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F LATEST STYLES
D COLORINGS
FOR
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1914
lost Line of Woolens
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agents fo* the
Slotted Throat

Tennis Balls
3for $1.00
any make
Look over our Rackets
before buying
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Official newspaper at r.he University of Mich-
igan. Published every morning except Monr
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan nnder Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
cription price: by carrier, $2.o; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
)aarry's Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy ;C.
Fl. Da vis,; Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 2414.
Maurice Toulme ..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson.,...........Business Manager
H. Beach Carpenter..........News Editor
Fred Foatlk.........Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church...............Sports Editor
FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914.
Night Editor-Henry C. Rummel
Business meeting 4:10 today. Im-
portant.
WHO IS A DICTIONARY?
Yesterday, we met this thing "cach-
innations" in an otherwise harmlessly,
interesting article. We faltered, gulp-
ed, started-up again and passed on,
mystified and subdued.
There is this to be said about the
author, he is neither a democrat nor
is he talking to democrats, a danger-
ous habit for a newspaper. The news-
paper is a place for understanding,
general understanding. The profes-
sorial ear and the sophomoric ear are
both to be talked to and at. A look of
self-satisfaction came over the faculty
face, possibly a slight clearing of the
throat. Such is the reward of wisdom!
But the sophomore?
No staunch democrat, no friend of
the people, no man with a political fu-
ture would ever dare "cachinnations."
It is too much. It is not American.
This is a disease for kings.

~TYPEWRITERS"O
New, reouilt, and second-
hand,
For Sale, $10.00 up
For Rent, $2.00 up
3 mos., $5.00
TYPEWRITING
'. D. MORRILL
0'OBaltimore Lunch

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3 for $1.00

TrENNIS

CAMPUSMILES
Loss of popularity Is a bitter
rlval.--Adams.
Batsman's Song
(Dedicated to visiting teams)
Kiss me, mother, a fond farewell,
And stifle those racking sighs;
Dabble away those tears that well,
In your soft and tender eyes;
I'll walk to the plate as a brave man
should,
But don't neglect to pray!
I'm doing as much as a brave man
could,
For Sisler is wild today!
I'd stand before a Krupp or Colt,
And scorn the trite V. C.
I'd wrestle with a lightning bolt,
And mother, pray for me!
But Sisler's got an awful wing,
And now's the time to pray!
Right now I hear the angels sing,
For Sisler's wild today.
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OR TIME TABLE
ss Cars fo Detroit- 'c
rto 6:10 p. n., also 8:10
oit-5:40 a. m., 6:06 a. m.,
ours to 6:o6P. i., 7:06 p.
ira p. m., and 10s45 p. m.
, 1 pS . iP,, .2ISP .n.
a. R.
Jackson-7:4,6 a, . and

One Hundred Rackets to select
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COX SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS OF'
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
. For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.

REAL GOOD tailor-made
clothes are not obtainable under
$25 but it you appreciate extra-
ordinary value for that money,
have them tailored to measure
by i
ED. V. PRICE & C.
Let us show you their 500
beautiful woolens andtakeyour
measure.
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Guaranteed Tailoring at $17.
You pick your fabric; choose your st le;
I will make it to your measure - that m
Individuality.
No other way of clothes getting is as fle:
as Tailoring.
We offer the greatest cloth variety: make ex-
actly as you wish and as quickly as you say;
and it's guaranteed tailoring.
White flannel and serge trousers $6.co and up.
We will half line these trousers without extra
charge to you.
E. C. FLANDERS
Popular Priced Tailor 209 E. LIBERTY STI

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ogs Bank
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D. Har-

80 Cents
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r Sweets, 60 Cents
White Box
dtes, 60 Cents ThenRe d'Box
andy Shop. They're Simply Delicious-.
THE POPULAR PLACE

