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T H E

CHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
tIiciali hewspaper at the University
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
MANAGING ElDITOI.
Walter H. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGEJR
Albert R. Dilley
THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1912.
Night Editor-Norris A. Milligan.
Spring Concerts.
For the sake of reasons compara-
tively trifling, the spring concerts by
the University band are ini danger of
abolition. The causes assigned for the
removal of the bandstand, as hereto-

The fatal iceberg was more than two
hundred feet high. Its'submerged sur-
face must have been at least twice as
deep. Icebergs usually have a habit
of rising straight from the water. In
this case, and generally, it would take
nothing short of wings to successfully
scale perpendicular walls of ice and
perch upon it until help arrived. De-
spite the desire of our correspondent,
it is evident that nature never intended
icebergs to be used as lifeboats.
* CLASSIFIED ADS. *
FOUND
The 'Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
FOR SALE
For Sale-16-foot Detroit canoe.
Slightly used. Reasonable. 825
Tappan. .,140-41-42
For Sale-Two fine oriental rugs. In-
quire Mrs. Foster, 814 S. University
Avenue, 142

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Wright and Ditson's Strong

100 RACK]

to select from

$1.5 to $8.0
E,-very one Guaraniteed
A'A H K

Ball

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niversity Boolstore

Goods,

Pt entinum

Fortrsdtas

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are agents for the Slot=
ted Throat Rackets.
We have the most com-
plete line in the city.

Whets You Desire

Call and ins ect
before purchasing.'

our goods
All goods

See Ogr Display Window.
;'heehan's
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
TypewritCrs
For Sale or Rent

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0. D. MORRILL
322 So. State Street
RESSED BY HAND AT
410 SOUTh STATE STREET
vercoats Dry Cleaned and Pressed 75c
SUITS PRESSED 25c
OVERCOATS PRESED 25c
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fore' located, are sufficient to support For Sale-A Kohler upright piano in.
a change of place, providing another good condition. Cheap. Phone 1166.
suitable one can be found; but if the 142
conclusion therefrom means no more
concerts at all, those reasons ought LOST
not to prevail. In other words, the Lost-Conklin self-filling fountain pen
benefits derived from the custom, ap- yesterday between Barbour gymna-
preciated by virtually the entire uni- sium and Freeman's Boarding house,
versity, outweigh the disadvantages via N. Univ. and Thayer. Finder
connected with it. As for the matter please phone 1649- J. 142
of annoyance to the few studying in ._
the library, any who choose Friday ev- Lost-New York State Club pin. Re-
ering in the spring, for such purposes, turn to Van Doren's Drug Store or
ought to be confounded. call 1314. Reward. 142
Already Michigan has too great a
deficiency in point of customs and tra- WAT
ditions, which create the distinctive at- Wanted-Several students to sell stock
mosphere of a university. These prac- in well established business. An ex-'
tices have a legitimate place -in edu- cellent chance for hustlers. 142
cation, as well as has application to
study. Because one of the purposes Wanted-By a large real estate firm of
of an institution of this sort, is to Detroit, several students to sell real
graduate men capable of doing things, estate. 142
in the world of affairs, it does not fol-
low that the cultural side of their na- 'Leave your want ads at The East
ture should be neglected. Nothing is University Pharmacy, Van Doren's
more pitiable than the man who is a Pharmacy, The Brown Drug Store and
slave to his work, without any capaci- Quarry's Drug Store before 8:30 every
ty for appreciation in other fields of night for the next morning's issue. tf
activity.
A wise selection of customs and tra- Musical Instrument Repairing, work
ditions in a college or university, can guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
be the means of forming a proper sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf'
foundation for this larger appreciation. ___________
This is the sole justification for the Lindenoid Waterproof and Wear-
picturesque. Particularly needful are proof Sole Leather. Guaranteed. .
these in a school, where many enter H. Lambert, 613 Williams. 136 tf
professional study, without having had {{
a course in liberal arts.-The finest prins
Heneth atiud o te nieri Teyinstpriningoffice of its size
Ifence, the attitude of the untiversity in the state of Michigan-The Ann Ar-
should be one of encouragement, with bor Press, Press Building, Maynard
regard to these customs, band concerts St. Call and see us. Printers of any-
included. Incidentally, such a policy thing from a name card to a book.
will react to the favor of the universi-
ty, when in after life, the alumni recall Are you looking for summer work?
memories of their undergraduate days. See Currie, 224 So. Thayer. 136-142
Icebergs Not Lifeboats. BOAT PAINTS.
In answer to a subscriber who sent A strictly high grade paint for boats.
a communication, in serious vein, ask- Also recommended for automobile
ing why the passengers on the ill-fated bodies, carriages, settees, lawn swings,
Titanic did not use the iceberg as a chairs, benches, or any article exposed
lifeboat, and ride it in safety until to the weather. Made in all the lead-
rescued by some passing ship, a few ing colors-non-fading. Manufactur-
words of explanation might not be ing the paint ourselves enables us to

