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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SS Suits
M'ake Them Right

A Free Trip to Harvard.in 1915
To the student holding cash register receipts totalling the largest
amount on the Saturday preceding the .Harvard Game next fall I will give
free transportation to Cambridge and return. To the next highest I will
give transportation one way.
Cash register receipts are given out with every purchase. Get them
any way you can-ask your friends to get them-save them-ask your
friends'to save them.
We're going to lick Harvard next fall-and here's a chance for you to
see the game. 16Y D0N

Annual

Hat Sale

ouches make the difference
en high class workmanship
he other sort. We take pride
sure that every suit that
ame as maker has a very
feature that marks the best

Every Hat Must Go Regardless of Price
Hats at less than cost to make them; every hat we have must
be sold to make room for our Spring hats, which we will
commence to make right after the holidays.

Hats at Your own Price

'oduct.
n with this artistic
hip we make a silk
ent with a h e a vy
Uacing atT.
iSUITS TO

quality of
$40W
R E N T

K. MALCOLM
T LIBERTY STREET, MALCOLM BLOCK

egress
wmmm

Twelve Years
gn of Satisfaction

the New Styles:First

TLIBERTY ST.
TENNIS AND GYMNASIUM SHOES

STUDEINT'S SON HIT BY AUTO;
DRIVER DOES NOT GIVE NAME
Harry Clark, nine year old son of
J. D. Clark, '15L, was run down by an
automobile on Huron street, just off
Main street, at 5:30 o'clock last
night. He sustained a bad wound over
his eye, on which it was necessary to
take three stitches. The student who
was driving the car, stopped and took
care of the child, but refused to give
his name. Harry is a newsboy, and
= sells his papers on the campus.
TAU BETA PI INITIATES NEW
ME_1BERS AT UNION BANQUET
Tau Beta Pi, senior engineering
honorary society, held its annual fall
initiation and banquet at 7:30 o'clock
last eight at the Union.
The following seniors were taken
into the society: Wyeth Allen, Ralph
B. Dibble, Carl H. Flink, Norman S.
Fioolb, Cla he R. Greene, Herman G.
I Mueller, ha f,. be h gi, Herschel C.
Smith, Peter Tazelaar, H lrji }.
Wheeler, and Edward R. Young.
JDIREC(TORS OV 6,111CLUR1.I .LN
YOUl INCREASE IN M311 l13JilJP
Plans to accomplish the enlarge
ment of the membership list of the
"M" club will be discussed at the ban-
quet of the board of directors of that
organization, at the Union tonight.
The dinner is held in an effort to fur-
ther the purpose of the club,-that of
"'promoting interest among the alumni
Sin uuivqrs ty athletics, and furthering
the welfare thereof."
Rabbi Lazaron to Talk Sunday Night
Rabbi Morris L. Lazaron, of Wheel-
ing, W, Va., will be the speaker at the
meeting of the Jewish Students' cony
I gregation in McMillan hall, at 6:45
o'clock tomorrow night,
Prof. Turner Will Lecture on "London"
Prof. Turner, of the English his-
tory department, will give an illus-
trated lecture on "Historic London,"
at 4:00 o'clock, December 9, in room
101, economics building.
Fresh Lits Favor J-Hop and Belgians
Fresh lits, at a meeting yesterday
afternoon, voted to support the J-Hop
petition, and decided to aid the Belgi-
an relief movement. The class also
decided to renew the "Miello Frosh"
tradition, which the class of '17 insti-
tuted last year. Plans for a dance,
which will probably be given after the
holidays, or on December 19, should
the university close the twenty-first,
were also formed.
LOST--Conklin fountain pen, on carn-
pus, on State or Liberty streets, in
Majestic or Orpheum theaters. Lost
either Thursday or Friday. Reward
if returned to J. T. S. Daily office.

O rpheum.Theatre
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Sat., Dec. -Return Date, By Request-
Chril Scott in, "The Day of Das."
Mary Pickford in "As It Is In Life," Re,
print Picture,
Mon., Tues., Dec .-8--Max Figman in
"What's His Name" by 'Geo, Barr Mc-
Coutcheon.
Wed., Dec, g-x Day Only-Octovia Hand-
worth in "The Path Forbidden" by Jas.
A. Herne.
BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
-where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and I'M" men are
taken care of. -. Go to The
Edelweiss for your Iunhpeo
whe in Petroit, 5p. Also for
y our 'unnr or r fter-te-
theatre Supper. And we mae
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to8:,
and 1 to 1230. Delightful
musio - QrChetral and voice.
Caisine unexcelled, and faer.
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits "M men at any
hour of the day or night at
-
44ACO 1 MAC, Manaqer
' mmunica c
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Single ideas are bobbing up on the
campus continually, but, because of
their separate unimportance, they tend j
to be ignored, and to be tossed up-
stream again. Here are a number of
such, all related to one idea viewed
from various angles:
The use of their automobiles should
be denied freshmen. i
The sabbatical leave system should
be extended.
Dutch treat should be universal, ev-
en with the women.
Individual class memorial bequests
should cover a period of 25-30 years, i
to go to the general fund, instead of1
uneconomically littering the campus.
Students eventually should govern
entirely all affairs, except matters thatt
are directly educational, and should
let their common spirit do all policing.t
Unmarried students should be de-
barred, unless studying for their first
degree.
One year of drill is advisable, and
cheap, gaudy suits should be furnished
by the government.

