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THR MICHIGAN DAi.L!

THlEIiCIGAN DAILY
OibcilI ┬▒ewspper iutthe University
of 31ichigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-

I

bore Michigan, under Act
grcss of March 3, 1879.

of Con-I

StreetI
hORIFICEI

liv

Walter K. Towers.
IUSINESS WAN ArOEB
AIZoert IL Miley
Want Ad Stations
Press Bnilding; Quarry's Pharmacy;
The University Pharmacy, 1219 S.
U'niversity; Van Doren's Pharmacy,
on Packard Street; The Brown Drug
Store, Mlain Street. Leave adts at
these stations before 8:30 p. m. for
next morning's issue.
Suilnwrlpt~tou price: By carrier, 12.50;
By mnail, $3.00.
OPP'IiCKS Antn Aroor Press Buildfng,
Maynard Street.
OFI FI HOURS: Managing Editor,
1- p. mn., 10:30-11:30 p. in.; Bus-
ltosi Manage(-r. 1-5 p. rn..
Both Phones 00.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 11912.
With the issue of Thursday mornuing,
The .Michigan IDaily -will suspend piub-
lication 11til after the Spring' vaeation

proof that the perception is still (1im1.
Int any business, fully as much as inz
any profession, the man, who has
learned the value of indep-ndent
thinking, wvill eng-age in it better for
having been to a university. For the
energetic, educated man, who does
not affect a superior pose, there is in-
variably a big future.
He probably has as 'much to learn
f'rom experience as ;those wvho mounted
!:he om1c stools at much tenderer
years, but his trdined mind-priu
riularly if in his educatjon,economics and
allied subjects have formed a promi-
nent part--will enable him to inter-
pret experience more appropriately.
There seems to remain still an im-
pression that any exceptional intellec-
tual ;aptness w~ould be wasted in bus-
inesis though not in a profession. Of
modern comimercialism, no idea coud
be more mistaken. For all who are in-
dustrious and capable there are -fitting
niches in this wvorld. Where one be-
gins to climb is a matter' of little mio--
ment; where one' ends Jis the import-
ant thing.

Tennis

Racl

F-or $1.50,$7,00

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100 RACKETS TO SELECT

WAHRS'

VurdIve rsity

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s Spend Your Vacation Out Of Do
Y o~ as p ta rcfla.se a
BseaI& M
rF' rm $1.50 to $8.00 or$9

pdext~arum Fo'rest Ji8

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When YVou fDesire
Prortraits of Qu;

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cents

han's'

)ewri t rs
Sale or Kent.

r)YPEWRITIN (;
0. A. MORRILL
- 3 2 So. IStite StrecAi

AND) ?AIAIN STREFI
vetient place for a.o1r
k anking.

Market
EEMANN
;R IN
k, Ham Poultry Sausage
.1 red '?:0 N. 4th Ave

haHolrTwlAanThe obnoxious, germh generating,
disease disseminating roller towel-is
again in evidence upon the campus.
Two' have been hanging in the gen-
eral library until they. seem to form
an integral part of the wall, save that
the wall looks cleaner than its re-
pulsive decorations. They have been
watched daily and have only been
changed when the official in (har e
seemed to think there was nothing
else left to do.
Another part of the campus-wvhiach
should be free of this variety of towel
is the clinic in the Dental Go]llege.
Here especially, where a premium
should be placed u~pon cleanliness, the
roller towel is used during clinics. It
is someti'mes bad enough to permit
amateur dentists to attempt to set our'
mouths aright, but every possible pre-
caution should be taken to insure
cleanliness and this the roller towel,
with its ever increasing burden of
germs, more or lefts virulent, !does not
do.
Sanitary towels have been installed,
with good results in University haill
and the Michigan Union and there is
no reason why they should not work,
as well in other buildin-s. This is a
menace to the student body and prop-
er precautions should iimmtediately be
a ken3.

t MUSIC AND DRAMA
Faculty Convert,.
The April Faculty Concert will be
given Friday evening of this week il-
stead of Thursdaiy as has been pats-
tomnary. The change of da"*: s is due
~o the fact that- t'_ High School Audi-
torium is to be used otherwise on that'
nigh1t. The program to be given is at
Most attractive one, and will be ren-
dered by Alr. Albert Lockwood, pian-
ist, Mr. William How land, Baritone,
Mr. Saimuel Lockwood, violinist, and1
Mr. Richard P. Hall, "cellist, with ac-,
,ouipaninients by Mrs. G. B. Rhead and
Miss 'Nellie Gouciher. Mr. Hall, -besides
appearing in the Sai-nt-Saeins' Trio, for
violin, piano and 'cello, will also play
the obligato for Wagner's "j'vening
Star," which wvill be sung by Mr, How-
land. The program in full will be as
follows:-
Prelude, A minor.......Debussy
11 Penseroso ........ ........ Liszt-
Fantasie, Op. 49 .,.,. Chopin
Albert Lockwood.
"o ~du mein holder Abendstern"(fromn
Tannhauser).............Wagner
William Howland
Violoncello obligato by Richard P.
Hall

319 E. I -eatr
Fortr~Ats

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HALL BROTHERS 410 5SOUTH
Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed 93c O--ercosts Dry Cicajied
DRESS SUITS PRESSED SUITSP
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I want men whxo w .,at morcy.
Jay E. Currie,
224 S. THJAYI.R ST.