319 E. Huron

Pbone

IPIe~tirt. tm 1IF atru tea

Platinum

we Do French Dry and Steam CI
PR.ESSING and REPAL
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 76o
FULLER & O'CONNOR Tailors 619
NO

Prortraits of Quality
90oto

THE PHOTOGIMPHER

HENrRY &

err.

Designers of Men's Clothes, will give you the L
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English

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you will find High-Class
es, while you wil taste
an receipts. First time in

HENRY & CO.'711 NU

.5.00 for four weeks,
Strict Cleanliness."

EDWARD R. ROEHIM
240 Woodward Ave.
5th Floor, Detroit, Mich.

MAKER OF
Badges, Novelties, Station-
ery, and Decorations.
We originate andasist i1i
designing emblems for ncv

SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE SUB~
SCRI PTION SOLICITORS easily earn
LiberaI Commissions, also can pick up
extraprize money.s or full particulars
reg~i rdir- gcommissions, prices, free
ad sing matter, sample copies.
address Desk .C 155 Fifth Avenue'
New York 'City.
SPRING HATS
& CAPS in
Dillerent Shapes & Shades
THE LATEST IN
Soft Shirts
With French Culls
Rubber & Slip-on Coats
Varsity Toggery
SHOP
1107 S. University Ave.
E. J. Lohr

Philip

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pro anizations

M6 $5.S

Send for catalog of Phi Beta Kappa Keys
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Cleans
Allything
J. A. GREY. Propri&o

without effect.
The majority of the people know or
ought to know something of the nature
of icebergs and it hardly seems pos-
sible that there could exist in this in-
stitution an intellect massive enough
to conceive and put forth a feasible
theory as the taking to icebergs as a
means of escape in time of collision.

use the very best materials that mon-
vy can buy.
f. H. MAJOR & CO. 203 E. Washin-
ton Street. -2
Motorcycles. Don't forget PIERCE
ARROW Motorcycles when making
your 1912 selection. B. A. Thomas,
County Agent, 1113 Willard. 138 to 146

"The
Little
Brown
Box"

to

Plain or
Cork tip


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and best at the

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laes with a- reputation

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Summer is approaching
Lets both get busy
Seasonable and suitable Tailor-JMade Togs
Aw.gr ns (? rrow ho St ate
All garments made Inour own shops. UVIGil0N E W U *J,6 oii U o Street

up

ST AND BEST WAY.
will furnish strictly reliable
aire Parties, Dances, Observ-
d Private Calls Both Day and
Rates Came as Hacks
axicab Company.
TH STATE STREET

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Just Received
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GILBERT'S
FINE CANDIES
In halvesand pounds. Phone us
your wants.
Vanboren's Pharmacy
702 Packard St.

Detroit United Lines
O1n in formation to Division Superin*
teudent Allen, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit
United Lines, by officers of Varsity or-
organizations, the movement, beyond the
capacity of the regular service, of any
group of students to or from Ann Ar-
bor, rra cars and extra service will be
promptly supplied.

OHIROPO nails, treated and cured. r., R T
CHIROPODY Coe" ra "teilc u fMrs. J . R. T
Everything absolutely an- I PASHIONABLE H
tiseptic. Office hours. 9-12 am. .1-5 and 7-8 pim Hair Goods, Halrdressin
MISS. E. J. FOLEY Face Mass
921-E. Huron Street, End North 12th Rain water Shampoos
2 Blocks East f High School " Phone -$89. 1111# South University
COUSINS & H ALL Focec
CORNER SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE. andMcora
AND TWELFTH ST. Phones 115 CALL ON U

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RANDALL & PACK, Photographers

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