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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Afichigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
business Office Phone' 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter......Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field......Business Manager
Fred. Foulk ................ .News Editor
F. F. McKinney........Associate Editor
TV. Hawley 'lapping.......Associate Editor
F. M. Church ...........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1914.
Night Editor-Charles Weinberg.
THE NEW CAPTAIN.
Even in these days of well-coached
football teams, the captain's position
is not altogether an honorary one.
Michigan has been fortunate in having
capable captains, and the past season
has been far from an exception. The
leader of the 1914 team set the exam-
ple of hard work for his team-mates,
contended quietly but persistently for
Michigan's rights while on the playing
field and took his plaudits modestly.
Now another captain has been chos-
en. He is destined to head a team
which will do startling things, and he
is going to be put to a onsiderable
test. His fellow-players are behind
him enthusiastically, and he has the
confidence of the campus, so there
seems to be no reason why the 1915
Wolverines should not go forward into
victory under efficient leadership:
Those inclined to pun say that Yale
Tollowers are looking for a great deal,
Of "punch" in the Yale bowl when
Harvard comes to contend for suprem-
If that pie-diet story is anywhere
near the truth, it is hard to predict.
what "Maully" will not do when he
eats at the training table.
On account of the presentation of
the Comedy club play Friday night,
Omega Phi, the honorary social ser-
vice society for women, has postponed
the one act comedy, which was to have,
been given at 4:00 o'clock Friday af-.
ternoon at the Women's League party.
The time of the performance will be
announced at a later date.
The women's lower section of Deut-
scher Verein meets at 7:00 o'clock
this evening, in the Verein room.
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Sophomore women, who have not
yet paid their Freshman Spread dues,
will have an opportunity to do so at'
the class dance at Barbour gymna-
sium Saturday afternoon.
OXFORD GRADUATE TO DELIVER
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE MONDAY
Secure Laurence Binyon to Speak in
Ann Arbor For Second Time
on Art of Asia
Mr. Laurence Binyon will deliver
an illustrated lecture on "The Art of
Asia," at 8:00 o'clock Monday, in
Alumni Memorial hall.
Mr. Binyon is a graduate of Oxford,
a Newdigate prize winner, assistant
keeper of the British Museum print
department, and art critic of the Sat-
urday Review. Among his writings
are, "Lyric Poems," "Odes," "Porphy-
rion," and the dramas "Paris and Oe-
none," and "Attila." Among Mr. Bin-
yon's later publications are, "Paint-
ing in the Far East: an introduction to
the history of pictorial art in Asia, es-
pecially China and Japan," "Japanese
Art," and "The Flight of the Dragon:
an essay on the theory and practice of
art in hina and Japan."
Mr. Binyon lectured here over a
year ago, and created such a favorable
impression, that, as soon as it was
learned that he was to be in this
country again, he was immediately
invited to give another lecture iii Ann
INCREASE BOTANICAL FACILITIES
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 50c
Miohigan Book Racks, Seals, Banners, &c., &a.
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'ROIT UNITED LINES,
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
J and Express Cars for Detroit-7:10
and hourly to 6:io p. in., also 8:to
Cars for Detroit-5:40 a. m., 6:o6 a. m.,
every two hours to 6:o6 p. in., 7:06 p.
:o6 p. mn., 9:1o p. in., andtio:4 p. m:
psilanti only, :,r45 p. i., 2:s p. M,
p. m., xi:oo a. m.
Cars for Jackson-7 :46 a. m. and
rtwo hours to 7:46 p. in.
ars for Jackson-5:12 a. m., 6:5i a. m.,"
every two hours to 6:51 p. M., also
p. ni., 11:15 p. in.
Pianos for Sale and Rent
Victor Victrolas and Records
are better prepared;
All Kinds of Safety RQaZor.Blades
SEE DEMONSTRATOR IN WINDOW
81 3 NOW IT IS DONE
Quarry rge Co
Thae Druggists o n the corner. State and N. University
s for the Fall
to meet your.
and Winter of
RY GOODS, NOTIONS
ady to wear.
