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May 20, 1914 - Image 2

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.THEB LICHIQAN fDAILY.

Now On Display'
ALL THE LATEST STYLES
AND COLORINS
FOR
SPRING
The Largest Line of Woolen.
In the city to select from

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SENIORS,
Order Your Visiting
Cards Now
P late and 100 Cards
Script $1.50
Plate and 100 Cards
old English $2.75

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STHE . 'UCI-HIGAN DAIL Y
Official newspaper at .he University of Mich
igan. Publishedi 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
scrip tion price: by carrier, $2.5o; by niai
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Buildiiig.
Quarry's Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy; C.
H. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 2414.
MAsurice Toulme......... Managing Editor
Adna Johnson...........Business Manager
H. Beach Carpenter....... .N'ews Editor
Fred Foulk ............Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church...............Sports Editor
WEDNE SDAY, MAY 20, 1914.
Night Hditor--Leo N. Burnett.

IPlate and 100 Cards
shaded old English
$3.00
The above are the three most
popular styles.
Place your order now at

TYPE WRITERS
N'ew, reoujit,.and second-
1,and,1
For Sale, $10.00 up .
For Rent, $2.00 up
3 mos , $5.00
CAMPUSMI LES
In definer Brust Sind dene
Ciliieksall's Sterne.--Scliller.
EDITORI AL.
It is seldom that the editor of this
counbecomes serious. It is seldom
columndishi e it tecasi
tat hedriptiismpendintoshe cauvtic
aains h ofcritics aig, and asesbey
agth ay.nstthe eomesnstandfible
of th Bthehlf feeremeshethuatn~

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DON'T DELAY; ORDER THEM NOW
VISITING CARDS

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cards with plate $1.50 to $3.50
cards from your plate 90c
All work guaranteed

State Stl

WAH R3 SMain St.
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

On ll. WILD CO.
Leading Merchant Tailors
ETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
dted and Express Cars for Detrot-y zo
m. and hourly to 6 : i ep. in., 'ala 8 : io
in.
alCars for Detroit-5:46 a. in., 6 :x6 a. in.,t
id eery two houirs to 6-.o6 p. in., 7:06 p.
.8:06 p. in., 9:i0 p. in., and [o:45 p. m,
Ypsilanti only: 7:46 a. m., 8:20 a.m,, 11:06'
mn., 5:06 p. in., 11:15p. mn., 12:15 p.mi.. 12:34
in., 1:00 a. M.
ited Cars for Jackson-7;:46 a a. i.*ad
eery two hours to 7:46 p.,in.
RI Cars for Jackso-S:12 a. m., 6:51 a. m.,,
4d every two hours to 6:5x p. in., also 9:20
in., 11I: IS p. in.

STUDENTS' BooKSmTolRE

"PROFESSOR."1
A "professor" is a polyglot. He is a
learned scientist--or a whip-cracker
in a one ring circus. He is a dignified
scholar-or a curb stone vendor of pat-
ent medicines. He. Is a leader of the1
age--or a bumptious pounder of the1
side -show piano. He is a magnificent
dreamer-or an end man in black-face
comedy. He is a apoleon of Ideas-
or a fiddler at a country side shuffle.

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COX SONS & VINING
12 Minn Ave., NEW YORK
MA&KERS Off
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
LFor All Dog reom
I~aay be Ordered from
MACK & CO.

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He is an idealist, the minister of a!--------------------
or humorist, when he must voiceA an
coming generation-or a dancing mas-I honest opinion on vital matters. The
ter. time for the Smiler to speak is here.
Everyone is a "professor" in Ameni-" The education of this nation is on the
ca. None is too high and none too low, 'downward path. Prominent educators
to enter. have, for years, voiced this opinion,
-- btut it took no root in the adolescent
"YES, YES, GO ON." minds of the people at large. But now,
The women of the university are we, at Michigan have conclusive evi-
coming into their own. It is time, and deuce that these words have great im-
the Michigan public will not be slow port. Our educational 'curriculum is
in its appreciation, nor stingy with its' weak, and is wobbling on its last legs.
applause. Our greatest failing came' to light on
Thursday marks a new epoch in Monday afternoon. Sisler failed to get
women's activity in this none too con- }a. hit.
genial atmosphere of coeducation. But 1-0
Michigan is learning, and the presenta- CCOXEY'S ARMY
tion of the Jeanne d'Arc pageant will HAS DESERTED.
startle the complacency and indiffer- --Headline.
ence of many and many a doubting and And we don't blame him in the least.
reluctant Thomas. It has been but --o---
lately that the women of the univer- :1ll of Which TCakes Up Spae

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Guaranteed Tailoring at $17.50
You pick your fabric; choose Sour st3 le; then
I will make it, to your mneasture - that meanis
Individuality.
No other way of clothes getting is as flexible
as 'tailoring.
We offer the greatest cloth variety: mnake ex-
actly as you wish and as quickly as you say ;
anid it's guaranteed tailoring.
White flannel and serge trousers $6.oo and up.
We willihalf 'line these trousers without extra
charge to you,.
E. C. FLANDERS
Popular Priced Tailor 209 E. LIBERTY STREET
YOU CAN BUY!
The best
Meats, Poultry and Fish
at the
S. P. Si'es en dorfte r 'Marke t
201 E. Washington St.

