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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
igthe university year.
Entered at the pstoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1 879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours Editor-i to 3 p. m.; j to o
p. m. Business Manager- to 3 P. m.
Subs~ription Price: By carrier, $.50; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy; Davis
and: onald's Confectionery Store.
Phone: Bell, 960.
Frank Pennell..............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard..........Business Manager
Maurice Toulme................News Editor
C. Harold Ilippler................ Assistant
Karl Matthews ..............Athletic Editor
G. C. Mdredge....................Assistant
J olin Townley........ ....MYusic and Drama
M aude ; Edwards ...................Women
hlarold II. Abbott................Cartoonist
EDITORIALS
Harold G. McGee Louis ?. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
R. inFmett Taylor Edwin R. Thurston
Robert Lane
NIGHT EDITORS
II. Beach Carpenter Fred B. Foulk
Bruce J. Miles Lester F. Rosebaum
Morton R. Hunter Morris Miligan
David D. Hunting
REPORTERS
Leonard M. Rieser J. Selig Yellen
Leo Burnett Tenn H. Hossick
F. M. Church Carlton Jenks
Charle's S. Johnson C. H. Lang
B'ernus I. Kline XWil Shafroth
Y. F. Jabin Hsu I. C. Rummel
F. F. McKinnev W. R. Meltons
R. E. Cunningham
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr....... Advertising Manager
_Emerson R. Smith...............Accountant
Harry F. Johnson.......Circulation Manager
Sherwood Field John Leonard
THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1913.
Night Editor-Bruce J. Miles.
A HEALTHY CHILD.
There are few' youngsters among
the university's institutions in better
health or with better futures than the
new senior advisory system, now' in
its first year. Much good had been
accomplished already and all that is
needed to -make it come up to the ex-
pectations of those who started the ad-
visory idea at Michigan some five
years ago is the co-operation of the
entire student body, underclassmen as
well as upperclassmen.
At present the purpose of the plan
embraces such fundamentals as the
guiding of freshmen in the selection
of their studies, the equation of work
and play, the teaching of Michigan tra-
ditions and ideals, and the making of
the right kind of friends. Only a small
fraction of the thousands of men en-
tering the university each fall for the
first time, know anything about Mich-
igan's history or have any conception
of the courses they should carry out.
The senior advisory system will keep
a lot of these first year men from those
paths of least resistance which lead
eventually to a ruined course or even
to dismissal.
As a corollary, not yet brought out,
we suggest the systematic collection
by the seniors of data pertaining to
employment for self-supporting stu-
dents, of unsanitary and unhygienic
conditions in the houses wsere their
proteges may be rooming, and of the
underlying causes for failures in scho-
lastic pursuits. There is really no
limit to the benefits which will inure
to the university and its members
once the plan reaches its full swing.
That swing will not come, however,
without labor and unstinted co-opera-
tion. Neither will it come if the sen-
iors remain passive; it is their duty to
take the aggressive and look up every
freshman placed under their care and
not wait for the new men to come to
them.

ThEATRICAL CIRCLES.
Choose Mrs. Carter's Play.
Mrs. Leslie Carter, who is at pres-
ent in Chicago, where she is appear-
ing in repertoire, will come to the
Whitney theater for one night only
on Saturday, April 5, in one of the fol-
lowing plays, "Zaza,""The Second Mrs..
Tahqueray," "Camille" or "The Gay
Lord Quex." Should any of Mirs. Car-
ter's admirers in this city desire to see
her especially in any one of the above
plays, it would be a good suggestion
for them to notify Mr. McIntyre, man-
agter of the Whitney.
At he Majestic.
The wonderful Heras family of sen-
sational acrobats appears on the Ma-
jestic bill for the remainder of the
week, starting tonight. This troupe
played here last year and was so pop-
ular that a return engagement was
arranged for this week. McNamee
will give an interesting exhibition of
modeling in clay. The rest of the new
show will be of the very best. The
star act next Monday night will be
Robert and Robert a man and a dog
who give a one act play in which the
canine plays the leading role.
Aborn Opera Company on March 13,
From all reports, the Aborn English
grand opera company is surpassing ev-
erywhere this season, the splendid
success it had during its last tour,
which was pronounced the most aus-
picious recorded for grandl opera in
English since the days of Abbott and
Kellogg. It comes to the Whitney,
Thursday, March 13.
SOPII LITS URGE MEMBEBRS.
TO PAY CLASS DUES TODAY.
Soph lits will wage a campaign for
the collection of dues today, and the
committeemen will - be in University
hall from 9:00 to 5:00 o'clock. Al-
though sevral classes have set aside a
unmber of days for their campaigns,
the sophomores will concentrate their'
efforts on one day.
The attention of the class is called
to the requirement in their constitu-
tion which forbids members who have
not paid their dues from participating
in class activities.

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Gertrude L. Rudd Groves Bldg., cor. State and Liberty. Entrance on Lib-
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Ann Arbor Time Table

Limited Cars or Detroil-7:12 a. in. and
hour~ly to 6:12 p. rn., also 8:10, p. is.
Local Caresfor Detroit--5;40 a. 2n., .6:40) a.
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12:30 p. M., 1:00 a. m,
Limited Cars fEr Jaelcson-7:46 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46p.m.
Local Cars for Jackson-5:20 a. in., and
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>ve our superiority in every instance."

Kennedy and Royon Lead Players.
C. Kennedy and C. H. Royon, '1L,
with 2119 were high men in the first
round of the Union bridge tournament
played last night. J. E. Bond,, '14, and
Renville Wheat, '14, were second with
1598 and E. A. Tessin, '14L and R. V.
Lucas, '13, with 1424 took third plate.
The second round will be played lat
the Union Wednesday night and the
games will be continued every Wed-
nesday night until the tournament is
completed. As yet a sufficient number
have not signed up to warrant a
straight bridge tournament.
PROF. HOAD SAYS TRIVIAL
CAUSES ATTRACT ENGINEERS
"Causes of the most trivial kind, lead
not a few students to enter this de-
partment," said Prof. W. C. Hoad, in
his talk to the freshmen engineers at
their assembly, yesterday morning.
"A month's work as surveyor's helper,
the watching of a large piece of con-
struction work or the glitter of a
transit is sometimes sufficient to make
a student feel that he is especially fit
for engineering.. However, to be suc-
cessful, he must have far deeper rea-
sons for taking up this profession."

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

From

Senior laws who intend to compete
for class orator give names to secre-
tary of the law department at once.
There will be a meeting of the soph
engineers in room 311 of the engineer-
ing building at 4:30 o'clock this after-
noon to elect Soph Prom chairman.
Miss Bigelow wishes to announce
that she will be unable to have her
reception, one of the Oakland avenue
receptions, this afternoon. She is At,
Home regularly Tuesday afternoon.
SENIOR LAWS WILL HOLD
DINNER AT UNION TONIGHT.
The senior laws will hold their third
dinner of the year this evening at the
Union at 6:00 o'clock. J. S. McElroy
will act -as toastmaster. Prof. J. R.
Rood., of the law faculty, and Charles
Bowman and Walter Bie, members of
the class, will give short talks. Solos
will be rendered by H. M. Lautmann,
R. S. Taylor and R. N. Ogden who will
be accompanied by L. C. Hageman.

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other on
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other prefers it i
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