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THE MICHIGAN DAI.L*T

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THEJLARGEST ASSORTMHENT
of fine woolens in the city is here; for
your inspection. We think you'll
agree that never have you seen clas-
sier fabrics. Tailoredc in our inimi-
table style in a suit to your measure,
they will make you as smartly dressed
as any man ini town.
G. H. WILD) COMPANY
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THE MICHIGAN iJAILY
Cfhcial newspaper at the University of
M;ichigao. Pub, Ilished ever y morning except
Monds ay duuring the univc:-sity year.
I is erd at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
-.cry; 'l-C1o:2' S n' at'rr.
()fice: A.nn :arbor Press Building. Sub-
sc. iat . " : by carrier or mail, $2.50. Want
:=d. So os Quarry's, Students' Supply
S-Iore,'The., Delta, cor. Packard and State.
lhn : Business, 960o; Editorial, 2414.
Francis F. Mc~inney ...Managing Editor
john S. feonard.......... Business Manager
E.I, Ro! :,..Sylvester..Assignnent JEd'tor
Toin C. l i...............Telegraph Editor
Verne Ihii~t.............'e'legraph Editor
1!,. P. Wright........ ........ Sports Editor
Edward M.ack .........Advertising Nianager
Kirk Wh 1.ite ..,.........Publication Manager
Y. y. .%Al t eler... Circulation Manager
C. V. lle: a.............. .....A\ceountari
C. T. . Fishleigh . . Assistant Business M lanager
Night Editors
C. N. Church Edwin A. Hlyman
Joseph J. Brotherton
Reporters
1. C. R. lParker I lealey IIill
Leonard t1\. Nieter 1Marha (Ira.
Irwin Johnson Lee Joslyn
Nvil'jaru 1. Newton Waldo R. Hunt
Business Staff
Albert E. Horne

Unitarian ChurchI
10.:30-Morning service- with ser-
mon by Rev. R. S. Loring on The
Larger Faith of T(-. ay.
1'1:45-Mrs. Bodmer speaks to the
Social Service Class on Problems of
the Probation _Officer.
4:00-Because of the 11111 Auditor-
ium service there will be no Young
People's Meeting.

