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garments do not bear out our
.ion that wedare originators and
savers. We purchase cloth in
uantities and have the work done
our owen personal supervision.
ters follow your measurements to
on of an inch and with a fitting
ult is a perfect suit for you!

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THE MICHIGAN D AIILVI
IOfficial 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,' cot. Packard and State.
Business dOffice Phone 960
editorial Office Phone 2414 ,
11. Beach Carpenter.......Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk.....................News Editor
F. F. McKinney...........Assudiate Editor
Chester H. Lang..........Associate Editor
T. Hawley 'apping.........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. 'orr'y
Night Editors
.rame M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
Tom C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
Edwin A. llyman

Now
ighit.
Just
tos.

boy back home.
Did lyou observe her at Observatory
Glen?

you know what is it-Lantern
when you'd learned to dance

Started that packing yet?

SENIORS- ATTENTIOI
ORDER THEM NOW
VISITING.,CARDS
$1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.50
100 CARDS FROM YOR. PLATE
90C.
ALL WORK OVARANTEED
WAHR'S T OK S
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

RS

CARDS
ea (! e : ! '7W Q2ma nnA'

$2.OU,

Plate,

$1,50, $2.75, $3.00 -
90c.
ans
RR St

Saturday is the
First Day of
the
JUNE SALE
of
Fine Linens

a. m.,
n.. and

and White Goods

Au annual event of much concern
to Fraternities, Clubs and Board-
ing Houses.
Shamrock Irish'Table Linens and
Napkins are easily the main feat-
ure of the Sale.

J. C. B. Parker Reporters . Vera Burridge
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
H. A. Fitzgerald Edward P. Wright
L. Greenebaum William F. Newton
Henley ,11 ill Leonard W. Nieter
Lee Joslyn Eugene L.. Bulson
Waldo R. Hunt
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Krk White C. T. Fishleigh
J. J- Herbert
THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1915.
Night Editor-Conrad N. Church.
THESES AND THESJ'S.
Theses are being overdone. There
are theses for this course and theses
for that. The thesis used to have some
standing as a perfectly respectable
parer which was the product of long
research. Now it is something that
has got to be lived through in almost
any undergraduate course. Often it
is trivial and seldom is it anything
more than a perfunctory grouping of
words, words, words.
Some courses are bound up in the
semester thesis. They exist for it.
Others have the thesis as a side-line.
.he sure formula for making a course
digified is to attach a thesis. Thqses
are sometimes useful,-particularly in
courses where students are old or se-
rious enough to use their heads. In
most literary courses, however, they
are a farce. Their only function seems
to be to make difficult a course which
might otherwise be inexcusably soft
and flabby.
When seeking an excuse for the ex-
istence of this coluthn, remember that
it got a prof provoked enough to omit
a mid-semester.
One wit remarks that if you want to
see the stulent council a stable insti-
tution, you'll have to wait 'til the cows
come home.
The old-fashioned freshman is he
who begs your pardon when he col-
lides with you at the Union.

Class representatives for next year
on the judiciary council will be elect-
ed in th( corridors of the general li-
brary from 10:00 o'clock until 5:00
o'clock Loday. Any university woman
inay vote. The candidates are: 1916,
Marion Stowe, Jessie Spence, Grace
Fletcher; .1917, Frances Way, Lillian
Carnegie, Irene Lichtman; 1918, Anna
Lloyd, Marion Holden, Helen Nipps.
* * *
Sophomore women, who are mem-
bers of Deutscher Verein, will meet in
the Verein rooms at 4:15 o'clock today
to elect officers for next year's junior
section.
* * *
The regular meeting of Stylus,
which was to have been held this ev-
ening, has been postponed till next
week.
Junior women who wish to be con-
I;iodered for the wonven's editorship of
The Michigan Daily next year are ask-
( to submit their names at once to
Vera Burridge, telephone 452.
* * ,*
Field day for university Women will
be celebrated this afternoon on The
new field opposite 'arbour gymnasi-
um, with an archery contest at 3:00
o'clock and the junior-senior baseball
game at 4:00 o'clock.
4fEV IANICAL IENGI NEERS WILL
0. E. prunt and A. J. Vincent, two
engineers from therplant of the Pack-
ard Motor Car company of Detroit,
will speak before the next meeting of"
the student branch of the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers at
":00 o'clock next Wednesday night in
room 348 engineering building. The
engineers will bring with them a 1916
model 12 cylinder Packard, and af-
ter a talk on, "The Latest Tendencies
n Automobile Designing," the machine
will be inspected by the society in the
automobile laboratory of the engineer-
ing college. The lecture and inspec-
tion will be open to the general public.
Clicago Firm Offers $1,500 for Essays
Through the generosity of a Chicago
firm, a committee composed of Prof.
J. L. Laughlin, of the University of
Chicago, Prof. J. B. Clark, of Colum-
bia, Prof. H. C. Adams, of the Univer-
ity of Michigan, Mr. Horace White,
of New York city and Prof. E. F. Gay,
of Harvard, has been able to offer a
first prie of $1,000 and a second prize
of $500 for the two best economic es-
says written by an undergraduate of
any American college. A list of avail-
able subjects may be found at the gen-
oral library.

En C. FLANDERS
iTAILORmu
209 E. LIBERTY ST., ANN ARBOR, MICH.
EVERY thinking man realizes the importance of
presenting a good appearance. Well tailored
clothes give you that mark of distinction, they
cost no more, than the ordinary kind.
Let me show you what it means to get SMART S1YLE
and C O R R E C T F I T cut and moulded to your figure,
with shapely lines.
I have the latest correct fashions, the choice of all wool
fabrics in all the new colorings and very reasonable prices
to quote you now.
Another thing; if you order before I am too busy, I can
give every little detail the attention required, it's never wise
to rush, for it takes time to do good work.
COME IN AND LET ME SHOW YOU THE VALUES I OFFER

ARTISTIC TAILORING

UP-TO-DATE STYLES

MODERATE PRICES

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PURE WOOL FABRICS

The reductions amount
to aconsiderable saving

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The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,ooo Surplus $100,000
Resources $3.000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. E. Hicock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
Cash'r, W D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
raun, Asst. Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. 'Cash'r
Savings Det.
F. L. HALL, 514 E.'William
Phone 2226
PRESSING anods Deiverd r
NOLOSS BY FIRE

9
ANS-Flyo' pipes
P with VELVET, an'a
V'-L"pull", for the home f
team.,
A complete line of Drug Sundries
Quality and Prices Right
LET US S FOW YOU
ALBERT MANN, Successor to
MANN & WALKER 213 S Main Street
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Music may have charms, but some
find that flowers and candy are also
effective.
The fellow with ink on his fingers
may have had a fight with roomy--or
a thesis.
You could scarcely believe that some
sororities are keeping column clip-
pigs.
Not all are safe who dope it out that
they won't be called on again.
Who'll start a Sunday night jitney
bus to Ypsilanti?
Soon she'll start to tell you of theE

Postpone Military Training Question
Definite action in regard to military
training in the university was post-
poned by the university senate, at a
recent meeting of that body. The com-
mittee on the subject was continued,
and requested to make a complete re-
port at the first meeting of the senate
to be held next fall.

urchfield & Co.
in offer you the finest and
ailoring service to be had in
ate, with no exception.
ig dress is our specialty.

.. i- ".

hfield

&Co.
106 E. HURON ST.

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