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THE _MICHIGAN DAILY

THlE BEST DRESSED MEN

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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
l observer. And there's an air of dis-
tinction to our clothes that can come
only from 'years of experience in tai-
loring garm~ents. We have satisfied
Your friends, why not you?

G. H .WILT) COMPANY
Leading Merchant T.auiors State St.

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY
()ficial newspaper at the Univeniity of
MVichigan]. Published 'eve: y morning except
Mondlay duritig the univcrsity year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices : Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptions : by carrier or mail, $2.50. Want
ad. stations: Quarry's, Students' Supply
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State
Phones: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
Francis F. McKinney...Managing Editor
John S. ],eolard.......... Business _Manager
E. ]lodgers Sylvester News Vditor
'fornC. Reid ............... elegrapa 1Editor
Verne Burnett .............Telegraph Editor
1:;. 1'. Wright.................. Sports Editor
J. C. B. Parker .........X ssignmcnt E ditor
Conrad, \. Church.......... ..... City Editor
EdAwin A. Hlyman .. .. ............ Ciy Editor
Lee .Joslyn ...... ..........City lEditor
Irwin l ohumson......,. Chr. Efficiency Board
(Cordont 1). Cooke... ,......Statistical lEditor
EdwardI,'. ick........\d vertisiaig 'Manager
1ir. Kirk 1Whitc".........I '.ldiration \l anager
Y. R.AlthelerCirculation Manager
C. V. Sellers.............Accountant
C. '. Fihleigl; .Assistant Ruainess Manager

Selected Editorial

GET OUT!

A

(The Michigan Daily, 1911)
This is addressed to the long,
skinny guy, the fat guy and any other
fellow who has been convinced for
years that hie has no ability as a track
nian at all; it's for the fellow who in
prep school ran fourth to a one armed
man in the hurdles, and who couldn't
lift {- 12-pound shot; to the gink who
was scared to death if he jumped four
feet in the air or covered more than
his own length in the broad jump.
Get out!
You may never win a letter here
in the university. You may never
eveni land on your class team, but
ther's a ! big charnceo that you can
make soeonetii else extend hiinself to

Office Supplies in general.

The greatest stock in the County

WOUL:D YOU BE HAPPY?
Then buy a
HANDY 'DESK CALENDAR
You may also need a
'"Natioanal" or Excelsior Diary

Comriplete Linie

Main
St.

-W--AHR'S.
VNIVERS TY Sb OK '7TORNZS

State
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DIARIES

Night Editor- grabe some hionor, and thereby makte
Leonard W, Nieter William Tr, Newtonl
F?;rl Pardeeo V tlilnI. Fort a1class-or perliaps-^Varsity team

SH'EE HAIV'S

STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

Reporters
XWald'o J. Hunnt
'. . .\itla
E. A. 11aurngarthl
Bruce Swaney
R. J. 131 uin
Business Staff
AlbertL 7. I orne
1 . C. Musgrave
W. S. 1MeColl
C. '. Campbell
George Nobi]

1. L. Stadeker OcGt ocut?
Golda Ginsbcrg'
NIt Thompson The athlete who wins points for his
t{ S 'lclmoal university isn't always the one who
lP. LZiege
SS. un11tley comes here backed by a great prep
-- chtool reputation. Maybe you've been
Rosco Ran or -ing along the wrong lines. Why,
[< . .sctter "TSeelpy" Dull thought he was a
Ma"well Cutting sprintor when he entered the univer-
1). TV. ShanidI
1 sity. He couldn't do the 100-yard
dash in less than a dozen seconds to
save his soul, bnt he developed into

bett we, so-

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DETROIT 1UNITED 'LINES
ween Detroit, Ann Arbor and jackson.
srun on Eiastern time, one hour faster
focal timne.

ited and Express Cars-8 :i o a.
to 7:10 p. in., 9:10 p. In,.
Limited Cars-8;:48 a. in. and
urs to 6:48 p. in.; to Lansing,

two
P. M.

