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,N DAILY

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KING AND SUMMER WEAR
tangs are the choicest selection of
Dct of r, ills who maintain a repu-
ion for honesty of material.

1 T-I-!NDAL
01cial news'paper at the Univer.ity ocf
M ichigat, Published ev ery morning except
Monday duning the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Ar bor as,
5econ'd-class:.'natter. --
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptiorns: by carrier or mail, $2.5 Want
ad. stations: t car'ry's, Students' SiuppI3.
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State
Phones: Busness, 960q; 1Editorial, 2414.

~_Selected Editorial
01 R UNIX LRSITY AND ITS IVYALS
(Detroit Free Press)
The current number of the Michi-
gain Alumnus presents statistics that
sltould set graduates and faculty of
the, state institution to thinking. They

FOR ALL DEPART

New and Second-hand

TEXT

BOO K

WE INVITE A VIST '

G. H. WILD COMPANY

MERCHANT TAILORS

STATE ST.

Dim
Second Semester.
* E XTBOOKS.'
NEW and SECOND HAND
Drawing Instruments and Supplies
h. P. Loose Leaf Note Books
STUDElNTS BOOKSTORE}

Franci$ 11. Mc;,inrie.Managing Edijtor show no less than ten American uni-
Johnt S. Leonard.... . ...Business ManaggrI

Engineers' Supplies, Laboratory Outfits, Loose
Leaf Note Books, and Fountain Pens.
"VNIVEORSITY BOOK STOIKS

I;. Rodgers - Sylvester News Editor
Torn311C. keid..... ...elegraphl amio
Verne Burnett.............c'legrapli Editor
E.1'. Wright....... ...ports Lidiit,
J. C. T>. Parker .....Assignment Editor
Cornad \. Church. ... ......ity 1Fditor
'dwNin A. Ilymran..........City E~ditor
Lee Joslyn.......... ...... ...City Editor
IwnJohnson ......Chr. Efficiency Board
Gordon 1). 'Cooke........Statistical Editor
Edward 1?. Mack-......Advertising Manager
11. Rirk White..........I Publication ManagerI
Y k, ,1Atlhseler Circulation Managerl
C. V. Sellert............Accountant
C. 'l. Fishleig . . Assistant Business )Manager
Night Editor%
Leonard. W, Nieter William F. Newton
E3arl Pardeec Willia,1n 11. Fort
Report ers
IT. A. Fifzt ._ . T;. Stadek-,
Waldo R. 11unt Golda Ginsberg.
Martha IV IryNtThjno
W. R. Atlas Ii. 1'. McDonald
):. A. Jaaunigarth I;. S. Thompson
Bruce Swaney E. L.' Ziegler
R. J. Blum C S. Hiuntley
Business Staff
Albert F. hlome Roscoe Ran
1;.. C. Mnsrgrave 1. M. Suitter
K, S. ',\IColl L. W. Kennedy
C .Camipbell

versities have gained more students
than Michigan. in the last ten years.
College enrollment is always a baf-
lig mt Utter to analyze, because of the
differing b ase s of registry at .the vari-
ous institutions. it is difficult for
the inexperienced to make proper al-
lowance for summer school attendance
and for duplications of names in the
several interlocking departments. But
if we refer to a publication like the.
World Almanac, which presumably as-
sembles its annual tables of college.
enrollment uniformly, we find only
too serious confirmation of what the
1Michigan Alumnus presents.
According to the- tables' mentioned,
the standing of the first nine colleges
in number of; students was as follows
twenty years ago: Harvard, Michigan,
Pennsylvania, Yale, Minnesota, Cali-
fornia, Columbia, Chicago, Cornell.
1T'en years later they had rearranged
themselves into this, order: Harvard,
Chicago, Michigan, Columbia,. Minne-
sota, Pennsylvania, Cornell, Yale, Cali-
Ifolrnia. The table for the present year
raiiks them: Columbia, Minnesota,
'California, Chicagq, Pennsylvania,
IMichigan, Cornell, Harvard, Yale.

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A Small Victor Victrola in
your room will give
you much pleasure
We have one for $15 and anothe syefoi2

Let Us show them to you

TRO0IT UNI'TED' LINES
iDetroit, Ann Arbor and ,Jackson.
n on E3astern tine, one lidur faster
time,
Limited and Express Cars--8:uo a.
urly to 7 :10 p. in., 9 : io p. m.
;00 Limited Cars--8 :48 a. m. and
Jvjurs to 6:48 P. in. ; to Lansing,
trs, Eastbound-5 :35 a. n., 6:40 a.,im.,
and every two hours to 7 :05 P. in.,
9 :05 P. in.,1to45 P. III. To Ypsi.
8:48 a. mn. (daily except Sunday),
12 :05 p. mn, 6:o5 p. nt., ti :15 p.
t.1M., 1 :30 a. mn.
:ars, Westbound-6:12 a. In., 7:;o a.
ery twvo hours to 7:50 P. 111., 10 :20
:2 a. m.

