TUE MICHIGAN DAILY
You'll be admired
and oft' times envied in one of our swell
form fitting suits. Suits of fully shrun-
ken pure woolen cloth. There's a dash
and class to our tailoring that sets off
your figure to the best advantage. And
another thing, the suit will hold its
shape and wear well.
IHave you ordered your flannel trousers?
We Just Received a Shipment of
RUBBER-SOLED CANVAS OXFORDS
They are just the thing for this kind of weather
White Duck Hats
50c. (Q 75*.
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ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE.X
ed and Express Cars for Detroit--7:10
m. and hourly to 6:zo p. m., also 8:1o
1Cars for Detroit-5 :40 a. in., 6:06 a. m.,
every two hours to 6 :6 p. in., 7:o6. p.
8:06 p. m., y:15 p. m., and 10:45 p. m.
Ypsilanti only: 7:4 a. m., 8:ao a, m.,
06 a. m., 5:06 p. m., 1x:15 p. m., 12:15
M., 12.3o a. M., 1:oo a. n.
ted Cars for Jackson-7 :48 a. in., and
ry two hours to 7:48 p. m.
Cars for Jackson-S: z a. m., 6:5o a. n.,
Severy two hours to 6:54 p. m,, also
5p. m., 115:Is p. in.
of best Quality
at Moderate Rates;
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(Over Baltimore Lunch)
S. State St. Phone 682-J
is here in our
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Cor.12th and S. Univ.. Phone 115
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Publisheduevery morning except
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Editorial Office Phouc 414
11. Beach Carpenter.......Managing Editor
W, Sherwood Field........ Business Manage
Fred Foulk.................News Editor
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Chester H. Lang .........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping.........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hlofman Arthur H. Torrey
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
Tom C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Edwin A. Hyman Eugene L. Bulson
J. C. B. Parker Vera Burridge
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Verne Burnett C. N. church
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Henley Hill Leonard W. Nieter
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Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Kirk White C. T. Fishleigh
Thatcher Rea J. J. Herbert
WEDNDESDAY, APRIL 28, 1915. '
Night Editor-James M. Barrett.
ATHLETIC BOARD ELECTIONS
Three students will' beelected to the
board in control of athletics in a few
weeks, for terms extending through
next year. The student members
of the board of directors, the low-
er board, will do the electing. Only
three out of the 11 members of the up-
per board are students; student con-
trol of athletics is a myth even numer-
ically. But the main trouble has been
that the three student members of the
upper board have not represented the
student body. They have either re-
mained silent, and allowed themselves
to be completely dominated by the
alumni and faculty members of the
board, for the most part, or they have
made a little noise in a safe key.
It would be unfair to blame either
the student members or the faculty
and alumni members unqualifiedly. He
who knows how, does things. The stu-
dent members have been uninformed
and modest, and the older men on the
board, quite naturally, have gone
ahead and run things by virtue of
their experience and prestige. But
there is one remedy that will go a
long way. That is to elect strong men,
who will not be over-awed orcajoled,
-men, too, who will not lay back when
once chosen, and look upon their job
as just another campus honor. If stu-
dent opinion Is to have a hearing on
the board which controls Michigan
athletics, virile students must be chos-
en for that board. They should be
fighters, whether there is fighting to be
done or not.
The star who returned from the
Penn relays with a loving cup couldn't
see his way clear to let roomy use it.
for a tobacco jar.
Sing of the joys of being a law or
engineer, with no restraint as to tak-
ing off coats.
Notice that 22 percent of Princeton
seniors said they'd never been kissed?
The heaviest mind work is to decide
on what the next fizz-drink will be.
Speaking of these bolts, aren't you
glad now that you saved 'em up?
Let's organize posses to get the man'
who kicked at zero weather.
Soft air, soft breezes, soft moonlight
and soft speeches.
Easy to ride in a car, if you don't
It will be of interest 'to you to know that
we have just received a shipment of
care with whom you go.