Some price,

Matinees GARRICK wed.;mat.
wed-sat. DERI 500 Seats $1
Nights and Saturday Matinee 2$e-$1.50
William Elliott Pres ents
e Hitty hac KayI
The Love Story With a Laugh in Every Line

F. L.HALL, 514 E.I
Phone 22W5

F S

PRESSING C*ods Caued Fo.
Rai~oods nd De liver e

ALL CAPS HALF-PRICE

NO LOSS UY FIRE

EBostonian Footwear
Sout State Street ROYAL TAILORED CLOTHES

as Presents

w 'line of Auto Blankets,
, Felt and Leather Pillows,
gs, Table Throws, etc.
with Mich. and Frater-

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Some ' off, and some r off

In: .

All women should be segregated in.
athletic affairs, until they, as a body,
fully appreciate the fact that penetrat-
ing pitch can make up for sheer force,
and until they alter their ideas of eti-
quette so as to permit using that,
knowledge.
Campus societies, purely social and
social-honor, should not be permitted.
(Note what Cornell had to do, when,
they became dangero ,)
All athletic ,ontestanta should be
numbkr,'
'The blanket tax for vital cultural, as
well as for athletle activities, is es-
sential.
The dormttories to be erected in
small sections, should be gradually ex-
tended so as to house everyone.
More technical open lectures, and
combined church talks by men that
are worth wbile should be arranged.
The Michigan Daily should maintain
its open, candid spirit, but isolate the
ads, so as to permit rapid reading,
when in a hurry.
"Please" signs should gradually
form instinctive habits of decency.
University goods should be handled
by a co-operative society, if mer-
chants don't wake up.
President Lowell's two-year degree,
with later a two-year post grad course,
is to be recommended.
Vacation should begin Saturday, and
be just long enough to thoroughly
change routine, without losig threads
of study.
The often latent, due to social limi-
tations, woman has .inherently vast
c pacity, much of which is in a realm
we cannot appreciate, because she has
not employed her vitality much along
the most efficient lines, as yet.
With the highest chivalry, we will
spend only' as much time holding a
door open for a woman, as for a man;
any forced sex distinction being an-
tagonistic to single standards.
Women should realize that the one
who dresses with simplicity, minus
any crude mannishness, holds our
deepest respect, true attraction rost-
ing solely on taste, miud and grace,
with a beauty of soul not bound by any

one creed.
Professional study will beebme 'spe-
cialized, but more wtdely broadening
subjects will be added. also.
Sufficient xemry and patience to
admit et the highest efficiency are
WVapPed Up in the studies of, any pro-
fessbm, without taking separate cours-
e', which have nothing but those qual-
ities,
Broad fraternalism, instead of local-
ization of fraternity spirit, should con-
tinue to prevail.
Character should be commensurable
with scholastic standing, in faculty ac-
tions.
The co-feeling with the townstol
should be welded.
Caste lines should be retaineQ only
where they rest on mind and spirit.
The same gauge measures business
and humanity, society and social unity,.
though the dominant idealist must ev-
er be conservative, preparing the.
ground before jamming in the seed.
We ought, somehow, to know the,
stores that sell suits having 15-20 per
cent wood fiber, and other jokes not
apparent to the average man.
The gradual, continual inception of
"the greatest good for the greatest
number," is more potent than spas-
modic sex leetures, etc.
The guidance of grammar and prep,
school fellows is more power-ful than:
that of more ossified minds.
Our ideals should assume a conorete.
state, with which we can clearly fom-
pare our decisions in the turmoil.
Dancing is a valuable factor, it not
too heathenish, and not so fluctuating
in style as to eliminate the real basis
of physical grace, the Union informals
being particularly vital, the J-Hop
hardly so.
Tobacco has a value with some, des-
pite the fact that it is injurious in pro-
portion to the amount, and that more
vital factor, can be substituted.
Coupons and all other money-saving
inducements for advertising are not
broadly economical. Classification is
the solution,
-SENIOR ENGINEER.

t a "Price
TS *

less than

in town" Toques, P
uits, Mackin aws in
Basked Ball Goods.

Muller
new

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WILEY

LIT. '17
to HARRY MULLER

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TO-DAY

We have a
complete line of

Fountain Pens
Stationery, Pound Paper

7:30

9:00

To-day for. the ast time
has. [. Dowser & Co., in "S IIIION"
A MODERN PLAYLET BY OLIVER WHITE

M Scrap Books, Pennants, Michigan Souvenirs, etc.
itudens'Supply Store
111S. Untversiiy Ave. Everything a Student Needs Phone 1160-R

NBC

Everything Guaranteed Best Grade

E MOORE
Different Juggler"

BELMONT & HARLE
"The Man, The Maid and The Piano"

HAWLEY & HAWLEY
"Up to Bate Skeaddles"

Pillows, $I to $1.75

Largest Square Banners $1.25to$2!50

nan Family
lonal Wire Performers,

Ladies Souvenir Matinee Friday

Large $1.50 Pennants 85c or 75c

'rices: 1000 Seats at 10c. Few Reserved at 15e.
"Entire Main Floor at 25c, Entire Balcony at 20c.

A few other Good Articles and
Pennants of Different Colleges
(Previously Opp. Univ. Hall)
Now at 312 State (Old Joe Ringer's Place)
Center State St. Bus. Section

AL. PEAVEY
Rpsentv. of Large Mfgr.

for,

y and date these big time vaudeville acts will appear at the Majestic.
"This is the life" a
.ie.y Ash & Shaw-Max Blini--"That's My Horse"

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