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The Season is Hero Again
We are In a better position thaw
ever to supply your wants 1A Golt
We are the sale agents for the
Crawford Mc Gregor
Clubs
Come in and look them over
Golf Balls are much cheaper than
last year. You can buy Bails now
at 50 and 65c and save money.
OUR~ LINE IS COMPLETE
SHEEHAN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mlich-
igan. Published every morning except M\on-
day during the university year.
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.
Id. 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 h ditor
FRIDAY, MARCH 2?, 1914.
Night Editor-Henry C. Rummel
WH-AT ARE YOU READING?
Tell me, what are you reading?
Reading-a knowledge and apprecia-
tion of books-the short story, the

!TYPEWRITERS
N'ew, reouiit, and second-
hand,
For Sale, I $10.60 up
For Rent, $2.000 up
3 mos., $5.00
TYPE WRITI N.G
0. O. MORRLLi -,
LOver Baltimore Lunch

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W e have lust received a lar
iuent of mighty good looking
BASE BALL BA
Come In and look them over -- our
Mitts,, Gloves, etc., etc. Is comaplete

Line of Woolens
to select from

Local Merchant Offers B-aseball Cup
H. W. SNNitzer, the State street hard-
ware merchant, has offered a silver
cup to the winning team in the com-
ing interclass baseball series, 1.ie also
furnished a cup for the leading class
in the basketball series. Director

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Tailors
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STUDENTS' BOOK(S ORK

novel, the drama, the essay is the req- I Rowe requests that all class baseball

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sCars for Detroit-7i.
to 6:za p. mn., also 8:10
t-5:40 a. mn., 6:o6 a. m.,
ors to 6:o6 p. in., 7:o6 p.
op. mn., and 10:45 p. 1n.
11 :15 p. M., 12:15 P.Mi.
ackson-7 -:46 a. mn. and
7:46 p. mn.
)n-5n12 a. mn., 6:51 a. in.,
*s to 6:s1 p. mn., also 9:20
COX SONS & VINING
12 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
MKERS OF
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS

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REMEDY FOR THE BLUES
Take a nice shave, a clean ba
and put onl a suit of cloth
tailored by Wd. V. Price Co.
will subtract a few years frt
your looks without reduci
the size of your pocketbc
very much. A sure cure gu
teed. Try the remedy.

ath
he3
, it
coam
,ing
iook
pa c-

fromj

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!us $100,000

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jan Chocolates, 80 Cents
In the Maize and Blue Box
rarsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Box
Milk Chocolates, 60 Cents ' he R6ed Box
Chem in Our OwzitClean Candy Shop. Thiey're Simply Delicious.
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uisite of a fully-rounded university
course. Books will do much to produce
the finished cultured product that we
wvould like to see our universities pro-
duce. f
Are you browsing among the old
masters'? Are you reading from Gals-
worthy, Shaw, Sudermann, Meredith,
Tolstol, Maeterlinck, Churchill, Kip-
ling, Howells, James, Stevenson, Caine,
Hauptmann, Heyse, Chesterton, Field,
Hubbard, Maupassant, Poe, Balzac,
Wright, Ward, Emerson, Ingersoll,
Clemens, Harte, Whitman, Benson,
Henry, Bennett, Strinberg, Swinburne,
Hewlitt, Zola, Gorky, Turgenief, Plne"
ro, Hardy, Bulwer-Lytton, Tennyson,
Dickens and London? There are many,
many more. They all look at life
from a different angle. They all tell
the story from a different standpoint;
angles and standpoints that you must
know if you. are to be educated, if you
are to be enlightened.
We care not what profession you
have chosen. We care not whether you
agree with these men or not. We care
not whether you think them great or
not. They are men who have influ-
enced and are influencing the thought
of the times. Are you acquainted with
them? Do you know why they are
laughed at, scoffed at, merely accepted
or enthusiastically proclaimed?
Tell' me, what are you reading?
Know these men and you will know
life.
WHAT ARE YOUR HABITS?
Tell me, what are your habits, your
magazines?
Are you spending yourself on Puck,
The Cosmopolitan, Life, Judge, The
Green Book,. The Red Book, The Smart
Set, The Strand and the Blue Book?
Are you reading Collier's, The Sat-
urday Evening Post, Current Opinion,
Leslie's, The Literary Digest, The Re-
view of Reviews and The World's
Work?
Are you acquainted with The Nation,
The Outlook, The Independent, The
North American Review, The Fort-
nightly, and The Atlantic Monthly?
Who are your friends? Are they
frivolous, are they current discussions
or are they scholarly reviews? Are
you partial to one class in exclusion
to all others?
Tell me, what are your habits?
AND YOUR NEWSPAPERS?
Are you reading the newspaper that
has a soul, a fearless soup~ an honest,
broad and fair policy? A newspaper
that is not to be influenced and is un-
afraid ? A newspaper that is willing
to fight? But will not quibble or quar-
rel?
What type do you support?

