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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Here's the Place and Now's the Time to Order it
YOUR.DRESS SUIT
FOR THE . HOP
G. H. WILD COMPANY
"CLOTHES OF THE BETTER GRADE"
STATE STREET TAILORS

SLVE SOOK3

A1LL6 SIZES AND KINDS

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Be prepared and write a good
Exam. with a
SHEEHAN'S SPECIAL
We carry all makes of Pens
SHEEHAN'
STUDENTS' BOOKSTOR~E

ICI'ANDAI6
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university 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, car. Packard and State
Phones: Business, 960; Editorial, 24r4.
rrancis F. McKinney......Managing Editor
John S. Leonard..........Business Manager
E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor
Torn C. ReidT............Telegraph Editor
Verne Burnett.............telegrap~h 1Editor'
E. 11. Wright................Sports Editor
J. C. B. Parker.........Assignment Editor
Conrad N. Church...............City Editor
Edwin A. Hyman. .......City Editor
t,ee Joslyn ............ .....ity Editor
Irwin Johnson........ Chr. Efficiency Board
Gordon 1). Cooke... ......Statistical1 Editor
Edward E. Mack........Advertising Manager
1I, Kirk White.......... Publication Manager
Y. R. Althseler. Circulation Manager
C. V. Sellers ......... ....Accountant
C. T. Fishleigh . .Assistant Business Manager
Night Editors
Leonard W. Nieter William F: Newton
Earl P'ardee William H. Fort
Reporters
I. A. Fitzgerald 1. L. Stadeker
Waldo R. Aunt Golda Ginsberg
Martha Gray Nat Thompson
WV. R. Atlas R. 'r. McDonald
E. A. Baumgarth L. S. Thompson
Bruce Swaney E. L. Ziegler
R. J. Blum C S. Huntley
Business Staff
Albert E. Horne Roscoe Rau
E. C.'Musgrave F. M. Sutter
K. S. McColl Maxwell Cutting
C. E. Campbell I). XV. Shiand
George Nobil
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22. 1916.
Night Editor...... Leonard W. Nieter

T1he editor of an eastern college
paper wrote to the editor of the Chi-
cago Daily Maroon for the latter's
opinion on hazing, and in the course
of his letter expressed the typical
eastern college idea of freshman de-
pendancy, which the Maroon pub-
lished. The eastern man tells of
Princeton, where a two weeks' hazing
period was abolished, and now finds
"the freshman class gradually en-
croaching upon those customs of
long standing in a manner which bids
fair to undermine the whole relation
between upper and lowerclassmen."
Don't laugh yet-just wait. "The
benefit of hazing to develop a deeper,
more dependent-upon-each-other spir-
it within the freshman class is un-
doubted. The insidious and hardly
preventable attempts of freshmen to
mix generally and ' associate with
sophomores and juniors will work just
opposite from a deep class spirit."
The eastern editor has any number
of historical examples to back up his
statements. Persecution or lazing, as
you will, any race hounded by a tyr-
ant has always been characterized by
its deep class spirit and consciousness
of kind.
But that is not the attitude of the
college of today. Here in the west
the freshman is made welcome. What-
ever hazing there is, is usually done
by a few spirits who haven't gotten
the real college idea yet. There are
freshman customs, traditions, which
are of great value to the first-year
class, but there is nothing of that
petty persecution which is so condu-
cive to "deep class spirit."
Out in the wild and wooly west
those "insidious" attempts of fresh-
men to mix with upperclassmen are
welcomed. That makes the university.

Office Supplies in general.

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WAHRES
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State
St.

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(Ohio State Lantern)

Selected Editorial.

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WOULD YOU BE HAPPY?
Then buy a
HANDY DESK CALENDAR
You may also need a
"'National"" or Excelsior Diary

The greatest stock in the County

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Eastern time, one hour faster
an local time.,
Detroit Limited and Express Cars---8:1o a.
1an& hourly to 7:10 P. im., 9:10 p. In.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. tn. and
'ery two ho~urs to 6:48 p. in.; to Lansing,
48 p. m.
Local Cars, Eastbound---5:35 a. m., 6:40 a. m.,
:o5 a. in., and every two hours to 7:05 p. in.,
05 p. M., 9:05 p. M., o :45 p. in. To Ypsi-
inti only, 8 :48 a. m. (daily except Sunday),
:zo a. i., iz:os p. ;n, 6:os p. m., IT:15 p.
I. 1: 15 a. mn., : 3o a. in.
Local Cars, Westbound-6:12 a. M., 7:50 a.
., and every two hours to 7:50 p. !1., 10:20
M., iz:2o a. m.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Organized 1869
Capital...........$ 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 Univ-
ersity Avenue.
TATE AND GERMAN AMERICAN
SAVINGS BANK,
Main & WashinGton Sts.,
lesources, $2,500,000.00

