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January 24, 1915 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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A woman's
fault in a suit
a man. But
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be satisfied be-
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U E BOOKS
All sizes and prices
.ITY is what counts in examinations

TAIN PENS

filing Pen
the best

only $1.50
value on the market

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Detroit-7:1o
m., also 8:1o

THE LITT
SCHOOLA
SAYS:

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m., 6:o6 a. m.,
5p. m., 7:06 p.
4d 10..45,P. n.
In., 8:2o a.m.
15 p. Mn., 12:15
:4S a. in., and

CVJUR 500 woolens represent
an extremely varied and
seasonable collection of fabric
ideas, as well as excellent and*
staple style offerings. Many
of them are exclusive show-
ings which represent the
highest excellence of artistic
endeavor and are sublime ex-
ponents of, individuality as
well as collective ideas in
wanted styles and fabrics.
Fred W. Gross
Cor. 4th and Liberty Sts.
Exclusive local dealer, ED.V.Prlce & co.

THE MICIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Enteredaat the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.5o; by mail, $250. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Ofhce 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 Ho man 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
*C CB.Parker Lee E. Jolyn
twin*Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
H. A. Fitzgerald J. L. Keddie
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
Vera Burridge 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
SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 1915.
Night Editor-Joseph J. Brotherton.
ORGAN RECITALS.
Michigan is fortunate in having a
number of talented organists, both in
and out of its school of music. The
campus is still more fortunate to have
organists that are willing to play in-
formally, and a management of musical
affairs that provides for .them, along
with other musicians, to present occas-
ional twilight recitals to which all may
go. These affairs have been fairly well
attended, but considering that the uni-
versity public includes 6,000 persons,
most of whom are not especially en-
gaged late in the afternoon, it is re-
grettable that the large auditorium is
not well filled for each concert.
During the next two weeks, when
the average student will be keyed up
to exam pitch, the immense organ in
Hill auditorium will do almost daily
service. It seems to have been a hap-
py inspiration-providing a delightful
kind of solace for a time of stress. The
hour will, of course, prevent a good
many from attending every day, but
those in charge will have good reason
to be disappointed if the free recitals
are not unusually popular at this point
In the march towards commencement.
Anyway, the war provides a new
flock of generals after whom parents
can name their children for years to
come.
One thing in favor of the library is
that they never spring an examination
on you there.
What would be more pleasant than
an ugreeable house party snow-bound
in Ann Arbor?
Or then, again, to have the town
snow-bound for two days preceding
the hop.
A federal basketball league on the
local campus may prove necessary.
Shell racing advocates are preparing
to sink orswim.
Predictions say the sun sinks to-
night for two weeks. t

As to vaccinations,
owns one.

Unitarian Church
At 10:30, third sermon on Old Testa-
ment Religion-Prophets Good and
Otherwise.
At 11:45, the Social Service Class
with address on the Federated Chari-
ties by Mrs. Wait.
At 7:30, address before the Student
Young People's Society by Mr. W. F.
Crockett on Hawaii.
Unitarian Church

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

Numeral caps gone at last.

Is she taller'n me?
Stylus, rhetoric honor society for
women, will, according to its custom,
give a prize of five dollars for the best
short story submitted by a university
undergraduate woman, not a member
of the society, next semester. There is
no restriction as to the natureor
length' of the stories, which are, to be
submitted to Prof. Fred N. Scott, of
the rhetoric departmentdat 1315 Wash-
tenaw avenue.
The manuscripts for the writing con-
test, which is being held under the
auspices of the national Y.W.C.A., pre-
viously announced in this column, must
be in the hands of Sarah Hincks,
grad., 1520 south University avenue,
by March 5. Various prizes of from
$25 to $100 have been offered for dif-
ferent types of stories, including plays,
short stories and pqetry. The winning
manuscripts will form a part of the
Y, W. C. A. exhibit at the Panama ex-
position in San Francisco next sum-
mer.
Full information concerning the rul-
es of the contest may be' had of Miss
Clara Belle Dunn, in the rhetoric libra-
ry, or of Miss Ellen Moore at Newber-
ry hall.
Supper will be served from 5:00
o'clock to; 6:00 o'clock daily, except
Sunday, in the Newberry tea room
from now on, in addition to the usual
luncheon and afternoon tea.

land a
Se-ner Fountain Pen $1"
then work like a beaver.
MAIN a TATE
S.Wahr's Book Stores SE

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ask the man who

Calling the assistant "prof" is help-
ful.
Hopping to another tune soon.

AT LAST
We Have
Michigan. Music on a Victor. Record
VICTORS and VARSITY
Will be on Sale Next Thursday January 28

Prescription Points, No. 5
E1are prompt in all that pertains to prescription filling. We
take all the necessary time to do the best work, but there
are no unnecessary waits or delays. This is worth thinking about
when you are in a hurry.
Quarry tUDrug Co. ir
The Druggists on the Corner. State and North University

- Price

75c

A Large Stock at the
Unu versft~ llufcIt)House

Corner Maynard

and William Streets

a

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minutes and eat some of
GEOI ,GE'S Sxey
WAI KING LOO
S .State St. Phone 1244-M
urrent's Barber Shop
514 E. WILLIAM
Our "Cuts" need no excuse.
In connection witt F. 1., Hall.

Buy Now
-1915-
Made-in America Merchandise
Our Stock Always Shows You
Something New
SHROEN BROS.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you far
124 S. MAIN
PHONE ioo

ARROW
TANGO
SHIRTS
are an evening dress
necessity.
The bosoms are
tucked puffed, pea
tcd or "mushroom."
$2.00 and up
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc. Makers~

522 Holmes Taxicab Co. 522.
"We'll be there."
For quick taxi service call 15.
you don't believe it, try it.

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POPULAR

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PLACE

Going Strong;

MONEY-RAISING SALE-All Cloth-
ing, Balmacaans, Overcoats, Suits,
Men's Furnishing Goods and Hats at
Sacrifice Prices.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street.
Get that 10c San Marco cigar Sat. or
Sun. for 5 cents at Sugden Drug Co.,
302 S. State St. eod Wed
522 Holmes Taxi Co. 522. "Back of
the Union." eod Fri

Tallors to Men
Our Special $30.00 Suits
Have
QUALITY THAT
UALIFYS
UICKLY
Henry & Co.

High Shoe Wcalher
Is Herce

Intense rivalry for the
now with roomy.

1 711 N. University Ave.

easy chair

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522 Holmes Taxicab Co. 522.

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We have all styles of
black and tan shoe

in prices ranging from
$3.5o to $7.oo

A Pleasant Way
to Shave

Wahr's Shoe Stores.
State and Main Sts.
We are all set ready waiting to take you
to the J-Hop with a fine line of Taxis,
Limousines and Touring Cars

OU know very well that you can't get a comfortable
shave with cold or even luke warm water. You can
have the best of soaps and the sharpest of blades; but
cold water will make shaving an agony.
In a very few moments, with little trouble, you can
heat water in the
ELECTRICAL SHAVING MUG

--PHONE
2280

A Lot of Comfort for
$1.75

Arbor Taxi Co.

Eastern Michigan Edison Co.
Main and Williams Streets.

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