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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Line of Spring Woolensl

Largest Assort -nent In thei City
Ready for YourIsptin

WILD GO.

311 S. State Street

;lotted'Ia R i ck f
are agents for the !I. C. LizSlt(edT!hro(..t Tenn i akett. We
-voral new modu1s worthIi1ooi g -at buOre malk;I ing your Itrlae
t & DiU::on Chamrpionship, ACr' i t~lt°,d Br0I s ( God( 1i i B' s
is championship 1Balls. Al11o&gaaned
E H A Bookstore

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opossessesakneendiseerninnt ; k. Ch.re's Pondenee
deeply into thing., flowever, THEy s promptly
N'S "OUTSIGHT" is on ti~e adnal Y
hiere won't be much appreci- WlT
is INSIGHT.
v (Over Bal t oez eLnchY
tLiberty Street .el582-1
ew good spring dales tl far re-itals.

Official newspapecr at the University of MIich-
iwan.
Pr'ublislicd every mrning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
hnrdat the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
'5?9.
Offices.- Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Mtaynard Street.
Ofice hlours: Tdtr to 3 p. in.; 7 to. 2o
p>. im. usiniess M anaer-3 to 3 p. mn.
Suibsiription P[rice: B3Y carr ier, $2.50; by mail,
$3,00.
WVant Ad: Stations: Press Building; Quarry's:
Pharmacy: University Pharmacy;
C. 11. .Davis, Cor. Packcard & State
Pho ne: Bell, g6o.
Erank l' ennell.. ....... ..Managing Edlitor
Joseph Joucha;rd........... Business Manager
MVaurice 'ouln~e................News lEditor
C. Haro!,'ld iiplr................Assistant
Tarl !artthews ..............Athletic Editor
J- C. Etdredge................Assistant
John 'l'ownley ...........Music and IDrama
( l aro ld I3. Abbott ................ Cartoonist
FUII)AY, MAY -16, 191:3.
Nigt Eito-F.M. {Church.
The llfdei'c lai::;ien Who do friend-
'y battle with each othe'r today :and to-
morr0!ow in the name of thoe 'clas:-ses
arei to be envied. Tlheir C\1)C;;+j', 'C1
wvili result in many pleas~tlant ,memo-
ries in the years to conic.and will
ge an added fla vor to the remoihinder
of. their universaity careers.
Ont the othier haled, the underclass-
.,e< who stay away fromn the contests
ar tul t rb itied. A man can't
geit any lmoUire out of is university thfan
he i wilingto give. It is to be re-
reedtha t tee:re always some
me1 n (,iii every la.;:;who prefer to be
CEaii1l]long 1from ,freshm17en to grad-
ti io,aso l: .i ad- uotl in1 grow-
s1 > nli-iu adii_ ,;.s. Let us ihope that
the at tand f Iee at IL'Ct(lass games
jesmof rihe pre'Sen1t underciatsses to
'00 t at a minim1um2.
1! ere' aremninder---oniorroxvhas
ili 1 ;::et a: ide ast; ,raw I l1.at y'on the
Micliian arnpus ItWila'SO mark
their entry of the ph ated stuff<all over
thecoutr, a( rdiigto PVCSo an"-
noun'(li:etn eats.
o. ,we're n1''tattoeunpting to boost
the buiesof our clothier creditorsi.
;ct istyarslid1 offthe shelf, if y-ou
willjust o lng;asyoujoin the pro-
ce(ssion1.Straw h' ?at day is not an in-
novat]?ion at 3lichiganu. It has met.
w,,ith stuccess ini thepasti. We're not
agigfor ihel tyle nearly as much
.als we oaGre for the convenience of the
head1 -gecar in qfuestiont. Getting warm
fGr ca, s ;lteolc derbie , you'll <agree, so
let's ;ail ,l getst ion lthe lbaudy -wagoni
tomorrowii.

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Srplus $ 100,000
Resourses $3,000,0009
Gentral Banking Business Transated
Officers: Chas. E. HiscockPrts., V. D. H air
man, Vice-Pres. M. J. Fritz, Cashir{
The
State Savings Bank'
Wmn J. Booth, President ftn Arnold, Vice-Presden
John C. Walz, Jr., Cashier
'the deep-point
collar now' hlgh.
in favor.
cQSIE COON & CO., AA/(.W Z ?O)YWA
For Sa an Ann Arbor by
Wagner &co.
('AMPUM IN BRIEF.
The check~ room at Hill auditorium
(ring the festivl is in charge of the
'Women's League. A charge of five
cents will be made for checking.
-o--
Senior ls and Union mernher from
tall classes will sing at the Union to-
ni~,ht at 7:00 o'.1ock. AV. C. Tribe
wiii lea'd the t-n s and the gle and
mandolin clubs will assist
-0-
A sorority dinner will be held at
the Union tomorrow noon under the
auspices of Panhellenic. The meting
is a "goodl will" lunch, no regular
priogr'am being arranged. Tickets for
the dinner are 50 cents.
-0-
Tickets for Union mnemIbership (lance
Saturday night are on sale at desk.
Lim ited ttoy 101 . lJ ,: ,\ \Vii
Senior fits wear caps and gowns on
Mondays and Thursdays.
Senior lawv class meeting room. B
at 3 :00 o'clock. Memorial committee
report and other business.
Soph prom committee meeting at
U nion at 7:00 o'clock tonight.
Wome~n's League saie of home-made
eandy in U. hail today, 0:00 to 5:00
o'cloc.k.
"Tug-of-war"-Rubber sole shoes-
Wag~ner & Co., State St. 160-1-2
.Vor Music and all Musical Instru-
Iments visit Scbaeberle and Son's Mus
ic Douse. tf
Tennis shoes for fresl-soph contests.
Campus B3ootery, opposite Hlustons.
15-161
Why pay more money when you can
buy all the latest popular songs and
music at tent cents per copy. Mando-
lins, gu itars, and all musical instru-
ments at very lowest prices consistent
with qua lity. Grinell Bros, 120-2 E.L
Libe'rty St. 160-172
Saturday, May 17,-Straw Hat Day,
W agnuer & Co., State St. 160-1-2

