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DAILY

I DAILY.

CRITICISMI

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THIE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published evety morning except
Monday during the uniflblity lyear.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.

Unitarlai Church
At 10:=30--Third sermon about

Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.5o0; by mail, $2.59. Want ad.
stations:. Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office4;hone 960
IEditorial O0fice-Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter ....... Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field....... Business Manager
Fred Foulk.................. News Editor
F. F. McKinney........... Associate Editor
T. Hawey '('apping.........Associate Editor
F. M. Church.............. Sporting Editor
-Assistants- to Business 'Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torreyi
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1914.
Night Editor-J. S. Switzer.

Christianity, How About the Creeds?
At 11:45-The Social Service Class.
has the final talk on City Government
by Mr. C. C. Freeman.
At 7 :3o--The Young People's Society
has an address by Dr. S. M. Ha.rdiker
on the life of a Hindu Saint.

Michia
Univecrsity Song Book * - - $1.00
Favorict. College.Songs - .. -$3.00
Memmnory Book (Block IM' on Cover) $1.00
Memomiry Book is " large size - $1.30
Michigan Souvenir Book- Now Ed. - - .50
Michigan Calendar 191 5-best ever - .30
Michigan Book Racks, Seals, Banners, etc. ctc.

Unitarian Church I St.wuirs Book Stores Ss

Now 75c.,
:s.Bookstore

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THE LITTLE SCOOLM),
SAYS:

NEXT YEAR'S SCHEDULE.
Next year's schedule is now being
formulated. It is not going to be al-
together satisfactory to the man who
only sees those games which are play-
ed on Ferry field. The Pennsylvania
and Cornell con~tests will, of course,
take ,place at° Philadelphia and Ithaca
respectively,' and it .seems useless to
expect that In the case that "Harvard is
again scheduled, the game 'will beedi n Abr
Despite considerable grum-bling, on
both sides, the M. A. C. game proba-
bly will not bo discontinued, and if
held, it,'will attract more than usual
Attention on Ferry field. Then there
is a ,possibility of Notre Dame return-
ing to the Michigan schedule. If ar-
ranged, such a game would doubtless
be the big one o the home list. Mt.
Union and Case seemi to be fixtures,
and. the Syracuse gaine will not be
without interest.
The man whj- stays at home will
not lack excitement, although it is ad-
mittedly a -weak year as far <as Ann
Arbor games are concerned. It is more
reassuring to look at the possibili-
ties for the season two years ahead.
A misq-uotatioui-in- one easternr paper
enqui-res boldly, "What are Michigan
spirits?"
Permutations a-re useful in figuring
the exact number of mobilization
.meetings.
Opera glasses in a vaideville house
are one of life's littletribulations.
There's a smile on the face of the
man who has five classes on Thu-rs-
days.
Slippery sidewalks are -inciting the
customary -practice in expletives.
Classi committee members are busy
clipping these datys.
The attendance committee, at least,
can hold 'em.
Midsemesters aid nmidnight iopil.

"Here 's to Big
Bill Cochran!"
He's the Pride of Ann Arbor
and the Joy of Hotighton -he's
another Jimmy Raynsord-and
that's some tribute !
Every Wolverine is bubbling
over- with joy for the team's fu-
ture prospects-they're even big-
ger than Big Bill himself-(net
215 lbs.).

