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THIiDMICHIGoAN 1 AlLT

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M EN who select their attire with punctilious care, with
an eye for exclusiveness and individuality as well
as quality, are invited to inspect our showing of all that
is new in Stein-Miock Smart Clothes, Hats and Haber-
dashery for warm 'weather.--a comprehensive assortment
to meet every need for town or city wear, for sport,
vacation, travel or every day., The little subtleties of style
presented in our apparel will be valued by those wo avoid
the comimouplace.

II ,o I i,FiglCo.

READY AT YOUR SERVICE

C rkrect S ring Attrefor Men

CAMPUS OATS, all colors -- $8.50 $40
STRAW HATS, - $1.00 to$40
PANAMAS, - - $5.00 to $10.00
LIGHT SERGE TROUSERS, - $4.00 to $6.08
Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery and Underwear
in u very large variety of approved styles

Stmt's

Baelm acaaais

$15 to $30
$12 to$25
$8 to $20

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Topcoats
Rainiicoats

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$8 to $18

Lindensehmitt, Aptel & Co.

DIE] E~RLE AND RUN DELL
TAILORS
MINTY-FOUR WUST FrORT STRFHT
DETROIT, MICHI.
FORMW;RZV WM. $. ,D1EtrMEL
SPRJING O1RDER STAKEN NOW11

ON* THlE WAY TO THE BANK
DON'T FORGET

DEANVSROASTED
PEANUTS' 1,C.*POUND

THEY SATISFY THAT
EMPTY FEELING

124 S. MAIN ST.

Seniors
ORDER THOSE

Engraved Cards
NOW

FROM

The Playcr-Schaircr Co.
12S. MAIN 'STREET

NOTICE
At its next meeting the board in con-
trol of student publications will choose
a business manager and managing edi-
tor for the Michiganensian. It is the
policy of the board in filling the posi-
tions on the publications under its
control to award thiem on the basis of
merit to those who have served in min-
or positions onl the pulication to
which the positions petain.
It sometimes happens, however, that
no one who has served on the p)ubli
cation during one year is eligible or
capable of filling one of the leadig
positions thereon for the ensuing year.
When either of these sets of circum-
stances arises the board finds it nec-
essary to consider outside cndidate,?.
This notice should not be considered
as an intimation that either of these~
situations will arise this year.
All applications for these positions
should be in the hands of Prof. F. N.
Scott on or before May 24, in order to
be considered. Each application should
contain a statement of the experience
of the applicant and should be accom-
panied by the applicant's eligibility
card and any letters of recommnenda-
tion which hie may have.
BOARD) IN CONTROL OF STUDENT
PUBLICATIONS.
165-66-6 !-ut9
NOTICE
An election for the purpose of se
lecting three student members of the
board in control of student publica-
tions will be held onf May 27 (hour
and place to be announced later). At
its meeting on May 17, 1915, the board
approved as candidates the folloing
nominees whose names will appear
on the offiial ballot at this election:
Adna R. Johnson, Werner W. Schroe-
der, Renville Wheat, Paul F. Thonmp-
son, Henry C. Rummell and Francis
T. Mack.
The. attention of the students in the
university is called to the fact that the
constitution of the board in control of
student publications permits the noi-
ination of any eligible student as can-
didate for any of these positions, by
filng with Professor F. N. Scott,
chairman of the board on or before
Monday, May 24, 4 :00 p. i., a petition
signed by at least 25 students in the
university asking that the name of
said student be placed on the official
ballot as a candidate for student men-
her of the board. Those whose namves
are thus proposed and approved by
this board shall be candidates at said
election in addition to those above
named.
The constitution of the board defines
eligibility to student membership as
follows: "All students in the univer-
sity shall be eligible to membership in
this board who. (at the time of taing
office) either by virtue of credit earn-
ed are entitled to the rating of sen-
iors in the departments in which they
are enrolled, or who have received a
degree with arts :college of the Uni-
versity of Michigan and are continuing
their studies in another college in the
university, who have complied with the
eligibility rules of their school or col-
lege and of the university governing
participation- in non-atletic activities
and who have resided in the university
for at least four semesters, provided
that no student be eligible to member-
ship in this board who either at the
time of his election to membership
therein or at the beginning of his term
shiall hold or be a candidate for any
salaried position on any publication
under- the control of this board."

BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT
PUBLICATIONS.

