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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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You'll be admire4
and opt' timen envied in one of our swell
form fitting suits. Suits of fully shrun-
ken pure woolen cloth. There's a dash
and ciaxss to our tailoring that sets off
your igure to the best advantage. And
another thing, the suit will hold .its
shape and wear well.
Have you ordered your flannel trousers?

TH E MICHIGAN DAILY1written on two sheets?

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We Just Received a Shipment of
IRUBBER-SOLEDI CANVAs. OXFORDS
They are just the thing for this kind of ; eather
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A "LL SIZES
STUDENTS' BOOKSTOWE

DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE.
Limited and Express Cars for Detroit-7:10
a. n. and hourly to 6:xo p. ni., also 8:io
p m
Local Cars for Detroit-5:4o a. m., 6:06 a. m.,
and every two hours to 6:06 p. In.,4:o6 p.
mn., 8:o6 p. n., g:x5 p. mn., and 10:45 P. im.
To Ypsilanti only: 7:4 a. m., 8:20 a, m.,
i : o6 a. m., 5-o6 p. m., 11:15 p. M., 1z:15
a. in,, 12a:30 a. in., i :co a..
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:48 a, m., and
every two hours to 7:48 p. P1.
Local Cars for Jacsoa-5:12 : a. ., 6:5o a. .,
and every, two hiours to 6:5o p. in., also
9:15 p.- moI 1:1.5 p, M.
For TypeWriting
of hest Quality
at Mderate Rates
See
0. D. MORRILL
(Over Baltimore Lunch)
322 S.StateSt. Phono 582-J

SS P R.I N G
is here in our
Greenery
Come in and see our CUT
FLOWERS and PLANTS
Cousins &1il
Cor.-12th and S Univ. Phone7115
off af ew
minutes and eat some of
GEORGES 'Ucy
WA! KING 1b.
314 S .State St; Phone1244-M
F. L. lALL, 514 E. WiWiaM u
Phsne 2225
14 Go oa d C s Clves For
PRESSING IRE
NO LOSS BY FIRE

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.
(b:ices. Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cot. Packard and State.
Business Ofrice Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
L. Beach Carpenter........lanaging Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk...................Dews 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 Hofnan Arthur H. Torrey
Night Editors
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
Tom C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
Edwin A. Hyman'
Reporters
3. C. B. Parker Vera Burridge
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
H. A. Fitzgerald Edward P. Wright
L. Greenebaum William F. Newton
lenley Hill Leonard W. Nieter
Wildo R., LuntL E. D. Slater
Lee Joslyn Eugene L. Bulson
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Kirk White C. TP. Fishleigh
T hatcher Rea J. J. Herbert
FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1915.
Night Editor-Tom C. Reid.
PUBLIC OPINION.
Michigan's reputation as a progress-
ive, moral and attractive university
depends on the opinions formed in the
world outside of Ann Arbor. To the
moulding of that opinion, the conduct
and accomplishments of her students
are essential. But more important
than this, are the reports which are
sent out" by the news gatherers who
correspond for the metropolitan dai-
lies.
At.the time of the Junior Hop in
1913, the actions of a few hoodlums
were turned, through the medium of
newspaper stories, into a wild; riot. In-
estimable harm was done Michigan
by those reports. No matter how many
denials may follow the publication of
such articles, the damage is still un-
repaired. And countless stories of ac-
complishments and progress will not
effect an eradication.
To the loyalty of these correspond-
ents toward the university, Michigan
Imust turn for the remedy of this diffi-
cult situation. And to those from
whom these correspondents obtain
their information, must go a plea for
care and thoughtfulness, for a..pains-
taking regard for the truth when fur-
nisring the news to the reporters.
Some say that the soph affair will
rival the junior tlance, but it's not the
'16 Men wko let this out.

But then, cheer up; for summer va-
cation is coming soon.
When it'll be hard to leave the air
someone else is in.

Now come the days of once-a-week
laundry packages.
Not to mention insistent drivers who
demand cash.
How many times were yuh in?
Better frame it.

