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T4E AMICRIGAN DAILY

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have their clothes made-to-measure.
it is not a fallacy to say that clothes
reveal their origin even to the casual
observer. And there's an air of dis-
tinction to our clothes that can come
only from years of experience in tai-
loring garments. We have satisfied
your friends, why not you?
(. 11. IVIL) COMPANY
Lead ing M1cechant Tailors ,State St.

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~Iii ICHGA DALYUnitarianl Church,

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Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published eve. y morning except
Monday during the university year.

10.:30--Natural Religion versus Re-
vealed Religion, address b~y Rev. R.

Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as S. Loring.
second-class matter.
- 11:4 --Environment and Social Pro-
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Su b- g ress, address before the Social Ser-
ieriJptions : by carrier or mail, $2.50,.lWant
ad. statiors: Quarry's, Students' Supply vice Class by Prof. Pollock.
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State
Phiones: Business, 960; Lditorial, 2414. 7:30--l. eattle and the Northwest. il-

WOULD YOU BE HAPY
HANDV DESK CALENDAR
You may also need a
""Naionar. or Excelsior Diary

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of

DIAR.I

SEEHAN'S

Francis F. McKinney..... Managing Editor
John S. Leonard.......... Business Manager
E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor
'rorn C. Reid ..........elegraph IEditor
Verne Burnett.............. eiegra 1eegah EdIto'r
E.. 11. Wright ............ .....Sports E'ditor1
J. C. 11.1Pa:rkei .......... \ssigonent Etlitni-
Conrad N. Church1...............City I:.ior
Edwin A. IHyxman.........City I d;.~!)r
Lee joslyn .............. ..City Edizor
Irwtin .1ohnson........Chr. Efficiency Board
(caro nll ). Cooke.........St atstical ] ,itor
l'lward E. Mack........\dA~vertisiig Alanager '
I11. l\irk \Vhite.........Publication Al aaer'
V. K. Aithseleri ( irculation Manager3
( . V. Sellers............... .Accountant
C. T'. Fishleigh . .Assistant .Business Manager!
Night F-ditors)
Leonard W. Nieter William F. 'Newton
Reporters
!I. A\. Fitz' eral .1. I,. Stadekcv
Wal R. 'I twit Golda Ginsberg<
M\artha Grvay Nat Thompson
RV 1. Ad a,." ' . . 1McI )tuniiu
E. A. Baunmgartli L. S. Thompson
Bruce SGaaney e E'1. 1Ziegle:
R. J. D13mn <VF Paley
C S. Iluntley A, Yioenfle~d,
Business Staffs
Alb~ert I;. -I [nne . roscoc i<aut
P. C. Mlusgrnave F.AIM. Sutter
K. S. MceColl XMaxwell Cuo tiiig
C. 1?. Campbell 1). \V. shand
SUNDAY, JANUARY 9, 1916.
Night Editor......Leonard W. Nieter
TiJI- HURON SCORES AGAIN.
Harold Korn's body, nrailed up in a
box, is on its way to the home of his
parents, in Colorado. Floyd Young!

lustrated talk before the Young Peo-
ple's Society by Mr. Howard D. Moses.
SUNDAY SERVICES -IN
ANN A9RBOR CHURCHES
Uniitarian Chlurch
"Natural versus Revealed Religion"
will be the morning sermon topic of
3Rev. RI. S. Loring, Professor J. B. Pol-
lock will speak before the social serv-
ice class on "Environment and Social
Progress" at 11:45 o'clock. Howard D.
Mvoses, '13, will give an illustrated lee-
ture on "Seattle' and the Northwest"
at 7:.10 o'clock.
First(1ong'regatPioiiad
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas will deliver
the first sermon-lecture in the Series
on "Shipwrecks" at 10:30 o'clock. His
sub~ject will be "Thie Titanic.''
First Presbyterian
At the 10:30 o'c'lock service this
morning, Rev. Leoniard A. Barrett will
speak on "Multiplication by Division.,"
which is the first topic in a series of
three sermons on "The Mathematics
of the Kingdonm."
!First ('Itureli of ('brist, Scientist
The subject for the morning serv-
ice at 10:30 a. in. will be "Sacrament."
Sunday school will bie held at 11:45
o'clock.

