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MIONIGAN DAILY
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WELCOME

Shaffner & Mai

1 IS announcement of our
readiness to serve you in all
sorts of good things to wear, may
also be considered an invitation
to you to come and see how well
we've made our preparations.
if every man and young tan in this com-
munity isn't stylishly dressed in the best
clothes made, at prices that afford real economy
it will not be our fault. We have the goods
here.
Young Mcn's Special Styles
1very one of you young men should make a point of see-
ing the new Varsity Fifty-five sack; the snappiest sack
suit models ever put together. We'll show you this new
,style at $18 and up to $25.
Lutz Clothing Store
The home of Hlart, Schaffner & larx.

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Women engaged in athletics at Syra-
cuse will make an innovation by hold-
ing a Women's athletic dinner on
April 14.
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Cornell's Varsity crew spent sev-
eral hours Tuesday breaking ice on
the inlet to the lake. This enabled
them to start work on the open water.
Officers of the Harvard Union have
drawn up a constitution for the Har-
vard Forum in order to make sure of
the organization's permanency. It has
the same nature and purpose as the
one recently established here.

CLASSICAL CLUB HEARS DUNLAP
Play, "The Trojan Women," Will Be
Presented Here
James E. Dunlap, grad., traced the
growth of classical scholarship from
the times of Alexander the Great, to
the period of the middle ages, in a
speechbefore the Classical club in
Memorial hall yesterday.
Attention of the members was called
to the fact that the Women's League
and the Drama League are bringing
to the university a classical play call-
ed "The Trojan Women."
REV. HENRY TATLOCK TALKS
TO EPISCOPAL MEN TOIG IIT
All Episcopal men in the university
are invited to hear an informal talk
to be given at 7:30 o'clock tonight, in
Harris hall by the Rev. Henry Tat-
lock on the subject, "Why I Am an
Episcopal Churchman." In the devel-
opment of his subject, Dr. Tatlock will
discuss some of the fundamental ten-
ets of the Episcopal faith and aim to
give his hearers some definite con-
ception of Episcopal creeds.
The meeting will be under the aus-
pices of the Michigan chapter of the
Brotherhood of St. Andrew, a national
Episcopal organization.
JOURNALISM STUDENTS' WORK
TO BE CRITICISED BY EXPERT

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Yale is planning to informally re-
,stablish her aeronautical club with
' view to training men for the United
Mates aeronautical reserve, accord-
Ing to a plan proposed by Captain
Mark L. Bristol in charge of our naval
aeronautics.
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Three plays are to be presented in
April by the Harvard dramatic clubs.
'Toy Soldiers," by Miss Van Glyck, is
a war play showing the viewpoint of
soldiers who do not want to fight;
'Garafelia's Husband," by Esther
Bates, is a New England play of tense
dramatic power; the third play is a
comedy called, "The Florist's Shop,"
and deals with a modern "flower-girl"
who sacrifices her master's orchids to
bring romance into a spinster's life.
REV. MILLS TO SPEAK AT UNION

WENLEY LIVES FIN
Theme Will Be Last o
of Series on "Re
Prof. Robert M. Weni
osophy department, wi
last of his series of Fr
Lenten lectures this aft
o'clock, in St. Andrew'
will take as his subject
ciety and the Ideal,in Tl
lations within Religion,
ment of this theme will
velopment of the gene
the series of talks whic
givi11 under the title o
Need in Common Life."
This address is bein
the auspices of the Hol
all students, together w
public. are invited to he

