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TH1E MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Mlonday during the university year.
Enitered at the post-office at Ann Arbor a
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Buding. Sub
by carrier, $2.o; by mail, $2.5. Want a.
stations:. Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H
-Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 9",o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
li. Beach Carpenter....... Mangng Editot
W.'Sherwood Field....... Busness Manag:
FredJ Fulk...... ...............News Edi'ir
F. F. MKinney.........Associate EditorS
Chester FL Lang ..........Associate Editor
T. Hawley 'appig......... Sporting EditorJ
Assistants to Business Maager
loon, Leonard Ry Leffler
Rudolph I-bin.o Arthur H. Torrey
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvesterj
Tom C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
Edwin A. Hyman
JC. B. Parker Vera Burridge
Irwin Johnson . erald Rosenbaum
H. A. Fitzgerald Edward P. Wright
L. Greenebaumn' William F. Newton
Henley Hlull Leonard W. Nieter
'Naldo R. Hunt E_. D. Sater
Lee Joslyn Eugene L. Bulson
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Krk White C. T. Fishleigh
Tbmcher Rea J . J. Herbert
SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1915.
Night Editor-Verne E. Burnett
Most of the high school boys have
gone. The unfortunate thing is that
most of them have probably gone for
good. Michigan doesn't matriculate
enough of the boys who attend its in-
terscholastic. or some reason, they
go oft' to other colleges. Sometimes
it is a money consideration or the
equivalent. More frequently it is sim-
ply the easiest way. The star drifts
into that university which seems most
Without going into the business ofj
tempting athletes to come to Michigan,1
a good deal can. nevertheless be dom
to attract track talent in a legitimatet
way. Write letters to the boys you
met. Tfell them about the university
and about its great athletic history.
Get in the personal element. Make
them feel. that they will be welcome.
here. Many an undecided high school
boy has been~ induced to enter on the
strength of one man who took a littlet
-more than ordinary interest in him. A
letter sent right now may turn the
It will take a heap of good inten-
tions now to make you work when Me- .
morial Day finally comes around.
You can figue that the man who'
tosses up the package in offering you
a cigarette has only one left.
Guess who says: "I never went to
any house parties, boy, in all my col-1
The fellow who takes things as they1
come may have an exam on the second
The home brand of fudge doesn't
grow any sweeter as the days slip by.
Midnight quartets may remember '
that Martinelli got his start that way.
Provided they promise not to take
this as a sign of encouragement.
These are the joyous days when oldi
clothes are made in a hurry.
IGet some pins some way or other,
U ORDER THIEN[ NOW
$1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.50
At 10: 30, sermon by Mr. Loring on
"The Western Conference Meeting and
the New Type of Liberal Religion."
At 11: :45 the Social Service Class,
with paper on "Mothers' Pensions," by
Mrs. H. G. Burnham; discussion open-
ed by Mrs. Bodmer,' the Probation
At 6:30 the Young People's Society
discusses "Our Religion," and has a'
Picnic Supper on the grounds of Prof.
Langley, 2037 Geddes Avenue, if the
weather is warm and pleasant; other-
wise in the Church Parlors.
ALL WORK OVAIRANTEEDl']
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORY
The talk of New. York
and Ann Arbor
Crane's a i Gilbert's
before venturing homeward.
"All's well" comies by spells
Quarry Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner.
5tate and North University
of best Quality
at Moderate Rates
nom - See}
0. D. MCORRIL L
(Over Baltimore Lunch)
S. State 5t. Phone 582.j
Some term it music intoxication.
While others had the price.
Senior society has elected the fol-
lowing junior w=omen to membership:
Berenice Hannan, Ruth Kreger, Sel-
ma Lindell, Ada Pierce, Bessie Platts,
Lena Potter, Emilie Sargeant, _Marga-
ret Stewart, Donna Sullivan, Helen
Vandeveer. The initiation will be held
+Wednesday, June 2.
Senior and junior women will meet
~at 5 :00 o'clock tomorrow in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall to plan the tra-
ditional Lantern Night march and
ceremony, which will be held immredi-
ately following the Greek dancing fes-
tival on Wednesday evening. Mary
Lewis, '15, s in charge.
Marion McPherson, '15, general
chairman, has posted the schedule for
Senior Play rehearsals netxt week. All
the cast partI in 411 the acts will
rehearse at 7:00 o'clock Monday,
Thursday and Saturday, in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
Costumed in the var -colored Greek
robes designed by Helen Dow, '16,
and made under her supervision, the
participants in the Persephone and
Demeter fete rehearsed yesterday to
the now completed orchestral arrange-
ment of old folk dance music and orig-
inal compositions by' Ellen Sargeant,
'16, and Russell Mills, '18.
In case of inclement weather the
fete will be held Thursday evening,
May 27, and if that is impossible, on
Tuesday, June 1.
Uion Labor D~epartment Offers Work
Two board jobs for colored students
are open at the Union employment, bu-
reau. Several odd jobs have been dis-
tributed during the past three days,
but lack of patrons wishing student
labor is still hampering the depart-
MRS. M. M. ROOT
Corner' Maynard and William Streets
Sting by Hempel and Martinelli are all to be had on
Every Victrola owner should hear them.
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Do 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. oa at
Eastern Michigan Edison Co.
COR. MAIN and WILLIAM STS.
Main St..* State St.
Ann r ETxiCo.
High AFss Livery
La rge Fla Racks for
Pictures of groups around tlag pole
LOST-Gamma Phi Beta pin Friday ev-
ening. Finder please call 2316-J and
Knitted Coats-Better tailored-
just received-Wagner & Co., State. St.
10c rents a kodak today. Lyndon.
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We desire to thank the 1918 class
for waiting for s to tak-e ia picture at
the auditorium yesterday. Dameis d&
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