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DI'TOIT UNITED LINES
B c' ecn Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars rtun on Eastern tine, one hour faster
tihan local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--S:io a.
m. and hourly to 7 :10 p. ni., 9 :Io p. M.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:4.8 a. in. and
every two h' urs to 6:48 P. in.; to Lansing,
5:45 P. ni.
Local Cars, Eastbound- :,35 a. mn., 6:40 a. in.,
7:o5 a. in., and every two hlours to 7:05 P. in.,
8:o5 P. Inl., q :05 p. m., 10-45 p. mn. To Ypsi-
lanti only, 8:48 a. In.. (daily except Sunday),
9:2o a. Mn., 12:05 p. rn., 6:o5 P. in., i 1 :i5 p.
Mn., 1:15 .mi., i :3o a. in.
Local Cars, Westbound-6 :r2 a. in., 7 :5o a.
ni,,, anal every two hours to -7:50 p. in., 10:20
'1 heA f Arbor Savings Bank
E -.Organiked 1869
Ctpisl....... $ 300,000.00
~url~t........... $ 150,000.00
Resoicesover .. . $3,000,000.00
hting in all branches
i~ti O'iee, N. IV. Corner Main
i .nd Huron Sts.
a if iice, Z707 North Univ.
f ersity Avenue.
OHAPMA S JEWELRY STORE
F~r lar :luIcks and Michigan Pins
1 3 SO. MAIN STREET
F. IV AND 'TRY OUR
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GANSLE, The Tailor
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WAX KINGCAI..0
814 S. State St. Phone 1244-M
FIRST NATL. BANK OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital $ioopooo Surplus and Profit $$6.5,ooo
DIR ECTORS:
WIRT CORNWELL WVALDO M. ABBO'rT
GEO. W. P'ATTERSON ITARRY M. H3AW GEY
S. W.'CLARKSON HTARRI SON SOULE
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220 Chapin St. Phone 8og9M
The Farmiers & Mechanics Bank
South Main Street State Street Office
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1915
Night Editor
Edwin A. Hyman
FOR THE LACK OF A LEADER
Now that the last game is over and
the history of the present football sea-
son closed, we will probably be del-
uged with post-mortems and alibis.
The season has been a bad one. No
amount of whitewashing can cover up
that fact. And it is hard to reconcile
with the roseate predictions of last
spring and this fall.
To our minds, the fault does not lie
with the coach or the coaching system,
Nor was the student body lacking in
its support. The weakness lies in the
lack of a single aggressive unit, or
field leader, about whom to build a
winning combination. It cannot be
said that the individual members of
the team didn't fight, but it can b.
said that the team as a unit didn't
fight.
The Cornell game furnishes the best
example At the beginning of the third
quarter, the squad emerged from the
club-house literally tongue-lashed into
a unit by the coaches. They had found
a leader in te dress jng-rocn. The
brand of football that was shown then
was as unbeatable as it was transitory.
A sudden fumble broke the spell and
threw the team into the same demor-
alization that had marked the early
stages of the game. There was no
leadler this time to lift them back to
the plane of teamwork.
For the remainder of the gaze they
acted Blic a team of harassed horses
on a heavy hlli. When the leaders
took the collars the wheelers sat down
in the breechings. When the tackles
charged successfully the guards would
be too late and an opposing forward
would filter through to crumple the
Michigan offense before it could be
launched.
So it was the season through. At
this writing we have not heard the
details of the story from Pennsyvania.
That game may have discovered the
leader who will be the mainstay of
next year's Varsity.
AMERICANS WIN TWO NOB3EL
PRIZES O FFERED) IN SCIENCES
London, Nov. 13 - Prof. Max von
Lane, of Frankfurt-on-Main, a citizen
of the United States, has been an-
nounced as recipient of the Nobel
prize of physics for 1914, according to
a Reter dispatch. The prize was giv-
en chiefly because of the professor's
recent discovery of di-fraction rays in
crystal.
Prof. Theodore William Richards of
Harvard University, has been awarded
the Nobel prize for chemistry, for fix-
ing the atom weights in chemical ele-
inents.
SONGS OF "TILE ONLY GIL" DRAW
APPLAUSE OF THEATRE GOERS
Among teecony engaging numbers
contained in the brilliant score of
"The Only Girl", which proved a suc-
cess at the Whitney Theatre last night
and which aready have found great
popularity are: "The More I See of
Others, Dear, the Better I Love You",
"When You're Away," "When Your
Ankle Wears the Ball and Chain" and
"You're the Only One For Me."
('lark to Nake Speaci For Wilson
Washington, D. C., Nov. 13-Champ
Clark, speaker in the United States
1House of Representatives, has been
scheduled to snake the nominating
speech for President Wilson at the
coming Democratic convention. Speak-
er Clarkh aisn
er Clark has intimated that there
will be a solid Missouri sentiment to

slipport Wilson and his Democracy:
also that there will be harmony in the

FESHMEN__ICIIMIZED
'JOKERS PLAY PRANK ON WORKNG
STUDENTS, SAYS SECRETARY OF
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Editor The Michigan Daily:
The attention of this bureau has
been called to the acts of a couple of
practical jokers who last Monday
called up a large number of working
freshmen and had them report under
the aithority of this bureau to places
where there was no work.
Probably these men did not realize
at the time of their joke that much
hardship was caused these fellows by
makin~g them lose a great deal of time,
and also, in the case of one fellow, the
near loss of his board job. We ask
them to think next-time of the other
fellow before they cause further hard-
ship.
PHILIP C. LOVEJOY, '16.
Lovejoy is employment secretary of
th"2 Students' Christian association.
American Students Are
not Interested in Life
Emma Godman Scores Our Students
as _Being. Sluggish and
Superficial
"The American college student is
sluggish and superficial. In Europc
the universities are the seat of intel-
lectualism and the students are the
banner bearers of radicalism. You
American students are not even inter-
ested in life."
This is the indictment of Emma
Goldman, the noted anarchist, in an
interview yesterday.
"How can you expect to learn about
lffe if you will not see the facts around
you?" she continued. "You keep your
girls as secluded in college as in the
own homes. Any girl who is afraid
to be on the street after dark because
it Is improper is not worth her salt.
The telephone girl has to do it, but
the college girl does not know her
poor sister exists at all. She closes
her eyes to life and tries to learn from
books."
"I can remember," said Miss Gold-
man, "when I first came to Ann Arbor,
five years ago. We nearly had a riot
that time. It was an endurance race
to see who could stand out longer, the
yelling, stamping boys who filled the
hall, or I on the platform. I won, and
they ended by giving me a college
cheer.
"Since then, things have improved.
Students all over the country are be-
ing influenced by industrial problems,
strikes, riots, and labor organization.
Even the faculty approve of some of
my sentiments now.',
Miss Goldman came to Ann Arbor
from Pittsburg where she addressed a
mammoth open air meeting of the
Westinghouse men. She is to return
there and give a course of lectures on
the modern drama, speaking one night
in Pittsburg and one night in Wash-
ington, where numbers of government
employees are interested in her cause.
Miss Goldman spoke twice yester-
day to large audiences during the af-
ternoon and evening in Woodmen's
hall.
MANY MISS LIBERTY BELL
lelay in Unloading Relic Causes
-Crowds to Leave
San Diego, Cal., Nov. 13.-The Lib-
erty bell arrived here early yesterday
afternoon. While thousands thronged
the streets waiting to see the famous

