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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

te Line of Spring Woolens

Largest Assortment in the City
Ready for Your Inspection,

State Street

H. WILD CO.

311 S.

Track Goods

e have a Complete Line of
Tr ack Shoes, $3.00
Running Corks, lc,

Running Suits, $100
Supporters, 50 and 75c

CH EStCdos n'
IHEEHAN t CO.

TEARS
The injustice done to the
an POORLY dressed would
ing TEARS to the eyes of a
ooden INDIAN. -

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D ieterle IO. D. fRR (ver.Bdti-
ILOR Liberty Street Bell 582-J
(Copyrighted)
~rahger's .Ac.demx y of oDrncln
ARN TO DANCE. New term beginning now. Assemblies every WEDNESDAY
ID SATURDAY evening. Rent the Academy for your next party. Rates very reason-
lie. For information call at academy or phone 246. Olfice Hours: 10 to 12 A.M..2 to 4 P.M.

THE, MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
the igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ingheuniversity year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-r to 3 p. n.; 7 to TO
p. m. Business Manager-i to 3 p. m.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $.5o; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Donald's Confectionery Store.
Phone: Bell, 96o.
Frank Pennell.............. Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard..........Business Manager
Maurice Toulme...............News Editor
C. Harold Hippler....... ...ssistant
Karl Matthews ........ :Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge...............Assistant
John Townley................ .. Music and Drama
laude Edwards.Women
Harold B. Abbott...... .......Cartoonist
EDITORIALS
Harold G. McGee Louis P. Haler
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
R. Emmett Taylor Edwin R. Thurston
Robert Lane
NIGHT EDITORS
11. Beach Carpenter Fred B. Foulk
Bruce J. Miles Lester F. Rosenbaum
Morton R. Hunter Morris Milligan
David D3. Hunting
REPORTERS
LeonardAl. Rieser J. Selig Yellen
Leo Burnett Fenn H. Hossick
F. M. Church Carlton Jenks
Charles S. Johnson C. I. Lang
Bernus E. Kine Will Shafroth
Y. F. Jabin Hsu I. C. Rummel
F. F. MtKinnev XW. R. Mlton
R. E. Cunningham
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr.......Advertising Manager
Emerson R. Smith..............Accountant
Harry E. Johnson.....Circulation Manager
Sherwood Field John Leonard
SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1913.
Night Editor-Leo N. Burnett.
"TANGO," 1911-1913.
After the sudden death and hasty
burial of the much abused "tango," it
seems permissible to publish an obit-
uary. We have been passing through
what has been called a renaissance of
dancing. In all circles, European and
American, professional and social
alike, there is a revival of dancing. Old
dances are being reintroduced and new
dance forms created. The "Boston" as
a special form of the waltz*was a re-
sultant of two forces; the demand of
"New England conscience" to wholly
surrender and relax to the present time
spirit. It is the waltz in the minuet
spirit RAg time music and dancing
was a protest from what Professor
James calls a "Jungle of reality;" a
rebellion against slothful conditions;
an anarchistic desire to kick, yell, and
give vent to feelings long repressed.
The modern waltz betrays a history
not unlike that of ragtime in music.
It came from the bottom and made its
way slowly to generalacceptance. In
the early days in New York young men
of the better class were sent to Vien-
na to join the Austrian cavalry and
there learn to ride, to fence, and to
dance. The Viennese were the best
waltzers in the world. From Vienna,
through Southerners and New Yorkers
in the Austrian service, came the waltz,
and with it the music of the waltz king
Strauss, slowly and surely made its
way into every circle throughout the
land, even in New England.
Innovations in customs and manners
are seldom welcomed. As our Puritan
friends say, "The love of things an-
cient doth argue staidness." This has
been true particularly in regard to
dancing. Today there seems to be an
insistent demand for a type of dance
They all like it. Take her a box
this week end. Martha Washington
Candy at University Pharmacy. Sat.

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ENGLAND IN INDIA

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MR, PREMANDA DAS

Our Optical System
is equipped to give the best service.
We test eyes No "Drops" Used. We make your
glasses.
Skur-On Agency

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State cor. Huron.
R. S. LORING, Minister
MORNING SERVICE AT 10:30

Subject :
The Method of Science and Religion in
Seeking Truth.
Young Peoples' Society at 7

different from our present waltz and
two-step. We notice on the stage the
revival of the symbolic dances of the
Far East, of Greece, folk dances, and
modern aesthetic and classical dances.
Somewhere between the melancholy
Hungarian lasca and the wild friska,
between the graceful Polish mazurka
and the lively Spanish bolero or fan-
dango with castanets, there may be a
dance form which will find favor in
this country.
The "tango" represented an effort to
satisfy the new spirit. It has gone its
way because of overstepping too far
the bounds that the conventional will
countenance. Perhaps the day may
yet come when all the awkward vill
become graceful enough to warrant the
establishment of new dances, with
none of the objectionable characteris-
tics of the demised, and yet offering
more variety and grace than present-
day approved dances.
THEATRICAJL CIRCLES.
Richard Carle Booked.
Richard Carle and Hattie Williams
at the heai of Charles Frohman's big
mnusical production of "The Girl from
Montmartre" will bti at the Whitney
theater soon.
This attraction which includes J. M.
Barrie's laughable skit on the prob-
lem play called "A Slice of Life," has
been conceded one of the season's most
amusing successes.
Aborn English Opera.
The Aborn English Grand Opera Co.
which comes to the Whitney theater on
Friday, March 13, is the most famous
English Grand Opera organization in
the world presenting standard and
modern grand opera compositions on
a magnificent scale.
At the Majestic.
Harry Howard and his sensational
one-act comedy drama, "The Fire-fly,"
dealing with railroad life, tops the bill
of.vaudeville promises ushering in the
new week at the Majestic. Halligand
and Sykes, recently with "Bright Eyes"
will be worth the price of the show
alone. Usual matinees at the usual
prices will continue throughout the
week.
Eminent Divine to Address Chinese.
Prof. W. H. McKenzie of the Hart-
ford Theological seminary, Connecti-
cut, will address the weekly Sunday
assembly of the Chinese Students' club
this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in Mc-
Millan hall.
GREAT REMOVAL SALEM
At the Palais Royal, 209 E. Liberty,
U. of M. Pennants and Pillows at cost
for two weeks, as we remove to 304 S.
Main April1. 100-104

