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THb MICHIGAN £DAILY

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CALKINSG ITAT
CALKIN' PHARMIACY

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GO THE PRICES'
:moval Sale Now On
lens' Suits and Overcoats Divided in Two Lots

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Do you know we served a ton of Malted
Milk, at our Soda Fountains last year ?
We rm e 'em Right
Our New kle Cre2m
We make it ourselves, and it is REAIL
Cream. No Gelatin. No Ice Cream
Powder.

COpYR<. KTA. 0. SAC.

1/2 Off-'/3 off
BLUE & BLACKS, 1-4 OFF
ODD PANTS 20% OFF

society

Clothes for Spring
also a fine line of
Furnishings, Hats
Caps, Bags & Suit
Cases.
Come in and Ioo
them over.

Brand

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GET IT AT CALKIN'S PHARMACY
342 SOUTH STATE STREET

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WADHAMS & CO.
121-123 So. rain St.

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VEomrnunitati Qt

Temple Theatre
ADMISSION 5c.
(excoept Friday and Saturday)

he Farmers & Mechanics Bank
01-103-105 South Main Strsot

Capital, $100,000
and Profits , .

$15,0001

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Scotch Plaid
Overcoats
the newest material is a
thick, soft, rough finished
cloth, with subdued plaids
woven into the back. You
can't imagine what a rich
overcoat this material will
make.

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he Ann Arbor Savings Bank
apital Stock $300,000 Surplus $ioo,ooo
Resources $3,ooo,ooo
A General Banking Business_ Transacted
has. F. His cock, Pres., Michael J, Fritz,
ash'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
Braun, Asst. Cash'r, Wmn. Waltz, Asst: Cash'r
avings DejA.
Liberty and Main Sts.
Most Convenient Plaoe for Yours
Banking

A. F. Marquardt
516 William Street

MI

MY LE S
Cloth Shop

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Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
On the basis of somewhat extended
experience as an examiner, may I sug-
gest that Mr. Bollinger's letter on our
marking system (in your issue of Feb.
28) hardly goes to the root of the mat-
per. He forgets that mere quadrupling
of possible grades does nothing to al-
ter the conditions in relation to which
these grades are given. Before look-
ing at this, we may dismiss "such gen-
eral distrust as now exists." For, it
is counterbalanced by much satisfac-
tion which, by the way, has no need
to shout aloud! Moreover, no stu-
dent ever was, or ever can be, a com-
petent judge of marks in subjects
whereof, in the nature of the case, he
knows no more than the fringes. It is
to be recalled, too, that, as a simple
fact of comparison, American marking
systems are exceedingly lenient. The
conditions which they are compelled to
meet render this inevitable--and here
the real root of the difficulty lies.
In a word, our system tries to ad-
just itself to two entirely different cas-
es. On the one hand, it is a "pass"
system, Now, academically, a "pass"
mark implies little.--it never indicates
mastery or even unusual ability. It
may, and ought to, mean "decent" av-
erage work, or "respectable" ability.
As human beings. are, no matter where,
it cannot certify more. On the other
hand, our system is also a "class" sys-
tem: that is to say, it attempts to in-
dicate a certain mastery or some de-
cided ability. The point is that, here,
we quit the "pass" world completely,
and are confronted by totally different
standards. Some day, perhaps, we
may find it wise to separate "pass"
and "class" among undergraduates.
Till then, the difficulties traceable to
the double situation must be endured,
tempered by such justice as the long
experience of examiners may guaran-
tee.

Monday, March 1
The Magnate of Paradise, with
August Phillips.
Tuesday, March 2
"In the Lions' Den."
Wednesday, March 3
"Money," with Vivian Prescott.

Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
MON. & TUES., MARCH 1-2
Edward Abels in "The Million."
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3
"Officer 666."

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FUrn it
DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO YOU
The people of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County are cor-
dially invited to call at the Exhibition Rooms. of the= COME-
PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY and examine for themselves
the splendid values offered in choice furniture at prices represent-
ing, in many instances, A SAVING OF zoo PER CENT, as
compared with prices usually charged.
The Come-Packt Mission and Craftsmen Designs are par-
ticularly suitable for fraternity and club houses. We also design
and make special furniture to older.
Builders of new homes will find it to their advantage to em-
ploy the facilities afforded by our factory for the production of
"built-in" furniture for libraries, dens, halls, dining-rooms and
kitchens.
Take Packard Street car to State Street and go one block south
and three blocks west to factory of
COME-PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY
Corner Edwin and Division Streets

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Arcade Theatre
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4;00: EVE. 6:15; 7:46; 9:15
TUESDAY, MAROHJ2
The Attorney for the Defense,
three part Tubin drama. Also
others.,
AEI)N ESI)AY, MARCII 3
LILLIAN RJSSELL in her
Broadway success, "Wildfire,"
supported by Lionel farrymore
and a strong cast.

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TAILORS

vice and durability, built on the lines of fashionable Tailor-
you will find in the Myles productions.
Our own Tailors and our own Workshops.