relic, it remained for two hours in
the railroad yards because of difficul-
ties in unloading it from its special
car.
Most of the crowd had dispersed
when it finally was escorted by two
troops of United States cavalry
through the streets and the grounds
of the Panama-California exposition,
where it will remain three days.
It will go back to Los Angeles on
Monday and thence east.
Another Big Powder- Order
,Wilmington, Del., Nov. 13.-The Du-
Pont Powder company, according to
trustworthy 'information, has received
an additional $65,000,000 powder order
from the entente allies. The company
officials today would not confirm or
deny the report.

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li~tI it. T IN FOOTBALL GAM~E
Ut~coe-~for Hours Following In-
ir t.1[ead; is Improving
arry Ir Bell, '16L, sustained what
at IrsI ~ned a serious injury in a
fraternity football game staged on
south FPerry field yesterday afternoon.
Bell was kicked on the head while
tacking a runner, and although he
was able to walk home assisted by his
team-mates, he remained in an uncon-
scious state for almost four hours.
Dr. C. B. Stouffer, of the University
H-ealth Service, was called immeliately
anJ stated that there was no dagger
of concussion of the brain. It was*-
ported late last night that Bell viagt
improving.

JUNIOR MEDIC COMMIHTTEES
APPOYNTEI) FOR ENSUING YEARt
President T. L. Tolan, of the junior
medical class, recently appointed the
following committees for the ensuing
year:
Social committee --D. K. Bacon,
chairman; B. Sellows, J. Bowcock, and
A. Grierson.
Financial committee-J. R. Smith,
chairman; J. Norton, H1. Lundgren, L.
McCandlass, and J. I-I. Smith.
Plans for an all medical smoker, to
be held soon, are being formulated.
Wa"ir Subject of CoslnopoliF~raln Debte
Members of the Cosmopolitan (lu)
'will debate oil the subject, "Is War
Futile fronm the Economic Point of
View?" at the Unitarian church at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon. J. N. Hadjisky,
'16E, will oppose Otto T. Kreuser, '17.
Hernandez, grad., will also speak on
the subject.
"In a hurt "r" Call 'Stark, 2255.

PICK FOURTEEN NEW MEMBERS
FOR YEAR'S VARSITY GLEE CLUB
Since the publication of the first list
of men chosen for the Glee club four-
teen additional men have been chosen
to replace those found to be ineligible.
Following are the new men:
A. J. Gornetzky, '17; E. H. Felt, '18;
J. B.'Comstock, '18L; Chase Sikes, '16;
W. C. Mooney, '19E; W. R. Atlas, '18;
Harry Liebeskind, '18; F. W. Peterson,
grad.; J. E. Bloomstrom, '17; S. Leon-
ard,' '18; H. N. Schmidt, '16; M. C.
Wood, '17; F. P. Surgenor, '16; Scott
Leman.
Redecorating Hlomeopathiic Hospital
All the walls of the interior of the
Homeopathic hospital are being enaw-
eled in white and the woodwork
throughout the building is being paint-
ed mahogany. The white enamel A111
be a decided improvement over the y x_-
lowish green that previously adorned,
the walls of the institution.
Typewriters of all makes, rebutilt
and second-hand, for sale at $1C. t j
upwards. Liberal terms, Typewriters
of all makes for rent, $1.50 per. monte
four months, $5.00 and upward.,W
make a specialty of Underwood typ-
writers and "Everything for the Type
writer." 0. D.~ Morrill, 322 South St.-t;
street (over Baltimore Dairy Lunch.
oct3l-eod
CLOTHIWG
t rou the House of Ruppenktime~r
sate by 1. F. Allen k Co., if&t:-
Pianos to rent. Prices and pia ,"
right, at Sch'aeberle & Son's Ml "
[louse, 110 South Main street. oc,
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