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Official newspaper at the University b
Michigan. Published evey morning except
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Phones : Business, 960; Editorial, i414..
Francis F. McKinney. Managing Editor
John S. Leonard.........Business Manager
E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor-
Torn: C. Reid ....... ..elegraph Editor
Verne Burnett ... .....Telegraph Editor
E. P. Wright...............Sports Editor
J. C B. Parker..........Assignment Editor
Conrad N. Church..............City Editor
Edwin A. Hyman ...............City Editor
ILee Joslyn. .............City Editor
Gor*ion D. Cooke.......Statistical Editor
Etdward E. Mack.......Advertising Manager
H. Kirk White.........Publication Manager
Y. R. 'Althseler...... Circulation Manager
C. V. Sellers.... ....Accountan.
C. T. Fishleigh ..Assistant Business Manager
Leonard W. Nieter William F. Newton
Earl Pardee William IH. Fort
IL A. Fitzgerald J. L.Stadeke;
Martha Gray Nat Thotrmpson
W. R. Atlas. R. T. McDonald
E. A.'Baumgarth L. S. Thompson
]Bruce Swaney 1. L. Ziegler,
R. J. Blum Golda Ginsberg
Albert E. Horne Roscoe Rau
E. C. Musgrave F. M. Sutter
K. S. McColl L. W. Ketnedy
C. E. Campbell
THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1916.
Night Editor-H. C. L. Jackson
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cal Cars, Westbound-6:12 a. m., 7 :so a.
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D. E. GRENNAN
REAL CUSTOM TAILOR
6O6 E. LIBERTY STREET
The Germans have given us a word
for which we have no adequate ex-
pression to suit the idea. The word
is "Stimmung," meaning a kind of
mood usually accompanied by inspira-
tion; technically it is sometimes trans-
lated as "a "sympathetic going out to
thte subject in hand." gUnderthe
clouds of gas and .powdr-smoke in
France, the Gallic soldiers are wisely
assimilating whatever superior qual-
ities they perceive in their assailants;
and the word "Stimmung is being
taken over by them as well as by
men in American academic oases,
When a student has to read a page
three or four times in order to get
any sense to it, it is a pret.y sure
sign that he "should go to bed. In-
deed sleep is one of the surest ways
of bringing on the "Stimmung" the next
morning. Some doctors say that
ozone and sleep, and sane, unworried
living are the components of such an
agreeable mood for the work in hand.
The "stimmung" can't be forced, how-
ever, by sudden effort, although at-
tention can be temporarily stimulated.
It is a steady development of the
powers and practices of concentration,
of getting the author's point of view,
of allowing flashes of mental imagery
to play like a movie reel over the
printed lines, and of taking care of the
Some day when the Bible is written
over to suit the needs of the ultra-
modernism of our great-grand-de-
scendants, it is. pretty safe to say
that this will appear in the Beati-
tudes: "Blessed are those who have
At its March meeting, the Board of
Control of Student Publications will
choose a business manager and man-
aging editor for The Wolverine and
The Students' Directory respectively.
It is the policy of the board in filling
the positions on the publications yn-
der its control to award them on the
basis of merit to those who have
served in minor positions on the pub-
lication to which the positions pertain.
It sometimes happens, however, that
no one who has served on the publica-
tion during the year is eligible or ca-
pable of filling one of the leading po-
sitions for the ensuing year. When
either of. these sets of circumstances
arises the board finds- it necessary to
consider outside candidates. This no-
tice should not be considered as an
imitation that either of these situa-
tions will arise this year.
All applications for these positions
should be in the hands of Professor
F. N. Scott as soon as possible and not
later than March 17 in order to be con-
sidered. Each application should con-
tain a statement of the experience of
the applicant and should be accomp-
anied by the applican's eligibility
card and any letters of recommenda-
tion which he may have.
BOARD OF CONTROL OF
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AN UNREGENERATE MOMENT
We know perfectly well that the
heirs of all the ages go to college
to come into their inheritance; that
plain living, high thinking, and up-
ward striving are the essence of the
matter. Our convictions have been
so printed quite a number of times.
