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THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY

TH~E MICIGAN DAILV f

Swell Christmias I
yourself would be a_
,rcoat tailored in our ini
oe from cloths not to be r
this town. Stop in an(
When y-ou wear it t
e you w-on't have to wi s
t"A Merry Christmas."
e it without wvishing.

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G. H. WILD CO.
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LEAVE YOURIDER NOW
and get the Bes~t Selection,
or Line of Regular Christmas Cards is the largest in (fly
St udents Bookstore

Official newspaper at the University of
Mlichiga n. Published everyl morning except
Moenday during ;the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960.
Edit'orial Office Phone 2414
H,. Beach Carpenter...... .Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........ Business Manager
Fred Foulk ............... .News Editor
F. F. Mcl ihney.......... Associate Editor
TF. Hawley 'rapping.......... Associate Editor
F. M. Church. .............. Sporting °Editor
. hNight Editors
vacns \M. Barrett, Jr. [;. Rodgers Sylvestoer
1 . C, Roth - Joseph J. Brotherton
Re porters
Chester T1. Lang Edw1ard P. Wright
hloward R. Marsh J. C. B. Parker
Charles \Vein7berg Lee E. Joslyn
Edwin A. liyman Eugene L. Bulson
'iom C. Reid L. Greenehaum
Irwin C. Johnson
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph iofivan. Arthur. H. Torrey
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Delo~s Smith
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, ;1914.:
Night Editor-James M. Barrett.
AN INCREASED VACATION.
P rac tifal considerations .probably
had most weight with the senate coun-
cil when it decided to begin the Christ-
mas recess on the Saturday noon be-
fore the holiday. taut, without regard
to what occaisionted the, change, the
studenit body is appreciative. .Jist how
much- interest,.«was- exhibited by the
ccamipus concerning the faculty's ac-
tioit, may be etim'Ulated by the fact that
the walls onl the 'phione In -the office of
IThe Daily numfberedt into the hundreds
Monday night,
Practically everyone connected. with
the university is convenienceld by the
increased vacation. Everyone is thankt-
ful, It is to .be hoped thait, in. the, fu-
ture, thle' yar's schedule will be so
v a ^ u oall w ;9czf t i t - l e b tw e en the 'dism issal of coilega
andl theda,-u of the eventful day. As
a result of the favorable step taken
this. year, the amount ofi Friday and
Saturday beltin&.might well be inii-
mnized, as will probably' be the cn .,,
1 next week,.

FROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
d and Express Cars for Detroit--7:10o
and hourly to 6:1o p. in., also 8:io
n.
Cars for Detroit-5:4o a. m., 6 :o6 a. mn,-
every twio hours to 6 :o6 p. n, 7;o6 p.r
S8:o6 p. mn., : io p. mn., and -p.:. . i
Ypsilanti onlyv11:15 p. in., 12 :1 p. i.,
o p. mn., i :oo a. im.
id Cars for Jackson-? :46 a. m.. and.
"y two hours to 7:46 p.,im.
Cars for Jackson-5:i2 a. mi-., 6:51 a. M.,
every two hours to 6:51 p. rin., also
p. mn., 11 :15 P.n .
___ TYPE WRITERS
Underwood and other,
r h ,~ v high-grade machines,'
Bought, Sold, Rented
adEchanged at prices
~W~ITNG & consistent with quality.
EWRTIN &MIMEOGRAPHING
T'YPEWRITING SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
(Over Baltimore Lunch)
iState St. Phone 682"J;
.d

We. are better prepared
thant ever before to meet your
wan-ts for the tall and Winter of
1}14 - T;
DRS' 4OODS, NOTIONS-
Ready, to wear.. Thie store that
alw ays treats you fair
14 S. M'AIN
PHONE iooos

