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IE LATEST STYLES
N4D COLORINGS
FOR
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TH1E MICHIGAN DAILY'
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan. Published every morning except' Mor,-
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,' $2.5o; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
H. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 2414.
Maurice. Toulmne"......... Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ........... Business Manager
H. Beach Carpenter....... News. Editor
Fred Foulk............. Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church...,.......Sports Editor

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

TENNIS

Line of Woolens
to select from

Rackets
Tennis "Balls
3for $1.00
any make
Look over our Rackets
before''buying
STUDZNTS' BOOKSTORE

Shoes at

$3.00 to.$5.00

II. WILD, CO*

Mierchant Tailors

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)IT UNITED LINES
N ARBOR TIME TABLE
d Express Cars for Detroit-7- 10
3hourly to 6:io p. mn., also 8:io
for Detroit-s :4o a. mn., 6 :o6 a.in.,
.two hours to 6 :o6 p. tn., 71 o6 'p.
P. in., q9:10 p. mn., and 10:45 p. mn
tnti only, 1 1:15 p. in., 12z:15 p. 't.
n., 1: o. a. Mn.
rs for Jackson-7 :46 a. in. and
hours to 7:46 p. mn.
for Jackon--5:12 a. m~. 6:51 a. Mn.,
two hours to 6:51 p. in., also 9:20
Is p. ini.
COX SONS &, VINING
72 Madismn Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS of
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MIACK & C0.
t- ecn
erty aind Marin Streets
onvenient place for your
banking.

3 for $1.00

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REAL4 GOOD tailor-made
clothes are niot obtainable under
$25 but if you appreciate extra-
ordinary, value for that money,
have them tailored'to measure
by
ED. V. PRICE & CO..
Let us show you their 500
beautiful- woolens and take your
measure.

Leonard Rieser ..,..... Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill MscadDan
Glenn Muanun adDrm
Harold Abbott ................ Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson......... Women's Editor
EDITORIALS
Harold Hippler Paul Blanshard
Marshall Foote Lester' Rosenbaum
Louis David.
Le BrnttNIGHT EDITORS
Leo BrnettChester Lang
Henry Rummel Jabin Hsu
F. F. McKinney Walter Nye
Carlton Jenks On Sport Staff Bernus Kline
T.X Hawley Tapping Bruce Miles
REPORTERS
P. F. Thompson J. M. Barrett
C. "A. Swainson D. R. Ballentine
R. S. Collins Leon Greenebaum
9. C. Roth H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller J. F. Jordan
D~onald Sarbaugh D. A. Wallace
Reuben Peterson WV. A. P. John
Willis Goodenow
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
John S. Leonard F. G. Millard
BUSINESS STAFF
A. H. Leorrer R. J. Hofmann
A. H. orreyMyron Watkins
THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1914.
Night Editor-Bernus E. Kline.
"PUSH THEM IN THE HURON."
Hardly a day passes that we are not
approached by some excited fellow stu-
dent, demanding that we take arms
against the faculty and its control.
They want us to join. with them and

J ross & Oietzel
human man? Is he too nice to show
deep emotion, a patriotism or an un-
selfish love? Does he feel soiled in
coming into contact with the realities
of life-the sweat, brawn and stench
and dregs of a- democracy, that after
all is worth while? Does he turn up
his nose at our politics and assume an
over-nice superiority at our social
short-comings?
Let us not sneer at our human emo-
tions or at the sincere emotions of oth-
ers. Let us not trifle with a sacred
patriotism. We would rather have a
genuine, sincere people, if we had to
choose, than a supercilious, unhumn
citizenship.
These are speculations that are well
worth while, regardless of our convic-
tions of the university 'product.

Creations
for Swell
Dressers
THE QUALITY
TAILOR,

One Hundred Rackets to select from
University W II' 5 Book
sring nd.
Summer Styles
We"are the people who make it
SeeOur. possible for you to buy a suit
Cassy' at reasonable prices.

Domestic and Imported Novelties

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are ready for your inspection
ICOO FLANDERS
209 E. LIBERTY

ITHE CHUBB

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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.

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209 South Stat. Str4

About 300 women, including a num-
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[ichigan Chocolates, 80 Cents
In the Maize ad Blue Box
Varsity Bitter sweets, 60 Cents
In the White box
of M. Milk Chocolates, 60 Cents The AdBox
We Make Them iu Our Own Cean Candy Shop. They're Simply Delicious.
BUSY BE

