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T a3 ICHIG6AN DAILY

WELL SUITED
L~ f Thos(, are the, words. Every customer
TAILOR is wvell suited on the back: and in his
pocket that leaves our Tailoring Par-
lors. The newest patterns a mani can
wear are here in sufficient diversity
-- :i " to please thie most fastidious, anti also
the very latest fabrics.

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THE MICHIGAN DAIL.Y 1
Official newspaper at the U.niversity of
Mtichigan. Published every morning except
Mondlay during the university year.
Entered at the .post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cot. Packard and State.
Business Offce Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter........ Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........ Business Manager
Fred _Foulk....................News Editor
F. F. McKinney....... .. Associate kEditor
Chester H. Lang..........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping.......... Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Matnager
John Leonard Ray Leff ler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
Night Editors
james M. Barrett, Jr. 14. Rodizers Sylvester
T'om C. Reid Howard R: Marsh
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
Edwin A. Hlyman
Reporters
J. C. B. Parker Vera Burridge
Irwin johnsoti (>rald Rosenbauin
Hl. A. 'Fitzgerald Edwardl P. Vvrijght
L. Greenehaurn William F.-'N\ewton
Henley F-tll Leonard W. Nieter
Lee Joslyn Eugene L. Bulson
Waldo R. Hunt
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altshejer
[Kirk White C. Ti. Fishleigh
J. J- Aerbert
TUESDAY; JUNE 1, 1915.
Night Editor---E. P. Wright.

Order your

VISITING CARDS
Plate and 100 Cards, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $2.75, $3.00

100 Cards from Plate, 90c

Cea'

can work without fear of undue cen-
sure.
Little brother says the antnual pic-
tures must have been compulsory.
Ilaus Anderson could Zget tips front
the simmer-job enthusiasts.
Bectter write today to the baud lead-
er at home.
"When's your first one'?" is perti-
neu It.
Yesterday was the real Straw fl[at
Day.
Set that alarm early,
Woumn's League elections will take
place tomorrow from 8:00 to 5:00
o'clock in the gen-reral library.
rThe p~referential voting will be car-
riJed on under the supervision of the
se(nior girls. The following a <re cantdi-
I<<t ~sfarelection.
P'RESII)7ENT-- Helen FBurn-
- ]hreys, '16; MatNTlha GCray, '16. '
' VIC.EPRESII)EN"''-I~elen Tut-*
hill,. '16; Beatrice Lambreeht,*
:kTRE.ASUIIi{VR-Ethel Vail, '17;
Jleanette Armstrong, '17.
C 0(it,. ;:1CRETiA:1Y '- Olivia*
4" Williams, '17r; Alb1ertine Loom-*
is, '17; Margaret long, '17. x
SREC. SECRETARY--Elsie Paul,*
'17, Ruth Brown, '16.
* SENIOR DIRECTOR - Madge*
Mead, '16; Rtuth Hiutzel, '16;*
* 1 elen IBlair, '16.*
'JU NIOR DIR'ECTOR--I. Anita*
- { Kelley, '17; Alice Vanselow, *
*'17; Janet MiacFarlane, '17. Il. *
*Margaret Rn(,golds, '17; Hazel*
Gliddings, ':17; Margaret Bas-*
' t, '17.*
SO"P! OMlORE IRE~!CTOR--Val-
x ora Quinlan, '18; Nona Mey- '
ers, '18; Clarissa Vyn, ;'18. '

ARTISTIC TAILORINGi

PURE WOOL PABRICS

4EN IORS- ATTENTION
ORDER THEM NOW
VISITING CARDS.
$1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.50
90c.
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

I' UNITED LINES
RBOR TIME TABLE
emn Standard Timhe)
xpress Cars for Detroit- 7v:10
surly to 6:io p. rn., also 8:u,
Detroit--; :40o a. ni,, 6:05; a. mn.,
ohour.s to 6:o; P.n., 7:05 P.
1. q: t ' p. il., and i s p. Ill.
only: 7 :4858.n., 8:20 a.,iM.,
i:oj 1..i11., 11 :1,5 p. nM., 25
L Ill., I:00 a. in.
for Jackson -7:4S I. m., andi
urn to 7 :4 .1n. W
Jackson--s: 1.a,6:,,0 a. im.
o howrs to 6:,5o p. n:., also

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Saturday Is -the
First Day of
the
JUNE SALE
0!t
Fine Lnen
and White Goods
Akn annual event of much concern
to Frat'trnutie~s, Clubs and Board-
ing Houses.
Shamrock Irish Trable Linens and
Napkinsa are easily the mnain feat-
ure of the Sale.

