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5 F3 ~MICHIGAN rDAIY

's the Place and Now's the Time to Order it

YOUR MRESS SUIT
FOR THlE WOMR.

J -HOP

G. H. WILD COMPANY,
a CLOTHES- OF THE BETTER GRADE"
STATE STREET TAILORS

THlE MI HIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the Univertity o4
Michigan, Published eve: y morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
'Second-class nmatter. I
Ofiices : Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptions: by carrier or mail, $2.50. Want1
ad.. stations: Quarry's, Students' Supplyp
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State
Pbhones : Business, 96o; Editorial, 2414.
JohnS. Leonrd.......Buines Maage
Francis F. McKinney ...Managing t ditor
E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor
Toni C. Reid ............... elegraph Editor
Verne Burnett.............Telegraph Editor
E. P. Wright....... .... .. .Sports Editor

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Selected Editorial

IS COLLEGE WORTH WHILE?
(McGill Daily)
"Is college worth while?" This is
aquestion which many persons, usual-
ly those unable to appreciate the ben-
efits of a university education through
ignorance of things as they exist at
such institutions, are fond of asking.
Does college pay, or does it not pay?
According to a college "professors"
who writes in School and Society, it
does not. It is singular that the writ-

WOULD YOU BE HAPPY?
Then buy"a
HBANDY DESK CALENDAR,
You may also need _a
!eNat ionarg or Excelsior Diary

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I Office supplies in general.,

Tihe greatest stock in thle County

Conpete i ne

j C. 1. Parker.......... Assignment
Conrad N. Church...............City1
IEdwin A. Ilyman.............City
Lee Joslyn.............. .City
Irwin Johnson........ Chr. rjficiency
Gordon D. Cooke.......... Statistical

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Editor or does note attach his name to the
Editor
Fditor article, which, summarized, is as f'ol-
Editor 1lIOW S:

Main
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Uidward X Mack........\dUvertising Manager
II. Kirk White.......... Publication Manager
Y' )t. Althseler.._ Circulation Manager
C. V. Sellers.......... ..ceouiitani
C. TI. Fishleigh . .Assistant Business Manager
LenadXX. Night Editors
Lenrd1.Nieter William F. Newton
Earl :Pardee William 11. For't
Reporters
H.. A. Fitzgerald F. 1L. Stadeker
Waldo P. Hiunt Golda Ginsberg
M4artha Cray Nat Thompson
XW. 1i. atlas t2. 'T. M Donaid
E. A. lBaungarth 1,. S. Thompson
Bruce Swaney E. L. Ziegler
R. 3. Blum C S. :Huntley
Business Staff

"Colleges have ceased to train
young men for the appreciation of
life. Boys of college age are ideal-
ists and hero worshippers. College
teachers have ceased to be the ideals
of the students. Modern college en-
vironmnents tend to give the student a
false perspective and distorted ideas
of relationship. One of the greatest
1weaknesses of the modern college is
the tendency to develop habits of in-
dolence. Students gain false ideas of
leadership. When a young man spends,
four years in an atmosphere charac-

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Hear the Hits From

STU DENTS'1

DETROIT UNITED LIENES
etween Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
rs run on Eastern time, one hour faster
local time.
,etroit Limtited And Express Cars-8.: o a.
ad hourly to 7:10 P.n., 9:1o p. in.
:alainazoo Limited Cas-8 :48 a. mn. arid
y two hours to 6:48 p. in.; to Lansing,
3p. Ini
cal Cars, Eastbound--5 :3 a. in., 6:40 a. mn.,
ia. in., and every two hours to 7:05 P. ni.,
SP. m.,n 9:05 P. i., 10:45 P.11in. To Ypsi-
ionly, 8:48 a. in. (daily except Sunday),
a. in., i a:o5 P. in ,6 :o3 p.,im., z i :iS p.
1:15 a. nm., 1:3o a. in.
ocal Cars, Westbound-G6iza a.n., 7:50 a.
and every two hours to 7:50 p. i., 10:20'
n., iz:2o a. mn.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Organized 1869
Capkal.... ..$ 300,000.00
Surplus.... . $ 150,000.00
Resources over ...'. $3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
Main Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Huron Sts.
Branch Office, 707 North Uly'r
ersity Avenue.
COME~ IN AND TRY OUR

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BOOKSTOR~E
TRY .
CHAP .A 'S JEWELRY STORES
For A&rm Cloaks and Michigan Pins
113 SO: MAIN STREET
Our "Tailor-Made" Clothes Cost No More
Than ;the Average "Ready-Made"
C ANSILE The Tailor
1108 E. Washington St Second Floor
CHOP off a few
minutes and eu~ some of
WAN KING 1600
314 S. State St. Phone 1244-M;#
FIRST NATL BANK OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capltal $ioo,ooo Surplus and Profit $$65,ooo
DlIRECTORS: k
WIRT CORNwELL WALDO M. ABBOT'T
GEO. W. PATTERSON HARRY M. HAWLErY
S. W. CLARKCSON HARRISON SOULE
EIRED SCHMID D. B. SUTTON
H. I1) KINNIE

