THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Ease of Mind
Self-possession and personal effici-
ncy depends largely upon the clothes you wear.
we are your tailors you will always have that
eling that comes with
Clothes of Character
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Official newspaper at the Uvneorty of
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Monday lurinig thie univoa'ity year.,
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west corridor of.the general library, where
the notices are collected at 7:oo o'clock each
$. Rodgers Sylvester News Edit.:
Tom C. Reid .............Telegraph Editor
Verne Burnett-..........Telegraph Editor
E. P. Wright................Sports Editor
C. B. Parker ........Assignment Editot
'onrad N. Church..............City Editor
.dwin 4. yman...........City editor
Lee Joslyrns ......... ...City -Itora
Qordo. D. Cooke.........Statistical Etr
Golda; Ginsburg........Women's Editor
Edward EMack......Advertising Manager
i.KirkWhite....... Publication Manager
-Y. R. Althseler.......Circulation Maager
C. V. Sellers...... Accountant
C..'1 . Fishleigh ..Assistant ,Business, Manager
Leonard W. Nieter Earl Pardee
L. S. Thompson.''3. L. Stadeker
Henley Hill I. C. L. Jackson
TT. A. Fitzgerald Cecil Andrews
Linton B._ Dimond E. A. Baningarth
Bruce Swaney E. L. Ziegler
W. R. Atlas, Frank Taber;
Nat Thompson Holland Thompson
Phil Pack H. C. Garrison
Allen Shoenfield D. S. Rood
C. W. Neumann Jas. Schermerhorn, Jr.
Albert E. Horne Roscoe Rau
:E. C. Musgrave F. M. Sutter
K. S. McColl L. W. Kennedy
C. P. Emery Bernard Wohl
J. E. Campbell
TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1916.
Seniors! Time's Flying
Order Them Now
THE TWO COLLEGIANS
Smythe owns a car that is famous
for its ,speed, in which he daily hurt-
les to and fro. His frat has a chef
to prepare its sumptuous feed, and his
purse is ever laden with the, dough;
He is seen at every hop, or party,
d.nce, or ball, and his clothes are ul-
tra-modern in their cut. He brings
a dozen trunks or so, when coming in
the fall, and het Aas a sneering;way of
saying "Tut!" His cigarettes are cost-
ly and display his monogram. He
fingers them to show .his diamond
ring. He's admired by the ladies in
every social jam, but his prof's have
found he doesn't know a thing.
Smutz is the chap who works his
way through school, and washes loads
of dishes for hi, board. He's cat'-
logued by the ladies as a clumsy, awk-
ward fool, while 60 cents comprise
his private hoard. But it is in the.
classroom Smutz delights to shine,
turning knowledge into much-desired
A's. He hies him forth in summer,
to toil in shop or mine for another
year's tuition he ,must raise. Or per-
haps he pesters people in August's
sweltering heat, lugging Bunkem's
books from north to farthest south.
Or trots around with tinware till he's
blisters on his feet, and his work is
dust and ashes in his mouth.
Now you are a Smythe or a toiling
Smutz, my friend, and your ways re-
semble, theirs while in college. But
don't forget the former will be worth
less till the. end, and the latter is the
Man, as you'll acknowledge.
BODY INSTLLS CHAPTER[
Priue $1.50 to $3.50
per hundred with plate
UE'TRI OIT UNITED LINES
een Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson,
run on Eastern time, one hour faster
it Limited and Express Cars--8:io a.
hourly to 7:1o p. Mn., 9:10 p. i.
mazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. in. andj
wo hours to 6:48 p. in.; to Lansing,.
Cars, Eastbound-5 :35 a. in., 6:40 a. m.,
i., and every two hours to 7:os p. m.,
m., 9:05 p. in., i o:5o . in. To Ypsi-
ly, 8:48 a. in. taily except Sunday),
m., i2:o; p. in.. 6:05 P. in., 11:43 P.
a. n., i :2o a. in.