Office Supplies in general.

Main
St. AR"8

HEAR ALL THE

Late'st N'ew York
Operatic and Popular
eHITS___
at the

State
St.

The greatest stock its the County

STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

D)ETROIT UNITED ;LINES
3etween Detroit, :Ann Arbor and Jackson.
ars run on Eastern tithe, one hour fasterI
n1 local timie.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-8:1o a.
and hourly to ; :1io p. 11n., 9: oto7. in.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-S :48 a. m. anld,
ry two l:)urs to 6 :48 P. In. ; to I,ansing l
8 p. m
ocal Cars, Eastbound--5:35 a. m., 6:40 a. In.,
5 a. mn., and every two hours to 7t05 p. nM.,
5 P. In., 9:05 p. 1-n., 1o6:45 P. n3. TO Ypsi-
ti only, 8:418 a. m. (daily except Sunday),
o a. in., r2:05 p. mn., 6:05 p. sin., 11 :15 P.
, :15 a. mn., t ;3o a. in.
Local Cars, Westbound-6":12 a. m.,, 7 :.0 a.
and every two hours to 7:50 p. ni., 10 :20
n., 12:2o a. i.
The Ann ArOr Savings Bank
Organized 1869
Capital.. ....$ 300,000.00
Surplus......$ 150,000.00
Resources over ... $3,000,000.00
Banking in' all branches
Main Offie, N. WCorner Main
and Milton Sts. t
Branch Office, 707 ;North U~niv-
ersity Avenue.
COME IN AN TRY OUR
Chinese Cowutd1ntlon Lunch
:30 A. M 25e, 5:34 P. M.

TRY
CHAPMA'S JEWELRY STORE
For Atirm Clocks and Michigan Pins
1 13 SO. MAIN STREET
Our "Tailor-lade" Clothes Cost No More
JTanthe Averae ReadMad
1CAN S LE, The Tailor
18E. Washington St. Second Floor
CHOP off a few
minutes and eat some of
GEOR.GE'S
'WAX KING LOO0
314 S. State St. Phone 1244-M
FIRST NATL. BANK. OF ANN ARBOR, MIH.
Capital $100,000 Sttrplus and Profit $$6,5,ooo
]DIRECTORS:
WIRT CORNWELL WALDO M. AaaI30T
Gj -o. W. PATTERSON HARRY M. HAWLEY
S. W. CLARKSON HARRISON SOULIT
FRED ScUTID 1). 1B. SUYTTON
I:. 1) KaNNax
. ~ FOR
TO 3BISCHOFF'S HC IS
220 Chapiu St. 1Phone Sog-M
The Farmers& Mechanics Back

Cor. Maynard and

'William 'Streets

GO o TO
TVU WTTLE'SI

For the BEST is

St. A udrewl ' pisecopal

is recovering from~ an experience; Rev. Henry Tatlock will deliver the
that he will never he able to forget.' regular morning sermon at 10:30 a. m.
The friends of both have paused long in the church, while Sunday school
and men's classes will be held in
enough to think that the time for put-# Harris hall at 9:15 o'clock.
ting an end to the circumstances

Quarry's
D r ug
Company
Prescription
Store

SODAS
CANDIES
LU NCHEIS

I On State
PARTICULAR, LAUNDRY

which make su((h accidents possible

First 31etbodist Episcopal

has come. Morning services will be observed
Wiitha each new local calamity, . at 10:30 a. m. with Rev. A. W. Stalker
which is flaunted over the nation by' officiating. Charles R. Brown, dean
the ewsapes, undras f rades Iof the Yale Divinityr school, will speak
associate a feeling of aversion with a :0ocokcn"TeTu esr
the name of Michigan. Immediate lafaLf. ecmshr ne h
action for checking such calamities is auspices of Wesleyan Guild.
imperative, not only to insure Or eh iI,-
est influence of then university throughz- Chur ch of Christ, Disciples
out the country. but also to help' to Rev. George W. Knepper will have
guard the lives of reckless student:; for his morning subject "The Birth-
from the results of their own f&)l_ right of Sovereignty." The service will
hardiessbe held at 10:30 o'c'lock and in the
After one of the recent disasters the evening at 6:15 o'clock. At this time,
perilous chute over Barton dam was moving pictures of Venlice will be
seaedandsigs earng irs ai ishown in connection with the "Trip
information were nailed up. But thisArudteWl"sri.

