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TilE MICHIGAN DAILY

TAIL OR
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WELL SUITED

Those are the words. Every customer
is well suitled on the back and inhis
pocket that leaves our Tailoring Par-
lors. The newest patterns a man can
wear are here in sufficient diversity
to please the most fastidious, and also
the very latest fabrics.

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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY I
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, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, V H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk...................News Editor
F. F. McKinney............Associate Editor
Chester H. Lang...........Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping..........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey

It's a wise student who asks the
prof. what courses he is going to give
next year.
Chem studes are advising friends as to
what will remove those grass stains.
Don't forget to tell those around the
home post-office about seeing Jess.
Discerning profs always know when
Charlie Chaplin is in town.
Dandy silk ones all assume that
drab color on rainy days.
There are no tears or sorrows in
dear Kalamazoo.

SENIORS-ATTENTION
ORDER THEM NOW
VISITING CARDS
$1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.50
100 CARDS FROM YOUR PLATE
90C.
ALL WORK GVARANTEED
RYS
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

'SENIORS

Order your

VIa CTINd 100 C
Plate and 100 Cards, $1.50,'$2.00, $2.50, $2.75, $3.00

Night
James M. Barrett, Jr.
Tom C. Reid
Verne Burnett

editors
. Rodgers Sylvester
Howard R. Marsh
C. N. Church

100 Cards from Plate, 90c.

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RaoIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
(Eastern Standard Time)
d and Express Cars for Detroit-':1o
. and hourly to 6:10 p. m., also 8:10
1.
Cars for Detroit-5:4o a. il., 6:o; a. in.,
every two hour-s to 6:05 pi. in., 7:05 1).
8:o P. 1., 9:15 p. n., and :45 P. ii,
Ypsilanti only: 7:48 a. mn., 8:20 a. n.,
5 a. In., 5:os p. I., . :s p. In., 12:15
., I2:30 a.tM., 1:00 a. tm.
:d Cars for Jackson -7:48 a. in., and
y two hours to 7:48 p. Im.
Cars for Jackson-5:r2 a.m., 6:50 a. in.
every two hours to 6:5o p. in., also
SP. n,,r II:15 1p. m.

Order

Picnic-& Canoeing
LUNCHES
FROM THE
te-a 'IIZoom

you are Hungry
any time of day
step in at
'U T T LE'S

Same tnexcelled cooking;
Same careful preparation;
Same close attention to detail
that has tmade the Tea
Room famous.

Phone 2200

re are always ready
to serve you.
ON STATE

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ICULAR LAUNDRY

The Ann arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $ioo,ooo
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.
traun, Asst. Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Savings Deist.
F. L. HALL, 514 E. Wiliam,
Phone s222
PRESSING- ods
NOLOSS BY FIRE

Edwin A. Hymanv
Reporters
J. C. B. Parker ' s Vera Burridge
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
H.'A. Fitzgerald Edward P. Wright
L. Greenebaum William F. Newton1
Henley hill Leonard W. Nieter
Lee Joslyn Eugene L. Bulson
Waldo R. Hunt
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
Kirk White C. T. Fishleigh
J. J- Herbert
THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1915.
Night Editor-Gerald Rosenbaum.
HAVE WE DONE OUR PART?
It is our task now to face the ver-
dict of the past year and really answer
the question. On first thought it
seems as though the year of 1914-1915
has not been entirely successful, but
this idea is probably due to the fact
that in our most spectacular ventures
we have fallen below Michigan's stand-
ard. But looking beyond the football,
baseball and track squads, to - the
things that are really more substan-
tial there is no reason to feel that the
year has been entirely in vain.
Student drinking has received a
death blow and is rapidly on the wane.
Scholarship shows a healthy tendency
toward higher standards, helped no
doubt by stricter faculty rulings. Both
alumni and the legislature have been
particularly liberal in their donations
and appropriations, with the result
that three new buildings are practi-
cally completed, and good prospects
for future improvements and additions
are in sight. In oratory the universi-
ty has won three firsts, one second and
one third, and for the first time in
the history of the university we have
seen a woman representing her Alma
Mater on the forum. The seniors and
choral union ushers have laid the
foundation for loan funds for needy
studen'ts, which will increase with sur-
prising rapidity if the experiences of
other universities can be taken as any
criterion.
Finally this year has seen the enter-
ing wedge in the breach which has so
long existed between the men of the,
university and her women. That the
women are coming into their own has
been evidenced by the increasing im-
portance of the part they are taking
in university affairs, and in the un-
grudging commendation that has been
given them by the men. With this
more equitable distribution of work
and responsibility, the day that Mich-
igan will be the leading university in
the country is not far distant.
Now that the white tents have van-,
ished, old grads will tell us how live
the old boys used to be.
This is in order now: "Well, we'll
have Cochran and Reimann and Wat-
son in the line, and Mauly-"

