THE MICHIGAN DAILY
)U'RE NOT READY B
FOR SUMMER amps
Ru have ordered that light weight
jit. A summer suit made by Mal-
:ombination of style, comfort, and
Style is possible for the reason that
cut and made to your individual
Comfort is there because the mat-
he sheerest fabric,and economy,be-
mier suit costs little in the begin-
if hand tailored by Malcolm will
always look well-We are showing
of serge and flannel trousers.
)n't Forget to Attend Our .
i Anniversary Sale
han & Co.
on a suit
on the north-east cor-
and Huron streets for
ce station of the Stand-
ny began Monday. As-
made by John Koch, the
or in charge of the con-
t the building will be
hin 75 days.
of the building is esti-
000, which includes the
ed by the company for
only service stations in
.at equal this one are in
iladelphia, and Atlantic
far superior to any in
er the 'wmanagement of
>s, the business for the
eased over one-third,
r station absolutely nec-
.rbor has been the larg-
e United States without
newest features of the
be the ladies' rest room,
wn to only the latest
is. Ann Ar.bor has not
rest room for women,
be the only one between
Detroit. There will al-
s lavatory in the base-
run ks. Koch and Henne.
ment. A double driveway covered
with a tile canopy will lead to both
The base of the building will con-
sist of green brick, and the balance
of white stucco. #A series of lights
will be, placed around the top of the
building, making it well lighted. Two
five-gallon gas pumps and two one-
gallon polarine pumps will be install-
ed in the driveway, so that two ma-
chines. can be filled at the same time.
It is planned to have a man in attend-
ance from 6 o'clock in the morning
until 12 o'clock at night. Five simi-
lar buildings will be erected in De-
troit, copied from the plans of the
Ann Arbor construction.
TECHNIC WILL PRINT
STUDENT WAR NEWS
Because it is impossible for a stu-
dent who enters military service to
keep in touch with all of his class-
mates, the Technic, official quarterly
of the Engineering society, has adopt-
ed the plan of publishing, in each is-
sue, a page or more of items dealing
with all former engineering students in
the service. This plan will be carried
out for the first time in the "In The
Service" number, to be published
Every issue of the engineers' pe-
riodical will hereafter contain a com-
plete list of all new men in the serv-
ice of their country, besides news of
all promotions and changes, of ad-
A much larger number of engi-
neers in the service than was at first
supposed has already been found by'
the members of the Technic staff,
who also report that the number of
officers among these men is very
great. It has been found difficult to
obtain notes on the alumni students'
who are fighting.
It is estimated that the next issue
of the Technic will contain about 400
names and nearly all of these are
names of members of the classes from
1917 to 1921, inclusive.
Watch The Daily Classified column.
MICHIGAN SREAS IEJEN
IN TENli TOURNAMENT
WOLVERINES BEAT WISCONSIN t
IN SINGLES; LOSEl
(Special to The Michigan Daily)
Chicago, Ill., May. 23. - Michi-i
gan's tennis team won both of their
single matches against Wisconsin
here today in the Conference tennis1
tournament by decided scores but lost
their doubles match to Minnesota in
four hard fought sets.
In the singles matches, Egbert eas-
ily disposed of his rival, Neilson of
Wisconsin, in straight sets, 6-2, 6-1;
while Gotfriedson of Wisconsin suf-
fered. defeat in straight sets, at the
'hands of Michigan's representative
Hamer trimming him 6-0, 6-3.
The doubles match went through
four hotly contested sets, Hamer and
Egbert finally losing to Widen and,
Adams of Minnesota, 6-4, 4-6, 7-5,
Chicago defeated Minnesota in the
singles matches, Nath beating Widen
6-3, 6-3; and Pike beatingAdams 7-9
6-2, 6-1. Chicago lost the doubles
match to Wisconsin i. a battle that
went five sets.
