THE MICHIGAN DAILY-
r IR( EST ASSORTMENT
of fine woolens in the. city is here: for
your inspection. Wet think you'll
agree that never have you seen clas-
sier fabrics. Tailored in our inimi-
table style in a suit to your measure,
they will make you as smartly dressed
as any man ia town.
(A. I. WILlD CO)IPANY
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I STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
D)ETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Eastern tithe, one hour faster
than local time.
Detroit Limited and xpress Cars- -8 :ro a.
mn. and hourly to 9:10 P.!im., 9:10 p. M.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. m,. and
every two hours to 6:48 P. i.; to Lansing,
B :48 p m.
Local Cars,'Eastba)and-5:35 a. in., 6:40 a. in.,
7 :o; a. n., and every two hours to 7 :o5 p. in.,
8:05 p. in., 9:05 p. m., 10:45 p. m. To Ypsi-
lanti only, 8:48 a. mn. (daily except Sunday),
9:20 R. im., 12:05 p. m2., 6:05 P. im.. 11:15 P.
m ,i::; a. im.,, I 30 a.im.
Local Cars, Westbound-6:12 A. an., 7:5o a.
mn., atnd every two hours to 7:50 P. in., 10 :20
P. in., 12:2o a. m.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Surplus........... $ 150,000.00
Resources .over ,. ... $3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
Hain Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Hluon Sts.
Branch Office, 707 North U~niv-
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113 SO. MAIN STREET
THE MICHIGAN DAILY i
f7 ical newspaper at the University of
Mlichigan. Published ee: y morning except
%Iorvlay duri .g , the university year.
Enter-ed at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Oflces: Ann Arbor Press Buildig. Sub-
scri i)ons:. by carrier or mail, $. o. Want
ad. stations: Quarry's, Students Supply
Stor e, The Delta, coi. Packard and State.
P'hones: Business, 96; Editorial. 244.
Francis F. McKinney..Managing Editor
John S. Lenard.,........ Business Manager
F. Rodgers Syvester...Asignment't Editor
Ton C. Reid .............legraph Editor
Vernle-Burnett ............elegraph ditor
1:. 1'. Wright..................Sports Editor
rdwarnl Mack .........Advertising Manager
Kirk White...........Publication Manager
Y. R. Althliset,... -circulation Manager
C. V. Sellers.... ...... .........Accountani
C. T. ishleigl . .Assistant Business Manage
C. N. Church Edwin A. Hyman
Joseph J. rotherton
1. (C. B. Parer HI e1e c i iP
Leonard W. Nieter Martha irav
1 -wn johnin tLee .oslyn
% il:iani F. Ncwck n Waldo [2,' unt
Albert 1;. Horne Rosco Ran
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1915.1
Joseph J. Brotherton
TO BOOST SCHOLARSHIP
For the past three or four years
Michigan has made rapid strides in
the matter of raising the scholarship
standards of the undergraduate body.
The charts put out by Register Hall
have been no mean factor in this
progress, and it seenms now as though
there might be one other opportunity
for more work along this line, present-
ed by the new system of military
training which seems likely to go
Germany is being °credited with
being a militaristic nation, yet one
of the few exemptions from compul-
sory service recogized in that con-
try is that everyone who has pased
'he entrance examination to a German
university need only serve one year
instead of the two or three gener-
ally required. And this one year of
service, even is not put in as an or-
dinary private in the ranks, but as a
gentleman volunteer. According to
Frank Ilarris, writing in Collier's, this
one provision alone has enormously
nereased Germany's mental resources.
The Germans have put a higher pre-
mium upon mentality than upon mili-
It is useless to deny that the idea of
compulsory training at Michigan is
not looketd upon by the undergradu-
atems with any great favor. Upper
classmen on being asked for their ideas
concerning the innovation, generally
shake their heads and reply that they
are glad they are juniors or seniors.,
that the question has reached a stage
are gglad they are juniors or seniors.