But think what a really amateur
bunch would do.
Confess what kept you from the
main show.
Brush up on college yarns in the
library.
"But it's for my diploma, father."
Anyway, the law faculty forgot-
To mention the color.
Commencement activities for senior
women will begin the latter half of the
second week of examinations, when
the house-parties in the new Newberry
hall of residence will take place. A
mass meeting of senior women to ar-
range for these will be called in the
near future, and at this time rooms
may be reserved.
The traditional senior women's for-
mal breakfast will tale place at noon
Saturday, June 19, probably at the
Michigan Union. The price of tickets
will be merely nominal, and arrange-
ments are already under way to make
this the most elaborate and unique of
functions of this character that has
yet taken place. Alice Wiard, '15,
vice-president of the class, will pre-
sitle, and representative m'mbers of
the class will speak.
Members of the Girls' Glee club will
meet at 5:00 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium for a short bus-
iness session, which will include the
election of administrative officers for
next year. From there they will ad-
journ for a supper at the Little Shop
preceding their annual serenading
trip, on which they will visit the hom-
es of President-Emeritus James B.
Angell, President Hutchins, Dean Ef-
finger, Dean Jordan, and the various
sorority houses.
Owing to the pressure of other ac-
tivities, the presentation by the Girls'
Glee club of the Japanese cantata,
"The Rose and the Laurel," which was
to have taken place this afternoon, has
been postponed until next fall.
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There are still some tickets left for
the annual Women's League dance, to
be given Friday evening in Barbour
gymnasium. These are on sale to
university women at 50 cents by Alice
Vanselow, '17, Mary Walsh, '16, Jean-
ette Armstrong, '17, Della Lauben-
gayer, '17, and Vena Marsh, '17, and
may also be obtained in the corridor
of the general library from 8:00 until
5:00 o'clock tomorrow.
HALF INTEREST FOR SALE in
student firm of Evenson & Warriner.
Inquire at office above 310 S. State,
opposite Hustons'.

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9MC. LANDERS
...TAILOR..
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 rue show you what it means to get SMART STYLE
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 pribes
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

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UP-TO-DATE STYLES

MODERATE PRICES

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MOOTH talk may sound
good, but if you want
what will smoke good, you
want Smooth Tobacco. That's
VELVET.
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A complete line of Drug Sundries
Quality and Prices Right
LET US SHOW YOU
ALBERT MANN, Sucessor to
MANN & WALKER 21 s nmaIn Street

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We can offer you the finest and
best tailoring service to be had in
the state, with no exception.
Evening dress is our specialty.

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Scoring the Winning Run
is a matter of physical and mental superiority
-a condition of leg - sturdiness and speed,
brain - alertness and instant judgment, eye -
keenness and accuracy, an ability to take
chances with a degree of certainty of final
achievement.
assists athletes in &cquiring these qualifica-
tions, for it builds and develops brawn, brain,
bone and body.
The most nourishing form of whole wheat,
it is a food that strengthens the tissues of the
human body and fosters the development of a
good brain and sound body,

Sam Burchfield
PHONE 599

& co.
106 E. HURON ST.

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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.

T AW HA '
New "Varsity" and other Innovations
on display

"A tie that does not tie"

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WAGNER & COMPANY

STATE STREET

.fhe

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1107 S. University Ave.

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"All the Meat of the Golden Wheat"

Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,

Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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