The bc:st bargain we
have ever given
A'--
STUDIO:
619 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1078-J

you find yourself confronted with the
uecessity of purchasinga trunk?

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Buy Indestructo
Baggage

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Temple 'Theatre
ADMISSON 5c.
(ozoo pt Friday anid Saturday)

CAP AND GOWN
PICTU RE S
Have them made at
IIOPPE STUDIO

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and you also get TRUNK SEVICE

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Mcu. May 24-- .leo Ridgley in "W'ariiiag
on tihe' Wail"
Tues. Maysai-"Club of the Black Mlask "
by Geo. Klinre.
Tfhurs. May 27-Charles Cliaput'an in
"Dough and lDynamnite"
My24-25, Mon.-Tues.-John B~arrymore
iAre You a Mason, q-part Paramount
May 26, Wt-d-Admiral van flouven in
Commnanding Officers, 7-part
May 2^-24, Thiir -Fri-Alice Dovey in
Sealed O0iders, -part Paramisount
May 214, Sat.-Thomias 11. Ince in The
Devil
,Arcz de Theatre
SHO WS: AFTERROONS .4:00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Mott, May 24--Afldrew Mack, the famn-
otis,,rish Comedy character-actor ini
"Thle Ragbcd harl"
'Tues. May 25--CharleS Chapin ill "By
the Sea" and a shorter leature
',Ved. May 26-1eati i. Miclie'ena ini a
Bret 1larte story, "ihe idly of Pover-
ty flat''

Every

Ihaestructo Trunk sold i6 guaran-
teed for five years' SERVICE

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Perrin's Spring Glove~s.

Beautiful Spring Neckwear

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The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery and otlwr Quality Fixings

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fNo nle atteconditionsI
it is calleduont et I

Fine Spring Bab rdtashery

It yon 'decide to buy trunk service-guaranteed,
-t a ol el n yan In destructo Trunk

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nee quarters iur RManahattan Shirts, $1.50 to $4.00

7 "tne: Bag Store

200-242
South Main, St.

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fAQU VIATIC .r 11CUB 1[..+.MBERS WORK~
FOR REGATTA PREPARATIONS
(Continued from page 1)
and the general, work on the grounds.
Practically all 'of the campus socie-
ties have promised to be on hand with
brilliant floats. Japanese lanterns
have been arranged for in order to
light up the _grounds at night. Larr-
terns will also deck the prow of each
canoe on the river. The parade of so-
cieties will start somewhat later in
the evening this year, than at former
regattas, so that darkness may set off
the color effects to better advantage.
Almost daily reports are received as
to the progress of practice by the
crews of the Detroit and Grand Rapids
boat clubs. Each city is sending men
for races in eights, fours, doubles and
singles, beside special trains for root-
Iers.

Look at our Sbow Windows for
CANDY .41IATIS
Every day in the week.
104 S. Alai St.

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t U Real Year
legs ' Round Comfort
NO RUBBER in this lIg band. The°
anl NY 1 T'l IINDlNGt. No tmetal Con-
t, one~hall ounce. it you don t find it,
i's we'll send sample pair. postpaid..
A. 25c; double grip. 35c; silks 5c.
FROST CO.. Makers. Boston, Mlass.

Matinee, 3 P. M. Nights, 78:30
Mon.-TUues., May 24-25 --Valli Valli iii
"The Hight Road," Mrs. Fis's famuous
success, 5 parts, and lathe News
Wed.-Thur.. May 2-2-Willial" tarnuni
in "A Gilded Fool," Nat Goodwin's
stage success, 5-pt, and az good comxedy
Fri,-Sat., May 28-29---Jolm W.Rnuskiu pre-
seuts amazingly close to niature pic-
tures of Animals, Reptiles, lBirdls,
found in the Arctic, Africa, India, Auis-
tralia, and So. Amierica; the result of
seven years work and lives of six sness
Ladies' Souvenir Matinee, Tue. and Fri.
School Children's cMatince, Sat., So.
ALL SEATS TBEN CENTS
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking

om enen ift
IN
CLD, SILVERAN LEATHER
Are most acceptable and ea.sy to snail.
An Ideal Gift For a Man
A Weatch, Chain and Cold Knife or Pencil
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STATE STREE'T JEWELERS

