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THlE M1ICHIGOAN DAIL
Oflicial newspaper at the University of M
igan. Published every morning except N
day during the university year.

T STYLES

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Tbe Season is Mere Again
We are In a better position than
e ver to supply your wants In Golf
We are the sole agents for the
Crawford Mc Gregor
Clubs
Come in and look them over
Golf Balls are much cheaper than'
last year. You can buy Dulls now
at 50 and 65c anid save money.
OUR LINE IS COMPLETE
SHEEHA
&co. 1

Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
H.Davis, Car. Packard and State.
Telephones .960 and 2414.
Maurice Toulmne.... .....Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ...........Business Manager
. Beach Carpenter ........News Editor
Fred Foulk............Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church.............Sports Editor
Leonard Rieser.......Intercollegiate Editor
...Muicand Drma Robert Tannahill
.MUSIC aIaGlenn Munn
Harold Abbott .........Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson........ ,... Women's Editor
EDITORIALS
Ilarold& Hippler Paul Blanshard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Louis David.
NIGHT DITOR
NGTEIOSLeo Burnett Chester Lang
Henry Rummel Jabin Hsu,
F. F. McKinney Walter Nye
On Sport Staff I
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
T1. Hawley Tapping Bruce Miles
REPORTERSS

SHIRTS
The material being woven to our
order you are assured of exclusive
patterns and colorings in all grades
from $1.50 up. Look for the pur-
ple band across the neck of every
shirt; it's the mark of
TROY'S BEST PRODUCT
EARL. 8kWILSON
Makers of RED-MAN Collars
cacy, or fineness of thought, taste and
manners. "Culture" then denotes not
only activity of the intellect, that
would put one in the thinking class,
but the nice perception and apprecia-
tion of the beautiful (and good) comn-
bined with the honest development of
the aptitudes for new ideas and prog-

We have just received a large ship.
mnent of mighty good looking
BASE; BALL BATS
Come in and look them over -- our stock of
Mitts, Gloves, etc., etc. is complete
University W A H BookstorwH Re

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Lire of Woolens
to select from

WILD CO.

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P. F. Thompson
C. A. Swainson
R. S. Collins]
C. L. Kendrick
E. C. Roth
C. L. Muller
Donald Sarbaugh
Willis Gooderi

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Leon Greenebaumn ress that would make a man a fulll
W. A. P. ohn mn
H. R. Iarsh mn
J. F. Jordan Above all, "Culture" is an attitude
D. A. Wallace

f. M. Barrett

To Buy a Suit Before Easter?
If you are, step in and look at my beautiful display of domestic
and imported woolens for spring and summer wear. It will pay
you to talk to me before going elsewhere. Fit and wvorkman-
ship guaranteed.

is Cars for Dectrolt-7 ' 1 c
to 6:io p. mn., also 8:io
it--5:40 a. mi., 6:o6 a. in.,
rs to 6:o6 p. in., 7:06 p.
io p. n., and 1o:45 p. m~.
11 :15 p. mn., 12a:15 p. mi.
fackson-7 :46 &a. iand
7:46 p. mn.
re to 6:51 p. mn., also 9:20
COX SONS & VINN
12 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
MAKEIRS OF
CAPS, GOWNS & HO000S
For All Degrees
Mlay be Ordered from.
I MACK & CO.

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ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood _Field Harry Johnson
John S. Leonard F. G. Millard
li THURSDAY, .MARCH 26, 1914.

CAMPUSMILES

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

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place for

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Wigan Ch ocolates, 80 Cents
In the Maize and Diue Box
Varsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Box
4.Milk Chocolates, 60 Cents TheReBo
ke Them in Our OwniClean Candy Shop. They're Simply Delicious.

