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TAX MICHIGAN iLAILY

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MIEN 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-Bloch 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 commonplace.

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel

READY AT' YOUR SERVICE

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Correct Spring Attire for Men

Suits

$15 to $30
$12 to $25

Balmacaans

Topcoats
Raincoats

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. $8to$18

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DIETERLE AND RUNDEL L
TAILORS
NINTYFOUR WRST FORT STREET
DETROIT, MICH.
FORMERLY WM. X. DIETERL
SPRING ORDERS TAKEN NOW

MIofmmunictaior
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Your issue of May 29 contains the
following: "Class credit at Ohio State
university will be withheld from all
students who have outstanding debts
at the end of a semester. Rigid en-
forcement of the rule now would pre-
vent 100 seniors from graduating."
It may interest students, seniors par-
ticularly, to learn that this is a revival.

GAP AND GOWN
PICTU RES
Have them made at
HlOPPIB STUDIO

Headquarters ir Manhattan Shirts, $1.50

Perrin's Spring Gloves.

Beautiful Spring Neckwear

Fine Spring Haberdashery

The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery and other Quality Fixings

The best bargain we
have ever given
STUDIO:
619 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1078-J

You find yourself confronted with the
necessity of purchasing a trunk?

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ON THE WAY TO THE BANK
DON'T FORGET
DEAN'S F R E S #i
ROASTED
PEANUTS J1C A FULL
P POUND

THEY SATISFY THAT
EMPTY FEELING

124 S. MAIN ST,

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ORDER ThOS E

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NOW

FROM

Ti Mayc-rSchalrer-Co.
112 S. MAIN STREET

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i JORNALr3UIDING DETRMT MCHIGAN
A iTEST 3ENGrdAVERS I t

in a somewhat different form, of a very
old custom. The terms "pluck,"
"plucked," "plucking," areonly too fa-
miliar to those of us who have been
or are undergraduates. They originat-
ed at the University of Oxford, and in
connection with "outstanding debts."
The tradesmen of the city were priv-
ileged to be present at Commencement
and, if they noticed any graduate who
was indebted to them, they "plucked"
him by the sleeve of the gown as he
marched to the platform. This was
sufficient to prevent the Vice-Chancel-
lor from conferring the degree. Hence
the term "pluck." The O. S. U. plan,
while less theatrical, will doubtless be
as effective, and it seems fairer.
R. M. WENLEY.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Will the U. of M. Daily give space
for a communication, which, it seems
to me, is of vital interest to every
law-abiding student, as well as to all
student organizations, having interest
in the proper conduct of the student
body?
Since the inception of Cap Night
there has been only one year that I
have not suffered damage to a consid-
erable extent' from lawless trespass
upon the grounds of my home. To re-
pair this financial damage has cost
from five to ten dollars each year.
Last year through the earnest efficient
help of the president of the student
council, who sent men to warn the
students not to trespass and who at
the meeting publicly asked the
student body to respect property
rights: we escaped.
Is it right? Is Cap Night worth the
damage and expense that it has caus-
ed me alone for this period of years?
Is an institution worth while where
the slogan of its youngest participants,
those in honor of whom the celebra-
tion is given, is, "What in Hell do we
care?", a sentiment in accord with the
conduct of the body.
Perhaps I should feel and resei'
this treatment less keenly, if I had not,
through a long period of years, given
the best there is in me towards the
faithful discharge, in public and pri-
vate, of duty to the student and his in-
terest. MARION CORA GOODRICH.
C ANI IA TH'IIURSD)A Y A 1"E RNOON
Members of the Girls' Glee club un-
der the direction of Nora Hunt, will
present a cantata entitled, "A Garden
of Japan," or "The Rose and the Laur-
el," at 4:15 o'clock, next Thursday af-
te noon, in Frieze Memorial Hall. The
soloists for the affair are Inez M.
Goze, '17, who will take the part of
the rose, and Emma E. Knoepp, '16,
who will take the part of the laurel.

Mon. Tutes. June i-Edmund Breese in
The Shooting of Dan McGrew, from
the poem by Robert W. Service. Pathe
News.
Wedt.'Thurs. 2-3-Betty Nansen (The
Royal Actress) in Anna Karenina
(and a good comedy)
Fri. Sat. 4-5-Blanche Sweet and Henry
B. Walthall in D. W. Griffith's pro-
duction The AvengingConscience.
Ladies' Souvenir Matinee, Tue. and Fri-
School Children's Matinee, Sat., 5.
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS

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Matinee, 3 P. M.

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Temple Theatre
ADMISSION Sc.
(except Friday and Saturday)
Mon.-Trhe Thumb Prints on The Safe.
The Railroad Raiders of "62"
Tues.-"H is Musical Career"-Charlie
Chaplin. European Armies in Action
Wed.- "Return of Morris Donnelly"
with Leah Bird.

and you also get TRUNK SERVICE
Every Indestructo Trunk sold is guaran-
teed for five years' SERVICE
No matter what the conditions
it is called upon to meet
If you decide to buy trunk service-guaranteed
-it can only be obtained by ,buying
an Indestructo Trunk

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The Big Store'

200-202
South Main.St.