GREAT BRITAIN HAS LARGEST"
1917 WAR LOAN SUBSCRIPTION
Of the various loans raised in 1917,
Great Britian has the greatest amount,
having subscribed $5,096,245,320. Com-
parative figures follow:
British victory loan early in 1917,
fve per cent. Total subscriptions, $5,-
United States- second Liberty Loan,
four per cent. Total subscriptions, $4,-
Eighth German war loan, four and
one-half and five per cent. Total sub-
French war loan of 1915, five per
cent. Total subscriptions, $2,261,864,-
.Austrian seventh war loan, five per
cent. Total subscriptions. $1,150,000,-
Italian fourth war loan, five per
cent. Total subscriptions, $1,000.000,-
Hungary seventh war loan, six per
cent. Total subscriptions, $600,000,-
Canadian victory loan, November,
1917, five and one-half per cent. Total
SENIOR WOMEN OUTLINE PLANS
FOR COMMENCEMENT AFFAIRS
Senior women held the last of their
afternoon "get together" parties yes-
terday afternoon in Barbour gymnas-
ium. It was decided that the class
would hold the annual senior house
party and senior breakfast on June 21
and 22 at Newberry residence, and
committees were appointed for the
final senior functions of the year. It
was voted to give all surplus class
funds to aid in paying off the debt on
The business meeting was followed
by an hour of college songs and danc-
4:15 o'clock -- Prof. 14. C. Adams
talks at Barbour gymnasium on "War
7 o'clock-Band concert and senior
sing at the band stand.
7:30 o'clock -- Cosmopolitan' club
meets in Lane hall.
8 o'clock - Oratorical association
play, "The Silver Box" in University
8 'clock - Engineers-Mechanics
smoker at Y. M. C. A.
8 o'clock-"Old Maids' Convention,"
at the Methodist church.
9 o'clock-Pennsylva.nia club party
at the Union.
2 o'clock-Polonia Literary Circle
meets in Lane hall.
4 o'clock-Prof. W. A. Frayer lec-1
tures at Sarah Caswell Angell hall!
on "The Russian Situation in Its Re-#
lation. to European Politics."
7:30 o'clock-Craftsman club meets
in Masonic Temple.
The Comedy club will hold mem-
bership try-outs from 9 to 12 o'clock
tomorrow morning in Newberry hall.
Oratorical association elections will
be held at the flag-pole from 9 to 2
o'clock. Every student is eligible to
Six or seven senior lit students
have not called for their invitations.
These will be placed on sale from
11 to 12 o'clock tomorrow in Univer-
sity hall. Only a few invitations are
left and they will be sold to first
Pennsy Party on for Tonight at Union
The Pennsylvania spring. party to
be held tonight at the Union will be
open to the campus. Music, cards, and
dancing will make up the program.
Tickets may be obtained at the Busy
Bee, the Union, or from Mr. Kil-
bourne, J. W. Chase,.'19, W. E. Cole,
'20, Abigal Blackburn, '18, and Grace
E. Albracht, '21, and other commit-
Class Dancing Monday and Thurs-
day evenings at the Packard.-Adv.
Main and Liberty Streets.
A Most Unusual
Of the lowness of its prices.
Remarkable for its splendid
Wonderful in the opportunitie
Offers men and women high-
est marketable prices for their
old clothes. Anything in the
of suits, overcoats, or shoes he will
take off your hands. Sell your old
clothes. They are no good to you.
I can use them. You w
money's worth. No quibb
them cheap. Their absolu
be paid. Men's and wom
both. Call Mr. Claude B
Hoover Ave. Pone 2601
gladly call at your reside
Cloth and Silk Dresses
Skirts, Blouses, Sweaters
WHAT'S GOING ON
See the latest styles in personal
calling cards at James Foster House
Straw Hat Days are Here
t. o. T. C. MEN!
ye you secured your Uniform for Summer Camp?
We specialize in Straw Hats for Young Men and our stock this year are more complete than ever before.
you want a sailor shape we can show you all of the latest shapes in split Sennits and fancy weaves. Our Panama
and Bankock assortment is the largest shown in the city and we feel sure that we have just the hat that will please
you. Come in and see our special values in Panamas at five dollars.
are in a position to Outfit you completely with Khaki
rms, Breeches, Service Hats, Cords and Straps.
hing you will need for the Camp.
Don't forget that we are the sole agents for the famous ADLER-
ROCHESTER Clothes for Young Men and men who want to stay young.
Our Prices are Right
Tinker & Company
217 S0. MAIN STREET
UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENT
So. State St. at William St.