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HIGAAN DAILY

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EASTER
will soon be here and you should
leave your order today and join the
army of Wild's satisfied customers.
Your garment may be selected from
the largest and best assortment of
wo & ns in the city and an order
placed with us will be cut, made
and fitted in our own shops by
skilled work ren.
Student tailors for twenty seven years.
G. H. WILD COMPANY
Leading Merchant Tailors State Street

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 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk... .........News Editor
F. F. McKinney...........Associate Editor
Chester H. Lang..........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping..........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manageir
Jfohni Leonard Ray Leff ler
Rudolph flofman Arthur H. Torrey

Tennis Players.
not wait until the season is here to have your Racket
RE-STRUNG
Time limit three days Our work is guaranteed.
will also be showing in.a short time the Slotted Throat
Racket. The best on earth..

next October is a man's work at this
time of year.
Your friend who's always broke will
come around just about when the next
check does.
Best way to understand amateur rul-
es is to avoid reading them with scrup-
ulous care.
One contrib insists on. calling the
whole engineering college the cave of
the winds.
Frequent reciters should sit on back
benches; waving hands obstruct the
view.
Getting heated about summer base-
ball is one way to prevent chills.
Spring vacation plans are mostly
preceded with the usual "ifs."j
Has she told you yet about which
night she would prefer to go?
Shrewd ones are getting out those
high boots.
Being our only reference to the
weather today.
Except for the inevitable remark.

Book Exhibit Still On
For a few days more we shall hold for your inspection
the new publications of the Macmillan Company.
The collection embraces Essays,' Literature, Travel,
Art, Biography, Philosophy, Botany, Landscape Gar-
dening, etc., etc. A rare opportunity for seeing books
not usually carried in stock.
You are invited to call and look them over.
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

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

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

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STUDENTS' BOOKST

i's

Reporters'
Edwin A. Hyman r Eugene L.BuBson
j. C. B. Parker Lee E. Joslyn
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
H. A. Fitzgeral 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
TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1915.
Night Editor-Conrad N. Church.

. . EFLANDERS
.UT fAILOR....
209 E. LIBERTY ST., ANN ARBOR, MICH.

ARTISTIC TAILORING

PURE WOOL FABRICS

NITED LINES'
TIME TABLE.
Cars for Detroit-7 :zo
o 6:xo p. m., also 8:1o
'-5:40 a. m.,, 6:o6 a. in.,
s to 6:6 p. m., 7:o6 p.
5 p. m., and 10:45 p. m.
7: a. Mn., 8:2o a. in.,
. m , 11r:15 p.m , 1 :1
1:oo a. m.
ckson-7:48 a. m., and

Viz, farewell,. lovely spring.

VERY thinking man realizes the importance of
presenting a good appearance. Well tailored
clothes give you that mark of distinction, they
cost no more than the ordinary kind.
e 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.
e I have the latest dorrect 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.

EASTE)
Apr i Fou
DON'T DELAY
IN ORDERING
NEW CLOTHES

6:50 a. M.,
p. m., also

Let us show you ot
handsome all-woe
fabrics for

are

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$22.50

SOCIETY ELECTIONS.
Every spring and fall, when the hon-
orary society lists come out, there are
exclamations. "How did he make it?"
is off-set against, "Why didn't this oth-
R er fellow mlake it?" To some extent,
Lth 4 these expressions of outside wonder-
r-h ment are-not to be taken as a fair crit-
icism. But they are not based alto-
gethepon ignorance of conditions. The
public has good reason sometimes to
wonder how a man who has done
little but curry favor among his more
active class-mates, makes an honor-
ar ary society, while some out-spoken
of and exceptional candidate is dropped
by the wayside. There is a good case
in point in one of the junior societies
right at this moment.
The matter is remediable, but not by
the obvious formula. Practically every
society, such as Sphinx, Griflins, Mich-
igamua and the like, has an efficient
system of elections. The fault is not
there. It is rather in the electors.
Trace itdown to that attitude of mind
which demands conformity and an ab-
sence of frankness between man and
man, and you have the solution. If
the members of honorary societies
were, in all cases, broad-minded men,
not under the influence of prejudice
or conventionality, the elections would
not be open to the objection urged
above. A healthy change in the hab-
it of thought used in viewing one's as-
sociates is all the reform that is need-
ed.

