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'ifrE MCHt GcA N AL

DAILY

It Is U.Ptoyou~f
select lbem teil
We have such a v-ario.1 stock this part
will be easy-- then r~e tile rest to us:..
If you don't say it's the best looking suit
you ever gore at auty price youn needn't
take it. We are s4'e it, imaking1 you safe.

NIRS

Order your

Official newspaper at the U niversity of
11ichig~an. P'ublished vce ry m, nnng ceept
ona drigthe university year.
Entered at the post offier at Ann Arbor as.
Second-clasps matter.j
(iLcts. Ann .Arbor Press Buldi s. Sulb-
by ca e$2.50; by mi,$,o anitaU
stationus: Quarry's, Univ 1Pharuiacy, .C. hl,
D~avis, Cor. Packa_'rd and State
B. R Uiess ( )ff cu 1hore gyro
E~dito al Office P ione 2114
4l". Sherwood !Field'........Ihisine s' \lana .e°
I redI Ioutlk............N ew s Ldit.)r,
F.". V Mc~iiinny . ..... Associate IEditor
Cnester 11. Lang........Associate Editor
1'. lHlawley l appin;..... ..porting Editor
asistants to FBusinesa Manager
tonLe'lvdRyLeffler
Rudy 1?: liofrnan Arthxr f.l'Torrey
Night Editors
James !1!. Barrett, fir.BE. Rodgers Sylvester
Tom C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
E~dw:in A. IHyman
Reporters
J. C. B. Parker- vera Bu~rrridge
Irwin Johnson i(>rail 11onbaurn
13. A, 1it-gerald Edwtnard 1P. Wright
L. reenehaum . William Y. Newton
I Ilnley Hill Leonrd 'W. Nieter
WValo P.I int 17. D. Slater
],re Joslyn Engent L. Bulson
Buinress Staff
Ferris Fitch. Ed(ward Mack
C. V. Seilers Y. R. Altsheler
Irkc \ liie C. i.TFifihleig1h
KRIDAY, M4.AY 21, 1,915.
Night Ed i'(tor----tomi C.Rid

TING CARDS
00 Cards, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $2.75, $3.00

100 Cards from Plate, 90c.

h111

LINES

TABLE.

Cars for Detroit-7 :1 o
6:io p. in. also 8:1o

a. mn., 6:o6 a. mn.,
a6 p. In., 7:o6 p.
and 10:45 P.tm
*in., 8:20 a, i.,,
-74-8 a. in., and
.m.
a. mn., 6:5o a. mn.,
6:5o p. in., also

is here in our
Greeiiery
Come in and. see our CUT.
FLOWERS end PLANTS
cousins &Hall
Cor. 12th, and S,.Uutiv. ?Phone 115
Chop of a few
minutes acid eat 'some of
GEiORG E'SSey
WAI KIINL00
314 S .'hate St- Phone 1244-NE
F. L. HALL, 514 E. WiH'ArU,
Phoue 2225

Quality
ate Rates

PRESSING Go,~l~ o
hone 582-J NO LOSS.; Y FIRE l
PHONE 1"13"

