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The Michigan Daily, 1914-11-21

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

to Criticize

in the Suit we make for you. Neither
in the material, the'style or the tailor-
ing will be found the least excuse for
fault finding. Place your order today
for your new suit; overcoat, or bal-
macaan for Thanksgiving. We know
that the garment will give such all
'round satisfaction that we will be
your regular tailors thereafter.
G. H. WILD COMPANY
Leading Merchant Tailors State St.

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FOUNTAIN PENS, Sheehan's Leader

Former price
$1.00

Now 750

Students Bookstore

DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Limited and Express Cars for Detroit-7:ro
a. m. and hourly to 6:ro p, m., also 8:1o
Local Cars for Detroit-5:4o a. m., 6:o6 a. m.
and every two hours to 6:o6 p. In., 7:o6 p.
in., 8:o6 p. nm., 9:io p. mn., and 10:45 P. m.
To Ypsilanti only, 11:15 p. M., 12:15 p. M.,
12:30 p. Mn., x :oo a. M.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7 :46 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. in.
Local Cars forJackson- 5:iz a. m., 6:t a. m.,
and every two hours to "6 :5z p. in., also
9:20 p. M., 11:15 p. m.
Qality- Tailor
We make suits for both
LADIES and GENT'S
ALSO make over-garments in con-
nection with our dress-making
department. Come in and try
us. Fvening gowns a srecialty.
Phone io9o-J
J. J. SCHANTZ
TalLr
340 S.STATE ST. Qver Schleede's Book Store-
TYPEWRITER
BARGAINS
We have a few Trial Machines
which we offer at greatly reduced
prices on the easiest of terms. Will
be glad to have you try them.
We rent typewriters, too.
ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO. INC.
A. H. COHEN, Resident Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue

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E0. V.PRICE & CO, . .
THE LITTLE SCHOOIAIASTER
SAYS:
Star Gazer?"

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, $2.5; -by mail, $2.5. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
I. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk....................News Editor
F. F. MKinney............ Associate Editor
T . Hawley Tapping.........Associate Editor
F. M. Church................Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
UN o EL
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914.
Night Editor-Guy Wells.
TIMELY READING.
With war in Europe and financial
difficulties in this country, in addition
to the hundred or so other phenomena
taking place in this quickly-moving
decade, the person settled comfortably
in a university town seems to be miss-
ing a good deal of the potential
though indirect experience of the tim-
es. The man in the city feels the
vrfessrre of condtions on every side,
and this gives the stimulus which leads
him to discuss current issues with his
neighbors, and to absorb information
and deduce lessons which are going to
be of some effect in enlarging his
view. The university man is, for the
most part, unconcerned. Practical af-
fairs are a long ways off for him.
A large number of the present stu-
lent body is destined to be in a posi-
tion, not so far in the future, when a
knowledge of some of the matters now
being illustrated on the world's stage,
would be of value. If it were merely
a choice between securing college
training solely on the one hand, or
practical training solely on the other,
there would still exist, of course, over-
balancing reasons for choosing the
former.
But this is not the problem. The
college man can keep in touch with
the world, and learn by some of its ex-
perience, if he will. He can, for one
thing, read every week one of the sev-
en days' reviews printed in the mag-
azine; he can, if he has more spare
time, run through the newspapers;
he can, at least, pick up an occasional
current book of the serious kind, and
from his stand in the flies, gaze for a
moment on the work of his fellows
who are doing the actual performing.
The freshman who wore his toque
down Woodward avenue, Detroit, could
scarcely be accused of lack of class
loyalty.
The drop from training table to or-
dinary food is being softened for the
team by a series of acceptable ban-
quets.
Even a blind Justice might be tempt-
ed to use weights in balancing home
atfractions with the charms of cam-
pus life.
The Penn team is being shaken up
for the Cornell game, but this is not
its first shaking up of the season.
The absent-minded ones will wan-
der out towards deserted Ferry field
this afternoon.
Emma Goldman was not reported as
being on the list of mobilization
speakers.

The campus appreciates the 'losing"
loyalty of the Detroit alumni.

