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Un isply
THE LATEST STYLES
AND COLORINGS
FOR
1914
.argest Line of Woolens
the city to select from

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Special
Sale
STATIONERY
One Pound Paper and Two
Packages Envelopes for
2Uo
SHEHAN&Got
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan. Published every morning except Mon-
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan finder Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$ y3.00. 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 Foulk..............Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church................Sports Editor
Leonard Rieser ......Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill........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 Runmmel Jabin Hsu
F. F. McKinneyf Walter Nye
On Sport Staff
Carlton Jenks Be nus Kline
C. Hawley Tapping Bruce Miles
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field % Harry Johnson
John S. Leonard F. G. Millard
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 H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller J. F. Jordan
Donald Sarbaugh D. A. Wallace
Willis Goodenow
BUSINESS STAFF
W. R. Carpenter R. J. Hofmann
W. B. Chase R. V. Lefflerf
A. II. Torrey R. G. Sheldon
Myron Watkins1
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914..

!TYPEWRITERS ~
New, reouilt, and second.
hand,
For Sale, 1 $10.00 up
For Rent, $2.00 up
3 mos., $5.00
TY1P E W ITING
0. D. MORRILL -,
LOver Baltimore Lunch

"Wonder, Winner, World-B
vs AA NA

Loose-Leaf Note Book

CAMPUSMILES

Du gleichst den Geist den du
begreifst.--Goethe.

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Selling by the hundred--everybody wants one--can't get enough
them---all sizes acapted to all purposes
Price 75c to $3,75 Complete with Index
Name stamped on cover without expense
University W A 1 R'S os
It's an old saying that "A Man is
Known by the Company he Keeps."
Yes, and also by the clothes he wears. Clothes made to a man's own
proportions are a distinct asset, either in the business or social world.
Very few of us can afford to ignore its advantages. If you agree with
me, come in and look at our new imported and domestic woolens for spring
and summer wear. The largest and most complete stock in the city to
select from-and remember, we make clothes, the best in the world, at
popular prices, from $17.50 up. Place your order today.
Come in and look, anyway.

, will O*
ig Merchant Tailors

OIT UNITED LINES
IN ARBOR TIME TABLE
nd Express Cars for Detroit- :io
nd hourly to 6:io p. mn., atlso 8s10
for Detroit-5:40 a. m., 6:o6 a..m.,
y two hours to 6:o6 p. M., 7':o6 p.
Sp. m., g: i o p. mn., and 10 :45 P. m.
lanti only, 11:15 p.an., :2:15 p. n.
in., z:oe a. m.
ars for Jackson-7:46 a. t. and
ro hours to 7:46 p.,in.
for Jackson- :a a.m., 6:51 a. m.,
y two hours to 6:51 p. m., also 9:20
S:15 p. m.
COX SONS & VINING
72 MadIson Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS Or
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered froi
MACK & CO.
OTHY B. LOWRY
CHIROPRACTOR
(Ki-roprak-tor).
rs 1-6 daily. Telephone, Bell 40-J
d Adjusting Parlors: Rooms 604.606
.i Bank Bldg.,Maiu and Huron Sts.
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

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It's The Old Army Game.
Come, Reggie, get your coat and hat,
The taxi will not wait;
The 'topsy turvy" dance is on,
Make haste, or we'll be late!
I have your pumps and handkerchief-
Your eyebrows are divine;
Your suit is pressed, your hair is
dressed-
Make haste, it's ten to nine!
They Arrive at Barbour.
Allow me dear, to take your arm,
Although I know it's wicked.
She Fumbles.
Oh, Reggie, loan me fifty cents-
I've gone and lost my ticket!
Note: As usual, Reggie is the goat.


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IN ALL AMERICA there is no fin
more attractive or more exclusive a
sortment of Woolens than Is found
THE SPRINR AND SUMMER
LINE OF
ED,.V, PRICE & CO,
t Yet you can easily afford to hai
a suit made to your measurerfrom yo
owl choice of ~these woolens, and
oneof thebest'dressed men in tow
SELECT YOUR PATTERN FOR
SPRING SUIT NOW

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E. C. FLANDERS

209 E. Liberty St.

Across trom Russell's
Conectionery store

SMUT?

"No man is mole to be pitied,"
Little Nemo last night, "than he
claps at the wrong places at ac
cert."

said
who
con-

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ichigan Chocolates, 80 Cents
In the Maize and Blue Box
Varsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
SIn the 'White Box
of M. Milk Chocolates, 60 Cents The LRed Box
Ve Make Them in Our OwniClean Candy Shop. They're Simply Delicious.

