TnE MICHIGAN DAILY
A LOOK AT THE NEW CLOTHES THE MICHIIGAN DAILY
we are showing will show the high
class of fabrics we use for men's ap-
parel. A look at any of the ;men we
clothe will prove we are masters of
style and tailoring skill. For twenty-
seven years we have been masters in
ihe art of tailoring.
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, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: .Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. R
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
Lots of shines abroad these days.
And war-time neck-wear.
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Our Spring woolens are now on dis-
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H. Beach Carpenter.......Managing Editor and chorus positions in the Junior
W. Sherwood Field.......Business Manager Play, have been posted in the Women's
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Fred Foulk...................News Editor
F. F. Mc Kinney......... ...A\ssociate Editor
Chester H. Lang.........Associate Editor
T. Hawley 'lapping.......... Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
Johin Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph liofman Arthur H. Torrey
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
E. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
Howard R. Marsh
Edwin A. Hyman r Eugene L. Bulson
Tom C. Reid L. Greenebaurn
J. C. B. Parker Lee E. Joslyn
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
Verna Burnett C. N. Church
Vera Burridge Roy D. Lamond
H. A. Fitzgerald Edward P. Wright
F. A. Klann
Ferris Fitch' Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
G. L. Kesler C. Tr. Fishleigh
Delos Smith Thatcher Rea
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1915.
Night Editor-Tom C. Reid.
Supplies of all kinds,
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consistent with quality.
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League room of University hall by
Martha Gray, '16, general chairman.
Junior women whose names appear on
the list are to report for the first re-,
hearsal at 3:00 o'clock Saturday af-
ternoon, February 27.
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University women are cordially in-
vited to the Washington's Birthday
party given at 4:00 o'clock this after-
noon in Newberry hall, which is the
first of a series to be given under the
joint auspices of the Women's League
and the Y. W. C. A.
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Florence Haxton, '15,swillrpreside as
toastmistress at the senior women's
luncheon held at 12:30 o'clock tomor-
row at the Michigan Union. Pro:,.
Claude Van Tyne, of the departmenft
of history, Fannie Hogan, '15, and Hel-
en Malcomson, '15, are the speakers on
the program, which will be followed
by informal dancing.
Captains of the class basketball
teams have been elected as follows:
Elsie Drittler, senior, Elizabeth Cen-
nedy, junior, Jeanette -Armstrung,soph-
omore and Louise Irish, freshman.
Meeting of the Women's League ex-
ecutive board at 9:00 o'clock tomorrow
PROF. WENLEY TO GIVE FIRST
OF VESPER LECTURES TODAY
Professor R. M. Wenley, of the phil-
osophy department, will deliver the
first of a series of Friday afternoon
vesper talks in St. Andrew's Episcopal
church at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon.
The general subject of the entire series
will be "Religion and Need in Common
Life," and the particular subject for
this afternoon's talk will be "Some
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The Druggists on the Corner.
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Enough for everyone-also the greatest stock in the city of
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THE PROCTOR SYSTEM.-
At a recent meeting of the junior
law class,-a committee was appointed
to consider the advisability of abolish-
ing the proctor system in examina-
tions. Rumor has it that the law col-
lege administration introduced the
present rigid method of espionage on
the suspicion that cheating had occurr-
ed last year. One unconfirmed report
insists that this cheating took place in
what is now the junior law class.
The whole thing brings up the ques-
tion of whether it is desirable to in-
troduce the honor system in exams.
The Daily believes that it is not. Such
a system is in effect generally in only
two universities in this country-
MICH IGAN M USIC
ON V/ICTOR RECORDS
VICTORS and VARSITY
AVE your doctor leave the prescription here or telephone us,
and we will have a messenger call and get it. We will corn-
pound it just as the doctor orders and return it to you in a short
timc, and no extra charge made either.
Every Michigan Student Should Own One
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In connection with F. L. Hlall.
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our information. There it is grounded
upon tradition. In practice, the hon-
or system seems to allow so much
cheating in a composite student body,
that the conscientious student receiv-
es marks not in proportion to his abil-
One insistent but anonymous cor-
respondent suggests that the Union op-
era falls on a date out of the question
for members of some religious denomi-
After one glance at the regency.
struggle, one is reminded of the charge
often made that students take con-
tests too seriously.
Pity the chap who is having a good
story told on both sides of him at the'
Instructors are getting those who
make good initial recitations and live
on their rep.
The campus ought to be pretty well
surveyed before many years.
With local gunmen in first place,
shivering is permissible.
The man with one Monday class is
disgruntled this week-end.
"All That Glitters" admits to the
tical." This course of talks is part of
a general Lenten religious program
that has been planned by St. Andrew's
church for Lent. Profs. J. S. P. Tat-
ock and A. H. Lloyd have been secured
to talk every Thursday afternoon at
the same hour.
The lecture this afternoon will be
under the auspices of the Hobart guild
and the choir will be recruited from
WILL JDISTRIBUTE'TICKETS 'TO
RELAY RACE AT 3:00 O'CLOCK
Members of the athletic association
whose numbers were not drawn for
tomorrow night's relay race and track
meet, can obtain paste boards by ap-
plying at the athletic association office.
today between 3:00 o'clock and 5:00
o'clock, according to an announce-
ment made by Track Manager Palmer
ManagerPalmerr'stated that there
would be in all probability only 300
tickets for disposal to the student body
and that the first comers would re-
E. C. Pitkin Ex '86, Dies at Galveston
Edward Chauncey Pitkin, ex '86, of
Galveston, Texas, died Wednesday,
February 17. While attending the uni-
versity, Mr. Pitkin was a member of
the Zeta Psi fraternity. After leaving
college he was with the Santa Fe rail-
road in the capacity of civil engineer.
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MICHIGAN SENDS THREE TEAMS
TO COMPETE WITH EASTERNERS
Michigan has entered three teams in
the initial indoor intercollegiate games
of the Intercollegiate Association of
Amateur Athletics of America to be
held at Madison Square Garden Satur-
day evening, March 6.
The teams which are making tie trip
from Ann Arbor are all relay teams,
having been entered in the 1000-yard,
2000-yard and medley races. Michigan
is without entries in the, other six
events, which include a 150, 300, and
500-yard relay, high jump, pole vault
and shot put.
More than 300 athletes will take part
in the nine events, and a total of 73
teams has been enrolled. Pennsyl-
vania and Cornell will compete in every
event, Columbia and Princeton in all
but one, and Dartmouth, Harvard, Mas-
sachusetts Institute of Technology and
Yale will take part in five or six
Georgetown will represent the south
with entries in the 300-yard relay and
the high jump.
The entry by team and event is as
College Teams Athletes
Amherst................ 1 5,
Brown ... .............2 81
Columbia ...........8 6
Harvard..... ..... ..
New York Univ..... .
Penn. State.. ........
Total . .............
Prof. Silverman Will Talk to Chemists
Prof. Alexander Silverman, of the
research division of the University of
Pittsburg, will speak before the chem-
ical engineering section. of the Engi-
neering society on "The Manufacture
of Grape Juice," at 4:15 o'clock, this
afternoon in room 165 of the chemis-
Junior Engineers Give Feature Dance
Junior engineers will give a "Nut
and Bolt" dance at the Michigan Union
on Friday, February 26. The next
event of the class will be a class din-
ner, which will be held at 6:00 o'clock,
Friday, March 5.
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