TRY VIICHIG.AN PAiLY
-r - ,.
JSTOM MADE CLC TI.ES
have an air, of distinction, a richness. of
finish a di an as-.urauce of correct style
that su~.mp the " ea er as a mian of goodi
taste and dignity.
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning exceptr
Wonday during the university year.
Ethered at the post-office at Ann Arbor a-
A MAN IN P1ENNS,'YLVANIA AC-
KNOWLEDGES HIS. PARTNER
G. H, WILD COMPANY
)ING MERCHANT TAILOR~S ST ATE ST.
NEW and SECOND HAND
Drawin Instruments and Supplies
IL P. Loose Leaf Note Books
4~f E-S:Ld TIif ?Cr,.- Advertising the sale of honey a plan
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building, Sub- at Edensburg, Pa., signs his advertise-
,eriptions: by carrier or mail, $2. 50, Want
ad. stations: Quar-ry's, Students' siuppl} nient, "F. J. Strittmatter & Wife."
tore, The 1eta, cor. P ackard andc State It's a new idea, and a thundering
Mihones : Uusiness.- 960; 1Editorial, 2414.
Conmnunications not to exceed 50o word Mnya;ansiusnes arnei
length, oir notices of events, wtill. he pttib:lc1! aya lhseuied atnri
in The D~aily if left at the ofice in the Ann his wife but you'd never know it by
Arbor Press Bldg., or in the notice bos in the,~ ~ sg ravrieet
west corridlor of the general library, where Ihssoesg ravrieet
the notices are collected at ; :doo o'clock ('rihx You see "John Stmith e Bro."' and
--- John Smith &L Son," never "John
r'rancis F. MeKinney ..Managing EditorI Smith & WVifo" or "John Smtith a&
lohn S. Leonard.......... Business Manager
Daughter," and yet a firtn's goods
9. Rodgers Sylvester News rd itot may have a peculiar attraction from
Tin c. Reid ..............eeraph Ed itot heveydac
Verne Burnett ............elegraph Editor!thveyfc that a woman has to do
K '. Wright.........Sports L ditor1 with the handling of them.
Take Strittmatter's honey advertise-
J. C. 13. Parker......Assignment Editor
Conrad. N. Church....... ........ City Editor ment, for instance.
Eewi A.OLym..... Ct lto o oln . ..........City P"Eiitor 'ao get an idea that that honey is
t~orajon D. Cooke........ Statistical Iditor cieaniy handled and pure because of
lidardE. ack.....dvetisng anaerMrs. Strittmatter's having an active
11. Kirk White..... .... Publicatiomn Manager part in the firm.
*Y l:. \lthseler.... tiicllati n Mana-ei
V * Sellers ...............\ccountan: Same thing as to all other foods.
C. 1'. Fishleigh . .Assistant Business Manager Woman is given credit for greater
activity in fighting flies and dirt than
Nigln t e itors
Leonard W. Nieter Earl P'ardee is man.
The same thing applies, in a ineas-
Reporters trt 'r od n ltig
ff. A. F:itzgeraid i. L. Stadce etdrgosanclhi.
W. R. Atlas t. TI. McDonialiIt surely takes a woman to match
L,. A. B~aumgarth L. S. Thompsoncor
Bruce Swaney E. L. Ziegler coos correctly, or to tell whether a
K. I. Blum Golda Ginsberg suit of c':ltacs fts a cild, or (does not,
---Tomso and if a -t o:-e's reputation for selling
Business Staff' good goods depe nds upon satisfaction
\lbert E. Borne F&o e lRaft given custoniers, exact matching of
E., C. Musgrave F. M. Sutte r
K. S. McColl 1.. W. Kennedy colors and fitting of cloth-es means
J.I. . (amjlbell much to the storekeeper.
- -Again, when wife is a business
partner, c'arrying part of the worry
load, doing part of the work, isn't it
____________________________________only fair to acknole~ldge to the world
SATUI)A, MACH 8. 116. that she is part of the firm?
