TjiB MICHIGAN DAILY
IT'S NO REFIECTION
on ready-made clothes to say they
cannot possibly fit everybody perfect-
ly all over. Each man has peculiari-
ties of form which only made-to-meas-
ure apparel can fit. Order your new
Spring suit or overcoat here and then
you'll know what perfect fit and class
mean. Of course, all garments are
made in our own shops.
Drop in and see our new Spring
G. If. WILD COMPANY,
Leading Merchant Tailors. State St.
TIHlE MICHIGAN DAILY1
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Publisheduevery morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Offioes, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $.50; by mail, $2.5o. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk ....................News Editor
V. F. McKinney;...........Associate Editor
Chester H. Lang..........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping..........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
tohn Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
Typewritten themes don't
pull down the high marks.
Nature seems to be one of the most
That woolen vest goes into moth
Synonyms: long hair and out-of-
Most complete stock in Washtenaw.
If you are a
You will always find the right thing, and every article
Watch the morning's mail.
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
F,. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
Howard R. Marsh
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ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE.
ted and Express Cars for Detroit-7:ro
m. and hourly to 6:io p. m., also 8:io
1 Cars for Detroit-5:40 a. m., 6:06 a. m.,
d every two hours to 6:06 p. m., 7w16 p.'
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o Ypsilanti only: 7:4 a. M., 8:2o a. m.,
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ited Cars for Jackson-7:48 a. m., and
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a1 Cars for Jackson-s 12 a. m., 6:so a. m.,
d every two hours to 6:so p. m., also
15 p. m., 11:15 p. m.
T1all ry Hats
The New spring Models
have arrived! - And
they look mighty good
Chock full of style and
every stitch made by
a good workman.
Look like better values
than ever befdre.
Lib er a"1
helpings, are our
aim, with quality
a a v as
Eb S Ft lr [ 4
Edwin A. HymaniReporters ugene L. Bulson
Tom C. Reid L. Greenebaun
J. C. B. Parker Lee E. Joslyn
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
Vera Burridge Roy 1). Lamoud
H. A. Fitzgerald Edward P. Wright]
,erris Fitch Edward Mack1
C. V. Sellers V. R. Altsheler
G. I~. Kesler C. T. Fishleigh
Delos Smith Thatcher Rea+
TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915. 1
Night Editor-E. Rodgers Sylvester.
There is a tendency to give too much
individual credit to those who take
care of a student publication for a sin-#
Mgle year, as editor or business mana-
ger. Little attention is paid to the
work of the board in control of stu-
dent publications, which is really the
balance wheel of the whole system.r
The fact is that the campus publica-t
tions under the supervision of thisf
board, including the Gargoyle, the Stu--
dents' Directory, the Michiganensian
and The Michigan Daily, whatever
meagre merits they may possess, mustI
thank this fostering committee for
In many universities, chaotic condi-
tions rule as to undergraduate publi-
cations. Most of them are conducted
on private initiative, and are run pro-
fessedly for profit. charges of
graft are the common thing, rather
than the exception. Competition is1
carried on corruptly, and publishedK
matter is biased by affiliations and
petty prejudices. The Michigan pub-
lications seem to have overcome mostf
of these faults, and the credit belongs
to the four faculty members and three1
students who constit ute the personnel
of the board in control, to an unappre-
A thin freshman in the gym never
wishes to be fat half so much as a fat
freshman wants to be thin.
Granting that it's embarassing tot
meet your professor at an Ypsi formal,
Lots of that big-sister line is due+
with the apprpach of the days when a.
young man's, etc.
Incipient spring also seems to blame
for the luring forth of stringed instru-
The pipest course appears to be thatl
where 14 girls sneak out after roll'
The Garfields might almost stage a
family reunion in Ann Arbor.
Some say lamb, but the cook in-
sists it was like cold mutton.
thI3ies ic Thlater
Gene Greene, singing some new
songs and some cd ones in a new way,
heads the Majestic bill for the first
half of the week. He introduces a
contest, in which he brings singers
from the audience. Another act. "Boun-
cer's Circus," uses the ushers and oth-
er employees to amuse the audience,
with their antics on the bounding net.
