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THE MICHIGAN

-DAILY

DAIL

THERE'S A DEAL OF
KNOWLEDGE IN BOOKS
-and far from the least of these, as every successful
person knows, is the bank book.
Acquire the bank book habit and you will succeed.
Pay it by check, it is the easiest and safest 'way.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK
101.105 South Main Street. 380 South State Street
(Nickels Arcade)
Member Federal System

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Sheepskin Coats.
Moleskins, Mackinaws, O'Coats, Crav-
enetts, and Rain Coats
HUNTING COATS - BREECHES
High-Top Shoes, Munson Army and Dress Shoes, Rubber
Boots in Slicker, Knee, Sport and Hip Styles.
JERSEY KNICKER SUITS AND
BREECHES
Remember we are headquarters for Sport, Hiking and Riding
Togs for Ladies and Men and have a large assortment to se-
lect from in Khaki, Whipcord, Corduroy, 0. D., Serge, etc.
Also Sport Hose, Leather an4d Wrap Puttees.
WOOL BLANKETS
Finest assortment of Auto Robes, Steamer Rugs, and Army
Blankets. Priced $2.50 up.
TOM WYE COATS
Also sweaters for Ladies, Gents and Children.
We have the REG. 0. D. WOOL ARMY SHIRTS, also Dress Shirts,
underwear, all kinds of Hosiery and Auto Gloves at less than regular
price.
Surplus Supply Store
213 N.'Fourth Ave.
GILLETTE RAZORS WITH SIX BLADES in handy case at $1.25
"It pays to walk a few blocks"
SUGGESTIONS FOR T HE
H AL LOWE'E N H OST ESS
Witches, Jack-o-lanterns, goblins, ghost
dances, fortune-telling, all go to make an
entertaining Hallowe'en party -- but no
party is a real success without a fitting cli-
max-a midnight supper of dainty dishes

"LET'S NOT SEEK AIBIS"
IN PLACING RESPONSIBILITY FOR
SATURDAY'S DISASTER, SAYS
OBSERVER
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Ever since last Saturday, when
Ohio State so rudely trampled on, or
should L say, passed over, the bones
of the Michigan supporters, a wave of
criticism of the existing state of af-
fairs has swept the campus.
The alibi experts have been busy,
and their success is shown in an
article in The Michigan Daily, stat-
ing that the real reason for our humili-
ation was the poor support given the
team by the students. Since the stu-
dent support is expressed by organ-
ized cheering, responsibility finally
rests on the cheer leaders.
Cheer Leaders Blamed
This editorial is the climax of a
series qt comments on the work of
the yell masters. When tryouts were
first held, several men with no previ-
ous experience, attempted to lead
cheers with very little success, In
addition to being awkward, they were
so desirous of improving with prac-
tice that they made excessive demands
on the enthusiasm of the men in the
stands. This was disastrous. Their
serious and conscientious attempts
received as encouragement a sarcastic
editorial in The Daily, bemoaning the
fact that these beginners were not as
expert as several cheer leaders, and
advising them to be very careful in
calling for cheers, because the Michi-
gan man is very particular about the
correcttime to cheer, and any mistake
is fatal.
With this advice in mind the cheer-
ing has been very carefully regulated, l
.so that the demands of the leaders
might conform more nearly to the
suggestions of The Daily. The cheer-
ing has been given when the Michigan
supporters felt like giving support,
instead of when the team needed it.
Ohio Cheer Leaders Lead
The editorial praises the hearty
support given by the Ohio delegation,
criticises the Michigan attempts, and
blames the cheer leaders for the
failure. Let's be honest. Did it ap-
pear to you that the Ohio leaders
were very careful in selecting the op-
portune moment to ask for cheers? If
our critic noticed the Ohio leaders at
all, he must have realized that they
called for cheers at any and all times
-and were successful. Evidently, at
Ohio, the cheer leaders are allowed to
lead the cheers-without any outside
advice. Possibly the supply of stu-
dent support is not limited, as our
critic would lead us to believe is the
case here at Ann Arbor.
Finally, where was the cheering sec-
tion for Michigan, in the Ohio game?
The South stand was filled with strang-
ers, who did not know Michigan yells
and were not supporting our team any-
way. Why doesn't our critic question
a condition of affairs that puts strang-
ers to Michigan on the 50 yard line
in the South stand, and puts seniors
on the campus in the west end of the
field.
Michigan has lost her first game.
Let's be honest and in place of looking
for excuses, may we try to find the
reason why our team with its person-
nel is unable to make "The Victors"
more than an enticing fable.
(Signed) Campus Observer.
Women Sellnums
For League Tund
"Yellow mums for the .women's
building," is the slogan of the cam-

paign committee of the Women's
league. "Buy your flowers for the
Minnesota game from us and help
make a start for the University of
Michigan League, the home for Michi-
gan women everywhere! Whether you
want one big fluffy yellow mum, or a
coquettish corsage of baby mums they
will be delivered to you fresh on the
morning of the game," say the memb-
ers. "Be ready to give your order when
you are called on. Every mum that
you buy means another brick in the
women's building."
MISSIONARY FROM ORIENT
TO TALK AT HARRIS HALL

