THE MICHIGAN DAILY
1i down the thoroughfare,
'od all over if you're clad
r exceptional suits. The
ave been a pleasant one,
leasing as the knowledge
well dressed in the latest
en we make your suit, its
clothes a specialty
1. WILD CO.
-allors STATE STREET'
T HE MICHIGAN 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, $2.5o, Want ad.
"stations: Quarry's, Univ.' Pharmacy, C. H,.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter.......Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk....................News Editor
F. V. 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
James M.Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
r. C. Roth Josep.sJ Brotherton
H owardlI2. Marsh Charles Weinberg
Started to review yet?
Now Fear vs. Hope.
Potash and Perlmutter.
Mawruss Perlmutter and Abe Pot-
ash come to life from Montague Glass'
stories, were the chief fun makers in
last night's offering at the Whitney.
The play, full of human touches that
are not poignant alone because of
their relation to any one race, is a
wonderful bit of comedy. It is home-
ly, but not coarse, full of caricature
yet not grotesque.
Harry First, as Perlmutter, and Phil
White, as Potash, were successful in
the two leading parts. The other roles
were remarkable for the fact that such
ordinary acting could be forgotten as
long as it brought about the unfolding
of such a pleasing story.
"You Should Worry"
about those examinations -just buy a bunch of
Self-FullerFu ta pe
then work like a beaver.
St 'ar,5"Bo t
A SUI T
y all sizes of Shoes.
Goods all guaranteed.
T UNITED LINES
.RBOR TIME TABLE.
|xpress Cars for Detroit-7:10
>urly to 6:to p. In., also 8:Io
Detroit-5:4o a. m., 6:06 a. m:,
o hours to 6:06 p. m., 7:06 p.
a., 9:15 p. m., and 1o:45 p. n.
only: 7:4 a. M., 8:20 a. m.,
5:06 p. m., 31:15 p. In., 12:15
a. in., zIboo a. in.
for Jackson- :48 a. m., and
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Jackson-5:12 a, in., 6:5o a. i.,
wo hours to 6:5o p. in., also
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"Clothes Made To Serve-
Instead of To Sell!"
The former means assurance of
service-the later, merely 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. Price & Co.-and be,
"Prices like you like to pay"
Chester I. Lang Edward P. Wright
Edwin A. H-yman 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 Burridge Roy D. Lamond
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
G. L. Kesler C. .JC. Fishleigh
Delos Smith Thatcher Rea
TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1915.
Night Editor-E. Rodgers Sylvester.
BETTERING THE CAMPUS
Sometime ago it was suggested in
this column for the first time this
year, that the campus should be beau-
tified. Mr. J. H. Marks, superintend-
ent of buildings and grounds, writes
to The Daily, explaining that regrad-
ing, planting shrubbery and trimming
trees have gone on for several years.
In his letter, Mr. Marks also remarks
that the chief difficulty in the way of
campus improvement lies in the pres-
ent attitude of the student body, in
proof of which he refers to the ten-
dency to cut across grass plots.
The objection is just, but it does
not seem to excuse or account fully
for the slovenly appearance of the
campus. ' Perhaps it is the inaction of
the regents in the appropriation- of,
sufficient funds; perhaps it is the lack
of enthusiasm on this subject in Mr.
Marks' department. At any rate, the1
whole responsibility cannot be shoul-
dered onto careless students. The
judicious distribution of shrubs, for
one thing, would prevent many of the
trespasses of which Mr. Marks com-
plains. Even after the last student has
given up the habit of walking on the
grass, there will be a lot to do in
making the campus sightly, and this
greater task might well be under-
taken without further delay.
Next semester's courses will be pret-
ty good, according to the advance inti-
mations given out by the professors,
who will have them in charge.l
One method used widely by instruct-
ors is the solemn announcement that
those getting lower than a "B" grade
will not be passed.
A Pair of $6.00
Trousers Made to Your
Order Absolutely Free
Fred W. Gross
Cor. 4th and Liberty Sts.