TRY
CHAPMAN'S JEWELY STORE
For AIarm Clocks and Michiigan !Pins
1 13 SO. MAIM STREET
IOur "Tailor-Made" Clothes Cost No More
Than the Average "Ready-Made'"
CAN SLE, The Tailor
108 E. Washington St Second Floor
CHO P Off a fcw
minutes and eat somne of
WAX KING LQO
314 S. State St. Phexte 1244-M
FIRST NAiL BANK( OF ANN ARBOR, MICA.
Capital $:oo,ooo Surplus andl Profit $$65,ooo
DIRECTORS;:
Wxn>RTCORLNWELL WAi iI)O. AniBOrv
G-EO. W. PATTrERSON }TARRY MI. HAWLEY
S. W. CLARKSON HARRISON SOULE
F1RnD SCHMIDb 16j I). B. SITTTON
F~. I) Ks NN I1

t~nvertI2 fluic bousze
IJ.Cr. Maynard and William Streets

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GO TO
TUTL'

FRIDAY, FEBRUAR-

Y 25, 1916.
.rtf,(P(Q

of
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Arbor Savings Bank.
rganlzed 1869
.......$ 300,000.00
.$ 150,000.00

It would appear from -this yreview
)ie~tim iiiig otoy out for iltb bsi- of the twenty years that our own
try university has dropped from secondL
tjess stuf'f of The Dily report to)the ' plAce to sixth andl that colleges 21
Insilness maneager between :3 and 4'I generation ago almost insignificant in
o'cltoek. their standing when measured by their
attractiveness to students have pro-
- 4gressed so much faster as to leave
PLAYING SAFE WITH SPRING ?.Michigan far behind them.-

F I N" D
Nyail's Quality
Goods carried by
Quarry's
D ru g
Company
Prescription
Store

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For the BIRST in

SODAS
CANDIES
LUNCHIES

© n State _
PARTICULAR LAUNDRY

0;

es over .... $3,000,000.00
king in all branches
dice, N. W. Corner ltiain
and IHuron Sts.
Office, 707 North Univ-
ersity Avenue.
E IN AND TRY OUR
eComiatiou Lunqph

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FOR
cI CoICE rcvT FL OWERS I
GO BISGYTOFF'S HOUSN
220 Chapin St. Phone 8og-11
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank

25c53 P.St
Wgan Inn
p Suey

A' Michigan alumnus is responsible Ann Arbor has long been a point of
for unquestoy fr te rforingpride for Michigan people. Its uni-
for unquestoy fr te rforingversify has drawn its attendance from
of bd hbits Whle i colege heso wide an are a and sent its graduates:
says, lie was an inveterate cigarette so far distant to spread its fame broad-
fiend, and found that it was working cast that the indications of its vaning
barm to his marks at the end of the glory bring a feeling of sorrow and
semeter.' o h wokedup he deadisappointment. Why is it that other
semeter. Sohe orke upthe deacolleges are more attractive than'Mich-
of delaying his smoke until one day igan ? In what dloes. the. old leader
later than the tinme which~he was most of the state universities lack that it
mroved to "light up." His idea was does not appeal with its earlier power?
thiat human nature won't stand for a; Financial support dloes not seem to"
complete revolution of habit, but that be the cause, for while some institu-
it. can endure; the thought of putting tu~ns of the other states are given more
it off for only a dlay or so. money than Michigan allots~ to its
This week the campus is thawed university the rule is not without its
out for the second :spell of spring, exceptions. California, for instance,,
but every knowing person realizes that has distanced Michigan in college en-
it can't last, very ,long. And a' few rollment with a smaller income at its
wise persons will probably enact the disposal.
principles of the alumnus by postpon-, There may be an explanation which
ing the aninual spring loaf which is; will relieve the situation of its ra-
saidl to ai'fect every one more or less,.ther gloomy appearance. We would
and will stall haunt the library and be very glad to have it and to print
green sh.ade lamps until the real spring it, for the figures in the Alumnus are
gets here, anything but cheering.

CI'TY LAUNDRY
THOS. ROWE, Prop.
Detroit Street Phone 457-

For
Particular
People

TAILORS TO MEN

South M~ain Street
Corner Huron

state Street Office
330 S. State St.

Sc.

Opp. the ArcadiaI A 000J0 STRONG BAt IWTH EVERY BANKING NEED.

We-study our custoners and
f it their personality as well
... as their figures

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All, Winter Footwear

HE NRY,. CO., 7137715 N. Univer

1,

20%°c

off,

_,,.... :o...... .

