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The Michigan Daily, 1914-11-15

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rfect flit at every point if your,
es are made here. That we guar-
No matter what your build or
.cal peculiarities may be, we can
ep you apparel that will fit you
ctly. See the man whose tailors
e and you'll see a perfectly well-,
,ed one.
G. H. WILD COMPANY
Lug Merchant Tailors State St.

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan- Cornell
"a4i sColor s..."
Be up to deati decorate with DENNISON'S New Crepe Ptaper.
Try this paper once and you' never will use
the cheap grade again.
'students Bookstore

DE'TROI'T UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Limited and Express C~ars for Detroit--7 :10
a. mn. and h ourly to 6 :io p. in., also 8:10t
p.11M.
Local Cars for Detroit-s :4o a. mn., 6:o6 a. In.,
and every two hours to 6 :o6 p. m.,, 7 :06 p.
mn., 8:o6 p. mn., 9:10 p. in., and 10:45 p. n.
To Ypsilanti ony, 11 :15 p. mn., 12:15 p. in.,
12:30 p. in., 1 :0o a. m.p
Limited Cars for Jackson-7 :46 a. rn. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. m.
Local Cars for Jackson-5:I2 a. mn., 6:5z a. In.,
and every two hours to 6 :51 p.' in,, also
9:20 p. Mn., I1:15 p. M.
We are better prepared
than ever before to meet your
wants for the Fall and Winter of
1914 - 15
SHROEN IBROS.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you fair

COPYRIGHT BY-
EA. V. :?RICE & CO.
The Little Schoolmaster says:
B5oost
the Mimes
Show'

THE MICH-IGAN DAILYJ
Official newspaper at . the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations:, Quarry's,' Univ. Pharmacy, C. 11.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Pone 960
Editorial Office cThone 2414
H. 'Beach Carpenter..... ..Managing ditor
W Sherwood Field.......Business Manage
Frred I'oulk..................... News Edtor
V. F. Mt'cI~insiey ........Associate Edtor
T1. Hawley Tapping.......... Associate ~di~or
F. M. Church:.............Sporting rfditor
Assistatts to Business Manager
John Leonard- Ray ~efler
Rudolph Homnan Arthur H. Torrey
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1914.
Night Editor--E. C. Rot.
THE BIGHTER SIDE.
One of the draw-backs of participat-
ing in first class conmpetition is that
occasionally there must be a slump.
When the 1913 season ended, and three
or four particular stars left college,
it was not a question of whether Penn
or Cornell could be beaten this year;
rather, it was aproblem as to whether
Michigan could boast any sort of a
team, following such a loss.'
The gloom thent was overwhelming.j
If, at that time, the rooters could have
been assur'ed that Penn was to be con-,
quered by a record score, that A A. C.
was to be denied a second victory, and
that Harvard was to be out-played.
they would have been almost content.
But, in the meantime, unexpected
things happened, and the enthusiasts
increased in numbers, untilY everyone
was hopeful to an extreme degree. An
inexperienced team was expected to do
the impossible.
The past season has been a big suc-
cess, compared with what it might eas-
ily have been, if the men had been
less willing, and the coach less eff-
cient. It has surpassed early expec-
tations. The prophetic supporter of
the Michigan team turns from the
1914 season, with memories of occas-
ional flashes of excellence in his mind.
He is more than hopeful for next year.
Now, if Pennsylvania beats Cornell,
the last-straw advocates swill posse~sa
some interesting figures.
As the third quarter progressed, the
kite bearing the Michigan colors as
lowered gradually.
It was fortunate that the larger
crowd of fair visitors saw last Sat-
urday's game.
Perhaps that Penn game dog was
a mascot, after all.
Training for the mid-semesters will
now commence.3

At I1.c,:30 .secondIu sermon by Mr. Lor-
lu.- on Thisiait How Far Was
x';l te L ner? At ,11:45 second
talk_.y'M.. :. C. Freeman on the
Commision orm of Government be-
foreSocil SeviceClass.
At 730 he oung People's Society
asaraed fe or an address on Con-
u ianis i. ry> M r. Chang Ping Wang.
Unitaria n Church
HeenEl,'15, who haIs charge of
the dances for the Kermiss, requests
that university women who wish to
take .part in the Spanish .dance, and
are of mediium height and-have dark
hair, meet her at 1:00 o'clock Mon-
tay, in )T~rbour gymnasium.
I[(0 ~iLE VAN <,PIW 1 'SI DENT TO
GIV11'Etti a¢lD LECTURE TONIHT
I(:r eszident Herbert Welch, of Ohio
'cseyan University, Delaware, Ohio,
wilt deliver the third Wesleyan Guild
lecture at the MIethodist church at
[7:30( o'clock to nigh t. lie will take for
his ubjct "he oul of the World."
P'res:idenr;,t Welch~t appeared ' on the
ailit1anJGuild series here eight .years
ago. le has 1;; de a special study of
the social uetion, taking a firm
stanrd as a lbrl in spite.of consid-
eraal opposition. Before taking up
hi;; w ork as president; of the universi-
ty he was well known as a minister,
his largest pastorate being in Brook-
lyn, N. Y.

State
Street

p University Bookstore

'Uutvrst M~usic. IOuse
MlSrs. 8M. M. lToot
Corner Maynard and William Streets

Pianos for Sale and Rent
'victor Victrlas and Records

Michigan University Song Book $1.00
Michigan's Favorite College Songs $2.00
Michigan Memory Book (Block M on cover) $1.00
Michigan Memory Book, larger size $1.50
Michigan Souvenir Book, new edition 50c
Michigan Calendar, 1915, better than ever 500
Michigan Book Racks, Seals, Banners, &a., &a.

