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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

D TUHE RITICISM

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of any woman is the clamming tailored
by us. And women certaily do know
styles and fabrics. Order your next
suit bere 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.

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G. H. WILD COMPANY.
Leading Merchant Tailors. State

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ationery Sale
ox PaperO-I Box Cards

Former price
5#c.

Now 35o'

hee han's
Students Bookstore

ROIT UNITED LINES
LNN ARBOR TIME TABLE
and Express Cars for Detroit-7 :xo
ind hourly to 6:1o p. in.. also 8:10
rs for Detroit-5:40 a. in., 6:06 a. in"
ery two hours to 6:o6 pni., 7 :o6 p.
X6 p. mn., : o p. in., and 10:45 p.n.
.silanti toly, a :r5 p. m., 12:15 p. m.,
p. Mn., 1 :oo a. In.
Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
two hours to 7:46 p. m.
rs for Jackson---5 :12 a. Mn., 6:51 a. in.,
:ery two hours to 6:5: p. m., also
. n., 11:15 p. M.
UNCHES
We serve them quickly, our,
>rices are moderate and we
are liberal in quantity. -+
UTTL ES
ON STATE

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Wne
Winter

Sale

fine
Under, Muslins
Brings to your notice
more than a thousand
fine, new snowy white.

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undergarments at
special prices which
are seen in this store
only t w i c e a year.
All qualities a, z d
varieties are included.

THE MIC-HGAN DAWLY
Official newaper at the University of
ichigan. Published every motning except
Monday during the niveity yea.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $.5o by mai, $.5r. Want ad.
stations: Qarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter.-...Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk.....................News Editor
F. P. McKinney...........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping........Associate Editor
F. M. Church.............Sporting Editor
Night Editors
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
E. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
Reporters
Chester H. Lang Edward P. Wright
Howard R. Marsh J..C. B. Parker
Charles Weinberg Lee E. Joslyn
C. A. Swainson Irwin C. Johnson
Edwin A. Hyman Eugene L. RBlson
Tom C. Reid L. Greenebaum
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
Business Staff
Ferris Pitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altheler
Delos Smith
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914.
Night Editor-Thomas C. Reid
A SEASON OF WELCOMES.
Ann Arbor is in the welcoming bus-
"ess these days. After extending wel-
comes to alumni and distinguished out-
siders all through the period of mass
meetings, football games and fall lec-
tures, today it receives its most emi-
nent visitor of the year. Mr. Bryan
may be sure that the university body
is glad to see and hear him. He is
welcome.
Besides William Jennings Bryan, and
perhaps largely because of him, there
are 2,000 boys in town, and to each of
them, Ann Arbor gives its sincere hos-
pitality. It is probably a big event in
their lives to see a university in full
operation for the first time; it is cer-
tainly a breezy relief in the lives of
some in that same university; to see the
streets filled with wondering, unso-
phisticated young faces. There is ap-
preciation on both sides.
Ann Arbor is glad to be in the wel-
coming business. It hopes that it will
never become inhospitable enough not
to glow a bit with enthusiasm when it
has the privilege of putting forth the
hand of cordiality.
Badges, buttons, pennants, arm-
bands and streamers, bearing the name
of nearly every Michigan town, are al-
most sufficient to convince the most
skeptical that the conference has be-
gun.,
New virtues appeared of a sudden in
the opinion of students in regard to
professors who were a trifle lenient in
the class-room yesterday.
-
It will be a gloomy home-corning for
many a student tomorrow, after a
couple days of uninterrupted blissful-
ness.
The box from home which arrives in
the addressee's absence gives perhaps
the most general satisfaction.
An optimist is he who assures you
that the subsequent hash and soup are
better than the original fowl.
Christmas is the only mirth-provok-
ing thing in sight for months to come.
One result of the warm spell is con-
demning mud on the hall carpet.

Now iay the parcel post men conva-
lesce.

It is imperative that chairmen of the
Freshman Spread committees report
at once to Virginia Morse, '17, general
chairman, on work completed Wand
plans made.
Upperclass women who are to escort
freshman women to the Spread on
December 5 in Barbour gym, will call
on them immediately, if they have not
done so already.
Partners for the dances will be
found in the groups, under the initials
of freshmen women, those of upper-
class women being designated in the
grouping.
DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE
TO ENTER EXHIBITION OF WORK
Michigan One of Ten Institutions to
Be Honored By Architects'
Association

M ichigakn,
University Song Book - $1.00
Favorlete 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 1915-best ever - - .50
Michigan Book Racks, Seals, Banners, etc. etc.
MAIN i' I TATE
Wr Bo tr E
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A Pair of $6.00
Trousers Made to your
Order Absolutely Free

