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March 30, 1915 - Image 2

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TnIM MICHIGAN DAILY

Lillies of the Field
are no finer arrayed than the men
for whom we are tailors. There's
grace, style,, taste, and class in
the garments we produce. Our
fabiics are exclusive, our tailoring
is distinctive We shall be glad to
show examples of our work to you
G. H. WILD COMPANY,
Leading Merchant Tailors. State St.

Tennis Players
not wait until the season is here to have your Racket

TiE 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.
station's: 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 Manager
John Leonard" Ray Leffl1er
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
Night Editors
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
Tom C. Reid Howard R. Marsh.)
Reporters
Edwin A. Hyman Eugene L. Bulson
. C. B. Parker Vera Burridge
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
H. A.'Fitzgerald Edward P. Wright
L. Greenebaum F. A. Klaun
WilliainF. Newton
Business Staff
Ferris'Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Kirk White C. T. Fishleigh
Delos Smith J. J. Herbert
Thatcher "Rea
TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1915.
Night Editor-E. Rodgers Sylvester.

. "Call Taxi" on the back of the tel-
ephone book, looks formidable to some
society night opera-ites.
It wasn't time to moth-ball that
mackinaw after all, you see.
Pity the fellow who sent his home
for young brother.
Red noses are the flowers of a recur-
ring winter-time.
Be sure you're wrong, then stop.

Both writers and readers of
column are firmly convinced that
T. earns all of his daily bread.

this
B.L.

Book Exhibit Still
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.

WAHR'S
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

When's y'r nex' mid-s'mester?

RE-STRUNG
three days 1 Our work is guaranteed.

Time limit

11 also be showing in a shorttime the Slotted Throat
Racket. The best on earth.
heehan's
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

Tickets for the women's luncheon
and the junior play will be on sale for
$1.00, at tables in the east corridor of
the general library today. Separate
tickets for either performance of the
play, at 8:00 o'clock Thursday evening,
or immediately following the banquet
on Saturday, are 25 cents.
The luncheon will be entirely in-
formal in character. Guests are asked
not to wear hats.

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ARTISTIC TAILORING

PURE WOOL PABRICS

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E C. FLANDERS
"TAILOR.
209 E. LIBERTY ST., ANN ARBOR, MICH.
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.
Q Let me show you what it means to get SMART STYLE
and C O R R E C. 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

ETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
nited and Express Car- for Detroit-7 0
. m. and hourly to 6-to p mn.. also R:ro
. m.
cal Cars for Detroit 5:40 a. m., 6:06 a. i.,
nd every two hours to 6:ot p. m.. 7:o6 p.
m., 8:o6 p m., 9:5 p. in., and 10:45 P. M.
ro Ypsilanti only- 7:4 a. in., 8:20 a. mn..
i:o6 a m., 5:06 p. m., r r:r5 p. m., u:iS
a m, 12:30 a m.., r:no a. M.
rited Cars for Jackson-7:48 a m.. and
every two hours to 7 :48 p. in.
al Cirs for JasIson-5 :12 a. i., 6:5o a. i.,
t't evr .n twi :hmmr, to 6: p n m als

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EASIER
A pri Fourtb
DON'T' DELAY
IN ORDERING
NEW CLOTHES
Let us show you our
handsome all-wool
fabrics for

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Lib e ral
helping , are our
aim, with quality
unimpaired.

$22.50

COUNCIL REFORMS.
The- main trouble with the student
council is that it must fight ridicule.
It might be as efficient as possible for
a long time, and yet its merits would
go unrewarded as long as the typical
student feels like snickering every time
the council is mentioned. There is
nothing so depressing and uncombat-
able as .the. subtle, consistent fault-
finding of a body of students. Every
institution on the campus is exposed
to the criticism of persons who prac-
tice a %kind of puppy cynicism, that
arises more from the desire to be con-
sidered discerning than from any reas-
oning founded upon experience. The
case of the council is in point. t
Nobody argues that the council is
perfect. The councilmen are as much
up in the air as anybody else as'to
what should be done. It is not an in-
stance of a group of men isolating
themselves from the rest of the world
and playing their own little game in
their own way. The council is open
to suggestions. It wants to do what
will be best all around. So far, the
solution for that rather general wish
remains "in the dark. Until the reme-
dy is suggested, and while the council
seems to be working sincerely'to make
itself- helpful, why not give it the ad-
vantage of being commented upon only
in an open-minded manner?
Referring to the Daily Orange at
Syracuse, you have your choice of say-
ing that it is always on the breakfast
table, or that it isn't entirely a yellow
sheet.

