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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

be a suit or
our inimitable
to be matched
in and order
ar it the first
to wish your-
;tmas." You'll

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AS GIFTS

YOUR PRESENTS BEFORE LEAVING FOR ROME.

SONG BOOKS
COLLEGE SEALS
PILLOW COVERS
BANNERS

ATPINS

BRASS DESK SETS, $250 UP.
hARRISON FISHER GIRLS, $2.75.
THE MICHIGAN CALENDAR, 50c.

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY1
Official newspape' at the University of
'Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building, Sub-
by carrier, $2.5o; by mail, $2.5o. Want a.
stations: Quarry'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 Fouik..............News Editor
F. F. McKinney......... ..Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping........Associate Editor
F. M. Church............Sporting Editor
Night Editors
James M. Barrett, Jr. . Rodgers Sylvester
E. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
Reporters
Chester H. Lang Edward P. Wright
Howard R. Marsh 3 C. B. Parker
Charles Weinberg tee E. oalyn
Edwin A. H-yman Eugene L. Biulson
Torn C. Reid L. Greenebaum
Irwin C. Johnson
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leff ler
Rudolph Homan ArthurR H.Torrey
Business Staff
Ferri s Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. SellersDeoSmt Y. R. Altsheler
Detos Smith
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914.
Night Editor-Howard R. Marsh.
SANE DANCING.
Dancing as a craze seems to have
out-lived its popularity in Ann Arbor.
Those who attend parties nowadays do
so, apparently, because they really like
this form of sociability. What is more
important, they do not emphasize the
absurdities in dancing to anywhere
near that extent which called forth se-
rious objection several years ago.
Dancing has gone through a process
of rationalization, and locally it now
stands in something like its proper as-
pect.
In the meantime, the world goes on
whirling through new steps, and plac-
ing a ludicrous stress upon the types
of dancing. And in smaller colleges
and western colleges, there is still
more or less of a mad scramble to beat
one's neighbor to the acquisition of a
uniquely-named step, without much
regard to the grace of pleasure of the
performance. Evidently Ann Arbor
has had its fill of the naughtiness of
the dance; it is now enjoying the mod-
ern steps more for what they are, than
for their ill-scented history.

manipulation of the laws of bolts.
Rag picking is becoming a substan-
tial profession.
The Kermess girls must have had
cold feet.
But don't miss the Kermess miss,
mister.

At the Majestic.
Some good songs make the musical
comedy, "This is the Life," rank with
the average show which has -appeared
at the Majestic this year. Two songs
"We Take Our Hats Off to You, Mr.
Wilson" and "Dancing Mad" are the
features, and retrieve what would oth-
erwise be a mediocre play.
,.-'
The regular weekly party of the
Women's League in Barbour gymnasi
um at 4:00 o'clock this afternoon, will
take the form of a "The Dansant."
There will also be some exhibition
dancing.

Hurry up,

Christmas.

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Only Four weeks 'til Xmas
Leave your order NOW for
Personal Xmas Cards

T UNITED LINES
RBOR TIME TABLE

See also to your
M0.190AZin eaSr b scriptions
We effer boat -Clubbing
Restes. on Peftt died

MAIN Wahr's BookSores STATE

Express Cars
hourly to 6:ro

for Detroit-7:1o
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-5:4o a. in., 6:o6 a. m.,
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p. m., and to:45P . m.
SI:15 p. M., 12:15 p. M.,
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ckson-7:46 a. m. and
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1-5:12 a. m., 6 :5a. m.,
rs to 6:51 p. m., also
ini
TYPEWRITERS;
Underwood and other,
high-grade machines,
Bought, Sold, Rented
and Exchanged at prices
consistent with quality.l

ED. V. PRICE & Co. ,
THE LITTLE SCHOOLMASTER
SAYS:

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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 Town"
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.
"IT'S A LONG, LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY" has sprung 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 Home of Michigan Music"
MUntvevsiti.2!,fMusic lbpouse
Corner'Maynard and William Streets
Everyone who drives or spends time in the
Cutting Winds of Winter needs a
Paper. es
5oc,
Q Uar 'Drug Co.
The-Druggist s ow thee corner. iState and N. Unilversity

