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The Michigan Daily, 1915-01-06

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THE

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elt dressed man is C 1Spicuous.
Clothes :add Nwondersto (g-enerali
'ances. Theni, too, 11hi1k of the
ction lie derives from the know-
he is clothed in good taste. Any
lay enjoy the same feeling i -hc'll
nake him a suit which will li per-
look an d year well.

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We carry all sizes of Shoes.

Goods all guaranteed.

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STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

r'ROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TI MlE TABLE.
I and Express Cars for Detroit- 7:)
. and hourly to 6:io p. mn., also 8:1 o
Cars for Detroit-5:4o a. in., 6:o6 a. m.,
every two hours to 6:o6 p. m1., 7:06 p.
:o6 p. i., 9:i5 p. ni., and 10: p. 1 1.
C psilanti only : :,IS a. n., 8:2o ,i. n.,
5 a. Mn., 5:o6 p. in, ii : i p. i., i2:1i
t, 12:30 a. Ill., 1 :oo a. cn.
' Cars for Jackson 7:.8 a. m., and
two hours to 7:48 P. .n.
ars for Jackson--:12 a.n., G:5o a. In.,
every two hours. to 6 50p. Il., also
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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, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and "State.
Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter.......ManagingEditor
W. Sherwood Field........ Business Manager
Fred Foulk.... ............... News Editor
F. F. McKinney............ Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping.........Associate Editor
F. M. Church................Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manage
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur eHTorrey
Night Editors
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
E. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
Reporters
Chester H. Lang Edward P. Wright
Howard R. Marsh J. C. B. Parker
Charles Weinberg Lee E. Joslyn
Edwin A. Hyman Eugene L. Bulson
Ton C. Reid L. Greenebaum
Irwin C. Johnson
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Delos Smith
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1915.
Night Editor=James M. Barrett.
TH E1 FINAL STRETCH.
It's a disheartening time of year.
With New Year's wishes echoing in
his mind, the student is entering upon
the final stretch, towards the great
unknown which habitually infests the
end of January. From now on, it will
be a more or less tense time for those
of us who are not grinds. Lights will
burn later, and the intimations about
exams dropped by the instructors will
be copied down more religiously, dur-
ing the next three. weeks anyway.
Of course, under some of the mark-
ing systems in vogue, with their almost
automatic weeding-out methods, it is
useless to admonish anyone to work
hard and beat out his neighbor in th
race for one of the covetd marks. But
it might be encouraging for those who
are new on the, campus to remember
that one's studies never seem in such
precarious condition as in the gray
light of early January, and that many
a 'man has pulled himself out of the
depths of scholastic mediocrity in the
few weeks between the holiday recess
and the beginning of exams. A little
courage at this critical time may pre-
vent the usual number of mid-year
ho e-comings.
The Germans who attacked the Eng-
lish coast have nothing on the student
who wore a junior toque in the midst
of a surging crowd in a Chicago rail-
way- station.
Statistics as to the amount of out-
going mail after a vacation period
might be of interest to those who
scorn the three-letters-a-week habit.
Text books are getting their first
glimpse of sunlight, after hibernating
two weekstin miscellaneous articles of
baggage.
Despite the lack of military training,
midnight coasting duty is occupying
many extra hours hereabouts.

In accordance with the new picture
policy inaugurated at the Whitney the-
ater, the James K. Hackett play, "The
Walls of Jericho," will be presented at
the local playhouse today and tomor-
. Matinees will be held at 2:00
o'clock both days, while the evening
performances will start at 7:00 and
8':30 o'clock.
"The Walls of Jericho" are the ram-
parts of sham and cynicism, which
Jack Frobrisher, who has "made his
pile" ranching, on his return to civili-
zation, finds enclosing the card-play-
ing, dissipated inner circle of the Lon-
don "smart set."
A feature of these film shows is the
singing of Miss Arlyle Westbrooke
who has been engaged for all perform-
ances.
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Final arrangements for the voca-
tional conference will be made at a
meeting of the executive board of the
WoImen's League, to be held at 4:00
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o'clock this afternoon in Barbour gym.
it is 'important that every member b e
present.
No meetings of the judiciary council
will be held this week.
Junior Play try-outs must be submit-
ted to Martha Gray, '16, this week.
None handed in after Saturday, Janu-
ary 9, will be considered. The selec-
tion of the successful play will be
made within the next two weeks.
Officers of the League board, includ-
ing the president, vice-president, sec-
retary, corresponding secretary and
treasurer, and the members of the ju-
diciary council will meet at Rentsch-
ler's studio at 12:00 o'clock today for
the Michiganensian picture.
* * * -
Tickets for university women! for
the luncheon in Barbour gymnasium at
noon Saturday, January 9, which will
conclude the Vocational conference,
are limited in number . to 100, and
should be purchased at once from Ruth
liutzel, '16. This luncheon, at which
university women will have the opbor-
tunity of meeting conference speakers
and guests, will be served by a com-
mittee of Ann Arbor collegiate alum-
nae. The price of tickets is 50 cents.

