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.TBIJ .fICHIGAN DAILY.

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AN COLORINGS
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es Largest -dine of Woolens
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Script$1.50
Plate and 100 Cards
old English $2.75
Plate, and 100 Cards
shaded old English
$3.00
The above are the three melt
popular styles.
Place your order now at.
STVETSl'BOOKSTORE

THlE MICHIGAN DAILLY
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 _nnder Act of Congress of March
r879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Su,
scription price: by carrier, $2.50; by mail
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building,
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
H-. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 960 and 2414.
&raurice Toulme......Managing Editor
Adna Johnson.,........... Business, Manager
H. Beach Carpenter...... ....News Editor
Fred Fount........Assistant to Editor
F. It. Church......... Sports Edito~r
TUESDA\Y, M AY 19, 1914.
Night Editor-T. Hawley Tapping.

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ed and Express Cars' for TPetrit-7 u 1C
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Cars for Detroit-5:46 a. in., 6 :o6 a. mn.,
every two hours to 6:o6 p. n., 7:06 p.
S:o6 p. in., g:to p. in., and 10:45 P. n.
Ypsilanti only, xx :is p.im., xzti5 p. m.
So p. mn., t3: wa. m.
ed Cars for Jackson-7 :46 A. AL andl
y two hours to 7 :46 P. tin.
Cars for Jackon-s:ra a.&im, 6:5t a. mn.,
every two hours to 6:51 p. in. also 9:zo
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MAKERS Or
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PANAMAS AT

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'l'h(,we will be .an important meeting
of the busintess sta~ff this afternoon at
4:00 o'clock.
SENIOR DAYS!
Wednesdays and. Fridays have been
set aside as senior days by the various
class cap and gown committees. The
seniors are expected to appear in their
academic robes at these times.
The committees have shown excel-
lent good judgment in setting uniform
dates for the entire campus. Last Fri-
day, the caps and gowns were notice-
able by their absence.
Can the senior who refuses to appear
in his cap and gown complain against
the freshman, who refuses to wear the
freshman cap?
MUST SOME ONE BE KILLED?
Automobile and motor cycle speed-
ink; has become a mania on the Ann
Arbor streets. Must some one be kill-
ed-to arouse public opinion to the dan-
gers of such practices?
The warning note was sounded Sat-
urday afternoon, when several stu-
dents narrowly escaped injury at the
hands of a reckless driver on State
street. It is surprising that autoine-
bilists see no danger in rushing
through the great crowds that fill State
street after baseball games and track
meets. It is also surprising that no
check is placed on the speeding on
the corner of State and North Univer-
sity during the noon hour. Hundreds
of students cross these corners every
day. There is all the confusion of the
big city corner, without the speed reg-
ulations and traffic rules. As usual
the .taxicab drivers are the most reck-
less and irresponsible, but -even the
auto owners themselves are filled with
the American spirit of "hurry," and
they choose the most crowded corner
in the city to exercise their speed.
Is it necessary that some one be
killed before the automobilists will
check their speed and the pedestrians
will exercise more care? The nation
wide "Safety First" campaign might
well be applied to Ann Arbor's prob-
lIes,
U'NIVEtSITY NOTICES

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convenient "place for
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CAMPTJSMILIBS
In deinier Brust sidnd define
Schicksal's Sternie.- Schiller.
To Reuben.
To you, dear Rube, these rimes I pen-
Cherish them for good or worse;
As poetry, it's past your' ken,
But it's not poetry, old top, it's verse.
At 8:15, I rushed away,
It broke my heart, Rube, on the level.
I ran twelve blocks, yes, laugh, you
may!.-
And then-1 caught the devil!j
YOU know I thought of her the while;
My tongue .was still, dumb, inelastic.
She hopped' my frame in Pankhurst
style,
I hear them yet--thenm words sarcas-
tic!
You think 'twas her? G'wan, laugh
away !
I hope you choke, or croak, or smoth-
er!
You think. 'twas "Sunnie," bright and
gay?
Oh, no! Tva rn 't her! 'Tpwasr mother!
Sign on a piano player in a Liberty
street store:
Any orinary person can run this
piano jplayeor.
The price of place.
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WANT A. WIFE, A HOME,
OR A TRIP TO THE ORIENT?
--Ad. in the DIet Trib.
What a question'
-o -
'Twixt Yon and Me.
A -goodly number of contributions
have come into the box of the Smiler
unsigned. We are, compelled to pub-
lish them withouit any initials, since
Anon, the world's greatest poet and
humorist is not on this staff. The
smiler requests that all persons affix
their initials, to wit: X. Y. Z.
(}amnis it Brief.
The 1\ichiganensian. .
The Cfat o' NineTiis For You!
Smiles: Having given the Jeanne
d'Arc poster the o, .o, 1 rise with the
statement that the lad, and not Fra
Elbertus' daughter is taking the lead-
ing part.-J. F. S.
FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter, new
style. printype. Price is very low.
Cash or payments. Mack & Co.
FOR SALE-Canoe, 14-ft., good condi-
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Sophomore engineers will hold a
class meeting at 11:00 o'clock today
in room 348 of the engineering build-
ing for the purpose of nominating two
candidates for' the office of student
councilman for next year.
Sophomore Tits=- will meet today in
room 203, Tappan hall, to nominate
two men for student council, at 4:00
o'clock.
Senior lit picture at 12:05 today.
Candidates for Lyceum Lecture club
should consult Thomas E. H. Black
concerning tryouts at once. Phone 1162
All matches in the first round of the
Union tennis tourney must be played
today or be lost by forfeit.-

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THE FARMERS AND. MECHANICS BANK THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
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Ca It1, 10,000Capital Stock $500O0.00
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