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THE iMICHIGAN'DAILY4

your Fall or Winter Suit from the

line in ,the city.

Dress Suits a specialty

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IlE 1fCHIGAN DAILY'
Official newspaper at the :University of Mich-
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
l;ntered at the post-offce at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan. under Act of Congress of March 3,
1 879.
Offices: Second floor,. Ann Arbor Press Build-
intg, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-r to .3 p. in.; 7 to to
p . in. Business Manager-i to 3 p. im.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.5o; by mail,
$3.00.
VVFant Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
i'harmacy ; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and,,Home, 06o,

touch with the heads of departments
is possible. A little bit about a good
many things and a good. deal about
one or two things, as the motto of
President Low er, of Harvard, is a good
rule to follow.
Think it over seriously.' Plan a lit-k
tle. Keep in mind that you will be a
senior some day, and you ought to
plan so that it will be a year of real
fruition. B~efore you get. through you
should have touched reality. When
you look back on your college course,
it ought to have counted for something
definite.
TliEATRICAL CIRCLES.

.00Sweater .Bargains,

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Special Sale of
SWEATER and JERSE'Y VESTS
Buy Now and Save
NEARLY ONE - HALF YOUR MONE'Y
Indoor Base Ball and Hockey Supplies __

Tailors and Importers

31 1 South State Street

'T'le Idsee'l Loose ILj&f 1Bok
rName in Gold on Every Book Free of Charge
Fk our Book over before you make your Purcha e.

W A HR'S
Universilty Bookstores

Students' Headquarters

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Frank Pennell . ...,........M1'anaging Editor ( Foday at the Whitney.
Joseph Fouchard ........,..Business ManagerI "Baby Mine," the comedy success' of
Maurice. Toulnme............ .News Editor two continents, which had New York
C.: Harold Hippler............ ..,Assistant i eii~ fluhe o n oi
Karl Matthews ...........Athletic Editorinadlru ofaghefroesld
G. C. Eldredge................Assistant 'year at Dally's Theater, and has just
J ohn Townlicy..........Music and Drama
\Eaude Ed:(wards .. .................Womenr concluded its second year at Sir
Hiarold zB. Abbott.......... ...... Cartoonist Charles Wyndham's Criterion Thea-
EDITORIALS te sanucdcne h esnl
Harold G. McGee Louis P. Haler trinone udrteproa
Howell Van Auken Mautrice Myers direction of William A. Brady (L'td)
It. TEmnrnctt 'faylor........ Edwin R. Thurston { with the ulsual Brady cast and produc-
NIGHT EDITORS tion for the Whitney this afternoon
Morton arete re . olk eenn.R. Hunter .........Morris Milligan and eveig.
BlruLce J. :Miles..... .E rnest R. Burton_____
Lester l°', koscubaum:. l .avid U. Iliucting ''i aki rne
REPR......ER l P cot Direct fr6 m "remiarkable 'runof
I.cortardM. RePrTERS..HrodP.So
l,eo linvnrett............... hen 11 hiossick six months at the Herald' Square and
p.. lC, rchh...............Carlton Jens
Charles S. lo',nson.......C. 11. Lang Ca ):;,1 theaters in New York, "The
Be,nius 7. 1Kline .......J. It. Kistier Balk an princess" will be seen here
Will1 Shafotht1...........enry C. B~ogle
. F Mdyinniey........ S. Johnston, for the first time at the Whitney the-
'X'.. clton .........Ralph 1;. Cunnlingham I
1'. F. 1Jalin l su ..... .....1 tmmcl ater Tutesday, .January 28. Miss Julia
Frank P 1. 1Kohler......Itcrinan t'ompcr 1fliffo,.,1 htrsAtl5 th. , - ...t which . ,1. -i

state S#.

mode St.

SINCERITY.
v some tailors do YANK
)aT ad tel, yote how
t 1'1'r-they say it so
REL11Y, Too.
Deterle
Qt Liberty Street
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WHY NOT HAVE YOUR
MICHIGANENSIAN PICTURE
now so that you can have sone of
z PlatinumPorraits
made from the negative--your friends at homue will appreciate them
St'udto 319 M-. HEut-om St. Phonie 961-16
Latest Editioni U._of M. SONG BOOK
S VENTY-FIVE' CENTS
GRINNTELL BROS.., 120-122 F. Liberty S#.

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"TTETIO FELLOWS!
THE GIRLS ALL SAY
Theatres anid Daricizj Par-ties
n Arbor T ica Co.
aggage Truck Quick Service..:300 N. MAI ST.

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LrRE PLAXY UTING."
ook of workmanship by
, Patfhe Freores Picture-
has 92 pages, is nicely
11rth and presents an en-
May, showing its develop-
vstep.
tpaid, $1. Satisfac.tion
othin., to sell but books.j
SHJTII, Incorporated,
(,role, New Jersey.

