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THE MICIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Publisheduevery morning except
Ilonday during the university year.
Enteredat the post orfce at Ann Arbor as
second-cl ass matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, '$.5. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. IH.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414.
If. Beach Carpenter.......Managing Editor
WV. Sherwood Field ........Busness Manager
Fred Foulk...................News Editor
1. F. cyKinney...........Associate Editor
1'. Hawley T'appinig......... Associate Editor
F.. M. Church................Sporting Editor
Assistants to iusneze Mnaer
John Lfeoniard RayLeffler
RudoMph I'ofman Arthur H. Torrey
James M.tBarrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
E. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
iHowarld R. Marsh Charles Weinberg
Chester 11. Lang Edward P. Wright
Edwin A. Hyman Eugene L. Bulson
Tom C. Reid L. Greenebaum
J. C. B. Parker Lee E. Joslyn
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
II. A. Fitzgerald J. L. Keddie
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
Vera 11urridge . Roy D. Lamond
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
G. L. Kesler C. T. Fishleigh
Del 's, Sm'i th Thatcher Rea
FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915.
Night Editor-Howard R. Marsh.
Goods all guaranteed.
Instead of To
The former wear
I and honesty are determin-
emnis of quality and the use
iug shows its worth.
our new style and woolens
Ed. V. Price & Co.-and be
'lrices like you like to pay"
Sand Liberty Sts.,
THROUGH THE BRONZE DOORS.
The estimate is made that more than,
500 persons' on the campus today, all
of whom have been here for two years'
or longer, have never been in Alumni
M1emorial hall,'There is no way of
being certain of the exact number.
But it is fairly sure that the most or-j
nate structure on the university prem-,
ises, built presumably. for the use of
students from all departments, is the
least .known of any of the larger
For technical students, not in the lit-
erary or architectural departments,
the big white hall seems to have a
formidable appearance. It is to be re-
gretted. The building was erected
and is maintained at considerable cost,
It contains statuary, coin collections,
paintings and material of antiquarian
interest, besides serving as a place for
numerous exhibits. Right now there
is an exhibit of paintings in Alumni
hall, which will be there at . least
throughout the week. For those who
have yet to make their first timorous
tour up the imposing stone slabs, be-
tween the four doughty columns, this
week end should make an opportune
time to visit the notable building made
possible by the generosity of Michigan
AWith tea drnking popularized on
State street, the Harvard tennis team
can be welcomed almost any time now.
Several socially-inclined freshmen
are wondering if the hop tickets will
hold out long enough.
Having hocked our watch for tickets,
some Belgian can get his out in a few
Taking it under consideration still
remains a most polite way of refusing.
A real star graced the Majestic
boards last night in the person of Wi-
nona Winters. Miss Winters' charm
and naturalness made it hard for her
audienpe to" part with her. All the
otheracts e e al good, int-
cluding a skillful instrumental team,
some really original eccentric dancing,
a character skit and the funniest jug-
gling act that has come to Ann Arbor
in several years. Manager Butterfield
will find it hard to keep up such a
With the object of achieving more
practical cooperation between the two
organizations and avoiding conflict of
ams, the Women's League has invited
Huldah Bancroft, '15, the president of
the university Y. W. C. A., to member-
ship on the League executive board,
and the Y. W. C. A. has invited Cath-
erine teighard, '15, president of the
League, to membership on its cabinet.
Plans are also in prospect for the co-
operation of the association with the
League in weekly parties for univer-
sity women, to be given alternately
under the auspices ofeach.
The Women's League board meets
at 9:00 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Committee chairmen who have reports
should make them on regular forms,
which may be obtained from Jane
Hicks, '15, for that purpose.
*, * *
Miss Alice Evans, 1004 Oakland ave-
nue, will be at home to university
women from 3:00 o'clock to 6:00
* * *
Omega Phi will present, "The Teeth
of the Gift Horse," at the Women's
League party at 4:00 o'clock today in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall for the ben-
efit of the Ann Arbor federated chari-
The women's social committee of the
senior class has provided for a series
of two class luncheons and a class
breakfast, to be held at the Michigan
Union during the second semester.
The details will be announced later.
Householders Must Clean Sidewalks
Ann Arbor householders, including
fraternities and house clubs, must
clean their sidewalks before 8:00
o'clock this morning, or arrests and
prosecutions will follow, according to
an order of the city authorities. As a
result of the slippery condition of the
walks during the last few weeks, there
have been many serious falls, some of
which may result in damage suits. Al-
though sand and salt may be used on
the walks, the use of ashes is strictly
forbidden by a city ordinance.
The Druggists on the Corner.
PRICE? Do you ask a doctor to make his price-35c instead of
.c0? Don't you consider the man and his ability to save
the patient? Isn't price always secondary? It ought to be so in
prescription work. Of course you can get cheap prescription
prices, but aren't the drugs also cheap? Think it over.
The Latest Operatic
and. Popular H[Tits
Quarry Drug Co.
FOR YOUR OFFICE
Don't you need a
Card Index Cabinet Set of Blank Rooks
Dozen Letter Files Box of Pens or quart of ink
Typewriter Ribbon or Box of Carbon
Dozen Pencils or Erasers "Excelsior" or National" Diary
Ha ndy -Desk CeJd rsOr7
You can't do business without it.
St.W.ahr Book Stores,
Untveraft, fusic lb ouse
Corner Maynard and William Streets
PRESCRIPTION POINTS, NO. 3.
State and North University
COME UP AND TRY
rge's Chop Suey
liolous Chinese and American Dishes
tate St. Phone 1244' .
rest's Barber Shop
514 E. WILLIAM
r "Cuts" need no excuse.
In connection with 0?. L. Hall.
We are better
than ever before to meet your
wants for the Fall and Winter of
DRY dOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you fair
124 S. MA IN
are an evening dress
The bosoms are
tucked, puffed, plea-
ted or "mushroom."
$2.00 and up
*Cluett, Peabody& Co., Inc. Makers
High Shoe Weather
We have all 'styles of
black and tan shoe
Miles of smiles provoked leagues of ibirectory of '16 Engineers Out Soon
laughs despite the rest of the bill. Copy for the directory of the junior
engineer class is now ready for the
Gypsy dance features ought to lure printer, and the booklet will be print-
in the- evasive class dues. ed sometime next week. The direc-
tory will contain the names, homes and
Haggard faces indicate those who Ann Arbor addresses of the members
were vaccinated early. of the class, along with several other
features which will be of value to the
Are you still writing it 1914? engineers. . 4
Tailors to Mon
Our Special $30.00 Suits
Henry & Co.
711 N. University Ave.
in prices ranging from
5o to $7.00
ah rs Shoe Stores
State and Main Sts.
A perfect combination of Iamp, reflector
ror, with no glare.
It is a handsome brass backed reflector or shade
with the bulb shut from view by a mirror. A strong
light comes out around the sides of the mirror with
no glare. It is diffused so as to give an even light on
the face close to the mirror. You have no irritations
of one sided lighting.
By removing the mirror-a very simple operation
--you have an excellent portable lamp that will stand
on a table or hang on a wall. It can be put in a suit
case and take up little room.
IT SELLS [OR $2.50
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200 E. WASHINGTON STREET