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TnE MICHIGAN DAILY

'hen You Iook in the Mirror

are you satisfied? Do your clothes
fit? Have they that "easy" hang?
And look like full value received?
If they don't we want you to come to us.
We specialize on dress clothes and know
how to cut them. Your Full Dress, Tux-
edo, or Spring Suit may be selected from
the largest assortment of woolens in the
city.
G. H. WILD COMPANY,
Leading Merchant Tailors. State St.

We are agents for the only real up-to-date
Rackets on the market.
The Slotted Throat gives the Racket a balance
which no other Racket has
Come in and ispect our stock before buying
hee han
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

'TROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE.
ted and Express Car-s for Detroit-7:1o
m. and hourly to 6:ro p. in., also :10
M.
I Cars for Detroit-5:40 a. in., 6:o6 a. in.,
: every two hours to 6:06 p. in., 7:06 p.
:o6 p. i ., :15 p. m., and 10:45
Ypsilanti only: 7:4 a. in., 8:20 a. in.,
:o6 a. in., 5:06 p. m:., 11:I3 p. -m., 12:151
Mn., 12:30 a. mn., r:oo a. in.
ted Cars for Jackson-7:48 a. in., and
ry two hours to 7:48 p. M.
1 Cars for Jackson-s :12 a. in., 6:so a. in.,
d every two hours to 6:5o p. m., also
p5 p. in., I:15 p. i.

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Bates- Street
Shirts
See our Special
Outing Shirts,with
soft turn back col-
lar and turn back
cuffs
$2100

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TH E MICHIGAN DAILYI
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, $.o by mail, $2.5. Want a.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. f.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 244
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 Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
Night Editors
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
Tom C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Edwin A. Hyman ReportersEugene L. Bulson
J. C. B. Parker Vera Burridge
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
H. A. Fitzgerald Edward P. wright
L. Greenebaum William F. Newton
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edrard Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Kirk White C. T. Fishleigh
Delos Smith J. J. Herbert
Thatcher Rea
FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915.
Night Editor-James M. Barrett.
With this issue, The Daily suspends
publication until Tuesday morning,
April 20.
GOING HOME.
Today Michigan is a little assem-
blage of people here in Ann Arbor.
Tomorrow it is split up into thousands
of pieces, and spread out broadcast
over the land. 'What you do or say in
town today doesn't make so much dif-
ference. What you do tomorrow in
New York, Chicago or Cornerville mak-
es all the difference in the world. For
the next 10 days, you are Michigan
and all it stands for, in one dot on
the map. In the light of your actions,
people will form life-long opinions of
the University of Michigan.
This is the time of year when high
school students are deciding on the
college they are to enter next fall.
There are plenty of arguments to fur-
ther the cause of Michigan. The uni-
versity itself is great enough, and its
advantages are manifold enough to
make it easy to convince almost any-
body. That is one of your functions.
But that is the thing which will come
easiest; it is hard to restrain one's en-
thusiasm about Michigan. The difficlt
thing is to make one's enthusiasm sin-
cere and far-seeing enough to prevent
one from doing something foolish
which will reflect on this university.
Remember that mother won't want
those silk shirts worn around the
house all day long, during vacation.
And don't forget to remove the price
marks before father begins his lec-
tures on finance.
A few miles away, you're safe in
telling 'em the new building is made
entirely of glass,

Prepare to read the
paper next week.
Maybe the Maj. act
when you are.

inferior home
will be there

Where'd you walk to
ternoon?

Meanwhile certain lines elsewhere
will he over-worked.
Using ' lines" in its usual varied and
diverse senses.

