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April 29, 1915 - Image 2

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TtE 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.
Have you ordered your flannel trousers?

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just the thing for this kind of weather
to Duck kats'
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on-7:48 a. m., and
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to Dine
Mack'.s
tea 10oom
Servfee a la Carte
Open ,:00 in the morning ltill 3:0 0 i
the aternoon-saturdays tiil 9:00
Orchetra MusiC OfL Saturdays
Special Club Dinners and BanquetI
by appointment

T HE MICII10N DAILY!
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published eery morning except
Mondaynduring the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-tlass matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.5o; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. i.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
11. Beach Carpenter........Managing E itor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Managei
Fred touk...................News Editor
F. F. McKinney.........Associate Edito
Chester H. Lang .....,...Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping.........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John f,eunard _Ray TLeffler
Rudolph Iorman krthur 11 IXrr
Night Editors
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
Tot C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Reporters
Edwin A. Hyman tEugene ,. Bulson
J. C. B. Parker Vera Brridg
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
1i. A, Fitzgerald Edwad P. wright
L. Greenebaum William F. ewton
lIenle Ili], Leonard W. Nieter
Nladin R. 111 n1t 1;:; I. Slater
Lee Joslyn
Business Staff
Ferris ,Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R.Altsheler
Kik White C. T. Fishleigh
'hacher Rea T. J 1erert
TiH URSDAY, APRIL 29 115.
Night Editor-ee 1. Joslyn.
CHOOSING DRAMATIC PIECES.
The student public and the members
of the dramatic organizations seem to
be pretty well decided that the chocce
of dramatic pieces is not always for-
tunate. This is notably true of the
Comedy club. Why not let the Orator-
ical association handle the older cos-
tume plays, and use the Comedy club
as a"medium for cultivating a national
spirit in drama? The campus will be
more interested; try-outs will be more
enthusiastic and more wholesome am-
usement will be afforded if the Comedy
club will throw off its mantle of dig-
nity and get down to the play of today.
Then there is the case of the Union
opera. If the campus cannot produce
a better book than that used this year,
and last year,'and the year before, it
is in a sorry state. -In a brass-tacks
manner of speaking, the plots, situ
ations and lines have been awful'.
Some say that better books are handed
in than those that are picked. This
may be true. Although they may pos--
sess all the sincerity in the world, it is
just possible that the men wh o pick
the books, or the ones wiho have the
most say in this matter, are not the
ones who know best what a musical
comedy is. It may be a faulty system.
Something should be done to better the
quality of the opera books-that is
certain.
One thing worse than fussing
through the engineering arch is com-
ing to the game late with a girl.
Did you ever have roomy's gum
break loose firi the wall and fall on
you while you were asleep?
"The Michigan team, assisted by the
Notre Dame band, defeated us," says
the Notre Dame paper.

We're open to bribery to move Straw
Hat Day up a bit.
Automobiles like heads, refuse to
work sometimes.
Is- she insisting on.- full -rent for
Easter recess?
Maybe Princeton seniors had no
boulevards.

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How ]nTI:y cases ahead are you?
Neither is ahybody.
-..
For the first time in the history of
organized class activitics among uni-
versity women, the annual class meet-
ings for juniors, sophomores, and
freshmen will be held under the su-
pervision of the Judiciary Council.
They will take place at 4:00 o'clock
Wednesay, May r, in Barbour gym-
1luldah ancroft, '15, will preside at
the meeting of junior women, who will
elect their senior play committee, their
social committee, and two representa-
tives to serve on the Judiciary Coun-
cil next year. The sophomores, over.
\whose meeting Louise Potter, '16, will
preside, will elect their junior play
committee, their social committee, and
Council riepresentatives. Martha Gray,
'16, this year's junior play chairman,
will also-speak regarding the admitiis-
tration of the play. The freshmen will
elect their freshman spread and so-
cial committees, in addition to Coun-
cil representatives. Anita Kelly, '17
will preside at their meeting.
All the women in these three classes
are expected to be present at. these
meetings.
Dean Myra B. Jordan wishes to cor-
rect a current impression that all the
rooms in the new halls of residence
have been spoken for. A few upper-
class and sophomore women and many
,reshmen can still find places in both
the Martha-Cook and Newberry build
ings, both of which are now about
half filled,
Applications have come in from dis-
tant states in all directions, from
which freshmen women are coming,
influenced by the living accommoda-
tions which the new halls of residence
will- provide. A larger percentage
than ever before. of freshman applica-
tions from the eastern states has been
registered.
Dr. Mabel Ulrich, of Minneapolis,
Minn., comes to Ann Arbor Monday,
llay 3, for a series of two lectures to
university women, which will be held
at 4:00 o'clock on that day and Tues-
day, May 4, in Newberry hall. The
lectures are free, and university wom-
en are all invited to attend by the uni-
versity Y. W. C. A. under whose aus-
pices Dr. Ulrich comes.
This will be the second visit of Dr.

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It will be of interest to you to know that
we have just received a shipment of
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ranging in price from $I.50 to $8.oo-every one
of'them guaranteed. We give especial attention to
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Yes, those two-dollar silk shirts will Ulrich, who is a prominent practicing
be perfectly in order at the Cotton Ball.,I physician and social worker, to Ann
-- .Arbor. Her course of lectures last
If the bunch would stop counting the year proved popular, and her return is
days, life would be happier. in response to many requests.
By this time you must have all those Ellen Sargeant, '16, who composed
telephone numbers by heart. the greater part of the music for "The
Come-Back," is at work on original
Senior canes have been distributed, music for the dancing fete to be held
but where are they? on the evening of May 26.

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