Ibe Au. Arbor
CapitLai Stock 5300,OK
Resources
A (Jeneral Banking IR
rtT'iCRB: Chas. E. 13
'i rrimsau, Vice P'res.:

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COX SONS & VINING
New York
-makers of
Acaulcmic Costume
Capp, Gowns and
floods for all degrees
MACK C O.
Representatives

F latyisurr

F~E

The
armers & Mecharnics Bank
101-103-105 S. M~ain St.
pital $10'1,OO. Surplub Eid PlufitS I,0U
ETROIT IJNII) LINES
t1ween Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackcson
troi Limited-8:13 and W.313 a.m.,. 1113
:13, 4:13, 6:13, and 8:1a p.m.
amazoo Limited--7:46, 9:46, and HAG4t
.m.; 1:46, 3:40, and 5:46 P.m.; Lansing-
:46 p.ri}.
al Cars East Bound-To Detroit, 5:45 a.mU.;
:45 a.mi., and every two hours to 10:45
1.11. To Ypsilanti, 5:45 a.m. and half-hour-
yto -11 :15 p.m. ; also 12:1.5, 12:31) and
2::i3 a.mn. To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
al Cars West iBound iud1 41-" l
rld every two hours to 11 .1-7 p.m.
fr-om

'Concerto' No. 4',' Dmajor ..IIMozart
Allegro;% Andante cantabile;. Rondo
Samuel Lockwood
Accompaniment by Mrs. G. B. Rhead
The lass with the delicate air. Dr. Arn
Bel demeer's Stream ...... Old Irish
Ho!' Jolly Jenkin........... Sullivan
William How land
Accompaniment by Miss Nellie GCouch-.
er.

For Personal reasons I muvst
dis-o'st ( f 1-} $350.00iii"ilOgany
pan iAV ' 1'P f1 in fct-
ory. A splecndid ch1ance to' get a
necw and expensiveistrtnw t fr
the price c1 ac. 1ea p ore.
I .v 11l dt1:iuu-tzate its fLue ac ion
and~ lie: t1'i r1 itona a1<lity (lay or-
ev ining at 621 Forest Av'enue.
$..SO CO if'old at , I1CE, f225 .c0

Four
THE CHO
THE TH(

Trio, F major, Op 18 .... Saint-Saens
Allegro vivace; Andante; Scherzo;
Allegro
Mrs. George B.' Rhead, Mr. Samuel
L.ockwood,- Mr,. Richlard P. H all.

ALMA GLUCK
F1 nurmpr ull

I

It is- a comparatively new ilea that
the 'young .man' without capital who
has his way to make and 'intends to
imtke it in city life, should begin his
career with a university education.
It is remarkable that it should be a
new idea. W~e are just beginning'to
see that preparation for the world in
the university is capable of being
turned to as 'valuable use in business
life as in law or medicine; that such
training widens rather than narrows
the range of occupations. The over-C
crowding of the professionts is positive

)h~jestic Theaiter.
The management of the Majestic
theater has issued anl announcement
relative to the coming attractions at.
the local. vaudeville theater and aF
glarce at the early bookingswill con-
vinc-e anyone with a kn iowledge of
theatricals of the treat in store for the
Majestic patrons.' Next week will
bring~ the latest vaudeville sensation
known as "The Human Fish," Max
Witt and his Killarney Girls, Grace
CWilson a noted stage beauty,' and the
(Continued on Page 3.)'

-MaJ.EsTlc

~' NEVADA VAN
ELISON LANG

Conting Thur..
W4ge Poor Jollies
MC~.4ay. Humaan Flsi

REED FILLER
MARION GREEN
HERBERT WITHEI
LLEWELLYN REN1
Reserve seat
sale at -Sct
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SPRINGG UWTIWES [ All our clothes are
~ fl~J made in our own shops
many morti ins~de. We do not send any
We wBi lay aside your_- --
selecticn. NFA0 E┬░ statee work out of town.11,i

J. WATSQN
nthem, When you are in Detroit next
r J. Watson's work
Detroit, Mich.

F

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caedmy o/ Det plx4
leinen. L tst term be, !s, 'TueiIsay
ce in viii. tirm. For p;wrticuiars call at
purs. 10 to 12 a. mr., 2 to 4 p. xm.

Just Reseive!d
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GLBERT'
FINE CANDIES
to halves and pounds. lia"4oueu
your wamt.
Van borens Pharmacy
708 rackwrd SL

Go'C SMITH
& BROS.

Itl you are not getting your
DAILY regularly, a portal
card to the Business Man-
ager will start somethingI

Mrs. J. R.
FASIIIONABI
Hair Goods, Hifardri
FaceD
Rain waiter! Sbam
1110 South UniVCA

Typewriter.
BallSearing- Long Wearing
Y(ou'll need a Tyepwriter later. Get
,he best now and have it's ii e while in
college Ask ius t~o ,how you
FUELBER & ZEWADI KI

5 and 7 Passenger Cars
Prices Reasonable~
HOME IRPHONEB 452-Blaci
West Huron Street=

FWe Do French Dery and Steam C14
]P ESSING &%ad RElPAI
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 76o
FULE &O'CONNOR Tilors 6191

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