Makes Your Hands like Velvet
Mann's Benzoin Cream has a marvellous effect on the skin.
Two or three applications will remove the roughness, and
by its occasional use the skin acquires the smoothness and
softness of a baby 's.
Delightful after Shaving. Price 15 cents
MANN'S DRUG STORE 213 S. tafn street
Pho a 876

618 E. LIBERTY STREET

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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARDOR
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65.000
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson, X. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.
the same series of grades. Whereas at
Glasgow, where as Public Examiner
for degrees, I had frequent occasion to
note just such differences between re-
ally able men as the Cambridge math-
ematical examiners, honor marks and
pass marks meant quite different
things. R. M. WENLEY.
MISS TARSNEY GIVES TALK ON
"WO1IEN IN NEWSPAPER WORK"
Miss Charlotte Tarsney, of the staff
of the Detroit Evening News, address-
ed the journalistic students of the uni-
versity 'yesterday afternoon on the
subject, "Women in New paper Work."
Miss Tarsney said that the notion
that women are useless in newspaper
work is fast disappearing. She brief-
ly covered the fields which open and
are preferable to women who wish to
make journalism their career.

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IMPORTANT MANAGERIAL
Announcement

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Gymna'siumSupremacy
is earned through greater strength; ability
to think quickly and act while thinking;
through the possession of muscular power,
prowess, and endurance that enable an athlete
to defeat his opponent.
S hredded Whet
is more nourishing than meat. It possesses
all the elements of whole wheat that con-
tribute to tissue- strengthening and the building
of brain, bone and brawn.
Brains and bodies nourished by SHREDDED
WHEAT meet emergencies, tests and crises
as they should be met-victoriously.'

I do not think that students realize
the enormous gaps that exist even be-
tween first rate men. In the Mathe-
matical Tripos of the University of
Cambridge, cases are not uncommon
where intervals of several thousand
points divide the "dominus" or first
candidate from the second, and this,
recollect, in the first class of honors.
And, when it comes to the contrast be-
tween a clear "first-class" and a mere
" pass-man," we are in touch with two
universes that happen to be wholly in-
comparable. To adjust the same
marking system to both cases is no
light task. Yet, this pis just what we
find ourselves compelled to do.
The point is, that examinations for
class-courses-semester examinations
-demand a small modicum of dili-
gence to secure a "pass." So, too, do
the :British examinations for a "pass"
degree. But these marks certify to no
sort of competence. This is perfectly
understood in academic circles and
widely realized by the general public
on the other side. But our students
appear to imagine that a "pass" means
something. In "honors" or "class" ex-
aminations, on the other hand, thor-
ough mastery in the field, and real na-
tive ability are required in order to
obtain a "first" and, in a lesser meas-
ure,. a "second." The two standards
are absolutely different. As I have
said, we must combine them. Thus,
between the philosophical knowledge
and ability of the first "A" and the
first "B" just returned by me to the
Phi Beta Kappa committee, there is no
possible comparison. But, I am using

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AMATEUR
Ragtime Competition"
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Cold'Cup to Winner Silver Cup to Runner-Up
Presented by Gene Green
"THE AUDIENCE TO JUDGE"

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To Secure Regent Hanchett for Speech
Arrangements are now being made
by members of the Grand Rapids club
to secure Regent Benjamin S. Han-
chett, of Grand Rapids, to address
them at a smoker, the tentative date
of which has been set for March 23:-
At a business meeting of the club
Sunday afternoon, Francis Russell, '15,
was appointed chairman to take charge
of a membership campaign which will
begin this week. A monthly smoker
with prominent speakers will be part
of the club's program hereafter.
A new selection of Medici Prints on
display at De Frees Art Store 223
South Main. 106-7
LOST-An Alpha Phi pin, with name
on back, somewhere between 814
South Univ. and Presbyterian
church. Telephone 368 or return to
814 South Univ. Reward. 106

WALK A FLIGHT
and
SAVE THE DIFFERENCE

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What I save in rent and other overhead expense
is added to the quality of the garments I tailor.
LET ME PROVE IT

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Try our $25.00 Suits

Alterations and Repairing

ALBERT GANSLIE

MERCIiANT TAILOR
108 E. Washington St.

Second Floor

"All the Meat of the Golden Wheat"

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Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dor-I

Made only by
Wheat Company,

en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard

Niagara Falls, N. Y.f

street.
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University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. ti
Taxi 15
Prompt Day and Night service. tf
Univ ersity Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
and toilet articles. Phone 416. tf

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AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

SPECIAL OFFER TO EVERY
UNIVERSITY STUDENT

Holmes Taxi Co.
"We'll be there"

522

University Ave. Pharmacy Marti
Washington Candy, Cigars, Clgarett4
and Tobacco.

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The on

& NICKELS

A Victrola IV Outfit
$19.50
TERMS TO SUIT THE BUYER
Grinnell Bros.

f iu future al cars stop at uoo
Drug Store

Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 S. State. tf 1522

Holmes Taxi Co.
"Back of the Union"

tudio on the Campus

Phone 130.J

PHONE 1707
FOR DELIVERY

E. LIBERTY ST.

Fair Treatment and Good Service
are what makes a satisfied customer.
Both are yours by calling 15. tf

FOR RENT-Suite and single
433 Maynard St.. Phone 815-J.

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