For
Particular
People

CITPY LAUNDRY'
THOS. R OW E, Prop.
Detroit Street Phone 457-M

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lichigan Inn
Chop Suey

20%

SALE

South Main Street
I Corner Karon

State Street Office
330 S. State St.

E,, Liberty St.

Opp, the Arcadia I A G00D STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED

Dancing umpos

is not enough. The Boat club "has
long been clamoring for its place in
the sun. -The Student Council is en-
tering upon a temporary era of inac-
tivity. Honor societies have, for years,
been justifying their existence by the
stale idea of good intentions. Here
is an opporunity for all.
Now is the time for the installation
of longshore telephones, with con-

First Baptist
N. C. Fetter, associate pastor, Will
conduct the morning worship and ob-
servance of the ordinance of the
Lord's prayer at 10:30 o'clock. The
subject of his addresss will be "In
Remembrance of Me." The 6:30 p. m.
Guild service will be featured with an
faddress on Japan by Sotokiche Katsui-
'~i 1'7

Patent and Dull Dancing
Pumps and Oxfords

for Men

p

Patent, IDull, Bronze Kid,
and Colored Satins for Ladies

venient stations for sending out calls 'umx"' c.
for help stationed at intervals along _
both sides of the river. Safety first
appliances could be stored at each one Woe, raia~n
of these telephone stations, containing W ll' ~ n t 5
ropes, planks, grappling n hooks and _____
lifen prseves.Uiversity women desiring inter-
TheHurn gvesthegenralap-views with vocational conferencec
pearance of being a beautiful and workers are requested to notify Elsie
useful river. Immediate and effective Pal '7
action can make both of these ap- Pu,'7
parent attributes realities. Junior Girl's play will be held on

WAHR'S SHOE STORES

MAIN STREET

ETAFIE STREET

DISCOUNT ON ALL WOOLENS
FOR THlE NEXT THIRTY iDAYS
HENR (& CO P NY, TOILOILS
North VrAlversity Alve. Drectly Northx of Law ] ixfidiani
II? \ r {r ltPleasurea
H e V " ; O U w i l l t a k e a c e r t a i n p l e a s u r e i n s h o p p i ngfo t h r e s n h a y u c n d v t e o r e l
tire attention to choosing to snit your taste and
t ! The quality of each article you know is- right.
The price you low as e sg is n consistent togtt with the
conxsiderations snakes it a pleasure to shop.here
HALLER JE mWVEL R Y
STATE STRtEET JEWELEkRS

TYPEWRITING
MIIMEOG~RAPHJINGI
MULTIGAt,A PiING
Hamilton Business College
State and WilliamsI

))'( 'EVE INEW Ski' 4WOFFOSSILS
to 111 ~I5Group

- ___ _-- Monday, February 14, the first clay
:fte second semester, fronm 3:00 to
DEATH RESULT OE INFLUENZA 6:oo o'clock in Barbour gymnaslim.
r 011Omega Ph2i Will Meet Wednesday,
tv.s... ,,_.._ m. ,.. ir__... -ri,.in_,._ January 12, at 4:00 o'clock with Nel-

Girim
If IiS

ITISH NAVY LOSES U-BOAT,
bmarine Runs Aground and Sprinjgs
Leak, Siking off 1)utcb Coast

prof. R. C. Case of the geology (le-
pairtmneIt is busily engaged in ar-
rane),iug and cataloging a. most valu-
able set of fossil Broyozoans which
has just been received fronm the United
States National Mluseumn at Washing-
ton.