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R1RES'l STtDI", tLs ON CHAR%
OF BALL1 PLAYING IN STREETS
Indulgence in the national pastime
tu ;ed the arrest of six students-yes-
rday mHorning. Those who wei e
unld violating the city ordinance by.
aying ball in the street were: Ed-
ard Knuff, '17, Paul Godehn, '15L, HI.
Lange, '16, J. L. Blandinig, '16, Kirk
otter, '14, and H. WV, Wickett, '17P,
'e chief of' police dismissed the cas
ith a warning to abstain from this
actice in the future. A local ordi-
ance provides a fine not exceeding
0 and costs, and an in-prisonmnent of
)t more than 30 days for offenders.
feet your tug of wNal and pushball
ictures at Hoppe's.
LAWYERS ATTENTION.
I have been located in a Montana
minty seat for 27 years. Have made,
n an average, for 15 years, $2,000 per
ear. My health is bad, and I will
ave to go to a lower altitude. Have
.library that cost about $2,000. It is
.Good library. Modern. Have $250
' off(_e furniture. WVill sell library
r cost and furniture for $250. Will
ay for a few weeks and introduce
n(rto cliets. If you have the mion-

Wright ,& Ditson and hand-made ten-
nis balls. 3 for $1.00, at Switzer's, 310
State.

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Special Design
Cloths
From $28.00 to $40:00
ALL MADE IN OUR OWN SHOP

Best values in tennlis
Switzer's,, 310 State.

rackets at

NOTrICE
UnIion INomn ies:

University Ave.
and toilet articles.

Pharmacy 'Drugs
Phone 415. U

When you break a window glass,
telephone Switzer's Hardware to have
it replacod.
Call 106 for large flat racks for in-
itiating parties.
University Ave. Pharmr.acy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
a~na Tobacco. ti
FOR SALE-Established Dental prac-
tice. Address Box G, Care Daily.
FOR RENT-One store and twvo small
steam-heated apartmewnts. 604 E. Lib-
erty. J. K. Malcolm. 1713-M or 1661-
J. tf
FOR RENT-For sumnmer and year
school. Some of best rooms in Ann
Arbor. Exceptionally well furnish-
ed, Price right. 522 Monroe. 990-4.
168-9-70

President: Harry G. Gault, '115-'171,;
and William C. Mullendore, '16k .
Recording secretary: Louis M.
Bruch, '161.0; .Johun W Fi,,kens-taedt,
'16; and Earl D. McKinley, '16.
Vice-pr'esident for the literary col-
log e: James B. Angell, 2nd, '16; R~us-
sell S. Collins, '16; mnd David R. Bal-
lentine, '16.
Vice-president fo r the engineering
college; Francis T. Mack, '16H; -ow-
ard H.. Phillips, '16E; and Don ald A.
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HENRY & CO.
711 N. University Ave.

WMA
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Vi'-'P reilt aor the I.avSchool
\.Schroeder, '1611:
Vice-president for t he Meodical
School; Josehi 1. T-rnall, '118M; rand
WlimJ. Egan, 'GM.
Vice,-presidenit for the coine'ld
schools and colleges: Hl.C. Allen, '1611;
E-dwin \V. Cryvsl, ', ';and(]Frank ,J.

tion -l rule against campaigning for
filO i7liof'e and pj~ledge ,ouriselves not
to canvatssi ;for, solicit or pledge votes
or countenance or allow, so far as it is
Iwithin our polyer, our friends to do the
(Signed)
R'DI . TI TURSTON, '151., cair-
rinofthe noiaig committee.

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Summer Vacation

If. you are going to the lakes or resorts tape a Victrola
along -- just the thing for the summer cottage.'
It's dandy for canoe trips, too--our $15 Victrola fits in nicely
with your pillows - and the music sounds fine over the' water.
Terms to Snit the Buyer
GRINNIELL BROS.
122 LIBERTY -STREET

Cail~tLC i'ldiaei d m tht 'd 1or LUnion oh'-
adted the ollowiing statemient to be
Si;ed h1 y all those running fo off)((ie:
"We the undersigned c'anidateilIs 1for
off'icers of the Mdichiig an union, here-j
bt exi's urelvess s uppjortingt
the liradthe, spirit of the tradi-

\xA''l )- ~ioefirst class hustling
ltuth ui to organizeo our seilling force
amlong 4the Situdents who wish Sum11
;i, i twok. Our Star Clothes Line
!Reeil best selling specialty on mar-
het today. Quick sales. Big profits.
Crganizers make $100 monthly easy.
Wri te i nnedliately for proposition,
~' hoclesale Suopply Co., Grand Rap-
; s, Michl.

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