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March 11, 1916 - Image 2

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R TAILORING SERVICE
Meanes more than a mnere fit. Every suit and overcoat
that we produce is also made to fit the personality of
our customer, thereby becoming part of their indi-
viduality.

Be mneasured now for your 'Spring suit.
I starts April 7. h.

Vacation

G. H. WILD COMPANYt'
LEADING MERCHANT, TAILORS STATES ST.
Second Semnester .I

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BOOKS

NEW and SECOND HAND

ICFIGAN DILY
Of1ficial newspaper at the Univer:;ity o
MIichigan. Published every morning except
NMon lay during the university year.
I utered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class ?matter.
Offices. Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptions : by carrier or wail, $2.50. Want
ad. stations: Cuiarr-y's, Studenits' Supply
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State.
Phones : Dusiness, 96o; Editorial, 2414.
*Francis F. M'~cKinney ...Managing Editor
John S. Leonard.......... Business Manager
E;. Rodgers Sylv-ester News Editor
Torn C. Reid ...............eljrf Editoz
1Verne Burnett ............telegraph IEditor
t~ P. Wright... ... ........... Sports Editor
J. C. B. Parker........ Assignment Editor
Conrad N. Church.............. City Editorj
Edwin A. Hlyman ............... City Editor
Lee Josly~n.................... City Editor
Gordon D. Cooke.......... Statistical Editor
' rdward E. Mack........ Advertising IManager
H. Kirk White . .'. Publication Manager
Y. R. Alt hseler. Circulation Manager
k- V. Sellters................... Accountant
C. If Fishleigh . .Assistant Business Manager
Nipht Editors
Leonardi W. Nietcr Iarl Pardee
~Repoters.
11'. A. Fitzrgerald J. L. Stadeker.
WV. R. Atlas R. T. McDonald
E . A. Baumgarth I. S. Thompson
Bruce Swvaney >2. L. Ziegler
R. J. Blinn Golda Ginsberg
Nat Thompson
Business Staff
Albert F.'.Horne =Roscoe Rau
F;. C. Musgrave F. Md. Sutter
K. S. McColl L. W. Kennedy
..E. Camplbell
SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1916.
Night Editor.......... E. L. Zeigler

WHY BLAME YALE?'

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Drawing Instruments and Supplies
IL P. Loose. Leaf. Note Books
S HEEMm ,A 'S
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

{ ~ (Detroit News)l
!A wave of questions has swept
over the senior class of Yale and has
brought to view some interesting sta-'
tistics.
The average cost per man for the
academic course has been $4,073
which, for four years, is not an as-
tounding sum. The highest for any
man is $15,000; the lowest, $800. One
hundred and twenty of the 325 have
earned part of their college expenses.
One hundred and, forty admit using
alcohol. and 235 tobacco. Fifty-four
took their first drink after entering
the university and 106 learned to
smoke in connection with their other
studies.
There will be impulsive critics eager
to place the blame ,for the. acquisition
of these habits on university life, the
abandon of campus associations, the
worldliness of undergraduate customs.
Boys must some time escape from
home discipline. A certain percentage
are prone to experiment with the vices
which each succeeding generation
keeps alive.. They would sample their
first beer or cigarette anywhere that
these were obtainable, and> that Yale
happened to be the place where 44
ventured upon alcoholic indulgence ar-
gues no discredit for the university.
That there- are .185 practical abstainers
in the senior-class and that the average
student gets through on little more
than $1,000 a year should offset the
traditional impression that a big uni-
versity is' attended. mostly, by frivo-
lous young millionaires.

