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THE

EMICHIGAN DAILY

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SUMMER WEAR

Our Suitings are the choicest selection of
the propducit of so ills who maintain a repil-
Ctlon for honesty of material.

WE INVITE A VIST

G. H. WILD CO MPANY

ADIN G MERCHANT TAILORS

STATE ST.

Second Semester
TEXTBOOKS
NEW and SECOND HAND
Drawing Instruments and Supplies
I. P. Loose Leaf Note Books
SHEH
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

;f1ici!l newspaper at the University o'f
Michgan.Published ece: y morning except
11 on: a), during- the univcrsity year.
,Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
.,eco(nd-cl'ass miatter.
Offices- Ann !Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scitons: byv carrier or mnail, $2.50. Want
ad saton: Quarry's, Suet'Supply
StrThe Delta, cor. Packard and State
P'hones : Bsiness, 96o ; Editorial, 2414.'
Fr-ancis F . McKinney ...Managing Editor
join S. tLeonar-d.........Business Manager
1'. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor
'Coin C. Reid...............telegraph Editot
Verne Bur-nett............. elegraph Editor
E'. V. Wright., .. .............Sports ditoi
J1. C. B. Parker.......... Assignment Editor
Conrad N. Church............... City Editor
Edwin A. 1ilyman....... ........City Editor
Lee .it ..............City Editor
'Irbil; tonsonu.,.,...Clhr. Eitlfcenc Board
(kor io:1 I. Cooke..........Statistical Editor
Fdwardl ack....... ..Xdvertising Manager
I. Kik \Vjte.......Pulication 'Manager
Y K . MAl hier ('_ irculation Manager
.. V, ............ccountant
C. T. Fish leigh ..Agsistant: Business Manager
Leonard NV. Nieter Wtilliaml F. Newton
Earl l'ard ee 'Xilliatti-FI. Fart
Reporters
TT. A. Yitzgcerald j. T ,. Stadeke:
Waldo Rt. 811111 Golda Ginsberg
MNartha Gtray 'Nat Thompson
W, P. Atlas R, . 'M \cDonald
F. A. Baunigarth L. S. Thompson
Bruice Swaney E. L. Ziegler
R. 3. Blum C S. Hluntley
Business Staff
Alct JU. Horne Roscoe Rau
:. C. Musgrave F. IN. Sutter
K:. S. A"ccoll L. WV. Kennedy
(C. F. Cap ell
rfI4UR1-SlDX, FEBRUARY 24, 1916.
Nighit Edito". . William Fenton Newton
~i eii wishinit) t ry out for the busi-
aft ss Itiffof The PIr), reor(~)it to the
l1$Wss dllllIIltgQJ' lti'eu : '1111d 4

I)ETROIT UNITED LINES
B~enDetro . ,Ann Arbor and Jackson.
C ars rton on Ea:,.tr n timne, one hour faster
hal Igeal ,tim.
I3t~'oit Limited and Express Gars--8:30 a.
n. and ?hourly to 7:1O p. in., 9:10 P. In.
FKaIamazoo L.imited C rs-8 :48 a. m. and
very two 'tr to o:48 p. in.; to Lansing,.
Local Cars, Ezstbuornd-- :35a. im., 6:40 a. in.,
:C): a. in,, and e-"ery Iw vo hours to 7:053p.v*
:X5 P. iM., 9:oj p.. n., 10:45 P. M. To YPsi-r
anti Ofl~,. 8:48 a. i. (daily except Sunday),
~oa, in.; r2:(-5 p. in , 6:oi p. im., ix :t p.
Locaf Cars, Westbound-6:xz2 a. I'n,, 7 :50 a.
^tan t very two hoturs to 7+50 p. u., 10:20
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Organized 18698
$ 300,000.00
Caph~l v^ nn an l