too far advanced to be changed. To
offer a legitimate exemption from the
work based upon a certain degree of
excellence in classroom and laboratory
work, could not fail to carry out the
hopes of the faculty regarding higher
Ohiwmas Paade in "'Nigtes"
Columbus, Nov. 16.-Headed by the
band, the final big "nightie" parade of'
the Ohio State students for the year
was held Saturday night through ther
Invitations have just been issued for
the thirty-fIfth Freshman Spread
which is to be given by the ;ophomore
womn1ofthe university in honor of
the freshmen the evening of December
4. Ada Heath is chairman of the fi-
a-ace committee, Constance Winchell,
I chairman of the decoration committee,
Georgianna Pockmnan and Alice Burt-
less, serving committee, Louise Gould
of the refreshment and Maron Wil-
liams of the printing committee. Marie
Paulus has charge of the music, Mar-
Beret Cooley of publicity, Ruth Bailey
and Valra Quinlan of te invitations,
Pansy Blake of the favors and :Ella
Ray of the badges,
Each, year's committee vies with
those of past years in attemptig to
have more striking decorations and
the most original numbers. The vari-
ous chairmen of this year have been
at work for some wees and promise
a spread that sl~uifl be distinctly no,l
Judge Lindsey (u.y of Cotempt
Denver, Nov. 16. --Ben. B. Lindsey,
judge of Denver's juvenile cort, was
held guilts of contempt of court and
fined $5011 and costs by Jude Jhn A.
Perry in the d'strict court Monday.
Thirty days were allowed for an ap-
peal. The case grew out of Li~dsey's
refusal to disclose information in the
trial of Mrs. Bertha Wright on a
charge of murder.
Judige Lindsey claimed the infora-
tion came to hin in a priveleged man-
ner t Trough the confession of Neal
Wright, 12 years old, during the trial.
An information, charging the boy with
the murder of his father because of
an alleged conession mae at his
mnother's trial still is pending in the
juvenile court. Mrs. Wright was ac-
Wyvern wil roeet at _7 :0 o'clock
tonight at the Kapa Ikappa Gamma
Omega Phi will meet at 4:15 o'clock
today at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
A tclphonw h,. been istaled on
the third floor of the Marta Cok
butilding. It is number 217.
Miiss Grace Johnson of the school
of Music will sing at Vespers today at
5:00 o'clock in ewberry hall.
The athletic department cleared 25
dollars from the Topsy Turvy party.
This will be turned over to the new
Junior women are asked to call upon
their freshmen at once. If anyone
is unable to take her freshman she is
requested to notify Valora Quinlan of
the fact immediately.
Julnior plays must be handed to
Marjorie Delevan, ean Jordan's sec-
retary, before noon on November 26.
Playa are to be tyewritten and
signed with a pseudonym.
Freshmen women are asked to see
that their contributions for the Wo-
men's League circus, which is to be
held Friday,, reach Emily Loman, '19,
of Marha Cook building some time
today. Each freshman is responsible
for at least two artices.
. Cor. Maynard and William Sureets
AGENTS FOR THE
The Artist's Instruments
You can purchasea compete
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Wear Tailored Clothes and Good Clqthes Are.
Half The Battle
There is a great difference between tailored clothes and the
Every suit is made to fit the nian-we do not force the man to
fit the suit. Just come in Shlen you're ready.
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est models in
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Washington, D). C., June gth- ;.
FALL FOOTWEAR for LADIES and GENTS
Special Agents Nettleton Shoes
WAHR'S SHOE STORES'
Calkins' Drug Store
State St. Agency
'Van Dormn's Pharmacy
Packardi SR. Agency
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" Looking Arouind?"
We are making new customers
every day from the class of men
who believe in "lo oking around."'
You will be looking for an.
Overcoat one of these days.
Dear Doctor Lovell:
"The fames of yotur Seven Gems has reachecd-
Washington through my good friend Professor
Frantz, who during a visit to' Ann .Arbor,
bought a copy of your wonderful work and
read it. Needless to say he was impressed
by these poems and articles and touched by
their spirit of faith and? philosophical idealism.
Upon arriving in Washington he called my
attention to your wcrk and to tell the truth
I was very agreeably sorprisedl and gratified
with your poems. Your seven ,genms were read
at the 2.4th meeting of the Webster Botanical
Society and a unanimous vote of thanks wvas
e-tended to you by the members of this
.ce rabie instituttion, f(,r your contribution
to the immrtral literature of our countryi.
iKeep up y our wv.ork, lDoctor Lovell, for I
feel that your issin has only begun and
thi,eeicnrcrater thing~s to he expected of you.
:1Lnh lartfelt congratulations Ibeg to remain,
Arthur Y. 'Watson.
The Seven Gems are now on sale at Wahr's
If you have any old shoes that are in your
way drop rme a post card and I will get them
out of your way.
Just glance over that Reule, Con-
lin & Fiegel ad, and then come into
the store and look over the suits.
young maen's haberdashery on sale by
?: F'. Allen & Co., Mahin street.
If there is one thing on earth which
we would rather do than anything else
on earth, it is to get you there when
you are in a M.urry. Stark, 255.
N4-1rs/- I'ickwir-e coats are rthe best
Mlade in W in o na, Minn.
Let us show therm to you.
Taste a sample at any Agency
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Student Supply Store
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