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April 27, 1913 - Image 2

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?tHL MICHIGAN DAILY

Line of Spring 'Woolens

Largest Assort mneet in the City
Ready for Your Inspection,

WILD CO.

.311 S. State Street

TSotTentnis Rackets
eare agents for the H. C. Lu Slott~ed Throitt Tenni~s Rackets., We
several new models worth looking at before reaking your purchase.
TENNIS BLL
ht & Ditson Championship, Ayers Celebrate d BTll;-Gocdrich Balls
line Championship -Balls. All goods guaranteed.
F lEB o o toeZ
SIN ECU RE TYPEWRITERI S p
rative wage and little OF ALL MAKES
Good clothes create the For Sale -$1 5.00 up, i
ession that you don't need :'o or Rent, . $2.00 up
van 's assistance. . Appear a (3 1m1s. $5.00),
IRE. DRELSS and let them TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES f
>S. I Tgp srritintj an1d Sthiorthan,,9d
Diete lem, D. VIRRILL L er Ba ve
OR ~~Liberty Street' el52
(Copyrighted)
Assemblies Every Wednesday and Saturday Evenings.
kfew good spring dates left for rentals. The assemblies will
miu. through vacatioii.

ITHE MCIA AL
Ifficial ne sapcr at ithe'Uiversity of IMich-
Published every onn except Monday dur-
ing the unniversity year.
7 l~tered at the postoffice at Ann. Arbo r, Mich-
igan, under Acet of Congress of Mtarch 3,
1879.
Offices: Second :lo,-Ann.Arbor Press Build-
ing, Mlayrnard .Steet.
Office flo.urs: I10to- :, 3P. m. ; 7 to to
p;. ml. uInmess Manngr-i to 3 p. n4.,
Subscripition Price : By carrier, $2.50o; by mail,
$3.00.
Want A1d Stations: Press B-uilding; Quarry's
Pharmacy UIniversity lPharmnacy;
C. II. Davis, Cor. Packard & State
'hone : 1ell, g~o.
Frank Pennell.. ... ........Managing !Editor
Joseph ftouchard..........Business Manager
SUNDAE, APRIL 27, 1913.
Night Editor-Fussell H. Neilson.
ANT ICIP'ATI'NG.
Again have wve been given, a, hint of
what may be expected of MiPchigan in
the annual intercollegiate track meet
this spring, by our showilng _ in the
Penn relay carnival yesterday. Con-
sidering the small number of men en-
tered and the remarkable ;uccess at-
tendiiig their efforts, te:W.olverines
in their full strength should be strong
contenders for the premie r bunting
at the eastern classic nextK,, month.
Lets say we'll be firs°t; v, e hv equal
rights with the other fel low in. this
regard. Congraitlitulon, tEami, on
your work yester~day and what you are
certain to do in the near future.
MICHIGANDAILY OFFICERS
!FER 1913-14 ARE ELECTED

a State cor. Huron.
R. S. 'LRING, Minister
MORNING SERVICE AT 10:30
Sermon by
Rev. Joseph Henry Crooker.
-Young Peoples' Society at 7

Every One Guaranteed.

Racket Restri gig a Specialty

Wright and Ditson's Complete Line
100 Rackets to Select From

Subject :
Unitlrianism in Japan.

K S Bookstore

Speaker
Mr. Shinji Olami.

