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" LATEST STYLES
[D COLORINGS
FOR
'RING
1914
pest Line of Woolens
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MIL 4VIQ N .P.AI LY
igan. Published every morning except Mn
Official newspaper at the University of Mielh-
~Mon- day during the univeity xcar.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Mihigan.nader-Act -of Congress of March 3,

STATIONERY

TYPEWRITERS
New, reouilt, and second-
hand,
For Sale,t $'10.00 up
For Rent, $2.00 up
3 mos., $5.00
TY PEWRITI NG
0. D. MORRILLE-Z
Over Baltimore Lunch

STAN DAk
Loose-Leaf Note Book

Offices' Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub.
scription.-price: -by- carrier, $2.so; by mail,
~$3v-.~~ Want Ad:-Stations: Press Brding;
s Pharmacy ; UniversityPharmacy; C.
zDavis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 2414.

One Pound Paper and Two
Packages Envelopes for
25 0
SHEEHAN & CO.

:Maurice Toulme .. .....Managing Editor
Adna Johnson. .......Business Manager
THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914.
Night Editor-Bernus E. Kline.
HiELLO! t
The freshman engineers are, worthy,
cowpeers of their worthy classmates
- of ,the literary department.
It was the fresh lits who inaugurat-
ed the "Hello Frosh" campaign. It
was the fresh engineers who staged
the "Hello Spring" dance. We bow.
Thi. is originality, this is the different,
the new and. the sane.
We shall watch these classes. They
will make history.
THE ROUND-UPI- :

Selling by the hundred.--everybody wants one..oan't get er
them-.all sizes adapted to all purposes
Price 7 ,o $3,15 Complete with Index
Name stamped on cover without expense
University H R'ool

CAMPUSMILES

Elie, mehle, meine mo.-
Goethe.

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only, 11:15 p.,im., 12:15 p. in.
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Step in today and select your
Spring clothes pattern and leave
your measure.

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ACTOR
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Telephone, Bell 401-J
arlors: Rooms 604-6o6
lain and Huron Sts.
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an Chocolates, 80 Cents
In the Maize and Blue Box
arsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Dox
Wilk Chocolates, 60 Cents The eI Box
em in Our OwniClean Candy Shop. They're Simply Delicious.
USY BE
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& CO., M

The Round-Up club has wonderful
possibilities. We know of nothing like
it. We know of no other organization
that calls together one hundred men
from the larger departments for a
discussion of pertinent campus ques-
tions. We have the Union and the
campus society. One is too large, the
other too small. We hope that the
Round-Up club will thrive and prosper
and that others will rise and thrive.1
The Michigan Daily. stands for gen-
eral participation in campus activities.
If we had our wish, every student
would have an activity. Then what
spirit we would have? *
Michigan is but in her youth. The
future has untold surprises. Who can
even guess what the Round-Up club
means to our social order? This is a
spontaneous movement from within.
Watch it!
THE YELLOW CURSE.
There's much to be said against the
"yellows," much more against than
ever can" be said in favor of them.
They are cruelly false, absurdly sen-
sational, they appeal to, the morbid cu-
riosity, they are destructive, they live
by the profits of race hatreds stirred
up by themselves. The business of
"yellow" journalism is a sorry busi-
ness.
But from all this badness, some
good has come. The penny newspaper
came with the "yellows" or as a direct
result of their methods. The modern
news story, short, concise and pointed,
must have been the product of the
war between the ribbon headlines and
the more respectable representatives
of the profession. The American pub-
lic has no time to waste on literary
embellishments in their newspaper
reading. None is lost on the present
style.
We owe something to the "yellows"
at their worst. -
Civil Engineers Will Form Society
With the purpose of forming a Uni-
versity of Michigan branch of the
American Society of Civil Engineers,
the civil engineers of the uni-
versity: will meet this evening
at 7:00 o'clock in room 101
of the economics building. The1
society will be formed in connection
with the Engineering Society, the
chief speaker at the meeting being
Prof. H. E. Riggs of the civil engi-
neering department.

