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LATEST STYLES
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THlE MICIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at 'he University of Mich-
igam. Published every morning except Mon-
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan cinder Act of Congress of March 3,
1379.

UNITARIAN CHURCH
Stat. *or. Huron
k R. S. LORINGI Pastor
' Morning Service at :o:3o

TEXTB
for all departs

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Instruments
we can save you money by

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Log Log and Duplex
Slide Rules
d. P. NOTE BOOKS,
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STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

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id Express Cars for Detroit-7 :10
A hourly to 6:io p. m., also 8:zo
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p. mn., 9:10 p. in., and 10:45 P. iM.
lanti only, 11 :15 p. Mn., zz:1z5 P. iM.
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r two hours to 6:5z p. in., also 9.2o
:1s p. M.

Men's Togs
Advanced Styles
JUST RECEIVED
and they await your
inspection
Shapes tmd shades
in bewildering ar-
ray.

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RBOR, MICHIGAN

Your Hat is
Here

Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription pricer by carrier, $250; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; c.
Ht. Mavis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96 and 2414.
Maurice Toulme .....Managing Editor
Adna Johnson......,......Business Manager
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1914.
Night Editor-Y. F. Jabin Hsu.
THE "M"
The Michigan "M" has a certain,
definite meaning in university par-
lance. It stands for Michigan's athlet-
ic prowess in intercollegiate compe-
tition.
The women seem to want this
changed. They want the "M," but they
have no intercollegiate competition
and no athletic prowess, relatively
speaking.
If the women want athletic recog-
nition-and we would be the last to
oppose them-let them have it. But
when they want the "M" with their
disqualifications, there is a different
question..
Why not give themr a ring, a sweater,
or an arm band, but not the Michigan
"M," or any type of "M." Let's have
no confusion on what is meant when
we refer to the "M"
We have a Women's League and a
Michigan Union-not a women's Un-
ion.
*We would have the same distinction
in athletic symbols.
DOLLARS AND CENTS
Some of us are incline to put adol-
lar and cents estimate on our univer-
sity relations. It is nothing to be
proud of, and far from elevating, but
it is a present fact
It is well to understand that the
students' fees are far from self-sus-
taining. The moderate entrance and
matriculation fees are but one source
of income. We should be in a pretty
plight, if we did not have a generous
people behind us,
Then let it be understood that every
man who goes out of the university
goes out a fiancial debtor of the un'
versity.
COLLECT DATA ON FOREIGN
STUDENTS IN UNITED STATES.
Colleges and universities, to the
number of 1001, throughout the United
States have already responded to the
questionaire sent out by Prof. J. A. C.
Hildner, chairman of the board of
advisers to foreign students. The
questionaire, which was sent to 150
leading educational institutions, aims
to compile a complete record of the
distribution of foreign students in
America.
Several institutions have replied
that they are gathering the statistics
at present, and will send them shortly.
It is expected that all available ma-
terial will be in the hands of the prin-
ter at the beginning of March, at
which time it will be published.
Do your pipes need repairing Bring
them in-we'll fix them. Tobacco
Shop Billiard all, 11-120 E. Liberty
St. Phone 1721.
Torne library spectacles at Haler
Jewelry Co.
Haler Jew'elry Co. for fine watch
and jewelry repairing.

YOUNG PEOPLES' SOCIETY
At 7:30
ILLUSTRATED ADDRESS
PRIMITIVE RELIGION
Mr, Carl Guthe

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RECENT DISCUSSIONS IN GERMANY
ABOUT JESUS
Is the orthodox picture of Jesus
a myth?

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MUSIC AN])D RAMAf

F. W. GROSS

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iigan Chocolates, 80 Cents
In the Maize and Blue Boat
Varsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Boar
M. Milk Chocolates, 60 Cents The 'RedB
ke Them in Our OwnilClean Candy Shop,. They're Sim ply Delicious.

BY

Ae4 NPENS,. e
"WAHR'S
Free - - Trouse
We are still giving a pair of extr
a Suit or Overcoat at $17.50.
Now is your time to order a suit
not care for the trousers the same ast
a pair of white serge or flannel withci
An extra pair of pants make a si
why not order today.

THE POPULAR PLACE

Repertory Players
The Repertory Players will open the
season for the Drama league on
March 3 with Henry Arthur Jones'
"Dolly Reforming Herself," a satire on
New Year's resolutions, at the Whit-
ney theater.
The cast will include Walter Hamp-
ton, who was the "Servant" in the
"Servant in the Hiouse" at the famous
Sunday afternoon performance, given
hepe several years ago. Dalles Ander-
son, who has appeared In Ann Arbor
several times with the Ben Greet play-
ers, is also a member of the cast.,
Tickets will be on sale for mem-
bers of the Drama league, who have
obtained their slips at the alumni
room at the end of this week. Notice
wvill be given members. The general
sale will open after the members, of
the league have procured their tickets.
Symiplony Orchestra Concert.
T.he university symphony orchestra,'
assisted by M1rs. George B, Rhead, pi-
anist, and Miichaelangelo Converso,
cornettist, will present the following
program in the'high school auditorium
at 8:00 o'clock tomorrow night. This
concert is on the regular faculty con-
cert series and those holding tickets
will be admitted by presenting them
at the door. Others may purchase
tickets. either for the series or for the
single concert at that time.
Symphony, A major, Op. 9 ....
............Mendelssohn
Singvoelgelchen aus dem Thueringer
Wald ........ ...........Hoch
Ballet music to the pantomine %%'
Petitt Riens" ............. Mozart
Concerto, A major, Op. 54.. Schumann
Garrick Theater
Thip week's _attraction at the Gar-
rick theater, Detroit, will be Richard
Walton Tully's striking play, "The
Bird of Pardise," a story of the 'Haw-
aiian Islands, vivid, philosophical, and
intensely realistic. Amid the confu-
sion of financial and political plays,
the bewildering mazes of society com-
edy, and the sometimes nauseous mess
of problem and sex dramas, "The Bird
of Paradise" stands out in refreshing
relief.

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Capital $;00,000.
Surplus and Profits, ,$6,ooo
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