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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CQ3IMUNICATIQN. materially enhanced. Again it was Even this eliminated, neither "co-ed"
offered, and was this time accepted. nor "stude" canquench the thirst with
Since last fall, the fountain has oc- satisfaction, for water now rises above
"Our Campus Cemetery." cupied a prominent space in the the spout in a trickling stream, barely
t one year ago, the drinking shadow of the university flag pole, and sufficient in pressure or volume to
is now a major unit in "our campus wet one's palate.
tin of the class of 1911 was offer- cemetery." The campus appreciates the thought-
the university as a memorial. Water recently started owing from fulness of the class of 1911. But its
oard of regents at that time re- its spouts. But, in this capacity, it memorial is a failure from both the
to accept tl e gift. serves no purpose. For "co-eds" can- artistic and utilitarian standpoint. It
er having been refused, the foun- not comfortably drink, because the has failed on- two major counts, and
was remodeled by the stone- spouts were not designed to permit should be relegated to the scrap heap
rs, and its architectural "beauty" one wearing a hat to imbibe with ease. without further delay. "D. R. Y."

UNION BREAKS Al

OF COLLEGE

sible for the show to be presented i
L the Windy City, where it made a dis
tinct hit.
With the object in view of obtainin
U11 D IRA ANIZlATlfthe new $1,000,000 clubhouse the off
cials have spent considerable time i
laying plans for raising the mone;
Such a clubhouse, endowed as th
plan provides, would offer advantage

HO IS A.

MITCHELL

PALMER?

He is a Congressman from Pennsylvania-the
leader in Congress---the author of

Adminstration

floor

The "Pure Fabric" Bill

low up for enactment which provides for a penalty
he offense of misbranding and offering for sale that
'Pure All Wool" and IS NOT:

of $200 to $300 for
which purports to be

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NOW THEN!

The question naturally arises: What will become of such concerns who
are now offering "Pure All-Wool" Tailsred-to-order clothes for such
a ridiculous price that performance of Their promises is at once seen
to be impossible?

MEMBERSHIP IS LARGEST IN 19124913 OF
ANY STUDENT CLUB; SCOPE OF
WORK ON CAMPUS IS
INCREASED
With a membership of 2,400 or near- In previous years it was always staged
ly double the number of last year, the before Christmas vacation but this
Michigan Union stands out as the year was not presented until the last
largest student organization of its of March. The extra preparation
kind in the country. In addition to which was thus secured was evident
holding this position of pre-eminence in the presentation, and indicates the
among other college organizations it wisdom of the change. Financially,
has likewise made itself felt as the the opera was a success as usual.This
largest and most powerful of under- year, for the first time, the opera was
graduate institutions, as the influence produced outside of Ann Arbor. Chi-
that has done most to unify the stu- cago alumni combined to make it pos-
dent body into a great group of Michi-
gan men.
The new addition, the Michigan but Y O U R
tons, the weekly membership dances,
the dinners and smokers have all con-
tributed to obtain the support re- you will know
ceived this year. This year, for the
first time, the Union was able to pro- B
vide adequate accommodation for the
dances, dinners, smokers and meet- you will never know what
ings. The membership dances were ably you can buy without
nearly always attended by capacity
crowds, and the dinners by much larg-
er crowds than in previous years.
The button of course proved very
popular.Co e
The annual football smoker, held in Get our prices on LIG
the combined .gymnasiums after theprcso IG
close of the season, was attended by COLLARS, SILK G]
the largest crowd ever present at one HOSIERY, etc,, etc.
of these events. The Hon. Chase S.
Osborn was the principal speaker of
the evening. The usual amount of HP
"pep" was present and the "we want
to go back to the conference" move- 614 East L
ment was given a big boost. ,'The Store where a
The rooming and employment bur-
eau has been open all during the year
and much valuable information in re-
gard to rooms and work has been
given out, to the several hundred We can use a few goodm
members who have applied. Canvas-
ses of the entire city have been made
several times during the year and
informnation on hand is kept up to date.CMB R
CHAMBERI
Among the biggest events of
the year was the launching of thef
Michigan Canoe club movement. The
organization is now complete, officers
have been chosen and a committee is The work is on percen
now working to secure a large mem-
bership. Its activities were initiated is required. A goo
by a successful water carnival last by hustlers after
Saturday in the new lake above the
Edison Company's dam. enough about
"Contrarie Mary," without excep-
tion, carriel off the palm as the most
successful Union opera ever produced. REFERENCE requir

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EAD THIS

Year
To 1907
07-08
08-09
09-10
10-11
11-12
12-13

from year to year:

that the students could not afford t
miss. A number of life membershi;
have been taken out during the yea
and a campaign is now going on amon
the seniors for such memberships. It
expected a large number will take ad
vantage of the opportunity offered.
The membership roll from 1907 I
1912 is shown below, with the increas

about our store

UT

you can buy and how reason-
going way downtown unless

Annual Life
21
442 40
936 54
767 56
1336 81
1270 88
2420 91

Partic

and See

84
216

Here's The Answer:

They will have to raise thei prices to cover the legimate cost of the real
article, or if they continue to sell adulterated Woolens, they will have to
brand their Clothes as such INSTEAD OF "PURE WOOL".

MEANWHILE:

1'lI continiue as in the past,

HT DRYGOODS, FANCY
LOVES, ZION LACES,
We can save you money.
NEY & C O.
iberty Street
,Dollar Does ItsDuty."
en in Michiganthis year to sell
LIN all-metal
orWINDOWS and DOORS
tage basis and no. capital
d income can be made
r they have learned
t the business to
red from all applicants.
on application. :: ::

to sell pre "All- Wool"

clothes tailored-to-

order by ED.V. PIlCE Q CO., Chicago.
THINK IT OVER BEFORE BUYING,

Fred

WE

Gr o ss
Exclusive Local Dealer.

123 East

Liberty Street

Further particulars

CHAMBERLIN METAL WEATHER STRIP COMPANY,

To

'Se f-Supporting

Students

109 Third Street.

Dletroit, Mich.

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Inve stigate

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HOW LON

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THE

PHOTO

MACHINE

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A DIME

mm

A MINUTE

O-

A PICTURE
Making Opportunity

doss it require to complete a course in Shorthand and Tpye-
writing at the
School of Shorthand?
That depends on how well you are able to apply yourself
to the work.

isull

Ywib

For Stuadent Wakers

Money

Mr. Allan J. Boesel

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at Summer Resorts or 'n the home town
during vacation
or at College during Term Time.
Price of Machine with 2500 plates,
$250.00. EASY PAYMENTS.
PHOTO-MACHINE CO.,
Incorporated.
30 East 23rd. Street, :: New York.

In Just 48 Days

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found it necessary to leave college at the end of last semester
and go to work. He soon discovered that as a private secre-
tary he could do extremely well and he at once enrolled for
our course and applied himself diligently to the work.

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he had completed the course and left to take a good position-
No student can afford to miss the opportunities which a good
working knowledge of shorthand would give him when it
may be so easily acquired. Better call at our office and
arrange to take the course in Shorthand and Typewriting.
We can make you the right sort of terms on payment of
tition.H
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND

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711 North University Avenue.

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