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E CRITICISM

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
- select from.
G. H. WILD COMPANY.
Leading Mercbant Tailors. State St.
Wek Only
NS, Sheehan's Leader
Now 75c

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morling except
Monday"during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Abor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $.0 by mail, $.o Want ad.
stations; Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, car. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 24
If. Beach Carpenter.......,Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........usiness Manager

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University women are cordially in-
vited to the Church of Christ, South
University avenue, the Ann Arbor cen-
ter of the Belgian relief movement, to-
morrow afternoon, when Bethany Cir-
cle will ,have charge of a social after-
noon, to sew on garments to be sent
to Belgium. Refreshments will be
served. and arrangements are being
made to have moving pictures of the
gathering taken.

Michigan

University Song Book - - -
Favoriete College Songs - - -
Memmory Book (Block 'M' on Cover)
Memonry Book 4 , large size -
Michigan Souvenir Book- New Ed. -
Michigan Calendar 191 5-best ever
Michigan Book Racks, Seals, Banners,

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$1.00
- $1.50
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etc. etc.

Fred P~oulk................... News
F. F. McKinney..........Associate
T. Hawley Tapping........Associate
F. M. Church..............Sporting

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than ever before to meet your
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1914 *- 15

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DRY GOODS, NOTIONS

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Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hof nan Arthur H.Torrey
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25, 1914.
Night Editor-James M. Barrett.
A LITERARY MAGAZINE.
In the varied history of Michigan
student publications, several attempts
have been made to establish a magazine
featuring matter of a literary type. The
last periodical of this kind, the Painted
Window, was discontinued for want of,
financial support, and it is presumed
that its predecessors passed ' into an
unkindly oblivion for pretty much the
same reason. It might appear that cold-
facts have demonstrated all too clear-
ly that the campus is not in need of a
publication of this kind.
It ought to be equally clear that a
great university, in which hundreds of
persons are avowedly interested in lit-
erary pursuits, should support a liter-
ary journal, and that the local history
of magazines of this class is to be re-
gretted. Other universities are sue-
cessful in maintaining publications of
this character. Michigan might well
make way along the same line. It is to
be hoped that the next person or board
to promulgate such a venture will not
suffer so keenly from the results of
destructive .indifference.
Among the criticisms of President'
Lowell's theory regarding a two-year,
college course, might be mentioned the
fact that football can scarcely be mas-
tered 'within such a short time.
Calculations concerning last illness
for the gratification of the attendance
committee is a common pastime these,
days.
If variety of weather is the spice of
life, Ann Arbor residents have no oc-
casion to complain of a dull existence.
Propriety almost demands the res-
toration of the Turkey Trot at the Un-
ion, for tomorrow afternoon's dance. ;
By this time she's probably embroid-
ering red geraniums on the silk cravatj
we are to get for Christmas.
Next year's enrollment will tell how-
the 2,000 boys liked the university.

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Tau Beta Pi initiation and banquet
will be held on Friday December 4, in-
stead of Wednesday, December 2.
Junior lits will hold their class meet-
ing next Monday at 4:00 o'clock, in-
stead of today.
Open house will be observed at the
Baptist Guild house tomorrow night,
from 7:30 to 10:00 o'clock.
ORGANIZE NEW WOMEN'S CLUB
AMONG EDUCATIONAL STUDENTS
tomen of the educational depart-
ment organized and elected officers for
a new women's club to be known as
the "Girls Educational Club," at a
meeting held in Newberry hall Mon-
day night. The club was materially
aided in its organization and in its
plans for the year by Professor C. 0.
Davis, of the educational department,
who told of the experiences of similar
clubs in other universities.
Officers were elected as follows:
President, Josephine Sherzer, '15; vice
president, Mrs. Della McCurdy Thomp-
son, '15; secretary-treasurer, Mary M.
Purdy, '15.
Meetings of the club will be held at
7:00 o'clock every other Tuesday
night, and are to be of a social and ed-
ucational nature. All women of the
university are invited to attend the
meetings, as admission is not restrict-
ed ta the educational department.
CANADIAN CLUB HOLDS SMOKER
IN ROOMS OF COSMOPOLITANS
Thirty students from the Dominion
attended the smoker held by the Cana-
dian club in the Cosmopolitan club
rooms last evening. The invitation ex-
tended by the Cosmopolitan club to
have the Canadian organization join
them, was carefully considered, and
it was decidedthat as a body the Can-
adian club would remain distinct. As
individuals, however, any member may,
join the Cosmopolitan ranks,and it was
the desire of the meeting that such
would be the case.
Several new members were taken
into the organization last evening, and
the regular routine business was
transacted. Subscriptions were start-
ed for the relief of the Belgian suffer-
ers. Refreshments and smokes were
served.

