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May 26, 1914 - Image 2

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iga, Publihed every nmorning except Mo
day duing he uniaverstyer
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbo
Michigan uinder Act of Congress of March
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Su~
scription~ price: by carrier, $2.5o; by mail
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Buildikg .
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N.&urice Toulme ......... Managing Editorp
Adna Johnson ........uiness Manager
H.~ Beach Carpentr.... ...News Editor p
FrdFuk.......Assatt dtrF Church............... Sports Editor R g t H r
Leonard Risr........ I tercollexiate j$dit~r
Rbert Tannahill .1 . Music and Dama
Glenn kunn .........-t4r~ Gross & Dietzel

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including Palm Beach Cloth,
White Flannel, Outings, $ilk
Ponigees, Rajah Sil1ks, M<hairs
anid all the piopular Hot Weather
Fabrics.

Lillian Thomson.... ,.......Women's Ewditor
EDITORIALS
Harold Hippler Paul Blanchard\
Marshall Fooe Lester Rosesbau a
L.siu David..
NIGHIT EDITORSy
L,-® Burnett Cieter Lang
Henry Rummel}
F. F. McKiney , Walter N4ye~
Carlt~a Jenks ecrnuseKline
T. Hanley Tapping' Bruce SMilest
RZPQRTER5
'Th..mpseas anr
C. A. Swzaineou D. K. Ballentine
IIR. S. Collins: Leon Grteenebauma
B. C.. Roth H. R, Marsh
l C. LMhuller J. F. Jordan 1
JDonald Sarbaugh D.,A. Wallace f
itReuben Peterson W. A. P. Johna
Willis Goedreow
ASSISTANTS TO BUS1.I38 MAI#AGZI
Sherwood Field Harry Johns
John S. Leonard F. G. Milard
BUSINESSTAFF
R. V. Leffler R. J. Hofmann
A. H. Torrey MrnWti
TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1914.
Night Editor-T. Hawley Tapping,
HANDS UP!
The American woman will soo~n
share the ballot with the sterner sex.
She has decided that she will have it,
and she has never yet been denied
what she has wanted. It
will not come today or
tomorrow, but it will come. It
j will not come without resistance from
one side nor without a magnificeali
display of resource, strategy, and
cleverness from the other. Such is th~e
power of charm, the tyranny of beauty
an d feminine capability!
CAMPUS SENTIMENT.
Every influence and shade of thought
has found a voice on this cosnmopoli-
tan campus-world of ours. The south,
the east, the north and the west, all
have had address. They are most in-
teresting to hear. A hasty canvass
amiong Michigan students showed
strong opposition to the equal suffrage
movement on the part of men, hailing
from the east and south. The rough-

1 19 East Washington Street_
and thought of as "a vision of another
world" transformed into a life and
blood person, with a purpose and con-
victions,.1His knightly gallantry and
'fine cour'tesie sare not so pleasing~ as
they were unless he would turn them
to securing the ballot.' And he will,
when the women ch~oose~ to call upon
his gallantry! But the winning over,
will be a pretty piece of trategy and
~resource!
Hands up!
TRAFFIC UEG LATIOVNS
CITY OF ASN ARBOR
Parts oii Olrdinance :-
All vehicles ; shall be driven lin a
careful manner,* and with due. regard
for the safety and con~veiene of oth-
er vehicles and of pedestrifa.
Every i ehicle ,shal keep 'on the
right side of the road or street, ex
cept when necessary to turn tte
left~ in crossing or ini overtaking at
other vehicle.
No person while under the influence
of liquor shall drive any kind of a
vehicle uponx the streets, Ahighways or
public places of the. city.
Lights on automopbiles being oper-
atedI or standling upon said streets,
must be kept burning in fron~t and
rear during the time the city lights
on th~estreets are ligh~ted, and each of
such automobiles shall carry thke state
license exposed in front and rear, as
requiired by the state law.
It shall be deemed a violation of this
ordinance for any person.i~n charge or
control of a~ny vehicle to make with
such vehicle or any device connected
therewith any excessive npoise to an-
noy the public or to open the muffler~
on1 any v~ele, or to permit such ve-
hicl~e or arlY device thereon to emit
smoke, gas or steam within the streets,
and 15 miles elsewhere within 'the
city limits. 169

