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THE KiCIHIGAN DAILY

Anywhere and Everywhere
the well dressed man is conspicuous.
Good clothes add wonders to general
appearances. Then, too, think of the
satisfaction he derives from the know-
ledge he is clothed in good taste. Any
man may enjoy the same feeling if he'll
let us make him a suit which will fit per-
fectly, look and wear well.

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G. H. WILD Co.
Leading -Merchant Tailors.

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-clan- 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 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
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofmnan Arthur H. Torrey
Night Editors
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
E C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton

State St.

for sometime yet.
But then there's the hop.
---
The Story of The Rosary.
Comstock & Gest will present "The
Story of the Rosary," Walter Howard's
romantic melodrama of modern war,
at the Garrick theater, Detroit, the
week starting Monday, January 11,
with popular matinees Wednesday and
Saturday. The entire cast and pro-
duction are direct from the Prince's
theater, London, and come to Detroit
after a successful run at the Manhat-
tan opera house, New York.

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 Carbon
Dozen Pencils or Erasers "Excelsior" or National" Diary
Hek ndy Desk C aendsb.r 75c
You can't do business without it.
MA, STATE
!Nahr sBo tr St

INDOOR
Track Shoes
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We carry all sizes of Shoes.

Goods all guaranteed.

Sheehan s
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

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
Tom C. Reid L. Greenebauin
Irwin C. Johnson
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
G. I,. KeslerC.TFibeg
Delos Snith Fihig
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1915.
Night Editor--Toni C. Reid.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
.ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE.
Limited and Express Cars for Detroit-7:10o
a. in. and hourly to 6:io p. in., also 8:io
p. mn.
Local Cars for Detroit--5 :4o a. in., 6:06 a. in.,
and every two hours to 6:06 p. in., 7:o6 p.
in., 8 : o6 p. in., 9: i sp. n.., and 10::45 P. in.
To Ypsilanti only: 7:4 a. M., 8:20 a. in.,
ii:o6 a. in., 5:06 p. in., 1":5P. in., 12:15
a. in., 12z:30o a. in., 1 : oo a. in.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:48 a. in., and
every two hours to 7:48 p. in.
Local Cars for Jackson-5 1:: a. in., 6:5o a. in.,
and every two hours to 6:50 p. in., also
9:15 p. in., 11:15 p. in.
LUNCHES

THE LITTLE
SCHOOLMASTER
SAYS:

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"You get a Suit that suits,
at a price that suits, if Ed.
V. Price & Co. are your
Tailors."

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We serve them quickly, our
prices are moderate and we
are liberal in quantity. -.

We are showing more
exclusive styles f o r
young men than any-
one in Ann ,Arbor!
Fred W. Gross
123 E. Liberty St.

HARVARD EXPLAINS.
In a letter from Mr. Fred W. Moore,
graduate treasurer of the Harvard
Athletic association, received lately by
The Daily, it is intimated that certain
western papers have entirely misstat-
ed the Crimson stand in the matter of
turning down a Michigan game for
next fall. As a partial explanation,
Mr. Moore says, "I might add that we
feel here that such a thing as a foot-
ball championship is impossible to de-
cide; that mid-season games mean
very little as tests of the final strength
of a team. It is our purpose each
year to adapt our early season sched-
ule to the conditions we expect to
meet, both as to material and style of
game, so as to produce the best results
at the end of our season."
From an enclosure in Mr. Moore's
letter; in the form of a copy of a note
to one of the Harvard deans, it is
shown that the Michigan athletic office1
was never given any assurance that
further games would be played, other
than unofficial advices.
The , explanation discloses 'nothing
particularly new. The campus regrets1
the loss of the Harvard game, and can-
not forgive the eastern school com-
pletely for looking after its own ends
so ardently. The incident seems to
be closed with a minimum of hard
feelings.

AMembers of the Girls' Glee club will
meet at Rentschler's studio at 10:00
o'clock Saturday morning for the Mich-
iganensian picture, for which light col-
ored gowns will be worn.
There will be no class in playground
games and dances during the second
semester, owing to the fact that a suf-
ficient number to guarantee it did not
register with Miss Evans.
* * *
The noteboard for the use of univer-
sity women has been installed in the
Women's League room in University
hall, and will be ready for use within
a few days. Spaces are provided un-
der the letters of the alphabet, in
which arrangement is made for the
holding of communications, whose re-
cipients' last name begins with that
initial.
Official notices by committee chair-
men, society secretaries, and others
may be served in this way, and unoffi-
cial and personal communications may
be transmitted.
* * *

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A Pair of $6.00
Trousers Made to Your
Order Absolutely Free

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ON STATE

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

FLANDERS.
209 E. LIBERTY ST.
ACROSS FROM VARSITY LAUNDRY
IN OLD HOME TELEPHONE CO'S BUILDING

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SALE

Local merchants are getting some
trade now in those things we hinted
at before Christmas-and didn't get.
Some New Year's resolvers will cele-
brate the first week of abstinence to-
morrow, by not abstaining.
It's reassuring anyway to look vain-
ly for a ring on that feminine finger,
after two weeks loose.
You can't judge a man by his neck-
wear, right after gladsome Christmas.
Warm hand-shakes will not always
atone for those belated theses.

