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Official newspaper at the University of
MTichiigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
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ply Store; The Delta, cor. State and Packard.
Phones: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
Communications not to exceed 300 words
in length, or notices of events will be pub-
lished in The Daily if left at the office in the
Ann Arbor Press Bldg., or iA the notice box
in the west corridor of the general library,
where the notices are collected at 7:30 o'clock
John C. B. Parker..........tManaging Editor
Clarence T. Fishleigh.. Business Manager
Conrad N. Church ..............News Editor
Lee E. Joslyn ............... .City Editor
H-arold A. Fitzgerald........ports Editor
Harold C. L. Jackson......Telegraph Editor
Verne E. Burnett...........Associate Editor
Golda Ginsburg.............Women's Editor
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L. S. Thompson.I A. Baumgarth
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Allen Schoenfield C. M. Jickling
Marian Wilson D. S. Rood
Bernard Wohl J. E. Robinson
Paul E. Cholette Harry R. Louis
E. 'Reed Hunt Harold J. Lance
Earl F. Gansehow Walter R. Payne
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1916.
Night Editor-J. L. Stadeker
DEAN HINSDALE'S ADDRESS,
Dean Hinsdale's address at Convoca-
tion yesterday afternoon proved to be
more a plain, commonsense, interest-
ing talk than an oration couched in
lofty phrases. He spoke right to the
students, and not for a Moment were
his words above their heads. His ad-
dress concerned intimately the great
majority of his listeners. His words
were advice and counsel, not given
patronizingly or dictatorially, but as
man to man, to persons whose careers
are in the making. "Personal Econ-
omies" was the title of the dean's talk.
Personal economies in money, time,
and health were those stressed. It
was a broad, forceful talk, with enough1
of the sympathetic, human element in
it to level the learned professor to the
plane of the illiterate student.
This is the kind of address that may
best be enjoyed by regents, faculty,
and students in conclave together.
This is the sort of talk that best
serves to draw the three factors into
one solid unit. It is this type of ad-
dress that we hope Convocation ora-
tors will adopt in the future.
D. Dicker, M. Murdock,
F. Beach, R. Kerr,
E. Stahl. C. Benner,
W. Tippy, D. Decker,
all have mailheld at the
Kindly call for it.
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Nomatter what your course.
_ Ma azinz s arxd PN0oes
No matter.what your taste.
- Sportimg Goods
No matter what your game.
S UNIVER.SITY BOOKST ORES
V T H' thoughtless talker is like a
blank cartridge. He makes a loud
niebut never hits th' target.
4When you stop to think, it's
little wonder that VELVET is
II so good. Every bit o.f it has
been naturally aged for twoyears,
Annual Y. W. C. A. banquet will take
place at 6:00 o'clock this evening in
All notices for this column must be
signed and left in the box in the read-
ing room of the Library by 1:00 o'clock
of the day preceding their appearance.
Glee club tryouts will be held Mon-
day afternoon from 4:30 to 6:00
o'clock, in room 7, School of Music.
Mandolin club tryouts will be held
Monday from 5:00 to 6:00 o'clock in
the parlors of the gymnasium.
The increased enrollment, due to the
fact that sophomores as well as fresh-
men are required to take gymnasium
work, and that many upper class girls
have elected the work, has made nec-
essary the addition of 200 lorkers to
those already installed.
House of Representatives of the Wo-
men's league will meet this morning
in Barbour gymnasium.
STUDENTS IN NEED OF WORK
SHOULD APPLY AT Y. X. C. A.
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Branch Office- -
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THE FOUNTAIN of YOUTH
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State Street Corner of Liberty
Odd jobs await the coming of many
students, who are desirous of find-
ing work to do in their spare mo-
ments, at the Y. M. C. A. employment
About two-thirds of the applicants
for jobs who left their names at the
employment office and have not yet
succeeded in finding work, failed to
leave a schedule of their hours in
school, thereby making it impossible
for the men in the office to provide
them with jobs. These men should go
to the employment office at once and
fill out the application cards accord-
ing to the specifications of the em-
213 E. Liberty St.
)ur Salesmen Are Out
Buy of them and get a $35.00 suit
or Overcoat at $21.50 and up
Cornell: The failure of the student
body of Cornell University to pat-
ronize the 1916 musical festival has
resulted in the abandonment of the
plans for next spring's festival.
Iowa: The state college has introduc-
ed an innovation in the program of
football games by having their Var-
sity quartet sing between halves and
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THE ARBOR HOUSE
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Private dining roots or tables available
to clubs or goups.
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We have just received a beauti-
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The university has an en-
of 165 students in its
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THE SATURDAY EVENING POST
Ladies' Home Journal, $1.00 for the
pool YEAR. 'Phone your order now.
offlet's News stand, 110 E. Washing-
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Davis can shoe you, hat you, suit
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For rainwater shampoos call at Mrs.
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R. Trojanowski, side entrance, 1110
Leave your film at the Delta.
oct3 to 29
K. L. Wilkins is confined to the un-
iversity hospital with the diphtheria.
Dr. Cummings of the health service
reports the case well in hand.
Wm. F. Zingg, '18E, is a victim of
the typhoid epidemic- Zingg contract-
ed the disease at his home, Bay City,
before he entered college this fall.
H. H. Flemming, '17E, of South
Orange, N. J., came to Ann Arbor with
the infantile paralysis. The doctors re-
port his case as progressing nicely.
Prof. Brumm Speaks in Detroit
One of the most important celebra-
tions of Angell Day was held in De-
This shoe is ideal and season-
able with the wearing qualities
Made up in brown and black
Yale: According to the report of the
treasurer of Yale University, the
school now has an endowment of
$18,431,444.64. Of this $2,256,356.69
was received during the last fiscal
Columbia: Enrollment this year ex.
ceeds that of last year by 2,000 stu-
Pennsylvania: A "Rogues' Gallery",
has been instituted in the scientific
school this year. Before a student
can register now he must have his
picture taken and hand it in to be
kept on file with his other credent-
The University of Iowa has distribut-
ed 115 Whitney Carr scholarships
this year to needy students of the
university. E a c h scholarship
amounts to $20.
Brown: A course in Portuguese
language and literature has been
added to the curriculum of the un-
Iowa: A $35,000 clubhouse is being
built at the university to be used for
ine entertainment of visiting teams.
It will contain a tile swimming pool,
trophy room, reception hall, dress-
ing room, lockers, showers, and'
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Editor, The Michigan Daily:
"Iron and steel are strong, so they are,
Love such as our love is stronger by
Iron and steel change shape when
Love such as ours, who'er can change
No friends, this doggerel did not
emanate from the psychopathic ward;
it did not flow from the pen of an
illiterate freshman; it cannot be just-
ly imputed to Laura Jean Libbey. It
is the translation of the last stanza
of the Brahms classic, 'Von Ewiger
Liebe" offered by the University Musi-
cal society in its program of the
If this be art, give us Broadway, the
Cherry Sisters, or the "Maj!" But
why not appropriate a small fraction
of the velvet from the 2.0 per cent
raise in the price of seats (with music
the one commodity which costs the
producer less than usual) and proa
cure the services of an editor with
some sense of the fitness of things,.-
Tom Lovell, for instance? .
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State Street-At head of Liberty
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) South Main St.
oct3tf troit yesterday, when Prof. John R.
Brumm, of the rhetoric department,
cards. gave an address at the Detroit Cen-
t8 to 29 tral. High school.