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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.te Line of S rin Woolens TUMCIA AL
P Oicial newspaper at the University of Mich-

- gan.
['icblished every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.

*U. OF M.
BOAT LIVERY

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Golf

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La rgz;t A-,3 -t nent in the City
R'la" y for Y our Inspctiio ,

H. WILD CO.

311,S.

State Street'

t.iitered at the postoflice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of Marcih 3,
1 879..
)iices : Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard. Street.
-)ffice Hours: editor-Y to 3 p. m.; to xo
P.'in. Business Manager-i to 3 p. m.
iubsiPtion Price': By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
'Pharmacy:, University Pharmacy;
C. HI. Davis, Car. Packard & State
'hone: Bell, 96o.
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?rank Pennell..............Managing Editor
Ioseph Fouchard...........Business Manager

For a Quiet Afternoon,
or Evening

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GO UP THE HURON

Most Complete Stock in the. City.
Every Article Cuaranteed.
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Y'e arc agen s for the . H C. Lu So hrittln i, kets V We
e ovcra'. new u r ctls wo: t'h hok ir'gat rbcfore rnatk in y'iur'purchaste.
TENNIS BAtLLS
ight~SiE.'i°STvt & i~nlapo~i x~s l 'at1 ;(l(JaS

Canoe Trips
YPSILANTI - Twelve miles. Time,
four hours. Total cost, including,
rent of canoe, dray and $173
freight ..................
]LAKELAN D, and down the Huron,
Thirty-five miles. Trime, one day.
Total cost. including rent$20
of canoe, dray and freiglit

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THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1913.
Night Editor-Russell H. Neilson.

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Introduct' ; s

f 4YPIDS silo vr1 :-
c and modesZ'ty in
sa 'u'~envIII) Lht1c
(' aLll along h llk thlly
TRODTI CTION.

("o :es ponden ee
THlE iE.S, promptlIy
WRI'rTEN.

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Dalmr -Lunch]
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Call o,, :d 155

On Call Day or Nlight.
Auto and Rag jage Livery.

30NORTH. MAIN STREET

WRITE YOUR HIGH SCHOOL.
Just think4 what the. interscholastic
next week would mean if every high
school in the state could enter a team!
Phe interscholastic manager realizes
he significance and is bending every
effort toward swelling the list of en-
;ries. Let's help him by writing to the
o0ys back tin the home town urging
heir attendance. Ask them to write
.he Michigan athletic authorities for
Information. It won't take more than
t minute of your time and may bring
ieeded results. Even a one man team
will be better than, none at all, and
will prove a source of benefit both to
he university and to the high school
.,epresented.
YOU USED TO.
Ever sit on the little wooden bench
gear the economics building and let
your eyes wander up that big white
hole near .he cannon-up, up to the
ired, white and blue flag?
Ever stop to realize that way back
n knee-pants days, you'd rise from
your school-room desk every morning
with a lot of other little fellows, and
l)ut your hand first on your heart and
ithen on your head-and salute that
lag? You didn't know much about
what these words "one country and
.mne flag" implied, but your childish
ace wore a serious expression and
our heart knew that there was some-
.hing solemn andl important about
,hat ceremony.
Since then you haven't given that
lag much thought-have you? It's
:seen on exhibition in labor parades, at
,)olitical meetings; and you've seen
epartnient stores and hotels decorat-
{d with it on days that you went to
.he park or beach. But you haven't
)laced your hand upon your heart and
read, and saluted it, as you used to do,
_nd as the students in foreign coun-
ries do. Isn't that so?
Well-the next time you sit on that
ittle wooden bench near the econom-
cs building, and let your eyes wander
ip that big, white pole near the can-
ion-up, up to the red, white and blue
lag-salute it! ' Yes-put your hand
an your heart and then on your head,
imd-salute it! We dare you!
I CAIIPICTS IN BRIEF. I
Members of the Adelphi literary so-
^iety. will hold their annual smoker
at the Union Saturday evening at 7:30
a'clock. No program has been arrang-
ed but some of the members will be
galled upon for short talks by E. J.
Rosenberg, '13, who will act as, toast-
master. Tickets are on sale at 25

UJ. of M. Boat House
North Main St. By the Bridge
P. G. TESSMER, Prop.
Mr. Ii. J. Young, of the forestry de-
partment, together with a number of
forestry students has just completed
the planting of a large number of
western yellow, 'white and Scotch
pine seeds in the nursery of the East-
ern Michigan Edison company. This
planting is part of the work in the
laboratory course in silviculture.About
7,500,000 seedlings- are expected from
this planting.
Mrs. W. P. Lombard will receive
university women at, her home at 805
Oxford Road from 3:00 o'clock until
6:00 o'clock tomorrow. She will be
assisted by Mrs. H. R. Lloyd, 'Mrs. C.
W. Edmunds, Mrs. M. P. Tilley, and
Miss Gomberg.
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Senior women will be taxed 50
cents for senior play expenses. This
amount should be handed to Florence
Swinton, Agnes Green~, Viona Cole-
man or Agnes Parks, before tomorrow.
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Senior invitations for the lit de-
partment will be distributed at the S.
L. A. window in University hall to-
morrow and Saturday between
the hours of 10:00 to 12:00 and 1:00 to
3:00 o'clock. Orders for extra paste
boards may be placed.

