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February 24, 1915 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-02-24

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HIG~H CLASS TAILORIN;G
is the keynote of our success, For 27
years w(, have been masters in the
Art of Tailoring.rOur Ffinished gar-
11ent looks righlt, wears right,, and
stays ri-lht 'till 1the fabric is worn out.
'EThese qui alitiespare, 111 addition to the
dlistinct ion, indivitluality, and exclus-
iveness that mnakes, our tailoring stand,
ouit from the comm~lonptlace'.
Leoave ,Your order today for that news
SMIll IN Sgi'l
(. it.WILD) 'COMPANY
Itenint"g IerchlintTailors. State St.

'TRACK GOODS-

THEII MICHIGAN DAILY1
Official newpaper at the University of
Miciga. Pblshed 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. 11.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
11. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood. Field........ Business Manager
Fred Foulk................... News Editor
F. F. 'McKinney......... .Associate Editor
Chester 11. Hang ..,........Associate Editor
'T. Haspley Tlapping.. ......Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofinan. Arthur 11. Torrey
Night Editors
James MA. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
IE. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
Howard R. Marsh
Reprorters
Edwin A. H-yman Eugene L. Bulsoui
Torn C. Reid L. Greenebaum
J. C. B. Parker Lee E. Joslyn
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
Vernie Burnett C. N. Church
Vera Burridge Roy D. Lanjond
ff. A. Fiitzgerald Fdward P. Wright
F. A. Klann
Business Staff
Ferris Pitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
G. L. IKesler C.,'T. Fishleigh
Delos Smith 'Thatcher Rea
Kirk White
WEiDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1915.
Night Editor--James Mv. Barrett.

Oar Stock is the most Complete in the City*

'RUNNING CORKS
SUITS --

THjE MICHIGAN DAILY

-- PUSHERS
SHOES

Anythfng in the lino of Sporting Goods
UOUDS ALL GUARANThEI

STUDEWNTS' BOOK STORE

Blue book strife. continues as re-
gards the warj.
Me'anwhbile, worriendum.t
,fJudith Ginsburg, '15, has been ap-
pointed chairman of a committee now
at wvork on the revision of the by-laws
of the "Women's League, made neces-
sar by changing conditions on the
calmlpiis and the completion of the new
hall,, of residence. Suggestions from!
unierstywomen will be welcomed
by, the coammittee, the mieetings of
which will be open.
The dramatic committee of the
League announces that the tentative
engagement with the Coburne players
for an Ann Arbor performance has
been cancelled.
Literary contributions for the March
Uargoyle may be submitted to Alice
Viard, 15. at once. The illustrative
mi terial is already in the hands of
the printers.
Masquies will hold an important
meeting 'at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
Newberry hall. The question of stag-
inti a production in the near future
will be considered.
First rehearsal for the Junior Play
will be held at 4:00 o'clock today in
Sarah Caswell Angell. hall.
Omega Phi will meet at the Colle-
giate Sorosis house at 4:15 o'clock to-
morrow.
Miss Mildred Seyster, who has
charge of social work among univer-
sity N Io Ten and younger girls at the
Church of Christ, will be the speaker
at the Y. WV. C. A. vesper service from
5:00 to 5:30 o'(clock in Newberry hall
today.

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Gymjnasium Goods
Most complete stock in Washtenaw.
If you are a
Track Candidate
You will always find the right thing, and every article
guaranteed at

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UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

OUR AMBITION
W Edesire to he youir druggist and supply you andl)your home
with all the needed sick i'tn-m supp)Ilies, as wvell as with all
toilet requisites and other goods parriedl by a high-class drug store.
Quarry Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner. State and North University

ETROIT UNkTEDLINES
ANN ARBOR TIMEC, TABLh.
ited and Express Cars for Detroit-qu:1
TIT, and hourly to 6 ::o p. mn., also e8: o
mn.
lCars for Detroit- :4o a. mn., 6:o6 a. in.,
d every 'two houirs to 6:o6 1). in., 7, o6 p.
S :o,6 p. Il., 9-.15 p. i., and 10:45 p. M. .
o psilaiiti only: 7:4 a. mn., 8:2o a. mn,
:o6 a. in., 5:o6 p . i~sp. Ia., x2:-5
Wn., 12:;;o a.n., i 100 a. in.
ited Cars for Jackson- - :43 a.,im., andl
'ery'twio hours to 7:4181p. Ill.i1
l Cars for Jackson-s5 :raa.nn., 6:50 a. m.,
is every two hours to 6:5o p. mn., also
f.9 p. IT), 1 1: 15p.im.
_ TYPEWRITERS
Underwo d and other,
high-grade machines,
e Bought, Sold, Rented
and Exchanged at prices
rye,┬░yconsistentwith quality.
?BWRi'TiNG & MIMEOGRAPHING
TYPEWRITI1NG SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
(Over llultlmore t,iich)
S- State St. Phone 682-J

THlE LITTLE
SCHIOOLMASTER
SAYS:

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THE reason our tailor-
Sed-to-order clothes
look so good on the, out-
side is due to honest
foundationi on the inside.

