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THE MIC]

:(IAN DAILY

THE MC- GANDAIL

.e suit will be pro-
ory. A woman's
ttle fault in a suit
by a man. But
cts to detect in our
them to fit you aid
zust be satisfied be-
olens are arriving
windows.
'ILD CO.
Tailors. State St..

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3L.UE BOOKS,
All sizes and prices
QUALITY is what counts in examinations
FOUNTAIN PENS
Try er only $1.50
This is the best value on the market
AT
heehan's
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

THE 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
second-class matter.'
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, '$.50; by mnail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and Stat..
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 E ditor
F. M. Church....... ....Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hoiian 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
Edwin A. Hyman Eugene L. Bulson
Tom C. Reid L. Greenebaum
1, C. B.;Parker Leey E. Jolyn
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaumn
H. A. Fitzgerald J. L. Keddie
Verne BurnettC . N. Church
Vera Burridge Roy D. Lamond
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Fdward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
G. L. Kesler C. T., Fishleigh
Delos Smith Thatcher Rea
SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1915.
Night Editor-E. C. Roth.

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"You Should Worry,"
about those examinations -just buy a bunch of
WAHR'S FAMOUS
Blue Books
and a

"Quaker Girl"
Pretty and vivacious, Katherine
Murray, who will be seen in the title
role of the "Quaker Girl" tonight,
has been on the stage only since last
summer, when her father allowed her
to accept a position as understudy
with the company, firmly convinced
that about two weeks on the stage
would be enough for her. But he
made a miscalculation somewhere, for
not only did Miss Murray like the new
life, but she made such a hit that eight
weeks ago she was given the perma-
nent part of "Prudence,"
Miss Murray was always interested
in college theatricals, appearing in
many different productions. The work
is one that pleases her, and she says
that she meets so many of her former
classmates in her tours, that it seems
as if she were making a great visit to
all her friends.
Miss Murray is 19, a decided blonde
and fair. Some reviewers have placed
her age as low as 16, owing to her
freshness, vivacity and enthusiasm.
She has all three attributes in abun-
dance, together with an unconcealed
admiration for her profession.

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6:o6 p. ,m., 7:06 p.
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a. m., 8:20 a. m.,
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re our
quality
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with every suit or overcoat
at,$2o.oo; thessame material
assuit or different.

COMPETENCY IN TEACHING.
In an informal talk in Chicago not
long ago, a former assistant professor
in the University of Michigan censur-
ed the teaching force of the institu-
tion which he had left but recently.
He said, it is reported, that too many
students were coming into contact on-
ly with under-paid instructors, many
of. whom were students themselves,
and that the really big men on the
faculty were too much occupied with
work other than teaching.
Probably the statement was too gen-
eral. There is no doubt but what those
who think differently will be able to
cite numerous cases of talented facul-
ty men who are coming into the closest
association with their students every,
day. In the main, however, the criti-
cism is tenable. Incompetent teaching
is too general on the local campus to
be worthy of much awed comment.
Perhaps it is because adequate sala-
ries cannot be paid; perhaps there are
other reasons. In any event, the sub-
ject is not one of indifferent interest.
With the near approach of exams,
tomorrow's services at local churches
ought to be unusually well attended.
Those who said "help yourself" on
the first, are saying "gimme the mak-
ings" at this stage of the month.
Now if-some student will mar a seat,
the value of universitysproperty can
be figured in even dollars.
Seats in the library will be at a
premium the next few days.
Icy walks will not explain all the
slips in coming weeks.
Bad time for the boy downstairs to
learn piano-playing.