-al Cars, Eastbound-5 :35 a. im., 6:40 a. m.,
a. nt., antid every two hour-s to ;7:05 p. mn.,
P. .,,9:015 P. in., 10:45 p. in. To Ypsi.
onl4y, 8:48 a. tn. (daily except Sunday),
a. m., 12:05 P. in., 6:05 p. mn., 11:15 ~:
.15 a. mf., 1 :30 a. m.
al Cars, Westbound-6:12 a. in., 7:50 a.
nid every two hours to 7 :50 p. i., ,10 :20
sa2o a. mn.
'he Ann Arbor Savings Bankf
Organized 1869
'pta .. ......$ 300,000.00
urplus.... .... .$ 160,000.00
,esoitrces over . .\,.$8,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
fain Offie, N. W. Corner Iftin
and IHuront Sts.
,ranch Office, 707 North Univ-
ersity Avenue.

We Have a
FULL LINE OF
Cot Flowers and Plants
For All Occasions
COUSINS &HALL.
1002 s.- UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 1 15

TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1916.
Night Editor ..........L.. S. Thionpson
LOOK OUT FOR THE NEW PLAGUE'
The' sudden. wave of sickness which
has overrun the nation in the last fort-
night is one of modernity's substitutes
for things like the Black Death in
medieval Europe. Theories explaining
the disease agree in general that the
sickness is neither grip nor influenza,
but something developing from the
bronchitis germ, which is apt to de-
velop into pneumonia so rapidly .that
imnmediate action is necessary. Phe
vast whirlpool of traffic and mails in-
cident to the recent holiday season.
has undoubtedly hastened the spree
of the little plague."
Authoritative doctors advise that
patients do nothing which tends to
lessen resistance. The less worrying,
overworking, undersleeping or over-
eating, the better. Reckless expector-
ating, or coughing or sneezing openly
into= a room full of people all aid in
needlessly spreading the plague. Al-
though the closing of schools and col-
leges might afford a certain amount,
of relaxation, this benefit would be
overbalanced when students congre-
gate in each other's rooms, offering
more opportunity than ever for the
spread of the malady. Doctors em-

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one of the best distance runners in
thLe country . You may not be able to
equt.al his record, but you may be
able to do something. There is only
one thing for you to do-
Get out!
We want some good interclass track
activities this winter. We need some-
thing to stir our spirit when it's cold
and sloppy, and everybody hangs
around home and wonder~s why in
blazes he didn't. stick in the Old Town
and sell shoes the rest of his life.
Help this along. You can do it. Don't
leave the work for the men who know
they are athletes. Try to be among
those present in skinny togs on the
gym floor yourself. To do it you
must--
Get out!
Women's Organizations
Deatn Jordan to Speak
Dean Myra [3 Jordan will speak at
the wveekly vesper services in New-
berry H-all toniorrovr it 5:00 o'clock.
Sell ickets for Confercuce.
Tickets for the Vocational Confer-
ence luncheon to be field this Sat-
urday may be procured for fifty cents
from Josephine Randall, '17, general
chairman, or from any of her commit-
tee, Alice Burtless, Olga Shinkman,
Linda Eberbach, Della Laubengayer
and Gladys .Whelan.
To. hold Junior Girl Play Tryouts
TPryouts for the Junior Girls' play
will be held on :Monday, February 14,
the first day of the new semester from
3:00 to 6:00 o'clock in Barbour gym-
nasium. Prof. John Brumm, director,
and Margaret Reynolds, general chair-
man, will be in charge.
Seior Society Neets.
The Senior Society is to meet Tues-
day night at 8:00, o'clock at Newberry
residence.

