Duck and Flannel Trousers,
Tennis and Golf shirts
Nothing gets by it.
It reflects 'what London thinks about fashions for you
--whiat Parir thinks
--what New York thinks
--what Chicago thinks
And out of all these opinions, with. the fol-de-rols el-
The Styles Sensibly
Dressed Americans Prefer.
Such styles we are now readly to show you.
Imperial Hiats, Delmel Linen,
Lldcschmidt, Apfcl & Co.
Clothiers and Furnishers
Is shown here ready for your choosia
THE NEW BALM ACAN
Season 1914---Now" on display
TINKER & Company
Cor. State and William Sts.
The outer garmeut flad o1 the hour
KE LONG GRIND
past In sevelm weeks ore
will need" light' dry' goods for" the Summer.
Scarf slide spat
and lock ffou
'Before you go,
at our store.
H. s. rIl
"'UNITED SHIRT & COLLAR. CO. 'ROY" .Y.
Co. 614 E. Libertty St.
heare a Dollar Does Its Duty
Jewelry of Quality
Good solid reasons why you,
should buy your jewelry from us
will be found by looking through
our line of fresh desirable goods-
upto date in style and honest in
SCHIANOERER & SEYFRIED
118 E. Liberty St-
VAI KING L001
Comae Up and Try
George's Chop 'Suey I
Delicious Chinese and American Dishes.
thing ,new in
The store that always treats~ you fair
124 South Main
Cho. . Oeut Flowers
-Fne lot of Painm: andl Ferns for eOrating
Car.12th St andS. Unlv. Are.Phone115
Fresh and Salt Meats
J. Ii. Lambert, the
well known shoe repair
man, has opened a
combination shoe re-
pairing and clothes
301 S. State Sto
Ilie still continues his
613 Williams St.
HOUSE ORGANIZATIONS ADOPT
GOOD) HE ALTHl CON STrITUTION
Representatives from 16 organiza-
tions met in the amphitheatre of the
medical building Friday eveing, and
after talks by Dr. H. H. Cummings.
of the health service, and H. S. Huil-
bert, '14M, adopted a loose constitu-
tion for an organization of "Universi-
ty Health Service Representatives"
who will be elected in each house the
second week after the university opens
next f all.
Although the constitution makes no
provision for representatives of large
rooming-houses, the organization so-
licits their co-operation. It was de-
cided to call another meeting on Tues-
day evening, June 2, at 7:00 o'clock
in the medical amnphitheatre. Further
plans will be discussed at that time.
Get your Michiganensians at Univer-
BOARD TESTS CANOEISTS WHO
SEEK YACHTSMEN'S FLAGS
All Men Who Can Paddle Canoe, Swim
ad Render First Aid
Yachtman's flags, intended to be
marks of proficiency in canoeing, have
been received at the Union, and appli-
cants may secure flags after being
passed upon by the examining board.
All1 men who know how to handle a
canoe well, who can swim and resus-
citate the apparently drowned are eli-
gible to receive the flag.
The examining board consists of D.
H. Williams of the university health
service, and A. D. Cipman, '14. Each
one of these must pass favorably on
the man, after which he may secure
a flag upon the payment of 10 cents,
at the Union desk.
BOAT CLUB ROSTER
REACHES 300 MARK
Membership in the Union Boat club
has risen to more than 30, as a result
of the personal canvass for members !
now being conducted, under the general
chairmanship of E. B. McKinley, '6.
Each member of the Union wil have
been approached by May a3, and will
either be signed tup or asked to state
his reason for not joining. In this way
the sentiment of the campus for the
boat club will be obtained. The fee for
active membership, which will be open
only to Union members, is $, all
other students or residents may become
associate members by paying $.o to
any member of the committee or at the
All Union mcmbers have been divided
by by classes and departments. A sub-
chairman, who will have about ten men
under him, will have charge of each di-
vision. Following is the list of sub-
chairmen: Arthur Grilles, '5E, junior
engineers; Louis Hyde,' 'i6E, soph en-
gineers; W. L. Watson, 'UE, fresh en-
gineers; Wilbur Brotherton, '6, junior
engineers; Harold Bowcock, %6, senior
lits and engineers; Staats Abrams, '17,
fresh fits, and J. S. Leonard, '6l, law
W. H. TAFT CONTRIBUTES TO
"-THE COSMOPOLITAN STUDENT"
The June issue of the Cosmopolitan
Student, which will appear May 27,will
be the Yale number. Among the con-
tributors are Prof. William HowardI
Taft, ex-president of the United States,
President Arthur T. Hadley of Yale,
and Prof. K. T. Asakawa, Japanese ex-
change professor at Yale. Albert G.
