Goods all guaranteed.
an .,,lotheos Made To Serve--
so Instead of To Sell!I"
The former means assurance of
service-the later, mnerely a lower
Skill and honesty are determin-
ing elemnts of quality and the use
of a thing shows its worth.
See our new style and woolens
from Ed. V. Pricet& Co.,-and be
'Prices like you like to pay"
Fred W. Gross
Cor. 4th and Liberty Ste.
THIS MICHIAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
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Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter.......Managing Editor
W., Sherwood Field....... Business Manager
Fred Foulk......................News Editor
F. F. McKinney..........Associate Editor
T Hawley Tapping .. ...Associate Editor
F. M. Church....... .....Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman ArthurH. Torrey
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
E. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
Howard R. Marsh Charles Weinberg
Chester H. Lang rEdward. P. Wright
dwin A. Hyman Eugene L. Bulson
am C. Reid L. Greenbaum
J. C. B. Parker Lee E. Joslyn
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaumn
H. A. Fitzgerald J.L Keddie
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
Vera Burridge Roy D. Lamond
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
G. L. Kesler C. T. Fishleigh
Delos Smith Thatcher Rea
THURSDAY, JANARY 14, 1915.
Night Editor-Charles Weinberg
THE MAKING OF A HOP.
The hop committee is doubtless play-
ing on the safe side when it sits up
nights trying to simplify the function
whose former intricacies made its re-
turn a matter of concern for some
time. Already it seems that the hop
has been shorn of frills to an extent
that was scarcely anticipated. Flow-
ers are to be frowned upon, while the
university band is is to be pressed in-
to service for dance music. And there
are other radical changes, all in the
direction of a plainer hop.
Without trying to discourage the
committee in its sincere efforts to
bring about a reform, it is time to sug-
gest that the hop be left with some
of its old splendor. -It should not be
converted into an ordinary party, the
only distinctiveness of whigh is in its
name. Of course, a middle course is
easier to ask for than to follow, but
the men in charge, having undertaken
what they know is a difficult job,
should eliminate with especial care.
Those who finish work in the uni-
versity at the end of the semester are
just beginning to worry about a pro--
It actually happened: An engineer,
asked a lit how many classes he had in
the big red building; it was the libra-1
With its advocacy of free trade, it1
is evident that the economics depart-l
ment is not Republican in its senti-I
The most courteous man is the drugt
clerk who thanks you for buying ai
"Eventually, why not now" wouldl
be a good slogan for those who favor1
Catherine street coasting proceeds
despite Cupid's rout at the hospital.:a
Another bark of the Michiganensian
managment has been registered.
Still a little chilly to sell that Mack-
"A Pair of Sixes."
One of the important events in the
theatrical season in this vicinity will
be the presentation of H. H. Frazee's
"A Pair of Sixes," which will be seen
at the Garrick theater, Detroit, all
next week. The book is by Edward
Peple, who has already contributed
such successes as "The Prince Chap"
and "The Littlest Rebel." The chief
motive of "A Pair of Sixes" concerns
the ingenious scheme of a young wo-
man who, figuratively, shows how a
queen of hearts is better than a pair
of sixes. All of which develops after
two young men, partners in business,
unable to agree as to their respective
importance to the firm, decide to sep-
-Prof. J. C. Knowlton, of the law de-
partment, owing to a severe cold did
not meet his classes yesterday and will
not do so today unless his condition
-Announcement has been received of
the marriage of Laurence McKenny,
'16E, to Miss Gertrude Smith of Man-
istee, formerly a student at Ypsilanti
-An audience of over 200 heard Dean
Effinger's lecture yesterday on the de-
velopment of the theatre in France up
to the time of the revolution, The
lecture especially concerned itself with
the costumings and stage settings of
pre-revolutionary times and was illus-
trated with slides of these features.
-Members of the Technic board and
staff will1hold a dinner at the Michiga
Union tomorrow night. Prof. E. M.
Bragg will preside over the gathering,
which will be informal, no program
having been arranged.
-Chancellor Elmer Brown, of New
York University, was a guest of Pres-
dent Harry B. Hutchins the early part
of the week.
-There will be a meeting of the Zoo-
logical Journal club at 11:00 o'clock
tomorrow morning, in room 305 of the
zoology laboratory. Papers will be
read by Dr. 0. C. Glaser, of the oolo-
gy department, and by Miss Wood-
--:Drs. ido J. Wile, Charles L. Wash-
burne, Carl D. Kamp, Frederick R.
Loomis and Harold I. Lillie delivered
papers at the January meeting of the
Clinical society of the University of
Michigan, held in the medical amphi-
theater of the university hospital last
-Charles M. Davis, '18E, who has been
confined to the university hospital with
blood poisoning since Saturday, is im-
proving and will be discharged within
a few days.
-A. K. Jones, law, who broke his arm
while skating last Saturday, will be re-
moved from the hospital in a few days.
-A campus memorial consisting of a
suitable light placed on the front of
the economics building is a proposal
being worked up by the Commerce
-Of* Ial action has been taken by
the senior lit authorities to turn over
the cup received by them last year as
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Track enthusiasm goes up.
Including the famous Shamrock
Table Linens from Ireland, Nap-
kins, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Towels,.
Laces, Embroideries, Undermus-
lins and Knit Underwear.
It will pay clubs and fraternities'
to buy in quantities.
campus basketball champions to the
-Members of the Dixie club met lasi
evening and appointed chairmen from
each of the southern states *to interest
new men from their respective states
In the club. Plans for an entertain-
ment were discussed. A smoker will
probably be given after the exams.
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Prof. Gleason Gives Filipino Lecture
Prof. Henry All1en Gleason, of the
biology department, gave an illustrat-
ed lecture at the Church of Christ last
night on Filipino life. The speaker
gave a view of Philippine institutions
and industries and closed his address
with an objection to the Philippine
government bill now before the sen-
ate committee. He said that such a
medsure would bring about "the re-
turn of the bandit rule of Spanish
Girls fancy lingerie at the C.-& F.
Shop, 608 E. Liberty St. Phone 392.
Geo. W. Day and Company in comedy
sketch entitled "In Dutch." Now at
High class dress making at C. & F.
Shop, 608 E. Liberty St. A place to
get "J" Hop gowns made. Phone 392.
WANTED-A few aggressive self-sup-
porting men can make a business
connection-for the summer vacation
that will pay well by seeing Mr.
Smithson, 527 E. Liberty, 1568-M.
WANTED TUTORING-While there is
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Hobart Guild Will Hold Sleigh Ride
Hobart Guild will hold asleigh ride
in connection with its regular Janu-
ary party tomorrow night. Bobs will
Are You Intefested? leave Harris hall at 7:30 o'clock and
will return at 9:30 o'clock. A dance
and supper will follow the ride.
The Store for Young Men The party will be chaperoned by
Mrs. Ida Plaisted and Mrs. Stafford B._
WAGNEW (a C O.
State Street Appoint Michigan Graduate to Faculty
A. J. Abbot, '09-'11L, has been ap-
pointed to the law faculty of South-
western university at Los Angeles,
Cal. Since graduating from the law
department Mr. Abbot has been prac-
ticing law in Los Angeles.
S. University Ave.