Contributions for the women's num-
ber of the Gargoyle, to be published in
March, may be submitted to Alice
Wiard, managing editor, during Janu-
ary and February. Suggestions as to
their general nature may be obtained
from Miss Wiard, telephone 398, or
from Margaret Foote, '15, telephone
1915, who has been appointed associ-
ate editor.
Remember the "ALL-GIRL-SHOW"
at the Majestic begins Monday mati-
nee at 3:00 o'clock, January 11th. 72-7
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 S. Sate. tf
Don't fail to see "Mary Gray" the
"Waltz Girl in Miles of Smiles" at the
"Majestic" Monday, Tuesday, Wednes-
day, January 11, 12, 13, with a daily
matinee. 72-7
Get that 10 Cent San Marco Cigar
Saturday and Sunday for 5 cents at
Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. State St.
eod Tu
Jordan Girls are three dainty Dam-
sels who perform daring feats on the
Slack Wire. They are with the "ALL
GIRL-SHOW" at the Majestic, Mon-
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 12,
13. "Remember A Daily Matinee."
72-7
University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
and Toilet Articles. Phone 416. tf

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HAR'S mo' luck in findin
opportunities than fo' leaf
clovers. But even a
opportunity is just the
raw material for you to _ _
make something out of.s
-Even Kentucky's best to-
bacco has to be made into
VELVET.
It is the two years' ageing which Kentucky's Burley de
Luxe receives that gives that aged-in-the-wood mellow-
ness to VELVET, The Smoothest Smoking Tobacco. 10c
tins and 5c metal-lined bags.
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The Biggest Thing in
Ann Arbor Right Now
Is This



Stationery, Note Books, Jewelry, &c.
DAMAGED .NLY BY SMOKE

DOCK SCHLEEDE

340 S. State St.

Sam Burchfield & Co.

Compared with other places,
Arbor seems quite restful.

Ann

Scented letters make hop turn-downs
only more bitter.

No chance

to show those new stepsI

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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.

January Sale
of
White Goods
Including the famous Shamrock
Table Linens from Ireland, Nap-
kins, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Towels,
Laces, Embroideries, Undermus-
lins and Knit Underwear.
It will pay clubs and fraternities
to buy in quantities.
"Mary Gray," Oh "Mary Gray," I rue
the day I first set eyes upon you. Re-
member Mary Gray is the extra added
attraction with the ALL-GIRL-SHOW
at the Majestic, Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
nesday, Jan. 11, 12, 13, with a daily
matinee. 72-7
Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dor-
en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard street. tf
"THE FOUR SEASONS" SPRING,
SUMMER, FALL, WINTER; FOUR
BEAUTIFUL GIRLS in a stupendous
offering of Melody and Artistic Scen-
ic Surroundings. Remember these
four beauties are with the "ALL-
GIRL SHOW" at the Majestic, Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 12, 13,
with a daily matinee. 72-.7

PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
CITY LAUNDRY
THOS. ROW[, Prop.
406 Detroit St. Phone 457-M
-Limes elected seven men to mem-
bership at a meeting held last night
at the Union, the following being chos-
en: L. K. Freidman, '15; Kenneth Bou-
cher, '15; Chase B. Sikes, '16; W. A. P.
John, '16; W. R. Mills, '18; A. J. Gor-
netzky, '17; and S. B. Simons, '17E.
-Prof. F. N. Scott, of the rhetoric de-
partment, attended the annual meeting
of the Association of Teachers of
Journalism and the meeting of the
Modern Language association during
the Christmas holidays. Both these
gatherings were held at Columbia Uni-
versity.
-Prof. John F. Shepherd examining
psychologist at the psychopathic ward
spoke Tuesday afternoon before the
Woman's club on the working of the
Binet test.
-Pictures taken in the .1PhilIppinhes,
Borneo and other south Pacifio islands
and a lec'ture on tropical forests by
Professor H. A. Gleason, of the botany
department, who made a trip around
the world in 1913, formed the princi-
pal features of the smoker held by
the Forestry club in room 407, new en-
gineering building last night.

Sam Burchfield & Co.

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PHONE 599

106 E. HURON ST.

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Flannel Shirts
Sweaters -

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Mackinaws - -
Fur Caps & Gloves

Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Ave.

"Nothing but girls" and every one
a sweet one at the Majestic with the
"ALL-GIRL-SHOW" Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Jan. 11, 12, 13, with a
daily matinee. 72-7

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