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February 16, 1916 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1916-02-16

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ANNOUNCING OUR EXHIBIT
OF
Spring and Summwr Suitings
From American and Foreign Sources in Artistic
and Striking Designs

YOUR INSPECTION INVITED

G. H. WILD COMPANY

LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS

STATE ST.

Second Semester
jKXT EOOK
NEW and SECOND HAND
Drawing Instruments and Supplies
I. P. Loose Leaf Note Books
H E AN'S
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

MIcfiimAIL
Official newspaper at the University ofl
Michigan. Published evey 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, $2.5. 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. Leonard .......... Business Manager
E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor
Torn C. Reis..............Telegraph Editot
Verne Burnett..............elegraph Editor
T. P. Wright................Sports Editor
J. C. 11. Parker:.........Assignment Edito'
Conrad N. Church...............City Editor
Edwin A. Hyman ...............City Editor
Lee Joslyn..E.....City Editor
Irwin Johnson........ Chr. lEfficiency Board
Gor.:on D. Cooke..........Statistical Editor
Edward E. Mack.......Advertising Manager
H. Kirk White.........Publication Manager
Y. R. Altseler Circulation Manager
C. V. 'Sellers........Accountany
C. P. Fishleigh ..Assistant Business Manager
Night Editors
Leonard WV. Nieter William F. Newton
Earl P'ardee WVilliam II. Fort
Reporters
. A. Fitzgerald, . T. Stadeker
Waldo R. Hunt Golda Ginsberg
Martha Grayb Nat Thompson
W. R. Atlas 12. 'T. McDonald
1. A., Baunigarth L. S. Thompson
Bruce' Swaney E. L. Ziegler
R. J. Blur C S. H-untley
Business Staff
Albert I. Borne 1oscoc Rau
I. C. M~usgrave V. M. Sutter
K. S. MeColl Mlaxw ell Cutting
C. I. Campbell P. W. Shand
George Nobil

Michiganensian, they went ahead and
petitioned. FortunatelyLouis Bruch
had a better sense of the meaning of
cosmopolitanism than the faculty
man had and Alpha Phi Alpha was
given the space it asked for.
We wonder now what would happen
if the same fraternity were to peti-
tion for admittance to the Inter-Fra-
ternity Conference.
Several Experienced Reporters Are
Wanted at Once for the News Staff
of The Michigan Daly. Applieants
Should See the News Editor on Wed.
nicsdlay, from I:(W to 3:00 o'lok
'there Are Places, in Addition, for at
Least Five Men, Energetic and Anxi-
ons to Become Familiar with News-
paper Work, Which Is a Suitable
Equivalent for Experience.

FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS

Engineers', Supplies, Laboratory Outfits, Loose
Leaf Note Books, and Fountain Pens.
WAH R S
VNIVERSITY BOOK STORES

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New and Second-hand

BOOKS

Selected Editorial

Send her the Music she heard at
the

DETROIT UNMTEP LINES
tween Detroit, 1n Arbor and Jackson.
s run on EIastern time, one hour faster
lDual time.
troit Limited and Express Cars-: o a.
'd hourly to 7:10 P.1., 9:10 p. m.
Il-nazoo Limited Carr 8:.8 .,nand
twio hIrurs to 6:48 p. inm.; toLaning
p. m.
cal Cars, Eastboun- s5 a. m., 6:4o a. in.,
a. in., and ever tw o h our s to 7: 0 o p. In,
p>. nm. ,9o'3 p. 1"., 10 :,15 p. ri. 'lo Y si.
only 8:4 a.or. daiy exeptSunday ),
S:1 r a. oxr :3 ani.
cal Cars, Westound.-.:. . . a. $ n.,-:o0a.
and eveivryntwo hours to 7:50 p. ! o 0: ;o
., 12 :30 a. in.
fbe Ann Arbor Savings Bankf {
Org anized 18109
Capital ...........$w300,000.00
Surplus..........$ 150,000.00
Resources over .....$3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
,1ain Office, N. W. Ckrner Main
and turon Sts.
Branch Office, 707 North U~niv-
ersity Avenue.
COME IN AND TRY OUR
dhnese Combination Lunch
30 A.M 2 e 5':30P. M.
1 P. M. 2 c to 7 P. M.
Michigan Inn
Chop Sucy

