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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

STUDENTS,
We are ready to show you the
best line of

Kodak Films

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Developed and printed over
night. Try all the o t h e r
places, and then come here
an d be satisfied. That is
what to t s of others have
done.

flen's Suits,
Overcoats,
.aimacaans,
Raincoats,
hats,
Ca s and
Furnishings
Shown in the City

CALKIN'S

PHARMACY

324 South state Stree

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JEWP

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on all Suits,
Overcoats, Pat-
rick Mackinaws,
Balmacaans and

off

Furnishings.

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WADHAMS & CO.
121-123 So. Ilain St.

The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 South-Main Street

Capital, $100,000,
Surplus and Profits . .

$75,000

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $io0,oo0
Resources $3,060,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
(ash'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
Braun, Asst. Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Savings Dept.
B uI s
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking'

College Men!;
My assortment includes
the latest novelties for the
college men. Workman-
ship and designing of the
highest quality, and at a
reasonable figure.
A Marquardt
Campus Tailor
New Ifocation
5I6 WILLIAM STREET
Dieterle Mdg.

The Re1Iable Laundry
Is responsible for your laundry linen.;
Does not tear your linen, but ,mends it.
Does not promise to sew on buttons, but does it.
The RELIABLE LAUNDRY wants your trial to show that it is Reliable.
We are anxious to serve you. Prompt service.

Phone 794

215 S. Fourth Ave.

AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
The purpose of this letter will be
a tender protest against a lately de-
veloped campus situation, and an elab-
oration of a possible 'remedy, which
you have previously hinted at in your
editorial column. I refer to the late'
announcement of the Oratorical soci-
ety which, in denying the validity of
association course tickets for, admis-
sion to the La Follette lecture, virtu-
ally takes back a most emphatically
implied promise at the time of sale,
to the effect that such tickets would
be good for the La Follette attraction.
In other words, in principle, a gold
brick scheme as flagrant as the one
the M. A. A. used to work on fresh-
men has been pulled over.
Now another university activity has
chortled away until nearly dead. The
S. L. A. has died and the life of the
Oratorical association, though it has
of late received temporarily a new
vigor, and is being vainly nursed by
some seriously noble men on the
campus, is really in a delicate state.
The spirit of this university is simp-
ly at present not in active sympathy
with such affairs. Addresses by im-
portant men of the world, which in
many cases actually evaluate the ef-
fectiveness of a university, are prac-
tically unknown at Michigan. Yet put
this feature on a sound financial ba-
sis, and surround it with half the in-
surances of sucecss with which the ath-
letic association is provided, and Mich-
igan would immediately take her,
place in this..phase of university $tiv-
ity.
The blanket tax offers itself as a
helpingbhand in our trouble. As50-
'ent general student tax would pro-
vide funds for as attractive and seri-
ously effective a course of lecturesl
as is possible to secure. Incidentally
by providing the proper financial as-
sistance, it would put Michigan orato-
ry and debating on its feet. Petitions
are in order.
-SINGLE TAXER.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
My attention has been called, of late,
to the abuse and utter disregard of
Michigan's old custom, of wearing
toques as class insignia, so that I can
no longer refrain from making, at
least, a hearty protest, and, with it,
an offered suggestion.
Why is it, that, just because a mer-
ciant is so afraid of losing a few
pennies, he is allowed to sell class
toques promiscuously to any one that
may ask, regardless of whether he is
a student or not? How is it that the
bum, the street vender, the ash man,
the newsboy, the lad in high school,
the toddling infant, etc., without end,
are all equally able to procure insig-
nia, intended strictly for the student
body?
The toque is in reality a student
institution, and it must be both puz-
zling to the general public, to be-
hold the incongruity, of individuals
who occupy such widely different or-
dere in life, going about Ann Arbor
bedecked with the same label. For
example, a tal, scholarly looking
gentleman, whose arms are temporar-
ily serving as book racks for the con-
veyance of a large portion of the gen-
eral library, and a g r i z z l y
bearded ash collector, whose arms
are affectionately embracing the fat
sides of an ash barrel, each wear a
graduate toque.