The Girls' Educational club will
hold a "get-acquainted" meeting in
Newberry hall at 7: 00 o'clock this ev-
ening, and will elect its officers then.
All, _university women. taking >work in
teeducatioa department are cordial-
ly invited.
tUniversity women. will gather for
the last meeting of the mobilization
campaign in -Hill auditorium- today atl
3:00 o'clock, in the- mass meeting for
3men and women at which Dr. Allaan
Stockdale -will speak.
DR. FLORER WILL INTERPRET
FOLK PLAY, D'ZWJ1EDERWTJRZ'N'
Byr special request, Dr. W: W. ,Flor-
er, of the German, department, will
give an interpretative talk on Von
Schmid's folk comedy, "D Zweider-
wiIrz'n," at 7:00 o'clock Tuesday even-
ing in Newvberry hall. "D'Zwieder-
wurz'n" will -be presented at the Whit-
ney theater, Monday, November 30, by
the Munich folk players, of the. theater.
am' Gaetnerplatz, Munich.
Professor Florer will explain the:
main idea of the comedy, trace ,the
plot of the Flay, describe the festival
upon which3 the plot is based, and em-1
pibasize the principal lines of the dif-
ferent roles.
"ALICE AT MICHIG~AN" WILL
BE- PRtESENTED BY MASQUES
Adele Crandall, '17, Plays Title Mole;
Numerous D~ancing Numbers
Will Be Given
"Alice at Michigan." an adaptation
of- scenes from "Alice in W'onderland,"
rendered by ,Louise Markley, '15, will,
be presented by Masques at the Ker-'
miss on December 12, in -additionv to
John Marsi-all's "Shades of Night,"- as,
already announced.
Adele Crandall, '17, will play the title:
role, and the other m~embers of thet
cast will be -annouuced -later. Local
hits on- student activities-will be 'the
feat-ure-of the skit.
The dancing nu-mb ors, under the
auspices of the Women's league, -and'
in charge of Helen Ely, °'16, will con-'
sist of a Spanish dance, the "Dance
of the Hours," the names of-those tak-
ing part- to- be -announced as: soon as
a final decision has been reached, and
a 'French- solo dance by- Miss rMarjorie
Adams.
The Girl' Glee club will sing a Span-
ish song, an Irish love -song, and an
adaptation -of the Blue Danube waltz.b
Clara Roc, '15, has been appointed
stage manager, and Lavinia MacB ride,
'17, head usher.

UWniverst Mlfusic, lbs
Corner Maynard and William Streets
WE have all the vocal scelections from this big Musical Comedy Success by Victor
Herbert, now playing an indefinite engagement in New York,
"'When. You're -Away" a b~eautiful Waltz -Song,
"PRersoaslity" a lively -March Song.
"Here's to the Land We Love, Boys," a fine number.

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Wherever you see an Ed. V. Price
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Ask Fred.Gross, 4th & Liberty Sts
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Prices easily within your allow-
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Inter-society Debates Will Come Soot
Alpha--Nu and Jeffersonian -debating
societies will meet toraorrow night, in
the preliminaries of :.he intercollegiate
debate. The question is, "Resolv'ed1
that the- M'onro~e Doctrine should be
abolished as a part of our-foreign-poli-
cy." On Wednesday night Webster and
Adelphi will debate the- same -quest-ion.
Jeffersonian society is represented
by: W. J. Goodwin, 'lFL, I. -L. Becker,
'16L, H. IK. Miller, '1-7L, and the Alpha
-Nu -team is-composedl of: Samuel--Wit-
ting, '15, L. D. " Benedict, '15, and J.
_Levin, '-15.

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TYPEWRITRS
of all makes, Bought,
Sold, and Exchanged
at prices consistent
with quailty.R

Garter the Magician -will- have -thae
biggest ~act ever at the MKajestic.

Flowers
Choice Cut iFlower. 3A.
Finue lot of Palms and'
Ferns for Decorating-
Cor. 12th st. sand S. Univ. Ave.
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' We have all styles of
black and tan shoes
in prices ranging from

Typewriting 'Supplles,T pe.
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$3.5o to_$74,00
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Your razor bftades made - better than
new-any time. See how, it to dame.
Quarry -Drug Co:
Carter's "The Lion's- Bride" iS the
most wonderful Musion ever produced.
University Ave. Pharmuacy. Fountain-
Pens and- Student -Supplies. tf

'For Musical Instruments of Every
Description, Victrolas, and Edison Di-
amond Disc Machines, go to SCHAE-,
'BERLE & SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
Street. eod Wed
PRICEFS WILL RAISE
Coupon books now on sale for both
ice and roller skating. 40 admissions
for $2.50 if purchased before Dec. 1st.
Office will be open from 7 to 11:30 A.
M.1 and from 12:30 to 5:00 P. M. Lock-
ers for the season as long as they last
for $1.00. Fred C. Weinberg, Prop.
725 South 5th Ave. 4$-7-5
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. tf

Taxi"

Phone 2280

Open. Sundays, 9 :30 to, 4:34..
don.
University Ave. Pharmacy,
and Toilet Articles.

Drugs
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Taxicabs, Llmousnes,
Touring Cars and Auto
Baggage Trucks .4

Unlversity Ave. Pharmacy. Eastman
Films all sizes. t

Arbor Taxicab. Co.
515 E. Liberty

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sharp edge. Quarry Drug Co.

10c rents a kodak. today, Lyndon.

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