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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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 nnder Act of Congress of March 3,
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $2.0; by mail,
$3.0. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
H. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 960 and 2414.
Maurice Toulme ..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ............Business Manager
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914.
Night Editor-Leo N. Burnett.
NINE HOUR DAY
The Cornell Sun has advanced the
proposition that the average Cornell
undergraduate is overworked. A Cor-
nell professor figures that the under-
graduate spends nine hours a day at
The theme certainly furnishes at-
tractive possibilities. There are many
anarchistic enough to rebel over the
rigors of hum-drum schedules. The
complaint in the professional depart-
ments, would necessarily be at a mini-
mum. Long hours in the professional
schools do not cause grumbling, be-
cause of the seriousness of the prep-
aration for a life work, and the very
love of the chosen calling, itself.
But, how about the lits?
The lits have a better cause. The
average literary student does not de-
pend so directly upon his book learn-
ing for a future livelihood.
The literary course is largely a
course of general training and prep-
aration. It has none of the details of
the professional courses. The labora-
tory of general culture is as much
without the class room, as within. The
student activities, the Union, the pub-
lications, the athletic field and the
campus social activities are the liter-
ary students' university courses.
We do not intend to underestimate
scholarship in the literary department.
The ideal man for campus activities is
the man who is able to be a student
and a campus man.
We would complain with the liter-
ary students, if the class schedules
called for nine hours a day.
IS RE-ELECTED SECRETARY
At a recent meeting of the Michigan
Buyer's Association for State Institu-
tions held at Sagainaw, J. B. Draper,
superintendent of the University hos-
pital was re-elected secretary of the
organization. Mr. Draper has held
this position since the organization of
The purpose of the organization is
the securing of materials and equip-
ment for state institutions at lowest
cost . With that end in veiw, quota-
tions are received from all over the
country. The organization goes over
these bids and selects those that seem
the best at the lowest price.
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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.
New, reonuit, and second-
For Sale, $10.00 up
For Rent, $2.00 up
3 mos., $5.00
L O. D. MORRILL IM
for all departments
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Word has been received from Miss
I Ruth Greathouse, '11, who is now em-
ployd by the national bureau of chem-
istry at Washington, to the effect that
Michigan alumnae of Washington are
forming an organization with a view
to doing something for their alma
mater. They are considering scholar-
ships, halls of residence, and several
other lines along which it is possible
to help the women of Michigan.
* * *
The local branch of the association
of -collegiate alumnae will entertain
senior and graduate women at the
home of Mrs. F. N. Scott, 1351 Wash-
tenaw avenue, at 4:00 o'clock Satur-
Miss Alice Evans, a graduate of
Smith College, and of the Boston Nor-
mal school of gymnastics was in Ann
Arbor Monday, looking over the de-
partment of physical training.
* * *
Mrs. R. M. Wenley, 509 Madison av-
enue; Mrs. D. M. Cowie, 608 Jefferson
avenue, and Mrs. W. H. Hobbs with
Mrs. J. S. Reeves, 902 Baldwin avenue,
will be at home to college women from
3:00 to 5:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Try-outs for both cast and choruses
for the junior play will be held at 4:00
o'clock Thursday afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. All junior women
are urged to attend.
Under women's section of Deutsch-
er Verein will hold an important meet-
ing at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Wyvern will meet at 7:30 o'clock
Thursday evening at the Pi Beta Phi
PUBLISH CLASS HISTORY OF
1858, DEDICATED TO TAPPAN
The "Class History of Michigan, '58,
started by Liberty Holden, '58, former
editor of - the Cleveland Plain Dealer,
and completed at his death by his son,
G. S. Holden, '91, is just off the press.
Col. L. M. O'Brien, '58, of Detroit, who
died in 1912, compiled the material
from which it was written. Copies will
be distributed among the survivors of
the class, and the families of those
The book is dedicated to Henry P.
Tappan, Chancellor Tappan being the
"Boys" ideal man. There were 49
members of the class and all but five
have died. Seventeen fought in the
civil war, two of these dying in ac-
Professor Hobbs to Speak in New York
Professor W. H. Hobbs, of the ge-
ology department, is to be one of the
principal speakers at the first joint
meeting of the American Geographical
Society and the Association of Ameri-
can Geographers, to be held in New
York City on April 3 and 4.
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We are still giving a pair of extra pants with each order for
a Suit or Overcoat at $17.50.
Now is your time to order a suit for Spring and if you do
not care for the trousers the same as the suit we will make you
a pair of white serge or flannel without extra charge to you.
An extra pair of pants make a suit wear twice as long, so
why not order today.
Remember this offer will
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Lenses duplicated and eyeglasses
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Chess and Checkers club meets at
the Union at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Players should bring sets with them.
An important band rehearsal will
be held tonight at 7:00 o'clock in Uni-
Try-outs for the junior play will be
held in Sarah Caswell Angell hall
Thursday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock.
Cast and chorus try-outs.
University School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
1'aynard 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 the school catalogue which gives full inform-
ation. CHAR.RE S A. SINK, Seeretary,
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