Selected Editorial

Engineers' Supplies, Laboratory Olutfit, Lc os
Leaf Note Books, and lFouintain Pen-s.

m ~V NIVERSlITy BOOK .'.iSTOi ® ESa

New. and Second-hand

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FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS

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DETROIT UNIT ED LINE S
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars rn on Easters time, one hour faster
!an local timte.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--S :io a.
iand hourly to 7 :10 P. n., 9 :T0 p. m.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8 :48 a. n. and
ery two hours to 6:48 p. n. ; to Lansing,
48 p. Mn.
Local Cars, Eastbound-5 :35 a.nin., 6:-40 a. in.,
:5 a. in., and every two llours to 7:05 p. m.,
05 P. in., 9:05 P.n., 10:45 P. t. TlO Ypsi~
nti only, 8:48 a. mn. (daily except Sundlay),
:2 a. in., 12 :05 p. mn , .6:o5 p. n., 11 :15 P.
1:15 a. mn., 1 :3o a. mn.
Local Cars, Westbound-6:,2 a. mn., 7:50 a.
and every two hours to 7:50 p. n., Jo ~20
Mn., 12:20 a.. .
The Ann Arbar Savings Bank
Organized 1869
CapiLal ........... $ 300,000.00
Surplus.......... $ 150,000.00
Resources over .... $3,000,000.00
Banking in all braniches
Mai Office, N.. W. Corner Main

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

BY WAY OF COMPARISON

Below are quoted two editorial
squibs. The first was clipped from a
paper published in German in Ann Ar-.

WOmeD's Organizatl as

TYPEWR ITERS

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TYPEWRITING AND
SHORTHAhw D
MIMEOGRAPHING
"E ierythwig for the Typewriter"
0. D. MORRILL

and Huron Sts. L (ov'r £altimu're t'neh)
Branch Office, 707 North Univh. 322s. Stat. St.
eriyAvenue.
LATE AND GERMAN AMERICAN-VA '
SAVINGS BANKVA '
Main & Washington Sts:
esouroes, $2,500,000.00O Quality Shoe SI
'oal Coke Gunbe'For
oaf Cke LmberGood Work
Planing Mill Specialties ~
Interior Finishing
J NO. J. S AU ER 1114 S. Univ. AN
one 2484 310W. Liberty - - -

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bor. The second was taken from a I The first of a series of teas for Senior
gaper published at Vicksburg, Miss., women will be held this afternoon, at
July 2, 1863, while the city was being 3:00 o'clock, in the parlors of Bar-
bqiegedi by the Federal armies under bour Gymnasium.
Grant. Tickets for the Fancy dress. party
"With Verdun now nearly captured this evening may be obtained at the
by the ?Germans it looks like the war door. Admission will be 10 cents for
would be over before Mr. Wilson could university women and high school
get this country also into the game."j girls; 25 cents for spectators.
-Washtenaw Post. Juniors will please pay their social
"That the great Ulysses-the Yankee tax to Olive Hartsig at once.
Generalissimo, surnamed Grant-has Girls interested in special scholar-
expressed his intention of dining in ships to be earned during the summer,
Vicksburg on Saturday netndcee will please see Dean Jordan this morn-
brating the Fourth of July by a grand ing.
dinner, etc. When asked %f he would OLDEST HARVARD' ALUMNU"S
invite General Jo Johnston to join hie DIES AT AGE OF NINETY=TWO
said, "No! for fear there will be a row;
at the table." Ulysses must get into
the city before he dines in it. The way En tr Co In1844;t aofhiteen
to cook a rabbit As°"first to catch the Erdwa. ngineeWr hiag
rabbit," etc. Egne
-Daily Citizen. Chicago, Ill., Mar. 9.-Samuel S.
Greeley, the oldest graduate of Har-
Send Tile Da II home. $1.00 for the y ard university, died at the home of
-rest of tile year. * his daughter, Mrs. Ethel M. Cope-,

,A Conploto 'Llfto of
Drug Sundries, Kodks
Candlies, hPerfurmes
ALBERLT MANNci, Drt; g ist
215 South Ma.ln St. Ann a.At boa-, 1!i ch.

Do you drive an automobile in the
winter

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PAPER SLE
All Departm 'ut 7aper
35c per Pounds Now 25e
'.SCULEEDE

You should.

It's convenient.