Helen Malcomson, '15, acted as toast-
mistress at the second annual banquet
of the symphonic league, composed of
the women in the school of music,
which was held in Frieze Memorial
hall last evening. More than 100 mem-
hers attended. Prof. A. A. Stanley and
Miss Nora Hunt, of the school of music
faculty, and Dorothy Wines and Han-
nah Coehrane, were the other speak-
ers.
Mrs. Shirley B Smith, '97, president
of the Women's League of that year,
will preside at the informal program
which will follow the annual women's
luncheon on Saturday, April 3.
Tickets for the banquet will be
placed on sale in the corridors of the
general library this week by the com-
mittee, in addition to the other places
previously announced.
* * *
Suggestions on the subject of the
revision of the constitution of the
Women's League, on which a commit-
tee headed by Judith Ginsburg, '15; is
at present at work, should be made to
Miss Ginsburg immediately. They will
not be in order at the general meeting
of league members which is to be call-
ed later to vote upon the revisions.
* '
Lists of the spring sports are now
poste.d on the bulletin board of Bar-
bour gymnasium. Signing for requir-
ed work must be done before Thurs-
day, April 1.
Women not taking required work
may sign for baseball as an elective
at any time before spring vacation.
* *
Freshman-senior basketball game,
postponed from last week, will be play-

W HAT we'd call "determina-
tion in ourselves,
we of'en mistake for
" bull-headedness" in the : J
other fellow. But we
don't ever mistake real
D true geniality in a man ~f
or a tobacco.
A man who knows pipe tobacco, won't fail to "catch "
the aged - in - the - wood mellowness of VELVET, The
Smoothest Smooking Tobacco, the very first time. 10c tins
and 5c metal-lined bags.
rfe tI/sIc56arcO e~ U

UP-TO-DATE STYLES

MODERATE PRICES

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COME IN AND LET ME .SHOW YOU THE VALUES I OFFER

EAK FAST

AT TRE

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BEE

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ble Laundry
idry linen.
mends it.
ttons, but does it.
r trial to show that it is Reliable.

Among other things, it is to be no-
ticed that Harvard is not on that foot-
ball schedule just made public.
The rifle squad having closed its in-
door season, wise ones will prepare to
dodge shrapnel and things.
Punsters want to know whether, if
the five-mile bill carries, barbers can
be kept from having good edges.
Who'll tip off that advertiser that we
laugh more at the teller of Ford sto-
ries than at the stories?

The Finest

Place in Town

to Dine

Y wants yo
serve you.

servlee.

216 S. Foul

rth Ave..

ed at 4:50 o'clock
gymnasium.

today in Barbour

* * *

Mack's
Service a la Carte
Open 8:00 in the morning till 5:00 in
the afternoon-Saturdays till 9:00
Orchestra Music on Saturdays
gSpecial Club Dinners and Banquets.
by appointment

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PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
CIH'Y LAUNDRY
JTH OS. ROWE, Prop.
Detroit St. Phone 457-M
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 TYPEWRITER CO. INc.
A. H.COHVN, Resident salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue

ITICAL BUT TRUE'

Some of us walk five blocks, not to
save five dollars, as another advertiser
offers, but five cents.
Figuring out advanced courses for

Stylus meets at
evening with Miss
Oakland avenue.

7:30 o'clock this
Mary Yost, 1004

All university women are invited to
the open house of the Alpha Phi's from

sible for any one in the world
gher grade Dress Clothes
lly or artistically, or with
more perfect lines.

Second Floor-Annex Building

We will have a large consignment of Spring
woolens in by the 25th, and iMX gladly lay your
selection aside until you wish it made up.

Burchfield & Co.
1106 E. Huron Street
itcst Stylcs 11111ats
NEW-SNAPPY

3:30 until 6:00 o'clock Wednesday af-
ternoon.
$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
Biy your Conklin Pen at Tan Or-
es Pharmacy, 708 Packard street. 1d
Fair Treatment and Good Service
are what makes a satisfied customer.
Both are yours by calling 15. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
and toilet articles. Phone 416. tf

TRANSIT MARKET
Wm. LI.NDEMAN
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salt Meats
Pork, Ham Poultry, etc.
Bell Phone 2294 212 N. 4th Ave
Think of it, only 25c a passenger.
Phone taxi 2280.
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf

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From Young's Bros., New York

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Taxi 15
Prompt Day and Night service.

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Toggery Shop

Day rate for single passenger
25c. Phone taxi 2280.
Six rides for a dollar !!
Taxi-Cab Livery
348 C. H. Brock 348

now 1522

Holmes Taxi Co.
"We'll be there"

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