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.THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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old English $2.75
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shaded old English
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The above are the three most
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STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich
igan. Published every morning except Mon
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbo-
Michigan under Act of Congress of March
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Su
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.
.aurice To ime..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson,............Business Manager
11. Beach Carpenter............ews Editor
Fred Foulk .............. Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church. ...... .... Sports Editor
SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1914.
Night Editor--F. F. McKinney.
WHY AND WHEREFORE?
The 1914 Michiganensian wiii be put
on sale Monday. The Michiganensian
is a concise record and history of the
undergraduate activities of the present
year. It includes pictures of your
classmates and of your friends, and
their associations. Twenty years from'
now-even ten---a reference to these
faces and associations will be thor-
oughly enjoyable, profitable and inter-
esting.
The 1914 Michiganensian furnishes
such a record. The book is carefully
edited, attractively bound and its price
is moderate. Two dollars and a half
invested in a 1Michiganensian at this
time, is well worth consideration by
all classes.

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State cor. Huron

R. S. LORING, Pastor
Morning Service at o3o
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cards from your plate 90c
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The strong man wants to. be
progressive and free. But Carlyle
,said, "Whoso cannot obey cannot
be free." What is man to obey,
the fixed standards of churches, or
the religious impulse within which
one ever seeks new forms of self-
expression.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY AT 7:30
Mr. J. L. Richards
on The CARE of TREES

State St.

WA H RKTS Main St.
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

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Leading Merchant Tailors.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Lirrited and Express Cars for Detroit-7.10
a. m. and hourly to 6:1o p. M., also 8:10
P. M.
Local Cars for Detroit-5 :40 a. m., 6:06a. m.,
and every two hours to 6 :06 p. mn., 7v:o6 p.
m., 8:o6 p. n., 9:1o p. m., and 10:45 p. m.
To Ypsilanti only, 1:15 p. M., 2:1S p. m.
12:30 P. tn., 1:0# a. 0.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. m..
Local Cars for Jackson-5:12 a. :n, 6:51 a. M.,
and every two hours to 6:5x p. m., also,¢:20
P. mn., i11:15 p. im.

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We've all the good
styles
PANAMAS AT $5.

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at $17.50
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No other way of clothes getting is as flex-
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We offer the greatest cloth variety: make
exactly as you wish and as quickly as you
say; and it's guaranteed tailoring.
White flannel and serge trousers $6.00 and
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We will half line these trousers without
extra charge to you.

COX SONS & VINING
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS or
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
apital Stock $3oo,ooo Surplus $xoo,ooo
Resources $3,ooo,ooo
A General Banking Business Transacted
ficers: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., W. D. Har-
riman, Vice-Pres., M. J. Fritz, Cashier
Canoe

over Baltimore Lunchx
REAL SPORTSMANSHIP.
The committee on college baseball
appointed by the National Collegiate
Athletic association has recently sub-Me
mitted its report. The committee has Mildred Rees, Catherine Wenley, and
recommended what it considers "is ap- Jane Hicks; for corresponding secre-
propriate and desirable in the conduct tary, Grace MarLuedant, Marian Stowe,
of the game itself, in order that the Helen Dow and Mildred Carpenter;
manners of the officials, players, and for chairman of the membership com-
spectators may be uniformly those of mittee, Honora Fogerty and Faith
gentlemen, where the highest idea.ls o1'
fairness and sportsmanship shall be Coss; social committee, Gertrude
maintained." Snow, Marion McPherson, Marguerite
The report c o n t i n u e s: "We Haag, Mary Purdy and Alice Lloyd;
do not think anything should be housekeeper, Lois Townley and Grace
done which would diminish the virility
of he am, o lese th scpeof n-Fletcher; point system, Martha Gray,
of the game, or lessen the scope of in- Irene Litchman, Adele Westbrook, Hel-
dividual skill or of clever team work, 'enBakerhan, AdiieMWerkhai-
but we earnestly contend that strat-
egy must not deteriorate into trickery, man of faculty teas, Florence Haxton,
Lenore Haimbaugh, Elsa Apfel, Cath-
andtha th rues f te gme usterine Bierkamp, Helen Tuttle and Ber-
be observed, not only in the letter but erthePBlfrkB
in the spirit as welltha Pulford.
"In gener-al theattention of die .The election will be held on May 27.
students should be called to the im- *l* university women who are in-
portance of courtesy on the part of

E. C. FLANDERS

Popular Priced Tailor

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when you want it.

HE pleasures of using a
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if you try this
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the home institution to the visiting
team, a courtesy which will forbid such
cheering, singing or chatter as are de-
signed at critical moments to "rattle"
the visiting team.
"A baseball game is a splendid con-
test of skill between two opposing nin-
es, before an academic throng of spec-
tators; it is not a contest between a
visiting team and a local team assisted
by a disorderly rabble. It is delight-
ful, when, as often happens, a fine play
by the visiting team is as heartily ap-
plauded as a similar play by the home
team."

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U. of M. Seal Spoons, $1.25 Special
Michigan Pins, Seals and Novelties

terested in obtaining employmnent fr
the summer vacation, which will pay
a good salary, besides expenses, will
have an opportunity to investigate a
reliable proposition, on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday of this week, be-
tween 3:00 and 5:00 o'clock, in Dean
Jordan's office in Barbour gymnasium.
Those sophomores, whose scholastic
records are clear, and who wish to act
as junior advisors next year, are ask-
ed to send a postcard bearing a state-
ment to that effect to Dean Jordan at
once, as the new committee will hold
its first meeting this week to organize
next year's program.
* * *
University women will sell lollypops
on the campus on Wednesday of this
week, for the benefit of Palmer field.
About $35 was realized from the can-

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PRICE $1.25
R. D. Kiune S. W. Clarkson Harrison Soul.
President Cashier V. President
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Ann Arbor. Mich.
Capital $'oo,odo.
Surplus and Profits, $65,ooo

Quarry Drug o Co.
The Druggists on the Corner

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Haller Jewelry Co.
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Phone 534

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Final nominations for officers of the
women's league, made at the board

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meeting yesterday morning, are as folw dy sale at the engineering exhibit.
lows: for president, Clara Roe, Cath- * . *
erine Reighard, Helen Malcomson and Grace Bowers, '12, has donated a
Josephine Hayden; for vice president, Ihandsome silver cup as a trophy for
Judith Ginsburg, Alice Wiard, and Ro- the hockey tournament to be held soon.
maine Bramwell; for treasurer, Mar-I-
garet Foote, and Edith Moiles; for re- LOST-A ladies watch on Ferry field,
cording secretary, Helen Humphries, Saturday. Reward. Phone 637. 162

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University Music ibouse
Mrs. M. M. Root
PRESS BVILDING MAYNARD ST.
A. B. CHASE PIANOS
"Here is order for three more Style A Upright Pianos.
Of the pianos purchased of you last year the Concert Grand
is superb--winning friends for our Conservatory constantly.
The possession of a frill equipment of your excellent
pianos here has had no insignificant part in the success
of our dasartment.
EARLE G. KILLEEN
Director Dept. of Music, Coe College' Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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You may pay a little more for Pack's Portraits, but you will
be satisfied with the tasteful artsitic quality in them"

RANDALL & PA CK,

PHOTOGRAPRERS 121 E.

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