Care, Westbound--6:05 a. M., 7:50 a.
. every two hours to 7:5o p. n., ro:zo
12:20 a. in.
e Ann Arbor Savings Bank
paL& ............$ 300,000.00 ;
rplus ...........$ 150,000.00
sources over ....$3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
in Office, N. W. Corner Main
'and Huron Sts.
auch Office, 707 North Univ.
E AND GERMAN AMERICAN
Main & Washington Sts.
ie figure with you on your next
s supply of coal. Now is ;the
to look after next year's coal
Jno. J. SAUER'
ne 2484 310 W. Liberty
eachers of Commercial
Subjects prepared at
emilton Business College
State andWilliame Sts.
Wo -Have :a
FULL LINE OF,
Cut Flowers and Plants,
For All Occasions
COUSINS & HALL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE..
Decoration Day-May 30
Alpa : Chi Sigma Fraternity
Alpha Beta Branch at
Night Editor-E. L. Ziegler,
All Kinds.Cut Flowers and Plants
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D. E. GRENNANu
REAL CUSTOM TAILOR
606 E. LIBERTY STREET
PLATTSBURG-A MEMORIAL DAY
To the thoughtful student who stops!
long enough in his paddle up the.
river or his jaunt to the tennis courts.
to reflect, this Memorial Day should
present several aspects, some of them
brilliant, joyful, and others sad or de-
pressing. His heart will swell with
pride and love of country, and he will
probably become inoculated with a
little of the do-or-die "spirit.of "61," as,
he stands on the curb and watches they
veterans march by. But another,
thought may come to him, when he
looks at the sadly depleted ranks of.
blue, and recalls how they have,
dwindled since the first time he gazed
upon a Decoration Day. parade. He
reflects further and it does not require;
very wild speculation to think ahead;
to time whennone of the- civil war
veterans will be here to inspire us
with that old spirit. He feels a sense
of loss. He wants to be patriotic. He
wants to do his share in the huge na-
tion-wide movement for adequate mili-
We wonder if he has thought of
Plattsburg. If not, let him spend the
rest of Memorial Day thinking about;
it. Here is an opportunity for the stu-
dent to become prepared himself, to
fit himself for any national emergen-
cy, that, may, develop, and incidentally
.enjoy a healthful vacation on.the
shores of Lake Champlain. Approxi-
mately 10,000 college and high school
boys have availed themselves of this
opportunity, and perhaps they .will
build up a new do-or-die spirit, this
time the "spirit of '16."
FRANK W. BRIGHT TO SPEAW
ON THE MAKING OF A REPORTER
Frank W. Bright, managing editor of
the Detroit times, will speak to the
classes in journalism Wednesday aft-
ernoon at 4:00 o'clock, in room 202,
The subject -of Mr. Bright's address:
will be "The Making of a Good Re-
porter." Mr. Bright Is a journalist ofr
the old school and before he assumed
his present position as, managing edi-
tor he was considered the best city:
editor in Detroit.
ACTUARIAL AND STATISTICAL
SOCIETY MAKES ELECTIONS
The Actuarial and Statistical Soci-
ety of the University of Michigan
elected the following persons to mem-
bership at its last meeting: 'S. J.
Bladhill, '18, A. G. Gabriel, '18, and
W. E. Ghent, '18. The. first annual
election of officers will be .held at the
meeting of the society in its room in
the north wing of University hall on
Thursday evening of this week.
The installation of the Alpha Beta
chapter of the Alpha Chi Sigma fra-
ternity was held in the 'Chemistry
building Saturday night. Alpha Chi
Sigma is a professional chemical fra-
ternity having more than 30 active and
alumni chapers. A banquet at the Cut-
ting cafe with Prof. William J. Hale
acting as toastmaster, followed the in-
stallation. Prof. L. F. Nickell and Dr.
L. I. Shaw of the Grand Chapter,,
Profs. Edward Campbell, S. Lawrence
Bigelow, W. G. Smeaton, W. L. Badger,
and Mr. E. A. Rykenboer responded.
