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e Largest Line of Woolens
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Plate and 100 Cards
Script $1.50
Ple and 100 Cards
old English $2.75
Plate and 100 Cards
shaded old English
$3.00

THE MICHIGAN DAILV
Official newspaper at the University of Mich
igan. Published every morning except Mon
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbo
Michigan nnder Act of Congress of March
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Su=
scription price: byocarrier, $2.5o; by ma:
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building.
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
11. Davis, Cor. Packard and State,
Telephones 960 and 241 4.
14.urice Toulme..........Managing Editor
Adna' Johnson ............ Business Manager
H. Beach Carpenter...........News Editor
Fred Foulk.............Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church.................Sports Editor
SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1914.
Noght Editor-Walter E. Nye,

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mited and Express Cars for Detroit-7:10
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and every two hours to 6.:o6 p. im., '7:o6p.,
m., 8:o6 p. m., g:xo p. ra., and 1o:45 p. m.
ro Ypslanti only: 7:46 a. m., 8:20 a.m., 11:061
L. m., 5:06 p. M., U:15 p. in., 12:15 p. m, 12:30
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imted Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. u. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. m.-
3,al Cars for Jackson-5:a a. n, 6:51 a. m.,
and ev'ery two hours to 6:5 p. m., also 9:ao
p. m., 11:15 p. m.

The above are the.three most
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Place your order now at
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LOOK MICHIGAN OVER!

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Don't miss seeing our superb
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including Palm Beach Cloth,
White Flannel, Outings, Silk
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200 high school athletes today. These
youngsters will be the university men
of the coming generation. High school
colors will give way to university col-
ors-and it is to Michigan's interests
to put her ribbons on as many of the
hopefuls, as she can, with dignity and
honor.
Michigan has much to offer in an
athletic way, but these boys are not
looking at athletics, primarily. The
university faculty, the alumni, the
equipment, the reputation, the student
activities, and the social standards of
the community as well as athletics are
to be considered in choosing a school.
The university courts such a scrutin-
izing examination.
Look the faculty over. Every de-
partment includes the names of teach-
ers nationally famous.Many are known
the world over. Few universities can
offer better training in the professions,
law, engineering, medicine, forestry or
dentistry. A diploma from Michigan
means prestige and commands respect
throughout the country. Michigan,
one of the oldest of state universities,
has built- up a reputation and many
of the men who have contributed to
this success are still actively engaged
in teaching. Those, who have gone,
have left men, trained by themselves,
to take their places.
Michigan has the largest body of liv-
ing alumni in the country, scattered
here, there and everywhere. This
means something to the high school
boy, who is choosing his school. The
alumni are actively interested in the
university, too. Look at the undertak-
ings of the New York, the Chicago, the
Kansas City, the Detroit, the Milwau-
kee and the dozens of other alumni as-
sociations. Their results bespeak loy-
alty and deep interest.
For student activities, turn to the
Michigan Union. Where is its equal,
in numbers, efficiency or practical
ideals that are workable and thorough-
ly worth while? More than 2800 men
students have voluntarily paid the an-
nual membership fee to support this
democratic institution. More than a
thousand have become life members.
This is what is meant by Michigan
spirit. Look over t h e m e n
who represent Michigan in
athletics. They are gentlemen first,
then athletes. They are men. Turn
to the student publications, they are
efficient and clean and open for honest
competition, that thing which so
strongly appeals to the American. So-.
cial affiliations are matters of choice,
not necessity, at Michigan.
The student body is cosmopolitan.
There are more than 6000 students on
the campus, representing every state
in the Union. Thirty-three foreign
countries are represented, with an en-
rollment of nearly 200.
Look Michigan over! These are

things wortht hinking about, before
choosing a university. 4
MUSIC AND DRA13.1
"The Great Diamond Robbery."
When such players as Wallace Ed-
dinger, Gail Kane, Purnell Pratt, Mar-
tin Alsop and Elita Procter Otis lend
their services to a moving picture pro-
duction, the public may be sure that
the result will be satisfactory. In the
case of "The Great Diamond Robbery,"
in which all of the above named ap-
pear, extraordinary success has been
achieved. Miss Kane's work as Maria,
the Brazilian adventuress and Mr. Ed-
dinger's characterization of the detect-
ive have been hailed universally as ex-
cellent studies. The engagement of
"The Great Diamond Robbery" at the
Majestic theatre will end tonight.

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We offer the greatest cloth variety: make ex-
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LISTE N "SENIOR 5s"
Order your Calling Cards now. Lowest prices
Stop in and see our sampies
TAKE HOME A BRONZE SEAL FOR YOUR OFFICE
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Contests of all kinds will enliven
the women's annual field day celebra-
tion which will be held on Palmer field
from 2:00 to 6:00 o'clock this after-
noon. Besides the finals in the tennis
tournament, there will be baseball at
2:30 o'clock, hockey at 3:30, and gen-
eral sports at 4:30 o'clock.
In addition there will be a number
of contests open to all women who
wish to enter, including a 40 yard dash,
potato race, baseball and basketball
throw, relay race, obstacle race, run-
ning broad jump, and a wand race,
(walking). No one may enter more
than four of these events, for which
points will be awarded, the winner of
the highest number to receive a small
silver cup bearing the university seal.
A picnic supper at 6:00 o'clock will
wind up the celebration. Spectators,
men as well as women, are cordially
invited to witness the afternoon's con-
tests.
Prof. W. A. Frayer Will Go Abroad.
Prof. W. A. Frayer, of the European
history department, plans to .leave here
the latter part of June for a trip to
Europe, where he will visit England,
Holand, prance, and possibly Italy.
Prof. Frayer expects to return the first
part of September, in order to do re-
search work at Cornell University. In-
as much as Prof. Frayer has a leave of
absence for one year, he will spend the
greater part of that time at Cornell.
Inaugural Representative Appointed.
Prof. J. H. Brewster, of the law de-
partment, now on leave of absence at
Boulder, Colo., has been appointed by
Pres. Harry B. Hutchins to represent
the university at the inaugural exer-
cises of Dr. Livingston Farrand as
president of the University of Colorado,
June 1.

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delightful flavor - a
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Velvet is superb tobacco-
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it, that day will bring you
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LAIRD'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP Georgi Bischoff
The Shop on the way (15
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Choice cut flowers and plants
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK THE STATE SAVINGS AHK
101.108-105 South Main Street Surplus and Profits, $00,000.0
ap- a $100,080 -- C6aital Stock$0,000..
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We can and do give you the limit of excell.
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line of up-to-date woolens, makes us the leaders
in our line.
Respectfully,
Sam Burchfield & Co.
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