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THE MICHIGAN DAIL

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THING TO CRITICISE

the suit we make for you. Neither
the material, the style or the tail-
ing will be found the least excuse
r fault finding. We solicit an order
r one of our new model suits, know-
g as we do that it will give such all
cund satisfaction that we will be,
'ur regular tailors thereafter.
V. H. WILD COMPANY
eading Merchant Tailors State St.

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Official newspaper at the Univer.,ity of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class malter.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptions: by carrier or mail, $ . Wo. Want
ad. stationis: Quarry-'s, Students' Supply
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State.
Phones: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
Francis F. MecKinney.. Managing Editor
John S. Leonard.........B.Business 'Manager
E. Rodgers Sylvester.....Assignment Editor
Tom C. Reid ..............Telegraph Editor
Verne Burnett............Telegraph Editor
E. P. Wright................Sports Editor

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MAOLIN CLUB WILL
HAV MANY FEATURESI

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STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Eastern tine, one hour faster
than local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--8:io a.
in. and hourly to 7:10 p. mi., 9:10 p. in.
Kalamazoo .Limited Cars-8:48 a. in. and
every two h-urs to 6:48 p. M.; to Lansing,
K :48 p. rn. l
Local Cars, Eastbound-5:35 a. m., 6:40 a. m.,
7:05 a. in., and every two hours to 7:05 p. in.,
8:05 p. m., 9:05 p. in., 10:45 p. m. To Ypsi-
lanti only, 8:48 a. in. (daily except Sunday),
9:2o a. m., t2:o5 p. n., 6:05 p. in., 11:15 p.
m., 1:15 a. ni., 1:30 a. M.
Local Cars, Westbound-6:12 a. m., 75o a.
mn., and every two hours to 7 : o p. i., 10 :20
. m., 12:20 a. M.
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.
Corner Liberty and Main
Coal Coke Lumber
Planing Mill Specialties
Interior Finishing
JNO. J. SAUER
Phone 244 310 W. Liberty

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Cut Flowers and Plants
For All Occasions
COUSINS & HALL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 1 15

Fdward Mack.......Advertising Manager
Kirk White...........Publication Manager
Y. k. Althseler... Circulation Manager
C'. V. Sellers............Accountano
C. T. Fishleigh ..:Assistant Business Manager
Night Editors
Fdwin A. Hyman Joseph J. Brotherton
Reporters
f. C. B. Parker H. A. Fitz erald
Leonard W. Nieter Martha Gray
Irwin Johnson Lee joslyn
William F. Newton Waldo R. Hunt
Business ta
Albert E. Horne Roscoe Rau
George Nobil
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915.
Night Editors
Lee E. Joslyn Wm. F. Newton
THE REAL BENEFITS
Reports from Union committeemen
who have been out soliciting for funds
sice the close of college last year
show that the real gain to the univer-
!ity is not to be measured in the dol-
lars and cents subscribed to the new
building.
A man who was assigned to the
eastern coast reported that some of
our alumni in that territory had never
heard a direct word from the univer-
sity since they had left years ago with
a diploma. This is in painful con-
trast with the elaborate means re-
sorted to by most of the large univer-
sities in America by which alumni are
kept tightly bound to their alma
mater.
The same condition holds true west
of the Mississipi. In one of the most
prosperous cities located in this ter-
ritory there are two Michigan alumni,
both of whom, in acquiring wealth andI
prominence, have completely lost track
of the institution that made their suc-
cess possible. One of these men had
even made tentative arrangements by
which his estate would be bequeathed
to an institution of learning, but it was
not Michigan. Such examples can
probably be multiplied without num-
ber. Upon whose shoulders the fault
lies is not the question now, for the
remedy has been found.
The Union uncovered these weak-
nesses and at the same time provided
a way in which they could be remed-
ied. We understand that the alumni
organizations brought into being for
the purposes of this campaign will not
be allowed to slip back into the dorm-
ant state in which they were found
last June. They will be kept alive and'
active to continually strengthen the
bonds that hold alumni and univer-
sity together. Measured by this stand-
ard the million dollars to be raised
for the new building is a mere by-
product of the real gain accruing to
Michigan.
INDOOR RIFLE RANGE READY
FOR PRACTICE NEXT MONDAY

