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THE MicHIGAN DAILY

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You'll Feel Right
All Over
when you try on the finished suit or
overcoat we have made to your
measure. There will be no places
where the garment is too tight or
too loose. In short, you will have
absolutely perfect fitting apparel,
right in cut, right in style, right in
every way.

G. H. WILD CO.

Leading Merchant Tailors

State Street)

S FOOT BALL 6000S
a complete line of Foot Ball Goods of all kinds
at Balls from $1.00 to $5.00v

m Supplies

lit for $2.25.Get your Gym Shoes for
the rush 75c
Students Bookstore

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BUSvY B E E
"The Popular Place"
Home Mlpde Camrdfes & d.
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Fntered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.5o; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State. 'Phones g6o
and 2414.
I3. 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 E~ditor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur I. Torrey
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1914.
Night Editor-Guy Wells.
FACULTY AND FRESHMEN.
Freshmen are being advised by fac-
ulty men in one department this year
in a manner that is more than per-
functory. Freshmen advisory systems
have been in service for several sea-
sons, but it is doubtful if their support-
ers ever exceeded their critics. Re-
luctance to take advice combined with
hesitancy about imparting it, due to
the anticipated reluctance, have been
obstacles in the past. The freshmen
on one side of the desk and the profes-
sor on the other have rather doubted
each other, and both have wondered
if they possessed any real sympathy of
interest or whether they were only go-
ing through the by-play of a system.
At best, the- advisory system is a
substitute for getting faculty men and
students together informally. Ten
minutes of sociable discourse in the
home of a member of the faculty would
give some freshmen a more sane view
of college atmosphere than any num-
ber of consultation hours.
But such hospitality is impossible on
a broad scale. The only solution
seems to be for the instructor to im-
press upon the student the sincerity
of his good-will through convention
alized meeting. Facilities for bring-
ing this about efficiently are improv-
ing.
When timorous about Ann Arbor
drinking water, it is always reassurig
to reflect that Dean Vaughan considers
it about the purest in the country.
One difference between a senior and
a freshman is that the former knows
which is north and south in Ann Ar-
bor,
Speculative minds are busy figuring
whether the Students' Directory or
the first snow will arrive earliest.
Traffic officers to guide students
through the bicycle parade on the diag-
onal walk are suggested.
Gaping townspeople fit in a peppery
mass meeting like India ink in a foun-
tain pen.

UNITARIAN Church
State cor. Huron
R. S. LORING, MINISTER
Morning Service at 10:30
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF
RELIGION AND WAR
Young People's Society at 7
A GERMAN VIEW
OF THE WAR
Mr, 0. T, Kreuser

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Michigan's Best Book Store
New and Second Hand

State
Street

WAHR S Mat
Street
University Bookstore

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The Freshman spread will be held,

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LUNCHES
Efficient Service
South State Street

BOOKS

For All Departments
DRAWINC INSTRUMENTS
and ENCINEERS SUPPLIES
LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS, FOUNTAIN PINS, ETC.

SODAS

UNITED LINES'
OR TIME TABLE
ss Cars for Detroit-7 :o
to 6:xo p. mn., also 8:so

We are better

prepared_

rs for Detroit-i :4o a. in., 6 :o6 a.in.
ery two hours to 6:o6 p. n., 7:06 p.
6 p. n., 9:io p. in., and 10:45 p. m.
silanti only, 11:15 p. in., 12:15 p. m.,
P. in., 1 :00 a. n7.
Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
wo hours to 7:46 p. m.
rs for Jackson-s:a a. i., 6:51 a.an.,
ery two hours to 6:: p.. n., also
in., 1 1 :15 p. Mi.

than ever before to meet your
wants for the Fall and Winter of
1914 - 15
SLIROEN BROS
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS

Ready to wear.

