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THE MICHIGAN DAILI

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'coat we have made to your meas-
There will be no places where
garment is too tight or too loose.
hort, you will have absolutely per-
fitting apparel, right in cut, right
tyle, right in every way.

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'
pcial n pe at the University of
Mici 1n ev -y morning except
ltfonday (lurm 1-rileunLiver Csity vear.
Entered at the t-offee at Ann Arbor as
Sri tions : :by Crier Pre saiBu id.SW President of Ohio State University
ad. stations: Quarry's, Students' Supply Will Speak Sunday Night
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State.
!'hones: Business, g9o; Editorial, 2414. in University Hall
Francis F. McKincey......Managing Editor;
John S. [,conard..........Business Manager WAS COMMENCEMENT ORATOR
E. Rodgers Sylvester.....Assignment Editor
James M. 1ar ..............elcgraph r diter William Oxley Thompson, D.D.,
F. >. W\right............ ....Sports Editor
LL.D., president of Ohio State univer-
b.lwardl Mack..........Advertising Manager sity, has been secured to open the se-
Kirk White............Publication Manager
V.~ R. Althseler... Circulation Manager! ries of 6:30 o'clock Sunday evening
C. V. Sellers......".... ........Accountant

University Bookstore
is at your service with a never-failing supply
of Courtesy and a "Square Deal." Also
Cords of New and Second-hand
TEXT BO O KS
Drawing Instruments and hngineers' Supplies
Make OUR Store YOUR Store
State Main
Street W M.l Street

G. H. WILD COMPANY

Merchant Tailors.

State St.

NEW AND SECOND-HAND
All Departments

Drawing Instruments
P. Note Books

Supplies of all kinds

M Scrap Books

Log Log Slide Rules, Michigan Stationery
"M" Book Racks, Supplies of all kinds at

SH EE HANS
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

DETROIT UNITED LINES
etween Detroit, Ann 'Arbor and Jackson.
ars run on Eastern time, one hour faster
ulocal time.
detrit Limited and Express Cars--8:io a.
and hourly to 7 : io0p.nM., 9:1o P. M.
:alamazoo Limited Cars--8:48 a. m. and
-y two huurs to 6:4t8 p. ri.; to Lansing,
8 p. m.
ocal Cars, Eastbound-5:35 a. in., 6:40 a. m.,
a. m., and every two hours to 7405 p. mn.,
p. m., 9:05 p. n., 10:45 p. M. To Ypsi-
only, 8:48 a, m. (daily except Sunday),
ma. M., 12:05 p. m., 6:05 p. M., 11 :1 p.
1:15 a. Mn., 1 :3o a. m.
ocal Cars, Westbound-6:12 a. M.,, 7So a.
and every two hours to 7:50 p. in., 10:20
n., 12:20 a. in.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Organized 1869
Capital.. ...... $ 300,000.00
Surplus...........$150,000.00
Resources' over ....$3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
Main Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Huron Sts.
Branch Office, 707 North Univ.
ersity Avenue.

HUSTON BROS.
BIL LARDS
AND
BOWLING

Candies

Cigars

Pipes

C. T, Iishligix ,Assistant iBusin ess Manager
Night Editors
Toml C. Reid C. N Church
VerneBurnett Edwin A. Hyman
Joseph J. PBrotherton
Reporters E
T. C. B. Parker Henley Hill
ILeonarl X . Nieter Martha Gray
Irwin Johnson Lee Joslyn
\Va R. H"unt
Business Staff
Albert E. Horne
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1915.
Night Editors
Verne E. Burnett Jos. J. Brotherton
THE "BIG" GAME
ior the first time since Syracuse
has had a place on Michigan's sched-
cile, we see our town decorated with
the Orange of the New Yorkers. This
is a distinction accorded only to two
institutions now appearing as op-
ponents of the Wolverines, and by
custom and tradition it portends a
Big Caine." The game is a big one
-probably the biggest that we will
play this year,
One speaker at Monday's nlass-
rneeting made the statement that to-
lay Michigan faces the crisis of her
athletic career, and he meant what he
said. We are ready to admit that
much depends upon the outcome of
today's struggle, but I doubt if we
can go that far. We can say, how-
ver, that she faces the crisis of the
present season.
The day is pregnant with possibili-
ties. Sixty short minutes in the mid-
dle of this afternon will determine
whether or not the spirit of'6,000 stu-
dents can be transmuted into a foot-
ball victory through the medium of
11 big men, wise in the lore of the
gamy.
In 1909 DAVE ALLERDICE piloted
his team with a broken hand. It was
the incarnation of the "come-back"
spirit which can be traced through all
the generations of Michigan students.
\L ill today's game discover another
leader of the nettie of ALLERDICE?

