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with the originator of
the new process of
die stamping to offer
a 2 quire box of pa-
per and envelopes,
paper embossed in
gold. This offer is
without doubt the
greatest ever given.
The price of a regular
die is $2.50 to $4.oo.
Our Priee $1.25

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE HIT OF TH
Official newspaper at .the University of Mich-
igan. Published every morning except Mon-
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan wider Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
Ii. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 2414.
Maurice Toulme . .....Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ...........Business M1anager
H. Beach Carpenter...........News Editor
Gordon Eldredge...........Sporting Editor
Fred Foulk ..............Assistant to Editor W

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Leonard Rieser ........Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill......... Music and Drama
Harold Abbott..................Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson...........Women's Editor
EDITORIALS

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NIGHT EDITORS of the system; the dregs have been
Leo Burnett yester Lang untouched. We leave them for some
lenr. M ey Guy Wls future staff-but with the firm convic-
Ilenry Rfumme jbi isu
On Sport Staff I tion that they will ever remain un-
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
T. Hawley Tapping F. M. Church touched, providing the present admin-
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER istration continues, and is followed by
Sherwood Field yiarry Johnson an equally broadminded regime.
REPORTERS Faculty control, with us, has been
P. F. Thompson J. M. Barrett an early heart-to-heart talk with our
C. A. Swainson D. R. Ballentine administration and the university's ad-
R. S. Collins Leon Greenebaum
C. L. Kendrick W. A. P. John ministration, a reminding of responsi-
E. C. Roth H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller Charles Weinberg bilities, an expressed hope for a con-
Willis Goodenow I stant use of common sense, with a ref-
BUSINESS STAFF erence to the ultimate ideals of the
F. G. Millard Russell Rrunyan
W. R. Carpenter R. J. 11Ifmann university and The Michigan Daily.

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the same as ONE DOL-
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To everyone ordering a Suit or Overcoat during this sale we
you absolutely FREE a pair of $6.00 Trousers of the same iuateria
or different, just as you like.
Anyone who expects to live and wear clothes cannot afford
this once in a life time opportuhity,
We guarantee to save you $io to $15 on every order you plat
store. Come in and be convinced.
The Quality 'tailors
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I. Hasee R.G.Shelon Other organizations have complain-
ed to us. Their complaints have made
TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1914. us the more appreciative. We have
Night Editor-T. Hawley Tapping. bemoaned circumstances with them
and in the same breath thanked our

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SENIOR PICTURES. lucky stars on our own account.
For many years it has been the cus- * * * * * * * * * * *
tom for graduating classes in various * OF INTE REST TO WOMEN. *
departments to present combined pic-
tures of their members to their re- * * * * * *
spective departments. These have been A second semester class in fencing,
hung in the several buildings. Now, open to senior, junior and sophomore
however, there seems to be some ob- women, is now being formed at Bar-
jection to the continuance of this prac- bour gymnasium. The normal class
tice in its present form. In the first in folk dances and playground games.
place, the classes are getting so large which was given the second semester
that it is almost impossible to con- of last year will again be offered.
struct frames that will be sufficiently 'omen who wish to enter these class-
strong to last for many years. They es are asked to register at once at
are usually hung high upon the walls Miss Bigelow's office. The swimming
where it is almost impossible to dis- schedule for the new semester is no.
tinguish individual membors. In the posted.
second place, in the law building at*
least, so many class pictures have been Miss Marian White, '93, now pro-
hung upon the walls that there is now fessor of mathematics in Kansas uni-
almost no place left for the classes versity, has been appointed acting
which are to come in succeeding years, dean of women for the University of
Mr. Wilfred B. Shaw, secretary of Michigan for the summer session of

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Varsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Box
of M. Milk Chocolates,60Cents TheIn
on The Red Box
ie Make Them in Our OwniClean Candy Shop. They're Simply Delicious.

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BE
TUIIE P O PU LAR P LA CE

CKY BLUE BOOKS FOR EXAMS
Calling Cards-Lowest Prices
Get your fountain Pens repaired at the
PEN HOSPITAL
t iniss your exams-Buy an ALARM CLOCK

the alumni association, has a plan
which will serve the double purpose of
obviating the present defects of the
system while keeping the time-honor-
ed custom itself.
He suggests that the senior classes
get together and purchase a large
filing case to be located in Alumni
Memorial hall in which all the class
pictures of the past and future may be
kept intact. A plan of this kind would
allow classes like the senior lits who
have no place for their picture at pres-
ent to follow out the custom inaugu-
rated by other departmental senior
classes.
We consider this to be an admirable
suggestion. It would serve in future
years as a record of Michigan gradu-
ates and would undoubtedly become
a valuable historical service.
OUR CONTROL.
The Michigan Daily has "labored"
under faculty control for years and
years. Faculty control, technically
speaking, is a tradition, almost a the-
ory with us.
We have drunk deeply of the sweets

