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STYLES

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elect fromi
10 Clo.
ant Tailors
TED LINES

Ra-ckets
Tennis Balls
3 for $1.00
any make
Look over our 'Rackets
before buying

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
official newspaper at 'he University of Mich-
igan. Published every morning except M4on-
:ay during the university year.
F ntered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan wader Act. of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription pri"e: by carrier, $2.30; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: 'Press Building;
c2 arry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
i i. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and. 2414.
Maurice Toulme ......Managing Editor
Adna Johnson............ Business Manager
Hd. Beach Cartenter.........News Editor
jFred Iionilk.............. Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church.. ..............ports Y: dtor
leonard Rieser ........ Intercollegiate editor
Robert Tannahill I........Music and Drama
Glenn Mminn f I"
Harold Abbott ....... ........Cartoonist
Lillian "Thomson..........Women's Editor
ED ITOR IALS

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

TENNIS B

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Shoes at
$3.00 to $500

One Hundred Rackets to select from at
University W ~5 Bookstore

3 for $1.00

.,

Gross & Dietzel
Some foolish editors have assumed

flarold Rippler
Niarshlah Fote

Paul Blanshard
Lester Rosenbaumn
Louis David.

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TIME TABLE

Cars for Detroit-7, ir
0 6:Io p. in., also 8:xo
--S:40 a. in., 6:o6 a. mn.,
"s to 6:o6 p). in., 7:06 p.
Dp. in., andl 10:-45 p.In.
II :I5 p. in., 12:15 p. Mn.

46 & . i.and

sto 6:51 p.,im., e&lso g:20o
COX SONS & YININ6
72 M~adison Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS OF
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Dgrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.

STUDENTS' BOOKSTORZ
i REAL4 GOOD tailor-mande;I
clothes are not obtainable under
4 $25 but it you appreciate extra-
ordinary value for that money,
have them tailored to measure~
byI,
Hl. V. PRICE '& CO.1
f Let us show you their 500
jbeautiful woolens and take your
imeasure.

NIGHT EDITI
Leo Burnett
Henry Rumimel
F. F. McKinney
On Sport St
Carlton .Jenks
T. Hawley lapping
REPORTE]
t'. F. Thompson
C. A. Swainson
R. S. Collins
I'. C. Roth
C. L. Muller
D~onald Sarbaugh
l euben Peterson
Willis Goodet

now

ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
Jahn S. Leonard F. G. Millard

Loss of popularity Is a bitter

and Main Streets
nient place for
banking.

'an iniallability. A foolish public has
rORS
Chester Lang believed, and had its belief shattered.
Jabin llsu it i el
WValter Nye isnel
ta RemusKline Generalities are ignoran~ces. ',,w, -'
Bruce Miles, papers nre interesting because they
RS'j are human. It is their greatest fault'
J. M. Barrett and their greatest virtue.
1). R. Ballentine
Leon Greenebauni ____------________ ____
1-1. R. Marsh - _ _ _ _
J. F1. Jordan
I). A. Wallace TT~1T
1V. A., P. John

Guaranteed Tailoring at $17x.50
'Sou lick your fabric; choose your std le; then
I will mhake it to your mneasure -That mean;,
Individuality.
No other way of~clothies getting is as flexible
as Tailoring.
We offer the greatest clothavariety: make ex-
actly as you wish and as quickly as you say;
and it's guaranteed tailoring.
White flannel and serge trousers $6.oo and up.
We will half line these, trousers without extra
charge to yon.
E. Ce FLANDERS
Popular Priced Tailor 209 E. LIBERTY STREET