yesterday a f-

UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
Outdoor Athletics bring

Typewriting
Mimeographing
Typewriters
of best Quality
at Moderate Rates
See

Silk Shirts
$3.00

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Folks prepared to give up the car?
Michigan's judged by Michigan men.
4- -
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GARRII(K THEATER
"Dancing Around," with Al Jolson
as the featured individual, will begin
a week's engagement at the Garrick
theater, Detroit, next Monday evening,
coming direct from the Winter Garden,
New York, where a run of 20 weeks
was just completed. Mr. Jolson will
be assisted by a host of well known
entertainers, among the number being
Melville Ellis, Lucy Weston, Mary Rob-
son, Frank Carter, Kitty Donor, Helen
Lee and Harry Wilcox.
One of the features of the second
act is the fashion parade, in which 50
beautiful young women will appear on
the elevated runway, attired in gowns
of every fashion, dating from ante
bellum days to present day styles. All
gowns shown in this production were
designed by Melville Ellis, and all were
made in this country.
Numerous terpsichorean novelties
are woven about the light plot, which
is concerned with the celebrated Sat-
urnalian revels of the Romans of
Caesar's time. Al Jolson appears as
the slave in the banquet scene, where
masters wait upon slaves, and all dis-
tinctions of rank are laid aside.
*MAJESTIC THEATER -
Jansen, billed as a magician, but
whose illusions are for the most part
obvious, leads the Majestic program
for the last half of the week. A play-
let with the omnipresent drunk was
entertaining, although not so designed.
Kubiick, whose only claim to distinc-
tion lies in the fact that his name re-
sembles the master's, played the violin.
Two double acts of song and comedy
are included in the bill.
Make Protest Against Rifle Shooting
Reckless shooting of rifles in the vi-
cinity of the boulevard is protested
against in a letter to President Harry
B. Hutchins, and the President re-
quests that any persons who have been
indulging in rifle practice in that vi-
cinity discontinue it at once. The
writer of the letter stated that a bul-
let whizzed by his ear as he was walk-
ing along near the boulevard.
The city ordinance of 1907, relating
to parks and boulevards, makes the
following provision: "No person shall
fire or discharge any gun or pistol,
carry firearms, kindle or build fires or
throw stones or other missiles." 'The
penalty is a fine of $50, with imprison-
ment in the county jail in case of non-
payment.

Made by

It will be of interest to you to know that
we have just received a shipment of

Tennis Lovers, Attention!

Just how was that Boat
as advertised.
All aboard for feather,
cream doughnuts.

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Quarry Drug o.

The Druggists on the Corner.

State and North University

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150 Tennis Rackets 150
ranging in price from $.5O to $S.oo-every one
of them guaranteed. We give especial attention to
Re-stringing Rackets. Your racket made
new for $I.5o, $2.50 or $3.55, as you d,sire.

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(Over Baltimore Lunch).,
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Wi'AN KINi~G X00
314 S State St. Phone 1244M
BEFORE THE DANCE
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D. C. Burrett
514 E. William
Cout your Hair

Buy Now
1915-9
Made is America Merchandise
Our Stock Always Shows You
Something New
SHR0EN BROS
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you fair
124 S. MAIN
PHONE oo

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'OUSIUS & Hall
or. 12th and S. Univ. Phone 115

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THE NEW
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)ur Stock of Spring Footwear

Among the things to be given up will
be that pleasant little smoke after
meal-time. -
You're bound to come back, anyway,.
saying you had a royal visit.
Others before you have taken all
their books home too.
The line will not be busy for a week
and three days.

R4Tailors to Men
Our SpeialSuts
Have
QUALITY THAT
UICKLY
Henry7 &Co.
711 N. University Ave.

For Ladies and Gents
is now complete

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the newest

Wahr's Shoe Stores
Main St. State St.

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If you're sure of Graduating
Then it's time to make certain that your Cap
and Gown will be on hand for Swing-Out Day
Costumes ordered now will reach herebefore or
during vacation. Costumes ordered later-well,
we'll do our best when the time comes.
In the meanwhile please call and be measured
as soon as convenient.
All outfits are supplied by
COX, SONS & VINING
Rental charge is $2.00 from Swing-Out through Com-
mencement. Payment only when delivered.
(TIuRD FLOOR)
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jingle Passenger Taxi
Rates Reduced
From 50c to 25c frnom 6 A. M. to 11 P. M.

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You won't suffer from sweaty odor-
ous tended feet if you use "Fixem-for
the feet." At your druggist.

nn Arbor Taxi Co.

2280

515 E. Liberty

!! Six rides for a dollar ! I
348 C. II. Brock 348
Taxi-Cab Livery
Seat sale for "Trojan Women"
commence April 19.

THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
- CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,000.00
Win. J. Ecoth, Pres., WimArnold, Vice-Pres
John C. Waltz, Cashier, R. A.Beal, Asst' Cash
We have all colors for canoes and
spar varnishes for canoe repairs. P. G.
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