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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan. Published every morning except Mon-
day during the university year.
entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.

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Shoes Men Want
The man on the inside of a pair
of our shoes knows from experi-
e nce. what excellent shoes they
are.
Tlest a pair of onr Spring Shoes
and you'll know why men want
them.

Wright & Ditson
TF.NSAL

LATEST STYLES
COLORINGS
FOR
RING
914
st Line of Woolens
ty to select from

Tennis Balls
3 for $100
any make
Look over our Rackets
before buying

WILD CO*

Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scrip tion price: by carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$ Quaro's Patmad.;Stations- Press uli;
Quary'sPhamacy UnverityPharmacy;, C.
H. Davis, Cor. Packard iand ri State.
Telephones 960 and 2414.
Maur-ice Toulme...........Managing E~ditor
Adn~a Johnson ............ Business Manager
ll. Beach Carpenter............News lEditor
IFred Fonlk ..............Assistant to Editor
V. M. Church .................ports Editor
Leonard Riesetr......:..Intercollegiate Editor
Robert TannahillMscan Dra
Glenn MunnMuian rra
Harold Abbott............Cartoonist
Lill in h~non............ Wnnen'Q Flit',r
EDITORIALS
H~arold Ifippier Paul Rla'iian-I
14arsihall Foote L~ester Ru'en baftr
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett Cheste-r lanc
13enry Ronitnel Lgdl I1I,)
F. F. Meinney \Valt( r \ e
On Sport Staff
Carlton Je~nks fie-nnq Kbne
T. Hawley TIappig Iruce NMiles
REPORTERS
S'. F. Thompson J. LS. arrettI
C. A. Swainson D>. .IClallentine
R. S. Collins Leon (reenebanu
E. C. Roth It. t. 'Marsh
C. I,. Mller J. V. Jordan
Donald Sarlmligh D) A. Wallace
Reub~en Peterson XW. A. 1P. John
W1illi, ('oodenow
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sher"'ood Field HIarry Johnson
John S. Leonard V. G. Mlilard
BUSINESS STAFF
R. V. TLeffler R. J. 1lofmann
A. TI." Torrey Myron Watkins

$3.00 to $5,00

IGross & DietzelI
CAMPUSMILES

3 for $1.00

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One Hundred Rackets to select from at'
University A IW Bookstore

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Sed pulchiter iiee magnin itas
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ito 6:51 p. m.L, also 9:2c'
COX SONS & MINING
72 Madison Ave., NEW YORK
MAKERS 0O'
CAPS, GOWNS & HOODS
For All Degrees
May be Ordered from
MACK & CO.

Li
REiAL GOOD tailor- made
clotlhes are oi obtaip able under!
$25 but it you appreciate extra- "
ordinary value for that money,
have them tailored to measure
by
ED. V. PICE & Co.
beautiful woolens and take your
measure.

IT'S MAY
It ails't November
Yet di-zling coolth of sticky rain
And griay sad days are here again
There's water in the lion's mane
Pig+t it ain't March.
It ain't June
Yet. feel the seering of the sun
Which now and then peeps out, for fun
And makes the persp-the shot sweat

Guaranteed. Tailoring at $17.50
You pick your fabric; choose your st) le; then
I will make it to your measure- that means
Individuality.
No other way of clothes getting is as flexible
as Tailoring.
We offer the greatest cloth variety: make ex-
actly as you wish and as quickly as you say;
and it's guaranteed tailoring.
White flannel and serge trousers $6.oo and up.
We will half line these' trousers w,,ithout extra
charge to you.
E.C. FLANDERS
Popular Priced Tailor 209 E. LIBERTY STREET

