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May 30, 1913 - Image 2

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TRHBD &tCt{IGAN DAILY

Mete ;Line of Spring Woolens)

Largest Assort anent in the City
Ready for Your Inspection,

H. WILD CO.

311 S. State StreetI

THlE MICIGAN DAILY-
Official newspaper at the university of Mlich-
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Enitered. at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, M4ich-
igan, under Act of. Congress of March 3,
1 879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor IPress. Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours. 5Edtor-1 tic 3 p. Mn. r7 to TO
p. tn." Business :Manager-i to 3 p, nm.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50, by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy ;
C. 11. Davis, Cor. Packard & Mtate
Phone: Bell. 960.
(''rank 1Pennell........... ..Managingig io~
Joseph Fouchard..........Business Maniager
FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1913.
Nnght Editor-Henry C. Rummel.

MATINEE TODAY - 3 P. M.
TONIGHT from .7 p. ."o 10 Cl'Mto I E AG OR Plam.
Views DeLuxe
ALL SEATS 100:l~
ENTIRE CHANGE P'ROGRAM DAILY.

tnlors!
'Time's Flying! -See to it NOW--=the Matter
Iof your

VISITING CARDS'

Correct styles=--Price and Workmanship
Guarantee'd,

S 0 NI. O RS!I
The time is drawing near when you wilt need
VISITING CARDSr
We have all the latest styles. Work Guaranteed
rt and 100 Cards................. ..$.+
'Cards from Plate... ..... . .9
CO' St~dent.'

State
:street

WARK.'S
VNIVERSITY RIOOKSTORFLICS

Main
Street

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Discretion THESES
.ots of people snow plenty of xoespnec
REJiON in choosingr their FRIENDS, T E WES, promptly
nl t oneC ATOM of DISCRETION in .Anid neatly TYPE-
osing their TAILOR-humnan na- W2IrrE'J.
e is a funny thing.
Dietrle0. D. M arrlI I,
LORt Liberty Street Bell 582-J
(Copyrighted)
Assemblies Every Wednescay. and Saturday Evenings.
A few good spring dates left for reniats.

MEMORIAL DAY.
To !the world at large Memorial day
to' the committee on non-
athletic organizations for for-
mal' recognition. The club has re-
when our white-haired veterans' visit
the graves of sleeping comrades; when
dirges are sung and flowers strewn in
honor of -those who have gone before,
and who are now at peace. In every
city and town and at every country
side, thoughtful men and women lay
aside their' labors, and, turn their
thoughts to these days agone.
To a college community claiming fel-
lowship with the interests and sym-
pathies of that outer world, Memorial
day should also be of real import. He
is indeed of shallow mind to whom it
suggests only an extra chance for a
canoe trip, a baseball. game, or a
tramp afield. Rather should it sug-
gest to us the gratitude, we owe to
those pioneer men of learn nthe
fruits of whose zeal and industry, we
as students enjoy today. Upon states-,.
men and heroes cof battle, whose la-
bors are conspicuous, the world be-j
stows its praise freely.. But to the
scholar who patiently works in obscur-
ity, and who willingly gives his very,;
life at the altar of knowledge, recog-
nition comes scantily, tardily. Yet
that vast field of garnered knowledge
that makes our modern civilization.
with its splendid arts and sciences the
superior of any in history, is largely
made possible bec-~use of the world's'1
students. All hail, then, to the mem-
ory of those who though neglected
and ignored worked patiently that we
of later days might be H-eirs of All the
Ages.
In particular, Memorial day 'is an
appropriate time to sense our appre-'
,ciation of those early leaders of edu-
cation in Michigan who gave unstint '
edly of their energies; for from those
energies came the impetus that makes1
it possible for the University of Michi-
gan to stand as it does today 'in the
front rank of American universities.

Vest Pocket Kodak,
4It is not entirely our fault that
we sell so many Ven-t Iocket
Kodaks. P, ople see the pictures
tlhat their friendls toke -with
these little cameras and wcfnl (rune-
for themselves.
If you have a used kodak that
does not suit you we will make
you a liberal olhf r for (exchange
on a better one. (tg'mt-,in Kand
talk it over with u.- and let us
do your fin'iibhing.

Is-eferred by discrituinatirg p~ople ft1 i lqu,-ite
and enduring beau'cif oItne, for ab: ohitei;:tt- gr i y
of workmanship, for undoubte d rei.lii t)

Illo trai tq

Sti~sdio 319 IS. Htx r-om tS1.

P1, one $61_L

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Awakened Rameses" Music at Reduc d
Prices. Score Books $1.50
bRINNELL BROS.,120-122 E. Libt rny St.

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-7C2 leStr.hoe Store

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Jewel1ers
220 South Main' St.

