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finish acid an assurance of correct ste le
that stamip the wearer as a man of good
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STUDE~NTS BOOKSTORE

MI1fIlcANDAILY
Official newspaper at the Univers.ity of
Michiigan.- Published every morning except
Monday durin~g the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
iecond-class matter.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptionm: by carrier or mail, $2.50. Want
ad, stations: Quarry's, Students' Supply
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State
Phones: lusiness. 960; Editorial, 2414.
('omiloiwiieations not to exceed 500 Words in
lengthi, (wr ntices of evenats w16.11be published
in The I)iiv if left at the cOffic in the Ann
Arbor Press B, ldg., or in the notice bor. in the
west ecrri; or of tl:' genergal library, where
the notic, :re collectedi t ; :ooy o'ciock each
evening.
Prrancis 1P. cKiniey. .Managing tEditor
Cohn S. Leonard.......,... Business Manager
E. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor
'rm C. Reid...............Teleraph Editor
Verne Purnett .........elegraph Editor
f. P. Wright.......... .....Sports Editor
J. C. B. Parker .........Assignment Editor
Conrad N. Church.......... ....City Editor
Edwin A. Hfyman ..... ,......City Editor
Lee Joslyn ... ..........City Editor
Gordon D. Cooke...... ... Statistical l ditor
E~dward E. Mack........ Advertising Manager
Ui. Kirk White.......... Publication Manager
Y. R. \litiseler. - Circulation Manager
C.V. Sellers.... ........Accountant.
C. T. Fishleigh . .Assistant Blusiness Manager
T onnlW. ietei IEarl Pardee
LS.3'11 n i . L.Stadel er
Reporters
U. A. izead It. C.IL. Jackon
.olda (Ginsburg !ds Schei mci hot n, Jr.
Linton . 11.iinond 1 . A. Batingarth
B~ruce Sw~aney E. L. Ziegler
W. R. Atlas Frank Taber
Nat ThoinpsoniiIf. Thompson
Phil Pack 11. C. Garrison
Allen Shc enf ild 1. S. Rood
C. TV. Nemnaino
Business Staff
:flbert 1. [lote Roscu,Rau
C. C. Musgrave 1. M. Sutter
K. S. McColl L. W. Kennedy
J. E. Campbell
WE''FDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1916.
Night' Editor.... .. L. S, Thompson
a 1TITlNC OF THE NEWS STAFF
('CAILEI) AT 4 :00()1.)3f. TOD)AY

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DETROI'T UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Pastern time, one hour faster
than local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-S : to a.
m. and hourly to 7:1o P. 1in., 9 : o p. rn.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8 :48 a. 4m. and
every twu hours" to 6:48 p. mn.; to Laning,
F:48 p. mn.
Local Cars, Eastbound--5:35 a. mn., 6.4~o a. m.,
7 :o5 a. ni., and every two hours to 7 05 P. in.,
8:05 P. M1., 9:05 P. n., 10:30 P. 11I. To Yplsi-
.anti only, 8:48 a. m. (daily except Sunday),
9:20 a. Il., :2:05 p. In., 6:o5 p. Ill., 1 1:45 P.
n.. i::ro a.,Iii., I :2o a. in.- 1
Local Cars, Westbound-6 :i2 a. In., 7:50 a.
in., and every two hours to 7:50 p. rUto1020
p. Mn., 12 :20 a. mn.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Organlsed 1869
Capital........... $ 300,000.00
Surplus.......... $ 150,000.00
Resources over .... $3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
Main Office, N. W . Corner-Main
and Huron Sts.
Branch Office, 707 North Univ.
esyAvenue.
COME IN' AND 'TAY OUR.
Chinese Combination Lunch

