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THE MIGOIIGAN DAILY Y

Wild Co., 311 So. State Street
rry the Largest line of Spring Woolens in
city. Satisfaction guaranteed. We cater
those who want the best.

1877

All work made In thiscity '

Co., 311 So., State Street

THlE MICIGHAN DAILY
Official, new~spaper at the University of Mich-I
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, M1ichi-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1 879.
Offices : Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office H-ours: Editor-E to 3 p. m.; 7 to 10
p. in. Business Manager-i to 3 p. in.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; +Quarry's,
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionery Store.
Phone: Bell, 960.
Frank Pennell ........ ..Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard ......... ,.lBusiness Manager
Maurice Toulme................ News Editor
C. Harold Ilippler, .. ... .....Assistant
Karl Matthews .........Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge.............. ...Assistant
John Townley............,Music and Drama
MUauide Edwards........ ... .Women
Udarold 11. Abbott ...............Cartoonist

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BOOKS SENEW AND
SOND-HAND
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS
- AND -
SUPPLIES

to the old order of things.
In early times, the universities of the
world upheld zealously the obligation.
of' handing worth-wvhile' literature
down to posterity, through the medi-
um of self-owned printing plants. Mod-
ernly, tkat obligation has been corn-
mercialized for the benefit of outside
publishing houses. The exceptions are
the Universities of Chicago, Yale, Co-
lumbia, and now, Harvard, where Uni-
verity presses are maintained. Per-
haps Michigan may yet drop in line as
one of these commendable exceptions.
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THEATRICAL CIRCLES.
"The Heart Breakers."
Headed by George Damerel,last seen
as the "Prince" in "The Merry Widow"
and now the latest aspirant for stellar
honors in the musical, comedy line,
"The Heart Breakers" will be seen at
the Whitney theater on Saturday, Feb-
ruary 15, matinee and' night. Unlike
most of musical comedies of the pres-
ent day "The' Heart Breakers" has a
clearly defined plot and a very pretty
love story running 'through it; dealing
with the efforts of a club of young,
men, who try to revenge themselves on
all woman kind by ardent love making
and after winning their affections
throwing them over.
Beauty Revue at M~ajestic.
k The Marx Brothers Beauty' Revue
Ewhich comes to the Majestic theater
starting T ursday, Itas the most youth-
ful gatherin~g of principals and chorus
girls of any, theatrical organization
now on the r04d.,I4eonaT'd Marx one
of the printcipal comegipns is 25 years
of age andl the oldest person in the
company All pf the chpr4s beauties
are nder 209 gd have, been selected
with m}ch care as to (heir singing
and dpacing 4billty s Well as their

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FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS
Drawing Intstruments o Engineers'
* **WE CARR.Y" THE~-
"Standard" Loose Leaf Note
EASILY THE BEST BOOK IN THE MARK4
YOUR NAME ON COVER WITHOUT CHAR

I University Bookstores
I st test.
IWHY NOT HAVE YOUR
MICH IGANENSIAN PlIC
now so, that you can have somie of

Students' Bookstorej

1omy
have me take
you have dis-
Bent t h at is
your NERVES,
3 POCKETBOOK.

Harod G, EDITORIALS
HrlrMcGee Louis R, Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
R. Emmett Taylor Edwin R. Thurston
Robert Lane
NIGHT EDITORS
I. Beach Carpenter F{red B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter Morris Milligan
Bruce J. Miles Lester F. Rosenbaum
David D. Hunting
REPORTERS
Leonard M. Rieser J. s g Yellen
Leo Burnett Fenn H Hossick
F. M. Church Carlton Jenks
Charles S. Joh~nson C. H. Lang
Bernus E. Kline Will Shafroth
F. F. McKinney. S. Johnston
11. R. Melton Ralph : uiTnhiiighfA~
Y. F. Jabin H§u, H. . Rumiel
[,rank X. Kohler Herma.n Romper
Willis B. Goodenow
BTJS ESS STAIF
A. R. Johnson, Jr. ..Advert sing ilfanageF
L meraoi ]7. 4Smith........ccouxnia.nt
H-arry IB. fol~ai .. irculation llanager
Shaerwood Fid Joh644 1eoiiard
WEDNESDAY, F EBRUARi.Y j2e 191§.
Night Editgp-fester F. Rosenbaum

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'Stnidto 31958.'Htroln St. Ph
Latest Edition U. of M. SONG

Liberty Street
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~EVENTYEBFIV~ E N
ff#INNELL BROS. , 120-A22 1. 1It

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"'sAceemyof Doaoceng
ew Term begins Feb. 11th. A*ebI* tri
)ck. The Wednesday evening Assemblies have baee
til after Exams. Rent TheAcademy far your Parties. loy tes oal W#.
'Savings Bank the
'0 Surplus $100,oCOFam radM chjtsBn
$3,000,000Fam ran isB k
usluess Transacted 101-103-105 South~ Mato str~et
ock Pres., W. D. Havri-
4. J. Fritz, Cashier. Capital $100,000. Surplus ow d Pott$07,OOO

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optical System
give the best service.
4o "Drops" Used. We AsLk your

