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Tennis Balls
3 for $1.00
any make
Look over our Rackets
before buying
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W E N Spending $ZS.OO
or so for clothes, by all means
have them Tailored-to-Order by;
ED. V. PRICE & Co.
Then you'll have the best you
can get for the money.
Let Us '1Ake four Measure.

Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan. Published every morning except Moa-
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan nudertAct of Congresso oMarch
1879"
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$3.oo. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
If. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 2414.
Maurice Toulme .........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson...........Business Manager
H. Beach Carpenter..........News Editor
Fred I-oulk .............Assistant to Editor
F., M. Church..............Sports Editor
Leonard Rieser ........Intercollegiate Editor
Robert ' nnahillI
(;Tenn Munn Mu{c.ad'.ram
Harold Abbott ... ..... .Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson..........Women's Editor
EDITORIALS
Harold Hippler Paul Blanahard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Louis David.
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Butrnett Chester L~ang
Henry Pumnmel .labin Ilsu
F. F. McKinney Walter Nye
On Sport Staff
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
,f. Hawley Tapping Bruce Miles
REPORTERS
P. F. Thompson 3. M. Barrett
C, A. Swainson D. R. Ballentine
R. S. Collins Leon Greenebaum
F. C. Roth 1II R. Mlarsh
C. L. Muller J. F. Jordan
Donald Sarbaugh I). A. Wallace
Reuben Peterson W. A. P. John
Willis Goodenow
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
John S. Leonard F. G. Millard
BUSINESS STAFF
P. V. Leffler R. J. Hofmann
A. H. Torrey Myron Watkins
SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1914.
Night Editor--Paul F. Thompson.
OUR "IMMEMORIAL" BROTHERS
Hypersensitive bigotry has achieved
an "immemorial" fame for a goodly
section of the present senior law class.
We offer them our genuine and sincere
pity, from the very depths of -our
hearts. They are a branded lot!
We are good natured enough to hate
a quarrel. So, we have assumed a
"genial superiority" in answer to ran-
cour and bitterness. A quarrel inter-
rupts the argument and nauseates the
reader. The Daily is a breakfast table
paper and breakfast has to do with di-
gestion. Think you, that we would be.
responsble for an anaemic, dyspeptic
Michigan? Think you, that we would
start your day off with indigestables?
Without taking ourselves too seri-
ously, we attempt to argue and seek
to avoid quarrels. We have done our
best to prevent the senior laws, from
breaking a worthy Michigan tradition
-of seventeen years standing. We are
sorry that we have been out-voted.
THE ACQUSING FINGER.
The Michigan. Union and The Daily
have been accused of institutionalizing
smoking, through the staging and the
advertising of our student "smokers."

Shoes at

CAMPUSMILES
Modesty thou art indeed a jew-
el t-Pope.

way toward a pleasant comradeship.
If we were perfect, we would not
smoke-probably. But we find that we
are only human and that smoking is
one of our minor "indiscretions."
You can smoke if you please, at
these "get-togethers," but if you do
not wish to, please do not quarrel with
those of us who do. We have too many
real evils about us that invite criti-
cism
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Creations'
for Swell
Dressers
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THE QUALITY
TAILOR

Shoes Men Want
The man on the inside of a pair
of our shoes knows from experi-
ence what excellent shoes they
are.
Test a pair of our Spring Shoes
and you'll know why men want
them.

Wright & Di

3 for $1.00

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are ready for your inspection
C. FLANDERS
209 E. LIBERTY ST.

$3.00 to $5.00
Gross & Oezel

One Hundred Rackets to select from.at
University IWA1 5 Boktr
Springa nd
Summer Styles
We are the people who make it
See our possible for you to buy a suit
lss at reasonable prices.

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It's twelve o'clock and after,
The col. must now be writ,
And having seen the dark eyed queen,
I feel like writing-Nit!!!
The M.E.'s locked my copy,
In his desk and gone to dance;
"Hey, Smiler, get your copy out!"
"At twelve? H-m. Not a chance."
But a Smiler leads a sad dog life,
They jim his col and jibe his style;
It's twelve o'clock and I must write,
Some stuff to make the Campusmile!
Here goes.
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The Cheer of The Busrah Fiend
Gimme a dollar,4
Nix on the jits;
I've seen forty feilers,
Gotten six bits!
William's an emperor,
Menelik's a psha,
imme your" dollars
For Bus-Bus--Bus--rah! !!!
BLAMES POOLROOM
FOR DOWNFALL.
-Headline, Prib.
The eternal headline.
-o--.
"Having given my fair one the once
over" said little Nemo last night,
"there arises in my mind this one
question: How can a modern girl be

Domestic and Imported Novelties

THE CHUBB

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209 'South 5*8. eStreet

Gives clean, wholesome board at $4.25
per week. Safe drinking water.
C. C. Freemen, Proprietor
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Chocolates, 80 Cents
In the Maize and Blue Box
Ity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Box
c Chocolates, 60 Cents T.e dBo.
Our OwniCleau Candy Shop. They're Simply Delicious.
THE POPULAR PLACE'

You Smoke a "Better" Tobacco
-Why Not Snioke The Best?

