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THE WMICHIGAN [SAIL'S.

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A household word in every houe th-sc (lays and k" a he )g ,'titoa in thelt- uter
lathes.
The scarcity of good wcolens~ is consideral mre thanl a mere s'care, it is a most
led reality.
WC have rushed in our complete stck of tSping fabrlics, owing to their contstatt
in price, arld are earnestly rging "ii ourr cu-tumer-friciarls to place their" orders,
htfore farther advances, and while th chioicce atens are to be chadi
There is every argument in favor f vour'i!- i now <(id no0 argument aas it.
A'\I) Y( (' Si- 1 ) IE.
+G. Ho WILD CO4 MPA1NY
ADING MERCHANT TAILORS STATE ST.
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Second Semestler
rE~XTOOKS
NEW and SECOND HAND
Drawing Instruments and SuppliesI
I. P. Loose Leaf Note Books
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CHJGAN DA ___
Official newspaper at the University o4
Michigan. Published every morning except
Mlonday during' the university year,
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
iecond-class 'matter.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptions: by carrier or mail, $2.5o, Want
ad tations : Quarry's, Students' Supply
Stlore, The Delta, cor. Packard and State
Phones: .Business, 960o; Editorial, 2414.
Francis F. McKinney ...Managing E~ditor
John S. Leonard.......... Business Manager
1E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor
'I'on C. Reid...............telegraph Iditoi
Verne PAurnett .............telegraphi I ditor
E. P. Wright............. Sports Editor
J. C. B. Parker......... Assignment Editor
Conrad N. Church ...............ity- Editor
Edwin A. Hyman .. . .......City Editor
Lee Josly n..............,...City E~ditor
(Gor ion D. Cooke .......... Statistical E~ditor
lCd ward 1:. Mack ....,.... Advertising 'Manager
*H. Kirk White .....,..... Publication Manager
Y. R. Althseler..... Circulation :Manager
C. V. Sellers......... ..........Accountant
C. T. Vishleigh ..Assistant Business Manager
Night Editors
Leonard WV. Nietei' Earl Pardee
Reporters
II. A. Fitzgerald - . L. Stadeker
W. R. Atlas R. 'T. McDonald
13. A. Baumgai'th L. S. Thompson
Bruce Swa'ney 12. L. Ziegler
R. 3. Blum (;olda Ginsberg
Nat ThoinpsoiiG
Business Staff
Albert ..1Horne Roscue Ran
E. C. Musgrave E'. M. Sutter
K. S. McColl L. W. Kennedy
J.I. E. Campb~ell
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1916.
Night Editor......... L. S. Thompson
ITEE EiN~ OF NEWS STAFFT-

Selected Editorial
PATRIOTISM
Lyman aAbbott in the Outlook)
A nation is made great, not by its
fruitful acres, but by the men who
cultivate them; not by its great for-
ests, but by the men who use them;
not by its mines, but by the .men who
work in them; not by its railways,
but by the men who build and run
them. America was a great land
when Columbus discovered it; Ameri-
cans have made of it a great Nation.
In 1776 our fathers had a vision of
a new Nation "conceived in liberty
and dedicated to the proposition that
all men are created equal." Without
an army they fought the greatest of
existing world empires that they might
realize this vision. A third of a cen-
tury later, without a navy they fought
the greatest navy in the world that they
might win for their Nation the free-t
dom of the seas. Hlf a century la-
ter they fought through an unparal-
leled Civil War that they might es-
tablish for all time on this contin-
ent the inalienable right of life, lib-
erty. and the pursuit of happiness. A
third of a century later they fought
to em~ancipate an oppressed neighbor
and, victory won, gave back Cuba to
the Cubans, sent an army of school-
masters to educate for liberty the
Filipinos, asked no war indemnity
from their vanquished enemy, but
laid him liberally for his 'property.
Meanwhile they offered land freely
to any farmer who wotuld live upon
and- cultivate it, opened to foreign
immigrants on equal terms the door
o1' industrial opportunity, shared with
them political equality, and provided
by universal taxation for universal
education.
The cynic who can see in this his-,

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FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS

'New and Second-hand

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BOOKS

Engineers' Supplies, Laboratory Outfits, Loose
Leaf Note Books, and Fountain Pens.
WAA
UNIVERSITY BOOK STOV ES

yaws

Victr Vctro is$15.00 to
Victor Vit40las00
The Largest and c hoicest Stock in the City

March Records Now on Sale

The Cholcest Selections and Greatest Artists are always to
be heard on the Victor

'STUDENTS

BOOKSTORE J.

ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW THESE GOODS

ETRODIT UNITED LINES
:n Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
un on rastern tine, one hour faster
1 time.
:Limited and Excpress Cars---8:i0a a
ourly to 7:10 P. n., 9:10 P. in.
zoo limited Cars-8:r48 a. mn. and
o hours to 6:48 p. In. ; to Lansing.'
n.
.as, Eastbound--.5:3; a. n.,6:_,oa i.,
., anid every two flours to 7 :051p. iM.,
., 9:o p. in., Io :4S p. m. Tlo Vpsi-
, 8:48 a. m. (daily except Sunday),
n., 12 :05 p. m , 6:o3 p. mn., i11: i p.
a. mn., 1 :30 a. m.
Cars, Westbound-6 :12 a. in., 7:5o a.
very two hours to 7.50 P. :j,., 10:20
:2o a. in.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Organized 1868
al ........... $ 300,000.00
lus ...... $ 150,000.00
iurces over .... $3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
iOffice, N. WV. Corner Xain
and Huron Sts.'
ii Office, 707 North Univ.
ersity Avenute.
ME IV AND TRY OUM
ese Combination Lunch
M 25c.to7P.M
i6chig an Inn
Chop Suey
)rySt. Opp. the Arcadia,;

TRY
CHAP MAN'S JEWELRY STORE
For Alarm Clacks and Michigan Pins
113 SO. MAIN STREFT
IOur,"Tailor-Made" Clothes Cost No More
Than the Average "Ready-Made"~
EGAhISLE. The Tailor
108 E Wasingtn StSecond Floor
art OP off a few,
minutes and eat some of
WAI KING 1L,0
314 S. State' St. Phone 1244-M
F1RST NATIr BANK OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital $ioo ooo Surplus and Profit $$65,ooo
DIR ECTORS:
W3IR- COR2N WELL WALDO 11. ABBIOTT
G F0. W. PAsTT1ERSON HARRY M. HAwri.
S. W4. LARLKSON HARRISON SOULS
FRED SC MI-D 1). B. SUTTON,
h: I) ]KINNIF
FOR
I TCe OICE CVT VFLOW ERSI
TO H OUSE
22 hpi , St. IPhone 509.M
TeFarmers &Mechanics' Bank

t~ltett'~ M~fust 0b"~
MRS. M. M. ROOTI
Cor. Maynard and William StreetsI

DAY1 i l 4:40 lp UifiACK. tory' only a theme for his egotistical
/ satire is no true American, whatever'
-- Ihis parentage, whatever his birth-
MARKS THAT MEAN SOMETHING place. He who looks with pride
upon this history which his fathers
lien andl women on the campus who have written by their heroic deeds,
are "too busy for words," attending to whjcet ihgattd h nei
various social and sclivia~cic duties,I tence *which they have bequeather to
would do well to stop a moment acid ,,hirr., and who highly resolves to pre-

Fumigators
25-35-50-75"$1.00
F4cr all sizes of Rooms
Quarry
rUgCompany

GO TOI
T ie4UTTLE'S f
For the BEST in
SODAS
CANDIES
LUNCH LS
On State
PARTICULAR LAUNDRY

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South Main Street
Corner Huron

State Street Offie
330 S. State s#.

min [lw uchtie -teywoud i
if they could not depend upon checks
frorn fat her for their fundamental re-j
qluir'ements of "room and board" mon-
ey. Then let them try to imagine, by
comparison with their not-too-start-
ling records of the present, just what
their marks would be if they were
dependent unon their own6 earnings.
IYet there are 46 girls in the univer-
sity, -"co-eds," if you please,who
are earning all. or piant of their liv-
ing expense. and, making extremely'
creditable marks as well. Fully one-tid o h u b rer oh ro
and board, three work for part of
their board, and the remainder either
one or the other. And in the number
only three have come within the
dlanger zone.
Twenty-three of the girls have at
least one A; but there are far more
B's than C's, while D's are rare. One
girl who works for both r'oom and
board made three A's and three 93's,
aitd another who earns her board
made four A's and five B's. It is nc-
ticeable that straight averages are
lacking, however; although most of
the marks are B's. In fact, the pre-
vailing grades make the list as a
whole, one -of remarkable indication.

serve this inheritance- unimpaired
and to pass it on to his descendants
enlarged and enriched, is a true
American, be his birthplace or his
parentage what it may.
LYMAN ABBOTT.
Women's Organizaions
T]here will be a meeting, of the Up-
per Girls' section of D~eutcher Verein
Thursday at '7:30 o'clock.,
Omega I will meet this after-
noen at 4:00 o'clock at Newberry
residence.
Vespers will be held this afternoon
at 5:00 o'clock at Newberry hall.
A number of Juniors have not yet
paid their social tax to Olive Hart-
sig Trhese girls are requested to
do so at once.
Insptect \ atulial ' cienmce Building
A general inspecticun of the natural
science building was made by the
members of the Junior Research club
'at their meeting held-last night. This
club is composed of the younger mem-
bers of the faculty and graduates who
Are doing research work.

