THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Changing one's clothes is like changing
Have You Seen Our Line of
Snappy Sport Coats?
One of the
new Spring and Summer
We are showing a very large line of these
coats in Flannel, Knitted and Knit-Wove
Better have yours put aside if you do not
want it at once.
give you a new, fresh point of
and make living more enjoyable.
TINKER & COMPANY
342 S. ST ATE STREET
$18 to $35
New Spring Suits
R-B. Fashisn Clothes $15 to $25
They came in on a rush-New Oxford Greys,
"Banjo" stripes, and blues. All wool, of course.
Advance spring models. You want to look them
New Spring Hats
R. C. F. Specials. $2.50 to $5
New Alpine shaped hats in the "cob web,"
"comfort" and regular weights. All the colors that
are to be popular this spring-Gaelic green predomi-
New Spring Shirts
Manhattan, *1.50 to $5
You'll like the Manhattan spring shirts. Take
a look at the new "lattice" pattern. Silks and
madras. French and stiff cuffs.
THE B IG a. co-aora
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Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.
22 GRADUATE IN
Annual Exercises to Be Held Thursday
Night in Sarah Caswell
PATRONESSES HAVE BEEN NAMED
A Shipment of those
beautiful DARK BROWN OXFORDS
and only 5.50 (Have you seen our $1.00 Shirt)
ALLM AND & FORSYTHE
308 S. State Street
215 South Main Street
Student's Laboratory Supplies
Scientific Apparatus, Analytical Chemicals,
Glassware and Instruments
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Manufacturers and Importers,
200-204 E. Liberty St.
No Drops i
Needed in Our
My specialty is making
Drugless Eye Examinautis- ''
determining scietifically and
.nea~cr~2ijisuaasaccurately the glasses your eyes
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you VING CO
quick service. OUL t ETaoMCHIGA
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD I
Optometrist-optician il roc oJe~es a .Aa1
with Arnold & Co., Jewelex's, 2?O s. I ai '- 7/.
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One of the largest classes in the
history of the nurses' training school
of the University hospital will re-
ceive diplomas at the annual graduat-
ing exercises to be held next Thurs-
day evening, May 4, in Sarah Caswell
Angell hail. Twenty-two students will
be graduated. Patronesses havebeen
named from among the wives of mem-
bers of the medical faculty, and wives
of members of the board of regents.
Following is the list of graduates:
Grace B. Angell, Harbor Springs; An-
na M. Auch, Sebewaing; Carrie Beer-
bower, Mey, 0.; Florence Burquette,
Athens; Nancy A. Fry, Bedford, Ind.;
Elizabeth B. Heinold, Harrisville;
,d~na M. Henry, St. Louis; Helen P.
Hilton, Pontiac; Mary Karshner, Bar-
berton, 0.; Louise R. Kempf, Ann Ar-
bor; Florence A. McNamara, Howell;
M. Erma Mullen, Lansing; Leila M.
Regan, Edmore; Vera M. Rockwell,
Hartford, Wis.; Josie 0. Rose, Frank-
fort; Coral B. Shaver, Caro; Grace M.
Smith, Frankfort; Louise Southard,
Harbor Springs; Mabel C. Steinman,
Remus; Monica W. Tarsney, Detroit;
H-onora I. Vink, Bourbon, Ind.; Mary
E. Zeile, East Cleveland, 0.
WOMEN GIVE LUNCHEON I
SUNDAY SERICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
First Congregational Church
At 10:30 o'clock Rev. Lloyd C. Doug-
las will preach on "The Skeptic."
Sermon on "Nietzche's Doctrine of
the Superman," at 10:30 o'clock.
Dr. A. C. Bain will give a temper-
ance address at 10:30 o'clock.
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock.
C'hurch of Christ (D)isciples)
Rev. Geo. W. Knepper's theme at
10:30 o'clock will be "Luke-An Odd
First IN. E. Church
Rev. A. W. Stalker preaches at 10:30
First Baptist Church
Rev. John Mason Wells speaks at
10:30 o'clock on "The Most Wonder-
ful Thing in the World."
