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,7 1MMICHIGAN DAILY

Line of Spring Woolens

Largest Assortmnent in the City
Ready for Your Inspection,

ILD CO.

311 S. State Street

1N 8
is drawing near when you wIll need
VISITIN~G CARDS
11 the latest styles. Work Guaranteed
Wards ........ ..... .$1050
Plate........... ...... .50
KAN4 (&A C~w.O . tdeke

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY,
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
iga~n.
Published every morning except Monday dur-'
ing the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann :arbor, Mlich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1 879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press" build-
ing, ?Maynard Street
Office Hours. Editor-i to 3 P. i.; 7 to 10
p. tn. Business M anager--i to ,; T. M
Subscription Price: By carrier, $z.5- by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations:, Press Building: Quarry's
Pharmacy: Univer-itv Phartrnicy
C. H. Davis. Cor. Packard $t State
Phone: Bell. 95o I
P-rank Pennell......... ..Iialt'lging r.g Itor
Joseph Fouchard..........h111, rincM Ianager"
Mlaurice T' Liolne.............Newh ldi tor
C. Harold 1Ilippler.................Assistant
Karl iM~atthews ..............Atlilci~c I-ditor
G. C. Eldredge........... ....., sIstatt
John Townley.............Mtusic andl Irama
f-farold B. Ahbott ......... la toonist
EDITORIALS
flarold G. McGee [Louis P. 11aiter
Howell Van Auken Mal~urice Myers
R. Emmett Taylor Edwin It1< lhi,t ,n
NIGHT EDITORS
1fl. Reach Carpenter Fred B.. roulk
Morton R. Hunter Morris Milligan
Bruce J: Miles Lester F. Rosenbaum
David D. Hunting
REPORT ER S
Leonard M. Rieser J. Selig Yellen
Leo Burnett Penn 11,Illossick
F. M. Church ('a-Itnn Jenks
Charles; S. Johnson C. ll. :Lang
fleriitis FE. Kline 'X1M zrafroth
Y. F. Jahin I1su I'.C.rtnnim l
P. P. McTinnei X12 .ilel
RPaisseil Neilsoin R. E Curnninglvam
John 1E. Hentou Ge.. 5..1ohnstoul
BUSINESS STAFF
V. R: Johnsoin, Jr........Iyverti'.iiMe Ianages
Emerson It. Smith........... i , ,:tarn.
I a rry FE. j nlnr....... Cirevcl :r1 "11 VXI aer
S+herwnnei rield I 1h n Leonard
Myron W. Watkins 1:, G. Millard,
WEiNESDAY, MAY1 23,.113.

RAJESTIG
KINEMAOL O RB

FILMS DWART,

VISITINGaiCARDS

ALL SIEATS1 Uc
MATINEE TODAY at 3 P.. M.
3 Shows TONIGHT,
7 P. M., B P.M and 9P. M.
COMPLETE CHANGE PROGRAM DAILY

Seniors!

I 1 0, lilloo l, -

Correct styles--Price and Workmanship
Guarantee'

Time's Flying-=See to it NOW--=the Matter
of your

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Pr9eferred by discrimiinating people fui at~qiiite
and enduring beaulty of tone, for abkoltite integrity
of workmanship, for u ndoubtkd reliabilit y.

ye Mental
have Physi-
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y Tailoring
an Physic~al

St~adlo 319 E. Htzraim St.

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Vest Pocket Kodak
It. is not. entirely, our tault, that
we sell so nmany Ve--t Pocket
lKodaks.. Pt ople stye th~e pictures
tOat their frig ds take with
these little cameras and 1r(; i i( ,
for themselves.
If you have a used kodak that
does not suit you we wilt make
you a liberal-otter for exchange
on a better one. Cowie in and
talk it over with us and let us
do your fin ihing.

"Awakened Rameses" usic at Reduced
Prices. Score Books $1.50
T GRINNEL B.6 10-122o e. i rSt.r

Academ-y

f Da.mrwin ,

Every Wednesday an~d Saturday Evenings.
Ing 'dates lefttfor rentals.I

rxa CO.

220 Souith7 MAW~ St.

,f the Official sigma Xi ai d Ph1i Bela K~ippa keys
d, good wighit, fi.reiy fiii1Le(',and made a 1tt1le
ost of them. Ste the samnph s, and kiave y, ur or
elivery after thle initiation,
& CO., Jewelers, 220 Main Sit.
r Savings Bank' The
$3,000,000 State Savings ank
flat5ness T r~r.saest u !Wmn J. Booth, President Wm. Arnold, Vice-Presiden
cock, Pres.,, W. D. Ha r-i
M. J. Fritz, Cashicr J John C. Waiz, Jr., Cashier
your Phi Beta Ikappa and Signma Xi keys frons us.
ir and refinish old and broken jewelry..
Ssets anid maki11'ng new montings a specialty.
nms W atCh repair11ng Conklin peis.

