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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
Publishzed every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours' Editor-i to 3 p. m.; 7 to ro
p. in. Business Manager-i to 3 p. in.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
Want Ad Stations. Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectonery Store.
Phone: Bell, 96o.
Frank Pennell..............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard...........Business Manager
Mllaurice Toulme................ . News Editor
C. "arold Hippler............Assistant
Karl Matthews..............Athletic Editor
G. C. ldredge.................Assistant
John 'lownley.............Music and Drama
Harold B. Abbott ................Cartoonist
Harold G. McGee Louis P. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
R. Lmnmett Taylor Edwin R. Thurston
I. Beach Carpenter Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter Morris Milligan
Bruce J, Miles Lester F. Rosenbaum
David D. Hunting
Leonard M. Rieser T J. Selig Yellen
Leo Burnett Fenn H. Hossick
F. Al. Church Carlton Jenks
Ch ares S. Johnson C. I. Lang
Bernus E. Kline Will Shafroth
Y. F. Jabin Hsu F. C. Rumnmel
F. F. McKinner W. R. Melton
Russell N\cilson R. E. Cunningharn
A. R. Johnson, Jr.......Advertising Manager
Emerson R. Smith..............Accountant
Harry E. Johnson...Cirtulation Manager
Sherwood Field John Leonard
TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1913.
Night Editor-Bruce J. Miles.
Meeting of Cubs club tonight at 7:00
a MAN'S ATTEN-
nothing. Let me
and you will get
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given by pupils of the two Lockwoads
and Mr. Howland, at the School of
Faculty Recital a Success.
Miss Ada Grace Johnson and Louis
Cogswell gave a complimentary facul-
ty recital at the school of music last
evening before a large audience. Both
Miss Johnson and Mr. Cogswell sang
at their best. The accompaniments
were well played by Miss Hamilton.
On Call Day or Night.
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Ann Arbor Time Table
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LocalCars for Detroit-5;40 a. i., 6:40 a.
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Local Cars for Jackson- 5:20 a, m., and
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CREDIT WHERE DUE.
If Michigan's request for a new
$375,000 science building is acted upon
favorably by the state legislature, no
small amount of the credit for secur-
ing the same may be given to Shirley
W. Smith, secretary of the university.
The booklet of information, to which
he has made the most valuable con-
tributions, and which is now in the
hands of each member of the legislat-
ure and the editors of the state papers,
is one of the most comprehensive
statements ever issued, concerning the
position the university occupies among
the people of its state.
Every person who has any connec-
tion with the university, whatsoever,
should master the contents of this pub-
lication. The healthier our sense of
pride in Michigan, the more we can
aid her progress,and the better we can
meet the arguments of those who are
unable to fully realize the needs of the
institution which should remain al-
ways, as it is now,.the greatest pride
of a great state.
Our duty toward our university nev-
er assumes its true significance until
after graduation. We can anticipate:
that duty in no better way than by
commencing, right now, to assimilate
those pertinent facts which prove that]
the university is accomplishing a work
for the state, immeasurable in its
scope and vahie. With this in mind,
we will find the booklet, previously
mentioned, a decided help.
MUSIC AND DRAMA.
The piano recital which has been
announced for Wednesday afternoon,
of this week has been postponed one
week, to March 26.
On Wednesday afternoon of thisa
week a public pupils' recital will be1
Rainey Hunt Pictures.
For the theatrical presentation of
his African Hunt motion pictures,
which are showing at the Whitney all
this week, afternoon and evening, Paul
J. Rainey is fortunate in having secur-
ed the services of W. W. Korby, V. C.,
as lecturer during the showing of the
views. Mr. Kirby is a wearer of the
Victoria Cross, won by him for ser-
vices in South Africa during the Boer
Mrs. Carter Comes in April.
Chicago is now enjoying Mrs. Carter
in repertoire. She is appearing in
"Zaza," two plays by Pinero which are
"The Second Mrs. Tanqueray" and
"The Gay Lord Quex,"and in "Camille."
She will be seen at the Whitney thea-
ter on Saturday, April 5.
FRESH ENGINEER WRITES OF
EXPERIENCE WITH EDISON.
Fritz G. Marsteller, '16E, has had
the unusual experience of working
several months with Thomas A. Edi-
son, the wizard of electricity. Mars-
teller came from Germany three years
ago to work with the great inventor
and until entering the University last
October was engaged in putting into
mechanical form the ideas of Mr. Ed-
He has recently published some of
his experience in various scientific
journals with sketches of the personal
side of his late employer. Marsteller
intends to complete his course in elec-
tricity at Michigan.
"Mr. Edison is a most remarkable
man," said Marsteller, "but very hu-
man for that. I remember one morn-
ing one of the men came to work with
a bright red tie. Mr. Edison looked
at him steadily for a few moments,
pulled a half dollar out of his pocket
and said, 'Go and get yourself a tie on
AT HOME PARTIES WILL BE
HELD FOR WOMEN THURSDAY
Four "at home" parties for Michi-
gan women will be given by the wives
of faculty members next Thursday af-
ternoon from 3:00 to 6:00 o'clock.
