of any woman is the clothing tailored
by us. And women certainly do know
styles and fabrics. Order your next
suit here and you'll have clothes that
only appear better the more they are
scrutinized. Remember we have the
* largest line of woolens in the city to
(1. H. WILD COMPANY.
g Merchant Tailors. State St.:
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
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $.~o. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o A
Editorial Office Phone 2414
1. Beach Carpenter.......Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field......Business Mamager
Fred Foulk................. News Editor
F. F. McKinney ........... Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping..........Associate Editor
F. M. Church................Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Homan ArthurR IITorrey'
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914.
Night Editor-H. R. Marsh.
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We serve them quickly, our
prices are moderate and we
are liberal in quantity. -
i few Trial Machines
er at greatly reduced
easiestof terms. Will
ve you try them.
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N, Resident Salesman
4 So. University Avenue
THE CHRISTMAS RECESS.
There seems to be a good deal of
grounds for the general complaint in
regard to holding classes Monday and
Tuesday of Christmas week. It is a
source of considerable gratification pre-
sumably to those in authority to be
able to say that Michigan students
come from every state. This fact
might well be remembered in formu-1
lating the year's calendar, and the
convenience of those who come from
great distances might be taken more
The. dismissal of college on Friday,
December 18th, would give the student
four more days at home, with the loss
of but two days of work. It is believed
that even those students who live in
nearby towns would prefer to have this
additional amount of vacation, wheth-
er or not at the expense of working
later in the Spring.
The problem probably faced the ad-
ministration when the 1914-'15 sched-
ule was arranged, and the necessity
for providing an arbitrary number of
work days must have occasioned the
step. There is no particular blame to
be placed anywhere. It is only a ques-
tion whether a rearrangement, even at
this late time, might result more sat-
isfactorily all around.
The degree of dinginess is the only
thing that distinguishes the toques of
matriculated students from those of
Ann Arbor's small boys.
Someone suggests that structural
engineers be handicapped in the Union
bridge tournament this year.
With the campus whistle institution-
alized, medics may begin to object to
a nine-hour day.
Foilowing the football smoker, the
corn-cob is having its annual vogue
One gladsome meeting will be that
with our old Cornell friend during va-
.Nearly any team can claim some
kind of a football championship.
May the parcel post man speed the
good work this week.
No, the naval tank will not be froz-
UR 4 _ iK;
Those who attended last night's per-
formance at the Majestic, witnessed a
show well up to the standard set by
that playhouse. Two zylophonists, a
mixed team, a melodramatic "rube"
sketch, a mainle trio, and the six diving
models, contributed to a program
which met with fairly regular approv-
Every member of any of the Y. W.
C. A. committees is asked to meet Hul-
dah Bancroft, '15, in Newberry hall at
4:10 o'clock this afternoon, Univer-
sity women, wishing to work on. any
such committees, are also urged to
* * .*
Sophomore women interested in the
Women's League circus, to be held un-
der their auspices early in January,
will meet in room . 101, economics
building, at 4:00 o'clock this after-
noon to make preliminaly arrange-
* * *
Mortar Board meets at 7:30 o'clock
tonight at the Sorosis house. Mem-
bers are asked to bring sewing materi-
* * * .
The "Dance of the Hours" will re-
hearse at 4:00 o'clock today in Hill
SOPII ENGINERS TO FEATURE
"PEP" AT TONIGHT'S SMOKER
Program of Five Numbers Includes
Talks by Prof. Allen
and See. Bird
"Pep" will feature the soph engi-
neer smoker, which will be held at the
'Union at 7:15 o'clock tonight. A pro-
gram of five numbers has been ar-
ranged. Prof. John R. Allen, of the
mechanical engineering departme'nt,
and Secretary James Bird, will give
On the musical program will be the
"Alley Rat" quartette, and L. J. Scan-
lon, '16L, at the piano. C. S. Lamb, '18,
will give a monologue.
Tickets to the affair can be purchas-
ed for 25 cents, from members of the
social committee, or at the door to-
NEW MEDIC SOCIETY FORMED;
NAMED AFTE, FAMOUS DOCTOR
"Galen," is the name of a newly-
organized senior and junior medic so-
ciety, whose purpose is to promote
the interest of these students in their
profession. The society is named after
an ancient celebrated physician.
Following is a list of the founders:
seniors, R. 'E. Amos, George Curry, A.
