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THE MICHIGAN IDAILY

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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
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS STATE ST.4

NiC -' WOMEN
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Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published evety morning except
Mpnday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
cmnrs~c rnte

t LS AVING DANCING PARTS
IN PAGEANT TO MAKE MERRY;
SENIOR GIRLS REHEARSE

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150 Brand New (This Year's)
TENNIS RACKETS

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'u e All girls who took dancing parts in
Francis F. MKinney. ManagingEditor the pageant will have a picnic Thurs-
John S. L.eonard........ Business Manager. day, MVay 11, in Cascade Glen. Those
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub- wishing to go are asked to sign at
scriptions: by carrier or mail, $2.50. Want the gymnasium.
ad. stations: Quarry's, Students' Supply
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State There will be a rehearsal of Acts I
Phones: -Business. 960; Editorial, 2414. a T f'! 1,

to Select from - and Everyone Guaranteed

Price: $1.50 to $10

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Tennis Rackets
We are the Agents for the
SLOTTED THROAT RACKETS
Rackets Restrung in Three Days
SH EEHA N'S
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

Communications not to exceed 301o words in
length, or notices of events s'iil be p)ublished
in The D~aily if left at the office in the 'Ann
Arbor Press Blag., or in the notice box in the
west corridor of the general library, where
the notices are collected at 7:00 o'clock each
eveniing.

and n of the senioru iris play this
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock" in Sarah
Caswell Angell :all.
WOULD PLAY, ON SUNDAY

WAHR'S
VNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on ,.astern time, one hour faster
art local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-8:io a
.and hourly to 7:10 p. Irh, 9:1o P. iM.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars- 8:48 a. m. and
Cry two hours to 6:48 p. m.; to Lansing,
48 p. m.
Local Cars, Eastbound-5:35 a. in., 6:40 a. i.,
05 a. m., and every two hours to 7:05 p. m.,
o5 p. Il., 9:o p. mn., to:5o p. InI. T1o Ypsi-
tti only, 8:48 a. m. idaily except Sunday).
2o a. Ill., 12:0 p. in., 6:o3 p. in., I :-45 1
r : o a. n., r ao a. im.
Local Cars, Westbound-6: I a. m., 7: o a.
and every two hours to 7:50 P. ni., 1o:2o
mt., r2:o a. m.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Organized 1869
Caphal ............$ 300,000.00
Surplus..........$ 150,000.00
Resources over .... $3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
Main Office, N. IV. Corner Main
and Huron Sts.
Branch Office, 707 North Univ.
ersity Avenue.
COME IN AND TRY OUR

THAR P S JEWELRY STORE
For Afarm Clockk and Michigan Pins
S113SO. MAIN STREET
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Our "Tailor-Made" Clothes Cost No More
Than the Average "Ready-Made"
CAN SLE, The Tailor
108 E. Washington St Second Floor
CHOP off a few
minutes and eat some of
GEORGE'S SUEY
WAI 1KLING LOO
314 S. StateSt. Phone 1244-M
FIRST NATL. BANK OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital $100,000 Surplus and Profit $$65,ooo
DIRECTORS:
WIRI CORNWELL WALDO M. ABBOTT
GEO. W. PATTERSON HARRY M. HAWLEY
S. W. CLARKSON HARRISON SOULE:
FRED SCHMID D. B.,tUTTON
E. D KINNIE
FOR
CHOICE CVT FLOWERS I
o ,T BISCHOFF'S GE
220 Chapin St. Phone8o9-M

E. Rodgers Sylvester
Tom C. Raidke....
Verne Burnett.......
R. T. Wright.........
I.C. B. Parker ..
Conrad N. Church...
Edwin A. Hyman ..
Lee Joslyn .........
Gordon D. Cooke....
Golda Ginsburg.......
Edward 1,. Mack..
H. Kirk White.
Y. R. Althselei...
C. V. Sellers .......
C. T. Fishleigh ..Assis
NightF
Leonard W. Nieter
L. S. Thompson
Henley Hill
Repo
.FL. A. Fitzgerald
Linton 1B. Diaond
Bruce Swaney
W. R. Atlas
Nat Thompson
Phil Pack
Allen Shoenfield
C. W. Neumann
Busine
Albert E. Horne
E. C. Musgrave
K.,S. McColl
C. P. Emery
j. E. C:

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.Telegraph Editor
.Telegraph Editor- E. If. SKA GGS, '16, SAYS FER R Y
.---Sports Editor
FIELD SHOULD BE OPEN IN
.....Assignment Editor
...".City Editor SPRING AND FALL.
...........City Editor
... City Editor
......Statistical lEdito- Editor, The Michigan Daily:
.......Women's EditorI
When I first entered this university
.AdvertisingManager as a freshman one of the first things
Circulation Manager to strike my attention was the fact
. Accountant
stant Business Manager that Ferry field was closed on Sunday.
I asked why this was-why should
Editors the university playground. be closed
Earl Pardee on that day of all days when it can
J. L. Stadeker
11. C. L. Jackson be best enjoyed by the individual stu-
rr idents". The answer I invariably re-
rtcrs CecilAdw eived was, "Tradition, my boy." As
E. A. Baumgartlih a freshman and as a sophomore this
E. LZiegler
Drank a answer stilled me-though I still felt
lola i ahorrnson that it was all wrong. However, in
It. C. Garrison
D. S. Rood the last two years I have been sur-
Jas. Schermerhtorn, Jr'prisod at the number of students who
ss Stag entertain the same views as I do
Roscoe Rau about the playground being closed on
F. M. Sutter Sunday.

