THE MICHIGAN DAILY "
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when you try on the finished suit or
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too loose. In shlvrt, you will have
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during theuniversity year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.5o; by mail, $2.5o. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State. 'Phones 96o
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 Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
C. H. WILD CO.
Leading Merchant Tailors
LASS FOOT AL GOODS
We have a complete
line of Foot Sall Goods.of all kinds
from $1.00 to $5.00
A complete outfit for $2.25. Get your Gym Shoes for
the rush 750
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1914.
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ecial Attention to Dancing Parties
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ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
d and Express Cars for Detroit-7:io
and hourly to 6:ro p. m., also 8:to
Cars for Detroit-5 :40 a. in., 6:o6 a. in.,
every two hours to 6 :o6 p. rn., 7:o6 p.
8:o6 p. mn., g~io p. tn., and 10:45 P. Im.
Ypsilanti only, i :ir p. Mi.12:15 p. in.,
o p. m., 1:0 a. m.
d Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. tn. and
'y two hours to 7:46 p. m.
Cars for Jackson-5:ia a. m., 6:51 a. n.,
every two hours to 6:5x p. m., also
p. M., 11:15 p. M.
o the -A
over 9oE Im'
of sane and healthy.sport,
the Spalding trade-mark
needs no introduction.
For nearly two-score years
we have been catering to
the simple pastimes of
childhood to the highaly
developed game of the
college foot ball elevens.
Forty-three stores, in the
largest cities of the world,
testify to the universal es-
teem in which Spalding
Quality is held.
CATALOGUE ON REQUEST
G. SPALING & BROS.
254 Woodward Ave.
We are better prepared
than ever before
wants for the Fall,
1914 - 15.
to meet your
and Winter of
Night Editor-Charles Weinberg.
THE ELIGIBILITY RULES.
Suspension from further competition
in Varsity athletics has resulted from
the action of two members of the foot-
ball squad in playing semi-profession-
ally during term time. No malicious
intent is charged, but the offense is!
more serious than appears from casual!
consideration, and the removal of the,
two men seems to be justifiable.
The athletic board, which brought
about the suspensions, enforces a rule
which provides that any student who
participates in professional or semi-
professional athletic contests during
the school year, or without permission
in vacation time, shall be ineligible for
further competition. The regulation
was not made as a piece of sonorous
legislation. The harm done to Michi-
gan's athletic reputation by promis-
cuous playing on the part of athletes
rendered it necessary.
Michigan's athletic policy is thor-
oughly clean, if the doubtful case of
summer baseball may be excluded.
Temptations to. athletes are not held.
out by the local association, as is the
case in a large number of institutions,
unsportsmanlike play is treated se-
verely, and, above all, eligibility rules
are enforced. In line with this prac-
tice, the board feels it a duty to pen-
alize abuses, and it deserves the think-
ing support of the student body in pre-
serving a creditable character for uni-
Conference allegiance is evidently
being waived by two University of
Wisconsin women who are going to
root for Michigan on October 31.
It might be well to remember that
the Cambridge betting contingency is
not organized altogether on charitable
Students of causal sequence might
consider whether campus prominence
or honorary society membership comes
Last year's mackinaws will be in
style this season, according to those
who will journey to Cambridge.-
At 10:3o Rev. R. S. LORING
will speak on "The Relation
of Sin to Ignorance."
At 7:00 the Young People's
Society lis arranged for an
address by Prof. JOHN W.,
LANGLEY on his "University
Prof. Robert M. Wenley will be the
speaker at the Y. W. C. A. meeting this
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in Newberry
hall. His subject is "Horizons."
* * *
The annual systematic campaign for
members of the Y. W. C. A. begins to-
morrow. It is planned by Huldah
Bancroft, '15, president of the associ-
ation, to have every university woman
approached by the members of a com-
mittee of which she is chairman. It
is expected that the present member-
ship of nearly 200 will be materially
* * *
Members of Wyvern will meet -in
Newberry hall at 12:00 o'clock tomor-
row for luncheon.
* * *
Stylus will meet for the first time
at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night, Octo-
ber 20, at the home of Clara Belle
Dunn, 709 South Twelfth street.
