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THlE MICHIGAN DAIy

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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 C"OMPANY
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS STATE'D.ST.
We are' the Agents for l.,e
SLOTTED THROATRAKT
Rackets Restrung tn Three -Days r
SEEH=
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

D)ETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Eastern time, one hour faster
han local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-3:1o a.
. and hourly to 7:10 p. -nl., 9:10 P. In.
Kalamiazoo Limited Cars-S8:48 a. nm. and
!very two hours to 6:48 p. in.; to Lansing,
:48 P. in.
Local Cars, Eastbound-5 :35 a. tn., 6:'4o a. rn.,
:o5 a. n., and every twvo hours to 7:05 p. in.,
:05 P. 1n., 905p. mn,, o:5o p1; in.To Ypsi-
nti only, 8:48 a. In. :~daily except Sunday),
x:20 a. Mn., IZ:o; p. In., 6:05 p). it,., 11:45 .P.
:. i:o a. m.,I:2o a. Il.
Local Cars, \Vestbound-6:12 a. in., 7:10O a.
., and every two hours to 7:50 P. !II , ::2
i. n., 12 :20 a. In,

We Have a
FULL LINE OF
.Cut Flowers and Plants
For All Occasion
C-UVUS INS &HALL.
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 115

The Ann Arbor savings Bank
Organized 1869
Capital........ $ 300,000.00
Surplus .......... $ ;150,000.00
Resources over . ...30000
Banking in all branches
Main Office, N. W. Corner ]sin
and Huron Sta.
Branch Office, 707 North Univ.
ersity Avenue.

Official newspaper at the Univerity of
M7ichiigan. Published eve y morning except
Monday during ible univrsity year.
Entered at the pos-office at Ann Arbor as
seconid-class 'natcr.l
Francis F McKin ney...Managing Editor
fcnhn S. Leonrd......... Business Manager
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
,scrit~tiu:s: be carrier or mail, $250 Want
"ad. stdiorxs: Quarry's, Students' Supply
Store, The Dleta, coi Packard and State.
Phones: Business. 96o ; Editorial, 2414.
t (Commiications 1h}otto exceed 300 words in
icngth, .or iotict of 0events will be pblishd
mi 'Fhw Daily if left at the office in the Ann
Arbor P'ress lg. or in the notice bo in the
wear corridor o the general library. where
the notices are collected at :oo oclock each
evenling.
F. Rodgers Sylvester News 'Edito
Tom C. Reid......... ..... .elegraph EditorI
Verne Burnt......... ...'elegraph Editor
E. P. Wright......... .......Sports Editor
J. C. B. Parker... ...Assignment Editor
Conrad N. Church .............City Editor
Fdwin A. Hyman....... .city Editor
L~ee Joslyn ,............City Editor
(.nriaon 17 Cooke.....Statistical Editor
Golda Ginsburg ..........Xoen's Editor
Fdward F. Mack ...... Advertising -Manager
11. Birk White. .......Publication Manager
Y. R. Asee. , Circulation Manager.
C. V. Sellers ...... ........... ..Accountant
C. T. Fishleigh. .Assistant :Business Manager
Night Editors
L~eoranl W. Neter Earl Pardee
L.. S. 1,hotopsoni J. L. Stadeker
Hencley lill I. C. L,. ackson
Reporters
II. A,. FizgeraMl Cecil Andrews
Lin ton ll. Di moud E A. Bangarth
Bruce Swane E, L. Ziegler
W. R. Atlas Frank Tber
N at Thompso n H olland Thhopson
Phil Pack fl, C. Garrisonj
Alien Slhoenfield D. S. Rood
C. WV. Neuann Jas. Schermerhorn, Jr.
Business Staff
AlIbert f;. Horne tRoscoRaum
I;. C. Musgrave F. M. Sutter
K. S. McCol L W. Kennedy
C. P. Finery Bernard Woh
J. 73. Campbell
TK{URSDAY, MAY 18, 1916.
Night Iitor........... Walter Atlas
CONVENIENCE OR CONVICTION?
The main argument against throw-
ing open the gates of Ferry field
seenms to be that it would be contrary
Sto the policy of the people of the
state. We can see a possible ground
for such a contention, yet we cannot
see tat it is of much force.
T1.he student body is not -asking that
te field be opened for all day, but
for the afternoon only. They do0 not
ask Ithat Varsity or intercass games
be played at this time. They merely
Iask for an opportunity to play a few
sets of tennis or a friendly game of
bail in an effort to hasten along the
afternoon of the longest day of the
week.
Faculty and students, speaking both
officially and unofficially, are practi-
cally unanimous for the scheme. They
only blk when the question is asked,
"What will the people of the state
say?" The faculty man thinks of the'
appropriations that are comning for his
pet study; the student, of better venti-
lated buildings and posibe dormitor-
ies. Yet we wonder if there is as
much potency in this argument as
there seems to be.
Policy is a broad term. It is used
to cover many things. The policy
of the state is the samve that it was
whten the library was thrown open
to studlents on Sunday afternoons.
When that action was taken there
was no question of what the people1
of the state would say or would not

