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April 18, 1912 - Image 2

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$ TIL MICHIGOAN DAIL!

T H iliI A ( u c ia l - - e wsp a p e r a t th e L i i e r ily
of Michigan. '
Published every imorning except Mton-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Apct of Con-
g;ress of March 3, 1879.

Street I
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IANAGVN(.aEIT.OU.
l~ater R. wr.
Albert It. JPfey
Editors.
! ews Editor B.... arry Z. Fol:
Assistant ......~... Frank Penn ell
Athletic Editor. .. ..... Karl Matthewvs
:assistant, e........... G. C. El1Iredge
Music and Drama .... .Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate Ntewsa Harold G. McGee
Files ...............Emmett Taylor
1"ditor"I~zs.
Arthur B, Mpoehlman Frank E. Shaw
Edwvard G. Kemp Maurice Myers
Night Pdilkors.
Miaurice Toulme Mack Ryan
Wallace We ber C. Harold ippler
H. Beach Carpenter Robert Gillett
li<;Iarters.

is not the caise whenl occupied by even
a muedium. sized class.
The small, undesirably stuffy rooms
in the north wing of University hall
are another examnple. May of these
have windows only upon one side and
there is not even a chance for free cir-
culation of air. An hour spen't in any
onle of theml, especally in mid-winlter',
or real Cwarm w neather wlould convince
the most skeptical of the truth. of the
assertion.
Another hour spent in Sarah Caswell
Angell Hfall, when a class is in ses-
sion, would ailso be enlightening-. The
conditions in the majority of class-
roomns are badl, as expleriene hasprv
enw and they should be remedied as
soon as possible.

100 RACKS

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to select from

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$1'050 -to $8.00
Every one Guaranteed

Vfveracity Boolkstore

Wright and Ditson's Strong

Pliatinuim

Fortsals

Lgenis for the Slot=
hroat Rackets.
lave the most comn-
live in the city.

#CawH ZaUk

Whom You Desire
Prrortraits of~ Ou

7ect
,ing.

our goods
All goods

John Townley
J. Sellig Yellen
Hal C. Taalmadge
Morris 1Milligan
Morton R. Hunter
Chester J. Mlorse
Frank Murphy

Morris Houser
aFred B. Foulk
J. V. Sweeney
Leonard Mv. ?RMoser
Russell H. Neilgon
David D. Huntingr
Mlark F. Finley

Ye E~d expressesi his penitence over
pulling an editorial greeting to spring_
yesterday a. in.
Mlany spring poets haunted our, sane-
turn. for the, open ing. Yesterday,
th aniks 'to the weather and the dog1:
tbere were not so many.

Go to

THE PHOTOGRAF

r Display !Window.

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:hare'sI
S' BOOKSTORE I
wwri t'crs
tale or Rent

I T IN 0
RRILL
e Street

BY NAND AT
5OUTI1 STATE STREET
rCleaned anid Pressed 75c
SUITS PRESSED 25c
OVERCOATS PRESSED 25,

BUSINESS S'TAFF.
assistant to Mgr. . .Joseph Fouchard
Akdvertising Mgr ...Elmer P. Grierson
,irculatlon Mgr.E.. Ray Johnson
Asst. Ads'. Mgr..A. R. Johnscrn, Jr.
Edg 7ar T,. Jaffa .., W. T. Hollands
W. J. Wetterau. J. I. Lipplncott
Emerson Smith'
Wa lt Ad Stations
Press Building; Quarry's Pharmuacy;
Th, University Pharwacy, 1219 S,
University; Van Doren's Phar~macy,
"on Packard Str"eet; The' Brown.- Drug
Store, Main Street. Leave ads at
these stationis before 8:30 p. in. for
next morning's issue.
Subscription prlce: By carrier, $2.50;
By mzall, $3.00.
)F'FICES<: Annu Aroor Preen Building,
Maynard 'Street.
)F'FICE HOM'?S: Manigm Iditor,
1-2 ), in., 10:30-11:30 p 11in-, Bus-
tnW"Ss Manager, 1-E p. rn.
B1otY I'. tue 960
THEURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1912.

