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Official newspaper at -he University of Mich-
igan. Published every morning except Mon-
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan under Act of Congress of March 3,
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $2.o; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
arry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
1. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 960 and 244.
Maurice Toulme...........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ............Business Manager
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1914.
An occasional midnight serenade has
a romantic appeal that is altogether
pleasing. But six successive sere-
nades performed by the same stal-
warts to the same enforced audience
is an affliction.
This persistent disturbance of the
peoples' peace amounts to pure "cus-
sedness." In this particular case the
serenaders are unwittingly committing
MR. WILLIAM A. HOWLAND.
It is with genuine and profound re-
gret that we contemplate the resig-
nation of Mr. William A. Howland of
the school of music. The influence of
his leadership in university musical
activities, his interest in student life,
and direction of its principal musical
organizations, have stamped him as
a Michigan man, who has had the wel-
fare of the university at heart.
We know musicians who are obnox-
ious because of their bigotries, jeal-
ousies, or idosyncrasies. In Mr. How-
land we have a musician devoid of all
affectation. Not only is he a musician,
who has had especial success in teach-
ing, and who is an artist of rare at-
tainments, but primarily a man, whom
to meet is a positive delight.
In the fourteen years of his career
in Ann Arbor, he has been regarded
as one of the most stimulating artistic
and cultural assets of its musical life.
But his art has been comprehensive
enough to include the standpoint of
amateur musicianship. Under his ef-
ficient direction, the glee club has de-
veloped to its present degree of per-
fection, and the choruses of most of
the Union operas been trained.
We admire Mr. Howland for his
splendid, wholesome, personal quali-
ties, combined with his discriminating
ideals of musicianship and artistic
Choral Union ushers report at Hill
auditorium at regular time Thursday
night for Glee and Mandolin club con-
A very important meeting of the
Mimes will be held at the Union Wed-
nesday, March 11, at 8:00 o'clock. Full
attendance is desired.
Members of the Union opera or-
chestra will rehearse at 4:00 o'clock
this afternoon at Hill auditorium. En-
ter by the back door.
Band rehearsal today at 7:00 o'clock
sharp in University Hall.
Chess and Checkers club meets at
7:30 o'clock tonight at the Union.
Colorado club will meet at 7:30
o'clock tonight at the Union.
Director Rowe to Meet Track Managers
Director Rowe has called a meeting
of the class track managers to be held
in Waterman gym this afternoon at
4:30 o'clock. Plans will be discussed
for the coming relay series, and the
teams which run Saturday evening
will be picked.
New, reouilt, and second-
For Sale, 1 $10.00 up
For Rent, $2.00 up
3 mos., $5.00
Over Baltimore Lunch
nder, winner, worl-Beat
Loose-Leaf Note Book
L'argent tourne la monde.-
When the lido man is cross and hot,
And overborne with cares,
He doesn't have to waste his breath
In swearing naughty swears.
He simply runs a digit
O'er the keys and "'pi's" a line,
And there appears, within the sheet,
A word that sweareth fine-_
It matters not--his mother tongue,
Or where his domicile;
For be his home in Mozambique,
Or eastward of the Nile,
Each man can see the meaning,
And most anyone can tell
It's impotent significance
That tells us allto go to-well,
And By Her Handwriting, She's a
Smiles: Not until the "most popular
man" gets his motorcycle, will he re-
ally be popular.-K. K. G.
(Scooped by H. A. P.)
The winners of events at the wom-
en's track meet Saturday evening were
presented with varsity Mbroldered
A new gym record was hung up in
the peanut race, 319 nuts in 10 min-
utes. The last heat was so hotly con-
tested that some of the nuts were
Another record breaking mark was
not allowed. This was in the rope
skipping race, in which the winner
skipped a semi-final heat.
Miss Merrick Probably Knows the
(Notice in Wash. Daily.)
