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THE MICHIGAN DAILY EEARMENia
Official newsaper at the UniversityCWo
]Michigan.. Published eve y morning except
Monday durizig the university year.
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Plans Mien for Concert to Be Given
Feb. 18 in Hill Auditorium for
Refugees in Russia.
John S. Leonard...........Business Manager Plans are progressing for the con-
E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor gert to be given under the auspices of
Toni C. Reid ..............Telegraph Editor the Armenian Students' club in Hill
Verne Burnett ...........'elegraph editor Auditorium on Friday evening, Feb-
E.P. Wright.......... ,..... Sports E*ditor
ruary 18. Three of the best Armenian
J. C. B. Parker.........Assignment Editor vocalists will come to Ann Arbor at
Conrad N. Church ...... .......ity Editor
Pdwin A.Hyman. ........ ity ditor that time, and also a prominent Ar-
Lee Joslyn..................y Editor enian violinist. The proceeds of this
Cordon D. Cooke........Statistical "ditor entertainment will be sent to the Ar-
menian refugees in Russia.
EdwKirk Wte..c......Auvertisng u r The committee in charge of this
Y. R. Althseler..... . Circulation Manager concert has been announced, and in-
C. V. Sellers.................Accountani
C. T. Fishleigh ..Assistant Business Manager t'ludes Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, chair-
man, Charles W. Sink, W. H. Tinker,
Leonard W. Nieter William . Newton Miss Helen Humphreys, '1G, Harry
Earl Pardee illi- t. uOrt Gault, '17L, William Holland, A. H.
Reporters Koumjian, '16M, and R. J. Blum, '18.
If. A.Fitzgerald *T. TStader I The committee has already succeed-
Waldo R. Hunt dlolda Ginsberg
Martha Gray Nat Thompson ed in securing more than 20 patron-
W. R. Atlas R.!'cI )lua~d'
E. A. Baumgarth L. S. ThompsonIesaes. Am ng thenm are Dean Myra B.
Bruce Swaney F . L. Ziegler Jordan, Mesdames Harry B. Hutchins,
R., J. Blum A. F Paley
C S. Huntley A,~Shoenfield Mortimer E. Cooley, Alfred H. Lloyd,
Business Staff Henry E. Riggs, John R. Allen, J. A.
Albert E. horne Rosce Rar C. Hildner, J. R. Nelson, John R. Ef-
E. C. Musgrave F. N. Sutter finger, Junius . Beal, Warren P. Lom-
K. S. MeColl MxelCti
..Campbel, I). .Csn bard, George Burke, Horatio J. Ab-
George Nobil bo l, G. W. Millen, W. H. Butts, A. W.
Office Supplies in general.
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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Eastern time, one hour faster
ian local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars- 8:io a.
. aril hourly to 7:ro p. m., 9:10 p. m.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. m. and
v *ry two hours to 6:48 p. m.; to Lansing,
48 P. in.
Local Cars, Eastbound-5 :35 a. m., 6:40 a. M.,
:o5 a. m., and every two hours to 7:05 p. M.,
:o; p. in., 9:~o5 p. n., 10:45 p. mn. To Ypsi-
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:2o a. in., i2:o0 p. M., 6:o5 p. in., 11:1s p.
., 1 :15 a. m., 1:30 a. m.
Local Cars, Westbound-6:12 a. m.., 7:50 a.
., and every two hours to 7:5o p. n., io :a0
mi., Iz:2o a. in.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Resources over .... $3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
Main Offiee, N. W. Corner Main
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Branch Office, 707 North Univ-
We Have a
FULL LINE OF
Cut Flowers and Plants
For All Ocoasions.
COUSINS & HAL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVEI
SATURDAY, JANUARY b, 1916.
Night Editor...'.. William F. Newton
IF WE MIGHT SUGGEST
Stalker, G. Carl Huber, Charles
Sink, N. S. Hoff, Henry Tatlock,
C. Fetter and L. A. Barrett.
BUSRAB WORKERS CONVENE
Iait lit Ine Up Iien for Aral'ian Ios.
Coal Coke Lumber
Planing Mill Specialties
ignS a inga=k
January 0 of last year a set of of o
ficial suggestions looking toward the In
e livsrab campaign, a meeting for all
regulation of the J-Hlop and its at- iested studen, w e hel in
in terested students will be held in
tendant houseparties were sent around McMillan Hall Sunday afternoon at
to the various organizations on the4 :30 o'clock.
campus. The idea, according to the The campaign for the Ara ba
word ofthesuggstinswas o mke Tho ampignfor he ra:an hos-
words of the suggestions, was to make pital will be held early next semester
the Hop a "wholly desirable event in and it is likely that a cai mpaign fea-
the life of the university," and to ;uring Raymond Robbins 0l also be
keep it "free from all objectionable ;ti ed.
features." We heartily agree with 'The meeting Sunday afternoon will
these aims, and still more with the e - en over to inforn'a' discussion
promise that in another year such lefite plans will b? adopted at a
changes might be proposed as seem ater session. All mei who wish to
wise.-laidthe Busra> movemeiit areurged
To our way of thinking last year's' to attend the meeting.
instructions were a little too presump-
tuous to meet with much approval. Great Prosperity in Steel Trade
The provision that the names of all New York, Jan. 7.--Prosperity in the
chaperones be sent to the Hop com- steel and iron trade led the United
mittee, and the suggestion that long States Steel Corporation to decide to-
aftermaths in the fraternity houses day to increase the wages of its com-
immediately following the Hop may nmon laborers about 10%, effective
be done away with, smack more of February 1. The proposed increase
rules governing a house of correction will affect about 240,000 men, and will
than an approved social function of swell the annual pay roll about $15,-
college students. 000,000.
