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Sunday Produces
"Home Runs" In
ICollege Lectures.
"You need .grit. Grit! That means
to say 'No' so loud that all hell can
hear you, when you are tempted to
do wrong," said Billy Sunday, in a
recent speech at Cincinnati, Ohio, di-'
rected especially against university
students. He scored a number of
other "home runs," among which
some of the more -interesting are :
"Know as much as you can without
blowing all of the packing dut of your
cylinder head, or puncturing your
tires."
"Education is knowing what you
want, where to get it, and what to do
with it after you get it."
"The one who prays is bigger than
Fthe one who curses."~
"You are the one who puts the limi-
tations on your own success. You can
go just as far as your ability and your
rdecency take you.''
"It's the false ideals that strew the
shores with wrecks."
"You never remain stationary. You
are going up or down; you are ad-
vancing or retrograding every day that
you live in the universe."
"Not to grow means to bring your-
self under just contempt and scorn of
those who do grow."
"Have a definite aim in life. The
road to anywhere,"is filled with pitfalls
of disaster. If you find a man on the
top of a mountain, he didn't light there
--he had tqclm.
"You've got to have a desire to grow.
A bow-legged, pigeon-toed, cross-eyed,
freckle-faced, redheaded kid with, a
stone bruise on each heel can ride a
Kentucky thoroughbred to water, but
a college professor with mutton-chop
whiskers and forty-nine diplomas
can't make that horse drink if he
-doesn't want to drink."
DIRECTOR OF MENTAL TESTS
WILL GIVE LECTURE~i TONIGHT

Appropriately Packed in=
Easter Boxes and Chinese Baskets
Packed, Wrapped and Mailed
Without Trouble To You
BET'"SYL ROSS SHOP
With ackno-wledgments 'to K. C. B.

REMEMBER MOTHER

. BETS-Y ROSS" CANDY

EASTER DAY
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FHE INSIDE STORY
THE length of service and lastingY style that you
get from clothes depends upon quality of ma-
terials and inner construction. That is why exact-
ing dressers everywhere demand

Prof. Guy M. Whipple, of the educa-
=tion department, will "give an illus-
Strated lecture on "A Search for Brains
Sand SkIR Among Three Million Men"
Eunder the auspices of the Cosmopoli-.
=tan club at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
= room 203, Tappan hall.
= Prof. Whipple is the director of the
=intelligence tests bureau of the Uni-
=versity which recently conducted tests
=for the men on probation. He will
=discuss in the lecture an important
phase of experimental psychology and
=will deal with, data gained by himself
while connected with the American
=army as psychology expert.
= The next Cosmopolitan club lecture
will be, given by Prof. David ,Xriday,
of the economics department, on "The
Labor Problem." All students are in-
Svited to attend these lectures.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
= tidle.-3Adv.
=Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
AT T THATERS
-~ TODAY
Scee
Xajestie - Mabel Normand in
"What Happened to Rosa."
,Areade--Douglas MacLean in
= "Chickens." Comedy, Bray
comic, and Kinograms.
= Wuerth-Pearl White in "The
= Tiger's Cub." Sunshine comn-
edy and Universal News.
= Orpheum--"Thie Branding Iron."
= Comedy, "Tea for Two," and
= an episode of "Velvet Ping-
ers."

THERE'S AN old gag,
THEY USED to pull.
SO OLD that nowadaysi,
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PEOPLE THINK it's news,
ABOUT THE man who had,
TO SHOOT his dog.
AND A friend asks,
"WAS THE dog mad?"
AND THE 'first ,guy,
SAYS, "WELL, he'wash't,
8O DANG well pleased,"
AN P A chap told me,
THAT eTHI$ described,
GO ME SMOKP-$ he'd tried,
THEY DIDN'T exactly,
MAKE HIM mad,
BUT HE wasn't..
SO VERY well pleased.
OF COURSE that was.
MY CtuE to iip 444.
A REAL cigarette.
,ND AFTER hie'd takex.
S* 4*,
A POOD pull or two,
IbiTO 118 constitutioxn.
"I- ORIN',N E Dand said,
'"T1H E, ONL~Y away these.
Wit-L FVER nalke you a d.
18 THAi w~y.
YOUR FRIENDpS eat 'en4 }lg.
1 ONLY Mips yQu've got.
A COUPLE9 of RPusk.
FOR THEY sure,
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TAILORING

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-- .'t and made to your individual measure -
Every detail is the handiwork of skilled specialists
using the best quality of materials inside' and out.
That is why there is
REAL QUALITY ---VALU E
AT THE RIGHT PRICE
An inspection of our wide range of late
fashions and fine fabrics will convince you
The question
will de :answered for you when you call.

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OUL no hsefields. There's someth tng
1i~ their mild smoothness th qt
goes right to the spot. Choice
pbaccos, Turkish and P9-r
Inestic-a lend that liljerglfy
qg1t be copied !- a spepia1
n3lQsture-proof wrapper f-r
tboir extra protection on
@very pount, Cesterfieldo

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In packag~es of 20 protooted
by special moisture-pr'oof
wrapper. Also in round
AIR " TIGHrTfins of 50.

THIS WEEK

Stage

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F. W. GROSS

309 South Main St.

Garrick (Detroit)-.The Bi-d of
Paradise," an Hawaiian rom-
ance with Florence Rockwell
and the Singing Hawaiians.
Schubert (Detroit) -- Second
week of "Broadway .Brevities
of 1920," with Bert. Williams
and George McKay.

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