A wonderful timesaver
$7.50 in Leather Case
Engineers' Supplies in General-

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GRINNELL BROS, 120-122 E. Liberty St.
Everything in the Realm of Music.
BUSINESS DIRECTOIRY
THERE HAS BEEN DEMAND ON LPART OF THE MICHiGAN DAILY
READERS'FOR A BUSINESS DIRECTORY WHICH WOULD REFER T HEM
TO RELIABLE BOARDING HOUSES, REAL ESTATE FIRMS, INSUR-
ANCE AND PROFESSIONAL OFFICES, ETC. THE DAILY GIVES BE-
LOW A LIST OF SUCH RECOGNIZED FIRMS. THIS DIRECTORY WILL
APPEAR EVERY SUNDAY.

DO YOU STUDY HYDRAULICS?

University Bookstores

Arnold & Co.
320 S. MAIN

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BOARDING HOUSES
RESTAURANT
331 South Main St.
Regular Dinner 25c
Lunches. Home-made Pies.
Chicken Dinner every Sunday.
CAMPUS CAFE
Why not board at a real Boarding
House?
Meals like those at home.
Come to 911 N. University and be
convinced.

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
GAUNTLETT AND SELLMAN
Real Estate, Fire, Health and
Casualty Insurance

110 E. Huron St.

Phone 180-L.

y Fellows, have you tried
"MAC'S "Cracker Jack?
y it at 613 Liberty St.,
Hoppe's Former Store

WARREN AGENCY
206 National Bank Bldg. Phone 303-J.
Special Bargains in desirable places
for sale or rent.
Life, Accident and Fire Insurance. We
solicit correspondence or calls.
L. D. CARR
Real Estate Ages;
17 Savings Bank Block.. Phone 441.

For Rent

ne Made Candy,

Light Lunches

Specialty-residence property, houses
for sororities and fraternities.
--5 The
Farmers and Mechanics Bank
' 01-103-105 South Mvain,,Street

SWEET
TER SERVICE

AS IT SOUNDS
BETTER CANDY

Capilal $100,000.

Surplus and Profits $67,000

THE SUGAR BOWL

Arbor's Best Confectionery. Ice cream soda de luxe. Candy of all
[escriptions.

WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO EVERY ORDER NO MATTER HOW SMALL
ON MAIN STREET

CARDS -PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
IN& pjp, NWRITE
FOR
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The Best---Johnston's Chocolates
THE APPRECIATED CANDIES I.

BITTER SWEETS
A Strictly Modern Offering of Candy
Favorites in Old Style.
Calkins' Pharmacy,
324 Sq. STATE St.

Spring

Woolens

y a Box

of Johnston's Sugalasses Cookies, 10c
They Melt in Your Mouth

The Ant Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,000
Resourses $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Officers: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., W. D. Harri-
man, Vice-Pres. M. 1. Fritz, Cashier,
MADRAS 3
LIGHTLY spaced
front. Made of white
Madras. Exceedingly
smart. 2 for 25c
ARROW
COLLARS
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Troy, N. Y.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor Time Table
Limited Cars for Detroit-7:12 a. m. and
hourly to 6:12 p. M., also 8:12.p. M.
Local Cars for Detroit-5;40 a. m., 6:40 a.
m., and every two hours to 6;40 p. m., 7:40
p.m.,8:40p.m, 9:45 p. nand 10:45 p m
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15p.im, 12:15 p. m.
12:30 p. m., 1:00 a. m,
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. m.

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

Banquets

and Club

Dinners

to look
SUIT-

are served in best of style at

313 SOUTH ,STATE
ICE CREAM SODA. LUNCHES, FINE CANDIES

MACK'S

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F FACULTY WILL
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB.

nonthly smoker of the Corda-
Cosmopolitan club will be held
March 3, at 8:00 o'clock at

program-of the Alpha Nu literary soci-
ety at its regular meeting last night.
The three members of the initiate de-
bating squad will be chosen Saturda.t
evening to oppose the Adelphi team in
the annual debate in April.

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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Also dinners,lunches and refreshments
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.--Saturdays till
9 p.m.
Orchestra Saturdays--Noon and Evening

ROOM

WACNER &
State Street

CO.

SECOND FLOORD

-.
ers of the faculty who:are in- Engineers Will Have Chairmanship.
in the movement and all hon- At the meeting of the social commit-
tees of the soph lits and engineers
us Hear Impromptu Speeches. yesterday it was decided to give the
nptu speeches 'made up the chairmanship to the engineers.

Mack & Co.
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