T RY
CHAPMAN'S JEWELRY STORE
For Abirm Clocks and Michigan Pins
113 SO. MAIN STREET
Our "Tailor-Made" Clothes Cost No More
Than the Average "Ready-Made"
CANSLE, The Tailor
108 E. Washington St Second Floor

C)|[MOPoff a few
minutes and eat some of
G EOKRGK'. SVEY
WAI KING LOG
314 S. State St. Phone 1244-M
FIRST NATL BANK OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital $100,000 Surplus and Profit $$65,ooo
DI REC.TORS:
WIxr CORNWELL WALDO M. ABBoT-r
-Fo. W. PATTERSON HARRY M. HAWLEY
S. W. CLARKSON HARRISON SOU7LE
FVRE ScuaIDi D. B. SUTTON
F,. D KiNNE
FOR
CHOiCE CUT FLOWERS I
TO BISCHOFF'S GRoeN
2o Chapin st. Phone 8o9-M
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
South Main Street State Street Office
Corner Huron5330 S. State St.
A G000 STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1916.
Night Editor ........... J. L. Stadeker
Important Meeting of Entire News
Staff Will Be Held at 4:00 o'Clock
A EurCday A Mfternoo LT.
AP'PLIED COSMOPOLITANISM

STUDENT IDEAS AND HUMAN
NATURE
(Minnesota Daily)
Time spent at college is largely ap-
plied to the formation of ideals. In
the classroom and lecture hall, in
sports and in social intercourse stan-
dards are being continually set up
which in a short time become invari-
able rules of conduct. Ideal concep-
tion& are formed upon every subject
under the sun. Politics, religion, ev-
ery 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 practicability and for that reason
they are formed oftentimes without re-
gard or consideration for the basic
facts of life. The student conceives
institutions 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 itsy
realization. Unrestrained by the cold
test of living facts, he permits' himself
to create high ideals apart from the
chances for realization.
The creation oa high ideals is a fine
thing in itself, but the adjusting them
to the actualities of human nature
is another. Human nature is.a diffi-
cult commodity to handle and stub-
bornly refuses to be changed or to
accept change in anything. Many a
lifetime has been expended with only
the beginnings of the achievement of
some distant ambition. Society will
refuse to be instantly converted. The
problem for the academicans to con-
sider is how to always retain the
most noble and elevated ideals, but
to modify them to such an extent for
working purposes that their very na-
ture will not defeat their ends. When
the student begins to realize that, de-
sirable as it might appear to instant-
ly attain ideals, they must be consid-
ered in the light of their approximate
realization, he is on the high road to
success.

As a reminder of the happy event.

A complete stock at the

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There was a story current on the
campus a year or so ago cqncerning
a woman student from the Pacific
coast who was invited to a dance by
a Mongolian student, and who ac-
cepted the invitation for the reason
that Michigan was a university of all
races, and that her students there
were no race barriers. We have al-
ways respected a person who does a
thing of this kind, yet we have never
quite been able to bring ourselves
to accept the story without some
reservations. But whether this story
is true or not, the same spirit is
abroad on the campus.
Alpha Phi Alpha, a negro fra-
ternity, was recently accorded re-
cognition by the university. In spite
of the fact that they were told by a
prominent faculty man that they
(would never be granted space in the

For
Particular
People

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THOS. ROWE, Prop.
Detroit Street Phone 457-

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TAILORS TO MEN

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Opp. the Arcadia

We study our customers and
fIt their personality as well
:.. as their figures .

All Winter Footwear

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.. . .

The Cordovan

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We have just received a beauti-
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W AIR'S SHOE STORES

MAIN STREET

STATE STREET

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TI'Y tP E W R I 'T'I 11G
MIMEOiiRAP!> ING
MULTIGRAPHING
Hamilton Business College
State and W1lliams
ATTENTION! UNIVERSITY MEN
The R. H. Taylor Real Estate Co., of
Detroit will have a special representa-
tive at the Whitney Hotel, Tuesday
and Wednesday, this week to confer
with young men who are interested
in becoming active real estate sales-
men. Why not enter a field where
your opportunities are only limited by
your ambJitionl?
Let us tell you what others have
done and you can accoiplish.
Call between 10 and 12 A. M. or
1 and 4 P. M. Phone for evening ap-
pointm.ent. feb5-16
"Your money's worth" and "Cour-
tesy" are specialties at Wahr's Uni-
versity Bookstore. feb.15to20
OVERCOATS
and rain coats from the house of KIup-
penhelmer, on sale by N. F. Allen Co.,
Main St.
Patronize Michigan Daily Advertiz-
**

