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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at t:he University of Mich-
gay Published every morning except Mon-
dasy during the university year.

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STYLES

FOR

'RING
1914
est Line of Woolens
city to select from.

"$$oil.
Tbe Season is Here Again
We are in a better position than
ever to supply your wants in Golf
We are the sle agents for the
Crawford Me Gregor
Clubs
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

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REMEDY FOR THE BLUES

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Take a nice shave, a clean bath
and put on a suit of clothes
tailored by Rd. V. Price Co. It
will subtract a few years from
your looks without reducing
the size o f your pocketbook
very much. A sure cure gtuar-
teed. Try the remedy.

Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan nnder Act of Congress of March 3,
z879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Buildig., Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $2.5; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
H. Davis, Cor. 'Packard and State.
Telephones 06o and 2414.
Maurice Toulne ,........ Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ...... Business Manager
ii. Beach Carpenter.........ews Editor
Pred ;oulk...........Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church..............Sports Editor
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1914.
Night Editor-Leo N. Burnett.
Meeting of Cubs Club at 4:30 o'clock
this afternoon.
THEN AND NOW.
One hundred and twenty-three mem-
bers of the law class attended yester-
day's meeting. Only 32 were there at
a former seance. That's encouraging.
The law class, we were told would
give a memorial, after awhile. We be-
lieve it and we rejoice. The publicity
has been unpleasant for the class. The
conscience of the class had to be stirr-
ed.
We all understand, more than ever
before, just what a class memorial
means. The educative process has
been wholesome, not for the law class
alone, but for the entire campus.
WHAT'S YOUR IDEA?
Professor F.N. Scott presented a real
piece of literature in his recent presi-
dential address before the annual con-
vention of the North Central Associa-
tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools
in Chicago. His subject was "Efficien-
cy for Efficiency's .Sake."
The address follows, in part:
"I do not know how the profession
of teaching presents itself to those who
are before me, but to me it has always
seemed very closely akin to the minis-
try. I have always thought of the
teacher as being called to his pursuit
by inward promptings, not by caprice
or merely material considerations.
"Is he a saver of souls?
"Does the spark of intelligence in
the young minds before him as he ad.
dresses them shoot up into sudden
flame? Has he been able to inspire
them with the love of truth, with the
ambition of being wise and good,
with the growing power to enjoy what
is pure and noble and finely wrought?
"The schoolroom ought to be a kind
of shrine. So it should be for the teach-
er a holy place of which he is the high
priest. The teacher, who when he en-
ters the classroom, does not feel at
least momentarily something of the de-
votion of the minister of God, who
does not then and at intervals there-
after, as he conducts his work, feel
within him some stirrings of the Di-
vine Spirit, is not a teacher. He is a
curve. He should go into some pur-
suit where curves are true expres-
sions of efficiency."
Law, medical, dental books. Bought,
sold and exchanged. C. E. Barthell,
326 S. State St. Tel. 761-M. 124 tf
R. A. Dolph Funeral Director. Finest1
funeral furnishings. 209 S. 4th Ave.,
Open every day until 9:00 p. m.
Sundays from 9:30 to 4:30 only. Rent
Eastman Kodaks-loc. Lyndon. eod

CAMPUSMILES
A prominent friend means
success.-Couglilan.
Tho The Meter is Off, The Sentiment
Is Fine.
A Fable in Two Parts.
PART ONE
There dwelt a prof at Michigan
And he was wondrous wise
He dealt his grades out by per cent
To raise the standards to the skies;
And they claim a certain co-ed
Failed to pull a much sought "A"
For, on reaching her fair name, he
found,
He'd given them all away.
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PART TWO
In twenty years or so he left
Ann Arbor for above
He felt that lovely paradise
Would fit him like a glove
But it seems they grant admittance
By a system of per cent
And the rhetoric prof was forced to go
Where he said conned students went.
-Mack (a woman)
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A Paraphrase.
"Get right with Tom.
Save your sole."
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Smiles: I read that Berton Braley
was run over by a train, and his legs
amputated below the knees. Would
you say that he is now writing verse
without feet?-H, C. R.
"And Meet Me at The Old Mill at Mid-
night!t!
(From yesterday's commuication)
"To you, Mr. Editor * * * * * 1lay
down the challenge,deliver the goods!"
And don't forget the papers and the
chee-ild!
-o-
SARNIA-Police Chief Meyers gave
orders today that the policemen should
not loaf around the corners, talk to
citizens, or chew tobacco while on du-
ty. He expects to make the police
force a model.-Det. News.
A model is a small imitation of the
real thing. uck to ye, chief.

