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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

of Spring Woolens"

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

_FN ERS TO RAVE MATCHIES.,

Official newspaper at te nierit o Mch)Faculty Men to Meet. Student Wielders

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Largest Assortment in the City
Ready for Your Inspection,

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ack GoodsI

Complete Line of
Shoes, $3.00
ig Corks, 15c,

Running :suits, $1,.00
Supporters," 50 and 75c

EHAN Q S toda rts"
EHAN ~.Co.'Bookstore

Published every morning. except Monday dur-
ing the :university, year.
Entered at the postoffice at Aarn Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1 879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, M9aynard Street..
Office 'lfours : Iditor-r to 3 p. m. ; 7 to xo
1,. m. Business Manager-- to 3 p. mn.
Sub.'.scriion Price: By carrier, $2.5o; by mail,
Want Ad( Stations: Press Building; Q},uarry's
Phiarmuacy ;Lniversity Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionery Store.
Phone11: Bell, 96o.
F'rank Peninell.............M lanaging E'ditor
josephi Fouchard..... ......,usiness Manag-er
Manurice Toli e---------------.News Editor
C. H arold Ilippler----------------X ssistant
Karl Matthcws--------------..\thletic Editor
G. C. lidredge-----------------Assistant
john To'(w1)1-,V ...........Music anrd Dr-ama
Mlacde l;:iards-----------Women
I laroclld:1. Abbott..........artoonist
EDITORIALS
flarold G. McGee Louis P. Haller
Howell Van Auken Manrice Myers
R. Emmett Taylor l dwiin R. Thurston
Robert Lane
NIGHT EDITORS
Il l.1each Carpenter Yred B. Foulk
Bruce J. Miles Lester V. Rosenhaumi
MNortonR. Hunter Morris Milligan
David D. Hlunticng
REPORTERS
L~eonard At. Rieser J. Selig Yellen
Leo Bu:-nctt Penn li. [lossick
F. fI Church Carlton jenks
Charles S. johrnson C. 11.ILang
Hernus T?.MKle \Wi!l Shafrotl,
Y.V. -.jabin risn 11. lC. Runincl
V~. F. McKinnev W. R. Mceltou
R. Ea. Cunningham
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, jr...Advertising Managei
Lmerson R. Smith ..............Accountant
H arry E. j (ihuson....... Circulation Manager
Sherwood Field John Leonard
TUE1SDAY, MARCH 4, 1913.
Night Edi~or-K M. Church.
FIAMILIARITY WITH THE BIBLE.

of Foil i a Series of Bouts.
A. series of mnatches has been ar-
ranged between the Fencers club team
and a faculty team representing the
University club. The first match will
be held Thursday evening in the Uni-
versity club rooms over Wagner's, and
three men witl make uLp the team of
each organization, every man on one
team meeting every man on the other.
The faculty team will consist of
Prof. C. F. de Muralt, Mr. J. R. Hay-
den and Prof. R. Talamon.
Final tryouts will be held Wednes-
day afternoon in the fencing room at
the gymi to determine the personnel
of the university team. All students
are eligible for this team, and it Is
hoped that fencers who are not affili-
ated with the club will turn out for the
com petition.
IWT'lANl('AL IEPARTMlENT MEN
ACCEPT OFFICIAL POSITIONS.
Word has been received by members
of the faculty of the botanical depart-
ment of the appointment of two grad-
uates of the department to official po-
sitions along agricultural lines.
.john S. Bordner,"'08, of Bristol, In-
diana, has been appointed agricultural
expert for his county, and -George L.
Keenan, who received his master's de-
gree last summer, has. accepted a po-
sition as microscopic expert in the
bureau of chemistry at Washington.
Professor ,'Scott to Address Journalists
:Professor F. N. Scott will address
the school of journalism at Notre
Dame University on March 20. He
will speak on matters relating to