Dan Niblo and Frances Riley offer an
act, which would be improved, were
there more eccentric dancing by the
male member of the team. A playlet
and an act of illusions in black and
white, complete the bill.
Frank I. Butterfield, manager of the
Whitney theater, announces that for
the engagement of Guy Bates Post, in
"Omar the Tentmaker" at the Whitney
Wednesday, March 3, ladies will be ad-
mitted to the gallery first. He re-
quests that all ladies, who contemplate
going into the gallery that night, come
to the theater before 7:30 o'clock, and
go to the main box office in the lobby
to purchase their gallery seats. They
will then be admitted up the front
stairway of the theater into the gal-
Mr. William Aicen, principal ot the
Ann Arbor high school, will speak at
the regular meeting of the Girls' Edu-
cational club, at 7:00 o'clock this
evening, in Newberry hall on "The
Girl Problem." A short discussion will
follow the talk. On account of the
Busoni concert the meeting will close
promptly at 7:40 o'clock. University
women, wi ether members of the club
or not, are cordially invited.
* * *
Members of the Junior play cast
will meet for rehearsal tomorrow at
3:00 o'cloc, in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall. informal ion concerning the play
can be found on the bulletin board of
the Women's League room, in Iniver-
lans for the annual Michigan
Women's luncheoil, to be held in Bar-
bour gymnasium at noon, Saturday,
April ;, preceding a performance of
the Junor Play, are now being carried
down to details by the general com-
mittee, of which Lena Mott, '15, is
chairman. Mrs. John t. Etlinger is
acting iri an advisory capacity on the
comnmittee, wlilch holds a regular
meeting at noon today, at a luncheon
in Newberry hall,
It is planned to have all 24 past
presidents of the Women's League
present at the luncheon, and some will
be asked to speak.
* * *
Contributions to the extent of $1,000,
A Pair of $6.00
Trousers Made to Your
Order Absolutely Free
With ievery suitor overcoat
as snit or different.
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Caps and Gowns
You Lits, you Laws, you
Engineers - you Seniors
from every Department
- we're ready to take
your measure now.
We've opened the Cap
and Gown section and
placed it in experienced
Our outfits are from
Cox Sons and Vining
-the well-known eastern
Rental charge is $2.00
from Swing-out through
ment only when delivered.
TIOS. ROWE, Prop.
Detroit St. Phone 467-M
EGOTISTICAL BUT TRUE
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 v1k gladly lay your
selection aside nntil'you wiNh it made up.
Sam Burchfield & Co.
1106 E. Huron Street
We have a few Trial Machine
Wehv e ra ahnswhich we offer at greatly reduced
prices on the easiestof terms. Will
be glad to have you try them.
We rent typewriters, too.
ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO. INc.
A. H.COF9N, Resident Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue
conference, Dr. Lilian W. Johnson, '91,
who was the main speaker at the De-
troit luncheon, her topic being "The
Relation of the College Woman to the
Country Life Movement."
Vera Burridge, '15, has withdrawn
her name as a nominee for the office
of class prophet.
German Warships Pictured in Book
Among the latest shipments to ar-
rive at the general library,. are con-
signments of books from the library's
German and French agents. These
are mainly of a scientific nature, but
there are also a few of general inter-
est, one of which, "The Marine A'l-
bum" published by the German Naval
society, is illusrated with pictures of
German warships and naval bases.
Wright Saxopohen Trio party, Mich-
igan Union, Friday, March 5, for tick-
ot cal 226 or l74. 106-109
c Latest Stylesi Hats
made by the Saginaw Valley and the
Pasadena alumnae associations to the
$50,000 fund for a third hall of resi-
dence for University women, now be-
ing raised under the auspices of the
Detroit Association of University
women, were announced by Miss
Grace Millard, president of the Detroit
association, at its annual formal
luncheon at the Hotel Sta'tler Satur-
day. Other activities proposed by the
ass~ociat ion include the establishment
if] 1)et roit iof a branch of the Intercol-
legiate Bureau of occupations, similar
to that managed in Chicago by Miss
Helen Bennett, one of the speakers at
the Vocational conference in January.
It is hoped by the Vocational Coun-
selling committee, of which Judith
Ginsburg, '15, is chairman, to obtain
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