Blessings on the prof
on the topic of icebergs.
Just when the campus
to aim 'em pretty well,
Comes the injunctioni
'em any more.
Moved back now that
Think of puttinr on
who dwe iGs
not to hurl
150 Tenns Rk 150
ranging in price from $r .50 to $8.oo-every one
of them guaranteed. We give especial attention to
Re-stringing Rackets. Your racket wade
new for $1.50, $2.50 or 3.5o, as you desire.
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
Hard weather for roll-neck sweaters.
But numerals be numerals.
Outdoor Athletics bring
Plans for an all-campus dance, to
be given from 1:00 to 6:00 oclock
Friday, May 14, in Barbour gymnasi-
urn, are now being worked out by the
Women's social committee andl the
freshman spread committee of the
sophomore class, of which Frances
Way, '17, and Virginia Morse, '17, are
the chairmen. Tickets vill be distrib-
uted today or tomorrow at 25 cents
each, and dancers will be asked to
* * *
The by-law revision committee of
the Women's Letague, of which Judith
Ginsburg, '15, is chairman, will hold
an important open meeting at 4:00
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium. University women are all in-
vited and urged to attend. At this
meeting the issues involved will be
formulated and presented by the chair-
man with the tentative plan; for re-
vision. Suggestions with regard to
management of representation on the
League Board, League elections and
the appointment of League commit-
tees will be in order.
* * *
Rehearsals for the dancing fete, the
time for which has been announced as
8:00 o'clock, May 2G, following the an-
nual women's Field Day, are being
held almost daily, and Miss Evans,
who is director, expressed herself yes-
terday as being highly pleased with
their progress. More'women tried out
than could possibly be used in the fete,
which is an adaptation of the Perse-
phone myth, in an arrangement of
group and solo dances. Sixty univer-
sity women will take part. The fete
will soon be open to the general pub-
Convening in their eleventh annual
session, the Michigan State Nurses as-
sociation will gather in Barbour gym-
nasium May 4, 5 and 6 in meetings
which are open to the general public,
which is cordially invited. The second
annual meeting of the Michigan State
league of Nursing Education will be
held at the same time. Prominent
physicians, hospital administrators
and nurses from various parts of the
state will speak, and there will be
social meetings in addition to those
of an educational and business nature.
The university, administration will be
represented by President Harry B.
Hutchins, who will give an address of
welcome. Dean .Reuben Peterson, Dr.
A. M. Barrett, and Professor A. S.
Whitney are also to make addresses.
Tennis Lovers, Attention!
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The Druggists on the Corner. State and North University
MRS. M. M. ROOT
Corner Maynard and William Streets
New song sung by McCormack
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B ^I} Fyn.
Do you know the Immersion Water
Heater? It is a nickeled instrument
about a foot long that quickly heats
water to the boiling point by merely
turning on the current and putting
the heater in the water.
Let us show you
Wahr's Shoe Stores
Main St. State St.
For $3.oo at
'ingle Passenger Taxi
From 50c to 25c from 6 A. M. to 11 P. M.
Eastern Michigan Edison Co.
COR. MAIN and WILLIAM STSO
Meet New Menl to To stunasters Club
J. A. Heist, '16, E. R. McCall, '16L,
and J. F. Scott, '16L, were elected in-
to membership of the Totistmasters'
LOST-Black leather loose leaf note
book on M. C. train, April 19. Please
call Henderson, Phone 344.
Arbor Taxi Co.
club last evening at a banquet held between 5
in their honor at the Union. Accord- evening.
ing to the custom of the club, every- mileage, n
one responded to a toast. Return to
Thenext banquet of the club will avenue. T
be held intwo weeks, when several-----
new initiates will be taken into the LOST-A gi
society. pin. Call
. & C. mileage on William
th and Main at 7 Monday
Contained 425 miles of
ame F. Day on the cover.
W. A. Bellows, 325 S.5th
Reeward. Phone 978.