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COUSINS & HALL

meetings which the Y. Mv. C. A. will
inaugurate tomorrow night in Univer-
sity hall.
President Thompson was the speak-
er at the commencement exercises last
June, and he has spoken in previous
years on the lecture foundations of
the various churches. He was form-
erly president of Miami university,
and in recent years has taken a place
in educational circles as one of the
foremost lecturers and educators of
'the day.
L. C. Reimann, '16, president of the
"Y," who will preside Sunday even-
ing, has announced that a quartet has
been secured, and it is likely that steps
will be taken looking toward the for-
mation of either a permanent chorus
or quartet composed of university
m en.
Plans of the religious education de-
partment of the association will be
announced at the meeting, and an ef-
fort will be made to enroll men in
the religious study and Bible classes
which are to be held this year under
the' auspices of the Y. M. C. A.
His subject has not yet been an-
nounced, but it is expected that he
will discuss some phase of religion as
it applies to the college man.
Women's Organizations
There have been many requests
that the hour of the play ground
course in physical education be
changed from 2:00 o'clock on Friday
to 3:00 o'clock For this reason Miss
Evans asks that all women enrolled
in this course leave a statement in
her office before November 6, as to
the time which they prefer.
Judges for Junior Play Announced
Dean Myra B. Jordan, Dr. H. S.
Mallory, Albertine Loomis, '17, and
Margaret Reynolds, '17, will serve as
a committee to select the Junior Girls'
play, which will be presented in the
spring. The chairman, Margaret Rey-
nolds, asks that all manuscripts be
submitted before November 26, after
which time none will be considered.
Cerele Francais Party Planned
Cercle Francais will have a social
gathering at 8:00 o'clock Monday
evening in the club rooms. A pro-
grain of entertainment has been plan-
ned, and it is hoped that all members
will be present.

MOOTH talk may sound
good, but if you want
what will smoke good, you
Lwant Smooth TobaccoThat's
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the Game.

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FLORISTS

Headquarters for all kinds
of cut flowers and
plants

Phone 115

MRS. FLANDERS S Flower Shop
Phone 1845-M 213 EAST LIBERTY STREET
A Complete Lsine of
Drug Sundries, KOdtk~s
Candies, Perfumnes
ALBEILT MANN, Dru gias
215 Souath Ma In St. Ank Arbor. Mo .

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TYPEWRITERS

Liberty and Main

>al Coke Lumber
Planing Mill Specialties
Interior Finishing
JNO.. J. SAUER
e 2484 310 W. Liberty

TYPEWRITING AND
SHORTHAN D
MIMEOGRAPHING
'Lberything for tie'ypclvriter"
O'." D. MORRILL
(o' r Iim're L'ncl)
S322 S. State St.

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Nvear Clothes
for which you need
neyer apologize.
You'll find my styles
truly Metropolitan.

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$28-° Up.

D. E. GRENNAN
606 LIBERTY STREET, EAST

M US I C For ALL Occasions
CALL DOCK SCHLEEDE
PHONE 310M 340 SO. STATE STREET
B BEST MUSICIANS *

THE Y. M. C. A.'S NEW PLAN
In other years abortive and unsuc-
cessful attempts to establish men's
classes for Bible study on the campus
have been made. Whether the fail-
ures were due to lack of organization,
a poor choice of leaders or an inher-
ent disinterest in the men themselves,
has never been determined. The Uni-
versity Y. M. C. A. has conceived a
plan this year that will take care of
the first two possibilities, and put the#
issue squarely up to the male portion
of the student body.
The latest idea is to make a prac-
tical application of the Biblical teach-
ings to the different studies that are
being conducted on the campus, in
answer to the demand for a more
practical religion that has gained so
much headway in the last generation.
If what the Reverend Mr. RICE says
is correct, the opportunity is one
not to be overlooked.
"America has an unprecedented op-
portunity to serve humanity in the re-
construction period which will fol-
low the European war. She can speak,
not with the voice of Teuton. Saxon.

Appoint Committees for Fresh Spread
The women of the class of 1918, as
hostesses, announce that the 35th an-
nual Freshman Spread will be held
in Barbour gymnasium on the evening
of December 4. The committee con-
sists of the following members:
Helen Aherns, Ruth Bailey, Margaret
Birdsell, Pansy Blake, Helen Brown,
Alice Burtless, Pauline Champlin,
Margaret Cooley, Marian Galton,
Louise Gould, Mabel Hall, Kathryn
Harrington, Ada Heath, Esther Hol-
land, Nona Myers, Marie Paulus, Dor-
othy Pierce, Georgiana jPockman, Va-
lora Quinlan, Ella Ray, Grace Rayns-
ford, Marian Williams and Louise Wil-
liamson. The division into. sub-com-
mittees will be announced later.

When Gas Service gets into your home it
brings Good Cheer, Good Food,
andContentment
Gas Service is as nearly perfect as human .ingenuity
and willingness can make' it.
All that Gas Service asks is the chance to serve.
It btings you light, fuel and warmth at any hour of
the day or night in "ungrudging measure" and sees to
it that you receive them when you want them.
Gas Service doesn't sleep, but it lets you 'sleep with an
easy mind.
ashtenaw Gas Co.

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SAM BURCHFIELD

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The FIRST and BEST Tailoring
Establishment in Ann Arbor
ANNOUNCE
We have an exceptionally fine and varied
line of Woolen- to show you this Fall.

