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TniE MICHIGAN DAILY
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It is up to you to
select the material.
We have suc h a varied stock this part
will be easy-then leave the rest to us.
If you don't say it's the best looking suit
you ever wore at any price you needn't
take it. We are safe in making you safe.

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COME IN AND LOOK OVER OUR
lotted Throat Rackets
Our Prices Range from $3.00 to $8.50
RACKETS RESTRUNG IN THREE DAYS
WE GUARAN EE ALL OUR GOODS

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STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

IT UNITED LINES
ARBOR TIME TABLE,
Express Cars for Detroit-o7:10
hourly to 6:io p. m., also 8:io
r Detroit--5:4o a. mn., 6:06 a. m.,
two hours to 6:n6 p. m., 7:06 p.
mn., 9:15 p. mn., and 10:45 P. im.
Iti only: 7:4 a. m., 8:2o a. in.,
.S:6 p. mn., rtIs p. m., 1a:5
30 a, Mn., r:oo a. in.
s rfor Jackson- 7:48 a. m., and
hours to 7:48 p. in.
r Jackson-S:r2 a. in., 6:5o a. M.,
two hours to 6:50 p. m., also
I1:15 p. M.
Du are Hungry
a.ny time of day
step in atI

Some New and Very Pretty
Models of the
Original
Anne iteKellerman
Swimming Tights
for Women
are being displayed this week.
They were designed and perfected
by Miss Kellerman, and are used
in all her swimming exhibitions.
All colors are here, including black
and gray.
Sold here exclusively
75c to $1.98

TH E MIC"iIGAN DAILY I
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Ecntered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 1414
. -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 Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
Night Editors
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
Toum C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
Edwin A. Hyman
Reporters
J. C. B. Parker Vera Burrige
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaun
H. A. Fitzgerald Fdward P. Wright
L. Greenbaum William F. Newton
H~enley Hill Leonard W. Nieter
Waldo R. Hunt E. D.BSlater
Lee Joslyn Eugene L.. Buson'
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch B Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Kirk White C. T. Fishleigh
Thatecer Rea J. J. Herbert
TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1915.
Night Editor-E. Rodgers Sylvester.
T.H COACH ON THE BENCH.
In an hour of inspiration several
weeks ago, the board in control of ath-
letics voted to remove the baseball
coach from the bench. The object was
to stimulate the initiative of individual
players. There wasn't much need for
the move. Directing a contest from
the bench speeds up the play and mak-
es it more interesting. Nor is there
anything dishonest or unethical about
it. But the board turned the trick,
and the coach went--for a while.
Just before the southern trip, the
board thought better of its action and
voted to allow the coach to sit with
his players, on the tour. But only on
the tour. The team came back from
Dixieland, however, and, with the ex-
ception of one or two games, the coach
went right on sitting. This was in di-
rect violation of the board's rule. The
outside papers which praised Michi-
gan on her courageous stand may be
excused for knitting their brows over
her latest compromise. The board
should undo its action formally before
the coach goes back to his old place.
According to the reports of the life
membership solicitors, but few stu-
dents have roseate prospects.
How did you explain it when the
family found that you did not have the
Festival program' memorized?
Someone suggests challenging the
weather to a death struggle with a
healthy chameleon.
Now that the science building looks
like a factory, will students labor
in it?
The man who isn't knocking is sure
of the office for which he's running.
One way to get morals thrust down
your throat is to attend a movie.
Latest excuse: "Been to Detroit and
forgot to set it back."
Pity the prof who has 50 like yours
to stumble through.

That name "Oasis' is strongly sug-
gestive of dates.

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Where's underclass pep gone?

7,&Ika

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Other §uits in extremely fashion-
able new models.
$1.98 to $7.50

The robins may go back south any
day now .,
If they get the scent of moth balls.
Bad time to break good resolutions.
Chalk up trip-victory number one.
Practice diving across the bed.

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Seniors Attention

ORDER THEM NOW
VISITINGCAD
$1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.50
100 CAR.DS FROM YOUR PLATE
90c.
ALL WORK OVARANTEED
UNIVERSITY BOOK STOR E

STATE

jLUNDRYI

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,000
Resources $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
Cash'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Carl F.
'Braun, Asst. Cash'r, Win. Waltz, Asst. Casl'r
<SaVings De .t-
F. L. HALL, 514 E. Willan,
Phone 2225
PRESSING andn" Fe r
NO LOSS BY FIRE

NJDRY
Prop.
Phone 457-.M

PHONiE 1113"
1FOR

--Sabin Crocker, '15E, has left college
to accept a position as consulting en-
gineer for the installation of a new
heating and ventilating system in the
Perry public school in this city. Crock-
er, however, will graduate with his
class in June.
--Prof. 1. A. (xleason, of the botany
department, will leave for Lansing to-
morrow, where he will address some
of the students of the agricultural col-
lege on a phase of tropical agriculture.
--lore than1 20 engineering studet
interested in railway signalling, to-
gether with Mr. H. S. Sheppard and
Mr. E. P. Banroft, of the engineering
college, formed a trip 'of inspection to
Detroit Saturday. The party visited
the interlocking signal plant of the
Michigan Central railroad in that city.
--Prof. John F. Shephard, of the psy-
chology department, is working on a
series of articles on comparative psy-
chology, which will be issued next
year.
-Orders have been placed for practi-
cally all of the lighting fixtures, li-
brary racks, and sinks for the psychol-
ogy department. The first shipment is
expected to arrive within a short time.
--Seniorlental Society niet last night
in the senior lecture room. A. J. Nish-
on, '15D, and E. J. Reynolds, '15D,
gave papers on the subject, "Porcelain
Facings Used in Bridges." J. Tenhale,
'15D, and A. J. Rice, '15D, spoke on,
"Crowns."
11LD FIRST MASSE) REHEARSAL
Attendance Responsible for Good Chor-
al Union Work, Says Stanley
With all the choruses present that
will take part in the May Festival, the
first complete massed rehearsal of the
Choral Union was held in .Hill audi-
torium Sunday afternoon. According
to Prof. A. A. Stanley, the remarkably
good attendance record at all previous
rehearsals is largely responsible for
the excellent showing of all the chor-
uses at Sunday's rehearsal.
At 3:00 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon, the boys' choir and the adult
chorus will hold a massed rehearsal at
Hill auditorium with the orchestra, in
preparation for "The New Life,"
which will be offered on Thursday
night.
The children's chorus this year will
be divided into three. parts, two of
which will occupy seats at either side
of the stage, and the third will be
placed hidden behind the rest of the [
adult chorus, to give an echo effect.
Glee Club Manager Chooses Assistants
David R. Ballentine, '16, manager of
the combined mandolin and glee club
has appointed M. A. Nichols, '17E, aid
Earl Ward, '17, as his assistants for
the coming year. The annual sorority
serenade which was scheduled for to-
night has been postponed until next
Tuesday.
ing a line of
alian Straws,

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ew "'Varsity" and other innovations
on display

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This most nourishing food restores mental and
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