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THTE flICIGAN DAI -V
IjIhicial Newspaper at the lUiversity
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
HIANIGING EDITOR.
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS WMAAER
Albert BE Dilley
"Editors.
',Tews Editor ...... _.. Harry L. Fol2
Assistant .......... Frank Pienanell
Athletic Editor....... Karl Matthews
Assistant........... G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama .... Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ............... Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehlman Frank E. Shaw
Edward G. Kemp Maurice Myers
Jaredl Van Au ken
Night Editors.

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ink; the last hospital year, 2,559 of
whom wvere taken into the hospital,
while, 2,808 were patients who had
rooms outside but came to the hospital
for medicine and treatment.
The report includes full statistics
and details, and also treats of the
yearly expenses of the department.
The total expenses for running the
hospital during last year was $91,155.-
2.3, and the total earnings of the insti-
tution were $93,409.64.

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$1.50 to $8.04
Every one Guaranteed
AHR
Vniverasity Bookstore

re agent s for the Slot-
ed Throat Rackets.
Ve have the most com-
lete line in the city.

Maurice Toulme
Wallaoo Weber
H. Beach Carpenter

Ma.ck Ryan,
C. Harold' Hippler
Robert Gillett

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our goods
All goods

See Our Display Window.
!sheehan's
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
Typewri tors
F~or Sale or Rent
PYPEWRITIN O
0. D~. MORRILL
3':2 So. State street

BY HAND AT
,OUTiI STATE STREET
rCleaned and Pr'essed 75c
SUITS PRESSED 25c
OVERCOATS PRESSED 25c

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SATU:RDBAY, APRIL 20, 1912.,
-Night Editor--Maaurice Toeidme.o
1 fGeiitlo einider.
Apparently the approach of spring
and the relegation of 'winter toques,'
has been the signal to the minds of
many freshmen, :of their release from
the restraint of certain college rcus-
toms: In instance, they haveĀ° very
properly laid aside these heavier
toques, but at the same 'time, have
nieglected to resu~me the Eaton ca.p
prescribed for them. Apart from the
first year (lelegations of a number of
the fraternities, the freshman classes'
as a wvhole, make very little pretense
of abiding by the ruling in this con-
nection. To such an extent has this
neglect spread, that the appearance of
a freshman cap on the campus is well
nigh a curiosity.
As a matter of information, to the of-
genders in the question, there is a cap
night, somre time in May, officially set
apart as the time when the' class. as
a whole shall rid itself of the marks of
its novitiate, Until then, every first
year mnan is required to wear the cap
prescribed.
B3 way cf admnonition, this disre-
gard of college tradition is indicative"
of an, unwholesome attitude. Whim-
sical though the rule may seem at
!first glance, it is n^" r _eess founded
in good reason:; chiefly to develop feel-
ing's of r s, ect aend loyalty to the uni-
rer:.iLy, feelings w;hich follow closely,
rom the constitution of mankind, up-
n obedience. But whatever be the
reasons underlying, the rule has the
sanction of the university, and should
be respected; and so long as it remains
upon our statutes it should be regard-
d as gospel, not hot air.
A 'I OSPiTALUS LAtST YE4A1._1
V O1 1 i 8 'l o t s a rllg o f Iia 4ti tio l l T o t alI M o re
Than Expenses.
The yearly r~eport of the univeorsity
hospitals, which' has been compiled
by Superintendent 3. B. Drper, is
just off the press. The announcement
covers one hundred pages, and. shows
that 5,536 patients were treated dur-

Somewayorother we would no more
care to be a male survivor of the Ti-
taic who left ahead of women and,
children than we would have cared
to have been one of those who stayed.
About time to,swat the fly we opine,
Also there is grass which it is our
editorial duty to remind must not be
trod upon in the spring time.
If you want a roseate view of Mus-
kegon asky "Turk."
FrR NCR- CLIBA;:RRANGTES TRWE
T9HJ~t'CH FRANtCE F}Ol IJM3iE
A unique tour of France has been
arranged by Societe Francaise of Co-
lumbia University for the comiing
summer which has been extended to
all Americain college students. The
trip is purely educational in its pur-
pose and scope and is especially de-
signed to enable college students to
see France as thoroughly and agree-
ably as possible at the lowest cost. A
fee of $375 will cover all expenses..
The. party will sail from New York
on June 22 and will return about Sep-
tember 9 spending in all about eighty
days on the journey. Professors and
university instructors will conduct the
party through the sights of interest in
the various localities to be visited.
Illustrated information about the
trip will be furnished to anyone upon
application to the French Society of
Columbia University, New York..
('OlriS ruCTiIWS WORK ON HILL
MEIJORIAL PUSRED RAPJDLY.

