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0o THE3 MICHIGAN DAILY.

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! OI S UriOP.,1l
OVERO~jI~

THE LURE OF GOOD CLOThES
attracts both man and woman alike.
That's why our window display of
fine fabrics for suits or overcoats
commands the attention of all. Don't
be satisfied with just looking. Come
in and order a suit or overcoat and
enjoy wearing perfectly tailored gar-
ments of perfectly milled fabrics.

G. H. WILD G.,
Leading Merehant Tailors

State St.I

THE MIChIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published eve:y morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-offce at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building, Sub-
scriptions: by carrier or mail, $2.5o. Want
ad.. stations: Quarry's, Students' supply
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State
Phones: Business, g6o; Editorial, 2414.
Francis F. McKinney..Managing. Editorf
John S. Leonard..........Busincss Manager
E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor
Tom C. Reid..............Telegraph Editor
Verne Burnett.............elegraph l'ditor
E. P. Wright.................Sports l~ditor
J. C. B. Parker..........Assignment Editor
Conrad N. Church...............City Editor
Edwin A. Hyman................City Editor
rLee Joslyn.................... City Editor
Irwin Johnson ........Chr. .Eiliciency Boar
Gordon D. Cooke..........Statistical Editor
Edward E. Mack........Advertising Manager
IH. KirkWhite.........Publication Manager
Y. R. Aithseler....... .Circulationi Manager
C. V. Sellers............Accountant.
C. T. Fishleigh ..Assistant Business Manager
Night Editors
Leonard W. Nieter William F. NewtonI
Earl Pardee William1 1I. Fort

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Selected Editorial
jSTUDENT I3IfALS AND HV_)A _
NATURE
'rlie Minnesota Daily
Time spent at college is largely1
applied to the formation of ideals. In
the classroom and lecture hall, in
sports and in social intercourse
standards are being continually set
up which in a short time become in-
variable rules of conduct. Ideal con-
ceptions are formed upon every sub-
ject under the sun. Politics, religion,
every form of human undertaking is
conceived in some utopian form. Apart
from the world in some respects these
ideals are not put to the test of prac-
ticability and for that reason they are
formed oftentimes without regard or
consideration for the basic facts of
life. The student conceives institu-
tions as they should be or rather as
he would wish them to be-he dreams
of an ultimate perfection in all things
and is impatient for its realization.
Unrestrained by the cold test of liv-
ing facts, he permits himself to cre-
ate high ideals apart from the chances
for realization.

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H. A. Fitzgerald t 1. L. Stadeker
Waldo R. hunt Golda Ginsberg
Martha Gray Nat Thompson
Al. I2. Atlas 1'V. cI:onrald
E. A. Baumgarth 1,. S. Thompson,
Bruce Swatey T;. 11. Ziegler'.
R. J. Blum C S. Huntley
Business Staff
Albert E. Homet Roscoc Ranu
:. C. Musgrave '. M. Stter
K. S. McColl G a Maxwell Cutti g
C. E. Campbell 0. N. "Shai'd
George N obisl

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tween Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
rs run on Eastern time, one hour faster
local tilne.
troit Limited and Express Cars--8:ro a.
nd hourly to 7 :1 P. in., :10o p. in.
tlamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. m. and-
two h->urs to 6:48 p. in.; to Lansing,
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cal Cars, Eastbound-5:35 a. in., 6:40 a. m.,
a. in., and every two hours to 7:05 p. in.,
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cal Cars, Westbound-6: x a. m., 7:50 a.
nd every two hours to 7:50 p. u., 10:20
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Phone 115

SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1916.
Night Editor......William F. Newton

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Organized 1869
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MICHIGAN'S DIG MEN
Freshmen and incipient sophomores
are often caught with their noses in
the Michiganensian gazing at that
section wherein the membership
rolls of the various campus societies
are set out. Ambition begins to
grow within them to write a small
biography after their own names some
day. Sometime during their junior
year, if they have associated with the
right men and been careful not to do
anything which might hurt anybody's
feelings, they receive a mysterious
letter, and within another week find
themselves full fledged within the
fold. Finally, within the approach-
ing shadow of Commencement, these
same men are apt to think their lit-
tle paragraph of titles unmeaningful
and futile. It is then that some of
them consider the point system.
The point system is a scheme
whereby all extra curriculum activi-
ties are listed and graded according
to the amount of time and energy
which they demand. In this way tab
can be kept on the men engaging in
these affairs with a view toward
keeping their activities within rea-
sonable bounds. Complaints are fre-
quently heard from the leaders of
campus .opinion that they are seri-
ously hampered from doing their best
in some specific line, by reason of the
many calls made upon their energies
by numerous organizations to which
they may belong. Of course it is
their own fault if they choose to tie
their hands in this way, yet it will
be done so long as human nature is
tickled by a singling out from among
the crowd. Altogethergtoo many men
having taken their fling at everything
which came along, turn to their
studies at examination time only to
find that they were too late.
Again the women have pointed the
way. Their point system is working,
and they say the new order is better
than the old.
PRESC OTT CLUB MEETING

