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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NOTHING TO CRITICISE

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

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TH E MIClIIUAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Micinan. Published very moning except
Monday during the university year.

Flowers for Christmas
Ghe NARCISSUS
It Will Grow In Water
CHRISTMAS CARDS
The iM o s t Complete Line i n ,he City
Come In and Lock Over Our Lino
SHHEEHAN
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

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Enteredsat the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptions: by carrier or mail, $2.0. Want
ad. stations : Quarry's, Students' Supply
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State.
Phones : Business, 96o Editorial, 2414.
Jrancis F. MeKinney... Managing Editor
John S. Leonard.......... Business Manager
E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor
rorn C. Reid ...............e'legraphi Editor
Verne Burnett.T....elegraph Editor
L. P. Wright................Sports Editor
J. C. B. Parker.........Assignment Editor
Joseph J. Brotherton ............City Editor
Conrad N. Church ...............Citv Editor
Edwin A. Hyman ...............City Editor
Lee Joslyn ........... ....ity Editor
Irwin Johnson ... ...hr.Efieency Board
Gordon 1). Cooke..........Statistical ELditor
J. L. Stadeker...........Supplement Editor
i'dward Mack.........Advertising Manage!
Kirk Whitr.......Publicationlfagc
Y. R. A ltlss Iar..,.....Circulation Manages
C. V. Sellers... ... .Ace ountan
C. T. Fishleigh ..Assistant Business Manage,
- Niglht Eiitors
Leonard W, Niter t William F. Newton
2 ort~rs
IT, . Fitzgerald William II. Fort
Wald,> 14. i Th Golda Ginsberg
Martha ( ,roy Nat Thomnpso
Jacob M. ]Br4udc W. R. Atlas-
larl Prdee R. T. McDonald
E. A. Baumgarth L. S. IThompson
Bruce Swaney E. L. Ziegler
R. J. Blum A. F Paley
C S. Huntlcy A. Shoeulieh
Business Staff
Albert E. Hore Rncoe Rat
E. C. Musgrave F. I. Satte,
K. S. McCoIl Maxwell Cuttint
GeoCge Nobil
SATUIDAY., I 14 BE:dTlal i Y, 11913.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Eastern time, one hour faster
than local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-8:xo a.
in. and hourly to 7:10 p. m., 9:1o p. m.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. in. and
every two hours to 6:48 p. m.; to Lansing,
9:48 p. m.
Local Cars, Eastbound-5:35 a. m., 6:40 a. M.,
7:05 a. m., and every two hours to 7:05 p. m.,
8:o p. m., 9:05 p. m., 10:45 p. m. To Ypsi-
,anti only, 8:48 a. n. (daily except Sunday),
!0:20 a. in., 12:05 P. in., 6:0$ P. Mi., 11:15 p.
M"1t :15 a. m., 1:30 a. m.
Local Cars, Westbound-6:12 a. m,, 7:So a.
m., and every two hours to 7:50 P. '1t., 0 :o
p. m., 12zo a. M.
The Ann Arbor Saings Bank
Organized 1869
Capkial........,,..$ 300,000.00
Surplus ....... 150,000.00
Resources gver ...$3,00,000.00
Banking In sall branches
Main Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Huron Sts.
Branch Office, 707 North Univ-
ersity Avenue.
Corner Liberty and Main

D 911L'5 VIEW OPPOSED
H. B. TEEGARDEN TAKES ISSUE
WITH COMMUNICATION ON AN-
GELL MATTER
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
In reply to Mr. Darnall's communi-
cation of Thursday morning, I would
call attention to the following:
1. His fox terrier analogue is with-
out pertinence. Mr. Angell stated
specifically that he was not against
preparedness (even fox terrier pre-
paredness) and to show his entire
consistency with his former position,
let me quote, as did Mr; Lane, from
his, "The Great Illusion," page 344:
"So long as the current political phil-
osophy in Europe remains what it is,
I would not urge the reduction of the
British war budget by a single sov-
ereign."
2. Mr: Darnall's statement, that the
general sentiment of the student body
is in favor of The Daily criticism, is
manifestly unfounded. Not more than
ane twenty-fifth of the student body
Attended the lecture, and hence could
liave no clear idea of the situation on
wvhich The Daily's criticism was based.
If he means that they are in favor of
he general policy of preparedness,
certainly a small majority of 100 out
f 2,000 votes cast--one-third of the
student body-is extremely shaky
ground ,n which to base such an as-
3ertion,
3. His statement that the majority
f those who attenlded the lecture fa-
rored Prof. Van Tyne, et al is even
more unfounded. The audience,
throughout the controversy, applaud-
ad not Prof. Van Tyne, but Nornau
Angell.
4. No one is complaining because
.he professors asked questions of Mr.
ingell, or even disagreed with him.
Is Mr. Angell said, that is one of the
;reat values Qf lecture, and it is
egrettable that it is not done more
)ften. If they could have made evi-
-ent by their courteous questions, that
he speaker was wrong in his prom-
ses or conclusions, they would have
oeen entirely within the province
.vhich had been allotted to them by
:he speaker, But the unpardonable
:hing is that a questioner should take
idvantage of this privilege to accuse
the speaker of willfully juggling facts
to his purpose, an affront which is
c'quivalent to accusing him of delib-
crate falsehood; and then, not satis-
ied with this, should rise, deliberately
turn his back upon the speaker, and
eave the room. At least he might
lave shown the tolerance of the
,peaker that the speaker did of him.
H. B. TEjEGARDEN, 117.