Serenaders' Trio, Sextet and Aclilis
Hawaiian Musicians to
Appear at Concert
Featuring the Serenaders' trio,
sextet and Achi's Hlawaiin musicians,
star attractions of the recent Band-
Cer-Tainment, the Mandolin club's
part of the concert to be given by the
concert to be given by the combined
Glee and Mandolin clubs on Decem-
ber 10 promises to be unusually in-
teresting.
This year's Mandolin club should
be exceptionally good as Harold For-
sythe, leader of the club, stated last
night, "The club this year should
easily surpass those of previous
years. The material is better than
usual and interest is high. These
factors oombined with the absence of
any friction assures a splendid or-
ganization.'"
The Serenader's trio needs no in-
troduction to a Michigan audience.
The instantaneous hit which this or-
ganization registered at the Band-
Cer-Tainment proves it to be of un-
usual merit. The members, Frank
Wheeler, '16E, cello; Harold Forsythe,
'17, violin, and Horace L. Davis, '17,
guitar, are well known from their
work in former musical successes.
The Serenader's sextet, conprisin'-
Leonard Aldrich, '17E, saxapjhone;
Karl Macomber, '14, banjorine; Le-
roy Scanlon, '16L, and the members
of the trio, is even more famous than
the latter organization. Macomber,
whose flexible wrist is a never-fail-
ing source of amusement to the audi-
ence, led the club in 1911. The sex-
tet combines ragtime and classica?
music in a pleasing manner.
W. C. Achi, '17L, has been given
charge of the Hawaiian quintet and
is now engaged in weeding out guitar
and ukulele artists who can both sing
and play. He promises to have some
excellent numbers ready in time for
the big show.
The Mandolin club has recently
added a double bass viol which wilk
put a better foundation to it, and,
with two rehearsals a week, should
be in very good shape when the co.i-
cert is given.
OPPOkTUNITY TO ASSIST NEEDY
Inmates of Home Will Welcome Gifts
from Students

I niversity
N ounce of proof is worth
a pouid of argyment A
pipe of VELVET proves more 0
than a page of printo
THANKSGIVING FLOWERS
Table Baskets from 75c to $o(o. Chrysanthemums in all their varied
colors and sizes. Carnations all colors. Corsages, Roses, Violets, Lilies
of the Valley.
For those who arc prevented from being at the family feast there is the thoughtful
sentiment expressed by flowers tel.egraphed and deiveird Thanksgiving morning,
no matter if the dinner talse.e thousands of miles aay.
Orders left with me now%\-ill be forwarded to the local florist by mail, thus saving
telegraph toils.

By PROF. B. F. BAILEY

Trhe Principles of
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MRS. FLANDERS
Phone 294,21

Flower Shop
3 EAST LIBERTY STREET

TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITING AND
SHORTHAND
MIMEOGRAPHING
"T-erything for the Typewriter"
0. D. MORRILL
(ov'r Baltim're :lnch)
h 322 S.State St.

INDIVIDUALITY
Characterizes each garment produced this season,
The cut weave and finish are just right in each
case.
We shall be glad to offer suggestions.
D. E. GRENNAN
MENS'S FINE CUSTOM TAILORING 606 LIBERTY STREET, EAST
Department Paper and Envelopes
All Departments
1,0OsE LEAF PAPER "Any Size"
FxUNTAIN PENS SOLD AND REPAIRED
I. F. SCHLEEDE 340 S. State

This afternoon students and resi-
dents of Ann Arbor will have an op-
portunity to add a touch of happiness
to the decliningtyears of eight old la-
dies, all past the three-score mark,
who live at the Home, 403 North State
street.
Each of these women, through no
fault of her own, is forced to spend
the last of her life away from her own
home. Entrance to this institution re-
quires the payment of from $800 to
$1,000 for a room as long as she may
need it, but the only manner in which
the residents can enjoy even the most
ordinary luxuries of life is through the
)eneficence of more fortunate members
of society.
The Home will be open from 2
o'clock until 6 o'clock today, and all
7isitors will be welcome, as will any
contributions in the shape of viands
of any description.
PATTERSON, FORMER FOOTBALL
CAPkAIN, ANNOUNCES MARRIAGE
George ("Bubbles") Patterson, '14,
captain of Michigan's 1913 varsity,
was married to Miss Gretchen Schrem-
ser on Wednesday, November 17. The
ceremony took place in Detroit and
is somewhat of a surprise to the cou-
plc's many friends.