Bryant, organization director of the
World Peace Foundation, hae also con-
tributed an article o "What Shall We
Do With. Mexico?"
SENIOR LITS TO DECIDE
ON MEMORIAL THURSDAY
Senior Tits will decide what their
class memorial will be at a special
class meeting, at 4:00 o'clock Thurs-
day afternoon, in the west physics lec-
ture room. Opinion seems to be in
favor of a loan fund, and unless some-
thing new is proposed, the only ques-
tion to decide will be whether the fund
should be $300.00 or $500.00. The
class alumni secretary, and two mem-
bers of the board of alumni secretaries
will also be elected at this meeting.
Phi Beta KappaI
Buy your key of Arnold
& Co., Jewelers, Main
Street. They have made
them for several years.
Their keys are 14k gold,
finely made, prices lowver
than some others. Orders
may be left now for de-
livery upon issuance of
the proper cerYtificate from
the Secretary. See thi e
220 S. Malum St.
406 DETROIT S
The link between Coileg
on State Stree
We Serve Hot
Everything new in Spring Suits and Oavearec
Spring Neckwear, Spring Underwear, Imm
showing in Spring Manhattan Shirts.
It is high time for anrew Spring Hat, and
can't use -too much care in choosing I t.I
yours here and you can he sure It's absoluj
right In every respect.
THE BIG STORE COR. WASHINGTON and M
All We, K
of 4"s theI
9 , "-, mwf mq
Is something of. in-
tenest to.ev ery
student at the U Nof Ml.
Bell Phosne 2294
212 N~th Ave.
We are the First to show the new Tartan
sultings. Come in and see the different
MAX P. KRUTSCH
allor 117 E. Lii
city Avenue Pharmacy.
Best shine at French Parlors on Lib-
erty just off State. Step in.
(Lit's just about tim
your room coolt
CLThere is 'no use being
when real comfort can
CJJ~ave you seen our line?
us show you.
e to get
N to mat
Sto in and
1T.ieplone Cadilla. 4324
Get your Michiganensian s at
sity Avenue Pharmacy.
LED DI ET ER LIE,
Tailor for Men .
Matte Your Spring Suit. British Woolens
$35. to. $60.
Quality-Service and Prices
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store.
94 West IFort StreetDtoi
Get your Michiganensian s at Univer-
sity Avenue Pharmacy. 168
ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
SPRING AND SUMM1ER STYLES.
Suits at '10.00-All Wool.
Suits at $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Make and
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf
Eastern ''i0'higan Edison Co.
Cor. Main and William S.vt.
FOR RENT-I am desirous of renting
my home which will accommodate
25 students to a house club,. frater-
nity or sorority. Mrs. F. J. Chap-
man, 311 Thompson St. tf
FOR SALE-My residence suitable for
Fraternity or Sorority. In perfect
condition. Terms reasonable. En-
quire 302 So. Division St. 165-6-7-8
WANTED-To rent rooms to 12 or 14
young men with board, for next
school year. Address: M. W. Care
Michigan Daily. 165-6-7-8
The home of Rexall Rtemedies. Ed-
rills Renl) Drug Store. 122 South
Maina St. Tue-Fri
Try our Sundaes and Sodas. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store, 122 So. Main St. tf
WANTED--Room or suite with private
family by young lady. State location
and terms. Address M. L~. Q. Mich.
LOST-On campus Friday evening,
May 22, purse containing money.
Finder will be rewarded by return-
ing" to 1221 Willard street. Call 1643
LOST-Tan cravenette coat, English
make, from cloak room near roomI
301, new engineering building. Re-
ward for information leading to re-
covery. Phone 1622-M. 167-8
If you desire Oxfords
BOjYS-~ season that are right ins
and REASONABLE in P
QUALITY CONSIDERED- and want your
properly fitted you will make a mistake to over
AW~hen in Want
of anything in the realm
of music, call on us.
Get our prices and terms on P lANO0S---'
120-122 E. Liberty St.
LARGE LINE OF THE SATISFACTORY RUBBER SOLES