The creation of high ideals is a fine
thing in itself, but the ad.justing them
to the actualities of human nature is
another. Human nature is a difficult
commodity to handle and stubbornly
refuses to be changed or to accept
change in anything. Reforms or the
attainment of any ideal will not come
over night. Many a lifetime has been
expended with only the beginnings of
the achievemenut of some distant am-
bition. Society will refuse to be ini-
stantly converted. The problem for
the academicians to consider is how
to always retain the most noble and
elevated of ideals but to modify them
to such an extent for working purposes
that their very nature will not de-
feat their ends. When the student be-
gins to realize that, desirable as it
might appear to instantly attain
ideals, they must be considered in the
light of their approximate realization,
he is on the high road to success.
Women's Organizations
Girls' Glee Club meets, Rentschler's
studio, 9:00 o'clock a. in., for Michi-
ganensian picture. Menmbers are re-
quested to wear light dresses.
Dr. Bertha Van Hoosen and Mrs.
Frances Burns speak at last session
of the Vocational Conference. 10:00
o'clock this morning.
Seniors are requested to pay the
50 cent social tax to Isabel Hicks,
'16, at once.
Vocational Conference luncheon,
12:00 o'clock, Barbour Gymnasium.
Requisition blanks for the Women's
League have arrived, and the league
wishes to state that in the future they
willnot be financially responsible for
purchases made without these requi-
sitions, which may be obtained from
thertreasurer, Jeanette Armstrong, in
Barbour Gymnasium from 1:00 to

W HY not make yo person-
ality a mixtur e oCO!m-
mon sense and pesn e ns
You supply the common s
and V E LV ET'll brng the
"pleasant feeln'ss"
The Beauty of My Business is

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Baskets of Flowers
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Phone 294
Open Sundays, 9 to 12

ALL OCCASIONS
Floral Designs
From 75c to $15.00
Flower Shop
213 EAST LIBERtY STM EtT
FLOWERS DELIVERfD

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Candies, Peru zwe;

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WOMEN ATHLETES TO HOLD
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Fine Tailoring

Net Wednesday to Hear Papers Read
and to Elect Officers
The Prescott club of the college of'
pharmacy held its first meeting since
its reorganization last Wednesday eve-
ning in the Chemistry building. The
following papers were read: "Syn-
thetic Camphor and Rubber," by R.
E. Schoetzon, 'I6P; "Foreign Patented
Drugs," "What Women in Pharmacy
Are Doing," by Mary E. Dunlap, '18P;
and "Detroit as a Drug and Chemical
Center," by Earl W. Cummings, '17P.
The following officers have been
elected for the school year; C. Costa,
'16P, president; J. Millner, '17P, vice-
president; R. G. Brown, '16P, secre-
tary; H. N. Oellrich, '16P, treasurer.
The next meeting will be held early in
February.

The Women's Athletic Department
will hold their sixth annual banquet
on February 19, at 6:00 o'clock in
Barbour Gymnasium. This will be1
followed at 8:00 o'clock by a cotillon,
to which all university women will
be admitted free. Complimentary
tickets, however, must be secured at
Dean Jordan's office, between Wed-
nesday, February 9 and the following
Monday. Tickets to the banquet will
be on sale at 35 cents in Dean Jor-
dan's office.

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PLAN TO AVOID ACCIDENTS'
Triangles Donate Life Preserver; Oth-
er Societies to Take Action
Conscious of the latent danger which
the Huron river holds for unwary stu-
dents, various campus societies are
planning measures to safeguard them
against the possibility of further acci-
dent. The first move came from the'
Triangles, which moved to donate a
life preserver to be placed in one of
the most dangerous spots.
Among the societies which will dis-
cuss the manner in which they can
best attain their goal at meetings to
be held either next week or early in
the following week are the following:
Sphinx, Vulcans, Alchemists, Druids,
Griffins and Archons. Michigamua
may also deliberate upon the danger.
CAPTAIN AND 3 PRIVATES
OF -. S. ARMY DROWNED
Calveston, Tex., Jan. 14.-Capt. Ed-
ward P. Nones, medical corps, United
States army, attached to the coast ar-
tillery post at Fort Crockett, and three
privates of the coast artillery corps
were drowned in the Galveston chan-
nel today when the boat J. B. 16 was
run down and sunk by the tank steam-
er Charles E. Harwood, outward bound°
for Tampico. C'apt Nones' home was
in Louisvillle, Ky.
Good Printing. The Ann Arbor Press
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DR.PETERSON TALKS TO WOMEI
Dean Schlotterbeck, Prof. Glover, Mrs
Davis and Mr. Jayne Also to Speak
Dr. Reuben Peterson, of the medica
school, will speak on "Nursing as
Vocation for Women" at the Vocationa
Conference luncheon Saturday noor
This will conclude the conference.
Other speakers at the luncheon wil
be Ira Jayne, commissioner of recrea
tion in Detroit, who will talk o:
"Playground Work;" Mrs. Jesse I1
Davis, who speaks on "Vocationa
Training;" Prof. James Glover of th
mathematics department, who wil
speak on the training offered in th
university for actuarial work; Di
Otto Schlotterbeck, cdean of the col
lege of. pharmacy, will speak a:
"Training for Pharmaceutical Chem
istry."
'Tickets for the luncheon may b
procured from the committee of whic
Josephine Randall, '17, is chairmar
Mrs. sates Called to home in Bray Cit
- Mrs. Eric Layton Gates, social di
rector of Newberry residence, has rc
turned to her home in Bay City o:
account of the illness of her mother
Miss Alice Wood, assistant instructo
in physical education, will take Mr,
Gates' place during her absence.

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