To Victor Owners

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RECORDS
of McCormack, Amata, ftempl, Matzenaur and Werren-
rath are to be had for the Victor Victrola

We Have A Complete -Stock

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A CANOE TRIP

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Bernard Wobl
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1916.
Night Editor-L. S. Thompson

TOWELS

Comnbinetion Lunch

A.M 25c

5:30 P. u.
to 7?P. M.

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Michigan Inn
Chop Suey
E. Liberty Sc. Opp. the Arcadia
e Farmers & Mechanics Bank

Wurster Bros.

Pasturized Milk
and Cream

Phone 423

Main Street
ner Huron

State Street Office
330 S. State St.

When the cook piles the dishes into
the boiling water in the kitchen, tow-
els are necessary and sanitary. And
when the drummer happens to have a'
room with a private bath, towels are
just 'what he wants, no matter how
particular he is. But when several
hundred students, faculty men, and
janitors have to use the same strip of
crash cloth within a few hours, in the,
lavatories of the Library, Alumni hall,
and several other much frequented
places on and near the campus, then
is the time that the local apostles,
ranging from the hygiene to aesthetics,
register their objections.
A few years ago, a slight agitation
for cleanliness on the campus result-
ed in a promise always to keep an
abundant supply of paper toweling at
all places needed on the campus. The
need is still present only it is greater
with the growth of the university. Use
of the present system is the surest
way of transmitting diseases. The
leaders in the rising voice of protest
hope that the usual lack of the tissue
toweling is only an oversight, and
that there will be an immediate reme-
dy of an institution which results in
nearly everything unpleasant, from
chapped hands to the spreading of the
worst disease which afflicts 'mankind.
HOLD EXAMS FOR CLERKSHIP

In the spring and fall, at least, Ferry
field ought to be open to the student
body on Sundays. There is much to
be said for it and I can see little that
can be said against it. Why, after all,
is the university playground closed on
Sunday? Is it because the caretakers
of the gfounds refuse to work on
Sunday? Well, are they needed? Is
it simply traditioi-they closed the
gates in the beginning and have ever
since kept it up? I strongly suspect
that the real reason for keeping Ferry
field closed on Sunday lies in certain
narrow, Puritanic, religious views
which unfortunately we still cling to.
If this is true--then of course, we are
on delicate ground and yet-it seems
to me that any religious views which
would be so narrow as to look un-
favorably upon Sunday recreation of
a good healthy kind are to be con-
demned. Whatever lies behind the fact
that the playground is kept closed on
Sunday-though I would like to know
the real reason-the fact remains, and
I cannot help but regard it as 'a deplor-
able fact.
Perhaps in the future when I visit
Ferry field on a Sunday afternoon in
springtime I will see the courts lined
with players-with the usual week-
day multitude of patient "waiters-for-
a-court"; perhaps I will see baseball
and otherwsports going on down
there. I will be delighted with this
change--only regretting that it did not
come about in my day. But-when
will this change take place?
s. B. SKAGGS,'16 Lit.
COAHNG EVENTS

Quarry Drug Co.'s
Prescription Store

LUNCH

CITY LAUNDRY
THOS. ROWE, Prop.

Incomplete Without
an
Icy=.ot Bottle
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Detroit Street

Phone 457-M

PARTICULAR L A UNR Y

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Detroit Street Phone 457~M

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,models, distinctly above the ordinary.

SHORTHAN|D, TYPEWRITING
BOOKKEEPING
Best Instruction and Equipment'
HaKilton Business College
State and Williams Sts.

Enoch Dieterle
II Funeral Director
210 South 4th Ave.
Phone 404

Prices from $3.50 to $7.00

WAIR'S SHOE STORES

MAIN STREET

STATE STREET

WHITEMORE LAKE SEASON
IS OPEN
The .Lakeview Hotel
ACAIN OFFERS YOU IT'S FAMOUS
FROG, FISH and CHICKEN
DINNERS
BANQUETS A SPECIALTY
CALL 4 JIM BURKE
Whitemore Exchange Prop.

