THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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TI -E; MIChIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
Published every morning except Monday dur-'
ing ,he"unversity year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor Mich-
igant under Act of Congress of Ma rch 3,
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build.-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-i to 3 p. In.; y to so
p. m. Business Manager-3 tog3 p. iii.
Subscription Price: By carer, $z.0; by mail,
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; Universityr Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionery Store.
Phone: Bell, g6o.
Frank Pennell.............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard..........Business Manager
Maurice Toulme..............News Editor
C. Harold ippler:...,...........Assistant
Karl Matthews ..,.......Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge ..... ...........Assistant
John Tow-ley.. .........Music and Dra
Harold B. Abbott ................Cartoonist
Harold G. McGee Louis P. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
R. *mrett Taylor Edwin R. Thurston
H. Beach Carpenter Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter .Morris Milligan
Bruce . tMiles LesterF. Rosenbaumn'
Leonard M. Rieser 3. Selig Yellen
M. Church Calton Jenks
Charles S. Johnson C. H. Lang
Berms E. Kline Will Shafroth
Y.F. Jabin Hsu HF. C. Rumnmel
TF. McKinney W. R. Melton
Russell Neilson R. . Cunningham
A. R. Johnson J.......Advertisin Manager
Emerson R. mith..... .....ccountant
Harry E. Johnson......Circulation Manager
Sherwood Field John L:eonard
Myron W. Watkins F. G. Millard-
SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1913.
INight Editor-Morton R. Hunter.
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Is there some silver in your pocket
this morning that you've saved for a
game of billiards, a trip to a vaudeville
show, or a dance? When you pass
through the campus and see a relief
fund station, put your hand in your
pocket, draw out that silver, and drop
it in the contribution box. It will
buy food for some half-starved, ex-
hausted human being.
Is there an old suit or a suit of
ES clothes in your closet that you've been
saving for the old clothes man? Leave
it on the front porch this morning and
a delivery man will come around and
and get it. It may keep some half-drown-
a e man or woman from freezing to
p: W've got a lot of confidence in this
student body of ours. Michigan wo-
and mengav evidence of their mettle
and ;,yesterday..in the sacrifice of their big-
groups under which to organize it.
Since the honor system is essential-
ly a class matter directly involving ev-
ery member of the class and his rela-
tions with his classmates, it is a ques-
tion calling for the earnest and sin-
cere consideration and discussion of
each and every student. An honor
system successfully adopted consists
in an agreed state of opinion among
all those taking an examination as to
how that examination ought to be
conducted and how it shall be con-
ducted. It is obvious that this com-
munity of thought and action can on-
ly be brought about by a great amount
of discussion and individual and col-
lective thinking on the problem.
It will be the object of the meeting
of the different class heads at the Un-
ion to consider ways and means for
promoting discussion in their various
classes, to obtain and get before their
classes the facts regarding honor sys-
tems at other schools, and to find the
opinion existing among the members
as to the feasibility of the adoption of
- We believe the honor system is a
highly important question, weighted
with considerations of the greatest im..
portance to the university. We con-
sider that the class presidents'have a
big opportunity in promoting the dis-
cussion of this matter on the campus.
MUSIC AND DRAMA .
Last Orchestra Concert.
The last concert of the season by
the University symphony orchestra
will be given in high school hall Mon-
day evening at 8:00 o'clock. It is
hope' that a good sized audience will
show their appreciaton of what this
organization is doing for the mftsical
life of Ann Arbor by their presence
at this. final concert. The soloist for
the occasion will be Mrs. George B.
Rhead, pianist. She has chosen as
her contribution Mozart's D minor
The program will be as follows:
"Coriolan" Overture, Op. 62.Beethoven
Concerto D minor (Koechel No. 466)
.... ..... ... Moiart.
Allegro; Romanza; Rondo.
Symphony No. 3, A. minor, Op. 66..
........'.... '. '....Mendelssohn
"Freckles," under the direction of A.
G. Delamater, "the producer of clean
plays" Will.. be seen at the Whitney:
theater Friday, Aprl 4. It has cre-
ated a furor among theatergoers large-
ly through its immense popularity as a
novel, but the play is said to be even
stronger than the book. All the mem-
orable scenes of the story are faithful-
ly produced in the stage version.
Gift of German Literature Arrives.
The entire collection of books pur-
chased with the proceeds from "Der
G'wissenswurm," presented last fal
by the Munich players under the aus-
pices of the German faculty, has now
been received at the generat library.
This gives to the library a nearly com-
plete collection of modern German lit-
erature, as the books in this set are
almost entirely the works of nine-
teenth century writers.
F. S. Dewey, '89, is Made Editor.
Franklin S. Dewey, '69, secretary of
the National Casualty company has
been made editor of the National Leaf-
let and has recently published in its
pages a number of poems. Some of
the title are as follows: "Two Black
Crowns," "De Grande Soiree," "Who's
Who," and "Crush not the Heart."
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might have food. Michigan men yes-
terday declared themselves ready for
the perils of rescue work.,
Today the rest of us have our
chance. We can spare some of our
ward-robe. We can go. out of our.
way to reach a relief fund station-
and give a little more than we think
we can spare. In the long run, it
won't be missed.
Don't wait for the other fellow. Do
your share-your DUTY; your duty as
a Michigan man; as a human being.
DISCUSSION ON HONOR SYSTEM.
The gathering of the various class
presidents at the Union next Sunday
afternoon to consider the honor sys-
tem should prove valuable as a means
of putting the question beibre the
campus for discussion. Classes and
departments are the natural groups in
which to foster opinion and deal with
the different phases of the question of
honor examinations. If an honor sys-;
tem be adopted, these are the logical.
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UNIVERSITY LOSES PROPERTY
JN RECENT OMAHA TO$NADO.
Word was received here today by
Shirley W. Smith, secretary of the uni-
versitr, that two houses owned by the
'university In Omaha were totally de-
molished by the recent tornado which
struck that city last Sunday. The ex-
act logs is not known. The property
B ' ~ -Lr : 3'-
. _ .. '. . . . a
- was part of a bequest to the univer-
,ty from the estate of the late Olivia
'Bates: o Detroit andBaltimore. '
Women M old luterclass Meet Monday.
The fourth .annual interclass gym-
nastic meet for women will be held,
y 'next Monday evening at '1:00. o'clock'
'ihr Barbour gymnasium. The cup and
"barner, which are given as trophies,
;hie been captured for the past two
y :rs by the class of 1914.
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