,Shur-On Agency
Arnold & Co.
320 S. MAIN

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TbT kjap afly tpt quts
for oh busnss s40,f.All titoso littr-
ested, call sles mianager botweon
1:00 el"o ek and, 2100 o'ClOg'k any day
this week.
TiJ E NEED OF A TABOO.
The effcf Jat. the 1913 'Junior hop
ffracas will have et ( tQ~le Junior hops
is problematical but it to et that
future occurrences of this sort cmi
easily be avoided. The one reason
why te gVgi entrances have been.
packed each year bly crowds seeking
free access to the gallerleks j fit this
sort of thing has been fostered by 0t$
Hop e: ccut ire co9mmittees out of good
fellowship. $ec tb,-his idea of open
doors at midnight -, as prevz fr4 witp-
out e ptaon in the past Was iresVA*-4;
sible for tuf--cowd pf h~gers-,or i t
last Friday :night's~
10 we troub~le 'has t~een fEv4 only'~
by a slight rk *gin past .years, -
centuates the ii dvjjiA, bility of the free
entr flce proposiioi~. Cyortainly, the
campus g rt't dp,eid s&uch ,a ;pv i, ge
as a. mgttey opf , , ren iglht, any more
than it-eaa demand ffree DMtLaIce after
th~e first or opnd pct of N4y 4
campus fieatrcqa. rgdnctlons or pn.
tertaits, or apy ?~,e atletic
events. AsWtoantr'aace jyig'.ts, #re
fundiamentalily abi~k.
The free trance ids. Wld be
tabocm ait pro ql)lywM-1 ,be, n4 i
neeeas a iy, a. spec~l i 9 'ce p ssigned
the ,poiiciag o .te ;doors.
UNIVERSITY 'Y P 1,$
The President, and Fellows of r--'x-
yard University recently voted to es-
ta4 ljsh a University Press, for the pub-
licat,~ of works of a "high scholarly
character," thus, going back abruptly

(MM~ITUJTOIN TO OF REVISED.
fCOSMOVOI~alas Are Vanig flan of
James fl'evj n, '13s, Williams: Welsh,
'12, K. Tonouchi, '12, John L. Frim-
rose, '13, and Bernard Prichard, '13E,
have been appointed by the board of
directors of the Corda-Fratres Cosmo-
p~Jitan club to revise the constitution
ij) Vfc4. p l jpt up to date conditions.
The old con ist C4 &RS ~ original
one as drafted at the tim~e o the~ birth
.of txhp clu~b, anisjno out of date
pecausee club is no lonhger a social
orgtnigo~4n, .but. a chapter of an in-
Under the new conftit~toi, ,all of-
1 cers except the presi~eent are4 abel-
,d 7i~stead an a dministrative
boatrd of $g t4 4iectors, consisting of
two facu~lty eir~t, 1W 4gvp as8.oci-
t ai fur active mmrbers vil bei
Y y t~e members themselves.
Presildentf 44 expects to keep inj
touch with the cosnwp1-V)OttrO,,?vement
Vi sual, and to further it .4.s =i e s j
possible, ~t ).ugh most of' his availa-
ble time Will be to t. j. with his new ;
~pnointnaut as sec'eta7 pf theArnn,
Arpbor "v , Improventent association.
UINIVERSI'TY 9Wk6-

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AS IT SOUNDS
BETTER CANDY
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Confectionery. Ice cream soda de luxe. Candy of all
ATTENTION TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN. PROMPT ATTENTION
ON MAIN STREET
CARDS - PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
WRITE
FOR
G AINGSAS
GF GREGORY MAYER & ThOM Co. DuIrorrAThe

FFixin pthe 9,9n
e ,ast vprop044t9decorationq
Fcat4,4 Smopke.
W; 44 acj;Ffalima uu
p o o bi s 3 a9

Lit 'hocke~y i exktice today-
'e . erg's ;rink.
,Junior frtl? § ectiogiof Dettsoher
e iAc (f qargyl ,con1ai }tq ~iri
*~u4 busi~eRE {,fs 4tj ternoon
5:00 oclocik.
All out for J lit basketball prac
Thursday at 3:00 City Y. M. C. A.

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'Banquets

and Club

Dinnersj

vsBank
Arnold, VcePreslden

Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place forx Your
Ranking

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CLOSING OUT
A. WlRI(IiHT CALEiNDARS

Spring

Woolens

are served, in best of style at
MACK'S
TEA ROOM
Also dinners,lunches and refreshments
IOpen 8 am. to 5 p.m.--Saturdays till
9 p.mu.
Orchestra Saturdays--No nand Evening
SECOND FLOOR
Mack &COW
MAIN STREET

R SHIRT
will prove
good in ev~

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Lars that bea
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Our stock is now Complete.
It will be your loss if "you fail
over"this collection of NATTY
INGS.

to look
SUIT-

313 SOUTH STATE
kM SODA, LUNCHES. FINE tVNDIW

$1.50;
abody & Cox

Cluett,;

Kepai ring

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Make your selection early and have
the work done before the rush season is
on us.. All our garments are made -in
our own shops.

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Jewelry, Eye Glass Framnes. Watch
uls Accuratety Fitted. Eye Glass
Prescriptions Filled.
ber Jewelry Co.
4. Phone $43

WAGNER &
State Street

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DETROIT UNITED LINES.
Ann Arbor Time Table
Limited Cars for Detrolt-7:12 a. mn. and
hoturly to 6:12 p. mn., also 8:12 p. in.
Local Cars for Detroit-5;40 a.,im., 6:40 a.
mn., and every two hours to 6;40 p. mn., 7:40
p. m8.,:40 0p. m:., 9:45 p. in., and 10:45 p. mn
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p. mn., 12:15 p.,im.
12:30 p. in., 1:00 a. in,
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 s. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. mn.
Local Cars for Jacksn- 5:20 a. mn., and
every two hours to 9:20 p,1.,. 11:15 p. in.

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