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Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45;9:15
Mon. May 31-THOMAS JEFFERSON
in "Rip Van Vinkie"
Thurs. June z-MRS. LESIlji CARTER
in "Du Barry" Six parts.
Wednes. June 2-Willian A. Brady pres-
ents WILLIAM ELLIOTT in "Woman
and Wine"
Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Mon. 'nes.-'Fritzi Sebeff in "Pretty
Mrs. Smith"
Wed.-"She Stoops to Conquer"
Thurs. Fri. - Rita Jolivet in "THE
UNAFRAID"
Saturday-"Jane Eyre"
NOTICE-The party who took Balma-
can from the porch railing of the
house next to the Delta is known
and to avoid trouble please return
the same. 74-75-76
Phone 2350. City Taxi Co. tf
WANTED-An experienced typist to
work during summer vacation. Ed-
vards Bros. 74-75
Get prices on china with your mon-
ogram on at 214 S. Main St.
WANTED-Ten engineers to handle
auto specialty. Temporary and per-
manent positions. A practical ne-
cessity and sure seller. - Address X
care Daily.

Look at our Show Windows for

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CANDY SPECIALTIES
Every day in the week.
THE SUGAR BOWL
104 S. Main St.

S-TIC
Nights, 7.8:30

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Baggage

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Commencement Gifts
IN
COLD, SILVER AND LEATHER
Are most acceptable and easy to mail
In Ideal Gift For a ,Nan
A Watch, Chain and Cold Knife or Pencil
H ALLER JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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Engraved Cards
$1.25
$1.75
$2.75
These prices Include 100 Cards
and Plate
Davis & Ohlinger
Prompt Printers
109-il E. WASHINGTON
Phone 432.4

LOST--Black hand h-ag containing
keys and two small coin purses at
Observatory Glen on cap night. Find-
er please call 2224.
LOST-Small-sized note book with
leather cover. Nam e on inside. Who
found it Please call me 906.
LOST-A jeweled S. A. E. pin some-
time Thursday. Finder call Miller
at 189 and receive reward.
WANTED -2Lady wants position to;
take ha-rge of rooming or sorority
hoziae f'or next year. Mrs. L. A.
Lthr,a 4950 Second Ave., Detroit.
ANT ED-Rooms in house for six
men for next year. Houses with no
othei- students preferred. Address
L, ca re Daily.
WAN'ED-Position in fraternity by
experienced lady' cook (white). Ref-
erenccs, Miss J. 'athews 215 Glenn,
Horse and ruinl'bouts, everything
new, complete livery. Phove 106.

TAI LORS

Special Design
Cloths
From $28.00 to $40.00
ALL MADE IN OUR OWN SHC
HENRY & CO.
711 N. University Ave.

TagDay Postponed by Welfare League
Tag day, which was to be conducted
yesterday by the Michigan Child Wel-
fare. league, has been postponed to
some future date, owing to the inclem-
ent weather.

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City Taxi Co.

Phone 2350.

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Special designs in fraternity
at 214 S. Main St.
Call taxi. Phoe21350.

china

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Wright & Ditson and hand-made ten-
nis balls. 3 for $1.00, at Switzer's, 310
State.
WANTED-5 salesmen for summer
work. Only those meaning busi-
ness need apply. Address 1. M. care
Daily.
10c rents a kodak today. Lyndon.
For fraternity or sorority. Best lo-
cated place in the city. Will ac-
commodate 20 to 25. Warren Agen-
cy. 301 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 303-J. * 74-75

Open Sundays 9:30 to 4:

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Let The Victrola Furnish The Music

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Shoes repaired while you r
Andres, 222 8. Stat( St.
University Ave. Pharmacy
and toilet articles. Phonu 416.
When you break aindow
telephone SwijLz.er's Hardware t
it replacl.
A pot of Orange Pekoe alwa
tap at the Tea Room of the Jam,
ter iouse of Art.
FOR RENT-One store and two
steam-heated apartments. 604
erty. J. K. Malcolm. 1713-M c
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A large lino of China and glassware
for fraternity use at Dean & Co., Ltd.,
214 S. Main St.

You will enjoy an outing or a little home gathering much
more if you have a Victrola as your entertainer. A little one for
Fifteen dollars will do very nicely for the summer months, when
Fall comes you can trade it in on a better one.
There is a difference khere you buy your Victrola just come
in some time this week and let us explain the difference to you.
JUNE RECORDS ARE NOW ON SALE
GRINNELL BROS. East Liberty Street
"Terms to suit the buyer"

encement gifts of college and Commencement ,lolections, a thous-
Iry, the largest and richest se- and carefuly 'chos en art objects at the
2t the Foster House of Art. tf James Foster -tHou e of Art.

Drop in after the game or after play-
ing tennis and try a 5c soda. Van
Doren's Pharmacy, 703 Packard St. tf.

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