NewYork's LatestOperas
"bSybil" 'World of Pleasure" "Katinka"
"stop, Look, Listen""
and others at the
U~1niversity Mifusic Ibouse
Cor. Maynar4 and William Streets

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Albert E. Horne Ro'Coe Rau terized by open hostility or at least by
E. C. Musgrave l;. A. Sutter I eVident lack of cooperation between
K. S. McColl Maxwiell Cutting'
C. Et. Cam1pbell 1). NV. Shand himself and those in authority, it is
George 1Volrh demoralizing. Modern college life of-
- ~ fers unusual opportunities for immo-
rality. A student under modern con-
rlitions inev~itably comes to gain a
false philosophy of life and work,
3Rarely has such a category of the
WENEDA, AUAY 9,1 6 evils and ills attendant upon a col-
lege career been catalogued as that
Night Editor ........ A. Baumgarth of the "professor" quoted above. Few
there are who will deny that these are

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THE NEXT STEP

FOR
ICHO0ICE CVT' ]LOWERS
To BISCiHOF F'US 'A
220 Chapin St, Phone 809,.M

Combinaetion Lunch

Within the past week campus opin-
ion has crystallized rapidly in favor
of safeguarding as far as possible the
Huron river. The most agonizing
thought for the parents of Harold
Korn was to know that he remained
alive in the water for thirty-five min-
'htes, and yet circumstances were such
that he could not be saved. That was
the real horror of the situation, and
the installation of safeguards is a di-
rect step toward the prevention of
such things in the future.
Already organizations .have taken
positive action. The Council has ap-
pointed a committee to work with the
city, authorities. and the Pastern Michi-
gan. Edison company in an effort to
devise ways and means for meeting
the problem. The Triangles have al-
ready put themselves down for a life
preserver. Seven other societies were
to take the question up this week.
WVith the initial inertia overcome,
all that is necessary is some organi-
zation to, take the leadership and see
that the ;momentum doesn't die down.
There is an old society-on the campus
wvhich has been revived from several
years, of lethargy and begun to do
things. It pushed the Goodfellow
novemnt to a successful conclusion.
We would like to see themr try their
ht nds. at this.
RANTS MORE FOUNTAINS

indeed evils and that in all colleges
they exist. "We are, however, will-
ing to believe," says the Boston Dailyl
Herald, "that the advantages outnum-1
ber the evils of college life and. that it
is still worth while." And so is The
Daily, in spite of all this college "pro-
fessor" may say.

Quarry's
D r ug
Company

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PARTICULAR' LAUNDRY

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SODAS
CANDIES
LUJNCHE~S

. 25c

5:30: P. MV
to 7 P. NM.

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l iehigan Inn
Chop Suey
Lib~rty St. Opp. the Arcadia

The Farmers& Mechanics, Bank
South Main Street State Street Office"
Corner Huron 330 S. State'St.
A GOOD STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING HEED

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Patent and Dull Dancing
Pumps a-nd Oxfords
for Men
Patent, Dull, Bronze Kid,
for Ladies

SUGGL*ESTS
3O1IE
{ LACED

THlAT IifH. JIAII(S HAVE
j)JINKNG FOUNTA4IN'S
ABOUT CAMPUS.

and Colored Satins

WAIIR
MAIN STREE

5,SHOE STORES
P.T STATE STREET j
.°- PARISHIIONERIS OF ST. ANDREW'S
mmercial TO HIOLD RECEPTION TOM1ORROW
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Editor of The Michigan Daily:
There are but three buildings on the
campus that are adequately supplied
with drinking fountains; they are the
enginetring building, the law building
and the new science building. Doc-
tors agree that plenty of good water
is an important health necessity. Whv
doesn't Mr. Marks provide us with
the means of preserving and regaining
our health?
The down-town thirst parlors have
seen this need and have fortified them-i

T e achers eof Coj
Crs. aw - a e'rr

Subjects prepar*t at
Hamiton busiuess Colege
II State andwiltiams St#.

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The second of a series of informal
receptions for all Episcopal students
in the university to meet the' parish-

Now
is none too soon to make arrange-
ments for our Taxi service for thne J-
Hop. Stark. 2255. tf
CLOTHING~
from the House of Kuppenheimer on
sale by 'N. F. Allen & Co., M1ain
street. wad-oed
You will get quality and moderate
priees on your printing jobs at The
Ann Arbor Press. (*)

ioners of St. Andrew's church will be selves against it. But they. are a~
held in Harris hall tomorrow after- mile away, beside numerous other dis-
noon from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock. All advantages to the thirsty student, who,
meni and women on the campus, to- may, by the way, be a co-ed; and to
gether with the university faculty who such the doors are barred. This is
are interested in the church, are very not a business getter for some plumb-
cordially invited to be present at-the er, but merely a suggestion for the
reception, benefit and convenience of those who
On account of the hour, all who do not have that camel-like hidiffer-
attend are requested to come direct i ence to water.
from classes and in their regular Mr. Marks, please give us water!
school clothes, F. H. SWEET, '18E.
Good Printing. The Anni Arbor Press. The Anii:Arbor Pres.'-Phone No. 1.

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