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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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r business. Our experience of twen-
exclusively made-to-order work, the
and the entire supervision in the cut-
y the man who measures you are the
base our established quality.

, Tailors,

311 S. State St.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entcred at the .ost-office. at Ann Arbor as
second-class .matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.5o; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H1.
Davis, cor. Packard and State. 'Phones 960
and 2414.
Ff. Beach Carpenter ........ Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field .... ,...Business Manager
IFred Foulk.................... News Editor
V. F. McKinney ......:. .. .. Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping..........Associate Editor
F. M. Church...............Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph 1iofman Arthur H. Torrey
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914.
Night Editor-W. A. P. John

Majestic Theater
"Safety First" lived down its name
and sparkled out more than occasion-
ally with bits of cleverness, at the Ma-
jestic last night. It is one of the two
or three best tabloid affairs offered in
local vaudeville during the last few
years.
Mabel Rogers, as "Billy," and Earle
Dewey, as "Bud Green," seem to de-
serve the capitalization of their names
on the program. "Safety First" re-
mains at the Majestic today and tomor-
row, matinee and night.

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U N I V ER S IT Y
OT BO K S
New and Second Hand
IC INSTRUMENTS
Save your money and buy
THE RICHTER BRAND
$7.50 with Leather .Case. Fountain Pens. .P.
Try Sheehan's Special Self-filling Pen $1.50

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Michigan's Best Book Store
New and Second Hand

For All Departments
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS
and (ENGINEERS SUPPLIES
LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS FOUNTAIN P tiETC
Staten
Street IME*LStreet
University Bookstore

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Students Bookstore .

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id 10:45 P. .
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We are better prepared
than ever before to meet your
wants for the Fall and Winter of
1914 - 15
SHROEN BROS.
DRY GOODS,'NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you fair
124 S. MA IN

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PHONE 1000

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AR ROW
SH IRTS
are in every style suitable
for city or country, frolic
or function. The colors
are fast, the styles smart
and right-the patterns
correct-insist on the
label.
$1.5o and up

IN 1934.
Twenty years from now, when we
take a chance hour off to banter rem-
iniscences with some old Michigan man,
the first few moments of conversation
are going to bring out at least one ref-
erence to the 1914 football season.
Right now we are not much impress-
ed. Perhaps we sit next to one of the
players in class, and all of us know,
unless we are freshmen, that the stars
are quite human. Everything is dis-
gustingly real.
But go forward mentally a couple of
decades. Pennsylvania, Cornell, Har-
vard, Vanderbilt, Yost, Hughitt, Rayns-
ford, Galt will form a joyful, jumbled
memory. A haze will rise over old
Ferry field, in the brains of the most
matter-of-fact, andeach one of the
names connected with 1914 football
will come up before us to be endeared
all over again. Then it will be "that
big year." We will be proud to recall
that we lived within cheering distance
of the first real Michigan team to play
Harvard.
Never was the campus more sym-
pathetically behind a Wolverine team.
Never did a hopelessly one-sided, early
season game create such unprovokedI
enthusiasm as did Wednesday's contest.!
Conservative sophomoreg yelled and
decrepit over-graduates had to smile
appreciatively.
We hope we are going to win. Some
of us are certain that the team is not
so amateurish as the head-lines would
indicate,and most of us have unquench-
able trust in Michigan fighting spirit
directed by Yost.
Bumping into the new iron-pipe goal
posts on Ferry field must give the ef-
fect of falling seven stories onto a
reinforced concrete pavement.
With the possibility of a new club-
house put forth into the future, a per-
manent sign on the front of the Union
would be convenient.
The passing of the old-fashioned
hamburger deserves a place with the!
exodus of freshman awesomeness.
Cheap rates will.tempt loyal Michi-
gan to Lansing, October 17.
And, after that, on to Harvard.
FOR SALE-Good set drafting instru-
ments Cheap. Phone 962-M. R. D.
Albertson, 127 N. State St. 3-4
ROOMS TO RENT-Proces reasonable.
1221 S. University. 3-4

* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN *
Civil service examination schedules
will be posted as they arrive in the
west, corridor of the library for the
benefit of women wishing to enter that
work. Further information concern-
ing this or any other vocational work
can be obtained from Judith Ginsburg,
'15.
The Women's League board will
hold its first meeting at 9:00 o'clock
tomorrow morning.
Mrs. Jordan holds her annual recep-
tion for freshmen women this after-
noon from 4:00 until 6:00 o'clock. It
will be followed by a buffet supper
given the freshmen by the junior ad-
visers.
The Annual Student Convocation
calls for academic customs represent-
ing all departments and colleges. We
carry caps, gowns, and hoods and all
official colors. Mack & Co. 2-4-6
FOR RENT-One pleasant room - for
girl on first floor. Enquire 1014 E.
Univ. Ave. tf
FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Now Ready, Including
ADLERS' &
KTJPPENHEIER'S
MODELS

REXALL
Ansao Films---
EDSILL'S

R exalt Quality
exall Service
iexall Prices
SiGNIFiES SATISI
Come in. let's get acquainted
REXALL DRUG
122 S. Main St.