SAM BURCHFIELD & CO.

Lunches delivered.
Call 1107.

Martin guitars, mandolins, ukeleles
and all musical instruments at Schae-
berle & Son's Music House, 110 South
Main street. oct8tf
No Michigan student can afford tol
go through school without keeping an
"M" Book. Lyndon, "The Original
Photographer to Michigan Students."
oct28-29-30

Typewvriter for Renlt or Sale
Students, investigate thisaunsual
proposition. Try a fully guaranteed
Royal rebuilt, famous Model 1 visible
j for a week. Then if you like its beau-
tiful work and easy action, rent it as
long as you wish at $3.00 a month.
After 12 months' rental you own the
typewriter. Save money by promptly
calling A. H. Cohen, resident sales-
man, 711 .Washington street. Phone
1099. oct16eod

Latin or Slav, but with the voice of Prof. Cross Returns From Muskegon
the new American, who is the com- Prof. H. R. Cross, of the Fine Arts
bination of all. If she is to rise to department, returned Wednesday
this unequalled mission she must from Muskegon, where he delivered
have vigorous, Christian college men the closing address to the State Fed-
as leaders." eration of Arts. His talk was on the
-- -subject of "Gilbert Stuart."
MR. C. A. LIGHTNER LECTURES !
ON "PHYSICIAN'S PRIVILEGE" Student Recovering From Operation
George W. Furlow, '19, was operated
"The Physician's Privilege" was the upon for mastoids at St. Joseph's san-
subject of the third of the series of itarium early yesterday morning by
lectures on Medical Jurisprudence Dr. R. B. Canfield, of the Medical
which was given by Mr. Clarence A. school. Authorities at the sanitarium
Lightner, of Detroit, in the law build- stated last night that the patient was
ing yesterday afternoon. ,oing nicely.
Mr. Lightner outlined the evih:icc c:--
in cases before the court ch tE T ,$H;EE I OF YCHIGAN MEDICAL
physician as a witness had . the FACULTY RECEIVE DEGREES
option to withhold at his discretici,
and also the facts which he held in !Dr. H. M. Beebe, of the Homeopathic
confidence as a professional man and :Medical school, was gitnted a fellow-
which he could be held legally liable ship in the American College of Sur-
for divulging. The subject of the geons at the same time that Dr. Dean
lecture for next Friday afternoon will W. Myers and Dr. C. B. Kinyon re-
be on "The Physician's Relation to the ceived theirs, but he was unable to

UNION WILL DECORATE WITH
COLORS OF RIVAL ELEVENS
Co-operating with the plan to be-
deck Ann Arbor, its fraternity, soror-
ity and rooming houses, private homes
and merchants' windows for the game
today, the Michigan Union will
decorate in the colors of Michigan and
Syracuse.
A committee consisting of Chairman
D. A. Finkbeiner, ';t7, E. B. Palmer,
'17, Staats Abrams, '17E, H. A. Tay-
lor, '17E, N. H. Ibsen, '18E, A. E.
Horne, '18, R. H. Bennett, '18, J. H.
M. F. Smallpage, '18E, has been ap-
Thompson, '18, E. C. Warner, '18, and
pointed to take charge of the work.
It has not been the usual custom
to decorate for any but the last game
of the season, but the idea was insti-
tuted in the enthusiasm of "come-
back" week.
Several merchants stated yesterday
that they would be glad to decorate
if they could find students who would
be willing to do the work for a re-'
muneration.
Many Union Letters Remain Unsent
More than 10,000 letters still re-
main to be folded and placed in enve-
lopes at the Michigan Union office, de-t
spite the aid of a number of students
during the past few days. Those int
charge of the national campaign forl
a new clubhouse desire to thank thosel
who have already assisted in thisk
work. The help of students in get-c
ting out the rest of the lot of 30,000
letters will be appreciated.I

"In a hurry7" 'Call Stark, 2255.
octl3eod
Don't fail to' hear the genuine Uku-
lele, the beautiful-tone Hawaiian in-
strument. N Competent Instructors.
Grinnell Bros., 116 South Main St.
Phone 1707. Oct.8-29-30-31-Nov2
FOULK MOVES COSMOPOLITAN
PUBLICATION TO CAMBRIDGE
Fred B. Foulk, ex-'1L, formerly as-
sistant in history, and news editor of
The Daily last year, will continue in
his editorship of the Cosmopolitan
Student at Harvard university this
year.
The publication was printed'in the
Ann Arbor Press building during the
past year, but is being removed to
Cambridge, where Foulk can still be
in charge. He arrived in Ann Arbor
last night for a short visit.
ADELPHI REPRESENTATIVES TO
DEBATE ON SUMMER CAMPS
Members of the Adelphi House of
Representatives will meet at 7:30
o'clock Tuesday night, to discuss in
open debate the following question:
"Be it enacted in the Adelphi House
of Representatives in Congress assem-
bled, that the sum of $1,000,000b e ap-
propriated to defray the expenses of
summer military camps for training
of students in military duties."
Visitors will be welcoie and new
members voted upon.

Law."

take the trip with the other men.

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