NOTICE-Makeup classes for wom-
en. Gym. Wed. 25 and Thur. 26. MISS
"A pessimist," said little Nemo yes-
terday, "is a man who never walks
down a hill without thinking about the
climb on the way back."
"Thieves pray on Huston Bros. Take
$227."-Daily news cols.
Whadde ye mean, writes N. Y. E. A
new kind of religion?
CANFIELD OF DETROIT BAR
TO TALK ON ADMIRALTY LAW
Mr. George L. Canfield, of the De-
troit bar, will begin a series of ten
lectures on admiralty practice, in
room G, of the law building March 23,
at 4:00 o'clock. Mr. Canfield says the
subject is interesting and lucrative for
qualified lawyers in ocean and seaport
cities. He also advises those attending
to read, beforehand, Hughes' Admiral-
ty and Benedict's.
Universit School ofMusic
Albert A. Stanley, Director
flaynard 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 calalogue which gives full inform-
ation. CHARLES A. SINK, Seeretary.
Selling by the hundred---everybody wants one---can't get enough o
them---all sizes adapted to all purposes
Price 75c to $3,75 Complete with Index
Name stamped on cover without expense
It's an old saying that "A man is
known Eby the company he keeps"
Yes, and also by the clothes he wears. Clothes made to a man's own
proportions are a distinct asset, either in the business or social world.
Very few of us can afford to ignore its advantages. If you agree with
me, come in and look at our new imported and domestic woolens for spring
and sunner wear. The largest and most complete stock in the city to
select from-and remember, we make clothes, the best in the world, at
popular prices, from $17.50 up. Place your order today.
Come in and look, anyway.
E. C. FLANDERS
209 E. Uberty St.^&nec
jan Chocolates, 80 Cents
In the Matze and Blue Box
arsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Box
Milk Chocolates, 60 Cents TheReBox
Chem in Our OwniClean Candy Shop. They're Simply Delicious.
Do ntot nteglect the e
There are so many
'CH SALE OF WOM-
THE POPULAR PLACE.
i n Lingeries a n d
NORMAL CONCERT COURSE
Twa Festival Concerts, WEDNESDAY MARCH 11
MINNEAPOLIS, SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
EMIL OBERIHOFFER, Conductor
FREDERICH ALEXANDER Conductor
MEE, 3 O'Clock EVENING,8 O'Clock
SEATS $1.50 On Sale at Conservatory, Ypsilanti
Creams and Lotions
there is no excuse for the
QT Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner
FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
JOHN H. LAMBERT
613 EAST WILLIAM
Oticial shoe Doctor to Michigan's
Special Al.znts For
Faills Frork Dipped Chocolates
Made in the most sanitary factory in the world. The best candies
we have ever handled. VAN DOREN'S PHARtMACY, 703 Packard St.
ANN ARBOR DYE WORKS
ARTISTIC FRENCH DRY AND
Choo. Cut Flowers-
Fine lot of Palms and Ferns for Decorating
Cor.12th St and &. Univ. Ave. Phone 1 1 5
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $3oo,ooo Surplus $.ooooo
A General Banking Business Transacted
Officers: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., W. D. Har-
riman, Vice-Pres., M. J. Fritz, Cashier
204 East Washington
ANN ARBOR DYE WORKS
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T. E. WAHL
WE CALL AND DELIVER
LL 0113 BY
The Donch ester
)HIRT 3OSQM always lies flat
nd smooth within the waist-
oat opening, because the
r of the bosom is not at-
ached to the shirt but slides
ver the ban d of the trousers.
$2.00 and up.
Cluet Peabody & Co.. Inc. Makers
uivexstt Music lbouse
Special Price on
Call 15 for Taxi or Limousine.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dolph, Funeral
Directors, best equipment in the city.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone W. f
Cal 15 for Taxi or Limousine.
FOR SALE-Artists model Gibson
Guitar with black leather case, new
instrument in perfect condition. Will
sell at attractive price. Call any
evening at 1323 Minerva Road.