:ICT IONS SO
ment with Women Causes 1916
terary Class Function to
Be Called OF
N TAKES LEADING PART'
* to a disagreement with the
romen, in which Wyvern, junior
5 honorary society took a lead-
the 1916 literary The Dansant,
ras scheduled to take place at
ors of the Allenel hotel Satur-
rnoon, will not be held.
postcards had been addressed to
ember of the class, the women
[ass notified Harold Smith, '16,
y would refuse to partake in
ir, and should it be given de-
ir protest, they would take the
a.nd in all future class affairs.
ng to Smith, he was called up
t night by a representative of
, and told that the women be-
hemselves slighted in the ar-
nts which had been made for

the function, and for this reason they
took the stand they did.
The class has two distinct social
committees, one composed wholly of
men, which looks after the men's func-
tions, and one composed entirely of
women, which arranges all women's
functions. The two committees were
supposed to work together when
dances were arranged, and when Smith
merely spoke to Miss Honor Gaines,
vice-president of the class about the
affair, and proceeded to arrange it,
the women became angered.
The social committee of the class
had decided to give the dance at Bar-
bour gymnasium, but later decided to
cancel it entirely.
MICHIGAN'S DEBATING SQUAD
LEAVES AMID LIVE SEND-OFF
Michigan's negative debating team
which left yesterday morning under
charge of Prof. R. D. T. Hollister, of
the oratory department, received an
enthusiastic send-off from a number
of Delta Sigma Rho and other friends.
Wisconsin is doomed to defeat tonight

U. S. ENGINEER CONSULTS HOAl
F. H. Newell May Speak to Student
Talks In Detroit Saturday

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F. H. Newell, consulting engineer for
the United States reclamation service,
will come to Ann Arbor today to con-
sult with Prof. W. C. Hoad, of the san-
itary engineering department, and
Gardner S. Williams, '89E, as members
of a special committee of the American
Society of Civil Engineers, on a pro-
posed national waterway law. Mr.
Newell was formerly director in charge
of the entire government reclamation
service, and has been in charge of most
of the reclamation work which has
been going on in the west for the past
few years. It is probable that he will
talk to students of the engineering col-
lege either this afternoon or tomorrow,
but no arrangements have been made
for a lecture.
He is also scheduled to speak at a
meeting of the Detroit Engineering so-
ciety Saturday night, at the rooms of
the club, 46 Grand River avenue west,
on the subject of, "The Engineer in
Public Affairs." The lecture in Detroit
will be illustrated with lantern slides
and motion pictures, and all members
of the local Engineering society, and
other interested persons are invited to
attend.

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Battle Creek Pastor Shows. Deep In.
terest in Young Men.
The Rev. Thornton A. Mills, pastor
of the First Congregational church at
Battle Creek, Michigan, will speak at
the Union get-together at 3:00 o'clock
Sunday afternoon. His subject will be
on, "Fiddles and Fortunes."
Mr. Mills, besides being pastor of
the largest congregation in Battle
Creek, is a prominent critic and inter-
preter of dramatic works. His father,
Mr. Benjamin E. Mills, is a lecturer of
national renown.
The "Cereal City" man has a -deep
interest in young men, having organ-
ized numerous classes and organiza-
tions for them. He is especially well-
known for a series of "movies" which
are given for young people in his
church every Sunday afternoon.
Committeemen who are arranging
musical numbers for the affair are:
Rudolph Hofmann, '15, chairman, L. C.
Heustis, '16P, and Otis L. Sutherland,.
17D. One of the Varsity musical clubs
is expected to aid in the entertainment.

Prof. F. N. Scott, of the rhetoric de-
partment, has secured the services of
a professional copy reader on one of
the big metropolitan newspapers to
read and slash the, stories handed in
by students in his journalism classes.
Professor Scott believes that this crit-
icism will teach the writers the true
news value of their work.
Recommendations Made for Bureau
Recommendations in regard to the
proposed engineer's employment bu-
reau were made yesterday afternoon,
by. the special committee appointed
from the department committee of the
engineering college. The findings will
be presented to the latter committee
at its' next meeting, which will be
held in about a week.

F. E. Loudy to Addresi
F. E. Loudy, '15E, pre
society, will give a talk
ganization at its meet
o'clock tonight in the
engineering society. TI
the first of a series of tz
'uel Pierpont Langley,
world's foremost aero
neers.
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NEW POLICY
The new management has adopted a policy that will do
the usual objectionable features of the public roller rink.
Students' trade is being especially solicited.
BAND FRIDAY NIGHT.