SUPPLIES

A word of explanation is not amiss. stylish -and send her father a bill of
First of all let us admit that these $467.25 for clothes?"

Loose Leaf Note Books, Loose Leaf
size. Department Paper and Envelopes
DUNTAIN PEN HOSPITAL

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340 S. STATE ST.

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student "get-togethers" popularly
known as "smokers" have been unfor-
tunately named. We know of men
who thought themselves unwelcome
unless they partook of the "weed."
That of course is a misconception, due
almost entirely to the naming.
The Union in staging the "smokers,"
and The Daily in advertising them,
have no desire to teach smoking, to
foster smoking or to institutionalize
the habit. Without touching upon the
excesses, we would like to say that
smoking has whiled away many a
pleasant hour for us, without any ap-
preciable damage to ourselves. This
smoking is a personal gnatter and a
little sympathy from the non-smokers,
a little forbearance, would go a long

It's Quality, Nemo, not
that fattens the bills.

QUANTITYI

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PERSONAL.
Our idea of humor: To blow into the
office at twelve o'clock and be compell-
ed to sit down and pound off humor
with a carnivorous night editor stand-
ing over your shoulder.
"I've bolted my class," said the
swell dresser as she shoved the iron
bar of her clothes closet shut.
WANTED-Students to sell 5 wash
neckties with a 50 cent gold filled
stickpin and clasp for $1.00. 50 per
cent commission. Address Michigan
Daily, Box 13.

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FINE TAILORING TRADE

HE tobacco you now smoke you
consider better tobacco than
you ever smoked before." Natur-
ally, you kept trying until you found
a better" one.
But it stand s to reason that since
there isa di ference in tobaccos, you
may be missing stillgreater pleasure
in a still better smoke-in the BEST
smoke, in fact.
Tuxedo is the best smoke because
no better tobacco leaf grows.
The Perfect Tobcofor Pipe and Ogarette
Tuxedo is treated by the famous
original "Tuxedo Process" for re-
moving the sting and bite of the
natural vegetable oils.
Tuxedo was born in 1904. Its
first imitator appeared two years
later. Since then a host of imita-
tions have sprung up.
No other tobacco can give the
unique pleasure of Tuxedo because
no other maker has yet been able
to equal the Tuxedo quality.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient pouch Famous green tin,
inner-tined withC with gold lettering.
moisture-proof paperC curved to f it pocket L~
In Glass Humidors, 50c and 90c
y Send us 2 cents in stamps for post-
age and we will mail you a souvenir
tin of TUXEDO tobacco to any
point in the United States. Address
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Room 1209 111 Fifth Avenue New York

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writer and Iyr
"Tuxedo is alt
come. A pleasani
menial bracer-
tbacco,"

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

HENRY HrU
famous artint
"A pipeful of Tuxedo
puts new lif into me. The
mildest and purest tobacco
grown.

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ING SHIRTS

Ireceived a complete line of SOFT SHIRTS
new style collar attached or detached.
ligees in handsome patterns.
ADJESTO sleeve Shirt--"Best Ever"
new BALLMACAAN Coats all sizes.

GEORGE E. PHILLIPS
Mayor of Covinaton, Ky.
"A good pipe, and Tux-
edo to fill it, and I'm satis-
fied. The tobacco in the
little green tin has no rival
as far a~s I am concerned. "

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Shop

Put on a Lewis closed crotch Union
suit and you'll be comfortable all sum-
fuer. $1, $1.50 and $2. F. W. Gross,
123 E. Liberty.
LOST-A Rapid-Rider fountain pen
between School of Music and N. In-
galls. Reward. Phone 637.
TflTflCP A P" F P,

LOST-A silver filigree 'vanity case
containing bill and'dime. Finder
please phone 710-J.
FOR RENT-Pleasant single room at
433 South Division street, for $1.5o.
1 'C 1'?

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