say. To put forward such a con-I
tention now seems to be more a mat-
ter of convenience than conviction.
EXPLAINS HIS STTEMENT

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To clean
or fill,
th no,.
The
fanny
man
will
do the _
w~p\ job.
EASY To Fu. SML 2 sECONDS
Used by Fcu'lty
and Students Alike
Let this satisfactor'y pen travel
with you through your college
course, It will be a big help in
youtr work, because it is the lead-
ing Self-Allirng Safety pen.
pR
LFFILLSAFE
FOUNTAIN PEI
The new thing in, self-filling pensj
-Po slits, slots-or levers, no holes
in the wall of the barrel, giving
no chance for escape of ink, even
in accidents. Fills in 2 seconds for
10,000 words by pressing button,
Carried flat, up-side-down, in any po.-
stion-can't leak.
All sizes-$2.5O, $3, $4 and $5. Liberal
agents' terms if not represented.
arker Pen Co. ,223 Mill St. Janesvrille, Wis.

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Price: $1.50 to $10

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UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

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SAVINGS BANK
Main & Wishing 0" Sta.
ources, $2,5009000.0 0

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FRATERN ITIES
t me figure with You on your next
,ar's supply of coal. Now is the
ne to look after next year's coal
pply.
JrIQ. J. SAUER
hone 2484 31O W. Liberty
Teachers of Commercial
Subjects prepared4 at
Hamilton Eusness College
Staste andWilliams Stag.

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1, HAVE IT!
Wears better than
Leaiuir
VN'S 6QUALITY
I SHOE SHOP
The New Shop, 11148S. University.'
ASK FOR and GET
THE ORIGINAL
Cbeap su ,-sites o-t YOU same price.

of athletics violations of training regu-
lations. It is far from the thought of
the athletic authorities to institute a
spy system., but they will take very de-
cisive action if called upon to do so.
I trust that this will be accepted by
all candidates for our teams as a fair,
impartial warning and I sincerely hope
that the board in control will have no
occasion to take action on a single case
of an infraction of training regulations
or of any of our. athletic rules."
P. G. BARTELME.
NOT TO REPEAT PAGEANT
1111F. KENYON MAKES REPORT;
WOHME 'S LEAGUE TO HAVE
LI F E EMBERSHIPS
Feeling that the program for Comn-
inencement Week is already full, the
board of the Women's League decided
at a meeting held yesterday afternoon
not to repeat the Shakespearean.
Pageant, as had been suggested. A
full report of the pageant was made
by Professor H. A. Kenyon, and was
accepted by the board.
A committee was appointed to ar-
range a system of life membership,
similar to the Union memberships,
but for a much smaller sum. It is
hoped that by this plan many alumnae
may be interested.
Tentative plans, for a Women's league
dance were discussed, June 3 being
considered as a probable date. Fur-
ther announcement will bo made by
the committee appointed for the pur-
'pofi.
Girls wishing to take the swimming
test for athletic honors should makze
appointments with Miss Evans at
once.
The women of Newberry residence.
will be at home to their friends at'
tea, from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock, this
afternoon.
Freshlmenl taking required gymnasi-
urn work should look on the bulletin;
board in the Women's League room,'
in IUniversity hall, for notices of ab-
sences.
'.ickets for the~ Freshman Slipper.
Monday, May 22, at 5:30 o'clock, must
be secured by Saturday, May 20. They

A Complete -LIne of
ALBET MANN, Dr ;s*
215 South Mm liSt. AimimAribo-.

