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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Eastern time, one hour faster
an local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-8:1o a.
. and hourly to 7:10 p. m., 9:io p. m.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. m. and
rery two hours to 6:48 p. m.; to Lansing,
:48 p. m.
Local Cars, Eastbound- 5:35 a. in., 6:40 a. i.,
:05 a.,in., and every two hours to 7 :05 p. tn.,
:05 p. m., 9:0 p. in., 10:50 p. m. To Ypsi-
nti only, 8:48 a. n. (daily except Sunday),
:zo a. M., 12:05 p. in., 6:05 p. In., 11:45 Y
1. :so a. n. , i:ro a. mn.
Local Cars, Westbound-6:i2 a. M., 7:50 a.
., and every two hours to 7:50 p. In., 10:20
M., 12:20 a. m.
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For Athrm Clocks and Michigan Pins
113 SO. MAIN STREET'
Our "Talor-Made" Clothes ost No More
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108 E. Washington St Second Floor
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SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1916.
Night Editor--E. L. Ziegler
By adopting the recommendations
of the Student Council concerning the
senior classes memorial fund, the se-
nior engineers have put themselves on
record as a progressive class. This
is a long step ahead, and, in time, will
prove a big asset to the university.
There is always a need for money in
institutions of this kind, but the great-
er need is for a fund without strings
to it. This plan promulgated by the
Council provides for this very thing.
It offers a fund free from stipulations,
to be used at the discretion of the
president of the university and the
president and secretary of the alumni
The present system of memorials is
a relic of bygone days, when there
was no university, but merely a col-
lection of schools and colleges. The
tendency now, as evidenced by the en-
gineers, is to subordinate the class to
the university-to put Michigan above
the College of Engineering.
ALPHA NU HOLDS INITIATION
Conduct Ceremonies at Reguar Meet-
ing' of Literary Society Frday Night
At the regular meeting of the Alpha
Nu literary society, held Friday night
the following 10 men were taken into
Elliott M. Bender, '19, George D.
Casto, grad, Earle F. Gasar, '18, Eu-
gene Given, '19, Harley C. Keen, '19,
Joseph D. Menchhofer, '18, Harold M.
Reeves, '18, Samuel D. Risley, '19, J.T
Ellsworth Robinson, '19, Harold A.
Spiller, '19. Following the ceremonies
the society adjourned to Bloomield's
for a banquet.
DISCUSS PLANS FOR FORMING
OF NEW WOODROW WILSON CLUB
At a meeting of the committee in
control of the old Woodrow Wilson
club at Michigan, held at the Union
last night, the plans for the organiza-
tion of a new club were discussed.
The preparations for a smoker, to be
held in the near future, were left in
the hands of a committee. Prominent
Democrats of the state will speak
at the smoker and the officers for the
new club will be elected.
State and Huron Streets
10:30-Last address on Thoughts from
Nietzsche: Christianity the Enemy
of Strong Manly Life.
11:45-Mr. Geo. C. Claassen before the
Social Service Class on Needed Law
6:30-Young People's Society meets
with Mrs. II A. Jewell, 525 Elm St.,
for picnic supper and discussion.
SUNDY SERIES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
150 Brand New (This Year's)
to Select from - and Everyone Guaranteed
Price: $1.50 to $10
First Congregational Church
At 10:30 o'clock Rev. Chester
Emerson of Detroit will speak.
To 'Victor Owners
First Baptist C~hurchl
Rev. John Mason Wells, preaches at
10:30 o'clock on "Circe's Palace or
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Services at 10:30 o'clock.
At 10:30 o'clock Rev. R. S. Loring
speaks on the theme "Thoughts from
Nietzsche; Christianity as an Enemy
of Strong Life."
of McCormack, Amata, Hepipl, Matzenaur and Werren-
rath are to be had for the Victor Victrola
We Have A Complete Stock
Chureh of Christ (Disciples)
Rev. Geo. W. Knepper's theme
10:30 o'clock will be "Memories
Cnivert !frdlfdusic S)ouse
Corner Maynard and 'William Streets
Methodist EpiseOpal Church
Morning service at 10 :30 o'clock will
be conducted by Prof. M .Simpson of
the Anti-Saloon league.
Mother's day will be observed in the
10:30 o'clock service.
Jewish Student Congregation
Milton M. Alexander will speak on
the subject "The Jew's Day of Oppor-
A Necessary Consider-
ation in Modern
See Practical Kits
For the BEST
Rev. Henry Tatlock will
10:30 o'clock service.
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Teachers of Commercial
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THE RELIGIOUS 'FORUM
fly the Frater
The ever present problem of the
use of the Sabbath has claimed the
attention of the readers of the Daily
for the matter -has been argued pro
and con by several correspondents
who have taken a stand on the man-
agement of Ferry Field. Custom says
that the gates of the field should be
closed on the first day of the week,
while the radicals demand that the.
grounds be open for the use of the
students seven days in the week. It
is a very fortunate thing that neither
of the men in stating his argument
has brought religious preference into
Ilowever, religion has something to
say in the matter. Christ met. that
same problem in his own day when
custom had' a greater hold on the life
of the people and when men won, de-
bates by saying that things had al-
ways been done in just this way. The
great interpreter of life brushed aside
all the prosy arguments of the day
and laid down the one great princi-
ple upon which every good Christian
should base his action: "The Sab-
bath was made for man, and not man
for the Sabbath." The one end that
determined the use of the Sabbath as
it was defined in the mind of Jesus,
was man's spiritual growth, and the
minor matters of customary action
must go by the board.
The trouble with most of us is that we
are not willing to face the question of
Sabbath use on the higher plane of
our manhood. We are living such
thin lives that we cater to the surface
things which make their appeal but
for the moment. Some fellows resemble
the wave as it comes "flashing up out
of the general level, catching the sun-
shine as it leaps and crowned with its
spray. We look again for it and
where is it? It has sunk again into
the indistinguishable level of the sea."
The solution of this problem remains
with the stout, not the thin souls. If
in the face of the larger aims and
ideals of manhood the Sabbath ought
to be spent within the confines of
Ferry field, let us open the gates. If
not, let them be kept closed. The
question ought to be solved on the
basis of real manhood, not on the
grounds of custom. Only a thought-
ful man or a group of earnest men
can make such a decision.
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with Arnold & Co., Jevelers, 220 S. Main St
Straw Hat Day
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CIVIC ASSOCIATION INVITED
TO MEET CHARTER COMMISSION
The charter commission of the city
has extended an invitation to the offi-
cers and members of the Civic associa-
tion to meet with them Tuesday eve-
ning, May 16, at 7:30 o'clock in the'
The reason for holding this meet-
ing is that the charter commission
wishes to obtain suggestions from the
people at large as to the drafting of
a new charter.
Saginaw Club to Rent Room in Union
The Saginaw club voted yesterday
to rent a room in the new Union build-
ing as soon as its construction is
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completed. This is the first movement
of* what will probably be a general
action among the sectional clubs to ac-
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