Temple Theate
Mon., Nov. 23-The Paisioned Bit.
Tues., Nov. 24-Hearst Selig News.
Wed., Nov. 25-The Derelicts.
Thurs., Nov. 26-Perils of Pauline (13
Story).
Fri., Nov. 27-The Livid Flames.
Sat., Nov. 28-Seven Sealed Orders.
The Song of the Wildwood Flute (with
Mary Pickford).
Coming Next Week-"Gwendolyn."
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
A NN A RBO R
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65,000
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson, E. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.
Order HILL'S SWEET.
CIDER Phone 2140
hy not have it delivered xegularybor tri-
weekly? Many do. Always fresh. NVo pres-
v atives used. Visit the mill at the ore ard.
KENMORE BROOK ORCHARDS
Arcade Theatre
Thursday, November 26
THE FOLKS FROM WAY DOWN
EAST. A Special Thanksgiving Fea-
ture.
Friday-Saturday, November 27-28
Dramatization of JULES VERNE'S
great story, "Michael Strogoff." It is
a wonderful, gripping story, magnifi-
cently produced. If you have read the
book you will not miss it; if you have
not read the book do not fail to see
the picture.
Monday-Tuesday, November S0-Dec. 1
WHEN BROADWAY WAS A TRAIL.
Another splendid Shubert Feaure.
These are not all the profound spec-
tacles to be seen, by any means. The
innocent stranger must be confronted
with an awe inspiring puzzle, to fig-
ure out to what institution, social or-
der or general class, such a diversi-
fled and conglomerated mass of hu-
man beings can possibly belong, when
lie sees on every hand such amazing
phenomena.
If class toques have no meaning,
or do not signify anything, what is the
object of wearing them? Cannot
something be done? I believe that, if
the matter were put up squarely to
the merchants, by some representative
body, say the student council, they
would be glad to comply with the
wishes of the student body; namely
that the toques should not be sold to
any but college men. If they should
not be able to comply, then let the
toques be sold at the Michigan Union,
or some other campus organization,
and taken entirely out of the mer-
chant's control.
Certainly if this thing is allowed
to continue, the class toques will
cease to have any meaning whatever,
and the pleasant fellowship and class
spirit, for which they have stood for
so long, will be a thing of the past.
Let us maintain this unifying cus-
tom as a permanent Michigan institu-
tion.
EDWIN T. COOKE, '17.
Tournament Plans Near Completion
Plans will be perfected tomorrow
night at 7:30 o'clock for the annual
Union bridge tournament. The com-
mittee in charge follows: Eugene Mc-
Call, '16L, Renville Wheat, '14-'16L,
harry Hawley, '15, and J. B. Angell,
II, '16. :The tournament willbe play-
ed on Friday nights, and will be open
to all Union members. Entries may
be handed in when the committee
meets tomorrow night, or they may be
left at the desk in the Union.

For use with Gas.'

Toasters, Chafing Dishes, Coffee
Percolators, "and all accessories for
Table Cooking.
Gas does the work quicker and
better .than Electricity.
Concealed floor consection under
t he table making the_ outfit entirely,
portable.
We, Invite your attentio for
Christmas Gifts.

W

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WASIJTNRAW hAS COMPANY

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DAINES & NICKELS

The only Studio on the campus

334-336 5.State St.