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BUSINESS STAFF iI
R. V. Leffler K. J. Hofmnann
A. ST. Torrey Myron Watkins IPrts
THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1914. Having shelled my daddy's shcckl s;
For an atb-el-etic book,
THE PROFESSIONAL HAND. I feel that Cassie Chadwick,
The ichian nioneleti~~lesWas a crude and short horned crook.
prohibit professional politics, back-al- The numbers call for baseball gamnes,
ley methods, bossism and in a word (I like to watch 'em sizzle)
all of those distasteful, ward heeling On yester eve I took three bolts,,
means of the "outside, practical The game-It was a fizzle.
world." It is as it should be. __
The student who steps into a Union It's it Space Filler Lads, But We're it
office can feel just pride, for he has tinAwful iHurry
not been put there solely by his su- There was a physician of long ago
preme "bravery" in the matter of Who hired a man to shovel his snow;
pledging votes. The Union system for- But instead of a-shovel he gave him a
tuinately confers an honor-the only hoe,
real honor there is. As a nominee and He was a, Floe-me-a-path, you know.
as an officer, he has been a recipient lii.
of appreciation and trust from his fel- ---
loves. Our3i' Miulnl~ei, Minstrels
A discussion of the qualifications is Mr. Johnson: Mr. Bonles, do you
to. be highly desired. That is educa- know why Villa never shoots a man
Lion. And what a success this sys- with a glass eye.
term has proved to be? The present Mr. Bones: No, Mr. Johnson, 1 was
and past efficiency of the Union is not aware of the fact. Will you tell
founde d upon the non-pledging and the assemblage the reason for this
nomination scheme, without the shad-, wonderful fact.
ow of a doubt. The stuident body has Mr. Johnson: Simple. lie uses a buti-
cause to congratulate itself. let. Har, har!!!!
The nomination system brings forth Introducing the infant son of Baul
men who are too sensitive and honor- 1 Tue, our famous big league umpire, in
able to mix in gangs. And so the pro- his comedy dialogue and hundred yard
hibition does prohibit and the men sprint, entitled, "If You're Going to
who have gone into the closer service Throw a Bottle Boys, Be Sure and
of the Union havo gone in with clean PKass the Pop." (Meaning use a Coca
hands. Cola bottle).

THE

209 South~ Stuts Street

Gives clean. wholesomze board at 4.Z

Ater vweek.

SeLfe drinking wwtor,

CHUBS

j VC. IFr0Ixw.Proprietor
1 %y You*r CorkkIlrin Peirm At

H OUSE

ni Chocolates, 80 Cents
In the Maize ad Blue Box
rslty Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Box
[ilk Chocolates , 60 Cents -T4h-ed o
ain Our OwnCleau candly Shop. They're Simply Delicious.

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THE POPULAR PLACE

CHOOL SUPPLIES

utter Loose Leaf Note Books, Loose Leaf
any size. Department Paper and Envelopes
FOUNTAIN PEON HOSPITAL

AND LO, ANOTHER H-UMAN!
The newspaper has been said to have
no heart, to be a wolf, a liar, ra stealer
of peoples' respectability, a beast Land
all that is evil, base, corrupt and. fla-

-0----
lie Should Be Sentenced to Thun a lu-
nior Column For One Week
Jordie Writes: lDear Smiles: What
do you think should happen to the
sanitary medic who enters the hash

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340 S. STATE ST.

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grant. Ihouse, wps111s chiair with theUiC
But, no! A newspaper is only hu- does the same thing to his plat
man. Its news is gathered by hu- knife and other face feeders, to
means, its stories are written by hu- nate luring germs, and then
mlans, its mistakes are human and its his mug at the end of the meal
successes are human. Yes, a newspa- the same napkin?
per is human, is passionate, is enthu---
siastic, is lethargic, is cowardly, is Billie: Did you name your
corrupt, is fearless or is honest. The "Waiter" because it was so slow
newspaper has a heart-a big human Phillie: Ndope, because it was s
heart--the biggest. "Yes, the newspa- customed to tipping.
per is open to all the vicissitudes of---- --
human n Oire, it is capable of the low- Exclusive agents for DMemel
est evil piid of tile- most enth~ralling mesh undlerwear. Lindenschmitt
good n s. &Co.

re, his
elimi-
wipes
.l with.
canoe
so ac-
linen
Apfel

Liketh
try it ii-
tobacco
years-
Tobacco
too smoo
to carry<
Pocket--
You nee:

SMOOTHEKST
TOBACCO
eo Lawforc stroke, the more you
leĀ° more fascinating is Velvet, the
.The best leaf aged over 2e
-time is the only process.
: matured in this fashion is rare-it'sI
nth to irritate or "bite." It's a pleasure
such a smoke-as Velvet in your
-it's extremely companionable!1
.d 41! At your dealers.
.. One oune bags 5C,
convenient four
cigarette znLker3.

FINE TAILORING1 TRADE

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

SPRING SHIRTS

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

j Vht,.re iashp"POP" BAN CRO FT
Beth go ,d and mow: ,t 22 Monroe
%1ill tteat you righlt Cigars, CUgarrttes..'tobacco
M^_,rn, noon and night .atiuYknrY, ltainy, Magga tines
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
141-103410O5 Sotlh Main Stroet I Surplus 711nd Profits, $1Qo01.4
Capital, $100,000 ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Surplus ari Profits, w," ,s $69,000 4W'A3rolhl W in. J. Booth )ht'WltJr.

Varsity Toggery

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1107 S. University Avg nue6.

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