'THlAT M Ai iCLAN;.AND).
In the two uiot; be(tween April
21and .1 in 24,t (1oVarsity band ulis
schel(ted to lta at 311 diferent 21-
fairs,. Thi.s is an averge ot 1labout
011C(C (every v-two days. Theoccaion
range from rehearsals and basebl~rl
gamells to "Colmmel( ncement [,):ly Cexec'Ci --
e stand the Se'nior prom?. Onre us t =it
down and~ figure it ourt statisticlly to
app1reciate just how fnice ii is to have
ai bran . Now thattth an11d has de-
Svelop -I into a first-roaeorganization,-
til camlpu!s is too prone to tako its
j good work as Fa mat1te'r 01'cGurse.
Of coul-se there are criti. s. it' a
heilalthy studei'nt dUidni't c riticise ,nde(r-
;gradute affairs wonud o to thle dogs.
Tlhere ar'e thoss' 'who sythalt the kandlw
~not plain s wll a it diid last Bill.
Th.ere ares othe'rs,-- -or mlore probably,.
thec samne persons ,who sayt that ther~e
are( ljot enough camp:.us wcoers. It
oly vrema lins for the handto sift the1
r iticisml, and jpay a2?tL(tentionto that
which sceis to )be tenale. Anyway,
theOw .hand is1'be'tt1r tha t has ever
Th'le I-vory Cross for May hlas b(een
1handed tfo the student whIo asked tthe
i;lbrary (desk for -Tlanatltop)siis" by Wil-
_liam Jennlings Bry1an.
S _wninlg up the rips occasion ed b
iterelaiss basebll games is aln indoor
lSport calcul~lted to wNidlen ones cb
u1lary'. '
1I' cool we ather c.)nt iiines, the hearltF
secrvice will make (104I calls less and
thec home doctonrs501) dollars'more.
Ju1 'uvis asw-,ll as on:, Schrad-
zlti seemed ''c to be in the eml oy of th.
inue-h'ated Gargoyle'yesterday .

Proper-places-not-to-go are often
thes, which the older sisters are -tired
Mlost of th senior meincis have re-
trned 1 rota the Pontiac trip by thisl
time.
Show her that music hath poers to '
do lots of strange things.
The faithful few will come out in
capsi and gowns today.
How'd you enjoy tckin a high
school star in your bed?
Hiere's hoping that the noon whistle
dlies or gets well.
Laggards now commence the sees-
ter's work.
Akbout time to finish that scrap book.
"Rain; no game" tells the story.
SCURE io NEW 31EMIWRS IN
UNIO)N M1VBEWSHIP (CAMPAIGN
6011 t" mvea'ts. Gained by fork on Vai.
pus D Iurig VewIDays Since
Canvass Begnii
At the close of the camaign for
life members of the Union last night
45 new namies had been added to the
list. The total number of life mem-
bers now stands at 1630, 601 of these
having loen gained by the canvass of
the last few days. The oficials of the
campign expect the total to be even
larg.er before the end of the week, as
27 fraternity and i(0 independent lists
have not yet been reported.
The following names were added by
yesterday's canvass:
H. L. W. Bowles, '17;; W. E. lurby,
'17; R. D Chatflid, '16;ID. CV. Ed-
wards, '18; Prof. Frank R. Finch,
(Fac.) ; Andrew Gardella, '1; Fred
A. Gariepy, '61,-li orris Greenblatt,
'16P; Vm. O'Brian Henderson '16E;
L. P. 1 lenkel, '17; Mr. 11. .. lowell,
(Fa(,,); B. G. Krause, '18; H-. C. Ling,
'17G; W. H. Mills, 'U.; C. . Myers, '18;
R. IN Neeland, '16; W. J. Piggott, '18;
C. V. Sellers, '17; Prof.1. Leo Shar-
moan; II. F. Shaw, 416P; W. E. Talc6tt,
'16L; i-f, S. Taylor, '17; . S. Toplon,
'17; J.LCG. Tucker, 3r., '15L; T. D Wea-
ver, '16; E:.E.. Humipsch, '17; C. 5V;
Legenan, '16; G. 1. Lyman, '1E;
Maurice Nicholls, '17E; J. L. Whalen,
'17E; H. J: Spinning, '17; T. H. Conk-
lin,-'ISM1; D. W. Ogilbee, '6L; D. W,
Crabby, 'S; J. L Schmutz, '1S; I.
11. Polozkler, '16; W. G. Windle, Jr.,
'18; S. IR. Walper, '17; E. L. Goggin,
'15; Ri W. Browtn, '15,E; M. Woodward,
'16Pl; 11. W. Jones, '1; G. A. Chattle,
'15; E. S. .Walsh, Jr., '17; F. .
Weber, '163:
SENlIOR EN(-NEEI I 1O D IANCTE
AT 'i' d ON OI'IIRSDAY NIGHTU
Elaborate p reparations have been
made by Chairmnan F. W. Sheehy, '1,
for the dance to e given under the
auspices of the senior engineers
Thursday night at the Union. Wright's
saxophone trio from Columbus, Ohio,
hab en secured especially for this oc-
caion, and dancing will last- fron
9:00 until 2:00 o'clock. Tickets at $2
may be secured by calling 26 or from
any memnbr of the dance committee.
Prospetts for New 'Y' Building God
According to a statement issued by
W I. Tinker, secretary of the univer-
sity Y. M. C. A., prospects for the rais-
ing of the funds for the new associa-
tion tuilding are good. It will be
known definitely by October 1, wheth-
er or not the building will be begun