Base R. 2019
Tra.ck

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Unlversi*y
Bookstore

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ll)Ia ti1 ilnl

P-eferred by discrimninatirg people furt tl~h
and enduring bcauiy of tone, foi ab~.olute integ~rity
of workmanship, for undoubtedrehilt.

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Most Complete Stock in the City.
Every Article Guaranteed.

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8txsdio 319 2E. Hxrojm St.

pbh o 21 c96,1,

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'Awakened Rtameses" Music at Redsucd
Prices. Score Books $1.50
GRINN ELL BROS., 120-122 E. lUb ry St.

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Crisp, golden brown discs of nourish men t. Seve it mlkor
cream, fruit, cheese, jeily .or jam. rjlJh. vindm I iill Onl the pakagepro
tects you against subsititut ion. IN, the package t- at all gIrocers t.

I Ir", C4 0
.o A c

J -w e e S
20 eulth Main St.

fakers of the O fficial Fig i a X i ,,rd Phi JB eta hK a D:, keys l~ o d g o e g t i e -f~i l e n . c c l ti
than most of thema. &:e the samplf;es;, and laeY( ur tor-
w for delivery after the intitiation.,
Lld & Co. Jewelers, 220 MainSt.

NEW STY Lt.S

a n d Ox f c,,r is

May 3.---Engneerng- xhibit.
May17--Srngginsat;Ferry

AT

river1
field.

108 S. Maiti St.

SWEET AS IT SOUNDS
TTER SERVICE BE TTERPCA NDY
THE :SUGAR BOWL
Q Arbor's Best Confectionery. lee cream soda- d e luxe. Candy of¢aII
descriptions.

May 8.- cveinrg senior sing at the
f.nioni.
-Ayo 20.-Senior sing.
Ay %-Tnterschoiastic meet at Fur-
May 2:"1.-Cap nzight at Sleepy .1foloxv.
May24.---lntrscola~cmeet at Fer-
May 24 .- --WO11:'s Ma_'1ty Day.
May2 i:.-~ terehlasicandh Un ion,
nucnenberhipdinner.
11ennis shoes for fresh-soph con-
tet.Campus Bootery, opposite HuIs-
ton'°s. 1 8-161

/j/1a,
77 Il
Cn!rr, 4c ~ 9 0~ -
y, C 3i -

WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO EVERY ORDER NO 61ATTER HOW SM ALL

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Now if it w reL cigpare =ttes, There
60 Fdh-.-,e coupo),ns w,"!l sr? scawht :ir
pillows £w;.24 so bunre, 1ckc r i h hnd-
c.omcudj~rl~,ez 1 dirst citrm

THE BET

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CHOCOLATE SODA
OUR SPECIALTY
DROP IN AND TRY IT

It is said "there is nothing new
under the sun," but our garments
finished with silk braided edges are
not only new but are the last word in
Sartorial elegance.
Let us Show you.

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The D T~I NTI~IN'
ad Mechanics Bankii Arbor Tizike 'Zabt
05 South Main Street-
Surplus and Profits $67,000 Lxmil d Caws [or i etrFeit-7:12' a. rin and,
tour ininnyto 6:1" .Ill., a'sU ,8:T' P. im.
~Local Cars lbr Detrc~t--;40 R. .;,,, a.
a:, n every two hours to C4 p. Il ;:4O~
414 1' Yp] I n tl 0 liy-. 1(;; p. iL l. °i : .I I -
-- -Lmited Cars far Jcsn-:a. mrim, ad

5taitd traet Tailors

AND.
The cosiest dining room in town is
Mack's Tea Room
Dinners, lunches or refreshmnents.
Rest Room in connectionm.
Open fron. 8 a. in. to 5 p. n.,on
Saturdays till 9 p. in.
SECOND FLOOR
MACK & Co.

SL tIGHITLY spaced
font. Made of whit e
Madras. Exceedingly
smr 2 for 25c
ARROv

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