PLAY BL L
Weather permiitting"2, this ante.-noon
will determine which of the seventeen
class ball teams ion the cninT:us is en-
titled to the figurative champn ionship
bunting. Then, in the' natu,.rali orderi
of events, the class league will sink
into" oblivion for another yeas.,
A great many people would like to
see this oblivion doctrine broken into
to the extent of betting the ham
class team cross bats with the V,°11rsity-.
Such a game would- draw thi c rowds,,
put new life into the class l guand
possibly give the coaches a line on
unknown material. Many a mian who
has burned up the campus lc a ;tiu in
the past, would have been a wevvlcomeo
addition to the ,.Varsity if hisA work
could have been noticed by the-proper
persons.
What objecticns can be otteredo
against this suggestion ? We catn think
of none. On the other hand we are
certain that the innovation would
prove a welcome one.,
NEW FIELDS.,
The Comedy club is giving any one
who wants to take a hand in playwrt
ing a chance not only to have his play
considered by the university but by
the professional stage as well. Under
these circumstances, there is incentive
enough to call out a large number of
competitors.
In giving the college, play writer a
chance, the Comedy club opens a. fine
field. Here is a chance for some local
Shakespeare to make good in the the-
atrical world. Now is the proper time
to start the'work, and spare moments
in ;the impending summer vacation, the
time, to finish it up for submission in
the fall to the °judges.

ICalkins' PharmacyI
324 SOUTH STATE' STREET
May 28.--Combined dance of Cercle
EFratncaise, Deutscher Verein, and
Comedy club at the country club. Car
leaves at 7 :40 o'clock.
May 28.-Combined musical club's con-
cert at U Hall.
Maiy 28.-Blum art exhibit at Mem oriali
liciA191, i1:1Eecls Aew Officers.
A\c olyties, honor literary society
:lac t<:d cffie rs, for the coming year a;
their 1 Ianualdii ner at the Union last
night as follows: H. V. Foulk, arch-
acolte;W. WV. Schroeder, '14, exor-
(ist;) A. i":,Oilman, '14, seneca; Theo-
phile iRaphael, '13, copyist; and Sam-
uel Shapero, refector.
(111zi hS Nt G Uive Joint I lCC Toiiiglit.
Memiibers, of the Comedyr club, the
Cercle Francals, and the Deutscher
Verein will dance this evenin]g at the
country club. Prof. and M1;rs Evans
Holbrook will chaperone the affair.
Tihe merry makers will leave Ann Ar-
bor by special car at 7:40 p. im. Tick-
ets selling at $1.25 may be procured
from members of the committees.
Why pay more money when you can
buy all the latest popular songs& and
mnusic at teni-cents per copy. Mando-
lins, guitars, and all musical instru-
ments at vcry lowvest prices consistent
with quality. Grinnell Bros., 120,-2 E.
Liberty St. 160-172

Can Oiler You (Better Shoes for Less Money
REMEMBER WE ARE LEVER UNDERSOLD

Full line of wooden bath sandals AEI'I Prop.'Opst otOf~
Tennis Shoes and Sippers LV, !'C.205 N. MeaIn Street,
CARDS - PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
FOR
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ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO EVERY ORDER NO MATTER NO0W SMALL
ON MAIN STRLET

THE BES
TEBSJOHNSON'S CHOCOLATES

Here the Coqern
Hero Comes
If xou can't be the "hero,"" make
ffhe most of it-smoke a Fa i a .
60 Ratima couIpons will secure a f Titec satin
pillotw top, 24 in. square, decorated,' wit/i hand.
wmrely painted flowers- 12designs t . Ctfa~rom-.

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DROP IN AND TRY IT

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

The cosies~t dii ing moom n toxIN1 is A E IH W IH ,D E

NITE1D LINES
Time Table
as Curs for Detroit-
,ly to6:10 p. Mn., also 8:10

Th~e
Farmers and Mechanics Bank

WAGER &CO.
Sta Street Tailors

101-103-105 South Main Street

tupitaI $100,000.

Surpips and Profits $61,000

Mack's Teai Room
D~inners, lunches or refresl mnint.
Rest Room in connction.
Open from 4 a. in. to 5 p. 111. on
Saturdays till 9 p. tn.
SECOND FLO2
MAIN STREET

POINTED
AR ow
~COLLAR
. for 25 ts. CIuett, Peabody & Co.., Inc.

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