SATUDAYMARH 18 191. ,Why not procliaim a good thing?
IWhy deny standing and credit to a.
'Night Editor ..... Leonard W. Nieter i good partner?
.1E NEHave You Seen It'd A Very Great
;'x 7 Time Saver.
The Rust Lettering Scale
VNIVERSITY BOOK STOIRE
[)ETIIOIT UNITrED LIN!ES
een Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
run on E;astern ti.ne, one hour faster
)it Limited and Express Cars-- : zo a.
Hourly to 7:10 1.ni., 9:10 p., M.
inazoo Limited Cars--8:48 a. 'm. and
,w hours to 6.48 . n; to Lansing.
lCars, Eastbound--5 :35 a. in., 6:40 a._im..
m.,, and every z wo nours tO 7:05 p. Ill.,
n. 9:05 pl. in., io:5 o 1i . , TO Ypsi-
ly, 8X:48 a. m.t daily execept Sunday),
in., 12 :o, p.-im., 60 t ni14 '
o a. wn., i :2o a. in.
I Cars, W estbouna-6 i2 a. in., 7:50 a.
Ievery two Hours to 7:50 P. +in., 10:20
12 :20 1. rfni.
on Ann Arbor Savings Banks I
sources over . ...$3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
tn Office, N. W. Corner HIai
and IHuron Sts.'
"ancli Office. 707 North Univ.
FE ANfl BOMANIAMERICAN
Main & Washington 5ts.
al Coke Lumflber
Planing %4ilI Speciaties-
J:NO. J. SAUER
2484 310 W. Liberty
We Have a
FULL LINE OF
Out Flowers and Plants.
For All Occasions
1002 t~ UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 1 15
"*.MAN'S house is his
I A castle, an' his pie's
a strong, defense t kep
trouble an' gloom on
THE BEAUTY OF MY, BU INESS is__-
Visit nmy stare and see. Eiverytlhing in Flowers--Daffodils',
Orcheds, Tulips, Narcissus, Violets, Sweet Peas, Roses, Carna-
ions and billies of the Valley.
Full Line o2 Plants
"Eberything for the Typewriter"
0. D. moRRILL
(ov'r Baltim're LI i~)
322 S. State 1t
tIl II Ut
111 I t
it tt tl
l Quality Shoe Shop I
llllil For Wor
-lll I11140. Unv. Ave. iil
,11,1=. - --=m -.-.
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
All cudent Musicianso*
GIVE WE A TRIAL
344 ,50, STATE STREET
APPLIED FEMINISMDEIE fAS TA S
The Gargoyle has some pertinent B IE C S H
suggestions to make regarding the 1~~u
status of women on the campus, If 7
the stories of wide circulation and ba- F}nuM N'LNHO
hief that have spread over the coun-
tr regarding the attitude of% Michigan To Take Chat reci Ticet Sgale; i= acl
students toward the introduction of co- Class to> ,iit Tog 'elller-
education here are true, then the wo- at Dinner
mten have, indeed, won a hard fight.
In the beginning their right to be her,
was questioned. 'Now that right is es- nodrt rus nlui i o
tablshe. Al th ad~i~tage tht itete Women's Luncheon to be held
tabishd. ll he dvatags tat heApril 1, a szystetni of class teams has
university has to offer the women have 1 tdvsdb h o ttet
hueen given, bnt they have not accept- sell tie in the nliilcles. t
ed te rsposiblites.These tams ha?<ve sole charge of all
The Gargoyle, Michiganensian and tces n ildsrbt hm t
Daily are all-university in their scope. ,members of tirt respective classes.
