THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Have youi seen it?
FOR 1916. EASILY THE BEST EVER PUT OUT. A
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It Will Grow Inl Water
The M o st Complete Lirme I i lthe City
Fnanci- F. McKinney...Managing Editor "The Will to Power, or the Will to
Jn S. ,Leonard..........business Manager Service." is the subject on which
E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor Bishop Charles D. Williams, of the
Ve . t.............legrap EEditr i scop~al diocese of Michigan, will
S'. Wrght................ports ditor speak at the union church service at
Cill "ditorium at 7:00 o'clock to-
J. C. IB. Parker ... .....Alssignmlent Earr laditor iu t74 'lc o
Joseph J. J3rotherton............City Editor morrow night. The service is under
Conrad N. Church ...............City 'Edit or teasie +fS. nrwslpsoa
d"in A. Ilyan..................ity"i'sEp
Lee Joslyn ....................City Editor church and a vested choir under the
Irwin Johnson ........Chr. Efficiency Board
Gordon D. Cooke..........Statistical Editor direction of Prof. Reuben Kempf will
J. L. Stadeker ...........Supplement Editor render a special musical program.
x dward M ack.........Advertising Manager In addition .to the evening service,
Kirk WhIr.............Publication Z.1aager the bishop will preach at the regular
Y- R, Aithseler.........iieulation Manager
C. V. Sellers...... ccouani E morning service at St. Andrew's
C. T. Fishleigh ...Assistant Business Manager church at 10:30 o'clock. His subject
Night itors 'for that service has not yet been an-
Leonard W. Nieter William F. Newton nounced. He has also promised to
Reporters speak very informally at the Michi-
L A. Fitzgerald Wilhiam . Fort gaI Union get-together at 3:30 o'clock
Waldo R. Iblunt Golda Ginsberg
Martha Gray Nat Thompson ltmcrrowN afternoon an;? for that talk
Jacob M. ]BraudeXW. 11.!atlashewlprblycoeas isu-
Earl Pardee R. 'T. M Dotaldh ilpoal lo shssb
E. A. Baumgartb L. S. Thompson ject some aspect of student life and
Bruce Swaney I'l. I,. ziegle1tr
R. J. Blnm A. F P piey the problems involved therein.
C S. Auntley A. shoenuleiI Bishop Williams has been a frequent
Business Staff visitor in Ann Arbor. In addition to
Albert E. Horne Itosce Ran his frequent appearances here, he acts
E;. C. Musgrave F. AL Sutterl
K. S. M Coll Maxwell Cutting each year as university lecturer at
George Nobil several of the largest colleges and
universities in the United States.
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A ounce of proof is worth
03 pipe of VELVET proves more
than a page of printU
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ween Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
s run on Eastern time, one hour faster
troit Limited and Express Cars-8::o a.)
id hourly to 7:10 p. m., 9:10 p. r.
lamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. m. ad
two hours to 6:48 p. M.; to Lanug
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a. m., and every two hours to 7:0
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a. m., i2:o5 p. m., 6:o5 p. m., 1:
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cal Cars, Westbound-6:12 a.,mn., ~a
end every two hours to 7:50 p. tn. 10:-0
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esources over ....$3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
[ain Office, N. W.. Corner Main
and Huron Sts.
ranch Office, 707 North Univ
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915.
Bri i G overlneut Iets Iowi- Biars
Night Editor.........1.J. L. Stadeker t . n Voime r
DRAMATIC POSSIBILITIES An arrangement has been made be-
Dramatics at Michigan have dragged1 tween the Department of State and
along with a despairing lack of suc- 1 th British government which will
cess. But for the unflagging interest make it possible for universities to
of a small coterie banded together as import books from Germany.
the Comedy club the whole field of The books are to be allowed to
this work would be left for the Mich- come in from Germany through a neu-
igan Union Opera. tral port, provided that the librarian
Several things combine to bring of Congress will certify that the school
about this state of affairs. The Opera to which the books are assigned is al
takes precedence over all others as institution of higher education and
the real show of the year and the that the books are intended for its
prestige that it has gained throws'the use and not for sale.
