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BEFORE LEAVING FOR HOME.
SONG BOOKS
COLLEGE SEALS
PILLOW COVERS
BANNERS
SK SETS, $2.50 UP.
ISHER GIRLS, $2.75.
'AN CALENDAR, 50c.

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Thousands of pieces of smoke-
damaged holiday goods are mark-
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper 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, $2.50 ; by mail, $.5o. Want ad.
stations; Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter.......Managing Editor
W. Sherwood: Field......Business Manager
Fred Foulk.................News Editor
F. F. McKinney...........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping........Associate Editor
F. M. Church...............Sporting Editor
Night Editors
ames M.tBarrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
Reporters _
Chester H. Lang Edward P. Wright
Howard R. Marsh , J. C. B. Parker
Charles: Weinberg, Lee F. Joslyn
Edwin A. Hyman Eugene L. B ulson
Tom C. Reid CL. Greenebaum
Irwin C. Johnson
Assistants to Business ManagerLe r
John Lenard..- Ray Leffler
Rudolph -Homan Arthur H. Torrey
Bmisness Staff.
Ferris Fitchss Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Delos Smith
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1914.
Night Editor-E. C. Roth.
THE IURI'J'Y PROBLEM.
Any issue is bound to get confused
in the mind of the public, when it hap-
pens to be a bit complicated. This
would seem to be true with the so-
called purity cainpaign, instituted by
a number ofVarsity athletes. It came
so easy, for those ironically inclined,
to make light of the move, and to quote
the agitators as in favor of almost
everything, that the campus began to
believe that the leaders of the propos-
ed reform were really trying to wipe
out even the vices which are generally
considered rather pardonable.
The communication published in
these columns yesterday, signed by the
man who is said to have started the
movement, clears up a lot of misun-
derstanding. It appears that the men
behind the campaign are not unalter-
ably opposed to the cigarette, and that
they do not lay especial stress upon
profanity, although undoubtedly they
would be far from desiring to advocate
even the minor questionable habits.
It is clear that no effort is being made
to pin white-ribbons broadcast, and,
no matter how. commendable such a
practice might be, its absence in the
present agitation will elicit support in
some quarters where indifference
might otherwise be predominant.
Probably one of the chief mysteries
connected with the senior lit Christ-
mas party will be as to where the re-
quired half dollar is to come from,
Michigan will have a regular track
team yet, if those in authority contin-
ue to tackle the problem with persist-
ency.
The profs who, according to report,
don't read their bluebooks, are legion
in rumor, but few in fact.
One advantage of going to college,
is that it enables one to audit one's
son's accounts knowingly.
Has Friend Roomie recommenced
again to praise the home products?
Collecting debts before vacation is a
favorite occupation.
Doubtless father will pay well for
the increase in fare.

By the way, have you signed the pe-

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Furniture
Rugs
Draperies
Blankets
Women's Wear
Toys

The note board for the use of uni-
versity women, which 'was suggested
the beginning of the year, by Alice Ev-
ans, director of Barbour gymnasium,
is now being constructed, under her
supervision, and will be placed in the
women's league room in University
hall. It is designed to take the place
of a university post office, through
which university women may commun-
icate with one another, and through
which official notices may be sent to
committees by their chairmen. The
system has been found to save time
and energy at other colleges, where
it has been in use.
* * *
Lena Mott, '15, has been appointed
general chairman of the committee in
charge of the annual Michigan Wom-
en's banquet, which will be held, as
usual, immediately before spring va-
cation.
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There will be no meeting of the
combined Kermess committee today.
The Vocational conference commit-
tee is making a list of ,Michigan alum-
nae who are prominent in the voca-
tions. These women will be asked to
act as vocational councillors to wom-
en who may register as being interest-
ed in the fields of the conference. An
alumnae correspondent has been ap-
pointed in Detroit and in Washington,
D. C., to facilitate the work.
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The Junior %irls' luncheon will be
conducted by a committee of collegiate
alumnae, at 12:15 o'clock this after-
noon, in Barbour gym. The remaining
lunheons will be held at the same
time ad place throughout the year.
CABINET CLUB TO GIVE DANCE
FOR ALUMNI IN CAPITOL CITY
Under the direction of the Cabinet
club, a dance will be given for the
alumni of the University of Michigan,
at the Hotel Raleigh, in Washington,
D. C., December 28. It is planned to
give this dance for the benefit of the
alumni, and invitations are being sent
to all those who might attend. During
the intermission, moving pictures will
be shown of the spring contest, and
other events of interest which have
happened about the campus.
The committee is also planning to
have a lecture given at each of the
five high schools in Washington, and,
in connection with each talk, there will
be shown moving pictures and lantern
slides of the campus and its points of
interest. These lectures are given in
accordance with the 'cub's policy of
promoting interest in the University,
among the high school boys of their
city.
LELAND POWERS TO APPEAR ON
ORATORY PROGRAM NEXT WEEK
Leland Powers will appear on the
next program of the Oratorical associ-
ation, Friday night, December 18. Mr.
Powers is well known at Michigan,
having been here 18 times in past
years.
Tickets will be on sale at the box
office in University hall on the night
of the reading, or can be secured from
members of the ticket committee of
the Oratorical association. Members
of the association will be admitted on
their season tickets.

After Christmas, the deluge.

With every suit or overcoat
at $20.00; the same material
as.suit or different.

See also to your
We offer bet Cllbbhng
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an' bring out once
U in awhile. A ca'msperit - -
0 ~an' a peaceful pipe o'VE ET'lbiga>;
0 much happiness t' th'7>s
surface as if it cost a
O hundred dollars.
10c buys a tin of VELVET-5c a metal-lined bag of this
Kentucky's Burley de Luxe with that aged-in-the-wood
mellowness.
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MONEY-RAISING SALE-All Cloth-
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Men's Furnishing Goods and Hats at
Sacrifice Prices.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street.
See the Harvard team at signal prac-
tice in motion pictures at the Majestic
Mon. Tues. Wed. Dec. 14, 15, 16. 62-67
See if you can win the "Go-Cart' at
the big "Country Store" Night at the
Majestic, Thursday, Dec. 17th. 63-9
The Majestic will give away $100.00
in prizes absolutely FREE at the big
Country Store Night Thursday, Dec,
17th. Watch papers for list of prizes
given by leading Ann. Arbor .Mer-
chants. 63-9
Big "Country Store" Night at the
Majestic Thursday, Dec 17th-$100.00
in prizes given away free. 63-9
See in motion pictures Michigan's
Grand Old Man, President Angell, also
President Hutchins and the deans of
each department at the Majestic Mon.,
Tues., Wed., December 14, 15, 16.
62-67
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. .i
Fountain pens make good Christmas
presents. University Ave. Pharmacy.

Evening dress is our specialty.

If you are one of the Asso-
ciation of students' Wives,

Burchfield & Co.
106 E. HiURON ST.

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