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THE MICHIGAN DAIL

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at~ the University of Mich-
igan.-
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Alich-
igan, under Act of Congress of Marh 3,
179.
Offices : Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing Maynard Street.
Office hours: Editor-i, to 3 p. m.; 7 to TO
p. tn. Business Manager-i to 3 p. m.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $.5; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy;
C. H. Davis, Cor. Packard & State
Phone : Bell, 96o.
Frank Pennell .. ............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard.......... Business Manager
WEDNESDAY',,MAY 21, 1913.
Night Editor-IHenry C. Rummel.
"BEST EVER."
For a straight year we have watched
a board of editors slaving away day
and night across the hall from us, ii
the making of the 1913 Michiganen-
sian. Today the public will get its
first glimpse at the results of that la-
bor, and we predict that opinion will
unanimously declare it th best year-
book in the history of the university.
We confess that the appearance of
every annual in the past has been the
signal for a "best ever" comment from
this paper. At the same time we sub-
mit that the constructive progress1
which the book has made year after
year in spite of the rigor of the pace,
fully warrants complimentary criti-I
cisms and boquets.;
In presenting congratulatons to the
Michiganensian editors on the success
of their labors, we wish to warn theI
campus that there have been instancesc
in the past in which year-book editions
have been completely closed out, and
that "the early bird catches the worm"1
doctrine may prevent disappointmentsI
for some this year. Students are fast
beginning to realize that the best wayI
to preserve Michigan in their memo-
ries is to purchase all the Michigan-
ensians issued during their undergrad-
uate life. The increase in sales each
year warrants this conclusion.
The 1913 Michiganensian is not es-
pecially in need of editorial boosts on
our part. It will sell itself. We are,
however, anxious that the available
books find their wray into the hands of
those who will value them as they
should be valued.
J CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
* -Senior lit invitations were not all
disposed of yesterday at University
hall. About 250 remain and all seniors
who have not yet obtained their invita-
tions will have the last chance to do
so from 3:00 to 5 :00 o'clock next
Tuesday afternoon, May 27, at the S. L.
A. window in University hall.
-Professor F. N. Scott, of the rhet-
oric department, has accepted an invi-
tation 'to deliver the commencement
day address at the Milwaukee-Down--
er College in Milwaukee, Wis., on
June 18.
Harry E. Martin, 14E, was called
home Sunday by the drowning of his
younger brother, Kenneth Martin. Mr.
Martin's home is in Ilay City, and he
will not return until Sunday.
Nominations for next year's senior
law councilman were made yesterday
by' the second year law class. The
nominations are L. K. Wood, E. W.
1-aislip and J. P. Helm. The election
will be held Thursday afternoon from'

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an most of them. See th~e samples, aid leave your or-
for delivery after the initiation.
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The.

T e:Ann Arbor Savin~gs Bank
Capital Stc ck $300,000 Surplus $100,000
Bank R sourscs $3,000,{000
Y{G8-Prealdent Gent ral Banking. Business Transacted
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-1:30 until 5:30 o'clock at which time
one of the three nominees will be se-
lected,
--Fresh pharnmics will be the guests
of Parke-D~avis and Company, of De-
troit, tomorrow, when they will make
a tour of the company's mammoth
plant. The smoker which the class
had planned to hold in Cascade Glen
tonight has been called off on "account
of the trip to Detroit tomorrow, and in
its place the nmembers of the crass twill
attend the Prescott club smoker to
be held at 7:30 o'clock this evening in
the chemistry building. .
--J. 11. Wilkins, Jr., '14, who re-
turned to school last Saturday morn-
ing from his borne in Denver where
he had been called by the serious ill-
ness of his sister, Mrs. Paul Coo ley,
was forced to rturn home when
he received a telegram Monday noon
that she had passed away that morn-
ing. It is not known whether he will
return to school here next year or
not.
-Chances for the recovery of D. A.
Hag .-edorn, '14M, who was stricken
wvithi paralysis in one side of his body
last week, were much more favorable
last evening. Yesterday he was able to
speak and to move his afflicted side.
-Waldo Fellows, '14, was elected
president of the Cercle Francais for
1013-'14 at a meeting of the society
Monday night. The other officers elect-
ed at this time were: vice-president,
Alice Cornwell, '14; treasurer, Clyde
'Nicolson, '13; and secretary, Gertrude
l eimecke. '14.
--Junior dents will hold their last
dance- of the year at the Packard
academy tomorrow night at 8:30. Dr.
and Mrs. 0. B. Barnes will chaperone.
-Druids and their feminine friends
journeyed to Whitmore Lake by spe-
cial car over the Ann Arbor road yes-
terday afternoon, where a dinner-
dance was held. About thirty couples
made the trip, returning late last
night.
For Music and all Musical Instru-
moents visit Schaeberle and Son's Mus-
ic I-ouse. tf
When looking for a choice gift that
no one else has', you may find it at
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The most appropriate decorations
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Rest Room in connection.
Open from S a. m,. to 5 p. im.1 on
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