Tkig MICHIGAN DAILY
Those are the words. Every customer
is well suited on the back and in his
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.
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
Offices,. Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.so; by mail, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C, IH.
-Davis, coi. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1915.
EX-ITORS-H. BEACH CARPENTE II,
W. SHERWOQI) FIELI)
At 10:30, morning service, with ser-
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ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
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TO Ypsilanti only: 7:48a. fli, 8:2o a. n1,
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ASSISTANT DEVILS-FF. .Mc(IN-
NEY, JOHN LEONARD.
Night Editor-Harold A. Fitzgerald.
The Michigan of two or three years
hence depends upon you. It is you
who will influence boys and girls, and
those who advise them, both by what
you say and what you do. You are a
much better advertisement for the
university than the catalogue. If you
are good enough to make a boy want
to be like you some day, the regis-
trar's office will not lack applications.
And they will be of the right sort.
Talk Michigan. Live up to the Mich-
igan ideals that run through your head
at a banquet. Remember that the
world is constantly saying behind
your back, "He's a Michigan man."
Don't forget that outsiders judge the
university more by looking at you than
by viewing the deans or professors.
You are Michigan. All this summer,
you have on your shoulders the re-
sponsibility of being a member of the
greatest university in the land.
Some clap as a mark of respect for
the professor, while others clap be-
cause they are glad to have it all over.
Reading the Union news, aren't you
glad that you aren't an alumnus for a
few months to come?
Now is the time for all good men to
find what really is inside those books.
He who's enthusiastic over exams
would make 'a good hearse-man.
I)ETR)IT FREE PRESS EDITOR
SPEAKS TO THE DAILY STAFF
Editor Thomas C. Reid of the Detroit
Free Press, addressed the members of
The Michigan Daily staff at the last
dinner of the year held last night at
the Union, pointing out the wide possi-
bilities of the newspaper field. Prof.
F. N. Scott, chairman of the board in
control of student publications, offi-
ciated as toastmaster. Following the
talks fobs were presented to the staff
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A GeneralRBanking Business Transacted
Chas. ];. Uiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
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NO LOSS BY FIRE
Senior lit invitations will be deliv-
ered in University hall on Tuesday and
Men desiring to try-out for positions
on the Wolverine, notify H. R. Marsh,
'15, at once.
All senior engineers who intend to
go to summer camp will please sign
their names on the bulletin board in
the Surveying building.
Science hockey team men report at
Daines and Nickels for picture at
12:30 o'clock today. Men wear nu-
Try-outs for the editorial staff of the
Student Directory report at the pub-
lication offices in the Press building
on Maynard street at 1:30 o'clock to-
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Detroit St. Phone 487-M
Reliable forecasts say that
week's weather will be cloudy.
At which time the animals will be
loose for the regular circus.
A complete line of Drug Sundries
Quality and Prices Right
LET US SHOW YOU
If one could only capitalize all those 2280
good wishes, and-
Get your head under a
and save 50 cents.
ALBURT MANN, Successor to
Turn them into half as many good
times this summer.
The Daily suspends; the secret rea-
son being that-
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213 S. Main Street
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IC E C R EAM
Sam Burchfield & Co.
This column interferes
"No 'more teachers,
J. R. Trojanowski ishes to announce
that he has taken Mr. E. F. Bowen in-
to partnership with him. Mr. Bowen
is no stranger in this community as he
has held the second chair for Mr. Tro-
janowski the past six years.. Mr. Tro-
janowski has been in business in Ann
Arbor for 27 years and has always
been courteous to his patorns; this
sort of treatment will be continued by
the new firm. We therefore earnestly
solicit your patronage.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP,
Trojanowski & Co. Proprietors,
1110 S. University Ave.
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
City Taxi Co.
9:30 to 4:30.
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