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STATIO0N ERY
Wle hav e arranged
with the, rigina'or of
the 7 ew process of
die stamping to offer
at 2 quire box of pa-
per and enlvelopes,
pape.r Embossed in
~gold. This offer is
without doub)t the
,greatest ever given.
li-e price of a regular
die is $2.50 to $4.oo.
Our Price $1.25

KTHE M(HIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper.at he University of -Mich-
igan. Published every morning except Mon-I
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Aan Arbor,
Michigan ender Act of Congress of.. March 3,
Offices 'Ann Arbor Press Building. Sul)
scription price: by .carrier, $2.50;, by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
11. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
'telephones 96o and 24:4.
Maurice Toulme .........:Managing E ditor
Adna Johnson .......Business Manager

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11. Beach Carpenter............ News Editor
IGordon. Eldredge ........... Sporting Editor.
Fred 1Foulk . ........Asitatto IEditor
Leonard Rieser'........Intercollegiate Editor
R2obert Tannahill..........Muic and Drama
Harold Abbott . ... ...Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson. ,.... ..Women's Editor
EDITORIALS
Itajold IIlippler' Paul Blanshard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaumn
Louis' David.

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ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherw'ood .Field " 1 harry Johnson
~Mvmon Watkins
R FPORTERS
P. F. Thowpson J. M. Barrett
C. A. Swainson 1). R. Lallentine
R~. S. Collins Leon Greenebaurn
C. . enidrick W. A. P. John
1- C. Roth 11. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller Charles Weinberg
Willis Goodenow
BUSINESS STAFF
F. G. Millardl Russell Runyan
XV .Carpenter R. J. lHofmann
WV. B. Chase ' . V. Leffler
V. HI. Herbert . R. ,G. Sheldon,
THURSDAY, 'JANUARY 22, 1914.
Night Editor-H11en ry C. Rummel,
A COMPROMISE..
Without taking any sides in the fra-
ternity controversy, without ekpress-
ing 'any sentiments favorable or unfa-
vorable, we' express' a sincere hope
that the disputant~s wll settle the diffh-
culties among themselves.
If there is anything in 'student self-
governmient, in' student capability,
adaptibility -and broadmindedness, the
golden opportunity is the present:
There is a principle at stake here, ev-
en broader and more fundamental,
than the fraternity differences, If it
is 'necessary to Icall -in putside *help at
every ruption, nio mattraP how efficient,
how sympathetic or how broad, it is,
there is not only a. damaging admis-
sion, but also a display ' of suspicioni
that bespeaks an~ything but tolerance.
Mutual suspicions seemz to' sway the
situation at the presen~t time. Obvious-
ly these must be unseated if anything
~to be accomplished'.

common discretion; if they would be
as careful as in choosing, furnishings
for their own homes, for instance.
If the custom is to be couttinued, it
must prove that it is worth while.
What is, wanted is a memorial that is
no legs beautiful than utilitarian, a
memorial that not only pleases the eye
but is of practical value to Michigan,
a memorial that you will not be asham-
ed to .point out with p~ride" when you
return for your twenty-fifth reunion.

A Pair of $6.00 Trousers with every Suitor Overcoat order at
$17.,50
To everyone ordering a Suit o- Overcoat during this Gale we wi:
you absolutely FRED, a pair of $6.oo 'trousers of flee same miaterial<
or different, just as you like.
Anyone who expects to liv e and wear clothes cannot affordt
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We guarantee to save you $io to $15 on every order 3<: place
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The Pennsylvania club, composed of
30 Pennsylvania women, was organiz-
ed at a meeting held last Tuesday'
night at 216 North State street. The
constitution was adopted, and the fol-
lowing officers elected: president, Dor-
othy Sturgeon, '16; vice-president,
Mary Fisher, '17; secretary, Mary Pur-
dy, '15; treasurer, Alma Knoepp, '15.
The aim of the society is chiefly social,
but its members hope also to further
the cause of Michigan in Pennxsylvania
in every posstble way.
Shailer Matthews of Chicago is ex-
pected to spear. to university women,
at Newberry hall next Sunday after-
noon. There will also be reports fror
some of the w,\omen wvho attended the
(Christian association convention in
Kansas City.
All .faculty and university women
are cordially invited to attend the fare-

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well reception given in honor of Miss
MEMORIALS.' Catherine Bigelow at 4:00 o'clock Fri-
In a short time the various senior day afternoon, in B~arbour gymnasium.
memorial committees will be racking The athletic committee will give a
their respective brains in an attempt, luncheon for rMiss Bigelow Saturday
to choose an effective remembrance to noon at the home of Mrs. Jordan.
leave the university. FPollowing thr.
lead of memorial committees in the UNIVERSIT'Y NOT ICE,,
past,, some of them will foolishly go,,
beyond their depths and attompt to do Mandolin Club rehearsal at 4: 4;.
the impossible with ' their Almited o'clock this afternoon.
mneans. Others, heavily pressed by the, Student council election, '19 15E, Fri-
problem, will leaveaillwance to some day, 10:45 to 12:15 o'clock, roonm 348
organization o'r other without, perhaps,
due consideration as to whether they 3IlFSIC AiND DRA11S
are choosing,'the best possible recip-
ient.'- All committees will :be bent on "QUO VADIS?"s
obtaining ;a gift which will serve as a If praise were money, Mr. George
lasting memorial to their, collegiate Kleine would be the richest man ir
existence.' the world. H-is production or th-'
The custom of leaving memorials is C ines photo-dramna, "Quo Vadis?" haF
an excellent one. -But when -commirit- almost exhausted the adjectivres pos-
tees who are entrusted, with a certain iiiisofterssadubi.I

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all that is said and written about it. with brilliant result in '1,dward."
The George Kleine production of "Quo Mrs.' Minnie D. Sherrilt's accompani'-
Vadis?" will be among the attractions' et i uht rn u h
at the Whitney theater during the of the Art Blalad. .P z
month of February.'
'I
-Mr.IfoOhtnl BaladsFramer of Ediucational Bill Dies
Dr. John Avery, former state legis'-
Four ballads by Johann Carl Loewe
comprises the program that Mr. Will-I lator, and member of Congress, died
lam Howland offered at the University yesterday morning in Greenville, Mich.
school of music yesterday afternoon, in 1869 Dr. Avery introduced into the
Except for the last measure of "Sire state legislature the bill providing
Oluf," which lacked the necessary dra- frteetbiheto odcto
matic intensity, the recital was note- frteetalsmnIf odcto
worthy. For his effects, Mr. Howland J in the unive " v. He was 90 years old
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