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MICHIGAN

DAILY

MICIIUAN D IY TlE HII'OF

VI
LATEST STYLES
D) COLORINGS
FOR
IN
1914
hst Line of Woolens
city to select from

Il

Text Books
New and second hand. Ex-
change your old books for new.
Draw
We can cave you money by
buying the
Richter Instruments
Look over our sets before
buying.

Log Log arnd Duplex
a Slide Rules
1. 1P NOTE BOOKS
SHEHAN&GO

Official newspaper at ,lie University of MNich-
igan. Published every morning except Mon01-
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan under Act of Congress of March s,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
(quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
I, Davis, Car. Packard and State.
Telephones 960 and 2414.
Maurice Toulme ..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson............ Business Manager
H. Beach Carpenter............ News Editor
Fred Foulk .............. Assistant to Editor
Leonard Rieser........Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill .,.. ..Music and Drama
Harold Abbott ..... ... ....Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson............Womnen's Editor
Harold Rippler EIOIL Paul Blanshard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Louis David.
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett Chester Lang
Henry Rummel Jabin lIsu
F. F. McKinney O pr tf
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
T. Hawley Tapping F. M.. Church
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherw'ood Field Harry Johnson
Myron Watkins
REPORTERS
P. F. Thompson J. M. Barrett
C. A. Swainson D.' R. Ballentine
R. S. Collins Leon Greenebaum
C. L. Kendrick W. A. P. John
E. C. Roth I1. R. "marsh
C. L. Muller Charles Weinberg
Willis Goodenow
BUSINESS STAFF'
F. G. Millard Russell Runyan
W. R. Carpenter lt. J. H-oman
W. B. Chase R. V. Leffler
V. H. Herbert R. G. Sheldon
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1914.
Night Editor-F. M. Church.

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for all departments

DAING~ INSTRUM4ENTS AND
ENGINEER'S SVPPLIES
AIN PENS. etc., etc.

2 for 25, cents
TROY'S BES"TPRODUICT

B

AHR' Univrsty
Bookstore

FUSIC AND D RA11A

WILD GO.

Merchant Tailors
'UNITED LINES
BOR TIME TABLE
press Cars for Detroit-y :ro
rly to 6:1o p. in., also 8:1o
etrit-5 :4o a. mn., 6:o 6 a. tn.,
hours to 6:o6 p. M., 7:06 p.
g: io p. in., and 10:45 P. im.
nly, 11:15 p. mn., 12:15 . in.
00a. rni.
r Jackson-7:46 a. in. and
sto 7:46 p.mi.
.ckson-5 :1z a. mn., 6:5 i a. in,,
hours to 6:51 p. mn., also 9:2o
Mn.
COX SONS & VIKING
72 Maison Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS OF
CAPS, GOANS & HOODS0
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.
1Y B. LO WRY

1AN

STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

n t-F l yl ,'
You pay more In the end W13n you pay1
less In the beginning, Why not buy the. Ij
best clothes tailored-to-Individual order by !
Ed V.IPrice
LET U5 PROVE
THEIR ECONOMY
; O YOU ! ;
$2215U0
and,
upward

elephione, Bell 40'-J
ors: Rooms 6o m-o6
in and Huron Sts,
C H IGA N

jan Chocolates, 80 Cent
In the M aize and Bluge Box
Varsity Bitter~ Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Box
; Milks Chocolates, 60 Cents The Red Box
Them in Our OwnjClean Candy Shiop. They're Simply Dlicious.

THEl,]LAST DITCH
lThe women have pushed us to the
last ditch,
Time was, when mant had unques-
tioned athletic supremacy. The varsi-
ty letter was his because it represent-
ed his athletic supremacy. But there
are some women who would change
matters. We know not why.
The cry of "equal rights" is being
overworked. Sincerity, seems to have
been displaced by shameless grasping
antics. The ultra-modern woman is
too much for us. She seems to want
whatever is not hers, regardless of
reason or justice. Whatever is, must
be hers.
W'e are not among those, who look
upoit woman as a delicate hot-house
flower. We are not ,sentimentalists,
but we, confess that we are having
trouble in associating her with the
athletic ".." What is our woman of
the future to be? Is she to put the
shot, to throw the hammer, to take ov-
er the hurdles? Are the women of the
university to have an annual gridiron
battle with the women of Ypslanfti-
or Harvard? Are the women of the
university to go 18 innings some sun-
ny spring day with the women of No-
tre Dame?
If these things are not definitely
planned for the future, then the wom-
en have no right to ask for the "M"'
or any form of the "M." Of course,
we would not attempt to guess what
the plans are. Nothing is impossible.
We have given up our "Tuttle's," we
have seen our cheering sections ham-
pered by the "fusserm" and those un-
accompanied, we have learned the
manners of the tea party, we have
seen our "hamburgers" invaded. All
these and more, we have seen. Now
we are at the last ditch. We still have
our barber and our "M." We are sen-
sitive about these too.