TUTTLE'S
ON STATE

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PHONE "13"

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Trials for the swimming honors, in-
dicated on the bulletin board of Bar-
bour gymnasium, will be given from
2:00 until 4:00 o'clock Friday after-
noon. Women wishing to try are ask-
ed to register with Miss Evans by
Thursday.
Tickets for the annual gymnasium
exhibition at 4:10 o'clock tomorrow,
may be obtained free of charge. from
the director's office in Barbour gymna-
sium.
University women wishing to do
wark as squad leaders in tennis or
walking this spring, should see Miss
Evans as soon as possible. Athletic
honors are given for this work, accord-
ing to schedule.
Mortar Board meets at 7:30 o'clock
this evening, at the Pi Beta Phi house.
Miss Helen -Bennett, director of the
Chicago branch of the Collegiate Bu-
reau of Occupations, though unable to
come to Ann Arbor before spring vaca-
tion, will speak to university women
shortly afterwards, according to word
recently received by Clara Roe, '15,
secretary of the vocational counselling
committee.
Prof. "MWenley Addresses Detroiters
Prof. R. M. Wenley, of the philoso-
phy d1epartment, gave an address on
"American - Universities Compared
with Their European Sisters," at a
meeting of the Michigan alumni of
Detroit, held Saturday night at the
Griswold house. Following Professor
Wenley's address, Prof. M. Levi, of the
French, department, was called upon
for a few remarks.
Craftsmen Outlining Spring Program
At a recent meeting of the Crafts-
men society, a program of activities
to follow the holidays was mapped out.
Three informal luncheons are booked
for April and May, with noted speak-
ers on each occasion. The final ban-
quet and election of officers will take
place some time in May. Arrange-
ments for a dance are also in the
hands of a social committee headed
by W. C. Mooney, '17E.

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HAR'S two places whar
yoL can always
ind sympathy - in
the dictionary an'in',
a pipe o' VELVET.
For there's solid solace in that aged-in-the-
wood mellowness which changes Kentucky's
Burley de Luxe into VELVET, The Smoothest
Smokig Tobacco. 10c tins and 5c metal-lined
bagse

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UP-TO-DATE STYLES

MODERATE PRICE

'THE POPULAR PLACE",
ICE CREA M

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The Finest

The Reliable Laundry
Is-responsible for your laundry linen.
Does not tear your linen, but mends 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. Prompt service.

Place in

Town

And here just a fewc
were looking around ont
4us flower beds to get<
the farthest-north robin.

days ago, we
the new cam-
a glimpse of

to Dine

Phone 794

215 S. Fourth Ave.

EGOTISTICAL BUT TRUE

Seems as if the student body ought
to be given at least a day to look over
the curiosities at the schoolmasters'
meeting.
It's not so much how much you
spend as where you spend it, Is the
tenor of spring letters from the home
farm.
Electing a "vice" president would
seem to be pretty business for such an
organization as the Y. M., C. A.

Mack's
Service a la Carte
Open 8:00 in the morning till >:00 in
the afternoon-Saturdays till 9:00
Orchestra Music on Saturdays
CSpecial Club Dinner$ and Banquets
by appointment
Second Floor-Annex Building

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PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
CITY LAUNDRY
THOS. ROWE, Prop.
Detroit St. Ph one 467-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.cOHEN, Resident Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue

It is impossible for any one in
to make highe grade Dress
mechanically or .artistically,
more perfect lines.

the world
Clothes
or with

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

Seneca and Scout Cameras
We have them from $2.00 up.
V ULC AN FILMS

Sam Burchfield & Co.
ii0o E. fluron Street
The Latest Styles in Hats
NEW-SNAPPY

MANN & WALKER

213 S. Main Street
Phone 876

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From Young's Bros., New York

KEEP THIS IN MIND.
Some ordinances that should be in
mind at all times.
Don't run your machine faster than
twelve miles an hour.
Don't ride your bicycle on the side-
walk.
Don't post or tack notices on tele-
phone or telegraph poles.
Don't play ball in the streets. 130-1
Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dnr.
e's Pharmacy, 700 Packard street. U
Saddle horses for rent. Phone 2028.
207 North Main. tf*
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf

Get the habit.
it.0 Saddle horses.
North Main.

The doctors order
Phone 2028. 207
tf

Clothing for young men and men that
never grow old. Made by
The House of Kuppenheimer.
on sale at
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE.
Main St. eod Tu

AT

y Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Ave.

Day rate for single passenger now
Washington St;
University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
and toilet articles. Phone 416. t!
Think of it, only 25c a passenger.
Phone taxi 2280.

Al

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