The hosts are Mrs. Max Winkler,
1520 Cambridge, assisted by Mrs. Jam-
es Cumming and Mrs. Peter Field;
Mrs. Louis Strauss, 1601 Cambridge,
aided by Mrs. George Streeter and
Mrs. Henry Douglas; Mrs. William
Wait, 1794 Cambridge, with Mrs. Her-
bert Kenyon and Mrs.' George Jack-
son; and Mrs. John Effinger, 1035
Martin Place, with Mrs. James Break-
Cosmopolitan Club Gets Set of Books.
A set of books entitled the "Guide
to the United States," written in differ-
ent languages, has been presented to
the local Cosmopolitan club by the
Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion. A duplicate set was donated to
the university general library.
THE GREATEST SONG HIT OF 1913
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;lass every Friday (venillg, to 8o'clock.
Every Monday evening, 7 to8 o'clock.
e Lessons by appomitment.
The Social Science Study club or-
ganized last week has received official
recognition as a campus organization
and has been placed under the super-
vision of the non-athletic committee.
Unbiased study of socialism in its
economic aspects will constitute the
work of the society, which has put the
ban on propaganda work by its mem-
A program committee is planning a
lecture series which will include ad-
dresses Eby socialist leaders and those
opposed to the movement.
PROFESSOR CONNECTED WITH
DEUgT'CHE EALS TO LECTURE
FORESTERS MAY SECURE
CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONS.
Nine post-graduate foresters, who
took the Civil Service examinations
for forest assistant last Wednesday
and Thursday, are guaranteed po-
sitions at $1,100 a year provided that
they passed reasonably well.
Until the last few years these gov-
ernment offices were practically the
only openings for the professional for-
ester, but since that time the field has
broadened considerably. In the last
two weeks the department has receiv-
ed letters from a western state'uni-
versity offering $2,500 to a competent
instructor,and another from the Chest-
nut Blight commission of Pennsylva-
nia, asking for a man capable of solv-
inz the nrtablemof Mth tWilitin of
s and lades and
WISCONSIN UiOR EDITOR
IS EXPELLED BY REGENTS.
Dennis W. Crille, a senior in the col-
lege of letters and science at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, was expelled last'
week by the regents of that Institution,
following the second appearance of the
second issue of "The Blackbird," an
"objectionable" publication with which
he was connected. Crille was also ed-
itor of the Sphinx, the official univer-,
sity humorous magazine.
The "questionable" publication
which appeared nameless took its
name from a crude representation of
a blackbird which adorned the cover.
It is said to have been filled with at-
tacks upon university authorities and
"spicy" -reading matter. The second
issue, with a cover design showing
President Vdn Hise in pursuit of a
blackbird was followed by the action
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Prof. Ruth Tombo, Jr., who will de-- _
liver two lectures in English in the ORATORS COMPETE THURSDAY
high school auditorium Wednesday and FOR RAUF AN TESTIMONIAL.
Thursday evenings of this week on
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to our specifications, can be had ire all sizes and
sleeve lengths and are equal in every respect to
special order goods,
We will lay your order aside for future delivery.
"Parsifal," and "Higher Education,"
has for some years been connected
with Das Deutsche Haus in New York.
Das Deutsche Haus is a clubhouse for
Germans in New York, the money for
which was presented by Mr. Edward
D. Adams, Among other things, it
contains the rooms of the Kaiser Wil-
helm professor, who is sent annually
to Columbia in exchange for the Theo-
dore Roosevelt professor who goes to
the University of Berlin.
Auditoriiun Stairs to Be Replaced.
Owing to faulty construction
half the large marble slabs on the
west stairs of the new auditorium
building are being relaid. This part
of the construction was completed two
weeks ago, but the inspectors ordered
it torn up because it failed to comply
with some of the smaller requirements
of the contract. This phase of the
work should be completed by the end
The date for the annual university
oratorical contest has been changed
from Friday to Thursday evening to
avoid a conflict with the State Peace
contest which will be held in Ypsilanti
Five men will compete in the uni-
versity contest Thursday, and the win-
ner will be awarded the Chicago Alum-
ni medal and the Kaufman testimonial
of $100.00, in addition to representing
Michigan in the Northern Oratorical
League contest this year.
S. J. Rosenstein, '15L, will represent
the sophomores; Percival Blanshard,
'14, and W. C. Mullendore, '14, the jun-
iors; and J. L. Primrose, '13; and H. E.
Goodenow, '13, the seniors.
Vespers to Be Held at Newberry Hall.
An Easter vesper service will be
held at Newberry hall this afternoon
at 5:00 o'clock in nlace of the regular
en taking steps to es-I
Arbor agency for his