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and-ready westerners, as usual, are
more liberal and less afraid of change.
The northerners are in a pli'able miood,
disposed to give approval.
But the east anrd the south? The
result might have 'been predicted, with
more than reasonable certainty.
"Prejudice" has been blamed as the
one obstacle between woman and the
ballot. The easterner lives in an. old-.
er country of settled institutions and
century old community customs and
methods of thought. Precedent has a
large following, and a powerful one,
in such a society. 'Woman's place has
been definitely settled.
The southerner is less fortunate. He'
is publicly and notoriously susceptible
to woman's charms, powerless to re-
sist a studied attack. His "prejudice"
is not the antagonism of the eastern-
er. This new woman, with all her
worldliness, disturbs him rather than
arouses aversion or disgust. He sees
the woman, whom he has made love!
'to, whom he has cherished as a flower

We have 88 note Player Piano Rolls
of U. of M. Songs-Grinnell Bros. 120-
122 E. Liberty St. 167-70
The famious WeymaiinM doue
and Martin Guitars' sold at Schaeberqe
&'Sons Music House, Main 'St. 'tf
Try our Suindaes and Sodas.'Eldsill's
Rexall Drug Store, 122 So. Min St. tf

A:lan's Smoke
,the World Over-
j ~The iron - nerved bird- men who
h ride the "bucking bronchos of the
air" - the brawny cowboys 'of the
West-Uncle Sam' sturdy Jack Tars, "cowpunchiders
of th, sea"-in everv calligthat appeals tod men of
initiative and ability - you'll find "Bull" Durham, in
'fresh, hand-mnade cigarettes, the favorite smtoke.

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family by young lady: State location
and terms. Address M~. TL. Q. Mich'.
FOR RENT--I am desirous of renting
my home which will' accommodate
25 students to a 'house club, frater-
nity or sorority. Mrs. F. J. "Chap-
man, 811 Thompson St. tf

FINE TAILORING TPADE

:an and do give you the limit of excell-
railoring, this issue, with ai complete
~-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
ne.
respectfully,
Sam Burchfield& Co.

"Bull" Durham appeals to-thm nonly because
is a superb tobacco, bu~t because of its wonderful flavo
Ever notice that peculiarly distinctive, rich, fragrai
,.coma that only "Bull"' Durham possesses?t his'due1
a generations-old prcess knowni only to the maikers
"Bull"- Durhtim. It is a unique factor in the work
wide success of this famous tobacco.
GENU114E
'LLDhURIIAII
SMOKIN&G TOBACCO
(Inou,,1gf~r forty hand-wade cdgarettes inh each 5c sack-)
Asrarrcigarettes are rolled from "Bull" Durha:
in a ye-ar ::s all brands of ready-made cigarettes in t4
counitry combined- an~d tl
pA ,FRE ales are still growing. G
bok f apr'$' b f it echScsakthe Makings today'-"r(
your own"-and obtain la;
5 ing, healthful enjoyment.
An Illustrated BookletF _
showing how to "Roll 0R

TROUSERS

There is a reason
why we have been~ selling so many'
SILKA'SHIRTS
at from $3.00 to $5.00
TENNIS SIHIRTS pin's-i
collar and4 shior'tsleeves-another lot just re-
ceived.

TENNIS SHIRTS
- TENNIS SHOES

Address "Bull"
, Ro1210

STRAW HATS

Store for Young 'Man
ONER & CO.
STATE STREET

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In the. latest shapes at

'arsity Toggery
1107 S. University Avenut.

Shop

THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS- BANK! 1 THESTATE SAV I
t 0 1.10p3-105 south Main Street ! Surplus and Profits, $11
tlltIytaIapitl Sock$50,000.00
lf i o,orio I CANNtABOR MIH
Surplus~ andi Profis, , $6l19,000Iwm. Arnold Will . .Booth C joh

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