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THE BEAUTY .OF MY BUSINESS IS--.
FLOWERS
Visit my store and see. Rverything in Flowers--Daffodils,
Orchids, Tulips, Narcissus, Violets, Sweet Peas, Roses, Carna-
tions and billies of the Valley..
Full Lime of Plants
MRS. FLANDERS" FLOWER SHOP
Phone 294 213 EAST LIBERTY STUEET

R OMEwasn'ts 'built in a
day Neither was any-
thingaelse 'worth while. It
takes mo' than two years to
"ibuild " a tin of VELVET*
r.'Z

Hot ,Water

usually stops when the furnace

goes out.

Hot Water all summer with a

ig Oct all Michigan Jewelryat Cost---
ALSO INGERSOLL WATCHES and ALARM CLOCKS

Gas-Fired Heater.

Wash tenaw Gas Co.

)CK SCHLEEDE

340 SO. STATE S'TREET

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

IF

and lasting distinction
of fashion and design

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

may be obtained from Mrs. Blackburn, Women's editor, 627.
or Dean Jordan's secretary, at the~ There will be a special rehearsal I
gymnasium, or from representatives' of the Glee Club this afternoon, at
in both dormitories. 1500 o'clock.
Education notes on Herbart were________
found in the Daily box yesterday. The Paitronize Daily dvertizers. **I
owner may have them by calling the;

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

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No ffj

Don't throw away that old trunk.
We will repair it. Koch & Henne, 300
South Main. t ,

Capper & Capper
Furnishings

D. E. GRRNNAN
REAL CUSTOM 'TAILOR
606.-E. LIBERTY STREET

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SAM BURCCHFIEL

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Fine Tailoring

3111. BARTELIME CORRECTS THE
IMISCO)NTIIITTIO'N OF FOOTBALL
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
The Michigan Daily unintentionally
misconstrued my statement with refer-
ence to training regulations made be-
fore the football candidates Monday
evening.
By y breaking' training rules, I did
not mean failure to get out for spring
practice without a legitimate excuse,
but I (lid state that every man should
l)e out for spring practice if college
or outside work did not absolutely pre-
vent him from so doing.
Nly declaration regarding the break-
ing- of training rules applied to the
regular seasons in all branches of
sport, undt that declar-ation was,'in
substatnce as follows:
"Any membe~f r of any athletic squad
guilty of the( slighxtest infractions of
triigregulations during the regular
season of the sport involved will be
very liable- to suspension from that1
branch of sport for the entire season
if this infraction is brought to my at-,
tenition. The coaches and trainers of
at hl eti c teams will be relieved of the
responsibility of taking action, for I'
shall place before the board in control

Don't Forget the Sale at
Brown's Bookstore
340 SO. STATE STREET

BUY FOR FUTURE. NEEDS

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Department Paper
Thesis Paper
Kara Linen-

now 20c lb.
~20c flb.

W,

Louisine = - - ~,242
I. P. Loose Leaf Book. 25% off

f5c lib.
c lb.

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2255, open under new manage- 'Saddl1e ponies aIt 5,cOTan hor. Call
tt 830. tr
Lyndon for a good flashlight. Old Town Canoe paddles, $1.25 and
$2.00, also seat backs at $ .85, $1.25
next group picture. Call and $1.50. Save money on canoe sup-
m18l plies at Switzer's, 310 State. tf

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1-3 off on Michigan Jewelry,. Souvenir Spoons, Pennants,
and all other articles in the Store.

F. W. BROWN BOOK CO.

340 5. State S.

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