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TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914. run
Put it ain't August.
Night Editor-T. Hawley Tapping. It ain't January.
And still the nights are freezing cold
EDIT ORIAL AND) NEWS STAFF Which puts the fritz on fussers bold.
.l' E1 ' \ AT 12:40 O'CLOCK TOD)AY. 11, can't be Spring, and still I'm told
I:N h DAILY OFFICES.., It's May.- -Mist.
THE OCIEY COPROMSE. "This remains to be seen," quoth the
In noter olun mot acepa-composing room man, as he' dropped
ble compromise is announced between ti ieit h ol
Michigamua and Druids) societies. The0
distinct membership feature is pre- 1st. eugenic bride : The authorities
served, and at the same time peace has si that my husband was first class.
been restored, both essential to cam- 2neunibrd:Btmewaa
registered male.
pus progress.
The society imbroglio began in 1912,0
when Michigamua barred its members Our Midsummer Minstrels
from the senior departmental societies,E Phi Beta Kappa Specialty.
believing the action to be necessary to M. Johnson: Mr. Bones, can you tell
its own well-being and to the life of me the resemblance between the Phi
the the soietes.Theonl apre-Beta Kappa election- at Michigan and
ciable results in 1913 was the presence haeofHru--Rsid
of a bitter society wvar, and some fif-IM.Bns r ouig o en
teen more men in the senior societies a harem scarem fellow, I must confess
than under the old duplication meth- to you that I do not know. But :sup-
ods. Under the present arrangement, thse fooutlt the rsemanfces beywend
it is to be hoped, there will be peace,thfolitsheremanebwen
and the reform which was started in a P. B. K. election and a. harem.
1912, will be an accomplished fact. j Mr. Johnson: Not at all complex. A
Miciga isnotineretedin he u-P. B. K. election is like a harem be-
premnacy of any one particular society, hcausr e en'taloki.Hr
but her welfare is at stake in the num- .hr
ber of men eligible for elections and in Introducing Robert M. Louder, our
- .----i',., _Scotch philosophical comedy artist in

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per week. Safe drlrakin~ watlec.

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TEN "iSENIORS"

our Calling Cards now. Lowest prices
Stop in and sere our, samples
)IME A BRONZE' SEAL FOR YOUR OFFICE
gan Jew elery-Ask to see our big line

a harmonious, working'system bet-
tween the various societies.
Griffins might well emulate the comn-
promise and divorce its membership
from Druids, Michigamua and *Vulcans.
W ONE N'S DRAMA1TIC SOCIETY
TO PRESENT PLAY MAY 223

his tender highland ballad entitled, "If
the Butler Was a P. B. K., His Watch-
charm's Not a Flunkey. " The lilting
strains, professor. Words' by-J. F. J.
* Flunk key
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Lamp the lad who knocks woman
suffrage.

'F. SCIILEED E.

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"Masques," the inner circle of the watL~f ;u~ywu 5pmmUl .Z
Women's Dramatic association will wth
present W. S. Gilbert's "Pigmalion and -
Galatea,,, with an "all-star" cast on PROHIBITION PETITIONS rTO
May 23. Phyllis Povah, Isabelle Rizer, BE CIRCULATED ON CAMPUS
Elsie Seitz, Ethel Kenyon, and others -
who have been prominent in campus Petitions for the passage of the Na-
dramatics, will take part. The society tional Prohibition bill, which is now
hopes to secure Memorial hall because before Congress, will be circulated
of the Greek setting, as the place of about the campus again today. The
production, but it is not yet known committee in charge will have tables,
whether satisfactory arrangements can with petitions on them, in all the cam-
be made. pus buildings during the day.

FINE TAILORING TRADE

The Vogue of r
"Bull" Durham
in fresh, delicious, hand-made cigarettes, was never
so' predominant as it is today.. Men of wealth and
cultured taste everywhere--in the exclusive club,
on the private yacht, along the avenue, at every
notable gathering and occasion -- roill their owen
cigarettes with "Bull" Durham, to suit their indi-
vidual preference.
"Bull" Durham Cigarettes have a wonderful,
unique, exquisite savor and relish, found in no
other cigarettes-rn no other tobacco.
"GENUINE
BULL DURHAM
SMOKING TOBACCO
(Enough for forty hand-made cigarettes tn each 5c sack)
The inimitable flavor of "Bull" Durham cannot be
duplicated in a ready-made cigarette-the delicate, elusive
fragrance would escape long before the cigarette is
smoked. It can only be retained in the bulk of tobacco
in the "Bull" Durham sack-and enjoyed in the fresh-
rolled "Bull" Durham cigarette.

We can and do give you the limit of excell-
ce in Tailoring,. this issue, with a complete
ie of up-to-date woolens, makes pus the leaders
our line.
Respectfully,
Sam Burchfield & Co.

RING SHIRTS

Ask for FREE
book of "papers"
with each 5c sack

1 Learn this distinctive form of
tobacco enjoyment today--"roll
~'your own.~
An illustrated Booklet, F
showing how to "olF E
Your Own," and a Book of cigarette papers,
will both be mailed, free, to any address in.
U. S. on postal request. Address "Bull"
Durham, Durham, N. C. Room 1210.

Just received a com plete line of SOFT SHIRTS
with new style collar attached or detached.
Negligees in handsome patterns.
The ADJESTO sleeve Shirt-**Best Ever"
The new BALLMACAAN Cos all sizes.
Varsity, Toggery Shop,

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Capial 100000Capital Stock $50O,000.00
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