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- ~ TH MIcHIGANIAfY

tSPRING AND 5hMR EAR
Lr Suiting& are the choicest selection of
product of , W's wrho ainthin a repu-
tation for ioiesy 01fmateriaol.

MICHInGAN DAIL
Official newspaper at the Univertsity of
Michigan. Published eve. y 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, cor. Packard and State

that he .thought. more effective work
could be dlone with the smnall discus-
sion groups.
Selected Editorial
CONCENTRATED PATRIOTPISM

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FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS

New and Second-hand

TEXT

BOOKS

WE INVITE A VIST

G. H. WILD(
.DING. MERCHANT TAILORS

COMPANY
STATE ST.

(Univ. Daily Kansan)

Second Semester
TEXT o0KS
NEW and SECOND HAND
Drawing Instruments and Supplies
I. P. Loose Leaf, Note? Books
S F="'S
STUDENTS BOOKS;TORE

Vnne: usnes,96o; E.Uitoriai, 2414 Patriotism, according to Nicholas
Francis F. McKinney...Managing Editor Murray Butler, Columbia University,
John S.- Leonard.......... Business Manager has no limit in its relation to the hum-
drum, every day modle of living. The
E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor university or college may be stimula-
Crum C. Reid ..........elegraph lEditox
Verne Burnett.... ...elegraph Editor tive or preductive of this personal
E?.. 11. Wright............ ... sports Editor x
_______________________________quality in its effect on the student.
J. C. B. Parker .........Assignment Editor In a recent address, given before
Conrad N. Church.... ........... City $ditor the Newport Historical Society, he
Edwin A. Hymnan..........City Editor
Lee. Joslyn.................... City Editor said :
Gorgon J). Cooke ......... Statistical Editor
________________ "If a man or woman is to rise to a
E~dward E. Mack*....... Advertising M4anager true appreciation of patriotism and
Hd. Kirk White........ ,Publication Manager tob
Y. R. Althseler:.. Circulation Manager[ wishe ob a real patriot then he or
C. V. Sellers ............. .....Accountant she must reflect upon the purpose 'of
C. T1. Fishleigh . .Assistant Business Manager
_____________________________ organized community life.
Night Editors "Instead of rhetoric, a patriot needs
Leonard 1A. 'Nieter WVilliam F. Newton piooh;isedo os n u
Earl Pardee William Ii. Fort Ipiooh;isedo os n u

Engineers' Supplies, Laboratory Outfits, Loose
Leaf Note. Books, and Fountain Pens.
WAlERS
VNIVERSITY -BOOK STORES

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A Small Victor Victrola in
your room will give
you much: pleasure
We have one for $15 and another
style for $25

Reporters
11. A. Fitzgerald 1. L., Stadeker
Martha Gray Nat Thompson
W.R .A tlas U. '1. ,McDonaldI
E.A. aumgarth r.. S. Thompson
Bruce Swaney C. L. Ziegler
R. J. Blum Golda Ginsberg
Business Staff
Allecrt LE. Horne Roscoe Rau
la. C. Musgrave F. M. Sutter
K. S. McColl L. W. Kennedy
C. 1:. Campbell

DETROIT 1JNITEI) LINES
B3etwveen Detroit, Ann Arblor and Jalacson.
Car-s run on Iastern tip~f . one hou.)r faster
than local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--8 :1o a.
m.; and hourly to 7:1-0 p. rn., 9:10 I1, . .
Kalamazoo Limnited Cars-S :48 a. in,1.-and
every t~wo l unrs to 6:48 p. 1n. ;.t0o Lansing,
B:48 p . .
Local Cars, Eastbound--5 :35 a. rr t.,o 0a . i.,
7:~05.a. m.,, and every two hou1rS to 7:05 P. ;.
B:05 p).ri., 9:0.5 P. Il., 10:~45 P. nm. To "h i-
,anti only, 8 :48 a. in. (daily e x celt Sna
9:2o a. in., i2:0 p. mn , 6 oy p. in.,; : r p.
in., r :15 a. nM , 1:3o0.. n.s
L~ocal Cars, Westbound-6:rz a. , 7, ,:o .,
Il., and every two hours to ? 5 p. 11"., 10:0
p. mn., 12:2o a- m.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank I
Organized 1969
Capital.........$300,000.00
Surplus........$ 150,000.00
Resources over ."...43,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
Minu Office, N. W. Corner -Naia
and Huron $ts.
B~ranchi Office, 707 North L i-
J ersity Avenue.
COME IV AND TRY OUR'I
11:20A.cM5:30 P.M.t
to 1 . M.to 7 P.M.
611 E. Liberty St. Opp. the Arcadia