C. Furstenberg, Frank Hunter, Ivan
University Song Book - - - - . $1.00
Favoriete College Songs - - - - $2.00
Memmory Book (Block 'M' on Cover) - $1.00
Memomry Book " " large size - - $1.50
Michigan Souvenir Book- New Ed. - - .50
Michigan Calendar 1915S-best ever _ - .50
Michigan Book Racks, Seals, Banners, etc. etc.
4 oW hr S ookStoresSt
A Pair of $16.00
Trousers Made to your
Order Absolutely Free
209 E. LIBERTY ST.
ACROSS FROM VARSITY LAUNDRY
IN OLD HOME TELEPHONE CO'S BUILDING
With every Suit or overcoat at $20.00;
the same material as Suit or different.
tE ELVET gits a good
puffs in th' papers,"
fren' th' other day.
"True' sezI. "But the
best puffs VELVET
gets is the everyday
puffs out of the mil-
lon or more pipes of
them that use it."
Use is the final test. On that test VELVET grows
apace. Not phrases but facts are increasing the sales
daily. Your tin of VELVET comfort awaits you, for
10c, at the the nearest dealer's.
5 good acts and 2 reel
tures at the Majestic
matinee at 3:00 P. M.
of motion pic-
340 S. State St
en for a rink. Lillie, M. R. Lohman, and John Sher-
rick; juniors, E. V. Beardslee, A. C.
Will Arrange Inter-class Track Meets Christensen, S. W. Donaldson, William
Plans to inaugurate a series of in- Dugan, F. G. Galbraith, F. H. Harrison,j
ter-class track meets, with a scheme Harold Henderson, H. R. John, L. K.
of elimination similar to that now em- Meredith, Johi O'Leary, J. B. Seely,
ployed in class football and baseball A. C. Smith, and J. G. Wilmore.
games will be completed in the meet-
ing of the track managers, at the ath- Reserve your seats now for the spe-
letic association, at 5:00, o'clock this cial Thanksgiving Tratinee at the Ma-
afternoon. jestic. 49-50-51
ce to be ha
is our specialty.
hfield & Co.
106 lE. IIURQN ST.
BE SURE-BE SATISFIED
The man who gets
"stung" in buying
$30 clothes for $17
or thereabouts, usually has
himself to blame, especially
when it is possible for him
to secure, at a reasonable
price, our splendid
There Are None Setter
at any price, so what's the
use of taking chances on
"bargain stuff" when you
can just as well be abso-
lutely safe and satisfied?
Wagne- ,to Co.
THE LITTLE SCHOOLMASTER
If you missed the "movies" in
Hill Auditorium yesterday, you
not only overlooked a real treat
but failed in encouraging the
Varsity Band. Two more chan-
ces, however, so give them the
up and down.
Then tonight-stop at Fred}
W. Gross's, 4th and Liberty, and
see the big showing of Winter
Woolens. He has the most com-
plete showing of new designs in
Ann Arbor, and his famous Chi-
cago tailors have often been pro-
nounced "official clothes-make-
rs" for Michigan University men..
See both shows today-doesn't
cost a cent for either-and your
time will be well spent.
STOLEN-or taken by mistake from
the University Library, Saturday
night between 8:45 and 9:45 P. M.,
a blue chinchilla overcoat. Please
return to 425 S. Division and re-
ceive reward. 49
WANTED-Position as stenographer
for reliable young college student.
Can work three afternoons and Sat-
urday. Has had previous experience.
E. L. 931 S. State St. Phone 1621-W.
LOST-Seven dollars in currency lost
on the campus on South'State. Find-
er could relieve his conscience and
receive'reward by reporting to Pres-
ident's desk, Michigan Union. 49
LOST-Probably on campus Monday,
watch fob with initials E. A. H. in
gold. Finder please return to Mich-
igan' Daily office for reward.
LOST-Monday on campus, gold hunt-
ing case watch with name on inside
back cover and initial "G" on front
cover. Please return to 635 S. In-
LOST-Gold stick pin set with pearl
and amethyst, at Granger's Satur-
day night. Finder please return to
Michigan Daily office. Reward.
LOST-Ladies gold watch and fob
Monday eventing beween magazine
room, main library, and corner of
Hill and Church Sts., via. South
University and Church St. Return
to H. K., Michigan Daily office or
library desk. Reward.
LOST-$15.00 .on William St., in the
law building, or in basement of gym.
Reward if returned to 423 Hamilton
Place. Phone 2020-M.
Time to Show you
te line of Toggery