We Have a
FULL LINE OF
Cut Flowers and Plants
For All Occasions
COUSINS & HALL
1002S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 115

UNDAY clothes don't
mgke geiitlemar, an'
' akor" do'"t imaki
yjucdi y tobaCCO. Those are
Ob, fo Nature. VELVET
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TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITING AND
SHORTHAND
MIMEOGRAPHING
"Eberything for the Typelhriter"
O. D. MORRILL
(ov'r Baltiin're V'ncl)
_; 322 S. State St.

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Coal Coke Lumber
Planing Mill Specialties
Interior Finishing,
JNO. J. SAUER
Phone 2484 310 W. Liberty

)epartnient Paper and Envelopes
All Departments
LOOSE LEAF PAPER "Any Size"
FOUNTAIN PENS SOLD AND REPAIRED
F. SCHLEEDE 340 S. State
Your Choice of All
FALL SUITINGS

IN RE PRO BONO PUBLICO
Thursday night we attended a con-
cert in Hill Auditorium. A famous
artist held the stage, and the big
building was crowded to its capacity.
Good construction has made it pos-
sible for the auditorium to be prop-
erly ventilated under conditions simi-
lar to these, yet Thursday night the
heat and foul air became so oppres-
sive that many patrons (after having
paid a good price for their seats) were
forced to leave before the first number
was completed.
We had intended commenting on
this fact, but Pro Bono Publico fore-'
stalled us with a communication which
may be found in another column of
this issue. Pro Bono, in places, is
rather forceful in his remarks, and
he sat on the first floor at that.
ZOOLOGICALCLUB MEETS
PROF. A. F. SIULL WILL REVIEW
PAPER ON SCIENTIFIC PROB-
LE 4
Editor of The Daily:
Please give publicity to the follow-,
ing notice:
"The Zoological Journal Club will
meet on Friday, January 21, at 11:00
o'clock, in room 231, Science building.
Professor Shull will review a paper
by Bateson on, "The Genetics of
Rogues in Peas." Professor Reighard
will review several recent works on
ecology and evolution. Every one in-
terested, including students in the
classes rin botany and zoology, is in-
vited to attend."
Thanking you in advance, I am,
Sincerely,
A FRANKLIN SHULL.
LIST OF FOUND ARTICLES

HOBBS AND THE GARGOYL
SAYS THAT PARTISAN ATTERS
ARE iEX(LU!)El) FROfi 111
(LASS ROO f.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Ypur representative has handed me
a copy of the "Military Training Is-
sue" of the Gargoyle and asked me
whether I wished to comment upon
it. I find it hard to take offense at
the numerous shafts aimed at me in
it, though both in temper and in hu-
mor they appear to leave something
to be desired. My students know, if
others may not, that matters of par-
tisan interest relating to the great
war are scrupulously excluded from
my class-rooms, and the almost too
obvious attempts to make it appear
otherwise betrays the general source
of such a base insinuation, which, be-,
ing unsigned and irresponsible, is so
much the less easily nailed.I
WM. H. HOBBS.

MRS. FLANDERS
Phone 294

Flower Shop
213 EAST LIBERTY STREET

A Ca nplete Lfne of
Drug iSundries, Kodhkds
Candies, Perfumes
ALBERT MANN, Druggist
215 So "th. MmIiSt. Arn Arbor. MIh.

Let Flowers be your Valentine
The Valentine That is Sure to be Appreciated .
FLOWERS-Messages of sweet fragrance, that carry
with them all the beauty and splendor of nature, No
greeting could be more delicate in expression nor con-
vey more real sentiment.

Do you drive an automobile in the
winter?

You should.

It's convenient.

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

$30.00

D. E. GR EN NA N
REAL CUSTOM TAILOR
606 E. LIBERTY STREET

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Women's Organizations
Women who are interested in
founding a hockey team are asked
to speak to Sarah Stanley '16, or Phyl-
is Povah, '16, at Weinberg's Rink this
morning at 10:30 o'clock.
Senior women are asked to pay fifty
cents social tax to Isabel Hicks, '16,
at once.,
All who are taking required work
in Physical Education must take a
posture examination in order to re-
ceive credit in the course. Sign up
at once in Barbour gymnasium.
Ten cents rents a good Eastman ko-
dak, any size you want. Lyndon's 719
N. University.