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Select your Spring and
summer pattern today.
Fred W. Gross
12t3 E. Liberty St.
Exclusive local representative
of Ed. V. Price & Co.
Chop o-IT a few
minutes and eat some of
G] ORG 1Pl' Sl8
W AIKNG 1,00
314 S ,State St. Phonie 1244-M
t DROP IN AT
Burrell's Ba rber Shop
514 E. WILLIAM
In connection with F. L. Hall.

WHAT IF A FIRE-
Sarah- Caswell Angell hall was
crowded to its capacity on the occas-
ion of the Founders' Day exercises of
the Medical School, Monday evening.
There were people in the aisles, in the
exits,-almost everywhere. Blarbour
gym, in which the hall is located, is
not fire-proof. The' hall itself is not
p~rovided with sufficient exits, even for
a normal crowd. On the platfor'm were
at least one regent, the venerable pres-
ident-emeritus, a (lean and a nutmber
of professors. Presumably a member
of 'the faculty was in charge of the
affair.
Nothing htappened. The crowd stroll-
ed out leisurely inside of 15 minutes.
It was an enjoyable occasion. Anyone
who might have risen and suggested
that the hall be cleared bof all those
who could not be seated regullarly,
would have been regarded as a man
who put 'practical considerations in
the back-ground. And yet, if a fire-
The thought was passed by summnarily.
Nothing happened.
Many a mant who does not stare
openly is not ashamed to use the re-
flections in the plate glass windows.
One disadvantage is that neutrality
prevents boosting men into fame, and
later celebrating their birthdays.
The systematic qiW master is. re-
warded by never catching a man u na-
wares.
Pessimists insist that this weather
isn't in it with what is coming soon.
The squirrels may not be thankiful
for 'rain, but they needed it.
The chestnut man gone, another bud-
ding tradition is nipped.

Victrolas

For Canoes

lowers

w. 12th and S. Univ. Phone X15

Htelent Malcomson, '15, president of
the Girls' Glee club, wishes all mem-
lers of the organization to meet at
5:00 o'clock this afternoon in Sarah.
Caswell Angell hall to -rehearse for
the "Band Bounce."
ROULND-IU 'LUll INITIAT1ESi Iv
MEI'N "AT1'TNION LAST IEEMMG
At a meeting of the Rouned-up club
last ig ht at, theo(Union, the folowing
meo were initiated: 11. I lirschiand,
IS8M; l~yrt Pergulson, '18M:1; Albert
Schrimp, '16I,; G. 0. Williams,- '16;
Theodore Conklin, '18M; W. G. Good-
win,' '16L; L: J. Hotther, '15; E. K.
McAllister, '16E; C. Hun, '16E; F. H.
Htolloway, '16E; L. J. Richards, '16E;
1 oward Phillips, '16E; George Lezo-
rence, '15E; WX. L. Owen, law; and
Sherwood Pinkerton, '16E.
flans for the formal party were
(iscussed at this meeting. It w as de-
cidled to have the next dance on Feb-
ruary 26, at the Armory, from 9:30 to
1:00 o'clock.
'Dixie Club to Hold Informal Smoker
Members of the Dixie. club will hold
anl informal smoker at the Union at
7 :30 o'clock tonight. The speakers
will' be Dealt. John R. Effinger, of the
literary college, and Dr. C. B. Stouffer,
of the university health service. Mem-
bers of the club will hold a general
discussion concerning the extension
of the club in other universities, and
also concerning the national pin, with
which some are dissatisfied.

BU ~uNOw
--1915-
Mlade In America Merchandise
Our Stock Always Shows Yon
Something New
SHROEN BROS.'
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you fair
124 S. MAIN
PHONTi oo

U nwfersity !lfusic it)ouse-
MRS. M. M. ROOT

C OLLAR
Citiett, Peabody & (o., Inc. -Makers

Corner Maynard and William Streets

Complete Stock of Victor Records

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BUSY BEE OFFERS,
A FIVE POUND BOX OF MICHIGAN
f1CHOCOLATE S 'TO THE ONE WHO
RECENTLY MADE FENCIL CHANGE
IN MENU DESIGN. CAL FOR BOX.

Pulling on maple-juice icicles
Ccurrent pastime.

is a

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High Shoe Weather
Is Here
We [lave all styles of
black and-tan shoe

Mere muzzles ado not insure canine
silence, it seems.
Park benches 'are almost ready for
spring service.

.Nettleton Bond St.

in prices ranging from

$3.So to $7.00

fWhr' Shoe Stores
Stat.e au d Main St.
ilui Passenger Taxi
Rates educed
Fromt 50c to 25c I roin A. M. to 11 P. M.

Tailors to Men
Ourspecial $30.00Suits
Have
QULITY THAT
UALIFYS
QUICKLY
Henry & Go.
711 N. University Ave.
A Pleasant Way
to Shave
yOU know, very well that you can't get a comfortable
shave with cold or even.. uke 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 they
ELECTRICAL SHAVING MUG
,4 f. of of Comfort for
*$$1.75
Eastern Michigan Edison Co.
Main and Williams Streets.

n Arbor TCaxi Co.

2280

515 E. Liberty

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