1914.
* * *
The women's league will give its an-
nual circus on Friday, February 13.
Freshman women have chosen Febru-
ary 14, for their party in honor of the
juniors. April 2 is the date selected
for the annual women's banquet in
Barbour gymnasium.
* * *
Mrs. Arthur Smith, 1008 Oakland
avenue, will be at home to college
women from 3:00 to 5:30 o'clock this
afternoon.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Symphony Gives Concert.
The concert which the University
Symphony orchestra gave last night
in the high school auditorium, serves
as a good ilustration of the popular'
saying that "practice makes perfect."
When this organization appeared early
in the year, the result was distinctly
disappointing. Last evening, howev-
er, though it came far from reaching
absolute perfection, the orchestra
played remarkably well. Under the

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leadership of Samuel P. Lockwood, it
illuminated Svendsen's strangely neg-
lected Symphony in D major, partic-
ularly in passages of sustained melo-
dy. Mozart's sparkling overture to
"Figaro's Wedding" was equally fine.
in the hands of Miss Marion Struble
and Miss Thelma Newell, accompanied
by a double quartet of strings, a con-
certo for two violins, by Bach, receiv-
ed*inadequate treatment.
The feature of the concert was the
last number on the program, Liszt's
"Todtentanz." Mr. Albert Lockwood
played the music allotted to the piano
brilliantly, while the orchestra accom-
paniment was no less commendable.
The total effect was tremendous.
"When Dreams Come True." .
When "When Dreams Come True"
comes to the Whitney theatre in
March, the star of the organization
will be Joseph Santley, the clever
singer and dancer. Others prominent
in the cast are May Vokes, remem-
bered for her work in "A Knight for
a Day" and "The Quaker Girl"; Dor-
othy Maynard who made a personal
success in John Sousa's ill-fated "The
American Maid"; and Richard Taber,
a clever juvenile. Among the songs,
"When Dreams Come True" is consid-
ered the most catchy.
INTERCOLLEGIAl E
Pennsylvania.-Battery candidates
to the number of sixteen, are already
working out at the gymnasium under
Coach Thomas, Football candidates'
are working out daily outdoors, the
work being confined to punting and.
running principally. There are 69
Varsity candidates working out daily
for the track team.
Minhesota.-Petty thievery about the
campus is- giving the university au-
thorities considerable trouble. It is
not known whether students or outsid-
ers are the vandals.
Chicago.-The suggestion of buying
class pipes in the second year insteadl
of waiting until the senior year, has-
met with the approval of the sopho-
more class.

um,capable of accommnodt
er number of men, is bei
by the crimson. Hemen
a capacity of 200 men
compared with the size
ment at other universiti
ered inadequate.
Pennsylvania.-The tr
tee has set standard per]
the different events, and
g the dequire dperforn
cy. The move is an effor
track interest.
Princeton.-Varsity f£
have been forbidden to v
their names signed, to
Iles in metropolitan newv
practice was deemed tU
closedly on the professio
Pennsylvania.--Initial
formation of a permaner
nia club in New York C
taken by Quaker alumni
metropolis.
UNIVERSITY NO'

JANUARY SALE
ON
Shirts, Hats and Caps,
Mackinaws, Sweaters,
Gloves-Fur and Fleece Lined
Fur and Sealskin Caps, Etc.

Junior lit class meeting T
January 20, room 203 Tappan
4:00 o'clock.
Election of student councilme
inees are: C. Brown; L. F. Ha:
L. Lacye; C. H. Lang; A. W.
sill.
Meeting of the entire cast c
Scarecrow," at 7:00 o'clock ton
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The student council picture
taken at 12:10 o'clock this n
Randall and Pack's studio.
The Pennsylvania club for
will meet at 216 N. State street
o'clock tonight.
Kalamazoo club picture for
ganensian will be taken at :
studio at 12:20 o'clock today.
Band rehearsal Wednesday r
7:00 o'clock sharp, in Universit
B. >L Thomas Is Pead of V
Officers for the ensuing year
Webster society have been
They are: Bradley M. Thoma
president; James A. Phelps, '15
president; Samuel Shepero, '1
retary; John L. Primrose.'

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