Jewish Student Congregation
Rabbi Max A. tMerritt speaks at
COUNCIL MAKES STREETS SAFER
A MAN DOESN'T ALWAYS
KNOW WHAT HE WANTS
Patterns After Larger Cities in Pro-
In an effort to safeguard the lives
of citizens, the streets of Ann Arbor
We are here to help you make up your
minid about the kind of clothes you
ought to wear. We will assist you in
solving the problem you may have.
If you know exactly what you want
we will please you. If you haven't a clear
idea of what will please you and be becoming,
you can depend upon us. We want you to
be well dressed.
These FITFORM suits with patch pock-
ets are truly for particular, critical and ex-
acting young men. The vest has patch
pockets. Both coat and vest have soft roll.
Some of the vests are without collar.
When you pay anywhere from $15 to
$30, you get what you want.
will be marked off with safety zones,
thtus establishing places where car
passengers and pedestrians canstand
safely without interference by ma-
chines. The system is being copied
after that employed in Detroit. The
preparations for this safety first cam-
paign are in the hands of Chief of Po-
lice' Frank Pardon.
TE --IEF RES SPFAX IN
J E TWO 0 D ANN Axmm tHURCHES. TODAY
A SMART COLLAR Two lectures worthy of n.cte are to
WITH A COMFORT- l be given today, one in the Methodist
° ABLE LOW FRONT atd the other in the Presbyterian
THE church. The Rev. Dr. Geoorge A. Gor-
" Idon will give the last Westleyan Guild
RED-MAN lecture for this year at 7:30 o'clock in
2 FOR. 25# the Methodist church. HiA subject is
TROY'S BEST "Man as Master of His Fatte."
7PODUcr , An address will be givea by Dr. A.
!C. lain at the 10:30 o"clock service
!at the Presbyterian, church. Dr. Bain
Get loppe's prices for room p c- is recognized as one of the foremost
tu es. a30 speakers in the country on the cause
of temperance, At this service part
of the Easter music will be repeated.
ILarry acher sells good life insur- _
ance, phone 735-M. apr29,30 LIBRATE LABOR DAY AT IG
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PLAN FOR SEN O11 FUNCTIONS;
AN N O1UN CE ANOTHER TRYOUT
FOR aSENI'OR ltPLAY.
More than a hundred senior women
attended a highly successful luncheon,
yesterday noon at Barbour gymnasium.
Following the luncheon, plans were
discussed for holding the senior house
party at Newberry residence, a custom
which was inaugurated last year, and
which proved a great success. The
senior breakfast is always an event of
importance, for it is at this time that
announcement is made of any engage-
ments in the class. The breakfast this
yea..r will be held the morning follow-
ing the house party. As yet the date
for this event has not been set, but it
will probably take place the week fol-
Announcement was also made by
Ellen Seargeant of a third tryout for
3 1LLa1~~rIPUII ' U N~
Come to the entertainment at the Interiational Labor Day will'.be
Congregational Church parlors, Tues- elebraetd in Ann Arbor by aauass
day evening, May 2. The Ballad of meeting under the auspices of the so-
RloaringBrookwillhe1.121gi. Mrs. cialists of the city in the M. B. A.
Neil Williams, Mr. Shirley Smith and hall, 205 East Washington street, at
Prof. L. C. Karpinski are the Cast. 7:45 o'clock tomorrow eveing. a.
Ten men of the congregation will E . Loudy, e n-'16E, will deliver an a -
represent the Beauties of all coun- (ress on "The First of May.' Victor
tries. Old fashioned double quartet H. Sugar, '16, and a. number of Ger-
will sing-other features. nan speakers will give talk. No ad-
The public is invited to attend. Ad- mission will be charged, and the meet-
mission to various shows 5c. Good mug is open to everyone.
things to eat will be sold.--Candy, pie, - --
cakes, etc. Patronize Milhgan Daily Advertlz.
the senior "play, Monday afternoon.
The play selected is "The Piper," by
Josephine Preston Peabody, and is
based on Browning's poem, "The Pied
Piper of Hamlin." Only 70 girls have
tried out thus far, and at least 100
are neded for the production.
Stylus short story contest for un-
dergraduate girls closes Monday, May
1. Stories should be handed to Gladys
Vedder, rhetoric library. Omega Phi
poetry contest also closes May 1.
