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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

if woul be a suit or
ikored in our inimitable
cloths not to be matched
vn. Stop in and order
:n you wear it the first
'on't have to wish your-
erry Christmas." You'll
hout wishing.

THE MICIGOAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Mfichigan. Published every morning except
Moenday during the university year.
E~ntered at the post-office at 'Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-.
by carrier, $.50; by mail, $2.5o. Want ad.
stations : Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office 'Phone 960
E~ditorial Office Phone 2414
H. -Beach Carpenter ........Managing Editor'
W: Sherwood Field....... Business Manager,
Fred Foulk.............. .News editor
F. F. McKinney......... ..Associate E;ditor!
T. Hawley Tapping ........ .Associate Editor
F. M. Church.............. Sporting: E;ditor
Night Editors
James: M. Barrett, Jr. E . Rodgers Sylvester
E. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton

G.. IWLTS CO.
Ierchaut Tailor.

State St.

Personal

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Cards

LJEAVE YOUR ORDER NOW
and get the Best Selection
r Line of Regular Christmas Cards is the largest In City
ileha'
St udents Bookstore

PROIT UNITED LINES
ANN~ ARBOR TIME TABLE
I and Express Cars for Detroit-7 :Io
and hourly to 6:ro p. in., also 8:zo
Cars for. Detroit-s :4o a. in., 6 :o6~ a. in.,
every two hours to 6:o6 p. t., 7:06 p.
3:6 p.. mn., 9 :xo p. mn., and 1o :45 P. n.
p. Mn.,x1:oo a. im.
i Cars for Jackson-7 :46 a. m,. and
rtwo hours to 7:46 p. mn.
'ars for Jackson- :z2a . in., 6:5j a. m.,
every two hours to 6:5r p. n., also
p. Mf., II :15; p. iM.

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This' is the Week

of the

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FIRE SALE,
Thousands of pieces of smoke-
damaged holiday goods are mark-
ed to be cleared in double quick
time.

Reporters
Chester H. Lang Edward P. Wright
Howard R. Marsh BPake'
Charles 'Weinberg J. C. B. Parlen
Edwin A.: Hyman E ugene L. k uson
Tomi C. Reid . ~Ths L. Greenebaumn
Assistants to Business Manager_
John, Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofmnan Arthur H. Torrey
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V.- Sellers Y. R; Altsheler
Delos Smith
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914.
Night Editor--Edwin A. Hyman.
LOOKING TOWARD SPRING.
Michigan' has. the natural. advantag-
es to enable it to support a crew, ac-
cording to men who have seen the
Henley course in England and the
waterways of various American col-1
leges. The Huron river, properly pre-
pared, would. be an _almost ideal prac-
tice. place for -eights and fours, while,
with little more preparation, it would
be suitable for interclass. and inter-;
collegiate racing.
It is ,a question, of course, whether
there is a general desire for a crew at
Michigan. Possibly the situation is
not understood clearly enough now to
awaken enthusiasm in. those Who have
always been under the impression that
the Huron was an insignificant little
stream, which could never hope to riv-
Sal the courses of -other institutions.
If this is. the case, the mission of the
Boat club would- seem to 'be that of
enlightening the campus mind, a-nd
stirring up sentiment by, means of a
campaign. of information.
Before the Boat club can 'do any-
thing worth while, however, it must
increase in strength. its elf. The first
logical move tomard a crew appears
to lie in more wide-spread and cordial'
support of the only organization which.
is in a position to push the -matter.
ICamp has ,a close- second in Coach
Catlin, of Lawrence, who picks only
seven Lawrence men on his all-state
eleven.

11
"In the Vanguard," written by XM.
Katrina Trask in the cause of human-
ity, and presented under the personal?
direction of Jessie- Bonstelle, the well-
known stock actress, will be seen for
the first time in Detroit' at the Gar-
rick theater on next Monday evening.
It treats of the most hdeous survival
of barbarism with grace and gentle-
ness. It makes a contribution to eth-
ics without being sentimental,. by
transforming the heroic brute courage
of ,the past into the eiiobling moteal
cou rage- possible today.
Florence Scott,.'15, has been elected
p~resident of the Girls' Educationial
club, to fill the. vacancy occasioned by
the resignation of Josephin Sherzer,
'15. The next meeting of- the club
will be held Tuesday evening, January
12.
Wyvern will meet at Hillard house,
555 S. Division' street, at 7:30 o'clock
this evening. Members are asked to
bring sewing materials-

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Trmoiers Made to Your
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Set- also to your
M. An. s'bscrfptfon s~.
We Offoebeat Clubbing
Raetes on Vetadiewl

at $:o.oa; the same material
as suit or difrerent.

