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March 20, 1915 - Image 2

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TtIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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From the First Measuring to
the Finished Suit
every detail of our tailoring will
be found pleasant and satisfactory.
Wide choice of exclusive fabrics
will be yours---perfect fit and mo-
dish style guaranteed. The world
of well dressed men are regular
visitors here. Why not become
one of the members?

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ.. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk...................News Editor
F. F. McKinney...........Associate Editor
Chester II. Lang ..........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping.........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Ilofmnan Arthur H. Torrey

Next to communications, feature ar-
ticles are the best antidote for large
white spaces.
Presumably the box occupants will
wear some of that which glitters, next
week-end.
More meets are staged in the library
every day than Waterman gym ever
dreamed of.
Surely your seat-mate has mention-
ed that this would make good football
weather?

Gymnasium Goods
Most complete stock in Washtenaw.
If you are a
Track Candidate
You will always find the right thing, and every article
guaranteed at

G. H. WILD COMPANY,
Leading Merchant Tailors. State St.
Tennis Players
Do not wait until the season is here to have yout Racket
RE-STRUNG

Regular freshmen will
caps without compulsion.
Anyway, swatting the fly
ed popularity in Detroit.

wear fresh
has regain-

WAHRS
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

Night
James M. Barrett, Jr.
E. C. Roth
Howard R. Marsh

Editors
E. Rodgers Sylvester
Joseph J. Brotherton
Tom C. Reid

Time limit three days

Our work is guaranteed.

We will also be showing in a short time the-Slotted Throat
Racket. The best on earth.
Sheeh s
STUDENTS, BOOKSTORE

ETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
mited and Express Cars for Detroit-7:1o
. m. and hourly to 6:xo p. m., also 8:zo
p. nm..-
cal Cars for Detroit-5:40 a. m., 6:06 a. m.,
md every two hours to 6:d6 p. M., 7:06 p.
n., 8:06 p. m., y:r p. i., and 1o:45 p. 4n.
To Ypsilanti only : 7 4a.,in., 8:20 a. in.,
I1:06 a. m., 5:o6 p. m., 11:15 p. im.,..2:3
a. Mi., 12:30 a. mn., 1:oo a.'in.
mited Cars for Jackson-7:48 a. M., and
very two hours to 7:48 p. M.
Kcal Carsfor Jackson-5 : 5 a. m., 6 ,:oa. m.,
nd every two hours to 6:50"p.in.,also
9 15 p. i., 11:15 p.' m.

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EASTER
April Fourth
DON'T DELAY
IN ORDERING
NEW CLOTHES
Let us show you our
handsome all-wool
fabrics for

Libe ral
helpings, are our
aim, with quality
unimpaired.

Reporters
Edwin A. Hyman Eugene L. Bulson
J. C. B. Parker Lee E. Joslyn
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
H. A, Fitzggrald Edward P. Wright
Vera Burridge - F. A. Klann
WilliamF. Newton L. Greenebaum
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Kirk White C. T. Fishleigh
Thatcher Rea
SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1915.
Night Editor-Verne E. Burnett
EXPEDIENCY VS. HONESTY.
Before a man can play Varsity base-
ball, he must sign a statement saying
that he has never participated in so-
called summer ball. The fact is that
almost every man on the squad has
done so. The men themselves admit
it, except when they are talking to
members of the eligibility committee.
It is a simple case of enforced perjury,
witl\ the board in control of athletics,
made up of alumni, professors and stu-
dents, standing sponsor. Nor is this
board doing so unwittingly. Every
man on the board, it seems certain,
cannot help but have heard rumors
of wholesale professionalism in the
ranks of Michigan baseball candidates.
A sweeping investigation would reveal
conditions that would prove more than
most persons like to admit.
It is a rotten state of affairs. It all
exists because Michigan is afraid to
buck the rest of the world, and to
stand up for something that sounds a
bit startling, even though that is the
only honorable course. At present, ex-
pediency is placed ahead of honesty.
The authorities fear that any decla-
ration of an intention to allow sum-
mer baseball would result in Michi-
gan's ostracization at the hands of
her eastern comp~etitors. This might
be so-for a long enough time to per-
mit of an examination of the equally
censurable conditions in the east. The
clean-up ,is bound to come. College
baseball cannot stand masked forever.
The board in control meets this after-
noon. It remains to be seen whether
it will continue its dilatory and evas-
ive tactics.
Those little barometers in the down-
town window are spinning like merry-
go-rounds in these troublous times.

The wearing of the green continues
in high favor all week.
Merchants advocate a course in ad-
vanced Sherlockology.
Snow flurries are the best dusters
for library chairs.
Witty thoughts usually come 20 min-
utes too late.
With indoor baseball on the back-
lots.

Soon we'll have some tennis.

$22.50

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E. C. FLANDERS
...TAILOR...
209 E. LIBERTY ST., ANN ARBOR, MICH.
EVERY thinking man realizes the importance of
presenting a good appearance. Well tailored
clothe┬ž give you that mark of distinction, they
cost no more than the ordinary kind.
d Let me show you what it means to get SMART STYLE
and C 0 R R E C T F I T cut and moulded to your figure,
with shapely lines.
Q I have the latest correct fashions, the choice all wool
fabrics in all the new colorings and very reasonable prices
to quote you now.
Q Another thing; if you order before I am too busy, I can
give every little detail the attention required, it's never wise
to rush, for it takes time to do good work.
COME IN AND LET ME SHOW YOU THE VALUES I OFFER

ARTISTIC TAILORING

TUTTLE'S
ON STATE.