Therefore, when a paper called
"Froth," published at Pennsylvania
State College, where hundreds of am-
bitious young men have struggled in-
to learning, puts out the following
Tobacco is a dirty weed,
I like it;
It satisfies no normal need,
I like it;
It makes you thin; it makes you
It takes the hair right off your
It's the worst darn stuff I've ever
I like it
-we ought to be shocked and horri-
fled. We ought to rebuke the spirit
of frivolity which can jest even in the
dour hadow of Pittsburg's Calvinfi-
tic stogies. Yes, we ought to!-
SChOOL OF MUSIC STUDENTS
TO GIVE PUBLIC RECITAL
Advanced students of the piano,
vocal and violin depa'rtments will give
a public recital at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon at the University School of
The general public is invited to lis-
ten to the following program:
Polonaise, C sharp minor..,...Chopin
Canzone ......... ........Paderewski
Etude artistique ..............Godard
Sonata. Op. 13 (1st movement) ....,.
Waltz, C sharp mino.r.........Chopin
Scherzo and Menuet from Quartet,
p, 18, No. 4............Beethoven
Byron Hildinger, Lucy Cannon,
Violins; J. P. Cooley, Viola; W.
B. Moore, 'Cello
Momento Giojoso .........Moszkowski
Verborgenheit ...........Hugo Wolf
Sonata, Op. 26............Beethoven
(2nd, 3rd, and 4th movements)
Earl S. Epps
Papillons, Op. 2...........Schumann
Wealthy Kentucky Woman ies
Lexington, Ky., Mar. 1.-Mrs. Jen-
nie Stone helm, one of the wealth-
iest women in Kentucky and presi-
dent of the J. M. Hansen-Benndtt
magazine agency, 'died this morning
at her country home, Helmskreft, af-
ter two years' illness.
The women of Newberry Residence
will beat home to their friends at
tea from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock this af
There will be an important general
meeting of Deutcher Verein for mem-
bers of all sections at 8:00 o'clock
this evening, in the Verein rooms
Business and social program.
There will be an opening of Gene-
va club at Newberry hall this eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock.
Senior women will meet this af-
ternoon at 4:00 o'clock, in Barbour
The Women's League party. Friday
afternoon, will be in the hands of the
residents of the Martha Cook build-
ing. They promise a surprise.
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DISAGREES WITH WRITER'
AUSTIN, '16, CONTINUES ARGU-
)IENT ON PREPARATION, DIS-
AGREEING WITH CROSSMAN
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I have read the letter of L. E. Cross-
man, which appeared in the Satur-
day Daily, with much interest. Mr.
Crossman contends that General
Wood based his argument on a false
assumption and used a false analogy
to support it. But, though, as he
says, it is plainly evident that storms
are governed by laws which men can-
not control, is it not equally evident
that the storms of war-at least those
which 'assail a nation from without-
are uncontrollable by. that nation?
That nation may be able to control its,
own 'internal; storms, it may be able.
to keep its hands off the property and
rights of other nations-but can it
be absolutely secure against attack
from without-whether it be prepared
.or unprepared? That question is an-
swered by the cases of France and
Belgium. France was prepared; Bel-
gium was not. Both were attacked.
Which fared best-the prepared or
the unprepared? The answer here is
ed, is it -not best to be prepared?
If Mr. Crosmandoes not think so,
in order to be thoroughly consistent
he should also think that a man could
live more safely in the jungle, in the
neighborhood of wild beasts, unarmed
than armed, or that he could deal
better with a homocidal maniac if he
first threw away his revolver.
E. AUSTIN, '16.
STRICT TRAINING RULES AT
CARDINALS' TEXAS CAMP
San Antonio, Tex., Mar. 1.-Mana-
ger Miller J. Haggins and eight play-
ers, the advance guard of-the St. Louis
Nationals baseball squad, arrived at
the training camp here Sunday.
With the arrival of the players to
begin serious preparation for the
year's, work, Huggins put into effect
training rules which prohibit cigar-
ettes, cigars and pipes, except for lim-
ited periods during the day outside the
ball park. Gambling of all kinds was
forbidden under penalty of heavy fines.
Three New Laboratories in Musenim
One new laboratory on the first
floor and two on the fourth floor of
the museum have recently been com-
pleted. Since the geology department
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also obvious, evacuated its uqarters in the building
I notice that Mr. Crossman does not the entire' structure has .been reno-
claim that unpreparedness will in- vated to fit the needs of the museum
sure peace any more than will pre- authorities.
Therefore, since we are subject to The Michigan Daily for the rest of
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