I MA!IaX BookStorsSTATE
St.rs 1

Ify fAr rweeks 'II Xmas
Leave your order N*W for
Prersona! Xmas Cards

F"LANDERS

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Furniture
Rugs
Draperies
Blankets
Women'sWear
Toys

e serve them quickly, our
ices are moderate and we
e liberal in quantity.
UTTL ES
ON STATE

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Collegiate alumnae of Ann Arbor}
have contributed $10 toward thie ex-
penses of the Vocational conference,
to be held for university- women on'
January 7, 3, and 9, 1915. Other gifts
from- the women's honorary societies,
individuals, and an appropriation froYm;
the Women's League, will be the meads
of financing: the conferenco.
Ruth Hutzel, '16, has charge of the
entertainment' of 'speakers and guests,
who will be lodged in the sorority and
other organized houses. Groups who
wish to entertain any particular speak-
ers, either, for the entire duration of~
the conference, or at meals, have been
asked to inform her at once.
More -, olkuteers among sophomore-
women are 'needed for the. circus to.
be given by that class in January.
Names should be handed in to "Irenle
-Litchmann, through the box placed for
that purpose in the- east corridor of the~
general. library.
University women, who do official
writing for the Women's League, are
asked to use 'the paper and, stamps
available at the president's desk' in
Barbour. gymnasium to which M2rs.
Blackburn has the key. They, should
sign up there for stamps used.'

2 09 E. LIBEIA~T-Y ST.
ACROSS FROM VARSITY -LAUNDRY!
IN OI.D HOME TEtLEPHONEl CO'S- BUILDING

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THR'S two places whair
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at pipe o' VELVET. ~-
flFor there's soli solace in that aged-in-the- [
IIwood mellowniess which changes. Kentucky's I
urley de Luxe into VELVET, The Smoothest L
U Smoking. Tobaccos 10lc tis and 5c metal-linedQ

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NOTICEi
TRY OUR DEPARTMEN
PAPER and ENVELOPES
LOOSE LEAF PAPER
41.1,SIZES
Fountain Pon Hospital

A new, campus pest has been discov'
ered in the person of the maan who bor-
rows a dollar to send it to' the Belgi-
ans..
About Friday, the, engineers and
dents will curse the day they chose
their respective professions.
The old clothes men say that somet
of the old clothes sent away were not
fit to sell, anyway.
It's well to consider- the infinite
number, of railway ties before: buying
that present.
Rhetorio instructors, may, have rea-
son to stand in fear of :the snow-in-
spired ones.
Kindly profs will, not returnt the
crushing. blue-books until after vaca-

The annual Y. W. C. A. Christmas
bazaar will bie continued throughout
the day in Newberry hall, due to the,
demand for Japanese goods.
lion.
Quite right: "Mr.' Man is watching
for the Kermess Girl."
The stage is all set for' a white
Christmas.

IF. SCHLEEDE"

--340 S., State St'w.

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We can offer, you the. finest and
best tailoring service to be had in
the state, with no exception.
Evening dress is our specialty.
mrt Burchfield,& Co.

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WRIGHT SAXOPHON~E PARTY
At the Michigan 'Union Friday,
Dec. 11, 9 to 2. For Paste-board'
call '236'or 374.

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Maybe= you can win a big- sack
flour at ithe "Country Storer' Night
the Majestic, Thursday, Deec;17thi

of
ate

[TTLR SCOU01MSThER
SAYS:
to le Mauhly

Bulletin !'r

PHONE 599

106 E .HURON ST.

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Complete Line ot

Next week the Michigan
Union issues its, first number
of the -Monthly Bulletin (per-
m-iission- received from B1. of-
R.)° and every Wolverine who.'
ever crossed. the- campus -will.
get a copy. It'll be full of
good thiligs and if you know:
something, (that 'no one else
knows) slip.- it on, to Eddiex
Haislip, '141.
If you~ haven't as. yet left
your measure with Fred W.
Gross, 4th & Liberty Sits., for
an Ed. V. Price &Co., tailor
d-toi-order st or overcoat,
don't tell the bunch,. but slip
over to the corner and tell
Fred you're ready !

PAR.TIULAR pLAUNDRY
]FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
C "T' ILAUNDRY
} ~TIIOS. ROWE, Prop.
4" OUktrwit t. Phone 4S7-AE
Graham's 'Barber Shop, 121 W. Hur-
on St., opposite D. U. R. Only barber
shop in' Ann Arbor- under student man-
agemenrt. Your patronage will be ap-
pred~ated: Glenn Graham, '17 Dent.
We have a- select stock of White-
Ivory. Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. State
strveet - ead, T
Best-shoe -shining. Halts of-all inds-
cleaned and block~ed. Next to- Wagner
&c Co. -eod
Call' 622 for Holmes Taxi, Limou-
sine or carriage. 622.'t!
-University- A~e. Pharmacy. Eastman
Ftian- all sizes. U
See the Harvard team at-signal prac-
tice In motion pictures at the Majestic
Vlon* Tues. Wed. Dec 14, 16,16. 62-67
See "Mfrhi1gan's Fam ous Band" 'and
the "'Roosters" arriving at the Copley
Plaza, in mtilon pictures at the Majes.
tfr -Morn., Tues. Wed., Dec. 14, 1;, 16.
62-67
See the -student's cheering section in
the "Block It at the Pennsylvania-
game in motioni picturesi at the Majes-
tic Mon., Tues., WYed., Dec. 14, 14, 16.
See I higan~s Band In "Block lM"
on Soldier's -field at the Majestic the.
atre lion., Tues., Wed., Dec. 14, 16, 10.
62--67
622 will bring a UQlm^s Taxi to
your door at any hour. -f

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ity TgeyShop
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