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Have yoi see %it?
The Michigan Calendar

FOR 1916. EASILY THE BEST EVER PUT OUT.
HANDSOME CHlRISTMAS GIFT
PUT IN ENVELOPE POR
MAILING
Price , 50oc

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IThe Beauty of Mydusiness Is

WIN

We Have 0
FULL LINE OF
Out Flowers and Plants
For Al l ocasiono
COUSINS &HALL.
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 115

Coal CokeLumber
planing Mill Specialties
Interior Finishing

Night Eidtor , larl Pardee-
THE WINTER SLOTH
Comes now the season, lauded by
writers past and present, when the.
blood flows racingly through the veins,
cheeks tingle, eyes sparkle and physi-
cal man is tuned up sveral degree,
above normal. It is all very well ir
theory, and such things do happer
when We stay out doors long enough
But the trouble is that no one stay,
out. Instead of tuning up we turn(
down. We pick out the softest chair,
in the warinest corners and whil(
away spare hours with fiction and to-
bacco. As a consequence we are logy,
appetiteless and apt to fall asleer
over text-books and theses,
The gynl is inadequate, that is true
yet it offers a partial solution for the
drudgery and sameness of winter life
in a college town. There is indoor
baseball, basketball, handball, boxing
wrestling, fencing and gym work-a
variety wide enough to stimulate thE
most unenthusiastic. And if these fail
there is the intramural department
always open to practicable sugges
tions. If you don't see what you want
ask for it,
THINKS CLASS TOQUES ABUSES
JUNIOR URG,S THAT MERCHANTF
RESTRICT SALE OF 11EADGEA11
TO STUDENTS

FLOWERS FOR
Co's ige Bouquets
Baskets of Flowers
MRS. FLANDERS
Phone 294
Qpen Su'days.,9 to 12

A Complete Lie of
Drug Sundries, Kcd ks
Candies, Perf nmes
ALBERT MANN, Dru st
215 South MReax St. Ann Arbor-,Me.

ALL OCCASIONS
F1 ral Designs
From 75c to $15.00
Flower Shop
21t E AS f LIBERY ST AE4 T
FLOWERS D LIVEstD

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Phone 2484

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.14 W.,Liberty

MORWAMUMOMM"

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At holiday time you feel the need of a Dress
any other season of the year. It's the timer
the best, and only the best.

Suit more than
when you need

A Custom Tailored Dress Suit will leave no chance for
embarrassment or self consciousness.

$50.00
Full Silk Lined

D. E. GRENNAN
REAL CUSTOM TAILOR,
606 E. LIBERTY STREET

Department Paper and Envelopes'
All Departments
LOOSE LEAF PAPER "Any Size"
FOUNTAIN PENS SOLD AND REPAIRED

I. F. SCHLEEDE

340 S. State

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SAM BURCH FIELD & CO.
The FIRST and BEST Tailoringf
Establishment in Ann Arbor
ANNOUNCE
We have an exceptionally fine and varied
line of Woolerm to show you this Fall.
SAM BURCHFIELD & CO.

Editoi, The Michigan Daily:-
There is perhaps not a single Mich-
igan man who has not witnessed the
disconcerting and distressing spec-
tacle of newsboys, wagon-drivers and
day laborers wearing with apparent
unconcern the regulation university
toques. That this practice is unfair
to the students and their traditions, as
well as being a silent slur on univer-
sity dignity, is, I am sure, the opinior
of most sensible people. But that any-
thing in particular can be done to stor
it is far from the general belief.
It is true that the student body
cannot compel nor even request the
clothing stores to desist from selling
toques to those not in attendance a'
the university, but I think that if th<
merchants really knew how everyx
Michigan man feels about this nuis-
ance they would make some effort tc
restrict the sale of class headgear tc
proper purchasers. It is not neces-
sary that a cent's worth of business
be lost to the stores; there are plenty
of other sorts of toques that may bc
sold to town boys.
All that is asked is that some in-
quiry be made, Ana some discretion
exercised, by Ann Arbor's merchants
when selling to those not known to be
students. A greater confidence and a
deeper respect is bound to be felt by
the student body for the city's busi-
ness men as a result of this much-
desired action,
WM. THEO, ADAMS, '17.
House party time is drawing nigh
See us for party Taxi Service. We
have the equipment. We are prepared
to take care of you efficiently. stark
Taxicab Co. Phone 2255. ,ov16tf

