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January 16, 1915 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY J Don't nod at your friend sitting in
I the barber's chair.

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STATE STREET

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Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
sntered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-claws matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 244
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 Arthur H. Torrey
Night Editors '
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
E. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
Howard R. Marsh Charles Weinberg
Reporters
Chester H. Lang Edward P. Wright
Tdin A. Hyman Eugene L. Bulson
Tom C. Reid L. Greenebauin
T. C. B. Parker Lee E. Joslyn
l rwin Johnson (erald Rosenbaum
H. A. Fitzgerald J. 1,. Keddie
Verne Burnett *"C. N. Church
Vera IRurridge Roy D. Lamond
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
G. L. Kesler C. T. Fishleigh
Delos Smith Thatcher Rea
SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1915.
Night Editor-. C. Roth.

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Better to bone now than to groan
later.
One week more and then--
Plans for a social calendar, to in-
elude dates of all social functions, in-
cluding those of the Women's League
and the Y. W. C. A., and class enter-
tainments andi sorority affairs, were
discussed at the last 'meeting of the
judiciary council.
It was decided to cooperate with the
various house heads in enforcing the
suggestions for house management,
which at present are being compiled.
* * *

SMAIN W ahr's Book Stores %

FOR YOUR-O FFICE
Don't you need a
Card Index Cabinet Set of Blank Books
Dozen Letter Files Box of Pens or quart of ink
Typewriter Ribbon or Box of Carbon.
Dozen Pencils or Erasers "Excelsior" or National" Diary
s.ndyD Desk Co.ledmr T7o
You can't do business without it.

SUI TS

Shoes.

Goods all guaranteed.

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LINES

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THlE LITTLE
SCHOOLMAS'
SAYS:

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Eleanor Stalker, '16, is the author of
a two act play, which has been chosen
for presentation in April by junior
women in honor of senior women, as
has been the custom in former years.
The name and nature of the play will,
according to tradition, be kept secret
until the evening of presentation.
Tryouts for parts in the cast will
be held after examinations. The lyrics
for the play, which will be chosen by
competition, will be discussed at at
meeting of those women interested, to
be held in the near future.
The plays submitted were said by
the committee to be of high merit. The
committee has announced that the one
written by Aris Van Deusen, '16, was
of an especially commendable nature,
and that itgwill be used in the future
for some other event, if possible.

A Pair of $6.00
Trousers Made to Your
Order Absolutely Free

11

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6 p. Mn., 7:06 p.
and 1o:45 p. n.
mn., 8 :2o a. m.,
:15 p. in., 12:15
mn.
48 a_ im., and
:50 p. mn., also

"Clothes Made To Serve--
Instead of To Sell!"
The former means assurance of
service-the later, merely a lower
price.
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. Price & Co.-and be
measured today.
"Prices like you like to pay"

S:

Ii I

Fred W. Gross
Cor. 4th and Liberty Sts.

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II1

TTHE POPULAR

BEE

TODAY'S ELECTION.
Unless .there is some unusual issue
at stake, the voting at athletic associ-
ation elections is invariably slight. It
seems to require some tinge of scan-
dal to make the electorate awaken to
its uty', wh ich is, of course, no less a
duty just because things are going
along smoothly. Fortunately there is
no critical question of principle to be
decided today, and the men placed in
nomination appear to be of more than
average ability. But the need for an
intelligent canvass of campus opinion
in determining who is to hold office,
is important.
If the marginal man, who almost
gets to the polls every year, wouldac-
tually get there today, the balloting
would be enthusiastic enough to en-
sure a representative choice. In that
case responsible offices would not have
to be meted out according to the di-
rection of a few dozen electors. They
would be honestly won, they would be
more prized as a result, and the cam-J
pus would get more efficiency out of
the men whom it chooses, because
these appointees would have universi-
ty-wide endorsement behind them.
If the police had kept that threat,
there would not have been any house-
holders left yesterday to go to bail for
those jailed for not removing ice from
their sidewalks.
Between earthquakes and wars
abroad, American university museums
should have a corner on the available
specimens before long. .
Owing to a misunderstanding, mem-
bers of the 'Michigan relay team will
not wear dress suits the night of Feb-
ruary 5..
Not only Ypsilanti authorities are
worrying about the establishment of a
training school in Ann Arbor.
There is more than sentiment con-
nected with those last hours with a
favorite text book.
The hardest man to get news from
is the one who has nothing important
to give.