The next stop-April 9th.

PR ESCRl PION POINTS, NO.
PHARMACY is not like the grocery, clothing 0oa butcher busi-
ness. Pharmacy is more like the mic(licalprOfCSSiol Every
thing depends upon -the man-uupon t physician or harlacist.
Il enCe, if You choose your, l)haml'liacist as von 0d your physician,
the result, in time of sickness, will juitif tyyour caution.
Quarry Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner . State and North University

ze Tailorgram" 5.
(By a Student)

FOR YOUR OFFICE
Don't you need a
Card Index Cabinet Set of Blank Books
Dozen Letter Files Box of Pens or quart of ink
Typewriter Ribbon or Box of Carboi
Dozen Pencils or Erasers "Fxcelsior" or National" Diary
Hehndy Desk C.dend r 75a
You can't do business without it.
MAIN ah STATE

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"Workmanship in Clothes
like temper in steel---kiible
only in results"..

TYPEWRITERS
Underwood and other,1
high-grade machines,
Bought, Sold; Rented
and Exchanged at prices
consistent with qualty.
MIMEOGRAPHING
N'G SUPPLIES
IORRILL
more Lun ch)
-- Phone 582-Jj

The Latest Operatic
and Popular Hits
AT THE
Corner Maynard and William Streets

To insure satisfaction
have Ed. V. Price &.
Co. tailor clothes to
individual order.
Fred W. Gross
123 E. Liberty St.

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WAI KING 1000
cOMEI UP AND TRY
George's Chop Suey
Delicious Chinese and American Dishes,
431S .State St. Phone 1244L'

of Palms and
mr Decorating

18 Eng.

Phone 1242

st. A U .11
iCt. andd 5. Univ. Ave,
'boa£15

I PRICE & OWE
I Printers, Stationers,
( ngravers

We are better prepared
than ever before to meet your
wants for the Fall and Winter of
1914 -15
SHROEN BROS.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you fair
124 S. MAIN
PHONIC 1000

are an evening dress
necessity.
The bosoms are
tucked, puffed, plea-
ted or mushroom."
$t2.00 and up
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc. Makers

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THE POPULAR

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PLACE

Important meeting of Mimes, Mich-
igan Union, 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Members of the cast for "Pomander
Walk" meet in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall at 7:00 o'clock tonight.

Still Going Strong

How can skating rink
live, with the competition
Ann Arbor sidewalks?

proprietors
afforded by

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

Blue haze is displacing the standard
golden article attributed to college
days.
The pass-word of the day: "Ch'ave a

Student Council Postpones Meeting
On account of the illness of Pres. A.
T. Ricketts, '15E, and because only a
bare quorum was present, the student
council voted last night to postpone
the election of officers for the second
semester until next week.

teton Bond St.

in prices ranging from

$3.5o to $7.00

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HALLER. JEWELRY C0.11
State Street Jewelers
TODAY
AND
W hilpey T1heatre ______
TOMOROW
Edmund Breese In Jas K. Hackett's Success
THE WALLS OF JERICHO
A photoplay classic in 300 scenes
Ceti a coupon and benefit by the Whitney-
AdmiSsion Majestic profit sharing plan. A coupon worth
_oc. on admission at Majestic with eachticket
loc. at Whitney. A coupon worth 5c. at Whitney
Movies with each ticket at Majestic.
=atinees Movies every day when road Evenings
shows are not playing
2 TO 5 P. M. the theatre.--- 7TO10P.M.
'Tailors to Men
Our Special $30.00 Suits
Have
UALITY THAT
UALI FYS
IQUiCLY

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Wahr's Shoe Stores
State and Main Sts.

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By Our
Auto Baggage Trucks

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Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.

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