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THE POPULAR PLACE

Meeting of business staff and all try. A promient friend means
onts at 4:00) o'clock sharp. success.-Coughulan.
MEN AND CODES. Amble Reasons
We argue for the code of the nor- I have never swum a mile or so,
mal man. In a freezing ice filled sea,
It is not a stiff-necked Puritanism,i To snatch a maiden from the deep,
a rigid.. prohibition, an autocracy or a And have her owe her life to me;
narrow, bloodless, unhuman order. It I have never braved the cannon's roar
is not bestiality, license, deliberate'k Or shot a maddened snake,
disorder, insanity, savagery, or law- Or saved a dam from going out,
lessness. By pulling up the lake;
We argue for the code of the normal' I've never braved the burning flames,
man, temperance, decency, faith, en- To save the widow's child;
llghtenment-and personal responsi- Or pulled a knife from out the hand,
bility. Of a madman, crazed and wild;
TIhave never stopped a frightened.
CULTURE? j horse,
Too often does the college under- Or saved a train from wreck;
graduate lose sight of this most im- Or yelled: "Take off the children
portant fact-that the "drill of school first!"
education" is not the sole end or When the flames had reached the
means of developing one's natural deck;
powers. But In spite of all this evidence,
In addition to the systematic devel- A hero's medal is my due.
opment that is here afforded us, there I wear a tie that's striped with orange,
must be on the part of the individual, Purple, green and blue!
,cultivation and direction of feelings --
and tastes that improves and refines And The Chleering Section Fainted!
the mind. "Culture" is a term rather Prof: You ought to be able to ans-
vaguely, perhaps, used to signify this wer THAT question.
latter idea. In its implications, how- Stude : But there seems to be a dif-
ever, the idea is too broad to be thus' ference of opinion around here, profes-
easily defined. sot.
"Culture" does not mean merely a Clerk: (Pointing to show case)
knowledge of art, strictly of rules or That's our new silent salesman.
particulars, for it also includes a -thor- The 'proverbial co-ed: What?
ough knowledge of the problems of to- Clerk: Yes, it's a salt cellar-P.D.H.
day, economic, social and the like, of A POLISHI IIVIIN
foreign affairs, whether by travel or (Composed from the marriage li-
well-informed. reading. Between the censes in the Chicago Tribune)
nice perception of artistic excellence (To be sung standing)
in the fine arts and the knowledge of Maryjan Warcyglows, Klos Wojuch,
the world today, there is the broad ex- Wladyslaw Wizniewski,Ludwika Such-
tensive field of science and history to arska;
make a life fully-rounded. Ionas Rabasanskis, Leokadia Klima-
Literature-books, story writing or vicinte,
the drama-is one of the chief aids in Teodor Murzewich, Ohaf a Nekonorro-
developing this many-sidedness. na;
There is even greater versatility Wladyslaw Klawckowsi, Mareyama
than this, however. It is evidenced Slagowksz,
when men are able to meet every sit- Yeronumas Jendrzeicnak,Maggie Was-
uation and all kinds and sorts of men ilewskaite!
and still feel not self-conscious, but Chorus-
fully able to meet naturally each new Jan Gondek, Wiki Ula,
set of circumstances. Geo. M. Cohan, Anna Poula;
Always, this improvement of the Nathan Surlin, Dora Bowe,
mind should be characterized by deli- Bernard McSherry, Kathryn Howe!

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E.- C Flan ersThe QUALIT'
E. t.rian ersTAILOR
209 E. LIBERTY ST., across from RussseIIs confectionery stoi

209 Sousth Sts. Street

SCHOOL SUPPLIES
.eather Loose Leaf Note Books, Loose Leaf
)r, any size. Department. Paper and Envelopes
FOUNTAIN, PEN HOSPITAL

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Gives clean, wholesomn, board at $4.25
per, week. Safe drinking water.
C. C. Freen-riaY, Proprietor
Busy Your Corvklin Pen At
Vel. re ~ harxmacyj
'THE
~ SMOOTH EST
TOBACCO
FErET of foot is good--but slow the
pace that kings Velvet tobacco to
the goal. h selected middle leaf-two
" * .years aging in the warehouse-perfect
temperature and ventilation -in two
years, the best is then selected for Velvet
tobacco. Two years has seen all
g~ harshness leave the leaf-the good flavor stands
3EU Cout uncontaminmated-smoothi4 All bite has been
I Uaged away-a perfect melloweza has beenz
Full 2 Ounce Tina reached..
Velvet has won its race. At Aldealers.
One ounce bags
5c, convenient for Ziff t#,* C~.&~cco .
cigarette smokers
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340< S. STATE ST.

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FINE TAILOING TRADE

We can and do give you the limit of excell-
ence in Tailoring, this issue, with a complete
line of up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
in our line.
Respectfully,
Sam Burchfield & Co.

ING SHIRTS

Just received a complete line of SOFT SHIRTS
with new style collar attached or detached.
Negligees ifn handsome patterns.
The ADJESTO sleeve Shirt-- Best Ever"
The new BALLMACAAN Coats all sizes.

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Ve are Now Featuring
HIRtSH WiORWIRE -Co's CLOTHES
Inspect the New Spring and
Summer models, and your favorable
Impressions will be more than con-
firmed.
Buy Them and Secure
Thorough Satisfaction
In style, quality, workmanship and
service-value. You can't get more
for yor m noney-$20.00 upward.
Wagner"&'Co..
State Street,

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Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
New Number is

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Varsity..Toggery

Shop

Service Guaranteed
300 N. M.

1107 S. University Avenge.

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