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

Selected Editorial
IN.iDOOR SPORT[
(Collier's)
Behold our hero lying stretched out
on the soft upholstery of a couch atI
his club. No attitude of more corn-
plete relaxation could be found; if
there were one he would find it. (-10
a table at his side stands his whisky
and soda, and at just the right dis-
tance to give the most grateful warmth
crackles a wood fire. Outside the keen
air has the frosty tang of midwinter,
and the north wind sweeps along
cleansing heaven and earth. Inside
the clubhouse the air is warm and
heavy with tobacco. Our hero yawns
and moves one silken ankle the frac-
tion of an inch. He lights a cigarette
and drops the glowing match on the
carpet because it is too much world
to reach over to the ash tray. Still
hie does reach almost as far, to pick
up his whiskey and soda. He turns
a page of the book he is reading. It
is entitled "The Art of Skating,"
ASK AID IN SEAR CH FOR WATCH
LtOS'l. N RAILROAD ACCIDENT
Tamres Lunney, brother-in-law of
Elbert S. Bryant, '19 lit, who was
Billed by a Michigan Central engine
Tuesday afternoon, has asked aid in
his search for a gold watch and chain
which it is thought Bryant wore when
he met death. Nothing has been seen
of the jewelry since the accident and
Mr. Lunney is anxious to obtain in-
formation which might lead to their
discovery.
Prof. Daivid Fridlay Delivers Lectures
Prof. David Friday of the economics
department will deliver two extension
lectures this week.
Tonight he will talk before the Ber-
rien County Horticultural society at
Benton. Harbor. The subject of his
address has not been announced. Sat-
urday morning he will speak at a
meeting of the Farmers' club of Howell
on "The Single Tax."
Nrrnuie Special Car for Ylpsi Alumni
Special car for Y psi aluni who at-
tend the Ypsi Banquet, Saturday, Feb.
26, will leave Huron street station at
7:00 P. 11. ; State street station at
7:10 P. M.
Medic Graduate Anniouncees Marriage
Dr. Frederick J. Burt, '13 Medic,
was married to Miss Leona Steele of
Holly, Mich., on February 10, X916.
Dr. and Mrs. Burt will be at home in
Goodrich,' Mich., after March 1.

New and Secondhand

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VNIVERSITY11BOOK.STORES1

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FOR ALL DPR ~

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TYPEWRITERS

THE BEAUTY iOFVMY BUSINESS IS--,
Visit nmy store and 0 c wr U ng iiI, es-jfoi
+Orcheds, Tulips, Narcissus, \ oilet', " eet 'PeaS, Ioe. Carna-
tions and billies of the Valhey.
Full Lic, o~i Hunts

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our,,it ; . * iavjvvvuvV
I esources pover .,...$3,000,000.00
Blanking in all branches
'fain OfficeAN. IW. Corner M~ain
° and -Huron Sts.
Branch Office, 707 North VJniv-
esity Avenue.
STATIE AND GERMAN AMERICAN
SAVINGS BANK
Haig & Washingiton Sts.
Resourcess $2,5009000-001

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TYPEWRITING AND
SHORTHAPI 0
MIMEQRAPHINC
"Li'erythi,,g for the T3ypelvriterr'
0. D. MORRILL
(ov'r Latii're LUnch)
,.322 S. State St. A

I0Ot(lolC.

Coal Coke Lumber
Planing Mill Specialties
Interior Finishing

IJNO0.
Phone 24$4

J. S.AUER
310 W. Liberty

All Department Paper
35c per Pounds Now 25c
F. S CHLEEDE 340 S. State

NOW READY
Amn unusual showing of new Foreign and Domestic
Woolens for Spring. Market conditions
mak. e an early selection desirable.
as all good patterns will
be bard to d4 plicate
D. E. GRENNAN
REAL CUSTOM TAILOR
606 E. LIBERTY STREET