"A Modern Cinderella" gives some
sidelights on college life at "good old
Siwash," and affords Guy Voyer,
whose father visits him at college, an
opportunity to cut capers around the
stage in a manner which enables the
tired Michigan student to forget about
Registration with Miss Alice Evans
for the course in playground games
and dancing, and for lessons in ele-
mentary or advanced swimming,
should be completed beford Friday.
.* * *
There will be an odd-even basket-
ball game at 4:50 o'clock Thursday
afternoon, in Barbour gymnasium.
Mortar Board meets at 7:30 o'clock
this evening, at the Delta Gamma
* * *
The proposed class in stenography
and typewriting for university wom-
en, will be discussed at 4:00 o'clock
this afternoon, in room 104 of the eco-
nomics building, and those who wish
to enter are asked to be present to
The committee for the twenty-fifth
annual Women's Banquet, for under-
graduate women and alumnae, will
meet soon to begin plans. Lena Mott,
'15, is general chairman, and sugges-
tions will be welcomed by her. The
banquet will be held early in April, in
conjunction with a performance of the
Junior Play, and a committee of Ann
Arbor collegiate alumnae will coop-
erate with the representatives of the
Women's League in giving it.
2j09 E. ,LIBERTY
With every suit or overcoat
at $0.0oo; the same material
as suit or different.
ACROSS FROM VARSITY LAUNDRY
IN OLD HOME TELEPHONE GO'S BUILDING
T ARS mo' than one wa
i o tey-,,;,a cat but
t ey look about
Salike the Cat,
There's more than one way to epoil the layer of a tobacco
in "processing'' it, and only one way to improve it -- the
slow ageing method of curing Kentucky's Burley de Luxe
that makes it into VELVET, The Smoothest Smoking
Tobacco. 10c tins and 5c metal-lined bags.
Still Going Strong
The Biggest Thing in
Ann Arbor Right Now
Stationery, Note Books, Jewelry, &c.
DAMAGED ( NLY BY
340 S. State St.
He who shakes his fountain pen on
the floor is not much sought after as a
The man who gets out the first Wed-
nesday noon is not altogether for-
The sun is getting behind that cloud
in approved pre-exam fashion.
Despite rises in the price of wheat,
pie remains stationary.
Sam Burchfield & Co.
We can offer you the finest and
best tailoring service to be had in
the state, with no exception.
Evening dress is our specialty.
Sam Burchfield & Co.
Purdue Reports Appear Ill-founded
Coach Lundgren will have charge
of Michigan's baseball nine this spring,
despite the reports emanating from
Lafayette, Ind., to the effect that the
former Club hurler is being considered
by the Purdue authorities, both as
baseball coach, and as general athletic
Lundgren has been keeping track of
the Varsity ball-tossers, and is ex-
pected back for the opening of spring
work some time in February.
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.
No seething masses at the athletic
TNOS. ROWE, Prop.
Detroit St. Phone 457-M
of fine white Oxford, with a
well-made, goodiftiing soft
collar and soft cuffs attached.
It'sthe craze of the Campus.
Ask your habcrdasher ,.00
cLTJET-T, EA TOY& CO., .
106 E. HURON ST.
Flannel Shirts -
Sweaters - /4off
Fur Caps & Gloves
Fresh and Salt Meats
Pork, Ham Poultry, etc.
Bell Phone 2294 212 N. 4th Ave
Shirt Sale-$1.00 for $1.50 and $2.00
quality. Wagner & Co., State St.
Have you noticed Wagner & Co.'s
shirt window? 81
See "shoe special" ad. of Wagner &
Co. on second page. 81
rsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Ave.
For quick taxi service call 15.
you don't believe it, try it.
Now is party time. Don't forget
big brown limousine. C 11 15.
Learn the latest dances at the Pack-
ard Academy. Brought direct from
the East by L. E. Hughes, Union Op-
the Iera director.