Profs. Bigelow, White, Campbell,
and Gomberg, heads of the departments
of chemistry, are to be the honorary
members,. while the following were
elected.to active membership: W. J.
Hale, E. E. Ware, W. G. Smeaton, H.
H. Willard, F. E. Bartell, J. E. Harris,
R.,K.McAlpine, A. L. Ferguson, E. A.
RykenSoer, F. C. Vibrans, E. M. Hon-
an, 0. E. Madison, N. A. Lange, A. G.
Williams, E. C. Britton, J. S. Richtig,
H. R. Wells, A. B. Hastings, W. C.
Dowd, and S. Pinkerton.
EMILY MACK WINS PRIZE,
TAKES STYLUS SOCIETY AWARD
FOR BE$T SHORT STORY IN
Stylus, women's honorary literary
society, has awarded a prize of $5.00 to
Emily Mack, '19, for the best short story,
in their annual short story contest.
The winning story is entitled "The
Manuscript," and will be published,
In the next edition of the Inlander.
This is the first time a freshman has
carried off the prize in this contest.
Acts two and three, cast and stroll-
ers of "The Piper," will rehearse this
evening at 7:00 o'clock at 1012 Hill
street. Everyone should know her.
lines for this rehearsal.
All girls taking required gymnasium
work must make up all absences this
week, or lose the semester's credit.
Within the last week several com-=
munications have been placed in The
Daily box which bear no signature.
All notices for The Daily must be;
signed. All communications must be
signed when handed in, but may bear
the signature the writer desires when
published. The writer of "The Co-ed's
Place" is urged to notify the women's
editor of her name, in order that her
article may be published.
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. A LBERT MANN, Druggist
j213 Sousth Matin St. Ann Arbor, Micbh.
usually stops when the furnace
Hot Water all summer with a
Washtenaw Gas Co.
A Complot. Line of
Drug Sundries, Kodeks
Profitable Summer Employment
North Woodward subdifision property is selling rapidly.
Opportunity for two or more hustlers to make liberal commissions.
Phone or write for appointment.
213 E. Liberty
MALCOLM McCORMICK, Supt.
James G. Pierce Associated Companies
1920 Dime Bank Bldg.
LANGS WITHDRAWS HIS NAME
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I wish to withdraw my name as,
candidate for the office of recording=
secretary of the Union.
JOHN W. LANGS.
CRYSLER GETS NOMINATION
Petition Adds New Name to List of
Candidates for Union Vice Presidency
From New York Alumni
We can help you socially, to
find a suitable home, and in
business, if you will make
yourseLf known to us prompt-
ly on arrival in New York.
If you will seek a position,
bring a University reference.
U.of M.Clob of N.Y.
Pres.: C. A. Riegeliman,'99
44 Cedar St... Tel. John 972
Sec'y: E. E. A. Storm, 'I2
Si Fulton St., Tel. Beekman,425
Where it is necessary for a student
to make a. loan to enable him to finish
his education, he will find it easier to
do so, if he can give a policy of life
insurance as his security that the loan
will be paid in the event of his death
before he has been able-to pay it off
out of his earnings..
Investigate -the Provident Life and
Trust Co.'s proposition to students. It,
will interest you. Harry Bacher, 516
East Madison St. m30
FACULTY MEN RETURN FROXM_
TRIP TO TWO UNIVERSITIES'
Dean J. R. Effinger, Prof. A. L. Cross
and Prof. A. Whitney returned yester-
day from a trip to the universities of
Wisconsin and Chicago. They have
been studying the schools' educational
departments for the purpose of making
a formal report to a committee of the
literary faculty appointed to investi-
gate new scientific educational meth-
Edwin W. Crysler, '17P, has been
nominated by petition for Union vice
president, representing the combined
departments. His. name will be added
to the ballots to be found at the vot-
ing booths, Campus Election Day,
Thursday, June 1.
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