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that result in the physical discomfort
COMPLAINT IS REGISTE[REDof 5000 paying patrons? No doubt
there are enthusiasts who can, under
the -spell of music, forget such trifles
CONCERT GOER OBJECTS TO TOO as are herein referred to. For those
MUCH HEAT AT CHORAL UNION we have nought but envy. But how
CONCERTS about the rest of us?

Wash tenawy Gas Co.

SAM BURCHFIELD

& CO.

Fine Tailoring

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Secretary Shirley W. Smith yester-
day gave out the following list of ar-
ticles that have been found on or about
the campus, and which may be ob-
tained by the rightful owners upon
application and identification of same
at the secretary's office in University
hall, where all "Found Articles" are
kept:
Three toques, one mackinaw, one
overcoat, one lady's apron, one lady's

TYPEWRITERS
FOR SALE OR RENT
Typewriting Supplies
Hamilton Business College
State and Willams Sis.

Our Service
is always Gentlemanly,
md Prompt. Stark 2255.

Courteous
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Italansthatthe"Bob Sqad"hasfur neck-piece, four men's caps, two
I:aliansathatngheorBomb Squad"hhas men's hats, six umbrellas, one lady's
l:een shadowing for the past three muff, several pairs of men's gloves, sev-
months, were arrested early this eve- eral pocket-books, -several glasses'
ning. For more than an hour Cap- cases, several pairs of rubbers, neck-
tain Cummey and Seargeant Bearnitz picees (ladies'), men's mufflers, one
with several detectives of the squad camera, one har soap, one man's danc-
watched one of the plotters as he ing shoe, one pair lady's pumps, sev-
walked furtively about the municipal eral pairs mittens, and 17 books.
building carrying a canvas suit case - . __ ---
in which was hidden a powerful bomb. TW ' [ FI ,ST EAR EN hAVE
He was loitering in the Arcade and A'TE QTI'I'lS 3IFIdA OF EIt
nooks othe building, apparently seek-
ing a safe spot where he might place Wilbunr A. Eidri e, '19. an Albe -
i" later on. They waited in the hope to S. iohA '1gM, are uonfsne o
that he would leave the explosive and the university hospital suffcring with
reveal the spot planned, and they only ae'ue otitis metdia a disease ot the
arrested him when he postponed his middle ear. Ke ;On W. Kantz '19,
mission and started toward the New is coni6ned to the -ontagious ward.'
York end of the Brooklyn bridge.
Th Ann Arbor [S -Phoie o
( ood Printing. The Ann Arbor Press. (r)

Editor of The Michigan Daily:
Some people attend choral union
concerts because they enjoy the con-
certs, some attend, as lectures in col-
lege are often attended, because they
hope to learn something-be educated
in short, and some attend because that
is considered by our best families the
thing to do. However, the writer ven-
tures to state "without fear of. suc-
cessful contradiction" that no one at-
tends because he hopes thereby to
have all the benefits of a Turkish
bath.
The university musical society has
done a splendid service to Ann Arbor
in cultivating and elevating a taste
for better things in music. But it is
somewhat difficult to get into the
proper frame of mind for the uplift
stuff with waves of heat beating about
divers parts of one's anatomy, and
when all the inclination are toward a
silent but vigorous cussing of the
management.
Now perhaps the torridity of Thurs-
day night was not due entirely to the
artist's eccentricity, but partially at
least to physical infirmities. If that
be the case may it not be well for the
university musical society to consider
very seriously the advisability of se-
lecting talent who require conditions,

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Herbert E. Drake, '19, who has been
confined to the Homeopathic hospital
suffering with an axillary abscess and
septicaemia, is improving rapidly and
will be able to leave the hospital with-
in a few days.
Harold D. Kesselring, '18, who has
been in the Homeopathic hospital for
some time on account of acute appe-
dicitis, will leave the hospital soon.
Mark C. Ferrell, '16, was dismissed
Wednesday from the Homeopathic hos-
pital, where he had been confined on
account of quinsy.
Henry W. Dieters, '17E, is the Hom-
eopathic hospital, on account of fron-
tal- sinus infection.
Roy W. Fonda, '1D, Francis Zas-
trow, '16D, and Charles Y. Osburn,
'ISE, have been discharged from the
University hospital.
. Theodore H. Hubbell, '19, is in the
University hospital suffering with
acute otitis media, or acute middle'ear
disease.
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wij
Company. State St. Tailors.

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HOSPITAL N61ES

PRO BONO PUBICO.

ARREST TWO IN BOMB PLOT
Detectives Foil Italians Who Would
Blow Up Building
New York, Jan. 21.-A plot to blow
up the municipal building during the
night was frustrated this afternoon
when two men, members of a gang of

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