Women's Organizations
There will be a meeting of the
Board of Representatives at 9:00
)clock this morning in Barbour gym-
Aasium
Miss Evans and Miss Wood will be
it home to university women from
:00 to 5:30 o'clock today in New-
)erry Residence,
Sophomores who 1bve not paid their
+reshman squad dues are asked to
to so at once,
'LLNESS FORCES PROF. J. S.
REEVES TO REMAIN AT HOME
Prof. Jesse S, Reeves, head of the
lepartment of political science, was
suddenly attacked Wednesday by a
serious affection of, the chest and
lungs. Physicians called to his bed-
side Wednesday night thought that an
ittack of pneumonia was inevitable,
>ut Mrs. Reeves said yesterday that
lue to the quick attention received,
Professor Reeves would probably be
tble to resume his work today.
The work carried on by Professor
Reeves while in Washington last week
in the interests of the Carnegie insti-
tute, was of an important nature, as
the boundaries and claims to valuable
:ands had to be worked out and estab
lished. It is thought that his illness
was brought on by the long and un-
pleasant journey.
Montenegro Desires Separate Peace

Direct from the maker to you
middleman's profits.

Wash tenaw Gas Co.

with

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Genuine Gas Coke is
Almost Ashless

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Stop in at Pop's
for a good Meal or a Lunch
Good Line POP BANCROFT
of Candies 7222 M..re St.

It contains a smaller percent of waste than
any fuel on the market.
Therefore it is the most efficient.

Cigars
Tubacco

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TYPEWRITING
MIMEO4,RAPHIMG
MULTIGR APHING
Hamilton Business College
State andoWiliams
Ten cents rents a good Eastman
Kodak, any size you want. Lyndon',
719 N. University. oct10sat-sun
Your girl back home will like a
distinctive box ;of candy. Why not
get some luscious Maize and Blue
chocolates from Bloomfield's? decl1,12
Polish your floors with Old English
Floor Wax. C. H. Major & Co, Phone
237. edtdec2l
2255 2255 2255 2255

MICHIGAN CHAPTER RECEIVES
REPORT ON "PECK" INCIDENT
Denials of the report to the effect
that Stuart Peck, a Wesleyan fresh-
man, died shortly after his initiation
into the Chi Psi fraternity have been
received by the Michigan chapter from
both his father and President Shank-
lin of Wesleyan. Mr. Peck had been
ill in the summer and autumn and had
undergone two operations, and when
he entered college late in the fall, he,
wws never iniuated as it was quite
doubtful if he would remain in col-
lege.
Season skating tickets now $3.00.
After Dec. 15, $3.50.. Weinberg's
Skating Rink. dec 10,11,12

BuTTERMK FOOls SPOTTERS
American College Man Doesn't Know
GIild -Beverage From Beer
Peoria, Ill., Dec. 10.-A jury of
:ankers at Peoria, Ill., has decided
that the American college boy can't
cell the difference between beer and
buttermilk. The jury of bankers ac-
quitted Frank Webber, a saloonkeep-
.r, of selling liquor to two student
'spotters'" on Sunday. The students
testified that they had been served
'drinks" which they thought were
aither beer or whiskey. One of the
oys confessed that he had once taken
a drink as medicine and thought that
te could remember the taste.
Alumnus and Alumnae of '13 Wed
News has been received of the mar-
riage of Erwin T. Otis, '13E, to Elsa
M. Maroney, '13, at Chelsea, Mich. The
couple will reside at 115 South Elev-
enth street, Pottsville, Pa.
Students, for the most safe, speedy
reliable economical Parcel and Mes-
ienger service, call 2028. novtl
Good Printing-The Ann Arbor Press.

COCHRAN TO

SPEAK SUNDAY

3peaker Interested in Student Work
Movement; Spoke Here in 1906
Joseph William Cochran, secretary
of the Presbyterian board of education,
Philadelphia, will speak at the Pres-
byterianschurch at 7:30 o'clock tomor-
row night.
Mr. Cochran had planned to be here
Lwo weeks ago, but owing to the se-
vere illness of his son he was unable
to come. He was in Ann Arbor in
1906 and at that time made a favor-
able impression as an earnest and
:orceful speaker.
Mr. Cochran is interested in the stu-
dent work movement and was one of
the originators of the plan in the
United States. The speaker was in-
strumental in bringing about a closer
relation between university students
and the churches in Ann Arbor.
Roy K. Hamilton, grad, is arranging
a special musical program for the
meeting Sunday night.

Berlin, Dec. 10.-According to dis-
patches received here, Montenegro
lesires a separate peace. King Nicho-
las has handed to the entente -ambas-
sadors a document suggesting a sep-
arate peace for Montenegro wlbch
was represented as being exhausted
The ambassadors replied that in such
a case they would break off diplomat-
ic relations and withhold the assist-
ance that had up to this time been
given Montenegro.

Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's, The Inn Keeper. A new booklet
310 South State. oct23tf by Mr. Lloyd C. Douglas, acceptable
holiday gift, published and for sale by
Shoes repaired while you wait. d. the James Foster House of Art. Price
G. Andres, 222 S. State. tues-eod 15 cents. edtdec2l

We set glass. C. H. Major &
Phone 237. edtdee
Ice and roller skating at V
berg's Rink now. dec10.

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