BU S

THE POPULAR PLACE

Commercialized vice is bad. Cater-
ing to the evil in men's minds is dis-
gusting. The odious story, the sug-
gestive novel, the common play are
all wrong. And when this is brought
home to us in an attempt to over-es-
timate the evil in our own minds by
putting indecent acts on the boards,
we balk. The Michigan man is no
seraph, but he is clean. Don't make
the mistake of trying to appeal to him
with the suggestive. Indecency on the
stage may find low-minded approval
in city burlesque, but we are a com-
munity of college men. And women.
We respect our women. The natural
chivalry, innate in the gentleman re-
volts at this commercialization' of in-
decency. We will not stand for hay-
ing our own minds misunderstood. We
are clean minded. Don't forget that!
WHAT THE PUBLIC WANTS!
Does smut pay? Can the "yellow"
journal, the suggestive writer, the low-
minded story teller, or the common
play succeed?
Never, from a moral standpoint. We
have everyday examples of the appar-
ent economic success. It is apparent
only, unstable, temporary, a bubble, a
local whim, a success for the moment
only.
There are those who say the public
wants the immoral show, the indecent
story, the libelous newspaper. Bah!
We refuse to subscribe to such. It's
the cheapest of excuses.
The man who peddles smut does so
at his peril. His appeal is narrow,
purely a class appeal, to begin with.
The clean man and woman will be
blinded by the tinsel for the moment
only. The class he interests is a fick-
le class, a dangerous class, a class
without loyalty, without friendliness,
without "good will." And what is a
business without "good will"?
Indecency does not pay--financially
or morally. At heart society is clean.

Bathroom Comedy.
Doc: Somebody's been using my

ette.
Dutch: How do you know?
Doc: It's clean.
From the Legal Funnibone,
Item in the Brownville Clarion: A.
J. Trover caught a 19 pound pickerel
yesterday. Query: Does Trover lie?
-S.S.D.
Vous Avez Ralson, J. S.!
"Even the cold weather," writes J.
S., "is a blessing in disguise. One
sees less of these campus personages
on bicycles."
---
Many a man thought he had a home
made, until the invite to the topsy tur-
vy dance didn't materialize.
Well, women are naturally shy.
LEONARD TALKS SUNDAY ON
TREATMENT OF CRIMINALS

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Do not neglect
of these

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March

Winds

Gil- I

fleet
good
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rthe

OF ALL

SHOES AND OXFORI
All Dorothy Dodd, Red C
and Pingree Shoes and O:
priced regularly at $3.50,
$4.50, and $5.oo (every shoe
store) will sell for

FINAL CL

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University School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
flaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A School of Music which offers courses in all branchee of m
highest standards.
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or the
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full it
ation. CHARLES A. SINK, Seeret

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There are so many
preparations in

$2.98

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Creams and Loti

AIL ORS TO MEN
OUR SPECIAL $30.00 SUITS
HAVE
U ALITY that
UA LIP YS
UI CK L Y

I N University Ave.

HENRY

& cO.

James A. Leonard, of Mansfield, 0.,
president of the American Prison Con-
gress, will deliver an address on, "The
Treatment of Criminals" in the Meth-
odist church at 7:45 o'clock Sunday
evening. This is one of the regular
Wesieyan Guild series lectures.
As superintendent of the Ohio state
reformatory he has had actual expe-
rience in prison work, and has deliver-
ed many lectures on this subject.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Junior engineer track candidates
for relay team report to Rowe in gym
at 4:30 today
Senior record slips must be filled
out and sent in to the Michiganensian
management before Sunday.
J lit basketball men report tonight.
Game called at 8:00 o'clock.
The Loungers will meet this even-
ing at 7:30 o'clock at the Union.

Quarry Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner

pp

there is no excuse for
chaps.

SHOE REPAIRS?
FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
JOHN H. LAMBERT
613 EAST WILLIAM
Otliclal shoe Doctor to Michigan's
Football Team

Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Stock $3oo,ooo Surplus $ioo,ooo
Resources $3,000,000
eneral Banking Business Transacted
Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., W. D. Har-
in, Vice-Pres., M. J. Fritz, Cashier

Cou Sins ( He'l
Cho .e. Cut Flower.
Fine lot of Palms and Ferns for Decorating
Cor. 12thSt and S. Unit. Ave. Phone 115
Pass the Rest, Try the Best
Fresh hone-made candles, crackerjackU
and fountain drinks at

als Fork Dipped Chocolates
Made in the most sanitai y factory in the world. The best candies
we have ever handled. VAN DOREN'S PHA RMACY, 703 Packard St.
IL 'I

ANN ARBOR DYE WORKS
ARTISTIC FRENCH DRY AND
STEArI CLEANERS

Phone 628

Consolidation

204 East Washington
ANN ARBOR DYE WORKS
6. H. KUHN

11

UNIVERSAL CLEANING WORKS
T. E. WAHL

WE CALL AND DELIVER

11

MAC'S

613 E. Liberty

TANGO
SHIRTS
are an revening
dress necessity.
The bosoms are
tucked, puffed,
pleated or "mush-
room." $2.00 up.

$ D. Kinne S. W. Clarkson H arrison Soule
President Cashier V. President
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Ann Arbor. Mich,
Capital $ioo,ooo.
Surplus and Profits, $65,ooo
Are you going to paper, paint or do
any kind of decorating? If so we can
do the work at once. Major & Co.
eod-Sun
Safety razors sharpened keen as new
2c each. Pay after you try blades.
American Tool Co., Dept. A., Columbus,
Ohio. Tue&Fri

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u~Lniversty. m1usic 1rouse

PRESS IBVLDING

MAYNARD ST.

Special Price on

OPERA

scc

OF
Cultuore
Crimson Chest
Koanzaland
Awakened Ram

Powdered dancing wax, just what j
you want. Major & Co. eod-Sun

r 'mo'w !l Oil

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