A Complete Lime of
Dru'g undries, od ks
CazndiJs, Perif me .
ALBS TT A NN119ru gi&
213 South Mair St. Irbov, Zbtec,
When Gas Service gets Into our ome it
brings Goodh Cheer, Coed Food,
and onten o mid
Gas Service is as nearly perfect as human ingenuity
andwillingness can make it.
All that Gas Service asks is the chance to serve.
It brings 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.
Washtina'W GSC

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Further improvements are being
made on the Rifle club's indoor range.
These will be finished by Monday, at
which time the range will be in con-
dition for practice.
The club has in its possession five
new rifles which are being tried out.
to determine the relative accuracy of
each make. Six others, to be used by
the team exclusively, will be ordered
in the near future, and the make will
be decided by the results secured by
the various rifles now being tried out.

Women's Organizations
Those desiring to enroll in swimming
are asked to see Miss Evans at once.
The following telephones have been
installed in the Martha Cook building:
second floor, 217; third floor, 627, and
fourth floor, 270.
Juniors are asked to call on their
freshmen at once.

1.kM BiLlS OF MI DM{IHT SONS
QLARTLI1 SELECIT ) FOR YEIR

SAM BURCHFIELD &

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The FIRST and BEST Tailoring
Estabfishmernt in Ann Arbor
ANNOUNCE
W have an exceptionally fine and varied
'une of Wooler to show you this Fall.
SAM BURCHFIELD & CO.

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Our five dollar shoe line is made
up of lasts very similar to those
of the higher priced shoes.
Every shoe is made for a
young man, and has the style
that a young man requires.
In blac' and new shades
of brown.

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SHOES

sir-nel of Varsity Organization Not
IDetermined; Tryouts Now
Completed
Tryouts for the Midnight Sons, one
of the quartets to be featured by the
Varsity Glee Club this year, have been
completed and the following men pick-
ed: P. A. van Hartesveldt, '16L, first
tenor; Harry W. Kerr, '16, second ten-
or; W. Scott Westerman, '17, first
bass; Harry Carlson, '17,'second bass.
Tryouts for the Varsity quartet are
practically completed, but the person-
nel of the organization is not yet ful-
ly determined.
PROF. L. C. KARPINSKI GIVES
CHESS EHIBITION TONIGHT
Members of the University of
Michigan chess club meet at 6:15
o'clock tonight in room 401 of
University hall. Prof. Louis C. Kar-
pinski of the mathematics depart-
ment will. stage a simultaneous ex-
hibition in which he will play as
many as 20 players at one time.#
Report Repulse of Tenton Offensive
London, Nov. 19.-Both wings of the
Austro-German army on the Russian
front have recommenced the offensive.
-Both- sides admit heavy losses and Pet-
rograd reports that the attack was
thrown back in confusion. Berlin re-
ports the situation unchanged.
In future all cars stop at Goodyear's
Drug Store. tf

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Teaehers oA Commercial
Subjeem prepared at
liammwi sei~ness College
!ss, a z31 an > iAli .e : .

Postpone Engineer Smoker Till Dec. 7
The smoker which was to have been
held by the soph engineers on 'T hurs-
day, December 2 has been postponed
until Tuesday, December 7.

I ,n, of -awaain Records atI
Griunell Bros., 166 Sou Main St. C. H. Cottington, '19, Leaves Hospital
Phone 17t7 for delivery scrice- j Ciles i. Cottingto, '19, who was
confined to the Homtoepattic hospital,
Call Lyndo ror & good Flashlight, suffering with an attack of quinsy, was
oct14eod- UThu disminised from that institution on
22 5 225.5 225 225 Thursday afternoon.

WAGNER & OPANY
State Street
Establisbed 1t848

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