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The Michigan Daily, 1914-12-09

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

En-Bloch $25 Suits and Overcoats
>r Men are the BEST Made-Ready
lothes in the World at that Price
-Plain statemient of a plain fact. Has been
so through three generations. Will stay so.
-Why best? Because they do not stop (as
does the usual $25 suit) at goad fabrics and
good style; they contain the best possible
workmanshq).
-Without that the best of fabrics won't stand,
the best of style wott stick.
-Fall and winter suits and topcoats are ready.
IDIFNSCHMITT, APFEL (& CO.

ASK ANY COLLEGE OR HIGH SCHOOL MAN
WHO MEASURES UP TO HIS IDEAL IN STYLES
THE ANSWER WILLL INVARIABLY BE
L AODLE'S ROCHESTER CLOTHES

Whether you want to dress smartly or
conservatively our L. ADLER'S CLOTHES
can take care of you in either cmse.
Wonderful showing in Suits, Balmacaans
and Overcoats. Prices $18, $20, and $25.

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Before Buying Your Fall Suit

See W. E. DIETERL1E at his Ann Arbor Store,
516 E.Williams St.,tthree doors below Maynard.
All foreign Woolens of the latest weaves and
designs. Come in and see for yourself.

SITY TAILOR

WM. E.DIETERLE

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Fresh Roasted
Peanuts
A FULL
POUNDl
214 S. Main St
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I don't have to prove
that I am the best and

Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
As a graduate of the university in
1106, now returned to take a supple-
mentary course, the 'writer has been
much interested in observing the
changes that have taken place in uni-
versity life and ideals since he was
last there eight years ago. That most
of these changes are for the better is
clearly apparent, notably so in the
case of the marking system, with its
incentive to more earnest work in the
class-room, and consequent elevation
of the scholastic course to its proper
position of paramount importance in
student life.
It is no case of the "good old tines"
with me. But there is one recent de-
velopment that I cannot see without
irritation, about equally mixed with
amusement. That is the recent move-
ment to "cleanse Michigan athletics"
of cigarettes, betting on games, post-
victory celebration, and, I suppose,
mackinaws, toques, chewing-candy
and other student foibles.
I don't believe in the old "sowing
wild oats" doctrine, or that drink and
license aid in the slightest in the de-
velopment of true manhood. It is ap-
parent to anyone who has observed
modern tendencies. that bad habits or
unclean life are a heavy handicap for
the sti ongest mai to carry. Booze
and the double standard of morals
are doomed in the-we hope not too
distant-future of civilized races.
Every effort should be made to pre-
sent high ideals of personal conduct'
and achievement, and it cannot be
gainsaid that the personal example of
our athletes; with their prominence in
campus .life, would be of great in-
fluence in promoting higher ideals in
private life.
But why go about it in the way sug-
gested? Why go back .to the "Rollo"
hooks and New England prurient pru-
der- ?yWhy try to impose by-rules and
regulations, faculty orders and student
organizations' standards of conduct
which are, after all, purely personal'
There is no organization connected
with the univerity, from the regents
to the S. C. A., which is sufficiently
godly to legislate morials for the 6,000
students of Michigan. Such measures
may make a few men, but they will
make many more hypocrites, and Heav-
en knows there are enough of those in
the world, without manufacturingj
them in the universities.
I may be wrong about this. But if

Christmas time is fast ap-
proaching, and nothing makes a
more suitable gift than an ar-
tistic portrait. -If you wish pic-
tures now is the time, for in
spite of increased facilities we
are very busy. flake dates for
sittings at earliest convenience
H.Ope's Studio
619 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1078a

