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TkE MiICHIGAN- DAILY

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The Kind of Men
Who wear clothing tailored by us is
a guarantee of both its character and
economy. To be well dressed a man!
must be individually fitted and we
dothat perfectly. The result is a
style and distinction not otherwise
possible.
We are now showing our new spring
and summer importations. We lead,
as usual in designs, quality and work-
manship. Orders taken now for future
delivery.
G. H. WILD CO.
Leading'Merchant-railors 31 s,. state st.
BOOKS I

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, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business, Office Phone 96o0 .
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Poulk....................News Edito~r
F. F. McKinney........Associate Editor
Chester If. Lang.........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping.........porting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
Night g:ditors
James tMBarrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
S. C. Roth Joserspsh J. Brotherton
Hloward R. Marsh Charles Weinberg

Marks, not valentines, please.

IAS EVER2-at your service'I

NEW and SECOND HAND

DRAWING INSTRUMBNTS and SUPPLIES

FOUNTAIN PENS
WATERMAN
CONKLIN
SHEEHANS $1.50

SLIDE RULES
1.P. NOTE BOOKS
1. P. PAPER
50c. PER POUND
Supplies of all kinds a

Edwin A. Hlyman
TonC. Reid
J. C. B. Parker
Irwin Johnson
Verne Burnett
Vera Burridge
H. A. Fitzgerald

Reporters

Utigene L. Bulson
L. Greenebauin
Lee E. Joslyn
.erald Rosenbaum
C. N. Church
Roy D. Lamond
Edward P. Wright

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STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
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Business Staff
Ferris Fitch s a Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
G. L. Kesler C. TI. Fishleigh
Delos Smith Thatcher Rea
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915.
Night Editor-E. C,. Roth.
WOMEN'S COURSES.

PROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
and Express Cars for Detroit--7 :1o
and hourly to 6:o p. mn., also 8: io
.ars for Detroit-s:40 a. m., 6:06 a. m.,
very two hours to 6:6 p. M., 7:06 p.
:6 p. mn., 9:15 p. mn, and 10:'45 P. in.
tpsilanti only: 7 :4a. m., 8:2o a. m.,
Sa. n1i., 5:o6 p. mn., 11:15 p. in., 12:15
12:30 a. m., 1:0o a. in.
1 Cars for Jackson-7:48 a. M., arid
two hours to 7:48 p. m.
ars for Jackson-5:12a. m., 6:5o a. x.,
every two hours to 6:o p. ., also

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STYLE is t
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not present.
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both style an
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individual o
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is par excelle
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durability is
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id durab'lity
tailored-to-
rder. The
faultless in
re and pat-
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with quality

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BUSY 'BEE OFFERS-,
A FIVE POUND BOX OF MICHIGAN
CHOCOLATES TO THE ONE WHO
RECENTLY MADE PENCIL CHANGE
IN MENU DESIGN. CALL FOR BOX.
The Reliable Laundry.
Is responsible for your laundry linen.
Does not tear your linen, but mends it.
Does not promise to sew on buttons, but does it.
The RELIABLE LAUNDRY wants your trial to show that it.is Reliable.
We are anxious to serve you. Prompt service.

By some process of elimination or
choice, it occurs that a number of
courses in the literary college are tak-
en over almost entirely by women.
These are not necessarily only the ed-
ucational courses and others in which
women can maintain practically a
complete monopoly, but also those
which are notable for their cultural
aspect. There are numbers of these.
Perhaps the typical class of this kind
consists of 20 women and one or two
men; after this proportion is once es-
tablished, it seems to become a settled
matter, and the course in question is
shunned by men.
There is certainly something to be
said for the separate instruction of
men and women. But it should not be
attempted in such a hit-and-miss man-
ner, nor should the line of demarca-
tion between what is suitable for men
to take, and what is good for women
to take, be allowed to become distinct
and arbitrary. Men need cultural sub-
jects; women have use for economics
and accounting and what not. Let sex
lines be ignored in establishing prec-
edents as to who shall take certain
courses.
Meeting the postmalt on the corner
before a 10:00 o'clock class is getting
to be a regular habit.
One class can boast that not a sin-
gle student out of several hundred
was flunked.
As Potash and Perlmutter would
say, many are leaving by mutual con7
sent.
The climax in getting busted out is
having to take the Ann Arbor home.
With the weather duly warm, why
not unveil that statue down town?
"E's" and wars are some useless
things in modern civilization.
There's-many a slip Itwixt the stone
and the arch.
Opportune time to float most any
project.
Johnny is marching home again.