Phone 310-J

Qulty Taor
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. Evening gowns a specialty.
Phone 1090-J
J. J. SCHANTZ
TallesS
340S. STATE ST. Over SohleUs Boo0k Store

TYPEWRITER
BARGAIN S
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. COHN, Resident Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. UniversityAvenue

Official Photographers For The MiCHIGANENSIAN.
CI h .
If you want to be fitted to the jauntiest sort of an overcoat
of the newest astrakhan cloth, a true Austrian proudction
with every little detail of fine tailoring carried out just as
it should be. come into my cloth shop,

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618 E LIBERTY STREET

-ranksgiving Special
Home Made Candies
AT

T"E CREST

302 So. Main St.

Editors of the Chararral, the Uni-
versity of California comic paper, and
the Pelican, the Stanford humor
sheet, have arranged to change staffs
for one issue to appear December 1.
-0-
Brickley, of Harvard, has been us-
ing his left foot for drop kicking since
his operation for apepndicitis. It is
said he has missed one out of 15 from-
the fifteen yard line, using his left
foot.
Stevens Institute has apologized
formally to New York University for
the action of its coach in returning to
the game, disguised in bandages, a
player who had been suspended for
slugging.
-o-
Four inches of snow at the Point
has driven the Army team from the
gridiron to the riding hall for practice.
-0_
George W. Cottingham, editor of the
University of Chicago, Daily Maroon,
will be asked to explaitn charges made
by him in a recent editorial, to the
effect that one of the professors
"cheated" his classes by giving high
marks for work not done.
---
Princeton undergraduates have ex-
pressed their disapproval of compul-
sory daily chapel by a recent refer-
endum. Of 960'votes, 199 men, most-
ly freshmen favored the'ontlnuance.
Supporters of compulsory Sunday
chapel outnumbered its critics by
six votes.,,
Vassar girls spend more than $17,-
0,'10 each year for dances. A commit-
tee is working on plans to divert the

money to more useful ends.
.-o-
Freshmen do not have to tip their
hats to upperclassmen at the Univer-
sity of Kansas, according to a new
ruling of the student council.
-0-
W. K. Vanderbilt has given $113,750
to Columbia University, for the pur-
chase of half a block of land, upon
which Columbia's new medical build-
ing will be situated.
-0-
We note that Kathleen Baldwin, '15,
is co-editor of the Mississippian.
-0-
Regents of the University of Wis-
consin have appropriated $500 to the
athletic association, to cover the loss
caused by the abolishment of the an-
nual circus.
-0-
The Vanderbilt football team is al-
lowed to be away from the campus
only four school days during the sea-
son.
-0-
Two blind boys are working their
way through the University of Texas.
-0-
It has been ruled. at the University
of Kansas that a _K" man can enter
but one event in the interclass meet.
-0-
In answer to a petition from alumni
of .the University of Chicago, the
board of trustees has changed the
name of "the athletic field of the Uni-
versity of Chicago" to Stagg Field, in
honor of the coach.
Open today from 8:30 to 4:30-Rent
a Kodak for 10 cents. Lyndon.
Be sure to attend the Thanksgiving
Matinee at the Majestic. 49-50-51
Carter's "The Lion's Bride" is the

FLASHLIGHTS
All Sizes a t Reasonable Price.a
AT
MANN'S DRUG STORftE

Phone 876

213 S. Main St.

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FOR RENT--A very desirable front
suite two squares from campus. New
double deck bed. Only two in fam-
ily and 4 students in house. Apply
1207 Willard. 50-1-2
LOST-Probably on campus Monday,
watch fob with initials E. A. H. in
gold. Finder please return to Mich-
igan Daily office for reward.
L L o leaf iate book. Owner's{
^n n f 1 .. 91'41)

NOTICE-An Illinois manufacturer
wishes to co-operate with a man, lady
or company to handle a staple article
and permanent position in Ann Arbor.
No soliciting and only spare time re-
quired. Remuneration about $10.00 a
week. An investment of $500.00 re-
quired which is entirely secured. A
personal interview will convince the
most skeptical person that this is the
safest and largest earning proposition
obtainable.. Address F. M. D., care
this paper. 49-50-51

LET A VICTROLA MAKE YUT HAPPY
These chilly fall evenings are nice to stay at home and hug the -
fire. With a Victrola playing you can invite your friends in and enter-
tain them royally. No need for an expensive entertainment.
The Victrola is always ready for an informal dance.
GRINNELL BROTHERS,
Phone 1707 120-122 E. Liberty St.
We have a stock of thirty-five Vietrolas to select from.

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