The store that
ays treats you fair
124 S. MAIN
are an evening dress
The bosoms are
tucked, puffed, plea-
ted or "mushroom."
$2.00 and up
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc. Makers,
THE LITTLE SCHOOLMASTER
"CORNELIUS BAER and
You can talk about the wild
men of Borneo and the adventures
o6f Ulysees, but "Corny" Baer has
it over there all.
If yo ulon't believe itask some
of the fellows who heard him -at
the Cosmopolitan Club recently.
He threw such a scare into them
that they wore their hair pompa-
dour for several days before it
would:lie down naturally agAin.
There is 'only one thing that
would give the average Wolver-
ine a bigger scare and that is to
see the way a "cheap" tailored
suit falls to pieces after he has
had it a little while, Talk about
the Cannibals being very friendly
and agreeable, reminds one of how
agreeable the average "Stude"
feels towards the "cheap" tailor
that gets his money for unsatis-
Better see Fred Gross for an
Ed. V. Price & Co. tailored-to-or-
%der suit today and you'll always be
understand why a
An unfounded rumor says that the
Vhewing candy purveyors have been
lured to town by the dental clinic.
Those fair, framed faces on the
dresser have had their fall rearrange-
More than one occasional smoker
stocked up for the winter last night.
Cold weather is a great leveler in
the matter of complexions.
Doughnuts and cider take away part
of the bitterness.
The "I-wear-them-all-the-y e a r-
around pest" is abroad.
Even football men can blush.
WANTED-Senior student for solicit-
ing. Wages or commission. Call alt
Reliable Laundry, 215 S. 4th Ave.
WANTED-Experienced porter for
fraternity house. Good pay. Stead
work. References required. Phone
1328. Ask for steward. 44
LOST-On campus or on S. University
or Church Sts., a pair of eye glasses
in case. Return to 1205 Hill St. or
call 452. 44
Additional New Hothouses to Permit
By erecting four or five new green-
houses, the Botanical, department will
be enabled next year to give a much
larger display of flowers than were ex-
hibited this year in Memorial hall. The
department has secured 20 acres on
Packard street just outside the city
limits, where the greenhouses will be
constructed. Mr. Wiener, the head
gardener, who has had charge of
the display this year, is somewhat dis-
appointed with his exhibit due to the
limited ground which he has had for
use. With the new additions, he is
planning a much larger show of flow-
ers for next. year, and there will be
more than 100 new kinds of flowers
placed on display next fall,
Mr. Wiener is having the present
exhibit completely rearranged, with
a different assortment of colors in
the later varieties of chysanthemums.
He is planning to leave the different
groups of flowers which are being
changed entirely, in Memorial hall un-
til the end of the month, when they
will be dismantled.
Tailors to, Men
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candy Makig is a Science
Our expert understands it perfectly. He insists upon
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such as chocolates, sugar, fruit, nuts and flavors.
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High Shoe Weather
We have all styles of
black and tan shoes
Museum Receives Diseased Specimens
Specimens of diseased wood, mis-
tletoe and tree parasites have been
received by the forestry department
from E. L. Demmon, '14, and added
to the museum. Demmon is engaged
in forestry work in the west. The de-
partment also has received a collec-
tion of tree-destroying insects and
examples of their work.
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of all makes, Bought,
Sold, and Exchanged
at prices consistent,
Choice Cxst Flowers J.
Floe lot of Palms and
Ferns for Decorating
Cosiizs e "Hal
Cor. 2th St. ad S. Uaiv. Ave.
writing and Mimeographing
e Nettletotl Bond St.
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in prices ranging from
Wahr's Shoe Stores
State and Main Sts.
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"Call a Taxi"
Touring Cars and Auto
WAI KING LOO
COME tTVIAN~D TRY
George's Chop Suey
Delicious Chinese atd American Dishes
341 S. State St. Phone 1244 L
Beginning Wednesday November 1
all tr immed and iuntrimmeoi hats, Os-
trich plumes, and flowers at from 1-4
to 1-2 off at Granker's Hat'Shop, 6Q6
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
515 E. Liberty
East Liberty St,
Lots of fun at the ;ajestic Friday
Night. Chorus Girls Contest.