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THE POPULAR PLACE
]Flowers
C:ouin& t ned l
c ho.QooCu~t Flows
floe lot of Palms and Ferns for Decorating
Car. 12th St and S. Univ. Ave. Phone 11 5

managers report to him at their earl-
est opportunity.
'Tree, Trimmers to Smoke WedlnesdaIy
Forestry clube will give a smoker
next Wednesday evening in the club
rooms in the new engineering build-
ing. R. H. Weitknecht, '14, will speakr
on "Land Classification in the Forest-
ry Service." Weitknecht has spent two
years in the government forest. service
in Washington and Oregon.

spring and
Summer Styles
SeeOurWe are the people who make
se ourpossible for you to buy a su.it
Classy at reasonable prices.
Creatioens
for Swell Domestic and Imported Novel
Dressers are ready for your inspection
E. C.oFLANDEEF
THEQUALITY 209 E. LIBEF

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CAMPUSMILES

Nec emdiris, sed Fabitis
erat alpidnotm ni-l-
Ye Idler's Idyll.
Ye gentil springe doth permeate the
air;
Ye senior plays at shinny with his
cane;
Ye co-ed makes herself most passing
faire-
Yea bo, ye time for mooning comes
again!'-J. S.
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SEEKS GASOLINE LEAK.
WITH LIGHTED LANTERN.
- --Headline.
Nobody homde, nobody home.
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Binks: Why is a saloon called a bar?
.rinks: Easy. Lots of cases are
brought up before it.
On Viewing Yesterday's Paper.
I am known to be a cheery chap,
And I wear a six inch smile;
I fill the "Smiler" col each day,
In humoristic style;
Rut the only thing that get's my goat
Is, when I read the sheet,
To find'that the assistants,
Have jimmed the make up so that Sam
Loyd couldn't figure out the
mess!
If You Chatch This Youn& Alan, Tie_
_1int Securely and Whistle
for the Police
AT LIBERTY-A capable young
man, who will start low. John R.
Phone-
-Want aid. Det. News.,
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"Even in this age of modernity,".
laid little Nemo last night, "it pains
me to see a man wearing it bottle
opener for a watch charm."
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Many a man leaves a cla;ls dinner
wondering how many necks and wings
a chicken has.
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":It's the last lion" said the hunter,
as he ejected the spent cartridge.

THE
Michigan
Towels

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Have arrived and will be
sold for

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University School of Mu!
Albert A. Stanley, Director
I'laynard 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 graduat
If you are interested in studying some branch of music,l
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives
ation. CHARLIS A. SINK,

60c

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No towel quite so good after
a shower bath. 7 5 c valne
for 6 oc
Quarry Drug Go.'
The Druggists on the Corner

Telephon e

SHOE REPAIRS
FIRST CLASS SHOE REP
JOHN H. LAMBRT

G &CO3itV
e~ Donch esterl
T BOSOM always lies flirt
mooth within the waist-
opening, because the
of the bosom is not at-
-d to the shirt but slides
the band of the trousers.
,$2.00 and ups
,Peabady R Co., Inc. Makers

THE U ofM, BOAT LIVERY
Will Open
APRIL 1st
P. G. TESSMER Prop

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13%s Youar Cozxklin Pe, At
ANN ARBOR DYE WORKS
ARTISTIC FRENCH DRY AND
STEAI1 CLEANER

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Phone 628

204 East Washington

welry Co.
15 for Taxi or Limousine.

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te are Now Featuring
Hlus -WIURKWIRE - 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 your money-$20.OO upward.

WE CALL AND DELIVER

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Consolidation

U1NIVERSAL. CLEANING WORKS
T. E, WAIIL

PRNMSS OUILDING

MAV.MARD ST.

EN SELLS G~OODJ CLOTHING.
ING~ AND SIm1IEr TLE.'
3at $10.00-All Wool.
at $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
at $20.00 -Ad lers' Make and

ANN ARBOR DYE
G. H. KUHN

Marriage and Genetics. Splendid
book. $1.00 only. C. E. Bathell, 326
S. State St. Tel. 761-M. tf
The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
sill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 South
Main St. Tue-Fri

HEADQUARTERS FOR
A MODEL DAUGHTE]
MUSIC

.00-Equal to Finest Cus-I

W.agner & Co.
State Street

OOD CLOTHES STi
Blain street.

tY Law, medical, dental books. Bought,
sold and exchang;ee.' C. E. Barthell,
e. tf 326 S. State St. Trel, 761-M. 124 tf

SHEET MUSIC AND
ON SALE at 8:30 WI

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