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Prof.Ruthven Makes Report at Meeting
Prof. A. G. Ruthven, of the zoology
department, and F. M. Gaige, assistant
in the museum, will make reports be-
fore the meeting of the Zoological
Journal club which is to be held in
room 305, N. W., at 11:00 o'clock this
morning. Some recent museum books
will be on exhibition at the meeting:

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TONIGHT'S B. V. D. GATHERIN

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Much has been done to make the big
party of the Barristers, Vulcans and
Druids, which takes place at the Union
tonight, one of the most attractive
events of the season.
Decorations were completed yester-,
day,,the main color scheme being red,
white and blue, while the Yellow and
Blue is inserted with moderation.
Among the intermission features will
be a dance by T. J. Doyle, '15L, and a
parody skit on "Red Riding Hood," by
H. R. Schradzki, '15L.,

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MAKE PLANS FOR '18 REUNION
DURING COMMENCEMENT WEEK
Preliminary arrangements for the
'13 class reunion, at commencement
time, were made last night, at a dinner
held at the Union. 'The spirit shown
by those who attended the dinner, as-

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Appoints Alumnus as Representative
Pres. Harry.B. Hutchins has ap-
pointed Prof. Robert P. Reade, '03L, to
represent the University of Michigan
at the inauguration of Dr. E: K. Gra-
ham, as president of the University of
North Carolina, on April 21. The in-
-augural exercises will be held at
Chapel Hill, N. C. Professor Reade is
now an assistant professor of law in
Trinity College, South Carolina.

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DEAN C. BENJAMIN OF PURDU]
TO LECTURE ON "STANDARI

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Dean C. H. Benjamin, of the School
of Engineering at Purdue university,
will visit in Ann Arbor on Tuesday,
April 6, and will lecture in the engin-
eering building. He has chosen for
his subject, "Standards," and will
speak on standards in general, in the
engineering profession. Dean Benja-
min has been a frequent visitor and
speaker in Ann Arbor, and has spoken
here in former years on such subjects
as, "Fakes" and "The Fourth Dimen-
sion."

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sures a successful gathering.
Karl Mohr, alumni secretary, and
Harold Abbott, '15A, had charge of the
ieeting. About 40 men attended the din-
ier, including Ray Melton and H. H.Ohil-
macher of Detroit. .A smoker will be
held sometime in April, at which com-
mittees will be appointed.
Mrs. Florence Milner Speaks Tuesday
Mrs. Florence Milner, associate prin-
cipal of the Detroit University high
school, will speak to university women
on, "The Boy in the High School," at
7:00 o'clock,Tuesday night, March 30,
in Newberry hall. Miss Marjorie
Adams, of the school of music, will
render a vocal selection. All univer-
sity women are invited to be present.
VICTORIOUS RECRUIT PICKED
AS WINNER BY PENNSY COACH

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its doings and pleas-

Coach Roy Thomas of the Pennsyl-
vania baseball team believes that he
has uncovered a real "find" in the per-
son of Steelman, one of the aspirants
for slab honors on the Penn team.
Steelman was entrusted with the fling-
ing in one of the recent-combats be-
tween the first team and the scrubs,
and the recuit let down his opponents
with a single tally and but two hits.
Neither of the wallops were of the
legitimate kind either, but were of the
"scratch" variety.
Prof. Levi Addresses MIchigan Authors
Prof. Moritz Levi, of- the French de-
partment, will go to Detroit this ev-
ening to address the Michigan Authors'
association. The subject of Professor
Levi's lecture is, "The French Drama
Up-to-Date."

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a freshman intends to
study,he always likes
to look at the pleasant
side of College like.

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Kentucky Club Holds Smoker April 7
All southern students are invited to
attend the smoker, given by the Ken-
tucky club, at 7:30 o'clock, April 7, at
the Union. Prominent speakers will
be secured to address the southerners,
and arrangements will be made for ad-
vertising the University of Michigan
throughout the South.

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