2he closer they come to the reahza- IEc emhpst aea ag
;ion of this' idea the more typical of 1showing as possible, as cla.ses will
Michigan they will be. Yet as things 'sit together at the lunche(,on. The class
,re now the administration of thesehaigtebsdlgtonwlwn
)ublications excludes the women en- tems inr
irely. With the exception of a few thI os onr
pioeer, wo re lredy akng hei The following girls compose the
influence felt, there is no active sup- tasadwl efudi h irr
Sort from the women of the campus, at specified hours: Senior team, Madge
atnd very rarely any advice. This is Mead, Louise Potter; Junior, Janet
a handicap that is felt not by the pub- MacFarlanid, Margaret' Reynolds; Sop-
ications alone, but by the university. homnore, Helen Brown, Laura Quinlan;
____________________Freshman, Enmily Loman.
Senior women who wish to comipete
770O "ibisIZ core for the song to be sung to the Juniors
W omPs , the night of the Junior Girls' Play
u# W d e s a 1 ;should send their songs to HelenE
Brander, Sorosis House.
' Prducion Act 1, of Junior Play will rehearse
D usI~sc of uplor Oiri' rrdutt# I at 9:00 o'clock this morning; act 2 at I
'written b1y Alga,. Shlnkinan 10.:15 a'clock.,
For the first timge inl the history of
die Junior Girls' Play, the complete
score is to be published, The music
'or the play has been written by Algaa
Shinkman and Josephine Randall, and
is considered especially good. The x>
lyrics are the Work( of Alice Wieber.
A large number of scores have a.1-'a
eady been ordered, and it is the hopea6
of the committee that as many as pos-
Aible mnay be ordered in this way. If !II
there is demand tenoughi, the price will
he reduced from $1,00 to 7$ cents,
Last year the Collegiate Alumni as-
socifation of Toledo asked that the play
)e producetd in that city to give Toledo
sigh school students an idea of Mich- G R I N -
igan activities. The play was given
,.here with great success. This year 1 16 So. DI
:,he College Club of Detr'oit has asked
-o h ave the play produced there, and
is soain as arrangements can be made
.he date for the performance will be
Get Your S
A Cormplete FLrne of
Drug Su~ndries, Koda'ksa
ALBERT MANN, Druggist
213 So'~xth M~ir& St. Arttx Arbov. Mich
D Io you drive an automnobile in the
You should. It's convenient.
You can heat your garage safely and
economically with a SAFETY GAS
Approved by insurance companies.
Wash ten aiv Gas Co.
USJ EAST LIBER VY STR EIT
To Please a customer we must first produce an article tiltt pleases us and
meets our every expectation.
We are proud of our clothes' and each garnent must come up to a high
standard before it is given to the owner.
This policy makes for good clothes and pleased customers.
Capp-'r & Capper
D. E. GRENNAN
REAL CUSTOM TAILOR
606 E. LIBERTY STREET
.. . ..
SAfter seeing the Best O pera
the Mimes ever produced
ROSS MUSIC HOUSE
.core or Music Ready to, Mail
FOR SALE OR RENT
Hamilton Bustpess College
State and Williams Sts.
Let a "Hoover" electric cleaner do
our cleaning. For sale at Martin Hal-
r. E. Liberty St.
Come early to Weinberg's rink and
enjoy the good ice.
Harry Bacher, Phone 735-M, wishes
to talk to students who are interested
in Life Insurance as a life work. Po-
HlOLI). VROHIBITION CONTEST
MOINDAY; ORATIONS PITE TODAY~
The annual prohibition oratorical I
contest of the university will be held
in room 305 N. W. at 8:00 o'clock on
Monday evening. The winner of this
contest will act as Michigan's repre-,
sentative at the state prohibition meet
to be held at the Normal College in,
Ypsilanti next month.
Contestants must have their orations
in the hands of Professor Trueblood
by noon today.
Open after every performance
Owners of Victor Victrolas who have tried our ap-
proval system of selecting their. records, pronounce it.
M ORE SATI SFACTORY
Gall us up for information.
_________________Forest Lawn Tea Room, 604 Forest
on's for kodaks, films, finish- Ave., Phone 1893-i?. Sunday evening
pen Sundays, 9:30 to -4:30 only. lunches a specialty. Popular prices.