44 :ee iau ~ 'sGR (JE II W ATC H ES
JEWELRY
FOR
COLLEGE GIRLS
WHITE SET PINS
ENAMELED PINS
BEAUTY PINS
BAR PINS
PEARL LINKS
WATCH BRACELETS
GOLD SILVER
RIBBON & LEATHER
RIBBON SAUTOIRS
GOLD & SILVER
CHAINS
GOLD & SILVER
PENCILS
RINGS BEADS
BROOCHES PEARLS
HALLER
AND- x
FULLER
STATE STREET
JEWELERS

SATURDAY AFTERNOON-
Michigan will crush Illinois at Urbana amid the
deafening cheers of hundreds of loyal Michigan
supporters.

SUNDAY MORNING-

Scores of eager, enthusiastic, hungry students will
come pouring down to 615 Liberty Street to get
the best rolls, coffee and cereal in town.

What's Going On--

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Just try your Sunday breakfast

AT-

Flowers Restaurant
32 STEPS FROM STATE STREET

WOOL -- Ieaning Style and Comfort

Bramley Style Dresses
-continue to be justly pouplar,
but ours are by no means com-
mon due to the new and original
innovations in colors, trimmings,
and cut. The latest arrivals are
more attractive than ever. $10.75
to $17.50.

HOSE, skirts, scarfs, gloves, and oh -innumerable
other wearables manufactured from wool have become
recognized as extremely fashionable, and coupledwith
their air of style is always the strong feeling of com-
fort which their weairing gives.

Woolen Hose

Attractive and oh so com-
fortable! showing in all
sizes, weights and colors.
$1.50 up.
Woolen Scarfs
A protection as well as an
essential to a sports cos-
tume. They start at $2.50.

Woolen Skirts
Always good looking for
every day wear. Extreme-
ly serviceable. $10 and up

Serge Street Frocks

Woolen Gloves
Gauntlet style, to keep the
nip of chill weather from
wrists and fingers. $1 up.

-come in appropriate styles, featuring
flare skirts and wide bell sleeves. Ev-
ery unique garniture is given free play
with very novel effect and no loss of
serviceability. Clipped wool trims
many and others display beaded em-
broidery. $19.75 and up.

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Four of the

Happiest

makes just the proper finale.

We are pre-'

Years of Your

pared to serve you with an endless variety
of delightful and tasty Hallowe'en special-
ties.

Life!!

TETAEMARKKN OWN EETI
g IC APPLIANCES

A FEW SUGGESTIONS

WILL

HELP

MAKE

THEM SO

NEW FANCY NUTS-
All kinds-shelled and unshelled

PUMPKINS
APPLES
ORANGES

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CHOCOLATES-
Fresh - in all flavors

WHY NOT GIVE YOUR
FRATERNITY OR SORORI-
TY THE ATMOSPHERE OF
A "WELL-RUN HOME" BY
UNIVERSALIZING IT?

HARD CANDIES-

Large assortment to choose from
specially priced

COOIES-

GRAPEFRUIT
BANANAS
GRAPES
FIGS
CRANBERRIES
STRAWBERRIES
ALL SEASONABLE VEGETABLES
NATIVE KILLED CHICKENS
CHOICE CUTS - STEAKS
SUGAR CURED HAMS
CANNED MEATS AND FRUITS

PERCOLATORS
that make the coffee
taste better

Just received large shipment-
Special Hallowe'en prices
HALLOWE'EN GUM DROPS
NEW c1DER
ALL KINDS OF BOTTLED SODAS

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ELECTRIC TOASTERS
that make the "melt-In-the
mouth" kind of toast

EVERYTHING FOR
EVERY PURPOSE
IN THE HOME

A Lesson in Economy-

Just received - Large, Juicy OLIVES - in Original Brine
from Old Seville, Spain
30ept.-5ct qt. -90e % gal. --$1.70 gal. -Jars Free
A VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL SATISFY ALL YOUR
TABLE NEEDS
Weimann -Geisendorfer Co.
5TH AVE. AND E. WASHINGTON ST.
THREE PHONES 1500 ONE NUMBER

The Rev. Samuel H. Littell, rector
of St. Paul's cathedral, Hankow, China,
will be the speaker at a supper for
Episcopal students at 6 o'clock Sun-
day evening in Harris hall.
He will talk on "China, Her People
and Her Problems." Mr. Littell is
familiar with Chinese conditions due
to a lifetime spent in the Orient, and
he is described as knowing China as
few people know it.
Raymond Attends Convention
Dr. W. O. Raymond, of the English
department, is attending. the Michi-
gan State Teachers' association con-
vention in Detroit.

75c saved on 1 suit per week.
40 school weeks.I
$00.00 saving during school year..

MORAL ! !
Press
Your Own.

"UNIVERSAL" Electric Irons Hold More Heat-Longer
'QUALITY.St
Jno. C. Fisoher Co.
ain near Washington-- Washington near Main
UP-TO-THE-MINUTE HARDWARE
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