Selected Editorial_ iiE

TRY
CHAP MAN'S JEWELRY STORE
For A~trm Clocks and Michigan Pins
113 sta. MAIN STREET
Our "Tailor-Made" Clothes Cost Na More
I Than the Average "Ready-Made~
CAN SL E, The Tailor
108 E. Washington St Second Floor
CHOP off a few
minutes andi eat some of
WAIRKING too'
314 S. Slate St. Phone 1244-M l
FIRST NATL. DANK OF ANN ARBORi, MICH.
Capital .$io,ooo Surplus and Profit $$6j,ooo
DIR ECTORS:
WIRT CORNWELr. WALDO AT. ABBOTT
GEO. W. PATTERSON HARRY II. HAWu1:vY
S. W. CLARKSONt IfARRI SON SOU'LE
FRED SCUMID T). 13. SUTTON
TO ~HOUSE3
220 Chapin S t. Phone'809--M

(Harvard Crimson)
The student loafer-and who is not
at least partially one?-would do well
just at this time to read William
James' essay on "Habit." Man soon k
becomes a mere walking bundle of
habits, he observes; the character of
the man. And a habit, acquired in
the next few days of applying one's
self to study at regular intervals for
six hours each day will do wonders in
removing that probation, or bringing
up those grades which must bef
brought up.
Loafing may be a very good thing
or a very bad thing. There are three
varieties of loafing. There is that
which is unadulterated and continu-
ouis, and which soon eliminates one
fronm membership in the university.
There is the kind which is mixed with
a little work; it is; neither work nor
play, but a pale concoction of both.
This kills efficiency, contentment and
self respect. Then there is the val-I
uable sort; it is "scientific loafing."I
It comes in intervals of recuperation
and inspiration between hours of con-
centrated effort. This makes for ef-
ficiency; it makes play more enjoy-
able because earned; and it brings the
maximum of happiness. Scientific
loafing means also scientific working.
And work is not a matter of heroism
and of repulsive "grinding." It is a
matter of habit-and of habit not im-
possible' to acquire in these three
weeks preceding the maid-year exam-1
inations.
GilE TE9 FOR FACULTY1
SIXTH ANNU(AL2'LEAGUlE HOUSE
EVENT TO BE HEM) TOMORROW
IN BA1ROUR GYM1.
In honor of members of the faculty
and their wives, the sixth annual
League House tea will be held to-
morrow afternoon in Barbour gymna-
sium. Girls from 25 league houses, as
well as all girls who are not affiliated
with any definite organization, will
act as hostesses. This includes over[
350 girls, who are taking this oppor-I
tunity of becoming better. acquainted
with the faculty and with each other.
In the receiving line will be a num-
ber of faculty women, and the house-
heads of some of the larger league
houses. Ruth Spencer. '16, of Sweezy.
House, is general chairman.
Th'le conminitee on rra ernites and
house-clubs will meet with represen-
tatives of all league houses this after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock, at Newberry resi-
dence.
tickets for the women's luncheon,
April 1, from their representatives in
the library, this afternoon from 2:00
to 4:00 o'clock.
Senior girls must have copy for se-
nior song to be sung to the juniors at
the Junior Play, in the hands of Helen
Brander, Sorosis House, by March 25.
The second informal tea for senir
women will be held Saturday, March
25, at 3:30 o'clock, in Barbour 'gym-
nasium.
Omega Phi will meet Frida after-
noon, at 4:00 o'clock, at Kappa Kappa
Gamma House.
Adiertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your advantage to trade

TFIE V ALINE OF LOAFING

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Price $1.25
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Michigan has uncovered another rec-
ord-breaking team. Last Saturday at
Buffalo, the two-mile relay team, eom-
posed of Carroll, Donnelly, Murphy
and Ufer, showed a clean pair of heels
to the crack Cornell four, winning in
the time of 7:56 3-5. This broke: the
intercollegiate record held by Yale,
and tied the world's record mnade onl
the same track by a team of the Irish-
A rian A. ('.
It is the samte story over again.
Michig,-an makes her showing onl a
team1 of stars. Craig, Garrels, Rose
and Smith. The list is interminable.
We always place well up in the Inter-
collegiatcs, on the strength of :t few
individuals' performances. Penn and
Cornell gr in o- the strieni th of a well-
balanced team. We lose because we
have no men to take the second, third
and fourth places.
The same coaching staff that devel-
cps the holders of world's records canl
develop a well-balanced team-if they
can get the material
Lectares on11 Road Conistructioni
Edwin Me V augh, representative of
the Cement Manufacturers Associa-
tion, will discuss our highway prob-
lemns in an illustrated lecture en-
titled "Concrete Roads," which will be
given in. room 348 engineering build-
ing today at 4:00 o'clock under the
auspices of the Engineering society.
This lecture will afford anl excellent
opportunity to secure some accurate
information on the subject.