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And then swimming.
Mrs.W.J.Hussey, the first president of
the Women's League, in 1890-91, is ill
and will be unable to presie at the in-
formal twenty-fifth anniversary pro-
gram which will be presented during
the course of the annual Michigan
women's luncheon on April 3. In her
absence one of the other past presi-
dents will preside, invitations having
been sent to all 25.
The menu has been decided upon,
and the last details for the serving
and decorations are being worked out
by the committees, of which Vilora
Quinilan, '18, and Hazel Giddings, '17,
are the respective chairmen.
Lists of spring sports will be posted
on the bulletin board of Barbour gym-
nasium Tuesday, March 23. All uni-
versity women who intend to take re-
quired work in them must sign up be-
fore April.
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Last week's postponed freshman-
senior basketball game will be played
at 4:50 o'clock March 23, in Barbour
gymnasium. All university women are
invited.
Opera orchestra, cast and chorus
rehearsal, 1:00 o'clock this afternoon,
Michigan Union.
Ferris Institute club meets in Web-
ster hall, law building, 7:30 o'clock
tonight.

T1HE man who expec's to go
far an fast, don't
want to carry any bag-
gage he don't have to,
O1 but a pipe o' VELVET'S
worth its weight in gold, ' .
O as a smoother o' rough
roads.
10 cents isn't much to pay for a tin full of the fragrance,
the aged -in -the -wood mellowness, the slow-burning,
rich satisfaction of VELVET. This Smoothest Smoking'
Tobacco comes also in 5c metal-lined bags.

PURE WOOL FABRICS

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UP-TO-DATE STYLES

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MODERATE PRICES

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The Reliable Laundry
Is responsible for your laundry linen.
Does not tear your linen, but eends it.
Does not promise to sew on buttons, but does it.
The RELIABLE LAUNDRY wants your trial to-show that it is Reliable.
We are anxious to serve you. Prom pt service.

The Finest

Place in Town

to Dine

PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
CITY LAUNDRY
TIIOS. ROWE, Prop.
Detroit St. Phone 457-M

Phone 794

4216 S. Fourth Ave.

EGOTISTICAL BUT TRUE

Pity the man who expects to sit in
the tenth row society night and who
has slip numbered 1,200.
It seems that the line about the
beautiful snow might have been pen-
ned any time before April.
Walk by the school of music; then
congratulate us on getting out any
kind of a newspaper.

Mack's
le~aom

Fair Treatment and Good Service
are what makes a satisfied customer.
Both are yours by calling 15. tf
Call 950 New Auto Lunch, 517 E.
William for night lunches. Quick Ser-
vice.

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Service a la Carte

It is impossible for any one in the world
to make highe grade Dress Clothes
mechanically or artistically, or with
more perfect lines.
We will have a large consignment of Spring
woolens in by the 25th, and v"IM gladly lay your
selection aside until you wish it made up.

10e rents a kodak today.

Lyndon.

Sam Burchfeld & Co.
1106 E Huron Street

Open 8:00 in the morning till 5:00 in
the afternoon-Saturdays till 9:00
Orchestra Music on Saturdays
ESpecial Club Dinners and Banquets
by appointment
Second Floor-Annex Building
WANTED-FORD STORIES
New or second hand. Do you know
some good stories about the Ford? Jot
them down, and send them to us. Fif-
teen dollars for the best story submit-
ted. Ten dollars for the second best.
$1.00 each for the next ten best stor-
ies. Copy of handsome Ford . Story
Book to every one -who submits an ac-
ceptable story. Write at once to Ford
Stories Publishing Co., Hamilton, Ohio.
122-3
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
30 AGENTS WANTED.
Several Michigan students cleared
$400 each last summer vacation. Ift
you need money to return to Michigan
next October write us and we will
send our representative to call on you.
Give references. Silver-Chamberlain
Co. Clayton, New Jersey, Box 58.
!!?Six rides for a dollar !!?
Taxi-Cab Livery
348 C. H. Brock 348

$400 REWARD.
The above amount will be paid to
men and women students in return for
three months pleasant summer work
in their home town.
For full particulars apply in person
to Henry Stofflett, newsdealer, 110 E.
Washington St. eod Tu
Day rate for single passenger now
25c. Phone taxi 2280.

TYPEWRITER
BARGAIN S
We have a few Trial Machines
which we offer at greatly reduced
prices on the easiest of terms. Will
be glad to have you try them.
We rent typewriters, too.
ROYAl.4 TYPEWRIThR CO. INc.
A. H.coHEN, Resident Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue

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NEW-SNAPPY

522

Holmes Taxi Co.
"We'll be there"

522

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From Young's Bros., New York

Think of it, only 25ca passenger.
Phone taxi 2280.
Buy your Conklin Pen al Taa Der,.
Wn's Pharmacy, 7 Packard stre. U
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy. Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco.tf
There may be as good but nothing
better than eats served at the New
Auto.

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arsify Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Ave.

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