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Information concerning the new
course in elements of law, to be .giv-
en next semester, for university wom-
en, is posted in Barbour gymnasium
and the economics building.
Dean Myra B. Jordan has been con-
fined to her home with illness for the
past two days, and will hold no office
hours today.
ENTRY BLANKS TO BE MAILED
FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE MEET
Entry blanks for the initial games
of the Intercollegiate association of
Amateur Athletics of America, will be
mailed to the 29 colleges and univer-
sities composing the association, this
week. The meet will be held at Madi-
son Square Garden, New York city, on
March 6, and the entry lists close on
February 1. Due to the large mem-
bership of the Intercollegiate associa-
tion, the meet is being given a place
of prominence upon the track and field
schedules of the leading colleges and
universities.
There will be six track events, which
will consist of relay races at distances
varying from 750 to 8,000 yards. These
races are open to teams of four or five
runners, the distances being appor-
tioned in such a manner that sprinters,
middle and long distance runners will
all find opportunities for their special-
ties. The field contests include the
pole vault, high jump and shot put.
After the meet, a dinner will be ten-
deredcthe participants and officials, in
the concert hall of the Garden, at
which special tables will be assigned
to shot putters, sprinters, jumpers,
and distance runners.
Dean Kraus' Father Dies in Syracuse
Prof. E. H. Kraus, dean of the sum-
mer chool, has been called to his
home in Syracuse, N. Y., by the sud-
den death of his father. Prof. Kraus
will return to his duties next week.

FLA:NDERS
209 E. LIBERTY ST.
ACROSS FROM VARSITY LAUNDRY
IN OLD HOME TELEPHONE CO'S BUILDING

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There can be no criticism of VELVET'S "dress"; only
praise for its taste and that aged-in-the-wood mellowness
which is VELVr T'S own. 10c tins and 5c metal-lined
bags.
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THE POPULAR

PLACE

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The Biggest Thing in
Ann Arbor Right Now
Is This

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January Sale
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Stationery, Note Books, Jewelry, &c.
DAMAGED CNLY BY SMOKE

LEEDE

340 S. State St.

No comedy of errors
course.

next week, ofI

ISTICAL BUT TRUE

What is so fine as a two o'clock in
June?
Whatever you do, don't take '

It is impossible for any one in
to make higher grade Dress
mechanically or artistically,
more perfect lines.

the world
Clothes
or with

At last we are at college.

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We will have a large consignment of Spring
woolens in by the 25th, and will gladly lay your
selection aside until you wish it made up.
n Burchfield & Co.
106 E.. Nuron Street

White Coods
Including the famous Shamrock
Table Linens from Ireland, Nap- l
kins, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Towels,
Laces, Embroideries, Undermus-
lins and Knit Underwear.
It will pay clubs and fraternities
to buy in quantities.
NEW GUIDE BOOK GIVES MUCH
NEEDED CAMPUS INFORMATION
"Campus Guide Book" is the title of
a university bulletin just published. It
consists of a number of sections 'ex-
plaining the different buildings, de-
partments of the university and similar
topics.
The first section gives the names of
all the buildings on the campus. Next
is a list of the administrative officers
of the university, and the location of
their offices. The third part gives the
names and locations of the various de-
partments in each of the colleges.
Another section gives a list and a
description of points of interest to vis-
itors, and two others name and give
the locations of the various museums
and laboratories.
The last part recounts the history of
all the university buildings, Palmer
field, Ferry field, the power house and
all structures and grounds used by
the university.

PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
CITY LAUNDRY
THOS. ROW , Prop.
Detroit St. Phone 457-M
Laws Have New Examination System
Considerable comment has' been
aroused among law students in regard
to a new ruling concerning the exam-
inations. The four hour period will
be divided into two parts, with a 10
minute recess between them. The first
part will cover two hours, at the end of
which time the first half of the exami-
nation must be completed, and the
book handed in. The second part will
start, in the morning,, at 10:10 o'clock,
and in the afternoon, at 4:10 o'clock.
The morning examination wil conclude
at 12:10 o'clock, and the afternoon, at
6:10 o'clock.
LOST-A Conklin Fountain Pen be-
tween 629 Forest and Old Engineer-
" ing Bldg., or between Old Engineer-
ing Bldg.,- and Chemistry Bldg. H.
E. Thompson, 1452-J. 86
FOR RENT-Fine single room second
semester. Price $2.25 including
light, etc. 510 Catherine St. 210-J.
86-87

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Flannel Shirts

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ickinaws --
rCaps & Gloves

FOR RENT-A large single
suitable for two persons.
blocks from Campus. 905
street. Phone 912-W.
For the best J. Hop service.
Taxi 2280.

room,
Three
Church
84-
Phone
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1107 S. University Ave.

Now is party time. Don't forget the
big brown limousine. Call 15.

522 Holmes Taxicab Co. 522.

University Ave. Pharmacy
Pens and Students Supplies.

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