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LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
Announcement of Standings Places
Campus Organizations Well
To The Fore.
The present standing of the organi-
zations entered in the library voting
contest as disclosed by the official an-
nouncement made last night signifies
that a keen contest is being made
among the participants. The Michigan
Union, the Women's League and the
University Y. M. C. A., the campus or-
ganizations represented in the contest,
are making a good showing, the Union
running third, with the Women's
League in the eighth place.
The contest is still open, any organ-
ization, collegiate or otherwise, being
eligible to enter the race for the 150
volume library. Anyone making pur-
chases at the stores which have com-
bined to offer the library is entitled
to a vote for every cent expended.
Following is a detailed report of the
standing of the contestants to date:
Elks club, 3,500; Modern Woodmen,
3,400; Michigan Union, 3,375; Modern
Maccabees, 3,290; Y. W. C. A., 3,100;
Y. M. C. A., 3,050; Maccabees of the
World, 2,960; Women's League, 2,840;'
North Side Church, 2,900; Knights of
Pythias, 2,800; City Fire Department,
2,735; Odd Fellows, 2,720; Knights of
Columbus, 2,680; First Baptist church,
2,610; L. O. T. M. M., 2,600; M. E.
church, 2,380; High school, 2,360; Per-
ry school, 2,270; Philip Bach school,
2,100; Christian Mack school, 2,045;
Freundschafts Lodge, 2,023; Bethle-.
hem' church, 2,005; Schwaben Verein,
1,995; University Y. M. C. A., 1,870;
Zion church, 1,850; St. Thomas church,
1,830; Elisha Jones school, 1,700; Pat-
rick Donovan school, 1,650; Tappan
school, 1,630; Dixboro church, 1,500;
Bethel church (Freedom), 1,485; Trin-
ity church, (Saline), 1,460; St. Paul's
church (Saline), 1,300; St. Jacob's
church (Saline Township) 1,240; St.
Andrew's church (Chelsea), 1,095;
Emanuel's church (Manchester), 985;
Salem church (Scio Township), 950.
Students "Strike" at Arkansas.
Because thirty-six students of Ar-
kansas University were suspended, as
responsible for an anonymous publi-
cation charging the faculty with dis-
criminating in favor of rich students,
three hundred students "struck" and
declared that they would not go back
to school until the suspended students
were reinstated. The faculty met and
appointed a grievance committee to
confer with the strikers and an amica-
ble agreement is expected.
Prof. Phillips Lectures to Alpha Nu.
Professor V. B. Phillips, of the his-
tory department, addressed the Alpha
Nu Literary Society last even
ing on "The New South." "The
current wages," he declared,
"are about $4 per month, and
represent the earning power of the av--i
erage negro. Emancipation did not
solve the race question, rather it serv-
ed-to change the aspect of the matter."

Dr. Warthin. Delivers Two Lectures.
Dr. A. S. Warthin delivered two lec-
tures in Mt. Pleasant Friday on the
University Extension course, one be-
fore the Central State Normal School
and the other under the auspices of the
Anti-Tuberculosis Society.
* CLASSIFIED ADS. *
STUDENTS YOU CAN MAKE $$$$$$
selling our goods during spare time,
vacations, etc., Household necessity.
Saving 80 per cent. Ready seller. Big
profits. Exclusive territory. Free
Sample. Write for terms. C. H. Stuart
& Co., 75 Stuart Bldg., Newark, N. Y.
82 tf
FOUND
Found--Grey undressed kid gentle-
man's glove for left hand. Owner
may have same by calling at Daily
office between 1 and 2 p. m. and pay-
ing for ad. 107-103
FO SALE
For Sale-Established and growing
law business, library office lease and
fixtures, and family residence in best
quarter in city of 15,000, growing
railroad center and manufacturing
town in richest agricultural section
of Illinois, good up-to-date business.
Owner will stay until March 1st to
start purchaser with clientele. Rea-
sons for sale owner has land inter-
ests. Bargain if taken at once. Ad-
dress Andrew L. Chezem, Mattoon,
Illinois. 104-109
For Sale-A five-horse power Twin
Cylinder, Indian Motor Cycle $125.00.
A 38 caliber, S. & W. Pistol Belt and
Holster $16.00, Army model. Phone
1134-J. 107
For Sale-Old Town Canoe, best quali-
ty, good as new. Phone 619-L.
107 eod 113
For Sale--Bob Sled, carrying twelve.
Phone Kugel, 879-J. 107
WANTED.
Wanted-Cash paid for cast-off cloth-
ing and shoes. Send postal to Rob-
inson, 417 So. Division. Phone 1128-
L 91 tf
Leave your want ads at The East
University Pharmacy, Van Doren's
Pharmacy, The Brown Drug Store and
Quarry's Drug Store before 8:30 every
night for the next morning's issue. tf
All makes of Safety Razor Blades re-
sharpened at Killins' State Street
Hardware. 106-107
Ask to see our Ender's $1.00 Safety
Razors. Killins State Street Hard-
ware. . 106-107
All Safety Razor Blades resharpen-
ed are hair tested at Killins State
Street Hardware 106-107
We print anything from a name card
to a book,-The Ann Arbor Press-
Official Printers to the University, and
by authority, printers of all student
publications-Press Building, Maynard
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and small musical goods.
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