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agients for the
ost Line of Woolens
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in., 6:06 a. n.,
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nd 10:45 P. in.
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For All Degrees
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r Savings Bank
)0 Surplus $roo,ooo
cock, Pres., W. D. Iiar-
M. J. Fritz, Cashier
REAL, GOOD tailor-made
clothes are riot obtainable untder
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have them tailored to measuhrd
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Michiga n nuder Act of 'Congress of March 3,
1 879. R. S. LOtING, Paster
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub- Morning Service at 10:30
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Maurice Toulme ......... Managing Eyditor The Bible is a Classic In Re-
Adna Johnson........... Business Manager ligion. We get some Ideas
SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1914. from classics, but do not live
WHATIS YUR CTIVTYwith them. Live In today. Need
Lf the situation in thct campus activ- new solal"r.Iiglous ideals as
iaties were ideal, every undergraduate muoh a s ,neaw art, music,
would have some sort of an active, Poorly, dramas
participating "outside" interest. Ev-
eryone would have at least one re-f
sponsibility, a responsibility th~at~ YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY AT 7:30
would sober his thdught and actions ,, oenetIaPtoR
that would make him forget hi~s ow n1 Am~ercnGvnmtInPtoRo.
private interests for a moment, that
Would lose him in a cause and engen-' MR. RAPHQL SUARtZ
der in him a deep and genuine loyalty._________________
These are the results of a sincere tak-
ing part in ,campus life. We learn to
love by making sacrifices, so if we
would cultivate this intangible stuff
we call "Michiga~n spirit," the begin- 11fERTR
ning would be made in a general dis- crew, reoullt, and second-
tribution of undergraduate activity, hand,
Butt, alas! We find a discouraging- ForRSat, $20.00 up
a mrost discour'aing-duplication of Foroe, $2.00 u
men and activities. We find one luan
laboring under the burdens of a dozen,.T1YPE W RITI1No.
activities, and the other man[-without IO . MOiRRILI
a .responsibility that bh can call his Ovtr Baltimxore Lunch
own. Fully one-half of the student
body falls under this latter class.
Surely this is a situ~ation that deserv-
es attention. We find that the sick- -
ness has penetrated deep into the very
vitals of our social system, into the CAM 1 SM ILES
campus societies. The membership of ________________
one society, with but a yfew changes,'
IS the membership of another society,' Summer of life is the season
of all our societies. One, type of man of humor.-Thte Independent.
has b~een smothered with elections.
Another, worthy and able, has been Nogte: For the past three days Rosie
denied all recognition. The society has been crying for martial verse, say-
lacks the courage of .original insight ing that the opportunity will never re-
and selection, preferring to take no trW ae ohv h otiu
chance of public disapproval by the,
Introduction of new blood into its cir-' tion box filled with kicks ..of this sort,
cle. It prefers to Iunvite the man who' and the. below was written especially
has already received the "stamp of for Rosin's beneft.-Smiler.
campus approval." And the unhappy --o."
Individual elected, either from a lack Geo. e~ha' n Stuff.
of. courage or from an over-selfish am- The grand old rag will never sag,
bition, must always accept. And sure-
ly this deserves attention.. Hip, hop; hip, hip, hooray!
If we have for our. goal the pro- We'll bravely fight with all our might,
duction of a Mfichigau man,if we would Until our dying day!!!
have every student genuinely interest- Long may the red, the white, the blue,
ed. in the university's welfare, then Triumphant wave o'er me and you,
let us arrange an activity for him. Let ! To it a debt we owe--;
ices m...,a.., im a e.. ,,.wl I Untinon (W'11 6oht foi t most anvtie
One Hundred Rackets to select from at
University WA HRI
... .. .
We are the
people who n1
you to buy a
3 for $1.00
at reasonable prices.
Domestic and Imported Nove
are ready for your inspection
E. C. FLANDERS
209 E. LIBERTY
ii M= mm Kmk-,qqF-,AK 4wjF
STUDIO ii1,; . ibeity St-
Igail Chocolates, 80 Cents
Varsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Box
1. Milk Chocolates, 60 Cents The RdBox
e Thein in Our OwnClean Candy Shop. They're Simply Delicious.
a-t r it of tr a r
THE POPULAR !LACE
lhe will become a part of us.
JNIVERSI MAN, on a modestt salary, having a de-
a home with ample grounds would do well to investigate
eautiful 16 acre tract of land in the city, 10 acres wood-
I elevation, fine out-look, sewer, gas, water, and electric
available, at a price that is right. It will sub-divide
y into 17~ building places, smallest 1002(264.
L. D. CARR
17 Ann Arbor Savings Bank Block
aiversity School of Music,
Albert A. Stanley, Director
Raynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
H3ill Auditorium, may 13, 14, x5, 16, 1914
tickets on sale up to and including Saturday, Mlay 2, only, at
I$5.oo. On Monday, May 4, the sale of tickets for single cona-
Ibegin, at $i~oo and $1.50 each.
SIX BIG CONCERTS
Fresh law baseball practice Ferry'
field, 3:00 o'clock tomorrow. Get .phys-
ical exam at gym at 11:00 o'clock in
The women's annual basketball ban-
guet will, be held in Barbour gymna-
sium at 6:00 o'clock Thursday even-
ing. Class managers for next year will
be elected, and there will be responses
to toasts. Plates will be .35 cents.
HAMILTON ,RE)'USRS TO PUT
ECONOMICS TEXT ON ,MRKET
"Prof. Walton H. Hamilton of the eco-
nomics department, has received a
We'll flaunt it free in any clime,
In heaven,-, or Mexico!
Mack., '17-Can't use it. Come
M. C. 1.-This col is supposed to be
Novi-a-Your hunch was correct.
Many a man conceals the fact that
hie can't one step by 'offering to show'
the lady a tew variations of the Max-}
It's the itntern jawed fellow who
usually carries the trinmmed. lamp.
Quairry. Drug C.
The. Druggists on the Corne
FIRST (CLASS SHOE REPAII
Sexy Your Conklin Pert AtI
VmtxDore LI'S pharmsoa~y
letter from the department of eco-j Yesterday'ssoews30
nomics of the University of Nebraska Half a score more, and thel
stating that they would like to use his number would have resulted.
text in economics if he will put it on Key to above joke. Twenty
the market.. He has declined the offer. score.
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