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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Line of. Spring Woolens

Largest Assortment in the City
Ready for Your Inspection,

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311S. State

StreetI

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rhe time is drawing near when you will need
VISITINC CARDS
Ne have all the latest styles. Work Guaranteed
d 100 Cards. .............. ....... .. ...$1.50
ds fron Plate................. 90
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spring dates left for rentals.

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, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: editor- to 3 p. m.; 7 to ion
p. m. Business Manager--i to 3 p. m.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.so; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; Univerity Pharmacy;
C. H. Davis, Cor. Packard & State
Phone: Bell, g6o.
Frank Pennell.......A.... Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard ........Business Manager
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1913.
Night Editor-Walter E. Nye.
ULTIMATELY.'
We regret that we haven't that op-
timism over the outcome of the Con-
ference resolutions passed last week
by the board of regents which sever-
al of the members of the board have
expressed. In our interpretation of
the meaning of the rules laid down
we do not stand alone, it being the
general understanding that they will
not open the doors for Michigan.
If the regents are really anxious
that Michigan resume western rela-
tions, and the recent resolutions do
not cater to that result, certainly the
university fathers should be willing
to redraft the same along lines that
will bring results. If the regents
have no desire for Michigan's return,
the best that Michigan alumni and
students wishing a return can do, is
td keep on \vith a fight which if un-
equal now may ultimately prove suc-
cessful.
Time alone will put the correct in-
terpretation on these latest resolu-
tions of the regents. In all probabil-
ity the first meeting of the Conference
board will settle their fate. Whatever
the outcome, Michigan's back to the
Conference movement has settled in
on an encouraging swing which will
never recognize permanent obstacles.
A HELPING HAND.
What'can you do for Michigan this
summer while at home or away at
work? Let us offer a suggestion.
All over the country thousands of
young men are figuring on the dollars
and cents part of a college education.
For a person who knows nothing of
the ropes this is largely a matter of
working in the dark with few help-
ing hands.
Try to get some of these boys inter-
ested in Michigan. It is common
knowledge for those of us in attend-
ance here that any man with a good
stock-in-trade of courage, ambition
and energy can come to Michigan and
get away with it despite a fiat purse.
Few boys just out of high school un-
derstand the risk they *take in not
getting to a higher institution, im-
mediately after their graduation. In
hopes of eventually saving the neces-
sary money for college they accept
positions which prove remuner-
ative enough to take away the luster
of former ambitions. In consequence,
the best of intentions often go astray.
Try to find some of these boys this
summer who are working in the dark
and give them a helping hand.
Private instruction in Englisli, Ger-
man and Latin by University graduate.
[06 Ann St. 707-d. 177-180

MAJESTIC
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MUMPS
Funniest Moving Pic-
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KINEMAOOR
COMING THURSDAY
"TRUTH ABOUT WHITE SLAVERY"
IN MOTION PICTURES.

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VISITING CARDS

St'udio 319 E. liu.~t-@m St.

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Vest Pocket Kodak
It is not entirely our fault that'
we sell so many Vest Pocket
Kodaks. PRople see the pictures
that their friends take with
these little cameras and want one
for themselves.f
If you have a used kodak that
does not suit you we will make
you a liberal offer for exchange
on a better one. Come in end
talk it over with us and let us
do your finishing.

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*rTiivuRSITV IBOOKSTOR.ES

Awakened Rameses" Music at Reduced
Prices. Score Books $1.50
GRINNELL BROS., 120-122 E. Liberty St.
CARDS- PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
WRITE
FOR
SAMPLES
GREGORY MAYER & ThOM Co,DETROIT, Mich

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220 Southl Mainl St.

rs of the Official Sigma Xi and Phi D? ta Kappa keys.
Gold, good weight, finely finished and made a little
n most of them. See the samples, and leave ypur or
or delivery after the initiation.
d & Co., Jewelers, 220 Maiu St.

a is' Pharmacy
324 SOUTH STATE STREET
CARR ICK THEATRE
DETROIT
THE LYMAN H. HOWE TRAVEL FESTIVAL.

Can Offer You Bette- Shoes for Less Money
REMEMBER WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD

Full line of wooden bath sandals
Tennis Shoes and Sippers

ABE LEVY, Prod,

app'osife Post CI"
20 5 N. Main Stree

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Bank
Vice-Presiden

'The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,000
Resourses $3,000,000
General Banking Business Transacted
Officers: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., W. D. Harr-
man, Vice-Pres. M. J. Fritz, Cashier

For Sale-New Clipless Paper Fast-
ener at $2.50, one, dollar under reg-
ular price. Call 678-L or drop card

to . L.1126 Washten*Av.

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Vm. Arnold,1
r, Cashier

RS: Leave Orders wUh us for Engrave
" Cards. Price of 100 Cards and Plate
oman, $2.00; Shaded R oman, $3.00; Gothis, $2.00;Shad-
5; Plain Old English, 2.00;Sh'aded Old English, $3.00;
cript, $2.00; Shaded Fr ench Script, $3.00.
plate with us and we will make 100 cards from plate
watch and jewelry re pairing.
Jw ry Co. 308 S. State St
ET AS IT SOUNDS
RVICE BETTER CANDY
IE SUGAR BOWL
it Confectionery. Ice cream soda de luxe. Candy of all

LOST
Lost-The person who took the lab,
note book for general chemistry
from the Chubb House is known,
and can return same to Chubb
House without getting into trouble.
* 177
Lost-Waterman fountain pen No. 5
between the general library and
University club. Call I. Yosuhara
1823-L. 177
Listen: The choicest of commence-
ment and wedding gifts and best pric-
es, at "The Palais Royal," 304 S. Main
St. Our new location. Please call.
177-180
Tango Assembly.
Every Wednesday night at Granger's
will be known as Tango Assembly. The
usual Saturday night assemblies will
continue also until the end of the
school year. 176-177

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ATTENTION TO EVERY ORDER NO MATTER HOW SMALL
ON MAIN STREET

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UNITED LINES The
Yor Time Table Farmers and Mechanics Bank
press Cars for Dei-- 101-103-105 South Main Street
.urly to 6:10 p. in., also 8:10 Capita $100,000. Surplus and Profits $67,000
Detroit-5:40 a. m., 6:06 a.

WACNER &CO.
State Street Tailors

FOR LADIES
AND
The cosiest dining room in town is
Mack's Tea Room
Dinners, lunches or refreshments.
Rest Room in connection.
Open from 8<a.ym. to 5p. m.; on
Saturdays till 9 p. m.
SECOND FLOOR
MA CK & Co.0

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