TRY
HAPMA'SJEWELRY STORE
:o,, A11a r- Clooks and Michigan Pins
113 S0. MAIN STREET
Our "Trailor-Made" Clothes Cost No More
Than the Average "Ready-Made"
CAN SLE, The Tailor
I 10 E. Washingtion St Second Floor
minutes and eat some of
WAR KING L0 .,0
:314 S. State St. Phone 1244-M
FIRST NATL. BANK OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capita21 $Ioo,ooo" Surplus and Profit s$65,000
DIRECTORS
Wrx.'r CORN T' 1L WALDO0 M. ABBIOTT
CG1 ( \V-. 'TTERSO'{ HARRY IN. HAWLRY
S. W. CL R1tiKoN HARRISON S3OULE
u.1) SQ112a11)]). B. SUTTON
F. I) KINNIE
FOR3
4CX-OIC FcuTr FLO6vWERSI
aChaIpin tPhone Soy-M
TheFarmers &Mechanics Bank

OOIPI>

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1916.
Night Editor......... L. S. Thompson'

moultuous expression of high feeling,
he needs serious purpose, -insight into
the significance of his own community,
a knowledge of its history, of its great
personalities, of its policies, of its
achievements, and above all a knowl-
edge of its aim. He must ask him-
self not oiily, "From what origin and
by what steps has it come ?" but more
insistently and more emphatically,
"Toward what end and toward what.
purposcJ is it moving? What is the
reason of it all?"
G~IVE MA~SQUERAD)E CARNIVAL
AT WEINBiERG'S TONIGHT
A masquerade skating carnival will
be given this evening at Weinburg's
Coliseum for the benefit of the Old
Ladies Home. The doors will be open
at 7-00 o'clock and it is hoped that
a large number will attend.
The admission will be 15 cents for
those who care to skate and 25 cents
for spectators.
Season tickets will not be accepted
for admittance.

'L1niversttv Mfusic fymse I
Cor. Maynard and William StreetsI

III

GO TO
TUTTLE'S

Let us show them to you

FRONT SLIDING

After a thaw is, caught in the mid-
dle by a heavy freeze, there are al-
ways dozens of glassy sliding places
about the campus walks. Professors,
men, women, new sies, and even' dogs,
'tis said, can 'seldom refrain from tak-

F I N D
Nyal's Quality
Goods carried by
Quarry's
D r,.ug
Company
Prescription
Store

For the BEST in

SODAS
CA'NDI E S
LIJNCHhS

On Statue

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ing the delicious little ride over the ____
slippery expanse. Thus sense ofI
humor is reawakened in the gruffest
grouch, and the most belligerent Women's Organizatios
scowl evaporates in the smooth sen-
sation whichr revives the science of
getting on well with folks. J .unior social tax should paid to
To lope along, accelerated by the Olive Hartsig, not Gladys Whelan, as
occasional slides, shows a busy haste, stated in yesterday's Daily.
which is never accompanied by wor- Wyvern will meet this evening, at
ry. Sliding shows our great de-j7:0occkatGmaPiBa
mocracy, wherein the towseled newsy 7:3o'cokasGmaeh.Bt
scampers over the same amusement
spots as the dignified professor. e Athletic committee will meet
see campus humor when the freshman Thursday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock, at
hastes to pick up a, slipped-up junior Barbour gymnasium.
woman and her' papers, by the di- The daily teas, from 4:00 until 5:00
agonal-walk fountain. We see cam-s o'clock, at Newberryi Residence, have
pus :humor when she limps painfully. been resumed for the rest of the-
away smiling heroically. college year..
Sliding tickles the keys to the heart' "Birthday Vespers" will be held
strings, and vibrates the refreshing i this afternoon at Newberry hall, at
music of grins and whistles through 5.:00 o'clock.
the academic air. This kind of fun There will be a meeting of Senior
makes us forget colds and plucks and women Thursday afternoon at 4:00
cons. o'clock; at Barbour gymnasium.
-- The regular meeting of Omega Phi
The editorial of Tuesday morning's{ has been postponed until Thursday,
lim nn" larfrrnn Rti~i-," rnn fMarch 9.

Phone'2402 Open Evenings by Appointment
Beauty Shop
MISS MABLE ROWE
ShAmpooing, Manicuring
Massage and Chiropody
Switches made from Comibings-
with or without Stemns
First National Bank Bldg.
ROOM 503s Ann Arbor, Mich.

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TAILORS TO. MEN

South Main Street
Corner Humo

State Street Office
330 S. State St.

A 6000 STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED

'W ,e study our customers and
f it their personality as well
... as their figures .