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Alice Evans, director of Barbour
gymnasium, calls attention to the fol-
lowing modifications and corrections
of the proposed athletic honor system,
as previously announced: 8 points for
a position on the championship team
in baseball, hockey, or cricket, instead
of 10; 3 points for a class champion-
ship in tennis, instead of 2; 4 for the
spring or fall runner-up, instead of 5;
4 for first place in archery contest, 3
for .second, no third place; 10 points,
instead of 2, for perfect record in gym-
nasium work, based on attendance,
work done, efficiency, effort, and im-
provement in posture; 5 points for the
first place in the indoor meet, 3 for
second; 4 points instead of 3, for
chairman of athletic board.
Thirty points will entitle the holder
to an award of some sort, sixty to a

Phone 682-J
Vero ..
and
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"'NO, I HAVEN'T FORGOT-
TEN THAT $3.45,' SAYS
CHARLEY WILEY!"
And can you blame him?
It's getting so nowadays that
unless you carry -around a
complete set of law books'
you'll "violate" some "ordi-
nance" and thereby permit
some satrap to land on your

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neck ! Don't
aloud, . fellows,

even think
or you'll be

committing 'lese majeste' and,

iARRICK .Wed Mat
DETROIT
aturday Matinee 25e-$1.50
WOROSCO Presents
'My Heart
AN, and New York Company
Phone 1242
E & HOWE
rs, Stationers,
6ngravers

don't ever, ever
tise pennants to
conference.

try to adver-
visitors at a

Tain't safe -- and besides,
it's expensive. Cheer up,
Charley, old horse. The bunch
knows you're all right, and,
you know, even "Maullie" has
his troubles!

One prof suggests that if cigarettes
were made one-eighth of an inch
shorter, more classes might be able to
begin on time.
Among those who will be sorry to
see the students go, the regrets of the
campus squirrels will perhaps be most
sincere.
One keen observer notices that por-
tions at Union membership dinners
vary inversely in size with the num-
ber present.
Why not a petition favoring the dis-
patch of all the blue-books to the far-
away, distressed Belgians?
The "I-saw-a-robin-yesterday" cho-
rus will soon be getting in its deadly
conversation.
Mid-semester E's are a long ways
from being synonomous with mental
ease.
Reading assignments in the weekly
war news would aid general Informa-
tion.
Calculus is useful, anyway, in the

higher one, and one hundred, it is hop-
ed, wiU secure a sweater with appro-
priate insignia.
The ticket sale for the junior wom-
en's luncheon in Barbour gymnasium
at 12:15 o'clock Saturday afternoon,,
will close at noon today. Tickets will
be on sale at 50 cents from 10:00
o'clock to 12:00 o'clock in the League
room in University hall.
Informal talks will be given at the
luncheon, on developments in the jun-
ior advisory and Junior Play commit-
tees, by Martha Gray, '16, and Beatrice
Lambrecht, '16, and on the Women's
League and Y. W. C. A. activities.
At 2:30 o'clock an informal dance
will take place, to which junior men as
well as women have been invited.
* * *
An odd-even basketball game be-
tween the members of the senior and
sophomore, and junior 'and freshman
classes, respectively, will be played In
Barbour gymnasium at 4:50 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon. All university
women are invited.
If there is a Photographic Retouch-
er among the students, would like to
have him call at the Randall and Pack
Studio, Washington Street. 64

Y?' tex' books '11
be gettin' pretty
dusty five years from
now, but I'll bet you'll
still be smokin' 'yo'
class. pipe.
Seal the friendship of you and your pipe with the friend-
liness of VELVET, The Smoothest Smoking Tobacco.
It is Kentucky's Burley de Luxe with that aged-in-the-
wood mellowness. W0c tins and 5c metal-lined bags.

Fred W. Gross
4th &Liberty Ste.

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High Shoe Weather
Is Here.
We have all styles of
black and tan shoe

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In prices ranging from

$3.5o to $7.00

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We are better prepared
than ever before to meet your
wants for the Fall and Winter of
1914 - 15
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Ready to wear. - The store that
always treats you fair
124 S. MAIN
PHONE .ooo

ARROW
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are an evening dress
necessity.
The bosoms are
tucked, puffed, plea-
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$2.00 and up
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc. Makers

"Call a Taxi"

Phone 2280

Taxicabs, Limousines,
Touring Cars and Auto
Baggage Trucks - 4.
616 E. Liberty

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Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.

See Michigan's Band in "Block M"
on Soldier's Field at the Majestic The-
atre Mon., Tues., Wed., Dec. 14, 15, 16.
62-67
Martha Washington candy, fresh for
Christmas, all sizes. University Ave.
Pharmacy. tf

WANTED - Enterprising fraternity
man who wants to make a little
change on the side. State class vnd
fraternity and full particulars will
be sent. Address BGE, care The
Michigan Daily, Ann Arbor, Mich.

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