Alumnae of the university have been
invited to the annual luncheon of the
Detroit association of University of
Michigan women, which is to be given
at 12:20 o'clock on Saturday, Febru-
ary 27, at the new Hotel Statler in
Detroit. Miss Edna Kenton, '97, now
of New York City, will speak, and
there will be other distinguished
guests from Ann Arbor and elsewhere.
Tlhe tickets are $1.00, and may be ob-
taeind from Miss Genevieve Duffy, '93,
ec retary of the Detroit association,
7 Marstni Court, Detroit. who should
be notified at once by those who pur-
pose io attend, the luncheon.
* * *
All freshman women have been in-
vited to the junior-freshman dancing
party following the sister-class lunch-
eon, at 2:00 o'clock this afternoon, in
Barbour gymnasium, whether they at-
tend the luncheon or not.
Contributions for the Women's num-
her of the Gargoyle should be handed
in to AliceWiard, '15, before the end
of next week. Suggestions as to their
nature may be obtained from Miss
Wiurd, telephone 398, or from Marga-
ret Foote, '15, telephone 1915.
Helen Vandeveer, '16, has been ap-
pointed manager of the women's in-
door athletic meet, to be held soon, at
a date yet to be decided, in Barbour
gymnasium.
Miss Alice Evans, 1004 Oakland ave-
nue, is at home to .university women
from 3:00 o'clock util 6:00 o'clock
today.
* * *
Lyrics for the Junior play are due
in completed form in the hands of
Martha Gray, '16, general chairman,
lMonday.
* * *
The Ann Arbor branch of the asso-
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae will en-
tertain graduate and senior women at
a reception at the home of Mrs. Henry
C. Adams, 1421 hill street from 4:00
o'clock till 6:00 o'clock this afternoon.
* * *
More than 300 university women ap-
plauded the parade, patronized the
side-shows, and indulged in the re-
freshments offered by the tea-room
and candy booths at the sophomore
circus yesterday afternoon.
The dancing of Frances Guilford,
17, and Jeanette Armstrong, '17, in
the cabaret entertainment, and the
acting of Margaret Reynolds, '17, and
Geta Tucker, '17, in the play, "The
Trouble at Satterlee's," which was
presented .in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall, after the circus proper, were
centers of attraction.
The receipts, which are estimated
at more than $50, are to be turned over
to the Women's League for the Voca-
tional conference fund.
Coninercial Secretaries to Meet Today
Michigan's association of Commer-
cial Secretaries will meet at 10:00
o'clock this morning, in -the Econom-
ics building, to hold its annual elec-
tion of officers, Reports from the va-
Ious committees will be read, and a
round table discussion will be held.
Prof. Edward D. Jones of the depart-
ment of economics, will give two lec-
tures before the association, one in
the morning 'and one at a meeting in
the afternoon. The secretaries will
have luncheon at the Union.
Call 15 for Polhemus Taxi cab. 25c

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keen about the
good ole times
ef they remembere~d that
Dole time folks had to
smoke long stehmed
pipes to keep the to-
baCco from bti em,.
They didn'tk
D VELVET'S agpd-in-the-
wood mellowness.
VELVET- 16c tins 5c metal-lned bags

Enough for everyone-also the greatest stock in the city off
ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES
Loose Leaf Note Books, Fountain Pens, etc.
S#,UWahrNs Book Stores.StE
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

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

With every suitor overcoat
at[2o.oo;;:thelsaineliaterial
as'sitit or different.

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FLANDERS,
2109 E. LIBERTY ST.
ACROSS FROM VARSITY LAUNDRY
IN OLD HOME TELEPHONE CO'S BUILDING

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Continuing this week
at Lower Prices.

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215 S. Fourth Ave.

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-the Clearance
Sale of Women's
Shoes
Including the entire stock of Dorothy
Dodd and Red Cross footwear. This is
the second reduction since January, and
the Sale is going very fast.

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GOTI STICAL BUT. TRUE

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

Sam Burchfield & Co.
1106 E. Huron Street,

(First Floor-Rear),

Graduate Figures Show Big Increase
With an enrollment exceeding last
year's by more than 20 per cent, the
Graduate School has started upon its
most suceessful year, from the stand-
point of numbers, since its inception
as a separate school, in 1912. The to-
tal figure at present is 350, whereas
throughout the entire year last year,
the registration did not exceed 296.
The increase for the second semester
is 51, which is more than double that
of preceding years.

PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTiCULAR
PEOPLE
CITY LAUNDRY
JHOS. ROWE, Prop.
Detroit Sit. Phone 467"M
TYPEWRITER
BARGAIN S
We have a few Trial Machines
which we offer at greatly reduced
prices on the easiest of terms. Will
be glad to have you try them.
We rent typewriters, too.
ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO. INC.
A. H.COHEN, Resident Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue
Call 15 for Polhemus Taxi cab. 25c.
Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dori
en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard street. tf
Think of it, only 25c a passenger:
Phone taxi 2280.
Day rate for single passenger now
25c. Phone taxi 2280.
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tf
TEN DOLLARS
Special this week. $15 balmacaan
coats for $10. Gross on Liberty. 89-90
Call 15 for Polhemus Taxi cab. 25c.

e Latest Styles in Hats
NEW- SNAPPY't

522 "Two-Bits" 522
Holmes Taxi Co.

From Young's Bros., New York

Sixy-ive dollars per month for en-
ergetic student for vacation, Phone
359-M. 91-2-3

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Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Ave.

522 "We'll be there"
Holmes Taxi Co.

522

ITEN IOLLARS
The best roasted Peanuts at 214 S. Special this weel. $15 ba
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