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THE MIC14IGAN} DAILY expositions of the. gospel of truthful-
----- ness tnan we have in Washington the
Offcia ne~spperatthe University of Mich-
Ocalnwapraigan. manl. You mnay hurrah all you want,
about the saintly qualities in national'
P'ubiished every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university -year.# characters but the human qualities are
Entuered at the postoffice at Ann .Arbor, Mich- the ones which stick. That is why
iga n. under Act of Congress of MNarch 3,; Lincoln is so powerful an influence
with us today. We feel him within our
OlbEcs: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build- gap mhtclyahmnbig
ino;, AIlaynard Street. gap mhtclyahmnbig
Office Hours: Editor-s to 3 P. m. ; 7 tO o t Yet Washington was one of the most
p, . Itulsiness Manager-r to 3 p. In;
Subscription Price: By carrier, $.,3o; by miail, human of our county'snt mn
$3.00.i This side belongs as much to the coun-
Want Ad Sta ions : Press Build ing: Quarry's
P'harmnacy L n iversity P'harmacy ; Davis try as the side of his military leader-
an[ oal' onetone:ryell.re. ship or his statesmanship. It is a her-
Phon: Let. 9o.itage that godliness alone could never
leave; and it is especially important
because it brings the heroic man near
farank Pennell.............lManaging E ditor; to his kind without diminishing his
Jcseph l 'ouchar4 ..........BIusiness Manager' stature or blurring the brilliancy of
M4aurice Toulnie............... News Editor 'his career. Let us, then. in our ser-
C. H-arold litppler................. Assistant;vcst Wahnonrm brti.-
Karl LM attheys .... .....,....thletic LEditor rcst Wsigtnrmme hs
'e. C. Eldredige .................... Assistanti He was the foremost Human Being of
John Tcwnicy ............Music and Drama
1Mao le FEdwardis......... ....women: his age; a man of human aims and hu-
rfarold 1. 'Abbott.. ........... .. Cartoonist man weaknesses. And national heroes
EDITORIALst with such characteristics are the best
hlarold G. McGee Louis P. Iiaiher
Howell Van lkuken Maurice Myers possessions of the people.
R. IEmmett Taylor rdwin R. Th~urston
Robert Lane -I- -©-'
t. NIGHT EDITORS )ISCADDIA
I. leach Carpene;cr Fred R. Fouk MSC DAA
llruce J. :,lies Lester C. Rosenbaum j __
Morton It.f I unter Morris Milligan
David D FTnrig Fnevlly Concert Monday.
PEPORT.ERS
Leona-,l ]. Riec'er J. Se~ig Yellen Owing to a happy arrangement with
Leo Burnett IFenn Ef. tiossick; the University of Wisconsin, the school
. Mb. Church Carlton Jenksa
Cha-les S. Johnson C. 11. Lang of music is able to announce a recital
Pernus I:. Kline Will Shafroth
Y. F. Jabin Hsu IT. C. Rumnmel; to be given oji Monday evening, Feb-
V. r. McKinnet XW. R. Milton' ruary 24, by Miss Minnie Bergman,
R. Cuningam Isoprano, and Mrs. Inga Sandberg, ac-
BUSINESS STAFFI companist. Both are members of the
k. R. Johnson. Jr.......Advertising Manager: musical faculty at Madison. Miss
Emerson R. Smith....... ... ...Accountant en eyi
larry r-. Johnson....... Circulation Manager Bergman has bevrysucsflI
Shecrwood Field John Leonard! concert and oratorio .work, and has
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913. but recently scored a great success as
______________- soloist with the Thomas orchestra.
Night Editor-Morton R. Hunter. the concert here will be given at 8 :00
____________________o'clock Monday evening in High School
DEBUTS. hall, as one of the regular faculty con-
Mcia's athletics break their long; certs for the second semester.
winter isfleep tonight in the annualI The program will be as follows:
preliminary track meet. The long list 'h sSli9.....Shbr
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of entries include many names, strange
to the casual follower of our track
team, but from these novices are bound
to come new stars for our cinder con-
stellation. We wish theme the delight
of shattered records.
Once the timer's whistle has blown
on the last event tonight, dop'esters at;
last will have something definite to
Mteer by In attempts to figure out what
p'ort of a team we are to be represent-
ed by this year. However that may be,
we are confident that Michigan will
again be a dangerous contender at thp,
Eastern Intercollegiate this spring, in
spite of losses due to graduation and
Further, this will be our first oppor-
tunity to see the results of Trainer
Farrell's work with his track prote-
ges; and, judging from his fine record
att Ohio State, surprises are In order.
"Steve" has a big task on his hands,
but the excellent reports we have
heard, leads to the conclusion that he
is bigger than the task. Here's. hop-
ing that he uncovers a multitude of
"finds" at the coming-out party to-
night at Waterman.
MAN AND SUPERMAN.
Does Washintgon's birthday mean
to you a day of reverential admiration
?or a hero of old, a day~ of thanksgiv-
ing for noble example and remarkable
achievements, or simply another "open,
date," another day when you may free
your thoughts of serious things? We
venture the latter.
Yet such a day should mean more.
?unfortunately, we have come to look
upon Washington as a sort of tins'el
-cod, Instead of a human being. We
have let ourselves drift on year after
year and have been more interested
in cherry tree episodes and fictitious

Die Kraehe.. ...........Schubert
Der Tod und das Madchen . .Schubert
Rastlose Liebe ............. Schubert
Les Cloches .............. Debussy
II Pleure dans mon Coeur . . Debussy
Romance ................ .Debussy
L'ombre des Arbres........ Debussy
Meine liebe 1st Grun .........Brahms
Liebestreu................Brahms
Wie melodien zleht es mir .... Brahms,
Auf dem Schiff .............Brahm«
I-ow many times do I love thee, dear
......Freer
Apparitions...... ............Freer
She is not Fair to Outward View..
... .....Freer
Put by the Lute ........Freer
Song ;of the. Rose ............. Freer
(Dedicated to Miss Bergman)
Alpha Nu to Choose Secretary Tonight.
Alpha Nu literary society will ballot,
this evening at their regular weekly
meeting for the office of. secretary. H.
L. Wheaton, '14, W. H. Egly, '13, E. W.
HoogSteen,, '14, are the candidates for
the 'office. The final elliination con-
test to decide the initiate debating
team has been postponed until March
8, and the meeting this evening will be
given over' entirely to impromptu
talks,

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FOR FRESHI LIT FUNCTION.' Raymond Ballentyne. T he chaperonE
______will be Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir, a]
Tickets for the fresh lit dance, to b6 Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Coe. Several fe:
given at the Union Friday night, a re tures will be tried includW gco cnfet
selling fast.- They are limited to 90, ind. o1rh acs up.wl
and can be 'obtained from Clem Mear-' served after the dance.
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February 26.-Indiana club dance, at
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February 28.-Fresh lit dance, at, the
Union, 8:30 o'clock.
March 1.-Regular dance at the Un-
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