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COPYRIGHT BY
ED. V. PRICE & CO.
THE LITTLE SCHOOLMASTER
SAYS:
"Let's All
Boost the Band!"
There are just two things
aside from a Wolverine victory
that puts the PAPRIKA in a fel-
low.
The first is a good live band
like the one we now have and
the second is wearing Ed. V.
Price & Co. tailored-to-order
clothes.
The Wolverine organization'
has certainly been bringing-
down the applause wherever it
has appeared, and the spirit en-
gendered by these worthy "mu-
sicianers" is truly hard to re-
sist. It is a necessary adjunct
to Michigan University.
FredW. Gross of the "Clothes
Ca Us," 4th and Liberty St.,
suggests that you see his latest
arrivals in fashions and woolens
and leave your measure today.
You will be happy every minute
you wear your suit.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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.o; by mail, $2.o. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Off ce Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H1. Beach Carpenter ...... Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field......Business Manager
Fred Fouk.....................News Editor
F. V. McKinney..........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping.........Associate Editor
F. M. Church.............Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray., Leffler
Rudolph Hdfman Arthur H. Torrey
FRIDAY, NOEMBER 20, 1914.
Night Editor-C. A. Swainson.
THE MANAGERIAL TRY-OUT SYS-
TEM.
Some changes are abot to be made
in the system of conducting competi-
tions for the Varsity managerships.
Despite frequent and .varied altera-
tions, the last of which was made but
recently, the managerships have never
been allotted In a way that has .been
generally satisfactory. It seems to be
felt commonly that the men who se-
cure the positions owe their selection
to nothing except affability or persist-
ence.
It is difficult to tell how the present
plan can. he improved, as long as there
is little responsibiity or useful work
devolving on the candidates. Fofrea-
sons of efficiency, the business of the
athletic assc iaton Is cared fQr most-
ly by permanent, paid assistants. Any
interference,-with this "orderly arrange-
ment,'by the introduction of addition-
al student help, might be undesirable.
In organizations which are managed
and administered exclusively by stu-
dents, it is rather easy to give a try-
out a task, and to judge his ability
from his results. Here it is possible
to base appointments on merit, with
a minimum of prejudice or favor. The
athletic offices are of a different kind.
It will be sme time before they are
developed into more than honorary po-
sitions.
It was a balmy September day that
the election of 8:00 o'clocks was popu-
lar; and now the usual repentances
are made between shivers.
The nian with a dirty collar does not
feel so embarassed until he has to get
a reference book from the east -side
of the library.
Anticipating the metaphor deluge, It
might be said that Michigan will fish
deep next year with Cochran as a
weight for the line
One example of that intangible some-
thing Is the 15-cent fee for the delivery
of a midnight lunch.
Many a turkey has but four or five
days of a bitter cold winter yet to en-
dure.

"The Little Modiste," a musical
comedy, opened a three-day engage-
ment at the Majestic theater last night.
The work of Hal Johnson, a female
impersonator, was the feature of the
show.
Lloyd Douglass, of the University
of Illinois, will speak at the "Mobili-
zation" meeting in Newberry hall at
7:00 o'clock tonight..
Following this talk, a special meet-
ing will be held for university wom-
en interested in the various phases
of social service. Miss Beulah Bow-
en, of the Michigan State Normal Col-
lege, who has spent several years
in social service work in Buffalo, N.
Y., will speak.
Freshman women have been de-
clared ineligible for participation in
the Kermiss,by the committee, acting
on the suggestion of the advisory
board.
The "Dance of the Hours" for the
Kermiss will rehearse at 4:00 o'clock
this afternoon in Hill auditorium.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Women's League, at 4:00 o'clock to-
day, will be given over to discussion
of self-government. Miss Ruth Allen,
'15, of the University of Chicago,
president of t he Undergraduate
Council, the first woman to hold that
office, and Miss Agnes Hall, '14, of
the University of Wisconsin, now
general secretary f the Y. W. C. A.
there, will speak. The meeting will be
held in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium. Alice Wiard, '15, chairman of
the judiciary council, will be in charge.
CASTLE ROUSE CABARET ADDS
NUMBERS TO MELODY PROGRAM
Two numbers have been added to
the program which will be given at
the senior lit Castle House Cabaret at
the Union tomorrow afternoon. In
addition to the "Meister Singers"' of
Detroit, and the fancy dancing num-
ber, Charles Kendrick, '15, will play
cabaret selections on the 'mandolin,
and Chase Sikes, '16, will sing the
Michigan song which he introduced at
the Cornell mass meeting. These two
numbers added are to fill out the pro-
gram which will be given while re-
freshments are served. After the pro-
gram, the floor will be cleared for
daning.
Practically all of the tickets to the
affair have been sold to senior lits,
but it is likely a few .more will be ad-
mitted at the door Saturday after-
noon.
UNIVERSITY MEDICAL LIBRARY
CIRCULATES WIDELY IN STATE
Not only does the medical library of
the university enjoy a wide fame on
account of the professional value of
the collection, but it is also praised
for the extended use made of its lit-
erature. Books and periodicals are
forwarded to practitioners of reput-
able standing anywhere in the state
without charge, except the amount
due for transferring the reading ma-
terial from the university to the var-

I ious towns.

.Azchz1ga~~n
University Song Book - a - - $1.00
Favorlete College Songs - - - - $2.00
Menmnory Book (Block 'M' on Cover) - $1.00
Memornry Book " " large size a - $1.50
Michigan Souvenir Book' New Ed. - - .50
Michigan Calendar 1915-best ever - - .50
Michigan Book Racks, Seals, Banners, etc. dtc.
MAINSTE
Wahr's Book Stores STE
ttversIty usic ibouse
Corner Maynard and William Streets
we have all the vocal selections from this big Musical Comedy success by Victor
Herbert, now playing an indefinite engagement in New York.
"When You're Away," a beautiful Waltz Soung,
"Personality,'' a lively March Song.
"Here's to the Land We Love, Boys," a fine number.

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SHARPRAZORS
All Kinds of Safety Razor Blades
Sharpened,
SEE DEMONSTRATOR IN WINDOW
SEE NOW' IT IS DONE
uarry Drug. Co
The Druggists on the corner. State and N. University

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FOR A' SUGGESTION.
FROIN A MICHIGAN STUDENT
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It doesn't require a musical ear to
appreciate the 12 bells at the noon
hour.
Mr..Schermerhorn could have filled.
several Gargoyles during his short
stay.;
General Sherman might have had
something more to say on blue-books.

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Good morning, have you been mobil-
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TYPEWRITERS
of all makes, Bought,
Sold, and Exchanged
at prices consistelit
with quality.
Typewriting Supplies,Type-
writing and Mimeographing
0. D MORRILL
:, Baltimore Lunch)
220 -- -,fte St. Phone 582-J

lo'wera
ChoiceC ut Flower. Se
Fine lot of Palms and
Ferns for Decorating
CousinS (b. H ali
Cor. 12th St.and S. Univ. Ave.
Phen. "115

We have all styles of
black and tan shoes

in prices ranging from
.56 to $7.00

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State and Main Sts.

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Phone 2280

Taxicabs, Limousines,
Touring Cars and Auto
Baggage Trucks A

Arbor Taxicab Co.
515 E. Liberty

WAI KING LOO
COME UP AND TRY
George's Chop Suey
Delicious Chinese and American Dishes
341 S. State St. Phone 1244 L

Call 522 for Holmes Taxi, Limou-
sine or carriage. 522. tf-
522 w ll bring a Holmes Taxi, to
your door at any hour. tf

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