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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WILL GE T THE
PIANO FREE
IN AND TRY IT OUT
for Full Dress Shits is
[ine is better than ever.
good silk-lined Garment
at $40.00. The work-
unsurpassed by a n y
fit, we assure you, will

Now is the time for you to
learn how to take pictures
A GRN1RRAL KNOWL4DGE OF PHOTOGRAPHY is the one thing no college moan
or woman can afford to be without-Photography is being used in a thousand different
ways nowadays and you never know when it might be to your advantage to know how
to take pictures. Then there is the pleasure and satisfaction. The pictures of college
days will be cherished for many years to come.
Rent a good kodak for only 10c per day-or buy one at from $3.00 to $100.00

WHITNEY TH EATI
Friday, Nov. 13

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The Merry Musical Comedy Frolic
For the Love of Mike
By Bud Fisher, creator of "Mutt and Jeff."
04-Musical Comedy Stars, mostly Girls-40

Let me Help You Learn How

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anted

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ALCOLM
604 EAST LIBERTY

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For Twelve Years
e Sign of Satisfaction

ysithe New Styles First

LIBERTY ST.

NNIS AND GYMNASIUM SHOES

itro Thursday.
Nov. 12

ral of the Brilliant and Fascinating
Musical Comedy
F
emarkable Cast that ine-udes
Olga Von Halzfeldt

Brooks
n Briggs
Epailly

Clara Throop
Marie Cranier
Adele Boulis

COM1PANY
OF 60

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gommunt ton
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Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
What is the matter with our mas
meetings? Where is the enthusias
which characterized such meetings i
former years? It used to be that whe
a cheer was called for, the re
sponse came in a throat-tearing, mad
'r dened, exulting roar that fired ever
mind and sent blood racing in a frenz
of excitement. That was the spirit
that was the "pep." That is whata
mass meeting is for. To show eac
member of the team that every ma
wants him to win. That is the psy
chology of the thing.
And what do we find in place of this
An orderly gathering that marche:
calmly to its seats, listens to a fe
well chosen and dignified words, me
chanically barks out a few yells, an(
then as calmly meanders home t
peaceful sleep. That isn't what w<
want. We want to be savages an
cave men for a while. That's what w
used to find at old time mass meetings
and it is a shame that we can not kee
up the custom.
No man should judge harshly unless
he knows where to lay the blame. I
this case there are four things tha
have done much to kill the "pep."
First and foremost, there is the fus
ser. Fussers do not yell; they jus
bring the girls to witness the spectac-
le. They plant themselves in the mids
of the throng, separating enthusiast
and dampening ardor. Keep the fuss
ers away, or if not, set them where
they belong, in the middle of a crow
of girls. And, incidentally, with all
due respect for the gentler sex, give
fellows the preferred seats. One nev-
er thinks of putting girls in the cheer
ing section on Ferry field for the rea-
son that it demoralizes the yelling,
Then why give them such a position in
a mass meeting thatthey may work
havoc on the spirit there?
Second, too many come to the meet-
ings to be entertained. This isn't a
display to outsiders of Michigan spirit.
They can see all they want of that
down at the game. Yet hundreds come
merely to view this unusual and enor-
mous collection ct college 'students,
gathered together in one of the most
wonderful halls in the world. They sit
in admiring silence, when the seats
they occupy should be filled by the
hundreds of enthusiastic students,
standing outside the doors. Any stu-
dent who was unable to secure a tick-
et, and the number was surely great,
feels with double force the strength
of this argument. No wonder Haff had
a hard job getting up "pep"; no won-
der he complained of the lack of spirit
and the listless cheering.
Third, there is the present poor sys-
tem of giving out tickets. The only
result of this is to allow outsiders to
secure any number of pasteboards,
while the students suffer in conse-
quence.
1, myself, secured the next to the
last ticket at 12:45 o'clock Friday, and
the last one went as I was handing
over my coupon. Surely, hundreds
were disappointed Friday afternoon.
Do away with all this ticket nonsense.
Why not present coupons at the door,
then only students would be sure to
get in, and none would be disappoint-
ed. The dozens who have neither time
nor convenience to get around to the
Union, would be sure of admission, and
the rest of us would be spared the
nuisance of making an extra trip to;
the Union.. Moreover, there could not
possibly be any chance for favoritism