Pletlnrizn Paorazdtis

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When4w You Desire

P rortraits oE Quality
Gxo to

THE PHOTOGRAPHJER

319 E. K u ron

Pbae 9 61-L
Platlium

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We Do French Dry and Stem
RSSIN end RE]
SisCleaned and Pressed 75o
FULLER & O'CONNOR Tailors
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Designers of Men's Clothes, will give you
in

English Cuts

P lai Enur

HENRY & CO. 711

find High Class
you Rill taste
s. First time in

or $15.00 for four weeks.
:oaks, Strict C'eauliness."I
)WARD Ra ROEHM
240 Woodward Ave.
5th Floor. Detroit, Mich.
MAKER OF
Baidges, Novelties, Station-
ery, ery, and Decorations..,

Work on the new auditorium has
progressed rapidly, during the last two
weeks. Possession of the Adams prop-
arty was given over to the university
on April 7, and the house was remov-
ed at once. In spite of the fact that
there is considerable dirt to be drawn
from the north 'end of the site, the
walls at that point are being con-
structed.
At the south end, where the walls
and piers have thoroughly hardened,
the erection of mammoth steel posts
and beams, whose seperate sections
weigh from five to twelve tonis, iN ta'_:-
iug place. The two tall steel frames
which have been put up are for erec-
tion_ is rposes only.
WALTER WILGUS CONVALE SCING
FROM-11AFTI( KOF Yl NEUONIA..
Walter Wilgus, '12, who is night tel-
egraph' editor on The Detroit News is.
on the road to recovery after a severe
attack of pneumonia, according to the
latest information from the Grace hos-
Vital in Detroit, where he is being
treated.'
Fine assortment of Canoe Paddles at
Killins' State St. H-ardware. 138-39-40

Motorcycles. Don't forget PIERCE
ARROWV Motorcycles -when making
your 19.12,selection. B. A. Thomas,
County Agent, 1113 Willard. 138 to 146

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We originate anda . kt in
designing- emblems for new
org anizations,
Send for catalog of Phi 110a Kejs

N '4tSPRINGHATS
& CAPSin.
Different Shapes .& Shades
THlE LATES~T IN
Soft Shirts
With French Cutfs
Rubber & Slip-on Coats
Varsity Toggery
:SHOP
1 107 S. University Ave.
E. J. Lohr

Write for free ills
PHILIP MORR
402 W. Broadway,
487 3t. Calherine9
Phili~p
Original ~
London UCI

(gold tip,
bassadors,
to$.co.

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Anything
J. A. GREY. Proprieto;

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Summer is approaching
Lets both get busy
rSeasonable and suitable TI~aior-Jiade T1ogs
All garments made in our own shops. ~ A Q N E R4 G tre

IdrEIVS
y Store
:BEST AND .BEST WA ..
le, will furnish strictly reliable3
Theatre Parties, Dances, Ohserv-
and Privatv- Calls Both Day and

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Just Reeiv ed
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GILBERT'S.
FINE CANDIES
In halves and pounds. Phone us
your wants.

Rates Same as Hacks
axicab Company.
THl STATE STREET

Detroit united, Lines
01, inforitNon to Division Superin-
tendeiit Allen, Ypsilan ti, of the Detroit
Ulited Lines, by officers of Varsity or-
organizations, the movement, beyond the
capacity of the regular service, of any
group ui students to or- from Ann Ar-
bor, extra cars and extra service wil l'
p roinptly supplied,.

CHIROPODYi Corns, bunions, ingrowing
ninuruvinails, treated and cured.
Everything absolutely an-
tiseptie. Office hours. 9-12 a m. 1-5 and 7-3 p mo
MISS. E. J. FOLEY
921 E. Huron Street, End North 12th
2 Bloocs East of High School. Phone 9*39.

Mrs. J. R. TI
FASH1IONABLE HjI
Hlair Goods, fHairdressing
Face Massi
Rain wate~r Shampoos
1110 South University

COUSINS& HALL Co For a fl
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Vanborcn's PharmacyI
J 703 Packard St.

CORNER SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE. .
AND TWELFTH ST. Phones 115

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