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May 29, 1915 - Image 2

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TiE MICHIGA~N DAILY

SEE FOR YOURSELF
if 'our garments do not bear. out our
contention that wedare originators and
money savers. We purchase cloth in
large quantities and have the work done
under our own personal supervision.
Our cutters follow your measurements to
a fraction of an inch and with a fitting
the result is a perfect suit for you!

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100 Cards fronPlate, 90c.

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TIME TABLE.
Cars for Detroit-7:ro
6:So p. m., also 8:1o
-5:40 a. m., 6:o6 a. in.,
to 6:,6 p. n.,47:06 p.
p. m., an. 10:45 P. m.
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Saturday is the
First Day of
the
JUNE SALE
oF
Fine leies

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official 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, $250; by mail, $2.so. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96
Editorial Office Phone 244
11. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor'
W. Sherwood Field.......Business Managet
Fred Foulk...................News Editor
F. F. McKinney...........Associate Editor
Chester H. Lang..........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping..........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
fohn Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofmn Arthur H. Torrey
Night Editors
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
Torn C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
Edwin A. Hyman
J C. B. Parker Vera Buridge
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
I. A. Fitzgerald Edward P. Wright
L. Greenebaum William F. Newton
Henley Hlll Leonar W. Nieter'
Lee Joslyn Eugene L. Bulson
Waldo A. Hunt
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler'
Kirk White C. T. Fishleigh
J. J-Herbert
SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1915.
Night Editor-J. C. B. Parker.
CRITICISM VERSUS MUCKERISM.
From time to time reports have fil-
tered out from sources unof-
ficially connected with the uni-
versity, of certain advertised courses
which, supposed to be under the per-
sonal direction of prominent
members of the faculty, have
been literally sublet to unknown
instructors and other new members of
the faculty.. As a whole these reports
have been without foundation, and in
justice to the men who have the direc-
tion of the academic portion of uni-
versity's activity, such reports should
bo quieted for all time.
Last year, according to an official
of the engineering college, a disgrunt-
led student who had been suspended
for insubordination wrote to the state
legislature protesting against the
practice above referred to, and there-
by discrediting his alma mater. On
investigation it was found that his
statements were absolutely false. This
srt of thing does not characterize the
real Michigan man. Genuine criticism
of existing methods is always welcom-
ed, and further, it is sought. However,
there is a distinction between nmck-
raking and honest criticism.
Now to think of what to tell the
folks you did with all those books you
put on your expense account.
And to find an appropriate place to
store those pictures which you don't
dare take home.
At least a fewv sneaked around and
asked the circus man for a summer
job.
Time to reply to some of those in-
sistent letters from local merchants.
Some enterprising person ought to
start that cap-and-gown fad again.

Goodness only knows who won the
Daily-Gargoyle game.
Now that the freshies have come to
own the campus-
Seniors need feel little hesitancy
about leaving.
Arranged your schedule of studying,
y""?

SENIORS- ATTENTION
ORDER THEM NOW
VISITING, CARDS
$1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.50
100 CARDS FROM YOVK PLATE
90c.
ALL WORK GVARANTEED

and White Goods

An annnal event of luch concern
to Frat rnities, Clubs and Board-
ing Houses.
Shamrock Irish Table Linens and
Napkins are easily the main feat-
ure of the Sale.

Congratulations are cheaper
votes.

The reductions amount
to aconsiderable aving

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The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $3oo,ooo Surplus $ioo,ood
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.
:raun, Asst. Cash'r, Win. Waltz, Asst, Casi'r
Savings Devt._V
F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Phone 2226
PRESSING adG dCdhdFou
NiOLOSlS BY FIRE

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And this is May.
Grace Fletcher, '16, Frances Way,
'17, and Anna Lloyd, '18, have been
elected representatives of next year's
senior, junior, and sophoniore classes
respectively, on the judiciary council.
Marie von Walthausen, '18, won
first place in the archery contest at
the annual Field Day for women held
yesterday. Ruth Bellows, '18, was her
nearest competitor. The junior-senior
baseball game resulted in a score of
16 to 2 in favor of the juniors.
* *
Captains of the women's baseball
teams are: 1915, Ada Inglis; 1916,
Madge Meade; 1917, Janet McFar-
lane; 1918, Margaret Young. The fin-
al game for the championship will be
played at 4:00 o'clock Wednsday,
June 2, between the freshman and
junior teams. *
"The Arrow-Maker" will rehearse at
1:00 o'clock this afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall, instead of at the
time previously announced.
Masques will meet to elect new
members at 11:00 o'clock this morn-
ing in Newberry hall. Dues for the
year must be paid up at this time.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB ELECTS
NE IWOFFICERS ANID DIIEcTOilS
New officers of the Cosmopolitan
club were chosen Thursday night at the
final program of the club held in Sarah
C'aswel Angell hall. William Robert-
son, '161), was elected president of the
arganization for next year. Eight di-
rectors were chosen, two faculty mem-
bers, four student members and two
business men.
Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, and Prof. C.
P. Wagner were elected to the direc-
torate from the faculty, while W. C.
Achi, '17L, Fred B. Foulk, '13'1L, 0.
T. Kreuser, '17, and T. C. Lieu, '15,
were the students chosen, and A. E.
Jennings and 1. L. Switzer, the busi-
nless men. Preceding the election the
Fourth international program was held,
consisting in Hawaiian music and
talks.
Senate Considering Military Training
Military training for undergradu-
ates is at present receiving consider-
ation in the university senate. No def-
inite action has been taken or plans
formulated. It was discussed before
the regents in their last meeting but
no definite expression was made at
that time.
taise Outing Funds at Pennsylvania
Contributions to the "Kid to the
Country" campaign being conducted
at the University of Pennsylvania
reached a total of $440.11 Tuesday. A
goal of $750 has been set, which will
be enough to afford 250 youngsters a
week of camp life this summer.

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just received a complete
new lot of these coats.
It may be of interest to
know that these garments
are tailored to shape; a
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to the young man's ward-
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