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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 Song,
"Personality," a lively March Song.
"Here's to the Land We Love, Boys," a fine number.
COME IN AND HEAR THEM.

SHARP RAZORS
All Kinds of Safety Razor Blades
Sharpened
SEE DEMONSTRATOR IN WINDOW
. SEE flOW IT IS DONE
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The Druggfists on the corner. State and N. University

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by the boarding house menus.

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High Shoe Wcather
Is Here
We have all styles of
black and tan shoe,

.Cancel Soccer Game With Battle Creek
Owing to Battle Creek's inability to1
reach Ann Arbor early enough to have
the 'soccer game played tomorrow
morning, Intramural Director Rowe
has cancelled the affair. The cancella-
tion was made to allow some of Mich-
igan's players who live in Detroit and
vicinity to get home for Thanksgiving
dinner.

Alabama Alumni Hold Annual Banquet}
Michigan's Alabama alumni held
their second annual banquet at the
Newspaper club, Birmingham, Novem-
ber 14, the day of the Vanderbilt-Au-
burn game. Speakers were Iran Mc-
Gugin, 'OIL, coach of the Vanderbilt
team; McLane Tilton, '00, president of
the asscciation; A. H. Pettibone, '59;
Albert J. Farrah, '96L, dean of the law
department, University of Alabania,
and others. The association has a
membership of 60.

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THE LITTLE SCHOOLflASTEIR
SAYS:
1e Thankfqul
Tomorrow!"
My? Oh' My! If every stude in
this great University actually
realized how much he had to be
thankful for-he'd be grateful
every day of the year!
Where,.let me ask, is there a
finer student body? a more rep-
resentative faculty? a more hos-
pitable place than Ann Arbor?
You students of "Michigan"-
you who claim the Wolverine
State as your own-you who
come from other sister states
of the Union-and you who have
left foreign shores to finish your
learning in this Alma Mater-
let us all be thankful-because
we are!
'red W. Gross is with you--
and shakes the hand of every
mother's son in Ann Arbor.
Many happy returns!

Phone 2280

BALL, LACROSSE, BASEBALL
or any other athletic game?
There must be a reason for
this universal adoption by the
leading organizations connected
with sports, and there is a rea-
son-no one can make them as
good.
The, same argument applies
to all, things athletic.
Catalogue on request.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
254 Woodward Ave.
DETROIT, MICH.

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Carter's wonderful lion "Baby" is
one of the most ferocious and largest
in captivity.
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. tf
522 will bring a Holmas Taxi to
your door at any hour. tf
Carter's "The Lion's Bride" is the
most wonderful illusion ever produced.
University Aye. Pharmacy. Fountain
Pens and Student Supplies. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy, Drugs
and Toilet Articles.it
University Ave. Pharmacy. Eastman
Films all sizes. tf
Remember the special Thanksgiving
Matinee at the Majestic starts at 3:00
P. M. 49-50-51
S Reservn usnts n n +fthe one-

Trucks .4
E. Liberty

Taxicab Co.

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