TYPEWRITERS'
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For Rent, $2.00 up
3 mos., $5.00
TYPE WRITING
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Are You Going
To Buy a Suit Before Easter?
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and imported woolens for spring and summer wear. It will pa
you to talk to me before going elsewhere. Fit and workmai
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UniversIty school of Mu
Albert A. Stanley, Director
llaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A &Shool of AMusic which offers courses in all branch
highest standards.
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to gradua
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,

We have just received a lar
ment of mighty good looking
BASE BALL BI
Come in and look them over - our
Mitts, Gloves, etc., etc. is complete
UniversityW

Savings Bank
Surplus $iooooo
.3,000,000
Business Transacted
ck, Pres., W. D. Har-
J. Fritz, Cashier

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Chocolates, 80 Cents
In the Maize and Blue Box
Mty Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Box
k Chocolates, 60 Cents The Red Box
. Our OwniClean Candy Shop. They're Simply Delicious.

THE
Michigan
Towels

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Have arrived and will be
sold for

Vortraita of

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THE POPULAR PLACE
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No towel quite
a shower bath.
for 6 o c

so good after
7 5 c value

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And a week from today the campus
cringes-It will be ladies' day in the
col.
ALLEN SELLS GOOD LOTHING.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES.

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Fine lot of Palms and Ferns for Decorating
Car. 12th St. and S. Unly. Ave. Phone 115
THE UofM ,BOAT CLUB
Will Open
APRIL 1st
P.G. TESSMER Prop

*Qarry Dru o.
The Druggists on the Corner

Telephone 191
SHOE REPAIRS?
FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRIN
JOHN H. LAMBERT
613 EAST WILLIAM
Oftidial shoe Doctor to Michigan's
Footmall Team

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Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at $15.00-All Wool, HIand Tai-
lored.
Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Make and
Style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom Work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf

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songs and several arias.

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)LLARS
Z0'IO-madc of a fne
nclf striped Madras.
r that has the charac-
mindividuality that
accompany correct
2 for 25c

Best shine at French Parlors on
erty just off State. Step in.
Call 15 for Taxi or Limousine.

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WEXTT, PEAEODY & Co., INC., TRoY, N. Y.
Makers of Anaow Saiws
MUSIC AND DRAMA
To Give Graduate Recital
ie general public is cordially in-
3 to attend the graduate recital to
iven by Mr. Kenneth Westerman
:00 o'clock this evening in Frieze
orial hall. .Mr. Westerman is a
uate of the music department of
an College. He came to Ann Arbor
years ago to take up further
: in the university, and the univer-
school of music, from both of
h institutions he will graduate in
. For the past year he has been
ssistant in the vocal department
e school of. music. His program

Advanced Students to Appear.
The violin sonata recital which was
announced some time ago for this af-
ternoon, will be omitted on account of
the illness of Mr. Samuel P. Lockwood.
Instead, an interesting recital by ad-
vanced students of the piano and vo-
cal departments will be given at the
university school of music at 4:15
o'clock.
The regular Sunday rehearsal of the
University Symphony orchestra will
take place next Sunday afternoon at
2:00 o'clock in hill auditorium, in-
stead of at the school of music. Mem-
bers are requested to enter by entrance
No. 1, on the north side of the audito-
rium.
Students going home, west of Chica-
go, especially on or near the Rock Isl-
and Lines will be benefited by com-
municating immediately-by phone or
card with J. Levin, 110 N. Ingalls.
699-M. 124
Books bought. Any quantity. Lib-
eral prices paid. Will call. Open ev-.
enings. C. E. Barthell, 326 S. State St.
Tel. 761-M. 124 tf

Cash for books-Libraries
lots. C. E. Barthell,, 326 S.
Tel, 761-M.

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