this Year.I

UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
FESTIVAL SWEETS
The talk of New Yfork
and Ann Arbor
Crane's anid Gilbertf
Unequaled Chocolates
,Quarry Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner. . State and North Uuiv ersity
'Umu 1e6 1, c Iflust
MRS. M. M. ROOT
Corner Maynard and William Streets

r

SENIORS- ATTENT'

p.

9000
ALL WORK GUARANTEErD

REC ORDS'
of Martinelli, McCormack, Hemnpel, Ober
and other Festival Artists
MA FESTIVAL LIBRETTOS

I

ORDER THEM NOW
VIS IIN C RD
$1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.50

FOR

sy

BE

"THE POPUL %R PLACE"
____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____I
ICE CREAM
AMATEUR FINISHING-
CAMPUS ViIEWS
PORTRAITS

Buy Now'
-1915 -
V~ade in America Merchandise
Our Stock Always Shows You
Something New
SI4ROEN"BROS.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you fair
124 S. MAIN
PHONE iooo

to Its

"RAD NOI(
THE NEW
ARROW
COLLAR
2 For 25 Cents.

ES & NI(
The only 6tudio on the Carr ;pus

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State St.

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OfficilI Photographers For The iMICHIGANENSIAN.

ph'Dime I'm "j

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Not all of those s-tudtents are super-
intendent- 1s who stand a, tround an&i
wVatch4the shirubbery wrlkmen.
Soleon? sugg .pests theat the National
Boa rd of Cnosip) is iadle up of
ultr--Liberal gents.
l as f'r;inroomy hbeen littering up
the iroom with these ' Frisco p~rosp~ect-
uses?

)ck of SPIAllg Footwear

complete
us show yotl

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II IAIS SNAVINII WAUR IN
Two, MINIJTS
Deo you know the Immersion water
Heater? It is a nickeled instrument
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 $3. oo at
Eastern Michigan Edisonl Co.
COR. MAIN and' WILLIAM STS.

lahr's 'Sh oe Stores
St. State St.

, rwKrsgrrr

c ura

Arb rae 'O
NEW ADDlTION
highCUi~ss. Livery

Rusi,;j botwbt

Phaeio

MAKE $15 A DAY During your Vacation
Introducti n_ our KING BUTTER SEPAR-
ATOR. P'rodu.ces best grade of butter from
cr eamn or miilk<, sweet or sour, in less than 5
minutes. Ev ery cow-oner needs one. Rke-
tails "i 1u1. "Sell fader than I can get
them," say A. S. ]_Klne:, Lone D~ell, Mo.
i':verybody Vwants5one ; ship 10 more ; this
oirer made in d cay," writes Bob ['arsons,
Celina, 'LGems. Write for free sample, salary
ai~d coflnmis~iont prujxositiui's.
DleKING MFG. CO., Dept. X 2, Chicago.

Largerfa Rt;k for

THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARKBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,0011.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,00.00
Wmn. J. Booth, Pres., Wm~krnold, Vice-Pres
John C. Waltz, Cashier, R. A.Beal, Asst' Cash
Wkhen you' break a- window glass,
telephone Switzer's hardware to "nave
it replaced.

528 E. Jefferson
or 515 E. Liberty

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