Campus cyclists are parties to a
thousand secrets.
These are hungry days for the squir-
rels.
Whiy not "Howdy, Froshness" too?
Miss Mary Corbett, of Chicago, na-
tional secretary of the central field of
the Y. W. C. A., is to be the speaker at
the women's mobilization meeting at
7:00 o'clock, tonight, at Newberry
hall.
The women's mobilization commit-
tee, of 90 members, will lunch as us-
ual at Newberry hall this noon, Grace
Fletcher, '16, rhairman,presiding. Rep-
resentative university women will give
two-minute talks.
* * *
The combined Kermiss committee
holds its regular weekly meeting at
1:30 o'clock this afternoon in the
Deutscher Verein room,
Nov. 19, 1914.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
With reference to your article on
the Tappan Mss. and the possibility of
a "Tappan Book," a statement of the
actual status of the matter may be
of interest to some.
The presentation of the Mss. to the
university library by Professor Brun-
now, Tappan's grandson, is due large-
ly to the efforts of Dr. Charles M. Per-
ry, formerly instrutor in philosophy
in the University of Michigan, and now
of Iowa City. Dr. Perry's doctorial
thesis was on Tappan's Position in
Philosophy and, in-order to write it,he
appealed to Dr. Brunnow for such re-
mains as were not already in the uni-
versity library. A number of Mss.
came to light which, in due course,
were given to the library for safe
keeping. In the four years which
have elapsed since Dr. Perry took his
degree, he has been steadily engaged
upon the elaboration of his thesis in-
to a complete monograph. Should the
Executive Board of the Graduate De-
partment decide to add a new series-
the biographical series-to the pres-
ent University of Michigan studies, I
have undertaken to collaborate with
Dr. Perry for the production of as
worthy a memorial as possible of the
great President.
R. M. WENLEY.
PRESIDENT OF SENIOR MEDICS
ANNOUNCES COMMITTEE LISTS
E. E. Koebbe, president of the sen-
ior medigs, appointed the following
committees at yesterday's class meet-
ing:
Honor: A. C. Firstenberg, R. W.
Kraft, G. Sutton, S. C. Ward, H. E. Mc-
Clenahan, and 0. C. Snyder; cap and
gown, R.W.Kraft, C. Frost, H.W.Emer-
son; social, M R.Lohman, N.AMyll, and
R. E, Amos; picture, 0. C. Snyder, R.
F. Schanz, S. C. Ward; senior recep-
tion, C. Goehring, Lucy Elliott, L. R.
Cramner; finance, A. C. Firstenberg,
F. Hunter, C. R. Keller; invitations,
W. I. Lillie, G. Curry, J. DePree; me-
morial, G. Sutton, Bertha G. Ellis, A.
B. Prangen; banquet, A. Welbourn, G.
Manting, F. C. Mayne; class day, J.

W. Sherrick, Rachel Darnall, 0. W.
Heidt; Michiganensian, C. S. Pascoe,
A. C. Smith, R. F Schanz.

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Not necessarily a star gazer
on the boulevard on moon light
nights, but one of the 200 "as-
trpnomy" studes who can tell
you (perhaps) whether the stars
predict a long and prosperous
future or whether "a dark-eyed
villain" who is hounding your
tracks and is likely to take off
your heroine. .,
At anp rate, you don't need a
telescope or a microscope to see
that clothes tailored-to-order by
Ed. V. Price & Co., make you
one of the "STARS" among the
well-dressed crowd.

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LUNCHES
We serve them quickly, our
prices are moderate and we
are liberal in quantity. -:-
TUT TL ES
ON STATE

Fred W. Gross, Corner of 4th
Ave. and Liberty St., announces
his candidacy -as official tailor
for the "astro" bunch and will
consider it a pleasure to attend
his style observatory and select
your new Autumn clothes.
Give them the once-over to-
day.

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Sam Burchfield & Co.

We can offer you the finest and
best tailoring service to be had in
the state, with no exception.
Evening dress is our specialty.

Sam Burchfield & Co.

PHiONE 599

106 E. HURON ST.

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