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THE MICHICGAN'T DAILY

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Your Ease of Mind
self-possession and personal effici-
ency depends largely upon the clothes you wear.
If we are your tailors you will always have that
feeling that comes with
Clothes of Character
G. H. WILD COMPANY
LEAD)ING MERCHANT TAILORS STATE ST.

T DAILY
{ ICH'GAN D
Official newspaper at the Universitv u+
Michigan. Published every morning a'~ccp'
Monday during the university year.

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Now is the tinje to order your

iMioin Cords
Plate and 100 Cards $1.50 to, $3.00

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100 Cards f rom Plate 90c

Si-EEHA 'S

STUDENTS

BOOKSTORE

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Betwccn [-trait, ArmntiAbor and Jackson.
Crr un ott Eastern fi'ne, one hour faster
ttan 1. cal time..
Detroit Limited arid Express Cars-8.io a.
mn. al+d:hurly to 7 :10 p. in., '9,r0 p. in.
Kalamnazoo imnited Cars---8 :48 a. tn. and
every iv o ha)urs to 6:48 P.aiM.; to Lansing,
E3:48 p. in.
Local Cars, Eastbound-5;:35 a. inl.. 6:40 a. m~.
~:o; a. 11+., and every two tiotrs to 70'O p. in.,
8:05 p. n , .9:05 p. in., ro:;o p. m. To Ypsi-
.anti ,nly. 'q :Au a nin daily except Sunday),
9 :20 a. Ili :,2 : j,. 7n., 6:03 1). in., 11.45 P.
ni.. 1 :1o a. im.. i :20 a. inr.
Local Care, Wcestbond-6 :o5 a. ",1., 7:50 a.
m., and every twoi hours to 7:50 P. "I.- 10:30
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Organized 1869
Caph~al .... .....$ 300,000.00
Surplus ..... . $ 150,000.00
Resources over ... $3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
Mai Office, 1V. W. Corner Maio
and H(ion Sts.

.. We Have a
FULL 'LINE OF
Cut Flowers and Plants
For All Occasions
COUSINS & HALL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 115

Entered at the post-office a! Ann Arh,T a
iecond-class matter.
Francis V. hMcKinncey. M..tanaging l'.ito'
John S. Leonard ......... Busiess Maage"
Offices: Ann Arbur Press Building. Sub
scriptiuris : by carrier or mai, $a.o. ank*
ad, stations: Quarry's, Students' Supi)
Store, Thbe Delta, cr Packard and State
Phones:;IBusiness 60 ;Editorial. 241 4.
Communnnications no tt to ex ced 300 words in
Length, or noictles o vnts %Wliiibe published
in T-he Da):ilIy if lft at the ofice ini the Ann
\rboir Press 130g., or i he Notice bo in the
west corridor o the general llrary, where
the notices a.re collected at 7':0 o'clck each
F;. Rodgers Sylve.iei News Edito
rn C. Reid...............elegraph ~dito;
Verne Burnett .............eegrap Klditoi
F"P. W right.............. Sports Edito
J: C. B. Parker..........sigmeflnt ditot
Cnnrad N. Church....... .......ity $dio
Edwin A. Hyrnan . .............. City Editor
ILee Joslyn............ .....City Editor
(cnr.in1). Cooke.......... Satistical Fitw'
Golda Ginsburg ..............\XWomen's Editor
E'dward H. NMack........ derising Maage'
If. Kirk White__.......Publication Mlanage'
V R. Althseler... Circulation Manage
C. V. Sellers..............countain
C. T. Fishleigh . .Assistant usitess Manage
Nndv'r Suitors,
Leotard W. Nieter Earl Parde.
L. S. TIhomapson I. L. Stadeker
llenl:,y lill 1. C. L.. Jackson
Reporte~rs
H . A1. Fitzgerald Cecil Andrews
,in 0 1.lDimnrd !:. A. Ban gart h
Bruce Swaney 'F.. I. Zieglr
W. R.Atlas Frank Taber
Nfat T1t oni son fI Iii a ad '[ot psoa
Phil Pack I. C. Garrison
Al~t' Shoentield 1). S. Rood
C. W. Neumann Jas. Selernerhorn, Jr.
busiess Staff
Albert 1(. Hornie to~r'etal
4. C. Musgrave F. Al. Sutter
K. S. MeaColl L. W. Kennedy
C... 1'. Lanerv Bernard Wol
j. E. (Camipbell
THIURiSDAY, MAY 25, 1916.
Night Edlitor-H1. C. L. Jackson.
= CHI PSI TAKES THE LEAD
Fraternities have long been kept
ender fire because of reputations
justly earned in the past. The agita-
lion against them reached its height
.e;eral years ago, and now shows
i gns of receding. But it had the de-
sired effect of stimulating the Greek
letter organizations to a !realization
of their faults, and awakening them
to their responsibilities. The early
results have been gratifying.'
Now comes the opportunity to take
over a share of the work that Ameri-
ca seems destined to play in the pres-
ent European drama. The adoption of
French orphans, or those of any other
nationality, is a cause deserving con-
zideration. And what is still more
gratifying is the fact that the relief so-
ciety behind the project is not at-
tempting to exploit the fraternities, as
has been done so often in the past.
Calling Cards-Order them now at
Wahr's University Bookstore.

