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THlE MICIGKAN DAILY! THE HIT OF THE SEASON;
Official newspaper at he university of M.%ich-
igqan. Published every morning except M'on-
day duingi, the university year.
Entered at the postoflice at Atnn Arbor,
Michigan linder Act of Congress of March 3,J
for all departments
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Maurice Toulme .......... Managing E ditor
Adna Johnson .. ........Business Manager
H. Beach Carpenter............ News E;ditor
Gordon 9ldredge.........,Sporting Editor
Fred Foulk ..............Assistant to Editor
Leonard Rieser........Intercollegiate Edcitor
Robert Tannahill......... Music and Drania
Harold Abbott .............. Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson,...........Women's Editor
Harold Rippler P'aul Blanshard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Leo B1urnett Chester Tang
F. F. "icKinney Cuy Wells
Henry Rummiiel Jabin 1lsnt
On Sport Staff
Carlton Jenks Bernns Klinle
T1. !Hla«ley Tapping Fr. M. Chuirch
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zation simply because it is a student
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organization stand on, its own merits.
"The Scarecrow" will be worth
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1514.
Night Eiditor-T. Hawley Tappingp.
ImIportaut meeting of the business
staf'f today at 4 :00 o'clock sliarp.
ehigan Chocolates, 0 Cents
In the Maize and Blue BoX
Varsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Bolt
Af M. Milk Chocolates, 60 Cents ThInd o
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Let's have the J-Hop next year!
We confess that we missed this
brilliant all-university function, last
wveek. Next year, we would have the
J-H1op again, not because it is tho J-
Hop, but because it is the all-univer-
sity social event. Let's have the J-
Hoop next year, but a hop in different
clothes, under a more efficient form
Ml(ihigan 'does" not care to have
the most brilliant dance in
the land, but Michigan does
need .the socializing influence
of an all -university custom.
We wonder if the J-Hop was
legislated out of existence because of
its apparent extravagence, or because
of its cosmopolitan nature.' If for the
latter purpose, we should be inclined
to complain bitterly. If for the form-
er, then reformation, not abolition,
woulid seem to be the wiser course.
Th is year's legislation had the effect
of simply breaking up the universi-
Missa Mary Angell of Chicago, a
niece of President-Emeritus Angell,
will contribute several piano numn-
bers on the February faculty concert
of the school of music. The concert
will be held on Wednesday evening in
the high school auditorium. A change
in the date from Thursday evening,
the time originally annouinceda, was
made necessary because of counter
Miss Angell has received the high-
est praise as a pianist, both from
musicians and the press. The Chica-
go Daily Newvs andi the Inter-Ocean
have been especially congratulatory.
Mlr. William Howland and Mr. Sam-
uel Pierson Lockwood will appear in
solo numbers, while Mr. Albert Lock-
wood, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pier-
son Lockwood, Mr. Antony 3.
W hitmire and Mr. Richard P. Hall,
wgill contribute Sinding's Quintet in
In addition to the scheduled even-
ing performance of "Damaged Goods"
at the Whitney theatre tonight, a
matinee will be given at 3:00 o'clock
this afternoon. So much has been
said and written about Brieux's pow-
erful play that further discussion. is
futile. It is' sufficient" to say that
Richard B~ennett has provided an ex-
cellent cast, prominent among which
are Howard Hall and Isabelle Win-
locke. For the matinee, reduced pric-
es are annountced.
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entR altogether. Charles B. Dillingham's production of
Let's have a J-Hop next year! A' "Romance". at the Wh'litney theater
saner J-IMop} but still the all-universi- has been changed from Wednesday,
ty function that we have had in the' February 18 to Friday, February 20.
Liggett's Gilbert's and Fenway choc-
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