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[ kers of the Offii41l igmia Xi ai d Phi Bzt~a K ,pp'a kep,
"lid Gold, good wigh t, flu el} fini Ilel and cmic a. little
than inotit 4themn. S, e the s niphs, aid Rtave y(.tit' or E
v for de.iv,!ry after the initiaiIon.
cold & Co,,,, Jewelers, 220 Main St.

Calkins'. Pharmacy1
The d ,- pfph
collar no ih
in favor
f 15 ~95
FAl.Ic ooNv & co., MAK~if ,6Y. N.Y.MW
For 8 sI e in Annt Arbcr by
and who have baseball experience are
requested to leave their- names at
Cushing's drug store on SMate street.

Can Offer You Better Slhces for Less Money
REMEMBER WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD

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Full lite of wooden bath sandals ABE LEVY, Pr p 05N.in stiest
Tennis Shoes and Slippers 25H anSre
CARDS - PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
SAMPLES
GREGORY MAYER & THOM 'Co. DETROIT, MICHI

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The

sident Wmn. Al
John C. Walz, Jr., Ca;

s Bank
mnold, Vice-Presiden
ishier

The Ann. Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $ 100,004)
Resouirses $3,000,000
Gee. rat Baning fBusineassTray actt d
Cfficcist Chas. E. HisccK, Pres., W. D. Hia.-
ma-, Vice-Pres. MI. J. Fritz. Cashier

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Procure your Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi keys. from us.
\Ve repair andl refinish 01(1d and Frok{en jewelry..

Replacing Sets and(1
Benl alarmls

mal ing new mounting-s a specialty.
W'atchi repairing Conklin pens

Haller JewelryCo.
on~e 534 308 South State Streetj
SWEET AS IT SOUNDS
TER SERVICE BETTER CANDY
THE SUGAR BOWL
Arbor's Best Coafectionory. tee cream boda de luxe. Candy of all
escriptions.

UNITVUYRITY NOTICES. It is, desired to organize a team to
%_____compete in the city league. Names
Dr. Pollock's classes !in botany will" must be in before the school term cbos-
meet in front of library at re ular ' e'.
hours for field trips. All desiring note
books can get them Saturday 8:00 to j Ii -'J I-IOR WOMENt TAKaEN
10:00 inroom 101 south wing. IYU0 MOR1TAR BOtRD ,SOCIETY,
Commerce club will meet Tuesday ___
night at 7:00 o'clock in room 10! of the Mortar Board has elected 15 junior
economics building to elect offlicers.
Alpha Nu will postpone their regular w omen as members of the honorary
meeting tomorrow night until Monday society for next year. Those chosen
night at 7:30 o'clock, when they will are: Julia Anderson, H-elen Brown,
elect-officers and take in new members. Jessie Cameron, Caroline Dow, Marga-
E r, 1:aucman's clazwes is Botany G j ret Eaton, Frances Green, Gertrude
may get their notes and drawings Sat-" Helmecke, Julia, Hennin, Irma Hoga-
urday morning between .8:00 an 10 :00 done,- Margaret Irving, Helen Loin an,
in room .101 S. WV. Helen Mahon, Beatrice Merriam, Mar-
Students staying for summer school jorle Nicholson, Isabel Rizer.

WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO EVERY _ORDER NO MATTER HOW SMALL
ON MAIN STREET

THE BEST
JOHNSON'S CHOCOLATES

Here the Conquering
hero Comes:
If you, can't be the "hero:' make
the most of it-smoke a Fatima,
60 Fatima coupns will secume a white satin
pilow top~ 24 in, square decorated with hand..
somelir painted flowrs-j 2 design to aclcctfromi,

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CHOCOLATE' SODA
OUR SPECIALTY
DROP IN AND TRY IT

TROIT UNITED LINES
Ana Arbor Time Table
ied and Express Care for Detroit-
) a. . m. adnt urly to 6:10 P. M., also 8:1(0

The
Farmers and Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 South Main Street
Ci~pltal $100,000. Surplus and Profits $87,000.

AND
The cosiest dinling room in town is
R.ack"s Tea Room
Dinnaers, Iuncl-es or refreshments.
Rest Roomn in ccnnection.
Open from 8 a. mn. to 5 p. tn.; on
Saturdays till 9 p. Mn.
SECOND FLOOR
MAIN STREET

ar o eri-;0a . :0every two hours to 6;06 p. mn , 7:46i
:C6 p. m.,, 9:10 p mn., and 10:45 p. in
ilantl only. 11:15 p in., 12.13 p. mn.
Mn., 1:00 A. iM,
lCars for Jackson-7 :46 a. m. and
wo hours to 7:46 p. im.
rs for Jackson -5:2a. m.. 6:51 a.
every two hours to 6 51 p. m.,, also

(mecaS ift S aan
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most 'Convenient Place far Your
Banking

A NEW LIGHT WEIGH*T. DEEP
POINTED
2 fair 25 "~s. Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc..
M4Akers of Arrow Shirts

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