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The Michigan Daily, 1914-02-28

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Official newspaper at the Un:
igan. Published every morni:
day during the university year.

rsity of 'Mich-
except Mon-

STYLES

11

'RING
1914
est Line of Woolens
city to select from

i

Sale
STATIONERY
One Pound Paper and Two
Packages 'Envelopes for
25c

WILD G0.

Merchant Tailors
' UNITED LINES
.BOR TIME TABLE
press Cars for Detrot-7:xo
rly to 6:xo p. m., also 8:xo
etroit-5:4o a. m., 6:o6 a. m.,
hours to 6:o6 p. m., 7:06 p.
> 9: io p. in., and 1o:45 P. in,
nly, xri: 15 p. m., 12:15p. m
00 a. M.
r Jackson-.:46 a. m. and
ito 7:46 p.mi.
ckson-5:t2 a. m., 6:51 a. M.,
hours to 6:51 p. M., also 9:20
M.
COX SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS OF'
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.
IY B. LOWRY
ROPRACTOR
i-ro-prak-tor)
aily. Telephone, Bell 401-J
sting Parlors: Rooms 604-606
: Bldg., Main and Huron Sts.
LRBOR, MICHIGAN

SHEEHAN & CO.
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

I

Lou

IN ALL AMERICA there is no finer,
more attractive or more exclusive as-
sortment of Woolens than is found in
THE SPRING AND SUMMER
LINE OF
ED. V. PRICE & CO,
Yet you can easily afford to have
a suit made to your measure from your
own:choice oftheseliwoolens, and be
one ofthebest dressed.men, in town,
SELECT YOUR PATTERN FOR A
SPRING SUIT NOW

1

Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription rice by carrier, $.5so; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
H. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 2414.
Maurice Toulme.........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson.............Business Manager
H. Beach Carpenter.........News Editor
Fred Foulky............Assistant to Editor
Leonard Rieser .......Intercollegiate Editor
RobertbTannahill..........Music and Drama
Harold Abbott ... ,.... ....Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson...... ....Women's Editor
EDITORIALS
Harold Hippler Paul Blanshard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Louis David.
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett Chester Lang
Henry RummelJaiHs
F. F. McKinney JbnHs
On, Sport Staff
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
T. Hawley Tapping F. M. Church
SASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
'Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
John S. Leonard F. G. Millard
REPORTERS
. 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 H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller Charles Weinberg
Willis Goodenow
BUSINESS STAFF
W. R. Carpenter R. J. Hofrann
W. 'B. Chase' R. V. Leffler
A. II. Torrey R. G. Sheldon
Myron Watkins
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1914.
Night Editor-F. F. McKinney.
HUMOR.
Humor will save the nation
There are many serious minded folks
who have tried to convince us that the
well being of the state depends upon
the initiative and referendum, the re-
call, municipal ownership, socialism,
women's rights or what not.
To our mind, these are but initial
steps in national contentment. Humor
is the thing, humor makes life worth
while, humor is a cushion against life's
brutal realities, against human spleen
and hatred.
Humor will save the nation! Laugh
and Live!
STAFF CHANGES.
A combination of unfortunate cir-
cumstances have made necessary mid-
year changes on the staff of The Daily.
Acknowledgements for faithful service
are due the retiring sport editor
and assistant business manager. It is
with regret that we announce the res-
ignations.
F. M. Church, '14, a metropolitan
sport writer and a member of The Dai-
ly staff for two years, has been ap-
pointed in Gordon Eldredge's former
position. Under his supervision, the
standard of several years' standing
will be maintained.

CAMPUSMILES
Brevita.s est solum wittus-Kant

.

SHIRTS
Are the best fitting and
the best wearing Shirts
mace. The springstyles
sparkle with new patterns,
unique, colorings and novel
effects. $1.50 and up.
EARL & WILSON
Makers of RED-MAN Collars

Selling by the hundred---everybody wants one-"-can't get en
them--all sizes aeapted to all purposes
Price 75c to $3,75 Complete with Index
Name stamped on cover without expense
SUniversity
Bookstore

i. the "Standard
Loose Leaf Note Book

ty

I.