PRESIDENT ANGELL SPEAKS
ON CHARGE IN JOURNALISM
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"The era of personal journalism has
passed," said Presidnt Emeritus James
B. Angell, speaking at the Sigma Del-
ta Chi annual banquet at the Allenel
hotel last night. "The time of men of
national fame as editors is over. The
newus is the important thing today, not
the men .who comment upon it."
In a talk rich with interesting fea-
tures, Dr. Angell,1 gave his "Recollec-
tions and Advice" of the old days when
lie wvas editor of the Providence Jour-
nali, and the contemporary and fariend
of Honorable Hlorace Greeley,- of the
Tribune.
Stuart Perry, '94-'96L, ownier and
editor of the Adrian Telegrami, who
spoke on "A Man's Own Paper," was
elcted to honorary membership in the
locakl c'haprter ot the fraternity.
Prof. 14. E. Bunker, of the law' de-
partment; Walter K. Towers, '10-'12L,
of "The Am reianLoy";, and Karl,
Matthews, '12T,, were, the other sek
ers. Prof. F. N. Scott, of the boa-rd in
control. presided as toastmiaster.
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GRINNIELL BROS., l 2 E. Liberty St.
:Che House that Saves you Money on anything you buy in the realm of Music.
Coel,& ( Leonard CD /X SONS & VINING, New York
rc Ctten. / }jW ; eoardMAKERS OF
ALBANY, NEW YORK
MmcFRS F ACADEMIC COSTUMES
Cap & Gowns h Caps, Cowns a. Hoods
r To the American Universities from E:s ID p e s for A ll Dhegla tirees.Paifc
Class Contracts a Specialty MACK & CO ,Representatives

LD QCO

Jewel e r°
220 South Main St.

akers of the Official Sigma Xi aind Phi Beta Kappa keys.
lid -Gold, good weight fiiLe'y i-mhed and made a little
than most of them. S&e the sailp (s, and leave ysours or-
w for delivery after the initiation.f
old & Co., Jewelers, 220 Main St.
'ocure your Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi l1 e) s from 'ts.
erepair and refinish o'.d and brckt ii jeweclry.
eplacing sets and making ne,-w gm. 1untings a .pccialty.

.Maurice Toulme, '12-'14L, and A. R.
Johnson, Jr., '14, were elected mana-
ging editor and, buineiss manager,' re-
spectively, of The Mcia Daily for
19J13-'14 at a meing_;i of the board in
control of studlent pulic ,,ations yester-
day morning.
Toulme has been.i a member of the
Daily staff for three and a half years,
beginnng the second smstrof his
sohmoeyear in college. Hie has
served as reporter, night editor, and
this year as newvs editor.
Johnson has been iia imember of the
business stafffo to yea1'rs, serving
as assistat tadvertis>>,ingimaager ls
year, and as advertising mniager this
The only other matter of importance
whiich was taken up at the board meet-
ing yest.erday was the mnatter of sala-
ries, which were placed upon a per-
centage basis.

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534 308 South State Street
VEET AS IT SOUNDS
SERVICE BETTER CANDY
THE SUGAR BOWL
' Best Confectionery. Ice cream soda de luxe. Candy of all,
ions.

AT FINAL E.E i? 14JOlRO11'
A. J. MVatteson, '14, A. A. Ruthstrom,
'1t nd Kl. ,Tonouchi, '13, tied for the
univer-sity chaminpionship in fencing
Fiday afte;rnoon. The bouts were ex-
citing, for the mefn were evenly match-
ed, eachnmaking three touches.AMatch_-
es have beeon sched'uled to take plae
in the fenicing room of Waterman gym-
nasiumn tom orrow afternoon at 4:30
o'clock andl the title will be decided
at that time.
f-Lit We~atuen Hold Li~c1,on at Union
F+iftiy wome(>n of the J-lit class dined
at the Union yesterday noon. Maude
Edwards talked on the relation of the
college woman to the journalistic
worldi. Phy llis Dunn sang, Irma Hoga-
done, Franc .es Green and Julia Henning
rep onided to toasts. This, was the
last of the series of luncheons given
by this class.