The store that

always treats you fair

December 5, in Barbour gym, accord-
ing to plans made at Mrs. Jordan's re-
ception for sophomore women, Fri-
day afternoon. Mrs. Jordan will en-
tertain the committee at supper, Tues-
day night, October 20.
A new arrangement for escorting
freshmen women to the spread has
been made. Return postals will be
sent to the junior advisers, each of
whom will then indicate her choice
of a freshman, to be chosen from her
own advisees, and arrange for the es-
corting of her other advisees by some
other junior woman.
Professor James P. Bird, of the en-
gineering department, will, speak to
university women on "Recent Adven-
tures in Europe," at 4:30 o'clock, this
afternoon, in Newberry hall. Profes-
sor Bird spent the summer touring in
Europe, where he acted as guide for
a party, of young women.
Mortar Board will hold its first
meeting at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday ev-
ening, at the home of Mary Lewis, 634
S. Twelfth St.
* * * * * * * * * * * * *
* COMMUNICATION *
* * * * * * * * * * * * *
Editor, The Michigan Daily:--
When the announcement came last
Fall that the management of the band
had at last been assured enough fin-
ancial support to maintain that insti-
tution, it was note with phasure by
the student body. However, it seems
that the peace and dignity of the com-
monwealth is to be again disturbed by
the publishing of the annual indict-
ment for non-support against the stu-
dent body and others.
Why not make it optional with the
band members to use their $20 or $30,
which is due them for their services at
the end of the year, toward defraying
their expenses on the annual Fall trip
and thus do away with an issue which
had supposedly been brought to a
close last fall, when it was announced
that a sufficient sum for the mainten-
ance of the band would be annually
awarded? JAY LAW.
ALUMNUS OF MICHIGAN GOES AS
U. S. AMBASSADOR TO FRANCE
Congressman William Graves Sharp,
'81L, was recently confirmed
by the Senate as ambassador
t o F ra n ce to succeed My-
ron T. Herrick, formerly Governor
Paris where he is assisting the present
ambassador, who will .not relinquish.
his official position until after the
present crisis is over.

ti tversett M s li1c lboe
Corner Maynard and William Streets
Pianos for Rent
Victor Victrolas and Records
College Music

D mn1. beniors ar
Just Fr.eshme - 4
D "mell o w ed by ~
VELVET, The Smoothust Smoking Tobacco, we are glad
to sy, i' ? en tucky , Burley de Luxe with an aged-in-the-
Xd mruelowness. 10c tins and 5c netal-lined bags.
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124 S."MAIN

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the " DE
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MARK
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Eti . S.PA. p0
ane and healthy sport,
Spalding trade - mark
Js no introduction.
nearly two-score years
have been catering to
t-loving Americafrom
sim ple pastimes of
dhood to the highly
Aoped gaie of the
ege Coot ball elevens.
S-tl ree stores, in the
it cities of the world,
iy to the universal es-
u in which Spalding
lity is held.
ALOGUE ON REQUEST
PALDIING & BROS.
54 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, Mich.

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For the present no advanoe has
been made on the prices of
Microscopes
BAUSCH and LOMB, or SPENCER, at a specali price,
Qu i sl .S a N C o. -
The Druggists on the corner. State and N. Univ.

ORMA-te new
COLLAR1
Cluett, Peabody,& Co lnc.Mahev

Prearranged free shows
sting and the fun.
The campus is looking
Convocation.

remove the
forward to

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FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Now Ready, Including
ADLERS' &
KUPPENHEIMER'S
MODELS
ALLEN'S
Good Clothes Store,
Main St.

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You will find
the largest and
most complete
line of
Footwear
for ladies and
gentlemen at

Arcade Theatre opens next
day, 6:15 o'clock.

Tues-I

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HALLER JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS
Fouutain Pens Alarm Clocks Souvenir Spoons Novelties
University of Michigan Pins.
Complete line of WatchesJewelry and Silverware
FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
Stmis Street Postal Station Located to Store
lours 7.50 a, m,.to 6 p. m. daily except Saturday, 7.50 a. m. to 8 p. M.
Money Order and Registry Departmenit hours, 8 a. m. to 6 pim. daily.
HALLER JEWELRY COMPANY
Tailors to Men
Our Special $30.00 Suits
Have
Q UALITY THAT
UALIFYS
UICKLY
Henry &Co.
711 N. University Ave.
THE HOME OF REXALL REMEDIES.'
. . . .The Live Wire Drug Store . . . .

s Shoe Stores,

MAIN STREET
STATE STREET

near by drop in and let us how you the new Fall models

"Call a Taxi"
Phone 2280
Taxicabs, Limousines,
Touring Cars and Auto
Baggage Trucks t '#

exall Quality
exall Service
exall Prices

Arbor Taxicab Co.
515 E. Liberty

R E XA LL S IG N IF IES S AT IS FA C TIO N
Ansco Fims.-. Come in. let's get acquainted - --Cyko Paper
EDSILL'S REXALL DRUG STORE
122 S. Main St.

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