Reaper i'akes INurse itabel Buishl
First Victim of Dreaded Nail-
aidy Sweeping State

______This set W.as originally gathered
-I-e r by ()r. Roininger, former
Britsh ubmr:'e of te c~i~lof bi ~ - gologisl., and' presented to the
lar wa oficall autittaedU'd v.~f vam-ity by himn.
T.v ftc ,f ? . wasE sa abcin lc llArh' possess-ion of the collec-
-rtrliaat >w~ naout 1(0 !new specimens have
T?, I,-. a bled to tCe museum. In the
+.s~~- tt 1re a large number of microscop-
~H~5 a Amteram TiX tOo 0 ~ , id'es which Dr. Bassler of the
t4)mrtcliie ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 11. was ti"t lof(ttrtt\P~a useuml states are among the
:i~e and.31 srangl ,3 ak. havng ; jThat be has even seen. Accord-
ltkth wrong ci t tNughn 14i' Prof. Caslte addition of these
deu l~nam isnotgi~eit bu. i is5lnii l~fS Will give the I.nivers'.ity
said~he'-~~ttwasSUZI( 0~ ~iV S~t~ll inl Iihigan a (cllctionl surpassed by
of Txel.110~)( i~~'llrivenrt- collectionl in the
r0i' States.

Miss Mabel Bush, an assistant suri-
cal nurse in the university hospital,
died Thursday evening at that insti-
tution after an illness of less than a
week.
She is the first of 40 employes of
the hospital who have been suffering
with influenza, to succumb fronm the
ravages of the disease. She devel-
oped a case of the grippe a few days
ago, and complications set in which

lie Rosewarne, 1212 Hill street.
Tags to be worn during the Voca-
tional Conference may be obtained by
r'evresentatives of the houses from
1:00 to 4:30 o'clock in the library
Mlonday or from Jeanette Armstrong
17.
There will be an important mect-
ing of the Junior women who are
writing lyrics for the play, WVednes-
day, January 12, Barbour gymnasium.
Brin; all work already completed and
Prof.J. [t. TPrumm will give sugges-
tions. New topics will also be as-

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brought on pleuro-pneumonia. l (d
Her home was in Caro, Mich., where Sorority or league houses who wish
she was educated in the public schools'to entertain the vocational conference
and graduated from the high school. steakers must make arrangements
She was a member of the 1915 grad- wvith NW. 1). Henderson, phone 7l1,
uating class of nurses of the Univer-'
sity of Michigan training school. The luncheon which will conclude'
The remains were shipped to Caro] the three day's session of the Women's
yesterday nmorning; and will be taken Vocational Conference will be givenI
to Unionville Sunday, where inter- in Blarboutr Gymnasium at 12:00
ment will be made in the cemetery at! o'clock Stturday, January '15. An
that place. excellant menu has been arranged, by
,he committee in charge. The speak-3
Fishier Party :Friday evenintg, janl. r are Jesse Davis, Ira Jayne,,Dr. C.
14th, at lMichig'an Union. For tickets Cs. Glover, and Dr. Schlotterbeck.
call 235 or 2370. Judith Ginsberg, '15, chairman of last

year's conference, will act as toast-
mistress.
Tickets for the- luncheon cani be ob-
tained for frty cents from \Vahr's
Baoo Store, Dean Jordan's o'ffice, r
from the following: Linda E'berblchl,
Olga Shrrink-ham, Gladlys Whec}lni,t
Alice Btes Josephine Randall and
Della Liauben gayer.
The first twelve women who voluni-
teer to wait at luncheon will begie
their luncheon free.
inug , yna , .;sireet. Phon~e \N(;.I. (*)

Rehiiest 11ishc for t!%o wYs r
we ar e a , 1 tats, ihat. our - ever
increaszig uxn-sprvs T or -l-.
tire satisfayi~ ht dia e
are pleasedwiiorstie tr
,Tlaxicab &'rns co. 25
is non0e too- oi lnik arI k'e
maents for r~ evceIo h -
Hop. Stark'; 5.t f

!.' ne s i". j ll JJ"il1 . i f .i \ _..

E:XCLU4SIVE:
W -igi leli's haberdashery oil sale by
, 1'.A IOJI& Co., MIin street.
('iiLyndon for good pictures.

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