St-sdle 319- M. lHtzroirv St.,

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Contrarte Mary" cores and Muise
at
GRINNELL BROS., 120-122 E. Liberty St.
The House that Saves you Money on anything you buiy in the realm of Music.
CARDS - PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
ING WRITE
SAMPLES
GRLGOPY MAYR & THOM C°. DETROIT. MICH
We have just received an order of that bath soap vwbich lathers so
well in hard water. 5c cakes unscented; ioq cakes scented ' iith al-
mond. Also Jergen Violet Glycerine; roc a cake, 3 for 25C.
VAN DOREN'S Pharmac
THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUALITY

jjulainumi~

Preferred by discriminatirg people for exquisite
and enduring beauty of tone, for ab~olute integrity
of workmanship, for undoubted reliability-.

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An Arbor Time Table

SEASON

~.University

VL ftoid Cars r5 #o r vo13-7:12 a m. and
hourly to 6:1' P. La.. also5:1:2 . al.
Local Cabs br Dv j ii-5;4 tt. iW., 6:40+ a.
j m., arnlI uery two hour-, Lo 6;40 p, in-.7:40
p. m , n 1o 1.mn.. 9:-i; p rn . and 1,J:45 p -m
I'O Y"g-itaui Illy. 11.1 p. in.,'12:15 p. Mn.
trnltied Cas for Jackm n-7 :46 a. mn. and
!E' ' ry btu bours o7:46'p im.
Ix ("!IC,.rs for ,hickson--5 :20 a.m., and
ever 1y tw"o hours to 9:20 P.M, 11:15 p~m

Designer of Meng's Clothes

THLEAITRICAL CIRCLES.

PAHO NE 1 15

ANNOUNCE MENT

GO TO

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" rchfield & Co.'s

Frank McIntyre who as a cor.Ac op-
era comedian has achieved the success
of his career in "Oh! Oh!f Delphine!"
during the past seson in New York
will arrive in Ann Arbor May 20, and
will devote most of his summer to
writing the music for a musical comn-
edy,, the book and lyrics for which
have. been written by Percival T.
Moore and Brandon Hurst.
Comedy Club Entertainment.
A small audience of invitd sts
was enjoyably entertained last even-
ing by the Comedy club in their pre-
sentation of two one-act plays. "The
Hooligans" was ably given by Arthur
Cohen and Clarence Nutting. The sec-
ond, play "How, the Vote was Won"
was suite amusing. Miss Rizer de-
serves special mention. Her poses
were interesting and her gestures full
of meaning, Miss Moskowitz also
played well.
Norman Hackett was present and
gave a talk about the future of the
drama at Michigan. He said he looked
forward to the time when Michigan

Uniquxe in form, w'ith flavor differeit,-better thran anuyting you have ever tried.
At all Grocers. 10c per Package.
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, - -HOIL/LAND, MICHIGAN
Ann'Arbor Home Bakery,. Disfrlbutors

HENRY &- CO.

711 N. University

For the bet t 7 ilur~"q Sci'rcc( to be had Anywhere.
In nm iki ig l C ' lo h, wvakiiowledge tno aqua),
and prove oui sn -l,,fli i }i. every iiu:,atnee.

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106 East huron StreetI
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Beinners' Dancin, Cluss every Frida-y evening. 7 to 8 o'clock.'
Advanced u~u v*-ry i~y evening, 7 to 8 Aiuck.
Prai'law t esysons by ap"Ulntirneut.,

tents and may be obtained from the 1, sh~ah boast of an endowed theater as
committee. Princeton does today.

Dha, 1850.J

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ese and American Restaurant
te rooms reserved for parties and lades and
lemen.
1 3. Stat. St. Chop.Stusy

Remember !

That for the want of a
nail a shoe was lost.
Nail your thoughts to-
gether" with "Dads"
lunches.

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722 Monroe St.
oCDonald's
[Hoppe's Former Storel
Liberty St.

cigarette
Alo f
one
pound t'
jars with w,;

Byron said Society
consists of bcores anxd
the bored.
What a change he
could have caused
with a big red *tinof
Velve t nvr=dl
momenCt Iin adthusa.
the stupid,# '°c
Notabun rbite
to mristmtn
nchne12

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2 for 25c'
Collars

Fresh Candies

"MACS" FAMOUS, 'CRACKER JACK
Have You Tried U,;

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