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March 31, 1915 - Image 2

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T1 MICHI-AN DAILY

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

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Te is Playr
Do not wait until the season is here to have your Racket
RE-STRUNG
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.
TDeeN'BOOKSOR
STUDENTS,. BOOKSTORE

TIDE MICH1IGiAN 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, $a2.o. want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis. cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o
H. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk...................News Editor
P F. McKinney......... ..Associate Editor
Chester H. Lang...........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
f ohn Leonard Ray Leffler
Rildolph 1-fofman Arthur H. Torrey
Night Editors
James ML Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
Tom C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Reporters
Edwin A. HymansEugene L. Bulson
J. C. B. Parker Vera Burridge
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
H. A. Fitzgerald Edward P. Wright
L4. Greenebaum F. A. Klann
WilliamF. 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
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1915.
Night Editor-James M. Barrett.

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Postmen's backs are bending under
the increased bulkiness of those spring
effusions from -home towns.
Perhaps she has already announced
that there will be seven nice dances
while you're back for Easter.
All the time naively over-looking
the fact that door-keepers will insist
on a fee of two bucks each.
Did you ever reach the climax sen-
tence in a rhetoric theme and have the
pen balk on you?
More than a few of the wise ones
are saving an even two dollars by at-
tending dress rehearsals.
Times have changed so that now a
man who eats onions may write delect-
able poetry, it seems.
The skilled man is the only one who
is willing to admit that he does not
know a lot.
June Union dance dates are now in
the process of formation.
The curfew shall not ring tonight;
it blows in Ann Arbor.
You might say that spring is resting
in the lap of winter.

iAR'S
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

Book Exhibit Still On
For a few days more we shallhold for your inspection
the new publications of the Macmillan Company.
The collection embraces Essays, Literature, Travel,
Art, Biography, Philosophy, 'otany, 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.

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March Winds and Chaps
If you would be free from the annoyance of March winds,
we can assist if you use

Dermal Cream
Almond Toilet Lotion
Shaving Lotion
or our Cold Cream

[ETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE.
.,imited and Express Cars for Detroit -7 .:o
a. in. and hourly to 6:io p. in., also 8:1o
p. in.
Local Cars for Detroit-5 :40 a. in., 6:o6 a.m.,,
and every two hours to 6:06 p. in., .7:06 -p.
in., 8:06 p. m., 9:is p. mn, and 10.45 p. n.
To Ypsilanti only: 7i:4 a. in., 8:2o a. mn.,
S1:06 a. in., 5:o6 p. in., 11:15 p. in., 12:15
a. in., 12.'3o a.. in., 1 :oo a. mn.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7 :48 a. m., and
every two hours to 7:48 p. in
Local Cars for Jackson-5:12 a. in., 6:50 a. in.,
and every two hours to 6:50 p. in., also
9:15 p. i., 11:15 p. m.
For Typewriting
Minmoograph ng
Typewrif rs
of best Quality
atBerate Rates
See
0. D. MORRILL
(over Baltimore Lunch)
322 S- State St. Phone 582-J
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EASTER
April Fourth
BON'T DELAY,
IN ORDERING
NEW CLOTHES
Let us show you our
handsome all-wool
fabrics for

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$22.50

Choice
Cut
I lowers

Chop off a few
minutes and eat some of
GEORGE'S Sey
WAI KING 1,00
314 S State St. Phone 1244-M
BEFORE THE DANCE
Let
D C. Burrett
514 E. Wiliam
Cut your Hair