340 S. StateI

Individual Clothes

You can heat your garage 4.afely and
economically with a SAFETY GAS
GARAGE HEATER.
Approved by insurance companies.

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To Please a customer we insst first produce an article that pleases us and
mneets our every expectation.
We are proud of our clothes and each garment must conictip to a highi
standard before it is given to'the owner.

for

Young Men

Waslztenaw Gas Co.

rhis policy makes for good clothes and pleased customers.

Capp r & Capper
Furnishings

REAL
606 E.

GREI
CUSTOM
LIBIERTY

NNAN
TAI LOR
STREET

SAM BURCHFI]ELD

Co.

We have a beauti-
f ul stock o f spring
clothes, hand tailored,
all ready to wear--de-
signed and built for
Young Men.
Only a few suits of
a pattern allow a dis-
t i n c t individuality
that is rarely found in
ready-to-wear clothes.
11'e clothe Young MJen Oornplete"
WAGNER & COMPANY
STATE STREET
ESTABLISHED 1848

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land, at Winnetka Wednesday, ,at the
age of 92 years. Since the death in
February of Dr. James L. Wellington
of.- Swansea, Mass., Mr. Greeley hasI
ranked as the oldest Harvard aluninus
He entered Harvard at the age of .16
and graduated in the class of 1844. In
1857, with four other men he organ-
ized the. Harvard club in Ambrose
and Jackson's old restaurant at 91
Clark street.
Mr. Greeley was one of the first civil
engineers to settle in Chicago and
since that time he has been employed
on many of the important engineer-
ing projects in this city, and other
parts of Illinois. Until he retired from
active life a year ago Mr. Greeley was
the senior member of the engineer-
ing firm, Greeley, Howard, Norlin &
Co.
-Go to your church Sunday~, Mar. 12.

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G3LE ' SON ADDRESSES BOTANY
Y'LUB ABOUT LAKE OI(OBOJI
Fofessor Gleason, of the botany de-
partment, will give a review on "The
Plant Geography of Lake Okoboji,"
which was in a - recent issue of the
University of Iowa Bulletin, at the
meeting of the Botanical Journal club
to be held at 8:00 o'clock next Tuesday
evening in room 10G, New Science.
building.
He will give a ,talk on some inter-
esting things regarding Lake Okoboji,
which is situated in the northern part
of Iowa. Mr. Brigham and Mr. Hatch-
er, assistants in botany, will also give
short talks.
L(10k over the adver tizeenjts. They
will interest you. *
Go to your church' Sunday,,AMar. 12.
OUR SE RVICE
is always Genitlemanly, Courteous
and Prompt. Stark 2255.
THIS' WILL INTrERIE s'1 Ut.
Where, it is necessary for a student
to muake a loan to enable him to fin-
ish his education. "lie will find it
easier to do so, if he can give a policy
of life insurance as his security that
the loan v,11 be paid in the eveift of his
death. before the has teen able to pay
it off out of his ear .ingU. Harry Bach-
er, District Agent, Tho Provident Life
and Trust Co., 516 E. Madison St.,
Phone 735-M.

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SHjORTHIAND; TYPEWRITING
B OQKKEEPING
Best Instruction and Equipment
Hamilton Business CollegeI
Stiote and Williams Sts..
Go to your church Sunday,, Mar. 12.

ASK FOR and GET
T H E ORIGII'TA
C~a stitut1es cost YC1'J sme price.
Go to your church Sunday,, Mar. 12.
Craftsman mxeetin tonsight. at 7:X~
In future all cars stop at' Good-
year's drug store. tf

A bargain if taken at once.
Graflex camera. Zeiss lens.
Danes and Nickels.

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The Shoe for Early Spring
This light weight Cordovan, in black
or brown, selling for seven dollars,
makes an ideal shoe for early spring
wear--light,idurable, it dares the weaiher
S WAGNER & COMPANY
State Street'8
Establisbed 1E48

repaired while you wait.

dres, 222 S. State.

L11 Lyndon for a good flashlight.

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