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CITY -LAUNDRY
THOS. ROWE, Prcp.

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1Detroit Street

Phone 457'-M

A GOOD STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED

For
Particular'
People

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Store

ONYX -ranite ware
We Carry This Line
No better graniteware made, yet the price is extremely low, when
you want a kettle or something in granite-- try the ONYX-it
is hard baked and stands the wear. The largest assortmzent of
HOME goods,
Hoag's Home Supply Store
209-211 E. Washington St.

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All Winter Footwear

20 %

off

L ansing Physician Visits Dr. Stauffer
Dr. H. A. Wilson., '13, physician to
the School for the Blind and the Reo
Automobile company of Lansing, is
visitng' Doctor Stauffer.
Patronize Dhily Advertizers. *

(All k'S SHOE STORES
IN STREE~T STATE STREET

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YPtEWRITIN G
IMEOGiRAPIIING
ULTIGRAPEIING
lon Business College.
State and Wiliams

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-ERCIAIL GEOIRAlIIY DR1AWS
R TIM1ES EX1PECTED? N MIER
ing to the increasing interest in
new course just opened t is se-
er in commercial geography unr-
Er. C. Sauer, the class has changed
the geology lecture room to the
:orium in the new- science build-
The enrollment of 120 students,
ly four times the number antici-
, has resulted in some -confu-
regarding supplies and classes.
ginal official lab coats on sale."~
s furnishing department, Mack &C
rry Bacher has a special life in-
ice offer to students. Why notr
ft over with him? Phone 735-M.1
OTERCOATSl
-ai coats from the. house of Rup.

]KOLLAUF, Men's Tailor
I All Garments Designed, Fitted and
I Made on Premnise.
/Co0r.Main &' Ann'01(1 Post Office
OPPOSES BILLIARD HALL AD
11A. A. RaIIABl. i-'WOULD) HAVE
'l'I l i'1 T vi:.u)TECT MIN1ORS
dioThe NMichiganIDaily:
inl your issue of March 4, appeared
a billiam-d hal il avertisement. Is the
aciver:isinI~iltcoome of the Diyso
essential that i. must fill -its pages
for (I'ollhrs ani rcents irrespective of
the source? Surely it the law seQ
fit tto exclude mitnor's fron; billarC
halls, th1o studenit paper ougtht to have.
enoug'Ih (7 (O 'liaiOmt loi'the minors
in this unriversity-. enoug h respe ct for
the'11 ;hi xtai is ?ldeVI'ing to prc-
tect them, and enough rk al'd for
those other students who dlo not de-
sire to see their representative pa-
per's columns so: used, to cease so-
liciting andl accepting such- ad t(virtise-

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Young. Men-Spring-Clothes
we are very glad to inform you of
the opening of our splendid display
of spring clothes for young men.
You will find a line of honestly
built, hand-tailored garments that
have won the admiration and re-
spect of men who are very particu-
lar about their dress.
An exclusive Young Mens' busi-
ness as well as an absolute cash
basis allow us to give you the best
possible service and values.

SAYS FACULTY IS UNFAIR
BEkRNHAll) If. 1A~WSON JDECLJARES
.ACT OF ELI11"IBI~lITY COMMITTEE
IS UTNFRIE:NOLYTO 1'ORIG WNERS.
News has jutst come to mny ears of
cuts in the cast of La Revue des Na-
tions, amounting to a considerable
fraction of that cast, made by an elev-
enth-hour action of the eligibility com-
mittee. I am, not a member of the cast,
nor would, I be affected by the ruling
if I were, but I am a member of the
Cosmopolitan club, and am registered
here from a -foreign country. I am
therefore able to realize the trying po-
sit;.on of foreign students, for whose
ej-t.; ti n. benefit the play was organ-
izecd and1 is being presented. It seems
to wte that coming at. the time it does,
when refilling the ranks will be diffi-
cult if niot impossible, and being large-
ly on, account of a technicality which
has; not been literally enforced hereto-
fore, the action -of the committee can
hardly be interpreted otherwise than
as an attack on foreign students, to
whom the President and the Deans
have extended so hearty a welcome.
If that be not the light in which it
is to be taken, considerable explana-
tion is in order.
BERNHARD H DAWSON, Grad.
- 1880-M.

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WAGNER '&' COMPANY
STATE STRE~ET
ESTABLISHED 1848

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HOSPITAL NOTES

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HIRS I-WICK WIRE CO.
CHICAGO

Emett D. Vining, '19, was taken to
the hospital at midnight M11onday and
immediately operated on for appen-
dicitis. His condition is serious.
- Vernon Lancaster, '19, is confined in
the contagious ward with scarlet fever.
Edward R. Anderson, '18, is confined
in the surgery ward.-

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on sale by N. F. Allen Co., 'ments,

D. A. RAHAM, 'I1G. I

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