Position of (lerk to Attache Open,
With Salary of $1500
Ixaminations for clerk to commer-
cial attache in foreign countries, a
position which provides a salary of
$1.500 a year; and a clerk qualified
in one foreign language, at a some-
what smaller salary, will be held in
the various cities of the country; on
May 17.
The chief qualification for the posi-
tions consists in familiarity with re-
port writing, the ability to use a
typewriter, and a good acquaintance
with at least one foreign language. -
Candidates are urged to file appli-
cations for both positions, and appli-
cants should write at once to the
United States Civil Service Commis-
sion, Washington, D. C., or to one
of its district offices for application
blanks. Notices containing the full
requirements for the examination will
be posted outside of the appointment
office in Tappan hall.

The University of Chicago
HOM in addition to resident
IJUIVI.work, offers also instruc-
tion by correspondence.
ST Y For detailedi
L 1 4th Year U.efC.(Div. H).Chicaro, .. m ..ui tcr Y1 z.
Mail Extra Blanks to High Schools
Recommendation blanks for next
year's entrances are being mailed from
the Registrar's office to the 260 accred-
ited high schools in the state. In ad-
dition to the secondary schools with-
in Michigan, the blanks are being

PROF. F.W. IKELSEY REPRESENTS
UNIVERSITY AT PEACE MEET
Prof. F. W. Kelsey has been select-.
ed to represent the university at the
first national meeting of the League
to Enforce Peace, to be held in Wash-
ington, D. C., on Friday and Saturday,.,
May 26 and 27. At this gathering a
number of prominent men will speak,
including ex-President William H.
Taft, Newton D. Baker, secretary of
war, and President A. L. Lowell, of
Harvard.

May 12.-Soph Prom, Armory.
May 13.- University of Detroit
All-Fresh, basebal game.
May 13.-Varsity track meet.
May 13. - Cornell University
Michigan, baseball game.
May 17.-First concert of May F
tival, 8:00 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
May 18.--Second concert of May F
tival, 8 00 o'clock, Hill auditorium
May 19.-Third concert of May F#
tival, 2:30 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
May 19.--Afternoon, tug of war1
tween sophomores and freshmen.
May 20.-Morning,. pushball cont
and class relays, Ferry Field.
May 19.-Fourth concert of May F
tival, 8:00 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
May 20.--Polish Seminary vs. A
Fresh, baseball game.
May 20.-Leland Stanford Univ
sity vs. Michigan, track meet.
May 20.-Fifth May Festival conce
2:30 o'clock. Hill auditorium.
May 20.-Sixth concert of May F
tival, 8:03 o'clock, Hill auditorium
May 30.---Memorial Day (Holiday
May 30.-State Normal Colleges
All-Fresh, baseball game.
June 2-3.-Interscholastic Meet.
June 2.---Notre Dame UniversityN
Michigan, baseball game.
June 2.-Cap Night.
June 3.--Notre Dame Universityv
Michigan,, baseball game.
June 9.-M. A. C. vs. Michigan, bas
ball game.
June 10.-M. A. C. vs. Michigan, bas
ball game.
June 25-Baccalaureate Services.
June 26-27.-Class day exercisesj
the schools and colleges.
June 26-27.-Alumni Days.
June 29--Commencement Day.

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TRACK WALKERS ARE WARNED
-l inhi aa fn ls lll< l..f t,

ire ai -nicgan uentrai ails Attention of
Students to Danger <«.
Oes-F.
Now that the warm weather is here .-
es- long afternoon walks will b.popular.
In the past the Michigan Central k
es- tracks have been used by a great manyy.
be- students as a promenade. A represen-
tative of the company wishes to warn
the students of the danger connected
est with this practice, citing the catas-
Cs- trophe of Washington's birthday, when
one student was killed and another
seriously injured, as accidents very
likely to recur if people persist in
er- walking the tracks.
rt, WEBSTER TEAM DEBATES MEN
f'RO A DELPHI FRIDAY TIGHT
es'.
. The cup debating teams of the Web-
) ster and Adelphi House of Represen- KEEP'iU1FFLER LSE)
vs. tatives societies will meet in the final Don't keep your muffler open.
cup debate on Friday night, May 12. Don't drive car faster than 15 miles
The question is the government manu- per hour within city limits.
s facture of arms and munitions of war.!
The members of the two teams are: Sideovalks are iin the street.
Webster, Dorothy V. McCormick, '18L, Don't ride bicycle on side al
VS. S.-F. Cohn, '18L, and A. P. Bogue, '18L; Don't postnotices on itdlerap or
Adelphi, J. R. Simpson, '18M, H.' D. telephone poles.
se- Hopkins, '16, and W. A. Pearl, '16. Don't keep a dog aroundv without a
license.
se, Name Hobbs on Security Committee Don't break the city ordinances and
Prof. William H. Hobbs was appoint- expect to get off without paying the
ed a member of the executive commit-_ penalty.
in tee of the National Security league, The above is 'iven to protect you.
at the anneal meeting of that organ- Show your appreciation.
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Daily Corrects Exhibit Date
The Daily wishes to rectify the foi-
lowing error which appeared in the
Tuesday, May 2, issue of the sheet.
The date of the engineering exhibit
was given as May 17 and 18. The cor-
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