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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MOPMOMM,

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o scatter their forces C or r e s p onde ie
rget anywhere-they I THEMWES, promptly
their Grip. Supreme ant neatly TYPE-
me direction has given I WRITTEN.
eGrip on the Fussiest Dressers
00. D. Morrill,
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Liberty Street Bell 682-J
(Copyrighted)
Call Toxi -155

On Call Day or Night.
Auto and Baggage Livery.

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Lntered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
EX-ITORS:
Frank Fennell.
Joseph Fouchard.
Karl Matthews.
John Townley.
ASSISTANT EX-ITORS:
Emerson Smith.
Morton Hunter.
DETIL :
James D'Evlin
ASSISTANT DEVILS:
Maurice Toulme.
Adna Johnson.
SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1913.
Night Editor-F. M. Church
With this issue The Michigan Daily
suspends publication for the year 1912-
13.
CURTAIN-
We'll try to hold this swan-song to
one .verse for, in terms of the street,
"we've lost most of our pep," if we
may be that egotistical to lay claim to
ever having had any.
Having waded through 180 issues of
the little bundle of paper which you
find on your front porch every morn-
ing, or your front lawn; having re-
ceived your congratulations or more
often your condolences on our ability
as newspaper men; and having come
to the realization that if there is one
business in the world which every lay-
man feels he can run better than the
men who are running it, it is this bus-
iness of news or prevarication gather-
ing, we are more than glad to give up
the keys to better men and go our
way in peace.
In conclusion, we wish to thank the
campus for the support which it has
given The Michigan Daily in efforts at
success and for its willingness to over-
look our shortcomings. We may truth-
fully say that any prevalence of the
latter has not been due to a lack of
application and energy on our part.
Thanking you, one and all, we
YOUR DUTY AND PRIVILEGE.
Communications have been coming
into our offices urging seniors and
others who are leaving the university
this semester for good to affiliate
themselves as soon as possible with
the Michigan alumni associations of
the cities in which they will locate.
We trust that the suggestion will
strike home with the out-going mem-
bers of the student body. Certainly
such affiliations must be viewed as du-
ties as well as privileges. Rapid strid-
es have been made in late years to-
ward the organization of Michigan's
alumni and' the result is already being
felt. There is no reason why this uni-
versity cannot maintain the same close
cooperation out in the world which
is so characteristic of the big eastern
universities. It tends to help the in-
dividual as well as the groups of in-
dividuals who have owned allegiance
to Michigan at some time in their lives.
Beyond offering a means of keeping in
touch with the progress of the univer-
sity, significant in itself, it provides
friends, associations and opportunities
for advancement.
Remember then, that Michigan's
alumni associations are expecting

your active interest and support from
the moment you leave.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
All students having clothing or oth-
er belongings in lockers at Waterman
gymnasium are requested to take them
away before June 25. The lockers
will be thoroughly renovated at that
time in preparation for next year, and
no dirty clothes will be saved if found.
The board of directors of the Cos-
mopolitan club met Thursday night in
McMillan hall to discuss their plans
for next year. Prof. J. A. C. Hildner
was appointed chairman of a commit-
tee to correspond with prospective for-
eign students and to take care of them
when they arrive.
Monks, campus society, have pur-
chased a house on North Thayer street,
opposite the Theta Delta Chi house,
where they will take up their resi-
dence next year.
The last meeting of the attendance
committee of the literary department
will be held for the men on Monday,
June 9, and for the women on Friday,
June 13. All unexplained absences
should be accounted for at that time.
Examinations in bottany 6, 18, 22,
and 24, will be given in the forestry
laboratory, room 122, first floor of new
engineering building, opposite naval
tank.
All women interested in the junior
play for next year should meet Prof.
Kenyon in Barbour gym Tueday at
1:00 o'clock, when he will deliver a
short talk, outlining the nature of the
work, and it is essential that anyone
concerned should attend, as all manu-
scripts for the play must be presented
early next fall.
V. Bonilla, president of the Cosmo-
politan club, will journey to Northfield,
Mass., on June 19, to represent Mich-
igan at the annual convention of Lat-
in-American clubs. He will also visit
the universities of Pennsylvania, Cor-
nell, and Baltimore.
V. Bonilla, George Burk and William
Welch have been selected to represent
Cosmopolitan club at the eighth inter-
national congress of students, at Cor-
nell next August.
A fire, starting by sparks from the
chimney, caused considerable commo-
tion at the Psi Upsilon house about
7:30 o'clock yesterday morning. When
the alarm first sounded the fire was
thought to be serious, and the sleepy-
eyed made haste to decamp without
ceremony, thought, or clothes; but the
Ann Arbor fire department quickly put
an end to any such delusions.
S)IiER SESSION BOTANY
SECTIONS ARE CARED FOR.
Owing to the destruction of the
south wing of University hall, in which
botany classes during the summer ses-
sion were to be held, the following
plan has been devised to -care for those
sections, with the same laboratory
work and equipment as in preceding
summer sessions:
Botany 1 and 56 will meet in room
122, new engineering building, first
floor.
Botany 18, 20 and 55 in room 300,
chemical building, pharmacy museum
room.
Botany 26, 42 and 44 in forestry lab,
basement of economics building.
Offices of instructors: Prof. Pollock,
forestry laboratory, basement econom-
ics building; Prof. Kauffman, room
300, chemical building; Prof. Hus,room
122, engineering building.

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Aim Arbor Time Table
Limited and Express Cars for Detroit-
7:10 a. m. and hourly to 6:10p. m., also 8:10
p. m.
Local Cars for Detroit--6;40 a. mn., 8:G8 a.
ni., and everytwo hours to 4;06 p. m..6
p. tn., 8:06 p. m., 9:10 p. m., and 10:45 p i
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p. m., 12:15 p. m.
12:30 p. m.,l1:00 u.i,
Limited Cars for Jackson-7: a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. n.
Local Cars for Jackson--5:12 a. in., 6:51 a.
in., and every two lurs to 6.51 p. in.,:also;
9:20p. M., 11:15 p. M.

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106 East Huron Street
PACKARD ACADEMY
Leading Place For ,Private Parties
Beginners' Dancing Cassevery Fiday evening, 7 to 8 o'clock.
Advanced Class every Monday evenin,, 7 to 8 o'clock.
Private Lessons by appointment.
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Thirty-five miles. Trime, one day.
Total cost.including rent Q)i.
of canoe, dray and freight 0
U. of M. Boat House
North Main St. By the Bridge

MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1913
to
M oN D AY, JUNE 16, 1913

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