FREE

(Second Floors

FREE

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Michigan has been selected as one
of ten institutions giving architectural
courses, to make an exhibition of work
done in the department, -at the annual
convention of the American Institute
of Architects, to be held in Washing-
ton, D. C., on December 2, 3, and 4.
The following universities and tech-
nical institutes will be' represented:
Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Pennsyl-
vania, California, Illinois, Washington
University of St. Louis. Massachu-
setts Institute of of Technology and
Carnegie Institute of Technology.
Each exhibitor will be assigned a
space of eight feet by 10 feet, and the
partment of architecture has prepared
three large stretchers, with which to
fill its space.
MIMES LABOR ON PRODUCTION
OF "SPOTLIGHT VAUDEVILLE"
Each member of the Mimes, the
Michigan Union operatic society, is
bending his efforts toward making the
"Spotlight Vaudeville," a high class
production. The show, whicli is to
be staged on Wednesday night, De-
cember 16, is the first of its kind ever
attempted by any campus organization.
The Mimes produce the opera each
year, and have in their membership
some of the best talent in the univer-
sity.
The committee is striving particular-
ly to present the attraction in a man-
ner approaching as near as possible
the professional stage. The six acts
will represent a wide variety of vau-
deville. The general chairman, L. K.
Friedman, '15, has been closely associ-
ated during the past two years with
the Comedy club plays and is well ac-
quainted with the requirements neces-
sary to make the production a suc-
cess.
Foresters Will Show Logging Pictures
"Modern Logging" is the subject of
three reels of moving pictures to be
shown to forestry students and the
general public at 7:30 o'clock, Thurs-
day, December 3, in the economics lec-
ture room, under the auspices of the
Forestry club.
The pictures, taken in the southern
pine forests and the Pacific coast for-
ests, show the Clyde logging machines
in action. No admission will be charg-
ed.
Postpone Tomorrow's Majestic Meeting
No "Y" Majestic meeting will be
given tomorrow evening, because of the
Boys' conference this week. All uni-
versity students are urged to hear the
address of Fred B. Smith, of New York,
on the conference program, in Hill au-
ditorium at 3:30 o'clock, tomorrow af-
ternoon. Tickets for this meeting may
be obtained at the "Y" office.

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With every Suit or overcoat af $2o.oo;
the same material as Suit or different.

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OME feller has said, "Success
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Every tin of VELVET, The Smoothest Smoking Tobacco,
is a combination of Kentucky's Burley de Luxe, more than
2 years'. careful curing, and the expert knowledge of the
world's lIargest tobacco manufacturmg concern. 100
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Evening dress is our specialty.
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And you'll have almo
much cause to feel so if;
wearing one of those s
new college styles now
featured by Fred W. Gros
Ave. and Liberty St.-exc
local dealer for Ed. V. P
Co., Chicago.
No use talking, fellows, t
a distinctiveness about
clothes that makes your f
ask you: "Who's Your Tai
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you can have your new V
suit or overcoat made e
as you want it. It'll flt
drape gracefully and mak
glad every day you're wear
See the new styles and
ens today and leave your
sure. You can afford the

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WOMEN WILL PLACE TICKETS
FOR KERMESS ON SALE TODAY
Combined Committees For Production
To Meet in Verein Rooms
This Afternoon
Tickets for the Kermess, to be pre-
sented by university women on De-
ceniber 12, in Hill auditorium, will be
placed on sale today at Wahr's book
store and at the office of Dean Myra B.
Jordan in Barbour gymnasium. They
may be had at 25 cents each. Minerva
Brown, '15, and Ruth Crandall, '14,
also have them for sale.
More participants are needed for the
"Dance -of the Hours," and all soph-
omores and upper class women desir-
ing to take part are asked to notify
Helen Ely, '15. The next rehearsal of
the dance will be held at 5:00 o'clock
Monday afternoon, in Hill auditorium.
Those who wish to try out should hand
in their names before that time.
The combined Kermess committees
and the advisory board will meet at
1:30 o'clock this afternoon in the
Deutscher Verein room.
Bridge Entries Must Be in By Friday
Entries for the Union bridge tour-
nament, which will start next Friday
night at 7:30 o'clock, may be left at
the desk in the clubhouse or mailed
tc the bridge tournament committee,
in care of the Michigan Union. No
entries will be received after Friday
noon, and they will be limited in num-
ber. A prize will be given to the pair
winning the tournament.
Union Employment Bureau Has Jobs
Several odd jobs and a few steady
jobs have been given out to students
during the last few days by the Mich-
igan Union employment bureau. Sev-
eral patrons responded to the notice in
Tuesday's Daily, and as a result "Dick('
Serijom, an Armenian student has se--
curedsteady work. One or two odd
jobs are now open at the bureau.
Carter the Magician will have you
guessing at the Majestic.

Got Tin-% to
We've got Time to Show you
our complete line of Toggery

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arsity Toggery Shop

1017 So University Ave.

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