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We';ve all the, g4
styles

Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Stock $300,000 Surplus $1o0,oo
Resources $3,000,000
neral Banking Business Transacted
Chas. F_. Hiscock, Pres., WV. D. Hiar-
,, VicePres., Mv. J. Fritz, Cashier

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LET US PREPARE YOUR LUNCH FOR THAT
UP-RIVER TRIP
V 'Io ell us what you want--We'll have It ready
when; you want it.
1111 Memorial Buildiiig Souvenir Spoons

sits nave received even courteous rec-
ognition from the general public. Their
development has been slow, but it has
been healthy, and today they are found
undertaking a gigantic task, equal to
anything that is dared by the sterner
sex. They are found staging a pageant
that calls for four hundred players and
the expenditure of several thousands

Little pigs are whirligigs,
Little fish are bad.
H-umorists are pessimists,
And always sad.
Wise indeed is the man who goes up
the river in a canoe' and refrains ;from
crackin-- that trite, trite thing: And

of dollars. The elaborate production
will be presented on Ferry field wvhere
thousands of spectators can be accom-
modated with the,- greatest ease and
convenience.

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now we'll hug the shore.
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The M. L.'s got a rainbow tie,
The sporting ed. wears yellow shoes.
The Smiler smiles while making wiles,
And gets the blues.

T HE pleasures of using a
superior article are found
if you try this
DISTIL LE'D
IMP RTED
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Ann Arbor Squirrel Spoons
U. of M. Seal Spoons; $1.25 Special
Michigan pins, Seals and Novelties

Fin~e Watch and Jewety_ Repairing

Truly, the women have come into
their own. There is nothing small
about this pageant.
"Yes, yes, go on?"
Fresh INet Men Victors Over Juniors
Freshmen took the third match of
the interclass tennis series, 4 to 1,
from the juniors yesterday afternoon.
Pan won the sole match for the juniors
in two love sets, against Kennington.
Two uncompleted matches, one singles
and one doubles, went to the freshme'n
by default.' The result follows: Pan
vs. Kennington, 6-0, 6-0; Hart vs.
Crane, 6-1, 6-2; Bradbee~r vs. Ettin-
ger, 6-4, 6-4; Grylls vs. Reindel by
default, 6-3, 3-6 (default) ; Barthel
and Hart vs. Pan and Ettinger, 6-1,
4--6, 4-2 (default). The freshmen
play the sophomores today.
Two Interclass Diantond Clashes Today
The following two games are sched-
uled for play this afternoon in the in-
terclass' baseball series: junior laws
vs. all-homeops, and senior engineers
vs. junior engineers.

Hailer Jewelry Co.
State St. Jewelers 306 S. State St.

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What's in a name-after dark?
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The springtime anomaly:
Paddle your own canoe.
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Our )Mid-Summer Minstrels.
Notice: Theatre dark this week,
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From Our Gargoyle Correspondtent'
Syracuse Coach: You've got 'some
catcher, I hear.
Lundgren: Yep, he's a regular Baer.
-Naturally, having been tutored by
an ex-Cub.
ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
SPITING AND SUIMMER STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
lored.
Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Make and
Style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tomn Work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. ti'

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Equip Your Canloe
with
KAPOX Cushions
Leatherette covered and stuff-
ed with a material which is
soft and yielding, yet of such
a nature that arosingle cushion
will support 20 pounds of di-
rect gravitation downward in
the water for 24 hours.
PRICE $1.25
R. I). Ktnne S W. Clarkson Harrison Soule,
Presidenut Cashier V. President
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Ann Arbor, Mich,
Capital $,xoo,ooo.
Surplus and Profits, $65,000

Quarry [Dru' Co.'
The Druggists on the Corner

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Experts
Cleaners and Dyers
OSTRICH Feathers a Specialty
All Work Guaranteed
Phone 628 We Call and Deliver

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PRmSS BUILDINoG

MAYNARD ST,,

Evcery modern convenience ; street being paved.
line. Sleeping porch. Reason for selling, leaving
abundance of shrubbery.

Near car
city. An

Terms-Small cash payment down, balance in monthly install-
ments. Inquire 905j Church St. Phone qi2-M.

A.sB.1 HASEPIANOS
"MHere is order for three more Style A Upright Piano.
(f the pianos pucc hasedf of you last year.the Concert Grand
is superb-. winning friends for our Conservatory cpnstantly.
Tihe possession of ,a full equipitmeut of your excellent
pianos here has had nio in.significant part in the Succes$
of our dasartiment.
HARI E G. IILEI N
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