WAHR'Street

%M
-,Ad *

EVERY MICHIGAN STUDENT and

ALUMNUS S H OUL ,D 'HAVE A
Woven 'In blue
S EE WINDOW AT
The Druggists on the corner. State and N. University

ing porch.
143-J.

-Large room with sleep-
:537 S. Division. Phone
42-44-48

It's going
if Kendrick

to be a dandy bill
and Haislip have

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S. MAIN

PHONE i4oo

COrLLAR
Cluett, Peabody,& Co., Inc. Makers

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anything to say about it and
there certainlIy enough good
talent here to make it an "All-
Star" attraction.
Better freshen up on your his-
toric ability and make your
presence known.
If yout are troubled with
"stage fright" boost the 'good
caahse by selling Kendrick that
you can sell a bunch of tickets
Eto. fellows who don't belong to
the Union. If you are, one of
the uadience take a tip fromFr dG os , 4 h A e an
Liberty St., and order your new
Autumn suit now so "that your
"best girl" will be proud of you
on the night of December 18th.r

MO)NDAY
$2.50 Pillow-$1,
GrahiamsBarber Shop, 121 W. Hur-
on St., oppIosite D. U. R. Only barber
shiop) in Ann Arbor under student man-
_get Your patronage will be ap-
preciated. Glenn Graham, '17 Dent.
eod Wed.
Florida E xursion
Decemuber 1st. Round trip $35.00. Join
the party for a trip. For further in-
formatfion call or write_ C. E. Pence,
700 South Ingalls St., Ann Arbor.
Phone 2472. 42,
ForMsia Instruments of 'Every
Description:, Victrolas, and Edison Di-
an OP.dI Di sc ',a-chines, go to S.CHAE-
I3}'RLL6,&,SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
Street. eod Wed.
Buy your coffee, tea and peanuts at
The Coffee R anch, 211 East Liberty.
Retail atz wholesale prices. Quality

Tailors to Mene
Our S~eciaI S3O.0O Suits.
Have
UA!lLITY THAT
UALIFY;S
E UIGKLY

I.

Henry & C.

71 1 N. University Ave.

andy Making is a Sciteneeu

Whole families -were
chrysanthemums.

out selling

Our expert understands it perfectly. He insists upon
the finest of materials, so we give them to him;" things
such as chocolates, sugar, fruit, nuts and flavors.

J

Cornell 'appreciated Michigan's hos-
pitality.
Hats off to O'Hearn.
Congressman to IDiscuss P-Iinnirailoi
Congressman S. W. Beakes, of the
second district of Michigan, will adl-
dress the third meeting of the social;
problems' class at the Congregational
church at noon today. His topic wil
be "Mlore Effective Distribution of Imn-
migrants."
$4"qar"nner-$
$4 "Square" Banner-$1.
State St., Opp. tinir Hall.

Bl"llu 8 T

unexceledl.

eod Wed.I

""THE POPULAR PLACE"

The Nettleton Bond St.

High Shoe Weather
Is Here
We have -all styles of
black and tan shoes

B E

$4 "Square" Tlanner-$2
$"Square" lanider-$1..
$t St., (pp, Univ.Hll
42 1inch IPennants
Asst. N e- or 75 cents.
2.5 0 IPilow-$L.

of all makes, Bought, BILLE. N 1AL CARI
E Sold1 and' Exchanged IfRE 0i~i TAGS~
at prices consistent, l
with quality.
Typewriting Supplies,Type- -/
wrtigand Mieographing
0. DiMORRILL-
,r Baltimnore Lunch)
228 s~ {s to St.Phone" 52"J,

in prices ranging from
$3.SPwo to $7.o

I

Wahr's Shoe StoresI
State and Main Sts.

"Cal.aTaxi"s

WAI KIP40 LOO
COi UP AND TRY:
George's Chop 'Suey
Delicious Chinese and American Dishes
3i1 S. State St. Phone 1244 L
THE STATE. SAYINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,000.00
Win. J. Booth; Pres.: Wmn. Arnold, Vice-Pres.
C. John Waltz, Cashier, R. A.Beal, Ass't Cash
Arcade Teatre
FRIDAYi, MZ0VEMjBER -13
The< Tr ey 0' Hearts. Episode 5. I
Roome.e
T!1e return of the Twin's Double. 3
part iDraa.
Sim p le Faith.
- _IONiDAY, NOVEMlBER 16
Adlventures in Diplomacy. Drama in
3Parts.
All at Sea. Comedy. Beautiful Cor-
sica. Scenic.

typewriters-in otne-it writes,
this without a dollar for
"special" attachments. The
one machine does it all.
W rite Direct
for our new Brochure, "BET.
TER SFR VICE," and a beau-
tiful Color - Photograph of the
Nety Royal MAloter-Model 10.
P O YAL TYPEWRITR CO. Inc.
DETROIT. Mich.
Royal Typewriters
SOL~D on easy monthly payments.
RENT$D' at very low rates,
SPEC1AI, RATES TO STUDE~NTS
AiSK FOR DEMONSTRATION
A. R. COHEN, Resident Salesman
1314 So. University Ave. Tel. 2292J

Phone 228Q~
Takabs, Limous s,
"Touring Cars and Auto
Baggage Trucks$

Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
515 E. Liberty

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