Comedy club into obscurity. An un- This means that the University Li-
wise selection of plays in the past has brary will be able to get books by
given the club a high-brow taint freight, but it will take about twice
which the average undergraduate re- as long as formerly because the in-
fuses to stomach when coming from voices have to be certified before ship-
his fellows. Irresponsible work on ment.
the part of bygone casts has con- The last shipment of books from
tributed to a feeling that the club is Germany to be received by the library
a mere pretence. But the greatest was last February. Since then the
handicap of all is the lack of money. university has had a great many vol-
The eftect of the Opera cannot be umes held up in Germany, and the
offset. It deserves all it gets, and in new arrangement will be of great
the future may be a spur to other dra- b nefi t.
matics. This year a modern play has
been selected, far more interesting P1 KWO MEN'S ISSUEDITOR
than its iame implies. The cast has
let no opportunity go by to improve
its work. In the days of Birney an(l Jentima Wenley, '16, Selected to Edit
Kiskadden the cast often went before Apil Number of Gargoyle
the footlights without even being let-
ter perfect. This cast had passed that
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At holiday time you feel the need of a Dress Suit more than
any other season of the year. It's the time when you need
the best, and only the best.
A Custom Tailored Dress Suit will leave no chance for
embarrassment or self consciousness.
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Full Silk Lined
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REAL CUSTOM TAILOR
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it contains a smaller percent of waste than
any fuel on the market.
Therefore it is the most efficient.
stage two weeks ago,
Jemima Wenley, '10, has been chosen
Department Paper and Envelopes
LOOSE LEAF PAPER "Any Size"
FOUNTAIN PENS SOLD AND REPAIRED
I. F. SCHLEEDE 340 S. State
Now remains only the financial to act as managing editor of the wo-1
question to be solved. This editorial men's issue of the Gargoyle and will
isn't a plea for charity so much as -for announce her staff selections shortly
legitimate interest, but if we have to' after Christmas vacation. For the
hot-house tonight's play it will ma- past three years the women of the
terially pave the way for future sue- university have taken over one issue
cesses. of the university humor publication
the maker to you,
Washtenaw Gas Co.
GOOD FELLOW 1)ANCE TO BE
FEATURE OFI WEEK-ENID AFFAIIR
IDancers to Aid Charitable Cause;
Last :Dance Before Holidays;
Tickets on Sale
and filled its pages with a varied art,
wit and sarcasm. Last year this issue
was a signal success, its sale upon
the campus setting a record for the
This year's issue is scheduled to
appear in April and will treat in a
general way the pageant which will
rr. art' . or.
Stop in at Pop's
for a good Meal or a Lunch
Good Line POP BANCROFT
of Candies 722 Monroe-St.
The FIRST and BEST Tailoring
Establishment in Ann Arbor
We have an exceptionally fine and varied
line of Woolei' to show you this Fall.
SAM BURCHFIELD & CO.
Teachers of Commercial
Subj-cts prepart 4 at
Hamilton mousiness College
State and Wild'a ns Ste..
Lyndon's for Kodaks, films, finish-
ing. Open Sundays, 9:30 to 4:30 only.-
House party time is drawing nigh.
See us for party Taxi Service. We
have the equipment. We are prepared
to take care of you efficiently. Stark
Taxicab Co. Phone 2255. ov16tf
Buy Now-Maize and Blue choco-
lates at Bloomfield's. dec 18
The Lehigh Valley is offering to
Michigan students through service
from Buffalo to Philadelphia, New
York and Newark, with direct connec-
tions at Buffalo with the Michigan
Central. The route is through "The
Switzerland of -America," the most
beautiful section east of the Rocky
mountains. Arrangements can be
made with Mr. Roberts, 205 Majestic
Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
Go to C. H. Major & Co, for wall-
paper, paints, oils, varnishes, etc.
Phone 237. edtdec21
"'TENTION S l'DEfS!"
