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THlE MICHIGAN DAILi
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
Published 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 H ours : itor-x to 3 p. in.; 7 to TO
p. m. Business Manager-i to 3 p. im.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $.50; by mail,
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionery Store.
Phone: Bell, 96o.
Frank .Pennell ..............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard...........Business Manager
FRIDAY, MARDI 28, 1913.
The season will soon be here. Have your 'Racket ready for
use. Bring it in now and let us re-string it. We guaran-
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bxUUoEUAN C C . Bookstore
good fitting SUIT Casts out.OALMKE
,ooiM. A prosperous appear- For Raet,.$25.00 up,
ce BIRIHI IS the other (3 m"". $.oo)
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LAST TERM Begins Tuesday Evening, March 25th. Classes forjLadles and
ntlenien Every TUESDAY AN'D THURSDAY EVENING, 7 to 8 o'clock.
LRNOLD CU C~O Jewelers
220 SoUth Main St.
We make Jewelry for Mich- Our Optical Department grinds
Lmua, Sphinx, Owls, Barristers, lenses in our own shop. Any lens'
zlians, Druids, Alchemists, etc. duplicated. Bring your or~lr for I
ima Xi. Phi Beta Kappa. glasses here and get expert and
timat~es and Designs Furnished prompt service. Agents for Shur-ois.
aranteed Alavrm. Clocks
Hailer Je W elryCo.
308 South State Street
hone 534 Phone 5634
'e Repair all Makes of Fountain pens. Fine Watch anid
Night Editor-F. M. Church.
Sympathy with the flood victims has
called two meetings today, one of the
:Michigan Union and one of the Wom-
en's League. The men are to meet to
call for volunteers to give up their
spring vacation to go to the flood dis-
trict and, make themselves useful in
helping repair the damage. The wom-
en will decide whether or not they
shall give up their annual banquet to
alleviate the suffering of the starving
and homeless. Both of these move-
ments meet with the heartiest sympa-
thy of The Michigan Daily.
If the women will show that they
care more about giving others needed
food than for a banquet for themselves,
if they will sacrifice pleasure to serve
the victims of a great disaster, we'll
be proud 'of them.
The men have an equal chance to
show whether they, are bricks" or 'just
unburnt clay.' To volunteer to go down
into a country that is apt to be pesti-
lence ridden will require moral cour-
age of no mean order. And men with
that order of courage and with ability
to do things are the kind that will be
PROF'. KARPINSKI IS JOINT
-81ItFI0OR OF KOO0K ON NUMERALS
Prof. L. C. Karpinski, of the engi-
neering department, and Prof. David E,
Smith, of Columbia university, have
published a book on "The Hindu Arab-
ic Numerals." The scheme of the au-
thors has been to trace the develop-
ment of the numeral signs a-mong the
Hindus,and then to explain their adop-
tion among the peoples who have since
Otis to be Assistant to Dr. Streeter.
Lloyd Otis, '13MV, has been appoint-
ed assistant to Dr. G. L. Streeter of the
anatomical department. Otis was to
be stationed in the general hospitals
of the university, to do interne work.
NTEW1'lRLL AUDITORIU31 WILL
BE DEDICATED ALUMNI DAY.
Alumni day of Memorial week has
been set aside for the formal dedica-
tion of "the new Hill auditorium. Sen-.
ator Townsend has signified his wil-
lingness to deliver the dedicatory ad-
dress. Governor Ferris and one of the
members of the board of regents will
probably speak also. The minor de-
tails of the program are still under the
consideration of a special committee
appointed by the regents for that pur-
poqse, but no definite plans will be de-
termined upon until all the speakers
have been secured.
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For sale In Ann Arbor by
Wagner & Co.
PROF. LINT) WILL STUDY IN
])ENTER BEAU OF MINES.
Professor S. C. Lind of the chemistry
department has been granted a leave
of absence of one year to conduct ex-
periments for the government in the
Denver Bp reau of Mines. He will ex-
periment vth the extraction of radium
from uranium ores mined in America.
Prof. Lind has been actively connected
with the Vienna School of Radium in
the same line of work
J-LITS AND ENGINEERS WILL
PERPETRATE SOCIAL ANOMALY
Combined junior lit and engi-
neering classes will . dance Fri-
day, April 25 at the Junior
Jamboree, "a social anomaly," The
affair will be hield at the Armory] and
Finzel's, band of Detroit will furnish
The committee has planned to make
the jamboree the, biggest informal
event of the year. Elaborate programs
will be used, and the , refreshments
committee is arranging for special ca-
tering service. Tickets will be on sale
after vacation at $2.00. Attendance
will be limited to 200 couples.
Commerce Club to Takej~ Spring Trip
Twenty-five members of the Com-
merce club will leave for Cleveland
May 1 on their. annual spring trip. The
party will leave Detroit at 10:45
Thursday night, and will spend Friday
and Saturday in Cleveland. Among the
industrial institutions which they will
inspect, the most prominent are the
Sherwin Williams Paint Co., and the
Wooltex Cloak Co.
Adephi Holds Tryout for Cup Debate.
Adephi literary society will hold its
tryouts for the "cup" debating team
this evening in. the society rooms in
University hall. The qestion to be
debated is "Resolved: that the presi-
dent of the United States shall be elec-
ted for alsingle term of 6 years and
shall be inelgible for re-election."
Y, X, C. A Finds Jobs For Students.
The Y M. C. A. employment bureau
has 'already supplied 'many students
with steady work during spring vaca-
tion, and will have a number of odd
jobs open if the weather is good at that
time. They are also carrying on a
large campaign for employment and
have already received inquiries for
students who want summer work.
President Wilson Appoints Graduate
Edwin F. Sweet, '74L, has been ap-
pointed by Pres. Wilson as Assistant
Secretary of Commerce.
Try Martha Washington Candy at
the University Pharmacy. Fresh every
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Ann. Arbor Time Table
Limited Cars for Detroit-7:12 a. m, and
hourlyr~o 6:12 p. in., also 8:12 p. mn.
Local Cars for Detroit--5;40 a. mn., 6:40 a.
in., and every two hours to 8;40 p. mn., 7:40
P. mn., 8:40 p. mn., 9:45 p. mn., and 10:45 p. mn
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p. mn., 12:15 p. mn.
12:30 p. Mn., 1:00 a. in,
Limaited Cars for Jackson-7:48 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. mn.
Local Cars for Jackson-5 :20 a.m., and
every two hours- to 9:20 p.m., 11:15 p.m.
man, Vic-Pres. M. J. Fritz, Cashier.
The cosiest dining room in town is
Mack's Tea Room
D~inners, lunches or. refreshments.
Rest Room in connection.
Open from 8 a.m. to V5p.mt.; On
Saturdays till 9 p. in.
MACK & CO.'
will prove as
good in every
way as the col-
lars that bear
the same -,name
C. John Wall, Jr., Cashier