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April 01, 1915 - Image 2

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Lillies, of the FieldTlEMCI{AN ALY
Officiai news-par at the University of
are, no fi ner arrayed tb an i the imnci Michigan. Publishe d ev~ery morning except
, .~ ~ Monday- during the. university year.

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TRAIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE,
td and Express Cars for Detroit-7 :1
n., and hourly to 6:zo p. mn., also 8:io
m.
1 Cars for Detroit-5 :4o a. mn., 6:06 a. in.,
d every" two hours to 6:a6 p. in., 7 :06 p.
8.6 p. in., 9:15 p. rn., and 10:45 p. in.
Ypsilanti only: 7:4 a.,iM., 8:20 a. m.,
:6 a. m., 5:06 p. mn., 11-15 p. in., 12:15
Mf., 12:30 a. in., x :o a. im.
ed Cars for Jackson-7 :48 a. m., and
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Entered at the post-offie at -Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $.5; by snail, $29o. Want a.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. 11.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2044
It. Beach Carpenter........ Manging Editor
W Sherwood ield.......Business Manager
bred Foulk ........... ..... ...News Fditr
" . 11. McKinney............ Associate Editor
Cheser IT. hang ..........Associate Editor
T. Halae'Iy Tapping..........Sporting Editor
assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph 11oman Arthr II. Torrey
Night Editors
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
Tom C. Red Howard R. Marsh
Reporters
Edwin A. Hlyman Eugene L. Bulson
J. C. B. Parker Vera Burridge
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
Verne Burnett C. N Church
H. A- itzgerald ~dward P. Wright
L. Greenebaum P. A. Klann
Wilian. Newton
Business Staff
Ferris itch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Kirk White C. T. ishl~gh
Delos Smith J. J. Herbert
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THURSDAY APRlJ, 1, 1915.
Night Editor--Edwin A. Hyman.
STUDENTS WHO WORK.
"The man who works his way
through college is respected just as
much as his fellows.''Tiis is the corn-
poite opinion of t re men who have
earned their University expenses, al-
most entirely, for the last two or three
years. And general obse rvt tion sems
to bear this out. Hee is a Varsity
athlete who mnakes his own way, while
on the other hand is a member of a
wealthy fraternity who defrays all of
his expenses from oney eaned le-
gitimnatly within the walls of his own
house. Alen prominent in musical and
dramatic affairs, especially, do not
hesitate to be numbered amog those
who Work their Way. 'robialy one-
third of the men students in th ub
versitty do something towads paying
their own college expenses, by work
done during term time.
It is a condition of matters which
speaks well for Michigan democracy.
Occasionally there may be an under-
classman who slighlts a fellow student,
on account of his p)osition in the eco-
nomc seale: ut such c'es ar rare,
They are not so frequent as some men
who work would have you think. It
is easy for one who is a bit down fi-
ancially to attribute the discourtesies
which hie meets to an assumed pre-.
alence of snobbishness. In the main,
however, there is the most amiable
feeling and understanding between
those who work and those who do not.
Don't forget that those ponies and
chorus gentlemen have their mid-sem-
esters right, along the same as the
refit of us.
There's a reason for the fellow who's
waiting to see the opera in Detroit,
. during the balmy days of spring va-v
cation.
SAbsence generally mnakes the heart
grow fonder, as per candy heart mot-
to,-but stolnntirres it's *for the otherEs
fellow.
Funny how many profs are convinc-
ed tiat they know all about how otherx
cour:.e really should be handled..
Those Penn situdents petitioning fort
eight o'locks know not whereof theyI
are speaking, it appears.1

No truth in the rumor that Chicago'
studlents weill rise and cheer when the
Michgansquad enters.
The only thing to be said in favor of
yes terday's weather is that it didn't get
around to rain.
~]yethe date of the opera was
picke_<d with some conscious reference
to retmittance lays.
Optimists say there's a reason for
everyvthing, and stretch it to include
this column.
Is that sociable fellow in the seat
behind still shining on your coat-tails?
Big temptation to fool everybody, by
not printing anything about April 1.
Remember that the terms "walking
stick" has several interpretations.
A fool there was; it only remains
today to see if he still is.
It's not always he of the private cue
who doesn't pay.
Mail delays account for some of the
opera absentees.
Not all glittered, but the stars were
mnany.
In again, out again-baseball squad.
First water diamond on Ferry hield.
April 9 is also Good Friday.

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Bokxhiit S tillI On
IFor a few'days more we shall hold for your inspection
the new publications of the Macmillan Company.
The collection embraces Essays,- Lterature, Travel,
Art, Biography, Philosophy, Botany, Landscape Gar-
dening, etc., etc. A rare opportunity for seeing b)ooks
not usually carried in stock.
YTou are invited to call and look them over.

WA - "S
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

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Goin' home?

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helpings, are our
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Se nior women are to meet at Ne w-
berry hall at 7 :20 o'clock this evening,
in caps andl gowns, to practice songs
for the junior play, after which they
will march to the p~lay in a body. They
are asked to be provided with copies
of the songs which were given out at
the "get-together" parity last week.
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After last night's long and minute
dress rehearsal, the Junior play was
pronounced fully ready for production
by Prof. John IR. Brimim, director, and
Martha Gray, '16, general chairman.
This year's play is admitted by the
juniors, who, alone, know about it, to
be of a character entirely different
from any of the eleven that have been
produced, since the tradition was start-
ed. Between-the-acts specialties, mu-
sic composed by the junior women,
properties imported from Detroit, nov-
el costumes and topical songs, are said
to constitute one of the most repre-
sentative and elaborate of its, kind.
Eleanor Stalker; '16, is the author.
Tests for swimming honors, accord-
ing to the schedule posted on the bul-.
letin board of Barbour gymnasium,
will be given from 2:00 until 4:00
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Women
w1%ishing to try out must register with
Mfiss Alice Evans today.
Univerisity women who have been
selling tickets for the Jjuior play
should turn in any unsold tickets to
Helen Humphreys, '16, from 8:00 to
M0041 o'clock this morning, in the east
,corridor of dhe general library.
Dr. Elsie' S. Pratt will give the last
of her series of the demonstrations of
practical nursing to university women,
at 4:00 o'clock today in Newvberry hall.

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'I'V TAPIN'ESS is somethin' we 0
fl 171carry inside of us
fl an' bring out once
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an' a peaceful pipe o'
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much happiness t' th' 2-'
U surface as if it cost a - .
hundred dollars.
14c buff~s a tin of VELVET- 5c a metal-lined bag of this11
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We rent typewriters, too.
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EGOTISTICAL BUT TRUE'

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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 WiM gladly lay your
selection aside until you wish: it made up.

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Following the durnoniptration,, Mrs. P~onrt forgeot the Thi Dansant ~.t the
Jane M, Pindell, superinrtendeit of Allenel Motel, Friday afternioon frorn
nurses in the university hosp)ital:, wil 4:00 to;5:"30 LP. iM. ?Miss Chiamberlin in
speak to members of the i-ghlt Wek' tenance, f'ischer's Orchestra.
club on the same subject. ' 132-33-37-38-39

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