For quick MESSENGER CALL see
last ad on LACK OF TELEPHONE DI-
RtECTORY, Phonie 795. 4'17E.
be given by the Women's League at
In accordance with the Good Fellow that time. All the women in the uni-
movement, dancers at the Union to- Versity are eligible to contribute to
night will aid the cause by a its pages and those who desire to do
-ollection taken after a special Good so are asked to communicate with
Fellow dance which has been included Miss Wenley at once.
in the program for the evening. All
proceeds from the collection will be Senior Lit Class Transacts Business
turned over to the fund. At the meeting. of the senior lit
This evening's dance will be class held yesterday afternoon it was
the last week-end dance before the tecided to have no official class pho-
holidayrs.tographer, but to allow the members
The chaperons for the evening will of the class to patronize any of the
be Prof. and Mrs. E. E. Ware, and local photographers upon whom the
Prof. and Mrs. G. M. MConkey.- Michiganensian has placed the stamp
Thomas P. Soddy, '16E, is chairman of approval. By majority vote of the
of the committee, the other members class it was decided to fix the dues
being Jules J. Herbert, '17L, Otis for the year at $2.00,
Sutherlrnd, '171, and Alexander Mc-
Coll, '16A. -_. _ __. .. _. -
Dances will be held in the club-;
house on both Christmas and New Womens' Organizations
Year's evenings for those who remain
in Ann Arbor during vacation. T
The Woman's League Board will
See our line of chafing dishes and meet at 9:00 o'clock this morning in
electric appliances. H. L. Switzer Co. i Barbour gymnasium.
-310 State. edtdec21 Twelve women attended the meet-
ing of the Junior Play committee and
received instructions for writing
Powdered wax for dancing .floor, in plays and lyrics.
perforated top cans. C. H. Major &
Co. Phone 237. edtdec2l Th' Inn Keeper. A new booklet
by Mr. Lloyd C. Douglas, acceptable
Polish your floors with Old English holiday gift, published and for sale by
Floor Wax. C. H. Major & Co. Phone the lanes Foster House of Art.Price
237. edtdec2l 15 cents. .edtdec2l1
More than 200 students have been
treated for influenza at the Univer-
sity Health Service in the past few
days, and according to Dr. Howard
H. Cummings, executive head of the
institution, there is at present an epi-
demic of influenza prevalent on the
Dr. Cummings, in an interview,
stated several causes of the -malady
and warned, students to guard them-
selves against contracting it. "In-
fluenza is most often contracted by
lowering the resistance of the body,'
said Dr. Cummings. "This is mosts
often done by sleeping in overheated
rooms, by getting the feet wet, by
going outdoors while overheated and
in general by any over-exertion. Al-
though influenza itself is not very se-
rious. if not properdy taken care of
INFLUENZA AFFECTS SIUDENTS
Dr. H. It. Cummings
Warns Men to
yOinega Phi Opens Poetry Contest
A poetry contest has been opened by
3mega Phi, honorary rhetoric and so-
ciology society, and a prize of $5.00
will be given for the best poem writ-
en by an undergraduate woman of
Poems entered for this contest must
be submitted to the committee in
charge before April,
Fresh Dents Banquet Football Team
Fresh dents banqueted their foot-
ball team at the Union last night.
Athletic Director P. G. Bartelme and
R. B. Howell, of the dental depart-
ment. spoke.. C. E. Stevens, president
of the class, acted as toastmaster.
Just right for two students; $4,000
takes established business clearing
over $200 per month. If you mean
business, write Michigan Daily, Box
Take a box of Maize and Blue cho-
it nay lead to various complications colates home. Bloomfield's. dec18
In general, if the resistance of the_ _
body is maintained, a person will have Learn the new fox trot at the
a better thatce of warding off infec- >ackard Academy. Nov. 20-tf
SShe will like Maize and Blue choco-
2255 2255 22515 2255 lates, too. Bloomifeld's, dec18
repaired while you wait.
es, 222 S. State.