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ICHIGAN

TIHlE MICHIGAN DAILY
OficialA ewspaper at the University
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.

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MANAGING EDITOR,
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert I. Dilley
Night Editor-Wallace Webei.
Open Doors.
Open sessions at the Student Council
make their initial appearance tonight.
What was once an idea or dream fos-
tered by the few, has grown into the
established law of the majority.
Whether that law is to remain dead

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from its inception or is to flourish andI

WELL KNOWN NEWSPAPER MAN,
A MICHIGAN GRADUATE, DIES
Word has been received here of the
death of B. F. Bower, a graduate of the
law department of the class of 1878.
Mr. Bower had been connected the
greater part of his life with newspaper
work, having edited publications in
Detroit, Cincinnati, and Cleveland. At
the time of his death he held the po-.
sition of managing-editor of the Cleve-
land News, which office he had filled
since 1904. Mr. Bower was a Phi Del-
ta Phi while in the the university.
,Will Discuss Banquet Date.
The fresh laws will hold a class
meeting this afternoon at'4 o'clock in
room B of the law building to discuss
the advisability of changing the date
for their banquet and to hear a re-
port of the committee on by-laws.
Fischer Party to be Held Friday.
The fourth and last Fischer party
of the year will be held at Granger's
on Friday evening, May 10. Only a lim-
ited number of tickets will be sold.
They may be secured from Frank Mur-
phy or Bruce Anderson.
Princeton Professor Will Speak Today.
Prof. W. B. Scott of Princeton Uni-
versity, will speak under the auspices
of the geology department on "The
Tertiary History of North America," in
economics lecture room at 4:15 p. m.
today. The lecture is open to the
public.
Professor Bogle Indisposed.
Professor T. A. Bogle of the law
faculty was unable to attend his class-
es yesterday owing to a severe cold,
but is expected to meet them today.
Purdue Professor to Talk on Warship.
"The Modern Battleship" is the sub-
ject of an illustrated lecture to be giv-
en before the Engineering Society to-
night at 8 o'clock in the West Physics
lecture hall by Prof. L. D. Rowell of
Purdue.
Lit Social Club Holds Dance.
About fifty couples- attended the
next-to-last dance of the Lit Social

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bear fruit,'rests not with the Council,
but with the student body, whose ser-
vant it is. Concurrent with the rights
which the new law has brought to the
students of the university, has come
a new responsibility, and a
responsibility that must be shoul-
dered, if student self-government
is to be most effective at Michigan.
Such responsibility is to be met by
attendance at future meetings of the
Council, and by displaying the best
possible spirit while in attendance.
The presence in the council chambers
of the voters, the exercise of whose
franchise has determined the person-
nel of the Council, will serve to im-
press the members of that body with
the real dignity and responsibility at-
taching to the offices to which they
have been elected.
Yet to make such attendance effect-
ive, it must be qualified. It does not
mean the mere occupying of seats or'
ET the evidencing of ridicule. It does
mean a manifestation of interest, coup-
led with co-operation, and the over-
25 looking of mistakes that will of occas-
ion occur on the floor. That rules of
-- order should remain unviolated, can

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Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75o
FULLER & O'CO®1

Designers of Men's Cloth

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no more be true of a student govern-
ing body, than of any other legislative
body.
From those who have worked for
open meetings of the Council, an ap-
preciation of the moaning of the new
law will probably be shown in their
attendance at meetings; as to those
who have been and still remain in-
different, it is obvious that a contin-
uance of that spirit will be an evasion
of a vital duty owing their class and
their school.

Club at Granger's last night. Modn-
light dance, featured the affair.
Prof. Henderson Will Address Women.
Prof. W. D. Henderson will address
the women of the university at the
Newberry hall meeting this afternoon
at 5 o'clock.
Adelli Will 1Ihd Smoker at Unin.
A smoker will be given by the Adel-
phi Saturday evening at the Union.
"Smokes," "eats" and' speeches will
provide the entertainment.

HENRY

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nliness."

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Ave.
Mich.

R .OF
ties, Station-
'ations.

Who are the Leaders?
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House,' 120-122 E. Liberty Street
Leads all others in the musical line: "&ilirg" J Hop song, and all
popular songs ten cents per copy, Yellow and Blue fifteen cents, Man-
dolins, Guitars Banjos, and accessories, at lowest prices, quality eon-
sidered. The house for the student to trade with.
Buy where you can get anytli-ng you call-for

riginate andassist in
ning emblems for new
izations,

SPRING HATS
& CAPS in
Different Shapes & Shades
THE LATEST IN
Soft Shirts
With French Cults
Rubber & Slip-on Coats
Varsity Toggery
SHOP
1 107 S. University Ave.
E. J. Lohr

Phi Oeta Kappa Keys I

Goodyear's Drug Store
107 Seth- --UM& Street
The Largest Stock in the State to Select From
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD

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Your Order Now

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Summer is approaching
Lets both get busy
Seasonable and suitable Tailor-."..e Togs
All garments made In ur own shops. A a R W c 0 Street

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FURNISHINGS

See otar Show
Wiriyows

Just Received
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GILBERT'S
FINE CANDIES
In halves and pounds., Phone us
your wants.
VanLorcn's Pharmacy
703 Packard St.

Detroit United Lines
On information to Division Superin-
tendent Altens, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit
United Lines, by officers of Varsity or-
organizations, the movement, beyond the
capacity of the regular service, of any
group of students to or from Ann Ar-
bor, extra cars and extra service will be
promptly supplied.

HI Oily Corfns, bunions, ingrowingi
HIROP n ns. treated and cured.
Everything absolutely an-
tis( ptik. olice hours. "'-12 a.mn. 1-5 and 7-8 p mi
MISS. E. J. FOLEY
921 E. "uron Street, End North 12th
2 Blocks East itf Hgh Sohool - Phone 989..I

Mrs. J.
FASIIIOr
Hair Goods.
Rain water

AS&CO
Main St.

COUSINS & HALL
CORNER SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
AND TWELFTH ST. Phones 115

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