TO OPEN BASEBALLSEASON
3ENfI R GIRLS MEEIT JUNIORS IN
FIRST CAME OF THE YEAR TO-
DAY AT PALMER FIELD
Opening the baseball season for
women, the senior team will meet
the junior aggregation this afternoon,
at 4:00 o'clock, on Palmer field. Al-
though the 1916 women will play with
the handicap of an eight-man team,
they are expected to put up .a good
game. The line-ups for the teams will
be as follows: 1916-Pitcher, M. Mead
(captain) ; catcher, K. Holmes, E.
Schumacher, H. Vandeveer, F. Gerber,
V. Field, P. Ferguson, E. Sargent.
1917-Pitcher, H. Walker; Catcher, 0.
Shinhman, J. MacFarlane (captain),
F. Baxter, S. Bidwell, L. MacBride M.
Crissey, H. Giddings, M. Votey.
Independent Girls' club will hold a
picnic breakfast Saturday morning at
7:00 o'clock at Cascade Glen. Girls
should meet at the boat-house at 7:00
o'clock and will proceed from there
by canoe or on foot. Coffee will be
provided, but each girl is expected to
bring her own cup and lunch.
All returns on membership cards for
the Independent Girls' club must be
handed in today at Dean Jordan's of-
fice.
Sophiomuore girls will meet today at
4 :00 o'clock, at Barbour gymnasium, to
elect three members of the Junior play
committee.
Kiappa-Alph1a Theta will be at home
today, from 3:00 to 6:00 o'clock, at
1416 Hill street. All college women
are invited.
Omega Ph1i will hold initiationi this
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock, at the Alpha
Phi house.
The womuen of Newberry residence
will be at home to their friends at
tea from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock this after-
noon.
In the junior tennis tournament,
Margaretta Douglas won the class
.harpionsip, having dfeated Ml-
tred ('risscy, 6-4, 6-3, Monday after-
noon.
51 111 . ARITIY BETWIEEN NEST
PINT AND) 3ICIIGAN iIOWN
a
That the training curse at West
Point differed from our civil engineer-
ing- us course by only 11 hours of work,
not c'onsiderig the military drills,
was one of the facts brought out by
Prof. J. I. Rowen, of the mechanical
engineering department, at the fresh
engineer assembly yesterday. Prof.
Rowven, who is himself a West Point
graduate, discussed the new military
engineering department which is being
endorsed by D~ean M. E. Cooley and
which may be established here next
fall.
ix. CASTO TO PRESID)E AT
iUIY" CAMPAIGN MEETING
George Casto, grad., winner of the
State Prohibition Oratorical contest
will preside at a meeting of all who
are to take active speaking part 'in
the "dry" campaign this summer and
fall, tonight at 7:00 o'clock in ew-
berry hall. All who have signed cards
relative to taking part in this cam-
paign, as well as those who wish to
enter their names now, are urged to
attend.

Seniors!toTime's ,Flying
Order 7 hem Now
Calling C kjut' r ds
Price $1.50to $3.50
per hundred vwith, plate

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Decoration Day-May 30

Phone 294

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21t3 E. Liberty__

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Branch Office, 707 .Nordh Univ-
ersity Avenue.
TATE AND GERMAN AMERICAN
SAVINGS BAN K
Main & Washington Sts..
tesources, $2%600,000.00
FRATERNITIES.
,et me figure with you on your next
ear 's supply of cosl. Now is the
me to look after next year's coal
pply.

A .d:otrpameL. o

I HAVE IT!
Ne-el-in
Wears better than
Leather
VA N'S QUALITY
SHOE SHIOP
jhe Nhew Shop, 1I1 S. University
ASR FOR anid'GET
HORLI1CK'S
THE ORIGINAL
IMALTED, MILK
'Cheap substitutes coat YOU same rige.

~ru t undries, Kodetmks
Ca n -dies., Pet-rmes'

I ALBER.T MANN, Druggist

101

Jno,. J. SAUER
ne 2484 3'10W. Liberty
MOTHAND, TYPEWRITI-NG
BOOKKEEPING
Best Instruction and Equipment
amilton Bsofness College
State and Wifliaxus'Sis.

Hot Water

usually .stops when

the 'furnace

goes out.

Hot Water all ;summer with a

You knowt there's a difference in clothes; it's iu the genuine

Gas-Fired Heater.

and lasting distinction
of fash ion and design

of appearance- due to real knowledge
with Teal care for the niceties of dress.

Saddle ponies at 50c an hour.
430.
Walsh Taxi Line, Phone 2255.

Gall
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Wash tenaw Gas Co.

tf I Patronize Daily Advertizers.

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Capper & Capper
Furnishings

D. E. GRENN.AN
REAL CUSTOM TAILOR
606 E. LIBERTY STREET

COOLEST AND POPULAR THEATRE IN TOWN

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2 DAYS--- Friday, and
Saturday, May 26-27,

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C.ome and See if Amrerica'l- is Prepared.
Great Motion Pictures- and Lecture

SAM BURCHFIELD

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Fine Tatioring

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orks

Sam

Call 830 for saddle ponies.
For quick service, call 2255.

tf Patronize business men Vho adv
ftize in The Michigan Daily.
Look over the advertisements
k. The Michigan Daily. They will
00p terest you.
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Don't throw away that old trunl
'We will repair it., Koch & lenne, 30
South Main.1

A Revelation Eiven to Those Who Think They
Know Som ething About the Operation of the Great,
Government.
INTERESTING LECTURE BY FREDERICK RUSSELL CLARK

Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of your

H-and-made lingerie of all descrip-
tions-Grand Charity Bazaar, May 24-
27, Armory. ma25

city. It will pay you to patronize-_____ ___
them. ** Seniors: Order them now-Your
calling cards; at Wahr's University
Patronize 'Daily Adivertizers. ** I Iookstore.

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