Wvell, whrat could y-ou
tweathe r rman on the dayi~
ball ojpening?

expect or a
of the base-

'ant

1 find High-Class
le you will taste
ts. First time in

31S E., Huron

Ple'tlx ur. i ortare.twr

or $15.00 for four weeti,
rooks, Strict C'eanhlness

Concealed amid the incoming m ail
we discover an envelope adorned with
the hieroglyphics of the venerable
President Emeritus" and filled with
iie'vs. For such as Dr. Ang-ell may,
we ever be truly grateful.
JAY I1A1VS CALL MEETII NG TI)
It ElONSI)I~l RBANQUET PLANS
Junior laws will hold a class meet-
ing this afternoon at 4 o'clock in room'
C of the law building to reconsider
their decision to' have their annual
banquet in Ann Arbor instead of in
Detroit or Toledo.
_Many members of the class who de-
sire that the banquet hae held out of
he city, petitioned.~for'the meetin.
P,. Cupid, 1":'(, swm-es Atiher Couplle.
Wal1ter M. Nelson, '12 L, and Miss
Rilla Amsdury, '09-'10, were married
at the home of Dr. Dawson, Saturday,
Akpril 6. The wedding was the culmi-
nation of a six year engagement. Broth
parties are from neighboring towns in
Iowa and have been propminent in la-
bor and socialistic activities in that
section of the country.
_4"CO{)iiI COOKE, 12 E, ACCEPTS
POSITION ON MONTANA FAIM.
George W. Cooke, '12 E, left yes~er-
day for Bozemnan, Montana, where he
wiii take a position on a pea farm.
' The prospects in the job were excel-
lent, a nd Cooke's decision was quicly 1
71adle. In less than twenty-four hours
aftr he decided to go, he boarded the
"2: 38" for Chicago, on his way~ to
flozemana.
In his rfirst year Cooke played on the
Fresh engineer baseball team, andI
was likely material for the Varsity
pitching' staff, but was barred from
getting active in the work on account'
of his college work. 9

Designers of Men's Clothes,. will give you th~e
in

EI ishCuts

WPe Do French Dry and Steam Cie
]PISES ING e .d RE PAI!
FULLER & O'CONNOR Tailors 6191

49.C~e 711iN.

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otice
SPRING HATS
In Coru gated and
Ciotth, in the differ-

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)R. ROEHM
loodward Ave.
r, Detroit, Mich.

Vieatila tion Not Perfect.

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) MAKER OF
Ri.dges, Novelties, Station-
ery, and1 Decorations.
We originate and., tin
zsdesigning emblems for new
organizations.
y . Send fair catalog of Phi Beta Keys
$5.50

WVith all11due respect to the ability
and juadgmetr of Dean Vaughan, re-
laringtheveniafonof campus
?lassrooms., The lichig n Diaily is in-
dlined 'to hold a d (ifferent opinion. If
-Orrectly (not='(, lD<-anV uhan _claim-
ed thiat the only- poorly vent iilated
raooms were thte lec ture room.1 in the
EconomIics building anld one of the
r'oomns in the Law bilding.
The points of disagreem ent are baas-
ed upon actual and constant expleri-
ence, extending over a period of four
years. They extend to nearly every
buildinlg upon the campus, and, in
most instances, conditions are noth-
ing to boast of, let alone perfect. The
Museum lecture room may have good
ventilation when unoccupied but this

enst colorsI
with French Cults,I

Anything
'J. A. GREY. Propricto

Collars to match
SIP ON'S
RUBBER COATS
'varsity Togge'ry
SHOP
1 17 S.'University Ave.
E. J. Lehr

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Fire Leaders-

"The Little Br
Write for free iliusl
PHILIP MORR
402 West Broads
481 St. Catherine

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THIS WEEK

*ii~i~hHeidcaps
Clthare worn by good
Hats dressers.
Desirable new patterns " - ________S pring shipment
that can not be had later A NER 4 a0a State Q has arrived.
~ ~1 L & @~ a Stree

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Store

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AND BEST WAY'.
11 luranigh strictly reliable
e Parties, Dances, Observ-
flivate Calls Both Day and
ates Same as Hacks
cicab Company.,
ISTATE STREET

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Just Reeied
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
FINE CANDLES
In halves and, pounds. Phone pq
your wants.
Vaunborells Pharmacy
703 Paekard St.

Detroit United- Lines
Lniti;fl'm 1t)onto Division Superin-
tenlent Alitn, \ piilanti, of the Detroit
Unlited ?.lines, by officers of Varsity or-
organ izatiens,, the 'movement, beyond the
capacity of the regular service, of any.
grout of students to ~or from Anan Ar-
bor, extra cars and extra service will be
p rufm tly supp(lied._

I l l l O O y C on s , b ua lo ns , 1n r o w in g.
unin u nails, treated and cured.
Everything absolutely art-
tseptic. Office hours. °-12 a mn. 1-5 and T-S P in
MISS E. J. FOLEY
921 E. Huron Street, End North 1 2th
2 Blocks East of High School' - Phone 989.1
COUSI1NS & H AELI

Mlars. J. R.
FA SIIIONABL
Bair Good, Hairdn
FaceI
Raln water Shan
1110 South Univen

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CORNER SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
AND TWELFTH ST. Phones 115

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