or irregularities, which I do not claim
exist, but which, are easily possible
under the present system.
The fourth "pep" killer is an out-;
growth of the ticket system. Whereas,
formerly, it was, come early and rush
for good seats, now, it is, take yourI
time and be assured of a highly satis-
factory position. The exhilaration of
rushing for places is nearly gone. That
was where the "pep" used to start.
From this state, it was the simplest
thing in the world for a speaker to
arouse great enthusiasm. But now
the crowd files in as to a theater. The
speaker says his piece, amuses for an
instant, and then retires to be replaced
by another actor. And when all is over,
the theater crowd files solemnly out.
The spirit is wrong, the atmosphere is
wrong, the system is wrong.
VICTOR H. SUGAR, '16.

ORPHEUM THEATRE
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Thur., Fri., Nov. 5-6-Subjects changed to
Hobart Bosworth in" "Burning Daylight" by
Jack London. j
Sat., Nov. 7--Big Comedy Sensation in 3
parts-"Bungling Bunk's Bunco."
War Notes by Pathe Weekly.
Mon., Tues., Nov. g-ro-Karl Kienlichner in
Schiller's Immortal Drama. "William Tell."
Wed., Nov. --Mrs. Fiske in "Tess of D'Ur-
bervilles." by Thomas Hardy.

BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
-where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "M" men are
taken care of. -.- Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, soc. Also for
your Dinner or after the-
thealre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to 8:30
and io to 12:30. Delightful
music ,- orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel-
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hour of the day or night at
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Nov. 9-10-11
Special Engagement of the $1000 Feature Act

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An Arny of Pretty Girl
A Host of Real. Comed! ians

Big
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ewitching
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Singing and Dancing Chorus of -35
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people in four years.
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clever Youngsters in 35 ale.-
2 utes of fast fun, and clever
singing, dancing and music.
Four (4) Matinees each week-Tuesday-Wednesday-Friday-Saturday. An entire Dew bill evtry Mor dayanfhlrsday.Only the first show
at night is reserved-Seats held until p:3o. Ladies' Souvenir Matinees Every Tuesday and Friday. School Childiens' Matinee every
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Alumnus Wins on Progressive Ticket
H. W. Bunston, '13L, of Hardin,
Mont., was elected prosecuting attor-
ney on the Progerssive ticket, in the
recent elections. He has been located
at Hardin since August 1, 1913.
Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sons
Music House. tf.
Block "M" Postal Cards of the Team

PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
CITY LAUNDRY
THOS. ROW[, Prop.'
406 Detroit St. Phone 457-M,
My pictures of the Football men are
the best--and only 10c.-Lyndon. tf
Now is the time to buy that "M"
Scrap Book and a few pictures of the
Greatest Football Team Michigan ev-'
er had;-Lyndon. tf

ArcadeTheaow
Tuesday, Nov. 10.
"MOTHER." Emma Dunn in her original part
as mother. A drama depicting all he p4-
tience, kindness and love that the word
"Mother" always implies. A William A.
Brady Production.
Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Nat of the Hills, Drama.
DoN's Chaperone, Comedy.
Strike at coal Dale, Drama.
When' Bess got in Wrong, Comedy.
Thursday, Nov. 12.
"VICTORY." Spectacular War Drama, made
with the aid and permission of the United
States Navy. Cast includes Rear Admiral
Badger. Secretary of the Navy, Daniels, and
Catpa n lrtson of the Utah.
My picture of the Block "M" is the
best I ever made and that's saying
something-Lyndony

at Lyndon's.

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with his Company of So
lusical Comedy Mixture,
Funnyland"
Joyous Comedy
[dies as well as grown-ups
UNN4Y PRICES:
76c
.00, $1.50

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THE bosoms always
remain flat and
creaseless. They can-
not bulge or break
andup
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Buy your Conklin Pen at
en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard
See our Student Lamps
Switzers, 310 State St.
In future all cars stop at
Drug Store.

Van Dor-
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at $2.45.
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K ORCHARDS

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Morse's and Gilbert's Chocolates
1111 S. University Ave.

Store

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votte,

and
etc.,

Pianos to rent. Good dependable in-
struments at lowest rates. Schaeberle
& Son's Music House, 110 So. Main
St. ti.

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