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Michigan under Act of Congress of March 3,
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n.......... Women's Editor -Dr. William Allen Pusey, professor
EnITORIALS of dermatology at the Northwestern
Paul Blanshard medical school is visiting the clinics
Louis David. held at the university this week.
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NIGHT EDITORS -The subject of the Adelphi debate
Leo Burnett Chester Lang to be held at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
F. F. Mvc Kinney Guy Wells
Henry Rummel Jabin Hsu is, "Resolved: That the Government
Carlton Jenks on Sport Staff Bernus Thine of American Cities should be non-par-
T. Hawley Tapping F. M. Church tisan." Inauguration speeches will be
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER made by the new officers.
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson .
Myron Watkins -This week shows a marked decrease
REPORTERS in the number of men students using
P. F. Thompson J. M. Barrett the university health service, accord-
C. A. Swainson, D. R. Ballentine1
R. S. Collins LeonR reeebum ing to Dr. H. H. Cummings. The cold
C. L. Kendrick W. A. P. John weather tends to keep the students
'E. C. Roth H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller Charles Weinberg away, but this fact may be, taken to
Willis Goodenow show that the standard of health of
You pay more In the end wen you pay
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We are still giving a pair of extra pants with each order
a Suit or Overcoat at $17.50.
Now is your time to order a suit for Spring and if you
not Care for the trousers the same as the suit we will make Y
a pair of white serge or flannel without extra charge to you.
An extra pair of pants make a suit wear twice as long,
why not order today.
Remember this offer will
not last forever
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F. G. Millard Russell Runyan
W. R. Carpenter R. J. Hofmann
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V. H.Herbert R. G. Sheldon
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914.
Night Editor-Y. F. Jabin Hsu.
Mr. Student, aren't you quite chesty
about your Michigan Union? We think
You are, and you have good cause.
The Union is but ten years old. It has
2,800 members, it entertained 60,000
persons and was responsible for 600
meetings and entertainments, during
the last twelve months. Think of it!
It is the largest, most active and
most eficient Union in the land. Think,
what this socializing influence means
to Michigan, with its six thousand
students. Think, what this must
mean to the men who conceived the
organization, to "Bob" Parker, the
Union's first president, to Dean Bates,
to Professor Scott and to others whose
names are bywords with us.
The Union must grow. Its facilities
must increase with its membership.
The Union has outgrown its swaddling
clothes. The Union is ten years old.
Mr. Student; you are just a little bit
chesty about this.
What are you going to do about it?-
THE COMEDY CLUB.
Last. night's performance of Percy
Mackaye's "The Scarecrow" was a tri-
umph for amateur college dramatics.
The club played to a packed house
and to an audience that was thorough-
ly sympathetic and appreciative.
The audience had ample cause to be
pleased. The players were well train-
ed, the play was forceful, admirably
fitted for college dramatics, and the
music and orchestra more than fulfill-
The presentation was a success,
thanks to the efforts of Manager Co-
hen, Professor Stanley, Mr. Earl V.
Moore, the orchestra and the student
The "Standard" Loose-leaf note
book at Wahr's-your name on cover
the student body has risen.
-A number of students who have reg-
istered with the appointment commit-
tee have failed to hand in the required
photographs and recommendations.
The committee requests that these be
handed in as soon as possible.
SENIOR ENGINEERS NOMINATE
THREE MEMBERS FOR COUNCIL
Davis Dudley, Charles Howell and
W. Cook were nominated for the stu-
dent council by the senior engineering
class yesterday morning. One man
will be chosen from the three, to take
the place of Albert Fletcher.
According to the council constitu-
tion, only two men should have been
nominated, but as most of the class
left while the votes of the second bal-
lot were being counted, the tie of two
men for second place could not be
broken by another ballot, so it was
decided to allow the three candidates,
to run. The election will be held next
VARSITY FOOTBALL PLAYERSF
]RECEIVE EMIBLEMATIC FOBS
Members of Michigan's 1913 Varsity
football team have received their min-
iature gold football fobs, emblematic
of their successful season.
The Cornell and Pennsylvania scor-
es in addition to the player's names,
are engraved on the fobs.
Captain Paterson'steam is the first
since 1910 to win these fobs, which
are only given to elevens which either
win both of their big games, or win
and tie the two major contests.
NEW PHYSIAL DIRECTOR
FOR WOMEN IS APPOINTED
Mrs. Myra Jordan, dean of women,
on yesterday announced the appoint-
ment of Miss Laura Post as women's,
physical director fortheuniversity.
Miss Post is a graduate of Smith
College and of the Boston Normal
School of Physical Training. Her
home is in Boston. The new physical
director takes the place of Miss Kath-
erine Bigelow, who resigned recently
to make her home in Texas. In view
of AssistantnDirector Miss Sawtelle's
illness, the new director's duties will
be unusually heavy for the first week.
are new an
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UliversitySho of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
Miaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A School of Music which offers courses in all branches of music of
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
the office and get a copy of th _school catalogue which gives full inform-
ation. CHARLES A. SINK, Secietary.
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