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DETROIT UNI TFD LINES
Ann Arbor Time Table

Limited Cars for .Detrolt-7 :12 a. mn. and
hiourly to 6:1'2 p. M., also 8:12 P. iM.
Local Curs for Detroit--5;40 a. Ln, 6:40 a.
ain., and every two hours to 6;40 p. mn.. 7:40~
p. W_. 8:40 p. ml~, 9:45 p. mn., and 10:4.5 p. m
T'o Ypsilaniti only. 11:15 p. mn, 12:15 p. mn.
12:30 p. Mn., 1:00 a. In.
4Limited Cars for Jac~cou-7:46 a. mn. and
every two hiours to 7:46 p. m= . .
jLocal Cars for Jackson- 5:20 a mn., aund
evt~ry two Ihour, to5:10 p in.. 11:15 p. an.

BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr...... .. ..Advetsn Mgr.
Emerson Smith............... Accountant
Laurerme D. Bartlett. .....Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood Field........John Leonard
1farry "l. Johnlsonm
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1913.
Night Edit r-Leonard M. Rieser.
PLAN YOUR COURSE
With a broad cctive system, such
as exists in some of our departments,
danger presents itselft of hodge-podge
courses, overbalanced courses, and
courses, chosen with no other reasona-
ble explanation than that they were
w, orked out on the line of least resist-
ance. At the same time, the freedom
gIven under the, Michigan system has
<-reit ,advantages-it is the ideal sys-
tem if it. is niot abused.
With ta, new semester at hand; every
undergraduate is facing a big respon-
sibility. Ho0w much do you know about
the courses that you might take next
semester? .How much do you care?
To what extent are you consciously
trying to get the best that the univer-
sity has for you? How far are you
intelligently planning ahead? H-ow
;consistent is your college course going
to be? Is it. goin; to lave a qhlmax?
---or are you going to be taking first
year subjects your last year? Hl, e
youk really an end in view? What
thing or things are you going to know
when you get through?
These are questions every student
should ask himself. several times a
year. Theiy are thngs he should findh
out about--that is, seriously investi-
gate. He should ask himself often
where he is and whither he is teniding.
HeI shomild study the campus, the p~ro-
fessors on the campus, the things that
are for hm
It is wui lcrtunate that so many cours-
es are filled uip by men' who just drift:
in. It is unfortunate that the so-call-
ed "snap" courses are so largely chios-
en simply because they are easy. It
is unfortunate that so many men fail
to get deep enit li into any one- de-
partment to be able to take advantage
of the seminary .courses where direct

marry of the original people, and the
performance as a whole is said to be
in every way equal to the original
presentation.
Blanche Ring on, Thursday
George Gaston, an actor of the olda
school, who plays the clergyman in
"The Wall Street Girl" in which
Blanch Ring comes to the Whitney'thh-
ater, January 30, was with Mrs. Per-
rin in her last appearance before she
retired from the stage. This fact bears
additional interest as Alice Sullivan,
the ingenue in Miss Ring's company,
is the late Mrs. Perrin's grandniece,
[1LANT(CLUB1 TO HOLD BANQUET.
Organization to Celebrate incolni's
Birtltay Iby Dinnier at Union.
Plans for a large banquet on Lin-
coin's birthday are being made by the
Illini club, one of the larger state
clubs on, the campus. If the efforts of
the committee meet with success,
Judge Kenesaw M. Landis, of Chicago,
who became well-known throughout
the country on account of the Stand-
ard Oil case which came under his
jtirisdiction and, the enormous fine.
imposed' by him, will be secured to
speak at the banquet. Dean J. R. Ef-
finger and Dean 1-. M. Bates who are
miembers of the advisory committee
of the organization, will afs'o be pres-
cut. WVho the other speakers will be
has not yet been definitely decided but
a good program is assured. Karl
Mohir, '13-'15[, president of the club,
will preside. At least 60 have signified
their intention of being present and
all men from the sucker state are
welcomne. The banquet, which is in
charge of Harold Hippler, '12-'14L,
will be held at the Union at 8:00
o'clock on. February 12.
Cage Cooper, '12E, Visits ini Ann. Arbor
Gage Cooper, '12E, was in town yes-
terday on a short visit. He is with the
Raymond Concrete Pile Co., of Chica-
go. While in college Cooper was prom-
inently connected with several school
activities and was a member of Mich-.
igamua and other honor societies.

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Guaranteed not to smart the face.
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Ch-inese and Americanl Restaurant
Priate rooms reserved for parties and ladles and
genlemen.$
431 S. SCt-a St. Chop S%40ey

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F ull Dress Fixings
Full Dress Waistcoats
Silk and Opera Hats
Full Dress Shirts
White Dress Glowcs
Silk Rc efers Silky Hose
Dress Shirt Studs
Dress Culf Links
P Umps

Industry i h
price whieb J.
mark on thc c
est- prizes.
To p roduce 'toV2>4
co like
TH2
requires skill, di
gence and infix iL~
watchfulness. 'Ch1oi01
est Burley leaf is care-
fully aged until :
trace of harshness r.:>
mains. The resualt is8
a smoke of satisfying
smoothness and de--
lightful richness.

bor Dye Works
rAnd Ste un Cleanig

Troy 's
2 fbor 25c
Collar's

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WAG NER & CO.
Tatters state Street

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