Most of the tickets fr the annual
Soph Prom which w\,ill"bIgiv ea at the
Armory May 2, have been disposed of.
The number will be limrited to 160, and
those who have not pr"ov;ided them-
selves with the pasteboards should do
so at once. They may be procured from
members of the committee.
Refreshments will be served during
the entire evening. Admission, cards
will show those dances to be reserved
for this, thereby doing away with any
confusion.
Fresh lit baseball practice Monday
afternoon at 3:00 o'clock.
Cil IPS N BRIEF,
The state board of examiners visit-
ed the university yesterday upon the
invitation of the law faculty. The
board were entertained by the faculty,
anid spent the day visiting the different
cisses in the law school The party
included Lincoln, Avery, '86L, L. T.
Durand, '69L, Wesley Hyde, Chas.
Nichols, and Clarence Lightner, '$3L.
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Labelling of the trees of the campus
will be started 'by the botany depart-
ment wxithin two weeks. The label,
which will be of sheet zinc four inches
long by two inches wide,;xil contain
both the common and scientific names
of the trees.

BOARDING HOUSES
RESTAURANT
331 South Mi~ain St.
Re-ular Dinner 25c
Lunches. Home-made Pies..
Chicken Dinner, every Sunday.
CA31PUS 'CAFE
Why not board at a real Boarding'
H~ous6?
Meals like those at home.
Cone to 911'N. University and be
convinced.

110llo E. Huron St.

WARREN -AGENCY
?206 National Bank Bldg. Phone 303-J.
Special Bargains in desirable places
for sale or rent.
Life, Accident and Fire Insurance. We
solicit correspondence or calls.
$8ooo will buy one of the beautiful homes
of Ann Arbor. Spacious grounds with
fine shade, trees and shrubbery, new garage,
Fine construction,, polished oak floors
throughout.. Living room 15x27; dining
room 15x18. Suitable for private family
or can be adapted to needs of a sorority
or ^fraternity. A beautiful location.
L. D.. CARR, Agent, 17 Sav. Bank Blk.

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Bpal Estate, Fire, Health and
Casualty Insurance

Phone 180-L.

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ATTENTION TO EVERY 'ORDER NO 'MATTER 'HOW SMALL
ON MAIN STREET

CARDS - PROGRAMS *STATIONERY
FO F SAMPLES
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A delicious, nourishing combination of milk, eggs and fin-
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the Windmill trademark on package and avoid imitations.
HOLLAND RUSK.COfI'PANY,

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Michig'

THlEBEST
JOHNSON'S CHOCOLATES

WAGNER &CO.
STATE STREET
Are pleased-to announce that they are showing
a comprehensive line of

The' Ann Arbor Savings Bankf The
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $ 100,0'00O~~~
Resourses $3,000,000 blot5 ,S vings BDank'
General Banking Busilness Transacted
Ofies Ca.E Hsok re. .D8Ia'i Wm J: Booth~ President Wmn. Arnold, Vice-Presiden
man. Vice* Pres. MI. J. Fritz, Cashier. I John C. Walz, Jr., Cashier
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Fifth Avenu, New fYork
Reay-t-Wer Cothsfor Young Men
These garments are especially.
type-d to meet the requirements of Col-
lege men. Expeot to find IexclSlsie_
fabrics and tai!Oori-l superior to any-
4 higyou h Iave seen
and you will not be
disappoi nted.

The
1 Mechanics Bank
5 South Main Street
Surplus and Profits $67,000

Ann Arbor Time Table
Ltzhited Cars for. Detroit-7:12" a. m., and
hourly to 6:12 p. in., also 8:1'2 p.mi.
Local Cars for Detr'oit-5;40 a. in., 6:40 a.
mn., and every two hours to 6;40 p. i,., 7:40 .
p. 111,.8:40 p. mn., 9:43 p. mn., 4rrd 10:43 p. mn
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p."im., 1:5p, m.
12:30 p. Mn., 1:00 a. in,
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. im. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. mn.
Local Cars for Jafchson-5 :20 a.m., and

FOR LADIES.
AND
GENTLEMEN-
The cosiest dining room in town is
Mac'k's Tea Room
Dinners., lunches or refreshments.
Rest Room in connection.
Open from S a. in. to 5 p. in.; on
Saturdays till 9 p. in.
SECOND FLOOR
MACK & COt.
MAIN STREET

J 4101=FOLK

OCOLLAF
IJIGH /N THE BAICK- fA

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