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All Winter Footwear

HENRY & Con., 713-715 N. University

Mtn Op/
em /C

off

tamed a statement which has caused
doubt as to its meaning. Bishop Wil-
liams did not condemn the university
chapel idea, but gave the impression

SENIOR FORESTERS HAVE NEW
LIDS; EAGERLY AWAIT SPRING
If only the spring were here!
The senior foresters have procured
their Stetsons and are eagerly await-
ing the first signs of warm weather.
This is in- accordance with the new

Girls wishing tickets for the "All
Nation Revu e" may obtain their from
Henryetta Brandebury, '18, Martha
Cook building.

WA RS,5. MAIN -ST1 JIET STATE STREEiT_

TYPEWRITERS
FOR SALE OR RENT y;
Tye rti up.e4Ham ilton Blusiness Co lege
State and Williams Sts.
New Ant" hitC*msFi~
A collection or.itrs eogn
tin the )Michiga eerto o r
will be exhibited in room 13 ,c i yin .
ni MIemorial hall,. ac 4t 0
Ann Arbor is.l-, of a circulit over
which these pJctur es tavlevery
year., They' wIill 2comek'to tis ity
from Jack"sonl. Tr4is priua x
hibit has never b ' Ent shown in , Ann
Arbor before.
IST1UDENTS 11TTEN'I(0 -
Nell desir-l-C IG"ing neial healh
summer work, see -C1ark c (x'8 at
518 E. Liberty Sc.'ihone t -.
Our Se,.'vive
is always Geiitleiitanly, Courteous
and Prompt. Stark : 255. Uf
CLOT] ING
from thle louse of Kuppenhelmner oil
sale by N. F. Allen & Co., IMain
stret. vwed-oed

z WILAUF* Men's Tailor
All Garments Designed, Fitted and
I Made on Premises
Cor. -Main. & Anin Old Post Office
~VW li A I ~OJ. .SUNKBY
!MINE: 151 IiLIEVED TO BE DEAD)
! -o, b. 28. -Of tihe total com-
p;?z lEidnf o f 411 passengers and crew
o~ te P.& 0.li-ncr Maloja, which
stuka njnn and sank within half
an hto r wo n ilies off Dover yesterday,
, ~t re known to have been saved.
B~. cuse of cthfact that so many
cals fr rosectvcteachers are com-
1J; lit r _isuzp(,rinten(Ients of schools
tile ppn,)urE'nt committee has made
thelolowugannouncement:
"Er:'vn enrolled with the appoint-
n~eu cmmiteeisasked to confer with
P1 iv~OrIXisat once, and make
ou,.i loaion b ualak. Professor Davis
wil be i1 tht, off ices of the educa-
ion ;'eprrim ~nt every day this week,
from :8 to 5:00 o'clock.
S irts ade to order.-G. 1-1. Wilu
~omvan. state St. Tailors.

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Now is the Time to pick
out your suit for this season. Our
Spring Clothes are here in all the
new models and patterns. You
will find it very satisfactory to pick
out your suit now and let us lay
it aside for you.
We are still featuring the'famous
Young Men's line of

custom adopted by the senior class of
the forestry department. All the mem-
bers will wear the :same style of, hat.
These hats are broad-brimmed and are
being made specially for the foresters.
SCHOOL OF- MUSIG~ HAS FIRE
Smoke 'and W1ater iDo Slight Damuage
to Annex on Williams Street
Fire broke out in the basement of
the annex of, the University School
of Music located at 608 East William
street, about 7:30 o'clock yesterday
morning. Some of the pianos in the
building were damaged by the smoke
and water, but it was stated by Mr.
Sink, of the School of Music, that the
total loss is small and is entirely cov-
ered by insurance.
The building cannot be used, for
several weeks and arrangements are
being made to accommodate the mu-
sic classes elsewhere..
GRAD)UATE TALKS TO FORESTERS
E. L. Deminon, Formerly Grazing Ex-
pert in Oregon, TFells Experiences
E. L. Demmon, grad., gave a talk to
the members of the Forestry club yes-
terday in which he described his ex-
periences as, a grazing expert on the
Wallawa national forest in eastern
Oregon.
A large part of the revenue derived-
from the Wallawa forest, hie says,
comes from fees charged for grazing
permits. The work consists in map-
ping the area suitable for grazing
horses, cattle and sheep and the fenc-
ing of areas infected with poisonous
plants. Mr. Demmon told many inter-
esting atnd instructive things regard-
ing forestry.

Hirsh-Wickwire-Co. 's
Finest: of Clothes

ready-to-wear

We clothe Young Mlen Complete"
WAGNER & COMPANY
STATE STREET
ESTABLISHED 1848

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