TkiE MICHIGAN DAILY
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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?
We Just Received a Shipment of
RUBBER-SOLED CANVAS OXFORDS
They are just the thing for this kind of weather
White- Duck, Hats,
50c. ft, 75c.
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Publishedevery morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building Sub.
by carrier, $250; by mail, $2.5o. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Once Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter......Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field......Business Manager
Fred Foulk.................News Editor
F. P. McKinney.........Asociate Editor
Chester .Lang.........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping.........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
john Leonard Ray Lefflerj
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvesterf
Tom C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Verne Burnett C. N. Churh
Edwin A. Hyan
J C. B. Park Vera Burridge
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
H. A. Fitzgerald - Edward P. .Wriht
L. Greenbauin William F. Newton
Henley Hill - Leonard W. Nieter
Waldo R. Hunt E. D. Slater
Lee Joslyn Eugene L. Bulson
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers 17. R. Altsheler
Kirk White C. T. Fishleigh
Thatcher Rea J. 3. Herbert
SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1915.
Night Editor-E. Rodgers Sylvester.
It is a pretty safe guess to say that
Michigan is as poorly supplied with
tennis courts as any large university
in the country. The couple dozen or so
courts out on Ferry field meet the
needs of the hundreds of students who
would like to play tennis, about as
well as the campus water fountains
meet the needs of those who would like
to drink. When you have two hours
to devote to tennis, the safe rule is to
allow a quarter of that time for wait-
ing. And then, after you get disgusted
with waiting after several attempts,
you perhaps give it up and make way
for those who are more persevering.
There should be an immediate ap-
propriation for more courts, to be
made ready during the summer. True,
the association is out of funds. But
the expenditure for new courts is such
a drop in the bucket compared with
the thousands just spent for a football
stand, that it is insignificant. There
have been complaints before, and there
have been explanations. Nobody is
particularly at fault. The matter has
simply been allowed to drag. Now,
however, something should be done.
You'll have to hand it to the fellow
who thinks to get his shoes shined be-
If mature consideration can accom-
plish anything, that thesis ought to be
Some freshmen escape wearing the
little tell-tale caps by going bare-
It might be possible to find a martyr
to lead yells at baseball games.
Not every student* who carries a
landing net is a prize biologist.
If "Please" signs are no good, why
not restore that campus fence?
Wise freshes are beginning to prac-
tice on ropes in the gym.
Fine combination of May Violets,
April rain and March wind.
It's cold work to figure out football
.dope this early.
At 10: 30, sermon by Mr. Loring on
"Our Duty to Society."
At 11:45, Discussion of Vocational
Training and Guidance, led by Prin-
cipal Aiken, of the High School, be-
fore the Social Service Class.
At 7:30, Illustrated Talk on India
by Mr. S. M. Hardiker, before the
Young People's Society.
"limber Up "
Tennis Lovers, Attention!
It will be of interest to you to know that
we have just received a shipment of
150 Tennis Rackets 150
ranging in price from $I.50 to $8.oo-every one
of thenm guaranteed. We give especial attention to
Re-stringing Rackets. Your racket made
new for $i.50, $2.50 or $3.50, as you desire.
WA H R'S
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
Outdoor Athletics bring
of best Quality
at Moderate Rates
O. D. MORRILL
(Over Baltimore Luach)
State St. Phone 582.J
F. L. HALL, 614 E. Wilulaip
P'RESSING Goods Called For
LE N LOSS D ivered
NO LOSS BY FIRE
Why not send a "Mother's Day" let-
ter home today?
Not all hypocrites are at the Majes-
Nor in the churches, either.
Marion Stowe, '16, president of the
university Y. W. C. A. for 1915-16, has
announced the appointments to the
cabinet of that organization for the
coming year. These members are
chairmen of the general committees in-
dicated: Bible study-Geta Tucker,
'17; mission study- Annette Wood,
'17; social service-Grace Thomasma,
'16; house-Dorothy Pierce, '18; con-
ference-Beatrice Lambrecht, '16; in-
tercollegiate-Mariola Cornell, '16; de-
votional-Margaret Crockett, '16; mu-
sic--Evelyn Moore, '17; social-Helen
Humphries, '16; publicity-Margaret
Reynolds, '17; finance-Frieda Sieg-
* * *
Wyvern, the junior womens' honor-
ary society, has elected the following
members of the sophomore class to
its membership: Jeanette Armstrong,
Margaret Basset, Helen Champion,
Anita Kelley, Irene Litchman, Mar-
garet Long, Albertine Loomis, Marga-
ret Reynolds, Genevieve Rowe, Geta
Tucker, Ethel Vail, Francis Way, Oliv-
ia Williams, Annette Wood, Frieda
Wuerfel. The initiation and banquet
will be held tomorrow.
* * *
Dues for membership in the Girls'
Glee club must be paid at the regular
meeting, at 5:00 o'clock tomorrow in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
There will be a rehearsal of the sen-
ior play cast at 6:45 o'clock tomorrow.
evening in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
About 50 senior women attended the
last of the series of class luncheons
at the Michigan Union yesterday. Pro-
fessors A. S. Whitney, and C. O. Davis,
oof the department of education, spoke
briefly as did Hialdah Bancroft, '15,
and. Evelyn Roehm, '15. Dancing fol-
lowed the luncheon.
Miss Helen Bennett, director of the
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about a foot long that quickly heats
water to the boiling point by merely
turning on the current and putting
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Main St. State St.
Ann Arbor Taxi Co.
High Class Livery
Large Flat Racks for
Chicago branch of the collegiate bu-
reau of occupations, will be in Ann
Arbor for a day of individual and
round-table conferences on vocations,
with university women, either this
week or next, according to a letter re-
ceived yesterday by Clara Roe, '15,
secretary of the vocational counselling
committee. This visit has been made
possible by a gift to the committee
from Mortar Board, senior women's
Cercle Francais meets at 8:3/0
o'clock tomorrow in Cercle rooms.
Drop In after the game or after play.
ing tennis and try a 5e soda. Van
Doren's Pharmacy, 703 Packard St. tf.
528 E. Jefferson
or 515 E. Liberty
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