I l ANNISM VS. AMtERICANISM
"I would rather live under the pat-
ernal socialism of the hated Kaiser
thaniiunder our own corrupt, inefficient
tov,,rnn t." So writes F. A. Klann,
a JK.iior in the Literary College. This
is a remarkable opportunity, which
-; ili probably he seized upon by some
pub1licity-monger, as a basis for say-
i' tht higher education breeds per-
tiotm is, but we are inclined to
dtoubt that t here are more thanr five
otlhers of the samlle ilk within the uni-
vers, i ..
Stich statements are obnoxious to
any mia n having the slightest interest
in the( welfare of the united States,
and espocially college student% who
are being taught the principles of
Americanismi as applied to the idea of
service.
We can conceive how a man wronged
by a gove'rnment, and seeking revenge,
mnight preach such doctrines. But a
student educated practically at the
expense of the state is under entirely
different obligations. Perhaps, too,
this mnight answer Klann's question as
to what "great goodl he has received
from America."
There are souse good openings for
sopiom:ores on the editorial staff of
M le .11 itig'anen sian. Any eligible
solo loniore wishinmg t0 work on the
M'icmigallensiani report either Thurs-
day, or Friday, betwaeen .2:00 aind 4 :00
o'clock a thela offices in thme Press

Women's organizations

Do you drive
winter?
You should.

an '3 ito mobile in the
It's! convenient.

MRS. FLANDERS
Phone 294

A Complete Lines of
215 Soistl. Mmir St. IA':. A ,b t °,M'ica..
ti~

There Will be an important rehears-
al of the entire cast of the Junior
Girls' play at 3:00 o'clock this after-
noon. All girls nmust be present.
Miss Bertha Tyrell, Dean of Women
and head of the department .of house-
hold economics, of the University of
Vermont, will be in Ann Arbor .Fri-
dlay and Saturday. She may be reach-
ed thirou,-h; MXrs. Jordan's office.
Congregational Girls' club will meet
at the home of Mrs. E. C. Boynton,
547 Elm St., this afternoon, from
3:00 to 5:30. Plans for the semnester
will be discussed.

Fibl er Sh1,p,
213 EAST UL IEOY STREET

You can heat
economic.ll
GARAGE'H

Voi r (garage sf n
vih SFTY GAS'
EA T,4R .

Approve. by i'svanceacompi.es

Wash t-,naI

Ga C.

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SAM BURCHFIELD

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NO0TI C E

Fine Tailoring

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SIIORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
BnOOKKEEPING
Seat Instruction and Equipment
Uau-viton BOusin ess College
Std'te and Williams Sts.
Whiether you ~a to take a train
ma~'ea calwe wvill get you there
time. 0 itr er ce is just as
:)mpt iiib 1vate as on pleasant
ys. Sal 1al Co.. phone 2255.
Violetsp ad up 7-a artistically ar-
rgod crage 'ouqu ets.: Mail orders
xtsprmtly tov any gaddress. Prices
;An $i1q00 to l C,-M p)r bunch. Try a
ini. ah th Mder. The only
~~~ce ~ c InMcia oget really crag-
nt l.arzye8 - etolets is of the
rwer. *, .'. ,Dav is, Florist, Ionia,
:a a-thug

R.FREDERICK A. COO
w~h fm) ixi v'fred 1 lheN orth 1Pole, 11ill, be
at the
MFATINEE AND Mll
A IBhi') Vft I)EVILLE BILL, T00.
Movemnt -to Employ ('outy Agent
Sentintent h-as been a zcuse laong
the farmers of Vashtemaw county, amid
the agricumlturally imiero,-to of An
A rbor, in favor o f the o'tfl )lcy m n f c u t gnt o h s C 1 11 t
During the farmors' institute wvhicah
closed its sessions yesterday, the quies-
tion was brought up for discussion.
Our Serrise
is always Gentlemanly, Courteous
and Prompt. Stark 2255. tf

Michigan Union Opcr litS
Will be ontslei= Hl
Auditorium Box Ofrce

and Corridor

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Feb. 25, 26, 28,271Mac

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Sole Agents
Stmte Sirtet, Ann Arbor

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