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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

)uality
iness. Our experience o' twen-
sively made-to-order work, the
he entire supervisions in the cut--
man who measures you are the
e our established quality.

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V H R S I T Y
BOOKS
ad Second Hand
INSTRUMENTS
ir money and buy
CHTER BRAND,

Rule, $7.50 with Leather Case
i Pens. LP. Note Books
i Special Self-filling Pen $.50

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Cars for Detroit--7:1o'
6:io p. m., also 8:io
-5:4o a. m., 6:o6 a. m.,
to 6:o6 p. m., 7:06 p.
p. m.,, and 10:45 P. M->
15 1-) , , 1215 p. M.,
ml.
kson-7:46 a. m. and
:46 p. m.
-5:12a. in., 6:51 a. n.,
"s to 6:51 p. mn., also

CA R P E N TERS and
Decorators are work-,
ing top speed on the
new buikling whose entire
Second Floor will be given
over soon to a greater and
better
Announcement of the
change will be made short-
ly.
Meanwhile the present
Tea Room will continue
with meals
-Splendidly prepared
-Splendidly served
-Splendidly in season
Open during store hours
Either elevator to second floor
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TH E 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, $2.5o; by mail, $2.5o. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. Ff.
Davis,4cor. Packard and State. 'Phones 96o
and 2414,.
H. Beach Carpenter.... ..Managing- Editor
W. Sherwood Field.......Business Manager
Fred Foulk.................News Editor
F. P. McKinney............Associate Editor
'. Hawley rapping..........Associate Editor
F. M. Church................Sporting Editor
Assistants to business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph lofmnan Arthur 1. 1.-orrey
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914.
Night Editor-J. M. Barrett, Jr.
ABOUT OURSELVES.
Any college daily which did not
make a profession of faith-duly
guarded and non-committal, of course,
-at the beginning of the year, would
be hooted out of the ranks for sheer
disregard of precedent. So it is that
this year's Michigan Daily, which is
going to pe pretty much tle same as
it has been for the last few years, but
which still hopes to make a few inno
vations which will enable it to boast
of progressiveness, takes this chance
of 'orewarning its readers to be on the
alert for excellencies which may creep
into these columns from time to time.
Truth and accuracy will perhaps be
fondled a little more sincerely than in
the past. At least, if rules, exhorta-
tions and thou-shalt-nots in profusion
can be of avail in getting Mr. Smith's
name spelled "Smith," and the date of
Christmas as December 25th, why then
we may all hope to pick up our Daily
every morning and be reasonably cer-
tain that things have happened, and
are going to happen, as printed, the
common formula of disbelieving "what
you see in print" notwithstanding.
Giving up for the time any reputed,
siniste.r desire to run the campus, may
not this year's Michigan Daily take for
its aim, "telling truthfully how the
campus is being run?
Even if the. university catalogue
does say that students can obtain
board and room for from $3.50 to
$6.00 per week, most of us seem to be
dangerously near or above the upper
figure.
It must be unpleasant to- flunk a
course, but to sell your text, flunk and
then have to buy your book back for
double the price is rankest irony
Conversation about the war might
be a little more concrete if we could
on'ly pronounce some of the names of
generals and battle-fields.
It is up to the psychology depart-
ment to explain why we all wear our
best clothes during the first few days
in Ann Arbor.
Michigan has lost a thinking man
with a future in W. H. Hamilton.
The Coach has a serious look, but
it is seriously hopeful.
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
All freshman women are required
to report at Barbour gymnasium at
4:00 o'clock today to receive general
instructions from the Dean of Women
and the physical director.

Women who have incomplete gym-
nasium work for the whole year or
firstsemester, and who enter without

satisfactory credit are required to re-
port to Barbour gymnasium at once.
Luncheon for women is served at
the Newberry hall tea room from
twelve to one. Beginning next week,
there will be a social tea from 3:30
to 5:30o'clock daily.
Freshmen women who have entered
the University this year have received
personal help in registering and ob-
taining quarters from junior advisors.
Eighty-six juniors comprise the com-
mittee, of which Beatrice Lambrecht,
'16, is chairman.
University women desiring employ-
'ment should report at Barbour gym-
nasium between 10:00 and 12:00
o'clock.
For the first time in recent, years,
The Michigan Daily will attempt to
criticise productions offered on the
local stage. These criticisms will be
written under the title "At the Thea-
ter," and will appear regularly in this
column, along with advance notices
of attractions scheduled for the im-
mediate future. The reviews will be
quite frank, and frequently they may
be adverse.
Because of the low prices in effect at
the Majestic, no effort will be made
to compare the bill in that theater
with those offered in metropolitan
vaudeville. A certain standard of de-
cency will be looked for, however, in
both of the local theaters. As far as
possible, the reviews will be printed
the morning following the first ap-
pearance of an attraction.
Advance notices of coming produc-
tions are supplied by the theater man-
agement, and include the full-page
theater supplement in this paper, and
in the regular Sunday papers. On the
other hand, all criticisms of plays or
acts already staged will be written
independently by members of this
staff. Notable offerings in- Detroit
theaters will be treated from time to
time.
Majestic Vaudeville
Fumble, tumble vaudeville, on the
verge of burlesque, opened the week
at the Majestic last night. The per-
formance, as clever in some spots as it
was rough in others, was a trifle above
last year's average.
BIOLOGICAL STATION HAS
SUCESSFUL SUMMER CAMP
Twenty-Seven Students Take Advai-
tage of Excellent Facilities
at Donglas Lake
According to Assistant Professor
Henry A. Gleason, the biological sta-
tion at Douglas Lake has just com-
pleted the most successful summer in
its history. Dr. Gleason is Director
of the camp. Twenty-seven students
were present at the camp this year,
making, the attendance two less than
that of last season. Besides the stu-
dents there were eight men doing re-
search work independently.
"We accomplished more at the sta-
tion than ever before," said Dr. Glea-
son yesterday in speaking of the sum-
mer's work. "The excellent climatic
conditions aided greatly in our work."'

Gym Outfits complete-at a bar-
gain-Wagner & Co. State Street. tf.

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New and Second Heand
For All Departments
DRAWING INSTR UMENTS
and ENGINEERS SUPPLIES
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best tailoring service to be had in,
the state with no exception.
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FURNISHINGS

The Official Fresh Cap
All Wool Mackinaws
The known "Young Hat"
1Bal',t-aans

Expert Pipe Repairing - E
ride, 422 Detroit St.

ist udir Lco'~e Leaf note books-

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Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 So. University Ave.

Double deck bed and springs for
ERAsale, cheap. Used two montis. Ca-
120. Ask for Bennent. 1'2
808-305- STATE STREET
Assembly at Granger's Wedneay
night, 9-12. S5c per coupl.
Arons and Lab. supplies gnera
at Wahr's University Book tore. o

vour namic 5n cver without expens
at \ahr s tiiversity Book Store.
~fichi ~ tationary Memory Book
onig iooks lnners, Pennants etc.
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