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THE POPULAR PLACE

help "to push the faculty in the Hur- attended Dr. Mabel Ulrich's first lec-
on. ture on social problems and sex edu-
Yet, who are these men that they cation, which was given in Newberry
would have us help shove into eterni- hall yesterday afternoon. The lecture
ty? They are men like Deans Cooley, was introductory to a series of six,
Bates, Effinger and Vaughan. They the second of which will be given at
are men like Professors Wenley, Scott, 4:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Riggs, Anderson, Allen, Adams, Vani**l
Tyne, Peterson, Davis, Tilley, Friday, There will be an open meeting of the
Roth and Lloyd. These hot-headed Womens Dramatic association at 4:00
students would have us direct our at- o'clock this afternoon in Sarah Cas-
tack against such men, men who well Angell hall. A one-act comedy,
have labored for our Michigan Union entitled "Our Aunt from California,"
with as much perseverance and cbnsid- will be presented.
erably more wisdom than any set of***
students,. past or present.. These are Mr. P. 0. Okkelberg will speak on
the men whom the students oppose "Scandinavian Education" at the reg-
when they attack the administration ular meeting 'of the Girls' Educational
of student activities, club at 3:00 o'clock tomorrow after-
Paternalism' is as distasteful to us: noon in Newberry hall. Musical enter-
as it is to these faculty men-and as' tainment will be furnished by Hannah
distasteful as it is to these complain- Cochrane, soloist, and the Girls' Glee
ing students. But there is little pa- club.
ternalism on the Michigan campus.
There is a sane supervision of student UNIVERSITY NOTICES
affairs, as there must be. We speak
glibly of student self-government, Senior lit baseball practice on south
without knowing the wherefore and Ferry field at 3:00 o'clock.
the why and also unwilling to under- Tryouts from all departments for
take the responsibilities that come senior class tennis team sign names
with ' student self-government. "And'f on bulletin .board in rear of varsity
there are some mighty heavy respon- tennis courts, and start matches imme-~
sibilities, believe us. diately.
These complaining students are im- Practice for soph lit baseball men
peaching our intelligence. Let us say at 3:00 o'clock at south Ferry field.
along with a famous Englishman that
"We derive little pleasure from dis- Playground class meets at Palmer
puting with those, whom we are bound field, 9:15 o'clock Saturday morning.
to respect." Middies and bloomers.

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

Vvjt oran's Phar

Gives clean, wholesome board at $4.:
per week. Safe driniking wester.
C. co. Freema~vn, Propr-let
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CO.

MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE. Bargain.
Cash or time. 1913 Model. Telephone

WHAT -ARE OUR RESULTS?

FINE TAILORING TRADE

What type of man is this university 937. 140-41-42
society of ours producing? It is not -_________
amiss to hesitate and inquire. Exclusive agents for Dienmel linen
Is this man that we are bringing out mesh underwear. Lindenschmitt Apfel
an over-intelligent, supercilious, un- & Co. tf

Why Should 1 Smoke
TUXEDO?
rT[ XEDO 'is the logical smoke for
Imillionaires because it is impos-
sible to buy a better, tobacco.
Tuxedo is the logical smroke for
the economical 'man because there
are 40 pipefuls in a ten-cent tin-.,
making the average cost per pipefil
only one-fourth of a cent!
To buy cheaper tobacco means to
get less pleasure out of sming),
because it is impossible to make a.
tobacco as good as Tuxedo at less'
than the Tuxedo price!
TePerfect Tobacco far Pipe arnd C - ciet
Tuxedo is made of only, the finest,'
choicest selected leaves of perfiectly
aged Burley. tobacco. It is mnade
by the original ,"Tuxedo Process"
which takes all the unpleasantness
out of- tobacco and leaves all the
pleasantness in!"
Tuxedo has a deliciously mil(l, la,,r.:nt
aroma that is pleasant to alt. 1ir is t he Only
tobacco you can smoke in a rodirn foll cf lace
curtains without'leaving even a trace of codor.
A trial will convince you that Tuxed'o is
superior to every other tobacco you have e'ver
smoked. Buy a tin-todayr.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient pouch, Famous green tin,
inner-lined with r with gold lettering, ll.
moisture-proof paper it curved totiti pocket 10L
In Glass Humidors, 50c and 90c
EE Sethd us 2?cents in stamps for post-
[ ~~age and we %will il you a souiventir
tin of TUXEDO tobacco to n~
point in the United States. A.cdi ess
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
ROOM 1209 111 Fifth Avenue New Y ork-

CEO.. CuRR.Y
es-Governor, New Mexico
' a.Awdo apreals to me
*tro;g'y eon account of its
conol, mld, ;lecsant flavor.
"Iiier'i; Ires ills -iqeriority to I
STA.,vTO7N VARBURTON
Cc rngrersin an
State of WVashington
41 (I w~ne:,perience leads
rn ino beliree hat every de-
s rczb'e qualy is present in
TL'xed labocco. It is the
be..t s},r 1 e Ic'r had.

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
our line.
Respectfully,
Sam Burchfield & Co.

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LING SHIRTS

st received a complete line of SOFT SHIRTS
i new style collar attached or detached.
.gligees In handsome patterns.
e ADJESTO slee've Shirt-"'Best Ever"
e new BALLMACAAN Costs all sizes.
arsity toggery Shop

lhunmorist and novelist
"I cane't think of any rea-
son ccby I shouldn't say I
like Tcixedo -- because I' do
lieIvery much. "
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{ Capital Stock $50,000.1
Capital,$ 100,000 ANN ARBOR, MICH,

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