Inspired by the 42 inches of Glee Club
lidvertising on -tie front page of :
yesterday's Daily. 12 inch-
es paid for.
"If you want to be healthy, wealthy,
and wise,
Work like hell, and advertise."
Said "Battle Creek breakfast food".
Post.
Now the Glee club's trip will be dis-
tant and long
In their "transcontinental medley of
song"
From here "to the sun kissed coast."
The singers are healthy,
The manager's wealthy
(I can tell by his satisfied smirk.)"
And the Smiler surmises
That he advertises
But--how much does he work?
Let's Laff and Laff.
"It is the purest folly," quoth little
Nemo, "for a man without laughing
ability to settle in the first row."
--_.
Nobody Home! Nobody Home!
(From the dictaphone of F. F. McK.)
Mush: Why do they keep those
lights burning in U. Hall?
Slush: You rum, that's the lit de-
partment!
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"Having given last 'night's pro-
gramme the once over," said the cynic
last night, "I think that the manage-
ment owes Ldeoncavello two apologies.
One for the song and one for murder-
ing his name,"
No. They Would Have Been There
Ahead of him.
Dear Smiles: Don't you think that
modern song writers are strangely In-
appropriate? Think of writing, "Dix-
ie, all aboard the boat for Dixie," when
the author could just as well have said,
"Ypsi, all aboard the car for Ypsi,"
and had the entire student body fol-
lowing him?-J. A. M.
-o-
Three student councilmen of the
University of Kansas were thrown in-
to, jail, by the orders of the chief of
police.
Chief, we need thee every hour.
"SPOT" NUMBER OF GARGOYLE
WILL APPEAR ON MARCH 20
All copy for the "Spot" number of
The Gargoyle, featuring the theater
with special reference to this year's
Union opera, has now been received
and the issue will be put on sale
March 20. Illustrations to appear in
the current number have been sent to
the engravers preliminary to making
cuts.
The cover design is a multi-colored
spot effect by Edward Maguire, '16,
and vividly portrays the succession of
Union operas in past years.

209 E. Liberty St.

University, School of Mu
Albert A. Stanley, Director
Ilaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A School of Music which offers courses in all branche
highest standards.
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation,
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to gradua1
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, :
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives
ation. CHARLES A. SINK,

It's an old saying that "A ma
known by the eompany he keep
Yes, and also by the clothes he wears. Clothes made to a mi
proportions are a distinct asset, either in the business or social we
Very few of us can afford to ignore its advantages. If you ag
me, come in and look at our new imported and domestic woolens f<
and summer wear. The largest and most complete stock in th
select from-and remember, we make clothes, the best in the v
popular prices, from $17.50 up. Place your order today.
Come in and look, anyway.

E. C. FLANDERS

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Creams and Lotions
there is no excuse for the
chaps.
Quarry Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner

meet all competition in tailoring. Also advantage
ir 20 years' experience as makers of high grade

SHOE REPj
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JOHN H. LAI1
618 EAST WI]
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bor Savings Bank
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irces $3,000,000
kng Business Transacted
Hiscock, Pres., W. D. Har-
s., M. J. Fritz, Cashier

Flowers
Cousaist& Hl
C ho..s Cut Flower.
Fine lot of Palms and Ferns for Decorating
Cor.12thSt.and S. Univ. Ave. Phone 115
FOR RENT-Girl's suite of rooms.
Has rented for $5.00. Will rent for
$2.00 a week for balance of year.
Address X Daily. 113
Read Lyndon's Robin Contest Ad. tf

Sp4iaml A nts Fer
Fal& Fork Dipped 4
Made in the most sanitary factory in the world.
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vate Ambulance. Phone 98. b
The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
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Main St. Tue-Fri
LOST-Tuesday, Roman gold -bar pin.
Rewvard. Call 765-M. 114
Call 15 for Taxi or Limousine. Ut
Quality-Service and Prices 'Right.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. Tue-Fri
Safety razors sharp-ened keen-as-new
2c each. Pay after you try blades.
7 American -Tool-Co, -Dept A.) Columbus
Ohio. Tue&Fri

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