* * *
The second tryout for the Girls'
Glee club will be held Monday, Octo-
ber 19, from 5:00 to 6:00 o'clock in
Miss Hunt's room at the school of
JOURNALISTS OCCUPY NEW ROOMS
Daily Reporters Lodged in Basement
of Press Building
New quarters have been fitted up for
the reportorial staff of The Michigan
Daily in the basement of the Press
building and will be ready for occu-
pancy tomorrow morning. When the
rooms are completely furnished under
the supervision of Prof. Gordon Ston-
er, chairman of the board in control of
student publications they will assume
the appearance of the "local room" of
a metropolitan Daily.
In addition to a reporters' room,
there will be a commodious lounging
room, and a reference library. All
matter referring to Michigan and her
campus will be on file there. A third
room in the reportorial suite will be
used in common by The Students' Di-
rectory and the Michiganensian in ad-
dition to their offices on the first floor
of the Press building
t niver yttnd df lflui ib use
Corner Maynard and William Streets.
Victor Victrolas and Records
WA J SMain
For the present no advance has
been made on the prices of
BAUSCH and LOMB, or SPENOER, at a apecai price.
Quarry Dr . Co.
The Druggists on the corner. State and N. Unt
All for 2 5 at
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you fair
124 S. MAIN
Tailors to Men
Our Special $30.00 Suits
Q UALITY THAT
are an evening dress
The bosoms 'are
tucked, puffed, plea-
ted or mushroom."
$2.00 and up
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc. Makers
Henry & Co.
71 1 N. University Ave.
Headquarters for the
Underwood (the kind the
University uses) and other
high - grade Typewriters a n d
Typewriting supplies at
Choice Out Flowers s.
Fine lot of Palms and
Ferns for Decorating
ComasinsI A -lrl
Cor. 12th St. and S. Univ. Ave.
The best notes are not necessarily
turned out by a gold-mounted foun-
Cider-and-doughnut felts are not
the only functions of sectional clubs.
This week the Varsity struggles with
Pullman berths and Syracuse.
You will find
the largest and
0 - most complete
Cer-le Francais to Choose Director
Cercle Francais will hold its first
meeting of the year at 8:15 o'clock to-
morrow evening in the Francais rooms
in Mason hall. A successor will be
chosen to take the place of Rene Tala-
mon, director of the society, who was
drafted by the French government
while in Paris this summer. Tentative
plans for this year's program will be
discussed, and old members are re-
juested to be present.
0. D. MORRILL' S
322 South State Street
(over Baltimore Lunch)
Join the classes at Granger's if you Waterman Fountain Pens of all
care to dance correctly. Class every kinds. University Avenue Pharmacy.
Wednesday night at 7:30. Private les- t
sons by appointment. For particulars
call at 312 Maynard St. next to Majes- In future all cars stop at Goodyear
tic or phone 246. Drug Store. tf
Dance every Wednesday and Satur-
day night from 9 to 12. 50c per couple. At the Maiestic Grace 'Cameron will
The shucks of peanut politics are in
sing "Little Dolly Dimples." tf
for ladies and
We shine shoes bright and block
hats right. The Athens on Liberty Sty i Pianos to rent at Schaeberle & Sons
Try us once. 't -Music House. t#.
Grace Cameron "Miss Dolly Dim- Grace Cameron is coming. Watch for
pies" will soon be at the Majestic. the date at the Majestic.
Tahr's Shoe Stores,
When maear by drop in nd let us show you the new Fall models
,"Call a Taxi"
Football paraphernalia. Most com-
plete stock in city at Wahr's. eodW
Drawing instruments and engineer's
supplies at Wahr's Book Store. eodW
Graham's Barber Shop, 121 W. Hur-
on St., opposite D. U. R. Only barber
shop in Ann Arbor under student man-
agement. Your patronage, will be ap-
preciated. Glenn Graham, '17 Dent.
$2.25 buys a complete gymnasum
outfit at Wahr's University Book Store.
NEW AND BECOMING
Now on Display
Good Clothes Store
Grace Cameron is coming to tbhe M-
10c rents a Kodak today. Lyndon.
Touring Cars and Auto
Baggage Trucks .' ,t
University Ave. Pharmacy. The store
that satisfies. M.
Arbor Taxicab Co.
515 E. Liberty
IAmateur Photographers: Examine
Pianos to rent. Good dependable in- your films carefully. If you find a
struments at lowest rates. Schaeberle single defect in any developing we do
& Son's Music House, 110 So. Main for you it won't cost you one cent.
St. tf. Our new "Safety First" Tank is per-
fect, and it gets the best results I
have ever seen. Lyndon-719 N. Uni-
Open Sundays 9:30 to 4:30. Lyndon. - versity, 18