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May 13, 1915 - Image 2

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TjdZ MICHIGAN DAILY

ITHE MICHIGAN DAILY]combat.

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, $2.5o; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2424
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 Ra Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey

Night
James M. Barrett, Jr.
om C. Reid
Verne Burnett

Aditors
F. Rodgers Sylvester
Howard R. Marsh
C. N. Church

Edwin A. Hyman-
Reporters
J. C. B. Parker Vera Burridge
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
H. A. Fitzgerald Edward P. Wright
L. Greenebauin William F. Newton
Henley Hill Leonard W. Nieter
Waldo R. Hunt E. D. Slater
Lee Joslyn Eugene L. Bulson
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Kirk White C. T. Fishleigh
Thatcher Rea J. J. Herbert
THURSDAY, MAY, 13, 1915.
Night Editor-Leon Greenebaum.
STUDENTS AND THE UNION
CAMPAIGN.
Eleven years ago the Union was
founded. Its growth to the present
organization was the outcome of stu-
dent efforts, and now that it is enter-
ing an even larger field, it must still
look to the undergraduate for a whole-
hearted support. This summer the
final test will come, and back home
with the men who first put the Michi-
gan . idea into the undergraduate's
head, the student will find his oppor-
tunity. Every Michigan alumnus will
be approached during the coming year
for contributions, and the more defi-
nite, first hand information that he
can get concerning the Union and its
aims, the better mood he will be in to
listen to'the advances of the canvass-
er. The combined efforts of between
five and six thousand students, cannot
help but have its effect.
Now that she's found that a black
gown goes well with pink cheeks, she's,
for having cap and* gown days six
times everyiweek.
Yes, we had a second cousin who,
knew a fellow who was down to the
dock the day she sailed.
Extend sympathy to the .man who
goes home only to find his girl's fami-
ly off on vacation.
It may be necessary to explain to
freshmen that swing-out rope wasn't
used at rope-in.
Disconsolate ones might remember
that there are more society elections
next fall.
One way to get distinction is to be
a senior pharmic and walk in the pro-
cession.
Glad that it wasn't called a bounce
or a scramble or something like that.
Checks may come and checks may
go; but debts go on forever.
Don't mention the two extra days to
a law student.
Without first stripping for mortal

Prepare to read exam schedules.
And to cuss the while.
Helen Champion, '17, has taken
charge of Miss Helen Bennett's con-
sultation schedule for Tuesday, May
18,' and arrangements for individual
interviews, which may be obtained be-
tween the hours of 3:15 and 5:30
o'clock on that day, should be made
with her, telephone 411. Aris Van
Deusen, '16, is in general charge of
Miss Bennett's visit.
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Wyvern will meet this evening, im-
mediately after the rehearsal of "The
Come-Back," at the Alpha Phi house.
e * * .
Tickets for the All-Campus dance
to be held in Barbour gym tomorrow
afternoon will be on sale at 25 cents in
the corridors of the general library
from 8:00 o'clock until 3:00 o'clock to-
day and tomorrow.
Soph engineer baseball practice at
4:00 o'clock today, Ferry field.
There will be a combined social and
business meeting of the M. S. N. C.
club in Newberry hall, tonight at 7:30
o'clock. This is the final meeting of
the year. Every member is urged to
be present.
ALL COLLEGES SEEM TO AV,{ 9
FRESHMAN TIRXACK AGGREATION
Although efforts have been made to
schedule meets for the All-Fresh track
team, nothing has been accomplished
in that line and it is more than likely
that the M. A. C. meet on May 28 will
be the only chance that the freshmen
will get to work against outside com-
petition.
College teams of the calibre which
can be pitted against the yearlings do
not care to take the chance of suffer-
ing a defeat at the hands of the fresh-
man team. M. A. C. tried to cancel the
date for this year, because they had
already suffered two defeats.
Fresh Tennis Team Will'Meet Albion
Paul Steketee, manager of the fresh
tennis squad, definitely arranged yes-
terday for another match vh Albion
College, to be held here tomorrow af-
ternoon. The following men will prob-
ably make up the team: Steketee,
Coons and Stocking. Albionhas a
strong team of hard, consistent play-
ers, and a close game is expected.
Prof. H. C. Sadler to Speak at Toledo
Prof. H. C. Sadler, of the marine
engineering department, will go to
Toledo tomorrow to act as speaker at
a meeting of the University of Michi-
gan alumni association of that city,
tomorrow night.
Normal Concert Course, Ypsilanti.
Normal Choir 200 Singers, Frederich
Alexander, Conductor. Program of
unaccompanied part songs by Tscha-
ikovsky, Gounod and Folksongs. Wom-
en's voices in modern French Composi-
tions, with piano accompaniment by
Paul Lacombe and Vincent D'Indy. So-
loists: Mrs. Gray, contralto; Miss
Dickinson, Pianist. TONIGHT -
THURSDAY, MAY 13, at 8:00 P. M.
Single admission $1.00.

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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.5o 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.
WAIHT BORS
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

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