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"HYPOCRITES"
"Hypocrites" the week-end offering
at the Majestic is a symbolical photo-
play, daringly presented. A legendary
monk, who by privations and
suffering has worked out his
ideal of truth in all its
nakedness, is stoned to death when he
offers his work to the people. He is
resurrected in a young minister of the
present dlay, who preaches a sermon on
hypocrisy which alienates his entire-
congregation with the exception of two
young women, one in love with him,
the other robed in black. Accompanied
by a living incarnation of the naked
truth, a young woman who carries a
mirror, he exposes th hypocrisy rife
in society, modesty, the home and pol-
itics.
Because of the great number of per-
sons desiring admission last night
Manager J. J. Hebert was forced to
close the doors of the Maynard street
playhouse for. a time while the first
show was going on.
GIVES 1PHI BETA KAPPA ADDRESS
Prof. Bliss Perry of Harvitrd Will
Deliver Public Talk
Prof. Bliss Perry, of Harvard Uni-
versity, will deliver the address at the
public meeting of Phi Beta Kappa,
which will be held at 8:30 o'clock to-
morrow in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Professor Perry's subject has not yet
been announced.
Preceding the public address, the
local chapter of PhiBeta Kappa will
hold the annual initiation reception
and banquet in Barbour gymnasium.
This banquet is given in honor of the
recently elected initiates, and Profes-
sor Perry will be the guest of honor.
TAU BETA PI TO 1OLD ANNUAL
FACULTY RECEPTION TONIGHT
Tau Beta Pi, engineering honor fra-
ternity, will hold its annual reception
to the members of the engineering col-
lege faculty and their wives at 8:00
o'clock tonight at Granger's academy.
Dancing will take place after the re-
ception, and "Ike" Fisher's orchestra
will play.
Sigma Xi Nominations Due Tomorrow
Nominations to Sigma Xi, honor so-
ciety for the promotion of scientific
research, are due in the hands of the
secretary of the society tomorrow.
Members of the organization will meet
next week to settle the date for the an-
nual banquet and to choose the speak-
er for the affair. Elections to the so-
ciety will be announced in about one
week.
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf

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"Limber Up"

Tennis Lovers, Attention
It will be of interest to you to know that
we have just received a shipment of
150 Tennis Rakts150
ranging in price from $1.50 to $8.oo--every one
of them guaranteed. We give especial attention to
Re-stringing Rackets. Your racket made
new for $I.50, $2.50 or $3.50, as you desire.
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
Outdoor Athletics .briug
Sore Muscles

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Quarry Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner. State and North University

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MRS M. M. ROOT
Corner Maynard and William Streets

GIBSON

Mandolins and Guitars,
Banjo Mandolins
and Ukuleles

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AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

Buy Now
1915-
Made in America Merchandise
Our Stock Always Shows You
Something New
SI+ROEN, BROS.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you fair
124 S. MAIN
PHONE 1000

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D N S & N I C
The only Studio on the Campus

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334=336 S. State St.
Official Photegraphers For The M(CIA GANENSIAN.

Phone 130-J

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FOR
"THE POPULAR PLACE"

Rumor says that several freshmen
are to publish a book on "Dandy Lion
Hunting in Ann Arbor Yards."
With April stowers in May, why not
May flowers in June, and June ex-
ams in-?
One soph suggests a fresh dandylion
day to do what campus gardeners
don't.
Now don't you wish that you'd work-
ed a wee bit harder during spring va-
cation?
It's a debatable question whether
it's worse to get rigged up or initiated.
Do those letters remain as ardent as
they were right after coming back?
Or are they now the one-sheet kind

RADNOR"
THE NEW,
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I11II[ATS S AVINII WATER IN
Do you know the Immersion Water
Heater? It is a nickeled instruhient
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.
For $.oo at
Eastern Michigan Edison Co.
COR. MAIN and WILLIAM STS. .
SPECIALTY SALESMEN WANTED Rare opportunity for club of fifteen
A manufacturing concern is in the students or instructors to obtain ex-
market for several first class specialty cellent exclusive accommodations in
men to call on grocers and commission first class rooming house near campus.
- T'-~ATL Answer -"Club" care Michigan Daily.

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Wahr' Shoe Stores
Main St. State St.

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NEW ADDITION

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Large Flat Racks for

Prhouses. Applicants must nave REUAj
selling ability and to those who can
qualify we will offer exclusive terri-
tory, near your own home if desired.
Compensation will be satisfactorily ar-
ranged. This is a splendid opportu-
nity to make money this summed. No
canvassing. Address Daily, Box A.

Shoes repaired while you rest. 0. G.
Andres, 222 S. State St. eod Tu
Buy shoes and satisfaction at the
same time from Gross & Dietzel, 119 E.
Washington St.

Phone 106
or 2280

528 E. Jefferson
or 515 E. Liberty.

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