LACK OF )DYES MAY CHIAN GE
COLORS OF ARMY UNIFORMS
Washington, Feb. 15.--A strong ap-
peal was addressed to both parties in
the house today by Representative Hill
of Connecticut to join hands in pass-
ing a resolution which will relieve the
United States from the frightful fam-
ine which is experienced as a result
of the lack of dye stuffs.
Textile industries are crippled and
Congress has been notified that it
may be necessary to shange the
colors of the uniforms of the sol-
diers and sailors, and the whole coun-
ry is likelytotbe affected one way or
the% oth er by the color famine. This'
condition he held to be due to the Ger-
man monopoly, which the United
States has heretofore ignored.
Planes Drop Bombs on Milan; 6 Dead
London. Feb. 15.-A Reuter dis-
patch from Milan says that six persons
were killed and several injured by
bombs dropped from aeroplanes which
appeared over the city this morning.
The dispatch says several aeroplanes
,took part in the raid. Anti-aircraft
guns opened a heavy fusillade and the
aeroplanes disappeared after dropping
the bombs. The material damage was
slight. The casualties were all among
civilians.

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--
Women's Organizations
Wyvern will meet at Pi Beta Pi
house tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
Rev. G. W. Knepper, pastor of the
Church of Christ, will speak at the
first jubilee service on "Gripping God"
at Newberry hall Wednesday at 5
o'clock. Music will be in charge of
the Symphonic Glee club, Florence
Paddock, '17, soloist.
Tryouts for the Junior Girls' play
will be held today in Barbour gym-
nasium from 1 :00 to 2:30 o'clock.
Women desiring to -borrow money
from any of the loan funds are re-
quested to make applications to Dean
Jordan at once.
AVIATION CORPS ATTRACTS 50
MEMBERS OF YALE BATTALION
New Haven, Conn., Feb. 15.-More
than fifty Yale students have enlisted
for the aviation corps which will form
a division of the service of the Yale
battalion. The preliminary organiza-
tion was effected tonight. 'rho men
will be given instruction in the state
armory at Hartford on the dirigible
war airship.
Ten of the enlisted men in the avia-
tion corps will be selected and fur-
nished with machines for reconnoiter-
ii g work at the Yale battalion camp
at Tobyhanna, Pa., next July.
Whether you want to take a train
or make a cal, we will get you there
on time. Our service is just as
prompt in bad weather as on pleasant
days. Stark Taxicab Co., phone 2255.
The Michigan Daily for the rest of
year-~$1.50

ATTENDS MEETING IN CHICAGO
Prof. Cox Present at Conference on
Concrete Road Building
Prof. J. J. Cox, of the civil engineer-
ing department, is attending the Na-
tional Conference on Concrete Road
Building, taking place at the Au-
ditoriumn -Hotel, Chicago, from Febru-
ary 15 to 18.
This will be the most important na-
tional gathering on the subject ever
arranged, and in addition to Professor
Cox, who is a member of the advisory
committee of the conference, it will
call together many other road building
authorities.
While in Chicago, Professor Cox will
also attend the Chicago Cement Show,
which opened on a mammoth scale in
the Coliseum and First Regiment Ar-
mory last Saturday.
DEAN A. H. LLOYD TO SPEAK AT
HOBART GUILD DINNER DANCE
Dean Alfred H. Lloyd, of the Grad-
uate School, has been secured as one
of the speakers -at the sixth annual
dinner to be given by the Hobart
Guild Tuesday evning, February 22,
in Harris, hall, to all Episcopal stu-
dents and faculty men of the univer-
sity,
This year's affair will be in the form
of a dinner dance, the dinner beginning
at 6:00 o'clock, and the diners going
upstairs at 8:00 o'clock for the dance.
Washington's birthday favors will be
distributed to the diners.
Tickets for the combined affair may
be secured by calling any afternoon
this week,at Harris hall or telephon-
ing the curator, I. C. Johnson,, '16, at
788M. The tickets cost 75 cents.

This shoe is ideal for early spring
wear with the light weight and
wearing qualities of real horse-
hide. It is made up in brown and
black and sells for seven.dollars

"We Clothe Young Men Complete "

WAGNER & COMPANY
State Street
Estabiighed 1848

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