PREKE TEES SWEETS ARE
the best because they are manufactured of the
best materials and under our supervision.
vTe give you 'quick service in our fountain drihs 'and
lunches.
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cigarette case
made I admit it.
Ask to see me
HAVE ONE

so, why not extend the movement to
its logical conclusion? Put the root-
ers in the cheering sections in bunches
of twenty, each group to be chaperoned
by some godly members of the S. C. A.
If there is any dearth of chaperones,
there are varions organizations who
will doubtless furnish volunteers. In-
stall clocks in all the fraternities and
rooming-houses, which each student
is required to "punch" before retiring.
Station godly youths with long, white
badges to "picket" Larry Damm's and
Joe Parker's, and labor with those
whose erring feet would bid them en-
ter.
"The intent is more gracious." Teach
by precept and example. But don't
harry, harass and restrict. One posi-
tive home-grown, efficient virtue is
worth a hundred negative, hothouse
godlinesses. One corrupt but effective
Mirabeau is worth many monasteries
of immaculate monks: Liberty is ab-
solutely vital to the growth of any en-
during virtue, even of those negative
ones which our local propagandists
seek.
EUGENE HOUSEMAN, '06.
SENIOR ENGINEERS WILL GIVE
CHRISTMAS SPOT-LIGT PARTY
Senior engineers will celebrate the
coming holiday season with a "Christ-
mas Spot-light Partr," to be held at,
the Michigan Union Thursday, Decem-
ber 17. Those in charge of the affair
promise an abundance of special fea-
tures and surprises, while the music
will be of the same caliber.
The party will last from 8:30 to
12:30 o'clock. Tickets are on sale at
75 cents each, and may be purchased
from the committee in charge or at the
Union desk.
See the Harvard team at signal prae-
tice in motion pictures at the Majestic
Mon. Tues. Wed. Dec. 14,15, l6. 62--67

IIPRE iARU $014RSUGGI$STliONS:

An .Electric Chafing Dish
Is the very.best thing for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebits and other combiuations.
Electric Toasters
Make the finest toast for tlie breakfast without any
fuss or trouble, and they are always ready.

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.
200-202 So., Main St.

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Why Not Make this Xmas
an ELECTRIC One ?

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Electric Flat Irons
Save time and steps in the kitchen.

Electric Heaters,
Take that chill off the rooti, and do it quickly.
use a cold room when it can be easily avoided ?

Why

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Eastern Michigan Edison Company
Corner E. William and S. Main Streets

Tailors to Men'
Our Specia S30.00 Suits

"tHE BRILLIANT SPOT."

Have
UALITY THAT
UALIFYS
UICKLY .

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Walrus, Seal, Morocco, Cowhide, Calf and Pig,

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Will there be e. VICTROLA
in youir home this Xrhas?7

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Select yours from the largest Victrola
city. Why not NOW ?
VICTROLAS $134200
Grinrnell Bro e.
120-122Liberty St.

stock in the

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Quarterback is real football for the home.
Quarterback gives you the strategy and science
of football.
You live the game.
Quarterback does more. It teaches the theory
and principles of football in the cleverest
and most fascinating manner ever devised.
SOLD BY
University of Michigan Union
ANN :ARBO.R, MCH.
Sn
The Majestic Theatre will show
F. L. HALL, 514 E. Willia
Mlouday, Tuesday, 'Wednesday, Phce 22
her~~~ 1,1,1,all Incidents 'that
happened on "THE-TRIPTO EAR- PRESSING G(sn CiAlea
VA RI." This is one o- the greatest
ruction pictur-s vi er nmde. 6'3-67 -NO LOSS BY FIRE

BLANKETS
FOR XMAS
Get Your Felt and Leather 'Goods NOW

Hand Bags, Bill Folds, Pocket
Books, Card, Cigar and
Cigarette Cases

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Classy, New Line

The Mayer-Schairer Co.

CHAS. D. WILEY, Lit. '17
336 So. State
(Over Cushing s. Successor to Harry Muller)

See the Mchig"n-Pen"sylvaui ame
play by play a t the )Iajestic Mon.,
Tues., Wed., Deceember 14, 15, 16& j
62-67
FOUND-Fountain pen in Tappan
Hall. Call "Rosey" 1399-R. 62

Binders

12 South Main Street

See "Michigan's Famous Band"
the "Roosters" arriving at the Cop
Piaza in motion pictures at the Ma
i e Mon., Tues., Wed., Dee. 14; 15,
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