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THE MIC"IG -N 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
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub
by carrier, $2.so; by mail. $2.50. Want ad.
stations- Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, c. H
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
11 Beach Carp enter .Managing Editor
W: Sherwood Field .... Business Manager
red Foulk ... .......... ..News Editor
F. F'. McKinney......... .Associate Editor
Chester 11. Lang.,.......Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping.........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Fiofman Arthur H. Torrey
At 10:30:-Sermon by Rev. R. S.
Loring, on Optimisim as a Safe Phil-
At 11:45:-Mr. Weeks speaks before
the Social Service Class on How Abol-
Young Peoples Society meeting omit-
ed because of Hill Auditorium Service.
G. H. WILD COMPANY,
Leading Merchant Tailors. State St.
rait until the season is here to have your Racket
limit three days . Our work is guaranteed.
ilso be showing in a short time the Slotted Throat
Racket. The best on earth.
Book Exhibit, Still On
For a few days more we shall hold for your inspection
the new publications of the Macmillan Company.
The collection embraces Essays, Literature, Travel,
Art, Biography, Philosophy, Botany, Landscape Gar-
dening, etc., etc. A rare opportunity for seeing books
not usually carried in stock.
You are invited to call and look them over.
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
March Winds and Chaps
If you would beyfree from the annoyance of March winds,
we can assist if you use
James M. Barrett, Jr.
E. C. Roth
Howard R. Marsh
. Rodgers Sylvester
Joseph J. Brotherton
'roi c. Reid
the matter of taking
that first canoe
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rs for Detroit-7:o
:1P p. M., also 8:xIo
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S6:6 p. m., 7:06 p.
m~.. and 10 '45 P. i.'
: a. M., 8:2o a. m.,
. 11:15 p. In., 12:1
o a. M.
>n-7:48 a. mn., and
.8 P. M.
:.12 a. m., 6:5o a. mn.,
to 6:50 P. im., also
Let us show you our
Edwin A. Lyman Eugene L. Butson
V. C. B. Parker Lee . Joslyn
rinJohnson Gerald Rosenbaumn
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
H. A. Fitzgerald FBdward P. Wright
Vera Burridge F. A. Klan ii
-WilliamnF. Newton L. Greenebaum
Ferris Fitch - Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. .R. Altsheler
Dirk White C. T. Fishleigh
SUNDAY, MARCO 21, 1915.
Night Editor-Tom C. Reid.
Members of the board in control of
athletics were called to account in this
column yesterday. They were asked
to do something to remedy the present
condition which requires Varsity base-
ball men to perjure themselves. No
action was taken. Most of the time was
spent in trying to relieve the pinch of
the shoe of criticism by impugning the
motives and sincerity of the accuser.
The. bitterness with which alumni and
faculty members met the censure on
their inaction is almost without prec-
edent, even though it is to be hoped
that one member's threat to take the
matter of further "unwarranted charg-
es" before President Hutchins is not
typical of the lengths to which the
board might go.
The Daily will stand by its guns.
It did not accuse individual members
of the board of knowing of specific ex-
amples of ineligibility. It says sim-
ply, as it did yesterday, that existing
eligibility conditions are deplorable,
and that there are so many flagrant
and notorious violations of tlfe present
absurd rules, that members of the
board must know of what is going on,
at least in general. Nobody is accused
of active dishonesty, in allowing mat-
ters to continue unremedied.The state-
ment must stand, however, that the
members of the .board are responsible
for not cleaning up conditions which
they know are a reproach to the uni-
A correspondent signing .himself
"'17" asks why the grounds depart-
ment does not turn on the water.
Lives there a freshman with soul so
dead, who never to his roommate said,
lay over, give me half the bed?
Dental clinic popularity may be oc-
casioned by preparation for gnashing
of teeth after mid-semesters..
Now we know why the weather man
built his observatory on an almost in-
accessible and distant hill.
Of course, she might go to that
dance with you at 10:30, after she had
finished her work.
Will friend roomy beat you to it in
One person describes the engineer-
ing arch as the cave of the winds.
All along, while the days grow long-
er, the time grows shorter.
There goes that dreamy white coat
along the street again.
Making even more of a contrast with
Silence being golden, define a col-
Not a student so homely as his mir-
A case of small men under big is-
First up is usually last to bed.
Will Lecture upon Furniture Design
Stephen Wirts, of Detroit, will lec-
ture on, "Period Furniture Design," at
2:00 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the
large second floor gallery of Memorial
hall. The talk will be given with a
display of 24 specially prepared plates
and the general public is invited.
Prof. Cross Speaks to Michigan Dames
Prof. H. R. Cross, of the department
of fine arts, will give an illustrated
lecture before the next meeting of the
Michigan Dames society at 8:00 o'clock
tomorrow night in Memorial hall. The
subject of the talk will be "How to
Judge a Picture."
At its April meeting, the board in
control of student publications will
choose a business manager and man-
aging editor for 1915 Students' Direc-
tory. It is the policy of the board in
filling the positions on the publications
under its control to award them on
the basis of merit to those who have
served in minor positions on the pub-
lication to which the positions pertain.
It sometimes happens, however, that
no one who ,has served on the publi-
cation during one year is eligible or
capable of filling one of the leading
positions thereon for the ensuing year.
When either of these sets of circum-
stances arises the board finds it neces-
sary to consider outside candidates.
This notice should not be considered
as an intimation that either of these
situations will arise this year.
All applications for these positions
should be in the hands of Prof. F.
N. Scott on or before March 31 in or-
der to be considered. Each application
should contain a statement of the ex-
perience of the applicant and should
be accompanied by the applicant's eli-
gibility card and any letters of recom-
mendation which he may have.
Board in Control of Student Publi-
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