THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE E
- Straw Hats
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The freshness of
'now ready here
in the new
models for Spring
Exhibit of Straw Hats
Sailors, Bankoks and Panamas
in the Latest Weaves and
Tinker & Company
FURNISHERS and HATTERS
Corner of S. State and William Sts.
WE Eare showing the nobbiest line of
Straw Hats in the city, at popu-
ular prices. C Call around and be con-
vinced. G Also another shipment of
Sport Coats and Flannel Pants.
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Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co,
"T-St(4-F -b 'n
WHETHER IT BE a Black, Tan, or
Brown Oxford with Rubber Sole and Heel,
Leather Sole and Rubber heel, or Leather
Sole and Heel, we have it at
$4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00 or $7.00
in Calf, Vici Kidnand Shell Cordovan Leathers
308 S. State Street
These lights work from batteries and will throw a bright light
for several hundred feet
Adusabeto any position $ 6.00l
The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E. Liberty St.
RIJIstudying to devote an occasional hour
S i e U SPRIT'for the honor of his class.
There is but little time left in which
Cf)NT!NUAL dY ( N 4 p1 E TIAI)I- to show a change of policy. If, in the
TIwN S, IS STATE-MENT (I 11 next week and a half, we do not sup-
STUIEN'fport traditional senior activities, we
,T1,Tare doomed to a sorry place in the
ranks of Michigan graduates.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
At the Senior Sing last night there For the sa.ke of our class and, above
were exactly 40 singers. This means all, for the good of Michigan, let us
that this tradition is not being upheld do something to. regain our lost pres-
by the present senior classes. These tige and to perpetuate Michigan tra-
classes have shown the poorest Michi ditions.
gan spirit ever shown on the campus. AN INDIGNANT SENIOR.
Their idea of Michigan spirit seems ----
to be limited to cheering for athletic Send The Daily home. 50c for the
teams and the forcing of freshmen to rest of the year. **
wear first year caps. Caps and gowns
have been ignored, senior sings unat- Plate and 100 cards, $1:50, at
tended, and class consciousness seem- Sheehan's. tf
If the 1916 classes wish to go forth Victrolas, $15 and $25, for your
lacking the respect due them and al- Canoe. Schaeberle & Son. tf
ways accorded to previous classes,
they have but to continue their pres- Saddle ponies at 50c an hour. Call
ent policy of ignoring Michigan tra- 830. tf
ditions. Any senior can stop playing --
billiards, -delay a canoe trip, or cease Patronize Daily Advertizers. **
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Quarry's andL AS IF E Students'
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ADVE RT I S0eG
The Rev. Cyril Reverly Harris, of 60
Fall 'River, Mass., has been named
curate of the St. Andrew's Episcopal
church in this city. Rev. Harris will
assume his new duties June 8. The
new curate is a graduate of Harvard
and of the General Theological Semi-
nary of New York city.
According to a plan now being for-
mulated by Principal Aikin of the Ann B'Y__
Arbor high school, students in thatnHtoNwBsuhYINtu
institution will soon have opportun-
ity to specialize along their chosen
line of work. With the arrival of the
new manual training equipment which1 T
has lately been authorized for, the
school, this project will be more eas- you should protect yourself to
ily realized. It is also proposed to
conduct an employment bureau, which the extent of doing business on-
will secure positions, where possible, ly with concerns whom you
for those students who would be
obliged to leave school before gradua-
tion. absolutely dependable.
H. A. Williams, president of the
Farmers' & Mechanics' bank, has re- Let me take your order for
ceived from New York city several
hundred artistically designed vest cot les to be made as you
pocket dime banks, which are being want them by my famous
issued by the organization back of Chicago tailors, Ed. Y.Price
the Permanent Blind. Relief War fund.
With the purpose of distributing these & Co.
to thousands of people all over the
country, the New York organization Then you can feel assured that
is sending them out to officers of the
on will et the very largest j
society. In this city the banks will
be distributed by a committee, and value for your money, and the
through the medium of the larger most satisfactory clothes you
stores and other local institutions.
The Ann Arbor high school annual, ever wore.
the "Omega", has just been received
from the printers' hands. The work
is dedicated, to Principal Aikin.
i1[EN 10OLi TRIALS
(Continued from Page One) 309 So. Main
will have received their quota of men 814 So. State
in time for the midday meal.
Trials in the various events will be-
gin promptly at 1:30 o'clock this aft-
ernoon on Ferry field. The prelimin-
aries will be concluded by 4:00 o'clockDu
so as to give the visitors4an oppor- ','
tunity to witness the Varsity baseball
team in action against Notre Dame. ANEW
Special sections have been reserved for
the youthful 'athletes at the "Cap
Night" ceremonies in Observatory Hol-
low, and they will be given a inside
glimpse into Michigan's traditions
through attendance at this event.
Tomorrow's ball game has been.ar-
ranged for the morning so as not tE
interfere with the finals in the Inter- - . ODUT
scholastic, which will start at 2:00
o'clock. An athletic dinner for all
visitors will be on the program at 6:00
o'clock, Saturday, immediately after
which the Interscholastic guests will e
hbe conducted to Hill auditorium to wit- To S niors
ness a real Michigan, pep-rousing From New York Alumni
While it is difficult at this time to We can help you socially, to
attempt to pick a winner of this year's find a suitable home, and in
classic, some of the individual stellar business, if you will make
performers may be determined from yourself known to us prompt-
past performances this year. Landers ly on arrival in New York.
and Loomis of Oregon, Ill., high school, If you will seek a position,
may be safely depended upon to stand
up front in the running, as the two bring a University reference.
men have already carried off several uo tbf
state meets this year. Two West Vir- U fliL o Y
ginia high schools, Charleston and
Hutngohave men of exceptional pre.:C A. iegelman, '99
Huntington, h44 Cedar St., Tel. John 972
ability, and the schools of Michigan,' Sec'y E. , A. Stone, '2
with their larger squads, will give 81iFulton St., Tel. Beekman, 4225
the individual point winners a hard
run to carry off the meet for their
schools. La Grange high school, win- Walsh Taxi Line, Phone 2255. tf
ner of last year's meet, has not en- I
tered this year, owing to the fact that Don't throw away that old trunk. We
the team representing the school is will repair it. Koch & Henne, 300
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SULZER TALKS ON PROHIBITION
Ex-Governor of New York to Speak
Twice ton Sunday
Ex-Governor William Sulzer of New
York will be the speaker at two meet-
ings of the 'Intercollegiate Prohibition
society to be held Sunday afternoon
and evening. Th- first meeting will
be held at 3:30 o'clock at the Presby-
terian church, and the second at 7
o'clock at the Methodist Union me
ing. An invitation to .attend th
meetings has been extended to
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