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COMPANY'S
Prescription Store

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$10
TO
$15,
READY TO WEAR

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Shop

SUITS
$15
TO
$2
Tailorod to your
masure

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Detroit Street Phone 457-N4

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LET ME PROVE IT!I

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Medium weight Black and
Brown Shoes for early
Spring wear
Prices from $ 4.00 to $77 7
Complete showing of
Oxfords for Spring
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Iligbie Addresses F resh' Engineers
Prof. H1. H. H-lgbie, of the 'electricail
engineering department, will speak at
the fresh engineer assembly today at
11:00 o'clock in room 343 engineering
building. Prof. Hiigbie will explain
the possibilities that exist in his field
for the engineering college graduate.
Tickets for the. fresh engineer
dance, to be given tonight at the Pack-
ard academy will be on sale, and other
class business acted upon.

WAIIR'S 5tiOF STORES

WORN
THE SAME

MAIN STREE~T

STATE STREET

LENGT H
OF TIME

PHYSICIST CI YES LECTURE
Prof. P. W. liridgnanIt (f Harvard Ex-
plains Interesting Experiments
Prof. P. W. Bridgman of the phy-
sics department of Harvard Univer-
sity spoke Monday afternoon in the
west lecture room of the physics
building on "Properties of Matter un-
der High Pressures." He explained, a
niumber of interesting experiments
during his lecture, showing, among
others, how ice may be formed under
high pressure, even with the tempera-
ture at the boiling point.
Professor Bridgman is a well-known
contributor to technical magazines, his
research work being exploited for the
most part through the medium of
those publications. During his stay
in Ann Arbor he was the guest of
President Harry B. Hutchins and Mrs.
Hutchins.

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ASK FOR and GET
H ULICKW'S'
THE ORIGINAL
-MALTED MILK
Cheap substitutes cost YOU same juice.
Call Lyndon for 4. good flashlight.
TPry Hixson's new stag lunch. 51 2
VTlliams St. F
You can count on extra good music
t Granger's Wednesday and Saturday
.ights from now to the close of the
ollege year.

F ' I V E RECEIVE APPOINTHENTSj
Ionajd L awirence -Gets Principalship
41 Eaton Rlapids Nigh School
The appointment bureau has secured
the following positions for prospective1
teachers: Jessie Spense, '16, will
teach Latin and German in Ithaca;
Christina Brandstetter, '16, goes to
Royal Oak, to teach. mathematics;
Gene Huighes, '16 ,will teach Eiglish
and History in the same place;' Ebba
Trysell, '16, will teach Latin and Ger-
man in Plymouth, and- Donald Law-E
rence, '16, will have the posi tion of
principal' in, the Raton Rapids high
school.

Which shoe do you think would
give you the most satisfaction and
be the most economical?

STRAND
N? 55BLK. N? 605 TAN
Wagner8& Go.'[
s State Street ~
Sale Agent7

SHOES
OF COURSE!

D~etroit Edison Man Speak~s Today
"Electric' Furnaces" is the subject
of a l ectuire to be given by Mr. E. L.
Crosby, -sales engineer of the Detroit
Edison company, at 9:00 o'clock this
morning in room 165 of the chemistry
building. Mir. Crosby will repeat in
substance a lecture which he delivered
before the Detroit branch of the Ameri-
[can Institute of.~Electrical Engineers
at a meeting held two weeks ago.
lli,,z a inlsr AArfw.ivpr, **

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