IN A PROFESSOR'S GARDEN.
Yesterday we watched a "gardener"
-no skilled workman, for he is far
more accustomed to the didactic drill
of class room instruction. Carefully
he had outlined his plans, painstaking-
ly he had prepared the rich, moist
soil, tenderly he was now "setting out"
the young plants, scrutinizingly he
was trimming the shrubbery. This
was, at once, both work and play for
him. Why?
The positive enjoyment from such
labors comes not alone from the men-
tal relaxation and the accompanying
joy caused by a sense of physical well-
being, for there is a happiness, more
serene, more complete, that comes
from being superman, an active, al-
most creative, part of Nature, working
along with her to attain the highest
results, to achieve the noblest ends.
Why do we not think of ourselves as
gardens, practicing this art for the
love of it and, whenever necessary, as
a livelihood or profession? What more'
fertile or highly cultivated territory in
which to work than in our present uni-
versity environment?
Here we may so carefully plan and
execute our work, that when the ideas
implanted here take root and grow to
health and vigor, the bloom of the
flowers will bring to us a satisfaction
that is more lasting than pleasure and
happiness, perhaps to a more beauti-
ful world.

Some Age
Binks: Did you say that you married
that old woman?
,rinks: You insult my wife. She isn't
old.
Binks: Whaddye mean? I used to
dance the twostep with her!
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"Many a girl," said little Nemo last
night, "imagines that the louder a man
claps for an encore, the better dancer
she is."
Mr. Johnson: Mr. Bones, can you
tell me why the captain of Michigan's
baseball team is like Annette Keller-
man ?
Mr. Bones: I am very sorry Mr.
Johnson, but with me there is nobody
at home. You will clear your throat
and tell the boobs who paid four bits
to see this minstrel show, why Sisler
is like Annette Kellerman.
Mr. Johnson: Simple. They both
show wonderful curves in their exhi-
bitions. iar, har!!
I Introducing our famous collegiate
debater, Mons. Duc du Dubuc, who will
argue the question, "Should Liquors
"Be Drunk or Inhaled?"The clatter,
professor.

SIX BIG CON CPC RTS

Course tickets on sale up to and
$4.00 ant $5.oo. On Monday, May
certs will begin, at $i.oo and $1.50

Hill Auditorium, May 13. 14, 15, 16, 1914

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STUDIO ':9 E. Libetty St-

including Saturday, May 2, only, at
4, the sale of tickets for single con-
each.

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:LTA SIGMA RHO
g Cups in Sterling and Plated Silver
$1.50 to $200.00 (See window)
ALLER JEWELRY CO.
306 S. State Street
YOU CAN BUY!!
,,pest
ts, Poultry and Fish
Ai the
. Giesendorfer Market
201 E. Washington St.

STUDENT DIES
FROM OVERWORK
-Headline, Oregon Scarlet.
The old fashioned man!
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"While I detest a drunkard," said
the fem waiter, "I like to see men tip-
sy-"

1Quary Drug Co.

SHOE REPAIRS ?
FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRI
JOHN H. LAMBERT
613 EAST WILLIAM
Oflcial Shoe Doctor to Michigan'
rootbal Team

The Druggists on the Corner

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Bxsiy Your comklin Pen At

Quality-Service and Pric'es
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store.

Right. It doesn't take much dough for some
Tue-Fri men to get a bun on.

Safety razors sharpened keen as new
20 each. Pay after you try blades.
American Tool Co., Dept. A., Columbus,
Ohio. Tue&Fri

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Exclusive agents for Diemel
mesh underwear. Lindenschmitt
& Co.

linen
Apfel
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Open every day until 9:001
Sundays from 9:30 to 4:30 only.
Eastman Kodaks-10c. Lyndon.

p. m.
Rent
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The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
sill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 South
Main St. Tue-Fri

Ann Arbor Steam Dye Works
Experts
Clean ers and Dyers
OSTRICH Feathers a Specialty
All Work Cuaranteed

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IN TWO WEEKS
you Seniors will be
swinging out?
Step i today and
get measured for
your cap and gown
HENRY & CO.
711 North University Avenue

PRESS BVILIDING

MAYNARD ST.

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