I
Oliver Morosco has sent his New
York company on tour this season wit
Elsa Ryan in the leading role of "Peg
0' My Heart." The company is sched-
uled for matinee and night, December
19, at the Whitney theater. The cast
includes Thomas Holding, Alice But-
ler, Robert Forsythe, Vivian Gilbert,
Agnes Heron Miler, Sydney Mather,
h'erbert Ashton and Marie Merla, as
well as Miss Ryan. This is the com-
pany that is now playing at the Gar-
rick theater in Detrot.
''he lower women's section it
Deutscher Vrein meets at 7 :00 o'clock
tonight.
The weekly Y. W. C. A. vesper se-
vice will be observed at. Newberry
hall from 5:00 to 5:30 o'clock this af-
ternoon. Vera Burridge. '15,wi'I
speak.
Tickets for the junior women'sl
luncheon, to be hld in Barbour gym-
nasium at :12 :15 o'clock Saturday a-
tern oon, may be obtained from Isa-
belle Hicks, '16, cairman of the
luncheon committee, or from members
of the social committee. Dancing will
follow the luncheon, at 2:30 o'clock.
The Women's League 'has purchased
a seing machine, which has been-
,lacd in Barbour gymnasium for the
general use of university women. Ar-
rangements as to time should be made
in advance with Mrs. Blackburn,
The meeting of, Omega Phi, which
was to be held today, has been post-
poned until next 'Wednesday, at the
Gamma Phi Bieta house.
'All university women are invited toj
the annual Episcopal Girls' club sup-
r 'to be given at H-arris hall tomor-
row. Tickets cost 25 cents and may be
obtained from Edna Bromley, 16, Jane
Hicks, '15, ,Elizabeth Bostwik, '15, or
at Harris hall.
Il4ectrify Spur, Track to Storehouse
In compliance with the request of
the city of Ann Arbor, the spur track
running from the tracks of the Michi-
gan Central railroad to the university
storehouse has been electrified. The
track crosses several streets, and the
city officials refused to allow the use
of a steam locomotive.
The use of electricity also permits
more effective switching on the part
of the university; and simplifes the
switching to a great extent. The track
which runs along the side of the power
house is used fay bringing coal to that
building, and also for bringing sup-
plies to the university storehouse.
Senior To Give Tal&k On South Ara
W. S. James, '15, will give a talk on
South Africa, at a meeting of the Cos-

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";It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary."
just as in the Spanish-American War, "A Hot Time in the Old Tlown"
became the favorite song of the American soldiers, in the European war,
a popular ditty has become the favorite war song of the soldiers of the Allies.
FIT'S A LONG, LONG WAY' TO TIPPERARY" has sprurr&.into world-
wide popularity, It is whistled, sung and played everywhere.
We also have "Tipperary" on the Victor Record, both as a song and
a band number.
Come in and -hear it at
"~The Horae of Michigan Music"
Utversit' fU-Sic lbOuse

Only Four weeks 'tii Xmas
Leave your order NOW for
P''ersonal Xmas Cards
See, also to your
W. offer boat, ClubbingF
Ra.tes ors. Porlodlopa is
MAIN STT
Wahrs Book stores. R

Corner Maynard and William St*zeets

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Cutting Winds of.Winter needs a
Paper Vest
5oC
.The Druggists on the orner. State and N. University

cvpt Plover.s SA

:lt 't,iPeab : r&Cc ,,i r: .".n kes

lot of Palms and
s for Decorating

Just .tsor the novelty of. the thing.
why does not the police department
apprehend an occasional middle-of-the-
night visitor"
jNot every studen~t is poor but proud
who shaves before he goes to the bar-
ber'shop fpr his nvont ly hair" cut.
Harboring two presidential hope-
fuls w ithin two weeks, Frill auditorium
is stornlg up memories.

Rs$%6 81 9%I~l
12th Fat. and S. Univ. Ave.
1Pho Ie 113

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ED. Y. 1,11CC & CO.
THE L E ] TLE SCHOO7IL#A ST11
- SAYS:
"You Can Always Bank on
'Buzz' Caleti! "

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WIN
"'Time Poap"Iar Place"
TRADE-MARK CONTEST

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One weakling rises to inquire if a
larger gym will include more heat and t
more hot water,
It is so near now that even the more
duill among us may begin to figure the
mi nutes..
The humno r magazines will soon be
encouraging the yearling to write to