PROGRESS IN BEAUTIFICATION.
It is encouraging to see work being
done in the way of .beautifying the
campus. The announcement that a
sum, however inadequate, is to be spent
in improving the looks of the univer-
sity grounds, is gratifying. A man
who has seen the campuses of two
dozen or more universities and colleg-
es insists that there is scarcely a col-
lege campus in the country which is
so barren and run-down in appearance
as that of the University of Michigan.
Constant rebuilding, lack of funds and
natural handicaps cannot explain it
entirely. The absence of a general in-
terest in making university property
agreeable to the eye, seems to be near-
er to the truth.
The buildings and grounds depart-
ment, assisted by faculty men qualified
by their expertness in this field, and
directed and supervised by the regents,
appears to be responsible. Frankly,
this department has not seemed to
take up the matter with sufficient en-
thusiasm. Elaborate plans have been
promulgated, to be carried out at some
indefinite time in the future, but the
present has been left pretty much to
itself. The lawns have ,been full of
weeds and ill-tended, and in many
spots there has been no .grass at all.
Unkempt benches, along with some
quantity of refuse, have been strewn
about the grounds in warm weather.
Possibly all this is over now, and those
in charge are adopting new policies. If
so, student opinion backs up the mo-ve-
ment heartily.
Pity the poor student who is being
saved up for spring vacation in order
to undergo an operation over at the
hospital.
And then turn your attention to that
girl back home, who may be wearing
"Castle Clips" for the benefit of an-
other.
Literary persons are looking to the
p.resent war to bring forth something
to rival "The Iliad" in academic tor-
tures.
Scribes and others are not rejoicing
over the enforced removal of the ath-
letic office to distant Ferry field.

That fragile person may be a pony
exercising without 'em.
There is lurking danger in 'phone
calls.,
So, beware of possible imitations.

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"All that Glitters"~

With spring sprung again.

Marion Stowe, '16, and Margaret
Reynolds, '17, have been nominated by
the committee recently appointed for
that work, as candidates for the pres-
idency of the university Y. W. C. A.
Jessie Spence, '16, and Geta Tucker,
'17,are the nominees for vice-president,
Florence Snyder,'16, and Grace Fletch-
er, '16, for secretary, and Aris Van
Deusen, '16, and Frieda Siegworth, '16,
for treasurer.
These officers will be elected Tues-
day, April 6, at a general election in
Newberry hall, at which all active
members are eligible to vote.
* * *
Omega Phi will hold a regular bus-
iness meeting at 4:15 o'clock this af-
ternoon at the AlphaChi Omega house.
* * *
Signing for spring sports as requir-
ed work must be done by tomorrow.
Victory for the senior over the soph-
omore team by a score of 12 to 8 was
the result of yesterday's basketball
game, which was the hardest game
they have played. This decided the
class championship for the seniors,
who have not lost a game this season.
Gertrude Doyle, center guard, Elsa
Drittler, forward, Ada Inglis and Mary
Lewis, guards, all did exceptionally
fast work.
Don't forgit the Tea Dansant at the
Allenel Hotel, Friday afternoon from
4:00 to 5:30 P. M. Miss Chamberlin in
attendance. Fischer's Orchestra.
132-33-37-38-3
Day rate for single passenger uow
Washington St.

Music

On sale at eight P. M., March 31

AT

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MRS. M. M. ROOT

The Druggists on the Corner.

Corner Maynard

and William Streets

Quarry Drug Co.

State and North University

Buy Now
--1915-
Made in America Merchandise
Our Stock Always Shows You
Something New
SHROEN BROS.,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you fair
124 S. MAIN
PHONE ioo

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Cousins & Hall
Cor. 12th and S. Univ. Phone 115

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2 for 25 Cenb.,

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PHONE "13"
FOR

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"THE POPULAR PLACE"
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Tailors to Men
Our Special $30.00 Suits
Have
Q UALITY THAT
UALIFYS
UICKLY

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Our Stock of Spring Footwear

Hery &4Co,

711 N. University Ave.

For Ladies and Gents
is now complete

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University Ave.
and toilet articles.

Pharmacy
Phone 416.

Drugs
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Let us show you
the newest

FRESHMEN!! CUT DOWN
YOUR MATCHES EXPENSE

Wahr's Shoe Stores
Main St. State St.

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You who have to supply a
houseful of inveterate smokers
with matches each week will
be vitally interested in the
ELECTRIC CIGAR LIGHTER
It isn't expensive and it will
save you a lot of anxiety about
the match supply.

Single Passenger Taxi
Rates Reduced
From 50c to 25c from 6 A. M. to 11 P. M.

Sold by the

Ann Arbor Taxi Co.

2280

515 E. Liberty

Eastern Michigan Edison Co.
COR. MAIN and WILLIAM STS.

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