I

Advertising The Col.
If you have a clever thought;
Try the col.
Though you think it good for naught;
Try the col.
If you feel, once a while,
That your writing's of the style,
That will make the campus smile-
Try the col.
-R., P.
-o--
"Since I paid 8 bones for a 5 buck
pair of brogans on State street," growl-
ed little Nemo, "I agree with Prof. W.
H. Hamilton that the motto of mod-
ern business is 'lie was a stranger and
we took him in!'"
-o-
"Having attended the forestry club
dance last night" writes J. S., "I am
firm in my conviction that the forest-
ers are a whole lot better at cutting
timber than at cutting capers.
-0-
And They Call This Humor.
The balcony scene in the glee club
concert was all right, but the balcony
couldn't be seen.-W. N.
-0-
Jim Helme, ex-rube, blows off with
the statement that a $6,000 J hop at
M. A. C. will not make farmers. Farm-
ers, like poets, are born, not made,
and think of the collich devils thusly
created!
-0-
tGreetings.
Ima-Too deep. Nobody home.
E. A.-J. S. beat you to it.
~-0~
Earl Smith, our classy center field-
er, has been made an attractive offer
by Joe Tinker to join the latter's Chi-
cago team in the Federal league. Earl,
however, told several senior fans that
he will not desert the last year's pen-
nant winners-KearneyaState Normal
"Antelope."
Verdict: Earl has brains.

The Chxbb Hou
209 South State Street
OGives 'clean, wholesome board at

per week.

Sa fe driziking wa~ter.

Free -- Trousers -- Fr
We are still giving a pair of extra pants with each o
a Suit or Overcoat at $17.50.
Now is your time to order a suit for Spring and if :
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 to
why not order today.
Remember this offer will
not last forever
E. C. FLANDERS

209 E. Liberty St.

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Ca=

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C~.C.Irreerweg., Pr
Special Agents For
Made in the most sanitary factory in the world. The
we have ever handled. VAN DREN'S PHARMACY

jan Chocolates, 80 Cents
In the Maize and ]lie Box
(arsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Box
Milk Chocolates, 60 Cents The Red Box
Chem in Our OwniClean Candy Shop. They're Simply Delicious.

PI.,LSOwo . r

VSY:

BE
THE POPULAR PLACE

T

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HOOL SUPPLIES

THEg
SMOOT I
TOBA(

" Loose Leaf Note Books, Loose Leaf
size. Department Paper and Envelopes
OUNTAIN PEN HOSPITAL

MUSIC AND DRAMA

"Quo Vadis."

340 S. STATE ST.

a

CHFIELD

&

CO.

The engagement of the spectacular "s d
"Sprig has cub" she said, as she
photo-drama "Quo Vadis" at the Whit- hopped over little Big Sandy, "ad I
ney theater, will be concluded today, wish that the wader would seek its
after a matinee and evening perform- owed level."
ance. The beautiful story of Vinitius'
great love for the sweet Lygia, which NO TANGO-WRESTLING THEN.
turned him from selfish pagan to a Whet Co-Eds Solve Problem of
faithful Christian, is too familiar to be Century.
retold, but it would not be amiss to -
state that in George Moore's produc- -Headline.
tion, the splendor of Sienkiewicz's nov- And what pray, is the diff.
el is preserved. Among the thrilling
scenes are to be noted: chariot races FOR SALE-Choice residence lots on
in the arena, persecutions of the Chris- Church stret. John R. Rood, 1600-J.
tians, and the burning of Rome. 103-114

70' I

FINE TAILORING TRADE

We can and do give you the limit of excell-
ice in Tailoring, this issue, with a complete
ne of up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
our line.
Respectfully,
Sam Burchfield & Co.
OMETOUSFOR HIGHGRADEGOODS
Shirts, Hats and Caps
Mackinaws, Sweaters
Cloves-fur and fleece lined
We also give the Best of Service

P1V INK That's our recipe for tea
'~bite out of good tobacco leaf.
the leaf in the warehouse for two
temperature and ventilation perfe
harshness disappears. A mellown
vails that gives superb flavor and a
news seldom found. This is the g
fashioned way of maturing good k
Velvet is a startling example of
goodness. Sometime when your
burning hot and the taste is fl
Velvet! At all dealers.

Full
J' ra two-Ounce

i1

LOST-An overcoat, outside amphi-
theater of Chemistry building Friday
noon. Finder can exchange for his
coat by calling 1549-L Louis Reisch.

Take your soiled garments to the
Freshman. He "cleans" them. 1112
So. Univ. Ave., Phone 1530-J. 60

LOST- Between Madison and Thomp-
on, and campus a gold open faced
watch. Call R. W. Weeks, 556 S.
State St., Phone 18. Reward. 103
WANTED-College girl to spend about
two hours latter part of each after-
noon carign for a young child. Phone
982-J. 103-4-5

Do your pipes need re
them in-we'll fix the
Shop Billiard Hall, 118.
St. Phone 1721.

I

E.

Diamond mounting, stone
and replacing of sets a special
ler Jewelry Co.

Varsity Toggery
1107 S. University Avenue.

Shop

Portraits,
only studio
& Nickels,

s Por

but you will
y in them"

RANDALL & PAC

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