Temple Theatre
Mon., Dec. 7-On the Isle of Samne
(with Maria~n Nes-bit).
Tues., Dec. 8--The Plum Tree (with
Francis X. Bushman).
'Wedl., Dec. 9-Mlartin (Jhizzlelniit (with
Isabel Rea).
TPhurs., Dec. io-Perils of Pauline (j_5
story).
Fri., Dec. iu-Moving Picture Cow-boy
(with Tom Mix).
Beloved Adventurer (with Arthur
Johnson).
Sat., Dec. U2--The Devil's Signature
(with Richard Trovers-).
Mary Pickford in The Thiree Sisters.
CQM 1NG NEXT WEEK- Marguriter
Courtot in "The Barefoot Boy,"
Order HILL'IS SWEET
CIDER,. Phone 2140,,
why not have it delivered rerularly b1 or tri-
waeckly ? Many do. Always fresh. No preser-
vatives used. Visit the will at the orchard,.
KENMORE *ROOK ORCHARDS
Arcade Theatre
NNonday-Tuesday, December 4-$.
" LOLA" another Shubert feature with,
Clara Kimball Young in the difficult title
role.,
Wednesday-Thursday, December 9g-10.
To be announced.
Friday-Saturday, December 11-12,
ANDREW- MACK noted Irish Come-
dian and character actor in the comedy-,
drama "THE RAGGED EARL."

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S,et l e o m o d t

High Shoe Wleat hier
IsHre
Wehave all styles of
black anid tag s hoe

nta mop olitan club at 3:30 o'clock Sunday,
in1 the Cosmopolitan club rooms. Fol-
Not ver naionl poitiiancanlowing the talk, regular routine bus-
jtake refuge in Hamlet. ns will be transacted,
See In motion Pictures 1Michigan's
Percy [I. scarcely need complain GrandI Old ,s o, President Angell. also
about hard times. Vreslid ni Hutchins and the deans of
- each department At the : ajest a Mon.,
The half day doesn't bother the over- #'fTes., Wed., December 14, 15, 16.
worked lits. I 6"-7

and Lifer, Corbin and Am-
phy are not a bit behind. Our
'Track candidates should be
putting in appearance good
and strong-where are all
these clean-heeled chaps who
were so enthusiastic earlier
this Fall? Nothing like giving
Coach. Farrell the right -sort
of Support !

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in prices .ranging from
$3.5o to_$.o

Wahr's Shoe Stores
State and.Man Sts.

"Call a Taxi"

- If yotire a little short on
"1)ep" just see hred Gross, 4th
&Liberty Sts., for an Ed. V.
Price &. Co., tailoreddto-order
suit and Overcoat and leave
your nmeasure-Today !
Then yonu'll lead theta..all
from getaway,,Qver hurdles to.
the finish,
See the: student's cheering -section in
the "Bldock Vii" at tile Pennsylv'ania
gamne in motion pictures at the.laes.
tic lion., Tutes., Wed" 1Dec. 14, 159 16.'
62-67
See Michigan's Band in "Block W'l
on Solier's Field at the MTajestic The-
aitre Ion,, Tuies", Wed., Dec. 14, 15, 16.
62-67
There are three enfptyr places at the,
Linda Vista. 62

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WAN KING LOO'
comp- UP AND TRY
George's Chop Suey.
Delicious Chinese and American Dishes.
341 S. State St. Phone 1244 L
?Norinal Choir. Frederick Alexander,
Conductor.
Mixfed chorus of 200 voices in a pro-
gram of Christmas Music, aIla cap-
pella., Thursday, Dec. 10, at 8 p. m. in
Normal Hall, Ypsilanti. Traditional
carols, French and German; composed
by Praetorlus, Mozart, Cornelius~ Ce-
sar Franck, Grieg and Beethoven. Ad-
mission $1.00.
Entire prograix to be repeated in
Detroit at St. Paul's Cathedral, Sun-
day, Dec. 13, 7:30 p. in. Detroit pro-
duction is under the patronage of the

Taicabs, Limousines,
Touring Cars and Auto
Baggage Trucks at~)
515 E. Liberty

Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.

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