.0."LANDERS
...TAILOR...n
209 E. LIBERTY ST., ANN ARBOR, MICH.
E iRY thinking man realizes the importance of
presenting a good appearance. Well taliored
clothes give you that mark of distinction, they
cost no more than the ordinary k ind.
Let mze show you what it means to get SMART 'I YL.E
and C U R R E C T F I T cut' and moulded to your figuire,
with shapely lines.
I have the latest correct fashions, the choice of all wool
fabrics in air the new colorings and very reasonable prices
to quote you now.
Another thing; if you order before I am too busy , Ican
give every little dfetail the attentionf required, it's neve-r wise
to rush, for it tales time to do good work.
COME IN AND LET ME SHOW YOU THE VALUES I OFFER

are Hungry
ime of day
ein at A
TL'S

The reductions amount
to a considerable saving

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LAUNDRY

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $ 100,000
Resources $3,000,ooo
A General Ban}ldng Business Transacted
Chas. F. Hiscock, Pres., Michael 'J. Fritz.
Cash'r, W. ll. IHarriinan, Vice-Pines., Carl F.
raun, Asst. Cash'r, Wm Waltz, 'Asst.' Cash'r
Savings DeIC.
F. L. HALL., 514 E. William
Phone 2225
P RESSIING an D.. ra v P
N1OLOSS BY FIR'E'

- TEa PRICE OF PLACE.
The price of place is an occasional
failure. Michigan cannot have top--
notch athletic teams every season. If
it could develop victorious foot-
ball, baseball, track and ten3-
nis teams year in and year
out, people wvould take winning as
a mtte r of course,-and the spice of
getting - out of a hole would be gone.
It's all very well to win most of the
tmbut winning all of the tine is
something 'that a dyed-ini-the-gamne
sportsman doesn't want andl doesn't ex-
pect.
Latfall's football program resulted
disatstrously. The baseball teami is
l'alling far short of expectations. It is
an, off year in track except for one
consl:~;icuous example, and as for ten-
nis, the results there are not p'leasur-
ale reading. All around, it's pretty
tough. But the men on the teams have
worked; nobody doubts that. The
coaches have worked too. There has
been good spirit, and lots of grim fight
and determination. The charitable
and sensible way to explain the whole'
thing is to say that it has been one of
those lean years :that inevitably come
along. Next year will be different!
FIe re's wondering how far the aero-
plane will have fallen when the rep~ort
gets 'out to the Cali 'ornia p~apers.
Some cele.brated< Memorial Day by
stalrting-' to collect their b elongings
fronm sociable neighbors.
Taking -;a girl to a bal game, why do
you al w- y s get a seat next to ar long
lost friend of hers?

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MODERATE PRICES

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UP-TlO-DATE STYLES

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[Y LAUNDRY
1105. ROWS, Prop.
t St. Phone 457-M

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Mrs. Della McCurdy Thomps on, '15,
will tell of her investigations into the
work, of women dleans in the high
schools, and also of the welfare work-
ars in stores and factor~ies, at the meet-
iu, of the Girls' Educational club at
7:00 o'clock Tuesday night, in New-
berry hall.
Iinsdule Speaks to Medictal Society
Deant Wilbert B. .Hinsdale of the
H-omeopathic Medical School speaks to
,,ie Summit County Medical society
of Akron, Ohio, today on, "The Mak-
ing of Doctors: Wha1 tt Can They 1)o
When Made?"
Xi P'si 11114 P bus to Erect New Ilie
Plans are nlow being put under way
lay the Xi Psi Phi dental fraternity for
- new home, which will probably be
erected next spring. Property has
be en purchased on Forest avenue, near
[Jill street, adjoining that on which
the Phi Alpha D~elta law fraternity's
ntew lodge is being built. Although 'the
plans for the house have not been per-
fected it is known that it wviil cost be-
tween $15,000 and $- 20,000, will be
three stories in height, and will have
accommodations for about 25 men.

Jcation, don't put anythigL
D in, but it brings to the surface ,
Dthe goodness that's tharla
r77r D

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PHONE 1"13"

FOR

USY 1.BEE
""TIIE POPULAR PLACE"
ICE CREAM

It's hard to met the g i1 of your
dreamns and find her yawnin-g almost
ontinua lly.
Thy il unster addsI,: "Cr -whefl the ap-
ple, of y :ur cy^ e"ins to get extremely
sau -y,'
*When she looks back at a :ashe's
probably thinking-. of hi-c - her hack
hcrne.

Burchfield & Co
Je cantioffer You the finest and
best tailorin , service to be had in
the state, witht no exception..
E vening dress is our specialty.

Six new Morris canoes for sale.
of M. Boat Livery. Phone 656.

A complete, line of Drug Sundries
Quality and Prices Right
LET US SHOW YOU
ALBERT MANN', Successor to
MANN & ALHLR213 S. Wain St
kedes ndacray a bliyt _tk
ch' pances Awithdereertinty f irua
achievement

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Semes(,ter's most over, and everybody_

B i rchif ield

106 F,. HURON ST.

599_

RAW HAI
V 'Varsity" and other innovations
on display

The Sport Shirt Tie
is here. This neckwear
is designed especially for
the open neck outing shirt.
You will like its shape-made
up in the latest colors and

patterns.

"A tie that does not tie"

WIAG NE R &COMPANY

STATE STREET

ass issathletes in f-cqu.iring -these qa"i7,c-
tions, for it builds and develops brawn, blin L
bone and body.
The most nourishing formf of w~hole wheatL,
it is a food that strengthens the tissues ,o ,;flth
human body and fosters the development of a
good brainx and sound body,
"'All the Mlkeat- of the Golden Whet"
Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y.-

Gho

Toggery Shop
'S. University Ave.

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