At all events last year's party proved
safe and sane, and it seems as though Install Officers
this alone would be sufficient in justi- Officers for the ensuing year were
fying the recently appointed faculty installed Thursday evening, of Ann
committee in acting on broader pre- Arbor Encampment No. 7, I O. O. F.,
sumptions. and an invitation accepted to confer
the Patriarchal degree for For Har-
.,~ * * * * * , * , , * mony Encampment No. 11, in Detroit,
Doctor Cumming-s' .S est * Saturday evening, Februarq Ii.
Baskets of Flowers
Open Sundays, 9 to 12
The Beauty of My Business is
A co mplete Litte of
Drig Stiffdrias, _+Koks
From 75c to $15.00
213 EAST LIBEREIY STREET
r Liberty and MainI
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213 Soxith MaIn St. A n. Arbor. Mich.
We have on display a full line of
Foreign Cloths for Even-
ing Wear. Silk vests
Do you drive
an automobile in the
Full Silk Lined
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SCHLEEDE 340 S. State
for P'reveniting the Spreatd. of
1. Avoid associating with
those who have it.
* Women's Organizations
Washtenaw Gas Co.
* 2. Hold a handkerchief be- * House representatives are asked to
* fore the mouth when coughing. * attend Mrs. Fox's lecture at 9:00 this
* 3. Keep regular hours. morning in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
* 4. Eat good food. * Junior Play lyrics must be hand-
* 5. Avoid congested places, * ed in before the last Friday of this
* such as moving picture houses * month.
* and billiard halls. * Mrs. Emma Fox, official parliament-
* 6. Avoid fatigue. Get plenty * arian of the state federation of
* of sleep. * women's clubs will speak to Ann Ar-
* 7. Get plenty of fresh air. * bor women at 9:00 this morning in
* Ventilate your room night and * Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
* day. * Town women as well as students
* * * * * * * * * * * * are invited to hear her and the organ-
ized houses are urged to send rep-
resentatives. Mrs. Fox will give some
Hugo Pant, '92, Is Memorial Speaker. practical points on parliamentary
Judge Hugo Pam, '92, of the Chicago usage.
Appelate court, will lecture on "The
Jewish Congress" at the open meeting
of the Menorah society in Newberry
Hall Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
Judge Pam spoke before the organ-
ization last May on "The Schoolhouse
as an Agency for Social Service."
His address was well received and
he was engaged to speak this winter.
In additon to the lecture Sunday
will present nominations for the offi-
cers of next semester. The election ®
will be held on January 23, the last
meeting of this term.
YPSI HAS DISCUSSION HOUR NOTED SOCIALIST TO LECTURE
Coimparison of Rules With 5. A. V. Secure Eugene V. Debs to Speak Here
Slio's Normal Students Under Auspices of iter-Col-
Have Freedom4 t SL * t
Ypsilanti, Mich., Jan. 7.--At a meet-
ing of the Self Government associa-
tion of the Normal college Wednes-
day morning, an hour was given over
to the discussion of the rules of that
institution by the members of the
student body, the faculty absenting
themselves from the room during the
time the discussion was carried on.
The rules of the college were com-
pared to those that govern the women
students of M. A. C. and it was de-
cided -that much more freedom be al-
lowed the normal students.
The 10:00 o'clock rule about women
being in their rooms caused much dis-
cussion, because, as some of the wom-
en put it, out of town escorts were
not able to be on hand for the first
performance of the movies, and as
the second shows lasted until 10:15,
the girls had to leave before. the filn
had run its course, if they were to
keep within the law. The rules voted
upon were practically the same as
governed the college last year.
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Union Secures Services of New Chef
The Union has secured the serv-
ices of a new chef, Anton Nazzucchel-
li by name. He was secured by Den-
nis Donovan, steward, from the Ho-
tel Review, New York City, which
hotel has the reputation of turning out
very fine cooks. Donovan had an-
other man in view for the position
but failed to get him and so the pres-
ent chef was obtained to fill the
Dr. Cone to Lecture to Mich. Dames
Dr. Lee Holt Crane, associate pro-
fessor of organic chemistry, will give
a lecture on. "Household Chemistry"
before the Michigan Dames association
jt 7:45 o'clock Monday evening, Jan-
uary 10, in Newberry Hall. All stu-
dents' wives arecordially invited to
eg', a~e Clety.
Eugene V. Debs, probably the best
known socialist in this country, has
been secured by the inter-Collegiate
Socialist Society of the University of
Michigan, to give a talk in Newberry
Ha1 on Monday evening, January 17,
at 7:30 o'clock.
The society will hold a special meet-
ing on next Thursday evening in or-
der to take up the matter of arrange-
ments for the coming of Debs. There
will also be a special program for the
If the plans of the Socialist Soci-
ety materialize, there will be a great
many prominent socialist'speakers
brought here in the near future. Mr.
Debs is the second of the series, John
Spargo, who spoke recently before
a Sunday "Y" meeting being the first
La - Stiideits l'ws Bar Exinnations
Jlarry S. Adler, '16L, J. L. Donnelly,
'ICL, C . Dowell, ' OL, 0. B. Haff,
'15, and 0. V. Seed, '15L, have all
been notifled that they passed the
Missouri State bar examinations
which they took in Jefferson City, Mo.,
December 20 to 22. They were the
only five students in the Michigan
Law School to take the Missouri ex-
Prominent Publisher Dies of Apoplexy
New York, Jon. 7.-Charles Welborhe
Knapp, former publisher of the St.
Louis Republic, died of apoplexy this
afternoon while at work at his desk
in the office of the New York Times,
of which he became treasurer on Mon-
day. He was 69 years old and when
he resigned as publisher of the St.
Louis Republic to come to the Times,
lhe had been connected with the Mis-
souri paper for 48 years.
e too soon to mak~e arrange-
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