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club homes, an hour was given over
last evening to consideration of the.
Bible. Members of the faculty met
with various groups for the purpose of
interesting the student group mem-
hers in a Lenten consideration of the
Scriptures. The meetings were the
first of a series to continue throughout
the remaining weeks before Easter.
Of course it is not expected that an
exhaustive study can be made, even of
one book, of Scriptures, in the short
time allotted for the series of meet-
ings. But what can be fostered, and
in many instances created, is an inter-
est in-the Scriptures among men who
are too prone to neglect the residing of
their Bibles.
Truly a mavn's religion is personal.
A man may accept no established
creed andl'be a Christian. A man may
believe :firmly in an established creed
and be a Christian. But in any "man's
religion, should not the Bible be a
factor?
The Bible is the official document of
Christianity. Should not a man,, then,
be familiar with the Bible? If he has
formulated, his own religion, personal
or established, should he niot be famil-
iar with the Scriptures? If he has not
yet established his religion, should he
not fa iiiarize himself with the Scrip-
tures before taking this important
step?
Therefore does it not behoove all of
us to get behind the movement to fos-
ter among college men an interest in
the written teachings of Christianity
-the Bible?
Old Daily Man Visits in City Sunday.
Clarence E. Eldredge, '09-'11L, man-
aging editor of The Michigan Daily,
'09-1I0, spent Sunday in Ann Arbor.
He is now practicing law in Chicago.

loi ,a Professor Will Address Acolytes
Prof. E. D. Starbuck, of the philos-
ophy department of the University of
.Iowa, will speak before the Acolytes
Wednesday evening on "Psychology
and Religion." The Quadrangles will
be the guests of the Acolytes.
LAST YEAR'S STUPENTi'i' swN
At CONTRACT IWITH "iRAi TES"
Fred Shuessler, a member of the
fresh law class last year, has signed
a contract with the Philadelphiia Pi-
rates. 'While in the university ° iues-
sler played with the ineligible base-
ball team as an outfielder.
Hiis contract with the natioi~al league
team states that if the outfielder fails
to make good this year he will be giv-
en another chance, in 1914.
"Blobby" Williams, '12, Takes at Bride.
".Bobby" Williams, '12, of Little
Rock, Arkansas, was married last Fri-
day to Miss Marian Clark of that city,
the daughter of Senator Clark of Ar-
kansas. H-e is a member of the Psi
Upsilon fraternity.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

Members of the membership cam-
paign committee of the Cosmopolitan
club meet at 509 E. Liberty' street
Wednesday at 7:00 o'clock.
Glee club rehearsal, 7:00 o'clock this
eNvening,, University Hall.
Singing chorus rehearsal for "Con-
trarie Mary," 7:00 o'clock this evening,
at Union.

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( lass every Monday evening, 7 to S o'clock.I
Privrate Lessons by appo intment. Reinc57L

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All freshmen who intend to
Jeffersonian must attend the
Friday, March 7.

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COMMERICE (C'LIJ B TO DECI)E
ON S PREINC e U E T TOIN W HT.
The Commrerce club will hold 4 reg-
ular business meeting tonzight in the
economics building to decide upon
the plans for the annual spring trip.
Every year the club travels to some
larg-e city for the purpose of inspec-
ting large industrial plants. This
year t',e club heas under copsideration'
the cities of Detroit, Cleveland and
Chicago.
JUNIOR J)EBATERtS PICK{EI)

l ~ venient fort
cigarette$)

Fatten Genus and
you kill, him.. Pass
him the Velvet tin
and you open up the
springs of inspiration.
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does not brighten in
the glow of this choice
tobacco. Here is
tempting fragran:e,
delightful richness,
satisfying smoothness
-unmarred by even
a trace of bite or burn.

Percival Bl.anshard and W C. Mul-
lendore were picked to represent the
junior lits in the university oratorical
contest, at the final junior contest held
in room B3 of the law building Satur-
day. The subjects of the winners
wvere, respectively, ~Christianity and
the Social Crisis,," and "The Degrada-
tion of Our National Honor."
These men will compete in the final
Varsity contest to be held in Universi-
ty Hall March2 27.

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