"The Old Homestead "
Dennian Thompson's perennial suc-
cess, -The Old Homestead" will be
the offering at the Whitney theater to-
day, matinee and night. That sterling
comedianu, i44. L. Snader, will be seen
as Uncle Joshua Whitcomb, and Miss
Annie Thlompson, daughter of the au-
thor and creator of the famous old
New ]I;ngkander, will have the part of
Mrs. Henry Hopkins. In former years
she impersonated Rickety Ann, a part
which wasb written for her. There
could be no more welcome theatrical
offering thian "The Old Homeostead."
C A 311TS I it 11h;1E
---Tfi( ChiiVAsifraterain ityhs purchars-
eel the lot at 611 S. StIate street and
the work of erecting a new h~ome will
soon begin.
--PIrofessor J. S. Reeves, of the polit-
ical science department, is in Rich-
mond, Indiana, where he is visiting'
relatives. He will return Tuesday
morning.
-Professors Davis, Berry, Whitney
and Breed of the educational depart-
mient will leave Sunday for Richmond,
Va., to attend a convention of the Na-
tional. Educational Association. They
will be gone all next week.
--4iwing to Paderew)ski's ;ap prance
on the choral union program on Mon-
day evening, March 2, the senior l it
"soft-collar" dance, scheduled for thaw,
night, has been indefinitely postponed.,
It will probably be held later in the(
spring.

Gives clean, wholesome'board at

per 'week.

S&Afe dritikiing wiAor.

Free - -Trousers-- Fr
We are still giv-ing a pair of extra pants with each of
a Suit or Overcoat,at $17.50.
Now is your time to order a suit for Spring and ifi
not care for the trousers the same as the suit we will ma'
a pair of white serge or flannel without extra charge to y
An extra pair of pants make a suit wear twice as lc
why not order today.
Remember this offer will
not last forever
Ew C FLANDERS
209E. Lberty St. cosfo o
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I C C. Freer'w n.Prop:
Spscial A rnts For
Fal s Fork Dipped Choce
Made in the most sanitary factory in the world. The bestt
we have ever handled. VAN DOREN'S PHIARMACY, 703

29 SO~ith Steleto Street

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THE POPULAR 'PLACE

SCHOL SiU P PLIE S
ather Loose Leaf Note Books, Loose Leaf
any size. Department Paper arid Envelopes
FOUNTAIN PEN HOSPITAL

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NWSPECDIVIVS RI1MIVI-G
Many new specimens are beinig daily
received by the science departmeat to
replace those which werve burmed in
the Mtiason hall tire last year. Many
collections were almost totally de-
stroyed, and it has entailed much work
on the part of the various professors
of the department, to secure the need-
ed specimens.
Uiv ersity May Need Another Truack
Purchasing Agent Loos states that
100,000 pounds of freight. has been
handled by the university truck in the
past ten days. Such a constant drain
upon the sĀ°ervices of the truck may ne-
ce.sytate the purchase of a new ma-
chine.
Myers and Muckley )Vin Bi dge Series
Muckley and Myers won the Union
bridge' tournament last night at the
lounger with a score of 17,272. Kaley
and Neilson were second with 16,631,
and McIntyre and Corwin stood third
with 15,336. The consolation prize
went to Chizum and Rtieser who had a
total of 3,242.'

Found-Summer work. Guaranteed,
salary basis. Call 359-M for ap-
pointment or at 600 E. Liberty be-
twveen 3:00 and 4:00 p. in. daily or,
any time Saturday. 95

i'iIReAecan
Liberty and Wain6
A' most convenient plat
banking.

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Do your pipes need repairingi Bring'
them in--we'll fix them. Tobacco
Shop Billiard Hall, 118-120 E. Liberty
St. Phone 1721.

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We can and do give you the limit of excell-
x in Tailoring, this issue, with a complete
e of up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
our line.
Respectfully,
S'am~ Burchfield & Co.
IMETO Us" FOR"IllN H IHGR AD0E GOODUmS
Shirts, Hats and Capsaci ws S etr,
Cloves-f ur and fleece li"ne

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T HIS tobacco is a friend just
'~before the exams. You want
concentration and you want it bad
--smoke Velvet and youi'l get it!
Velvet tobaco-the finest leaf-aged
over '2 years-time mawtures the leaf as
nothing else can. Time develops a.ml
lowness and flavor that are rare ind, ed,
Ther~e is no bite i Velvet! Fi.1 your
pipe with this tobacco-theni yOM wil
appreciate why we named it AVellvealr's

Full
2 Ounce Fins

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Best shoe shine, hat cleaning
blocking next -to Wagner's.

aLnd

We also give the Best of Service

Haller Jewelry Co. for fine watc
and Jewelry repairing.
Lenses duplicated. and eyeglass(
repaired at Haller Jewelry Co.

Varsity' Toggery,

Shop

Po you need a~pipelI Come In and
get a Frank: pipe chaeap-i-I off on allj
rneerscha urns, calabash and briars-
v,' arette tubes and cigar holders--
dur-ing February! .'t'obacco Shop Bit-
liard halt, 118.120 East Liberty St.

1107 S. University Avenue. ' '

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