TAIIR'S SHOE STORES

Sprin g Hats
for
Young -Mene

4 STREE~T

STATE STREET

)I REXCHA1'IGE
EN SATURIDAY

TO BE
AFTERN OON-

Women's Organizations

We have just received a re-
markable display of Stetson

"Y" book exchange will be
mn Saturday trom° three to five
instead of this afternoon from
to six as was erroneously an-
ed in The Daily on Tuesday.
are forty dollars owing to stu-
and fifty books on hand for
students are requested to call.
t~ Young People Banquet Tonight
tenth annual: banquet of the
t Young People's Guild will be
his evening at 6:45 o'clock in
arlors of the Baptist church.
g alumnae of the, guild are cor--
invited to banquet with' the
people.
~to Speak Ott Grand Rapids
E. Pinney, '16, has gone to
Rapids to speak tomorrow at
nquet session of the Third City
Conference, which is being held
city. He will speak on "Making
fCharacter."
GLOVES
en, best known makes at reason-
rlcetN, on sale by N. F. Allen A
Rbl street. wed-eod

" There will be no Women's League
party this afternoon, because of the
collegiate Alumnae. Conference.
All women's notices for The Daily
:rust be in the box in the library by
1 o'clock.
There wvill be a meeting of all
women on The Daily at 4 °oclock this
afternoon in room 325,', Martha Cook
wuilding. Anyone who can not be
present must notify the Women's Ed
itor.
Mrs. Jordan and the student resi-
dents of Newberry residence will be
at home Saturday afternoon from four
to six at Newberry dormitory. Miss
Gertrude Glogin will1 be the. guest of
honor.
fMrs. Rich, of the How Economics
department of the University of Cali-
fornia, and Miss Curtis of the Voca-
tional IBureau of Boston, will speak at
the Collegiate Alum tae conference to-
day and tomorrow.
There will 1be an important rehearsal
of the Junior. Girls' Play,- Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock. All girls who
were not presentat the rehearsal yes-
terday should callVAnita Kelly, 878.

Soft Hats

for early'

Spring

wear. Inv it will]

be found

the choicest

You ng Men's

ATTACKS KAN'SVYIEWS'
'H1IS TIME FRESHMAN OPPOSES
STANDi TAKE-N BY 'AUTHOR: OF
RE CENT ARTICLE.l
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Mr. F. A. Klann recently wrote at-
tacking preparedness, -and incident-
ally took a slap at our country and
government' in general. It would great-
ly benei this gentleman and others
like him if they would keep in mind'
the reasons why their fathers came to
this country. Most certainly they did
not,. think so much of the "paternal
socialism" of the Kaiser. Very prob-
ably they came for the same reasons.
that my own ancestors came for;
namely, to epcape from a' government
that they thought, oppressive, blighting
and tyrannical. Their wrongs in their
native land were real and deep enough
to make them leave their homes and
cross the wide ocean. Mr. Klann, are
the evils from which you think you
are suffering in this country real and
deep enough to make you do the same?
This country is no place for one who
believes he can find better government
elsewhere. For my part, cif I honest-
ly thought that I could find ju'ster
and purer government ,in Germany, if
1 thought that in the government of
that country there was more to ad--
mire and love and preserve, to Ger-
many I would go as soon as possible.
And if I could =not go to the country
of my choice I would at lease hold my
peace if men of that country whose
arms I was in should take steps to
fulfill and protect their hopes and
ideals oft government by trying to
strengthen and safeguard the position
of their native land. The tone of Mr.
Klann's article is an insult and a<n
abomination to every true American.
ADRIEN V. ADELMAN, '19.-

SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
BOOKKEEPING
Best Instruction and Equipment
Hamilton Business College
State and Willams Sts.

models

of

a line that is

SENIOR 111TS ELECT OFFICERS
Class Uay OfficialsI Named at -Neet-
ing Held . Yesterdaay
The following Class Day officers
were elected by the senior lit class
at the first meeting of the semester
yesterday afternoon: N. Earl Pin-
ney,~ class orator; Martha Gray, class
historian; W. A. P. John, class poet;
Eleanor N. Stalker, class prophet.
The matter of class dues was
brought up for discussion. It was de-
cided to pay themn next Wednesday
and Thursday. Tables will be placed
in University hall for this purpose
from 10:00 tb 12:00 and from 1:00
to 3:00 o'clock.
BOL!) ATTACK( MAD)E ON GREAT
NORTUERN FREIGHT rTRIN,
Tacomia, Wash., Feb. 24.-Boldly at-
tacking a Great Northern freight train
loaded with automobiles and war
supplies for Russia near the Union
station today, six or eight men cut
the air hose between the cars in five
places and cut the train into four
sections. The trainf crew fought them
off in a rough andi tumble battle and
captured two who gave their nation-
ality as Austrians.
CLOTING~
from the house of Kuppenkolmer "a
sale by A. F. Allen & Co., Main
s treet.- wed-ood

famed for its hats of quality
and style.n

All slvie ~of/ q7.eq fro{m, thepea'r/
to l r(ti -abol
"We Clothe Young Men
Complete."
WAGNER & COMPANY
State Street
Estabhii -cd f1N8

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