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Official newspaper at the Uni
igan. Published every mornin
day during the university year.
versity of Mich-
g except Mon-
The Season is Here Again
We are in a better position than
ever to supply your wants ia Golt
We are the sole agents for the
Crawford Mc Gregor
Come in and look them over
Golf Balls are much cheaper than
last year. You can buy Balls now
at 50 and 6Se and save money.
OUR LINE IS COMPLETE
est Line of Woolens
oity to select from
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan under Act of Congress of March 3,
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scrip tion price: by carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
. 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
Leonard Rieser.......Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill Music and Drama
Harold Abbott ..................Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson..........Women's Editor
Harold Hippler Paul Blanshard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Leo Burnett Chester Lang
Henry Rummel Jabin Isu
F. F. McKinneyW alter Nye
Carlton Jenks Be:nus Kline
T. Hawley 'Tapping Bruce Miles
P. F. ThompsonEJ. 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
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
John S. Leonard F. G. Millard
IWIJ CO. I
g Merchant Tailors
F UNITED LINES
RBOR TIME TABLE
xpress Cars for Detroit-7:10
urly to 6:io p. m., also 8:I0
Detroit-i :4o a. in., 6 :o6 a. mn.,
o hours-to 6:o6 p. in., 7:06 p.
r., 9:10op. m., and . s - :45 p. in.
only, I I:15 p. mn., 12:1 y p. rn.
I: as a. 8L.
for Jackson-7 :46 a. ta. and
Are the best fitting and
the best wearing Shirts
mad e. The spring styles
sparkle with new patterns,
unique, colorings and novel
effects. $t.5o and up.
EARL & WILSON
Makers of RED-MAN Collars
will always be unwilling to give.There
are exceptions. We state the rule.
The man who today refuses to aid in
a class memorial, will refuse--or neg-
lect-to aid in a larger way later on.
At the present time the senior is as
able to .contribute $2.00 to a class me-
morial as he will be able to contribute
$10,000.00 in his more affluent days.
There are a very, very few, who can
justly plead. poverty. They are the
exception and they can easily be taken
These are serious symptoms, that
the senior laws are showing in .this
memorial matter. Is the university
getting so big, that its most cherished
customs are to fall about our very
ears? Are we to plead poverty in the
face of an institution that is educating
us at less than cost? How are we to
explain? Is it the mere momentary as-
cendency of selfishness?
WVe have just received a large shi
ment of mighty good looking
BASE BALL BATS
Come in and look them over -- our stock
Mitts, Gloves, etc., etc. is complete
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 witl
me, come in and look at ournew 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.
a. m., 6:51 a. m.,
I p. M., also 9:20
COX SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
. MACK & CO.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1914.
209 E. Liberty St.
R. V. Leffle
A. H. Torre
Step in today and select your
Spring clothes pattern and leave
yr R.3. Hofmann
y Myron Watkins
E. C FLANDERS
There will be an important meeting
of the business staff and all tryouts at
Daily office this afternoon at 4:00
The leaving of class memorials by
graduating classes has become a Mich-
igan tradition. Every senior class,
within our memory, has left some sort
of a memorial to the university. Be-
fore we disregard such a tradition, let
us be of a most inquiring turn of mind.
The senior laws on Tuesday after-
noon voted to break the tradition. The
vote was carried by a three-fourths
majority of those present at the class
meeting-=30 in number.
Obviously, 23 members of a class of
215 should not carry much weight in
such an important matter as this.
There is a well defined feeling in
the class that the matter should be
voted on at another meeting.
The Cbabb H
209 SotKhStae Stnr
Gives cleauiz, wholesome boarc
venient place for
,8 r7 i A e f
And Then It Snowed!
I've sung of the coming spring
C. C. I"r'+eeuxS~s.a,
an Chocolates, 80 Cents#
In the Maize and Blue Box
rarsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Botx
Mill Chocolates, 60 Cents The Red Box
'hem in Our OwniClean Candy Shop. They're Simply Delicious.
THE POPULAR PLACE
er Loose Leaf Note Books, Loose Leaf
ny size. Department Paper and Envelopes
FOUNTAIN PEN HOSPITAL
A REAL MEMORIAL.
No one would say that the money
that has been appropriated for class
memorials, has always been spent to
the greatest possible benefit or even
that it has been wisely spent. Many
gross mistakes have been made, but
none so serious as to warrant a dis-
continuance of the custom.
But whatever objections there have
been on this score in the past, were
fully answered and the faults correct-
ed by the 1913 law class. A memorial
fund was established to assist self-
supporting students through the law
department. Surely this is a worthy
precedent! -Surely we can scrape to-
gether $2.00 toward such a memorial!
We believe, along with the presi-
dent of the university, that the time
for the Michigan man to aid his uni-
versity is the present. We also believe
that a loyal Michigan man need not
wait until he is rich in worldly goods
before showing his spirit.,
We believe in the present, because
the man who is unwilling to give now,
Until they called me a fraud.
I've painted gay flowers
And builded sweet bowers;
I think that I'm going abroad!
This column is censored each evening
By a man from the Y. M. C. A.
So I can't even dare
To cut loose and swear:
So the chorus is all I can say:
Etaoin! ! ! shrdlu! * $llldsrw
Aghtye&Ib@(") ***! !II
Etaoin!!! shrdlu!** $"lbllgsyut!!
Say Zu-zu to The Preacher Man
ROCKFORD.-Dissatisfied' with the
length of hc name, Amilia Juozuacui-
tis married Anatnas Zuzuwicuis.-Det.
Figure This Out!
(From the Literary Digest)
"Deserted by his mother, his father
died when he was but four years
STATE ST. CHURCH BULLETIN.
Sermon Tonight at 7:30.
Subject: "The Hero's Chance."
In how many reels?-K. J. M.
"Yes, I tried to get seats for Friday
night's performance, but they were all
I~s B'yYoxr coftkluI'I en.
Vekzt Doren~~s Pharnma cy
340 S. STATE ST.
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FINE TAILORING TRADE
We can and do give you the limit of excell-"
ce in Tailoring, this issue, with a complete
e of up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
Sam Burchfield & Co.
Just received a complete line of SOFT SHIRTS
vith new style collar attached or detached.
Negligees in handsome patterns.
The ADJESTO sleeve Shirt-"Best Ever"
The new BALLMACAAN Coats all sizes.
Ve are Now Featuring
HIRsH -WICKWIRE - Co's CLOTHES
Inspect the New Spring and
Summer models, and your favorable
impressions will be more than con-
Buy Them and Secure
In style, quality, werkmanship and.
service-value. You can't get more
for your money-$2000 upward.
HJ IT up the stroke, mar
class to show speed I
Velvet hits it up mighty
pipe! Selected middle
choicest-two years of a
warehouse - the nature
seasoning -mellowing -
years to let the bite o
-flavor right--make the w
smooth. Velvet hits itt
but sure manner and when
your pipe--well that's the ti
a friend!I Don't forget, two
-"Velvet." At all dealers.
Full two ounce tins
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Ann Arbor Taxicab
New Number is
Wagner & Co.
1107 S. University Avenue.
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