FLOWERS FOR
Corsage Bouquets
Baskets of Flowers
MRS. PLANDRS
Phone 294
Open Sundays. 9 to 12

ALL OCCASIONS
Floral Designs
From 75c to $15.00
Flower Shop
213 EAST LIBERTY STRELT
FLOWERS DELIVERED

A Comxplete LIne of
Drug Sund ries, Kodeks
Candies, Perfumles"

The Beauty of My Business. IsI
FLOWERS.I

Liberty and0 Main 1phone 2484O

J. S.AUER
310 W. Liberty

ALBERT MANN, Druggist
215 Swath Madn St. Ar im rbor, Mich..I

)artment Paper and Envelopes
All Departments
LOtSE LEAF PAPER "Any Size"
FOUNTAIN PENS SOLID AND REPAIRED
CRLEEDE 340 S. State
ur Choice of All
LLL SUITINGS
$3.0
D. E. GRENNAN
REAL CUSTOM " TAILOR
606 E. LIBERTY STREET

Do you drive
winter?

an automobilef in the

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phasize the old commonplace about
not getting the feet wet, but advise
plenty of fresh air by walking and by
proper ventilation at night.
Lots of moderate outdoor exercise,
lots of sleep and sensible eating, and
immnediate examination by the doctor,
are the salient points to be regarded
in a campaign of prevention.
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wilo
Company. State St. Tailors.
The Ann A~b 3r Press-Press build-
ing, 1Maynard 0 Ireef. Phone No. 1. (*)

You should.. It's convenient.
You can heat your garage safely and
economically with a SAFETY GAS
GARAGE HEATER.
Approved by insurance companies.

Washtenaw Gas Co.

r.ee
..

SAM, BURCHFIELD

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Correct Full Dress

Fine tailoring

Our Full Dress Suits tailored
by Hirsh --Wickwvire Co., Chi-

ca go,
Men.

are designed

for Young

They have the style that

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a young man demands.

This

KY" EMPLOYMENT BUREAU NOW
CATALOGING ALL JOB-HOLDERS
Hole By This Metho.d to lie volop a
System for Keeig In 'touch.
With .t Oiklde 'Men
Systematized methods in ban~ling
filled applic~tions at tho' "Y" employ-
Iment bureau have been adopted in an
effort to make th~ department more
ei cient.
The new plan which was started this
weei: by Philip C. Lovsjoy, '16, calls
tor further co-operation between em-
plcyers and the v sociatiou, The sec-
retary hopes to find out the public's
estimate of the students who have ob-.
tamned work through the bureau.
Hereafter, when each applicant is
awarded a position,. he will take toohis
employer a letter of introduction and
a return postal card which the em-
ployer is asked to till out and mail.
"Didt hs arrive on lime?" and Wast
his work satisfactory?" are the chief
questions that the employer is expect.-
ed to answer. HowYY may hours the
applicant worked, what he wvas Paid
and whether or not lhe was hired
permanently, are also asked.
In this way, the "Y"' bureau expects
to develop a group of reliable men for
work in Ann Arbor 'f th;_, present
plans carry, work will be given only
to those who, prove themselves de-
pendable.
Dance and Banquet Programs-At.
tractive Ones, at The Ann Arbor Press.

TYPEWRRITIN G
MIMEOGRAPHING
MUL'TIGRAPRING
Hamiton Business Collae
stat.e0 Williams

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RUTE OF BO)TANY DEPART-
vT INSTRUTCTOR IN SYRACUSE
rinouncement has just been made
Mr. C. D. La Rue, assistant in
botany department has been ap-
Aed instructor in botany in Syra-
University. Mr. La Rue gradu-
with the class of 1914, and has,
Sassistant here since that time.
iuee and Banquet Programs-At-
the Ones, at The Ann Arbor Press.

FFSHI AY)SOPHlAR("WII'VECTS
( OMBINE TO UV l)X1NCE
A dance will be held at the' Packard
academy next Saturday night by the
combined sophomore and freshman ar-.
chitects classes. Prof. anid Mrs. George
M. McConkey and Prof. and Mrs. Syd-
ney F. Kimball have been secured to
act as chaperones.
'tickets for the affair aire $1, and
can be obtained from m~embers of the
social committee of eithter class. Sev-
eral features have been proinised if
sufficient interest is shown.
Always see The .Annt Arbor Press
for your printing if you wiiant quality.
Press Bldg. 3iayard street, Phone
No. I.

style, at a very moderate price is
a combination that is well worth
considering.

Clothing Department

WAGNER & COMPANY
STATE STREET
ESTABLISHED 41848

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