THE HOME OF REXALL REMEDIES
The Live Wire Drug Store

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Prescriptions, Medical, and
LaboratorySu plies
Just now when you are getting started you
will need TOILET ARTICLES, SOAP, TOOTIj
BRUSHES and P 0 W D E R S, TOWELS.
SHAVING NEEDS of all kinds and not the
least at this time a STUDENT. CARD DIREC-
TORY for your own use at all hours.
The Druggists on the corner. Statesord N. Univ.

FAC-TION
---Cyko Paper
STORE

rk repre-
p in the
quipment
w0GUE

Good Clothes Store,
Main St.
Get the official Freshman
Wagner & Co. State Street.

U verstt fusc I
IMrs 1. 1. .1oot
Corner Maynard and William Streets
4
Pianos for Rent
Victor Victrolas and Records
College Music

tf.

& BROS.
d Ave.

Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc. Makers

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You will find
the largest and
most oomplete
line of

PACKARD ACADEMY
Dancing classes every Monday and
Thursday 7:00 p. m., beginning Oct-
5th and 8th. A very competent in-
structor from New Jersey will dem-
onstrate the new dances both in class
and private lessons. The academy
has been newly decorated and equip-
ped with electric fans. Phone 1850-M.
Do Not Break City Ordinances.
Don't run auto faster than 10 miles
an hour in business districts and 15
miles in other parts of city.
Don't play ball in the streets. All
sidewalks are in the streets.
Don't ride 'bicycle on sidewalks.
Don't post notices on poles, fences,
buildings or sidewalks.
Don't have a dog around without li-
cense. Bull dogs must be muzzled.
Don't peddle on streets or from
house to house without a license.
Don't break the ordinances of the
city and expect to get off without pay-
ing the penalty. 3-4

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Tailors to Men
Our Special $30.00 Suits
Have
UALITY THAT
UALIFYS
9UICKLY
Henry& Co
71-1 N. University Ave.

Footwear,
for ladies and
gentlemen at

Stores,

MAIN STREET
STATE STREE r

and let us show you the new Fall models

$2.25 buys a
outfit at Wahr's

complete
University

gymnasum
Book store..
eodW

NEW AND BECOMING
Styles in
FALL HATS
Now on Display
ALLEN'S
Good Clothes Store
Main St.

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Gym Outfits complete-at a bar-
gain-Wagner & Co. State Street. tf.

, a Taxi"
Phone 2880
Taxicabs, Limousines,
Touring Cars and Auto
Baggage Trucks , .
Arbor Taxicab Co.
.613 E. Liberty

Expert Pipe Repairing - R.
ride, 422 Detroit St.

Disde-
TF.

Laboratory Outfits-Wagner & Co.
State Street. tf.
FOR RENT-One Single room, mod-

ern. $1.75. 503 E. Ann St.

4

FOR RENT-Pleasant warm
room at 604 Madison St.

single
4-5-6

You will cone back if you buy some
of our Fresh Roasted Peanuts, Dean
& Co., Ltd,, 214 So. Main. 1-4
LOST-Athletic book on Ferry field
September 30. Liberal reward if re-
turned to Miss Phyllis W. Waters.
1017 E. Catherine tf
WANTED-Second hand Log Log slide
rule in good condition. Phone 1356-
M. t
LOST-A Parker Lucky Fountain Pen
without cap. Finder pleas', return
to 1114 White St. 740-J. Reward. 4
LOST-One athletic book. Reward.
Earl L. Wiener, 213 N. Division.
Phone 23-J. 4
FOR SALE-York professional 13 flat
cornet with quick change to A. Iligh
or low pitch slides. Inquire 432 S.
Division or phone 1741-W. 4
FOR SALE-Excelsion Twin Motor-
cycle. In fine condition-cheap-
-cash or time. Inquire at 1118 S. Uni-
versity, 4-5-
LOST. OR STOLEN--An iUnderwood
typewriter. Return to Michigan
Daily office and receive reward.
4-5-6
Best shoe shining. Hats of all kinds
cleaned and blocked. Next to Wagner
& Co. eod.

wmw ww k

dependable in-
es. Schaeberle
110 So. Main
tf.
Pens of all
nue Pharmacy.
tf

Drawing instruments and engineer's
supplies at Wahr's Book Store. eodW
Peanuts at 214 So. Main St. are
roasted fresh daily. 1-4
Dean's roasted peanuts are digest-,
able. 1-4
A great big bag of fine peanuts forj
10c at Deans. 1-4

FOR SALE-Barber shop. 207 Huron
Street. 2-5
FOR SALE-Indian twin cylinder mo-
torcycle, $100. Call 339-J.
FOR RENT-Rooms for girls. Two
single rooms and one suite. Good,
light, airy, well furnished, and con-
venient. Two doors from Campus.
Prices reasonable. 610 South In-
galls. Phone 936-J. 2-3-4-5
For Messenger call 795-J, Ann Arbor
Parcel & Messenger Service. Auto
and Bicycle Delivery, A.-F. Brown, '17e'
TE.

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