Poems should be sent to Miriam Hub-
There will be a special meeting of
the Board of Directors of the Women's
league, Monday afternoon, at 4:00
o'clock, at Barbour gymnasium.
Prof. C. It. Van Tyne to Speak Monday
Prof. Claude H. Van Tyne will ad-
dress the Washtenaw chapter, Sons of
the American Revolution, at its
meeting Monday evening in the ad-
ministration building on the grounds
of the homeopathic hospital. His sub-
ject will be "The Personal Side of the
Diplomacy of the American Revolu-
tion." The meeting begins at 8:00
At its May meeting, the Board in
Control of Student Publications will
choose a business manager and man-
aging editor for The Michigan Daily,
managing editor for The Michiganen-
sian, and manager for the Athletic Pro-
gram, respectively. It is the policy of
the board in filling the positions on the
publications under its control to award
them on the basis of merit to those
who have served in minor positions
on the publication to which the posi-
It sometimes happens, however, that
no one who has served on the publica-
tion during the year is eligible or ca-
pable of filling one of the leading po-
sitions for the ensuing year. When
either of these sets of circumstances
arises the board finds it necessary to
consider outside candidates. This no-
tice should not be considered as an
intimation that either of these situa-
tions will arise this year.
All applications for these positions
should be in the hands of Professor
F. N. Scott as soon as possible and not
later than May 2 in order to be con-
sidered. Each application should con-
tain a statement of the experience of
the applicant and should be accom-
panied by the applicant's eligibility
card and any letters of recommenda-
tion which he may have.
BOARD IN CONTROL OF
Pop. Mat. Wed.
25c to $1.0G
2c to $1.iO ' DETROIT
Week May I
25e to $2.00
The Smartest Musical Comedy Success of the Year
116 E. Liberty St.
With the original all-star cast that played
New York, Boston and Chicago over one year
YOU ROAR-When Charles Judels sings his funny song, "Why Take a
Sandwich to a Banquet?"
YOU SMILE--With pleasure when Zoe Barnet sings and dances "The
YOU CHUCKLE--With glee at the splendid humor of Lawrence Gros-
smith, Celebrated English Comedian.
YOU APPLAiUD--With enthusiasm the new dances by pretty Helen
Clarke and Quentin Tod.
Full of pretty girls arrayed in stunning costumes, clever comedians
and newest dances-a zippy, fox-trotty musical treat.
NOT ONE DULL MOMENT-DON'T MISS IT
The Young Men's Clothier
The Delta Supply Store
cIOThigan Men to Attend Convention
Regent Junius E. Beal and Prof. W.
W. Florer have been appointed as statei
delegates to the national convention
of l te Sons of the American Revolu-
tion, which takes place in Newark,
N. J., Way 13 to 16.
Thb e Queen"&'sProgress
A Shakespearean Pageant
Hill Auditori. m
May 5,1916, 8 p. m.
each during summer
Houseman. 528 N.
to make $4a0
vacation. E. B.
LOST-A bunch of keys, with a short
chain attached, at Ferry Field Fri-
day aternoon. Call 366. M. L.I
W ANTlE D-C O O K W A N T E D
for 30 men. Apply today. Phone
Ou Line of Pianos are Leaders
SEAT SALE - Hill AuditorIum Box Office, May
. to,.9 to 12a.m..hd 2 to 6P.m.
POR RfNT -- One large suite with
sleeping porch, between, the campus,
and Main street, Call 2186-M
S EIIWAY, KNABE, SOHMER, CRINNELL
BROS., (own make) VOSE & SONS,
STERLING, "AEOLIAN" PLAYER
Years of experience in producing tone qualities
Artistic Case Designs!
GRINNELL BROS. Music House
116 So. MaIuSt. Phone 1707
Lipson to Address Menorah Society
At the meeting of the Menorah so-
ciety to be held at 8:00 o'clock to-
night in Newberry hall, Isaac B. Lip-
son, '91-'94L, will speak on "A Jew
At Hoppe's artistic studio is ti
place to have your portraits made.
Advertizers in The Michigan Dal
are the reliable business men of tl
Getting Started." Mr. Lipson is a I city. It is to your interest to
practicing lawyer in Chicago.