II-

Miss Alice Evans, 1004 Oakland av-
enue, will be at home to university
women from 4:00 o'clock to 6:00
o'clock this afternoon.
* * *
Alice Wiard, '15, has announced that
the list of activities, suggested for sen-
ior women for recognition in the
Michiganensian, was intended by the
class to be suggestive, rather than'ex-
clusive or inclusive. 'It was compiled
according to the general sentiment of,
the class, and no vote was taken on
the subject.
i .
.11M~n t o

CTS not words, is
tfebest way
to teach folks.
Even wild ducks
foller the"fliers. ' = b f1.
Smokers follow the real thing, too. Silly - claims may
"catch" for a while but the genuine, proved integrity of
VELVET tobacco, and VELVET'S own aged-in-the-wood
mellowness, finally win. Hc tins and 5c metal-lined bags.
,a-- ----- ---

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With every shit or overcoat
at $2o.oo; the same material
assuit or different.
FLANDERS
2109 E. LIBERTY ST.
ACROSS FROM VARSITY LAUNDRY
IN OLD HOME TELEPHONE CO'S BUILDING

PLACE

Going Strong

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SALE

tationery, Note Books, Jewelry, &c.
DAMAGED NLY BY SMOKE

Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I wish to announce my withdrawal
as a candidate for interscholastic man-
ager. J. A. OPPENHEIMER,'15E.
Professor Hough Speaks Here Sunday
Prof. Lunn H. Hough, of the Garrett
Biblical institute, Evanston, Illinois,
will deliver the next lecture on the
Wesleyan Guild series, in the Metho-
dist church at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
night. His topic will be "The Strat-
egy of the Cross.
The guild announces that Jane Ad-
dams, the Chicago social worker, has
been secured for a lecture March 28.
President Hutchins to Attend Meeting
President Harry B. Hutchins will at-
tend a meeting of a committee of the
Association of American Universities,
to be held in Chicago, Friday, Jan. 22.
The committee will deal with the sub-
ject of economy of time in education.

The Biggest Thing in
Ann Arbor Right Now,
Is This

it

January Sale
of
White Goods

Illi PEOPLE

PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTICULAR

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SCIlLEEDE

340 S. State St.

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LOST-Wednesday
slide rule. T. L.

morning
Monroe,

K and E
762-M.

We can offer you the finest and
b st tailoring service to be had in
the state, with no exception.
Evening dress is our specialty.

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.
a - ea
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m Burchfield & Co.

CI'Y LAUNDRY .
THOS. ROWE, Prop.
4.6 Detroit St. Phone 47-
Open Sundays 9:30 to 4:30, Lyndon.
STUDENTS WANTED
MOTION PICTURE QOM.PANIES
EAGER TO PAY BIG MONEY FOR
GOOD PLOTS-FINE OPPOR-
TUNITY FOR STUDENTS TO EARN
MONEY IN SPARE TIME.
With 30,000 theaters needingRnew
films daily the demand for photoplay
plots has been greater than the supply.
Consequently many photoplays of me-
diocre quality are produed because the
producers cannot get enough plats that
are worthwhile." Good prices are paid
for acceptable ideas. One reel plays
bring from $25 to $50. Two and three
reel plays paid for in Proportion.
Photoplay writing is easier than
writing stories and requires only
knowledge of proper forms to follow
in arranging your scenes into a scena-
rio, etc. We have arranged our coin-
plete instructions in simple form un-
der the title "PHOTOPLAY WRIT-
ING MADE EASY." This includes all
the information you need to write pho-
toplays and enables you to earn lots of
money by a few hours easy work each
week. Don't wait, but make use of
your spare time from now on. Send
one dollar for the set of instructions
complete, full information how to
write photoplays, "Practical Helps,"
and list of producing companies in the
market for photoplays. List of buy-
ers for your plots sent separate for
twenty-five cents. National Photoplay
Association, Chamber of Commerce
Bldg.. Detroit. Mich.

599

106 E. HURON S'

There will be a meeting of
ris Institute club at 7:30
tonight in Webster hall in
building.

the Fer-
o'clock
the law

nnel Shirts -
eaters - - 1/4off
ckinaws -
r Caps & Gloves

WANTED-By couple and child, fur-
nished suite and if possible, board,
with private family. South of cam-
pus preferred. Address 1234 Pros-
pect Street. Phone 1537-J.
FOR RENT-Desirable furnished front
room suite. Modern, warm. Also
tine single room block from campus.
Next semester. Call mornings. 437
Maynard street.
WANTED--Let us explain our busi-
ness proposition for next summer
that will return you to college in
September. See Smithson today and

jgery Shop
versity Ave.

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