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THiE -MICH$IGAN DAILY

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We are agen[ts for L1he 53. C. iLuS!,Att d1 1Thr!o~ Tennis Rackets. We
a.ve several new tncdels woi 4thlook '~:ing 'jt f,),,(, making your purchase.
right & Dit~on Cba' p oni-II? 1 f,,.(_,1, iatf d Ball S,Goodr~ch Balls
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Assemblies Every Wedntesday and Saturday Evenings.
.A few good spring abates left for rent~als.
h Jewelers
R N O IA & 220 ,South Main St.
Makers of the Official Sigma ' Xi and Phi Beta Kappa keys.
Solid Gold, good weri gh1,tfi ely f1n i ied, and made a little
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!$a i .l~r - v, nor'ning except Monday dr
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I', ~;ircvi ;hJe postot~ice at Ann Arbor, Vich-
i,.Ullde'cr\ct of Congress of March 3
'Cttces: bucotid oor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
inog. Maynard Street.
41Oi: ToHurs: ditor-i to 3 p. ; ;r to to
f). tn. 1usiness Manager- to 3 p. M.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $.5; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy: University Phar macy;
C 11. Davis, Cor. Packard & State
Phone: Bell, 96.
Frank Pen nell..........Manaing Edritor
Joseph Fouchaid........... Business Maager
WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1913.
Night Editor-Leo N. Burnett.
MAY WE SUGGEST.
Alfred Brummeler's tragic death
yesterday from ptomaine poisoning
casts a decided reflection upon Ann
Arbor, for with all its progressiveness,
the community has neer seen fit to
appoint a meat inspector of its own.
We are not preposessing enough to
day that the services of such an officer
will mean absolute safe-guarding, but
it will go a long way toward such a
result. This is not the first time that
we have been aware of the sale of in-
fected meats in the city. Yet Ann Ar-
bor does not differ from any other
place in this respect. The farcical
meat inspection system in operation in
the big packing centers is too well
known to need comment..
It would be well for this country to
emulate the methods used by Germa-
ny inl the handling of the meat prob-
1cm. .It would be well for Ann Arbor
to provide an efficient inspector. We
would suggest that the new Civic as-
sociation include this in its propagan
da. In the meantime, don't scoff at
vegetarians. They're playing the game
safe, which is more than the rest of
us can say.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Advanced Pupils' Recital.
Advanced pupils of the piano, violin
and voice departments of the School
of Music will give the following pro-
gram at a pupils' recital at the School
of Music today at '4:00 o'clock. The
public is. invited'i to attend.
Scherzo Op. 39............ Chopin
Ethel Diamond
O Schone Zeit, oh sel'ge zeit . .Goetze
Ira Cohen
Gigue ......... .........Scarlatti
Elma Snyder
(a) A Serenade...........La Forge
(b) Spooks ............... La Forge
(c) Like the Rosebud....... La Forge
Eleanor IHornby
Sonata, G major, Op. 13 ...... Grieg
(second and third movements)
(Marian Struble)
Border Ballad............. Cowen
Russell Alman
Nocturne, B major ...,........ Chopin
Bessie Bond Kennedy
'The Comedy club will make its last
appearance of the year this evening
in Sarah Caswell Angell hal, present-
ing two one act plays under the direc-
tion of Art Cohen and Joe Turpin. The
affair will be complimentary to
members of the Deutscher Verein and
the Cercle Francais and their friends
being invited. It is intended in this
way to try out some of the new ma-
terial for the public performance next
year.
"The Hooligans" will be given by
Art Cohen, Benjamin Welling, and

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S tudents are esj ccially wanted to enroll'
Clarence Nutting. In "How The Vote
Was Won," the players will be Joe
Turpin, Spencer Scott, Leah Moscovitz,
H;elen Baker, Sophie Koch, Ruth Gra-
bell, Isabelle Rizer, Francis Lakin,
Ethel Kenyon, and Mildred Rees.
CA-1PUSIN BRIEF.,
From present indications the Fisch-
er party scheduled for Friday night
may be the last appearance of the
Fischer orchestra in Ann Arbor. Tick-
ets for the affair are limited to 75, and
are meeting with a heavy sale. They
may be obtained by calling phone 319
or 236.
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A double header is billed in the in-
terclass series for this afternoon at
4:05 on south Ferry field. The teams
playing the roles today are the senior
lits vs. the junior Tits and the senior
laws vs. the junior laws.
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The last installment of pins for the
Cosmopolitan club will be sent for at
the end of this week. Anyone wishing
to order one should see or call Fred
B. Foulk, 366-J, or W. M. Johnston,
Secretary.
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Regent Sawyer was in the city yes-
terday conferring with President H.
B. Hutchins and Secretary Shirley W.
Smith in regard to the university budg-
et for next year.
To Investigate Canvassing Proposi-
tions.
Some get-rich quick canvassing
propositions with phenomenal and gar-
bled records are leading university
men to investigate more carefully.
Several strong men of experience and
judgment have recently examined a
new proposition to find its merits.Here
is what they found: A new, up-to-date,
practical necessity. Square deal to
cutomer. Sells well because it saves
money,, and covers a field not yet
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be handled by men of ordinary ability.
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dealing, exclusive territory, experi-
enced leadership in the field. These
men are going out. If open to a solid
proposition investigate this one. Phone
937 (ask for General Agent) for infor-
mation or interview. Call and see us.
Think it over. If interested come
back. We are not in business to sell
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