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Summer Clothes

WHEN the sizzle and scorch
of a summer sun surcharge
the atmosphere,you'11 appreciate
the cool comfort of an outing
Tailor-Made to your Inches
from any of our many tropical
weight fabrics-Palm Beach,
Mohair, Kool Krash, feather-
weight serges and other depend-
able, stylish materials.
Order Now and be Pre-
pared for the Heated

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C'4r mir4tgat ait
Official newspaper at the University of
Mi<A;.gan. Pubhshzed every tnornin~ except
M~nday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
Srub- by c5rie; $.s. by mail, $ .oo
~ ~: s~nant : uarry's; Studentn' sup
Ply Stortc; ThelDelta, cor. State an~d ickrd
Coamp aiictions not to exceed 3&o words
in leugth, or noices of events will be pub-
lished i The Daily, at the discretion of the
Editor, ;g left at the office in the Ann Arbor
Pres Bldg., or in the notice box in the west
corridor of thn general library, where the
notices are collected at 7:30 o'clock earb
If. C. L,. Jackson ........... Managiing Editor
C. ' tuii p fl"'ery........... Business Manager
R. 'T . c lona3................News Editor
Lee :. J slyn................ City Editor
IiaroiAd A . Sports Editor
1,eonar"i W. NieteT.........eligraph Editor
Marian Wilson ... .......Women's Editor
Deaorrest S. Rood.........Exchange Editor

Are You



Select a fashion from the
many models that we show
or have it designed as you de-
sire it; patbh pockets, plain,
belted or pinch backs and
other novelty style variations.

Guaranteed in fit, fashion,
fabric and shape permanency
that defies the stretch and
strain of constant wear. No
higher in price than a good
ready-made but vastly super-
ior in tailoring and in texture.

The "Y" Employment Of-
fice has the names of some
200 students who have ap-
plied for vacation employ-
ment. These students are
asked to interview the Em-
ployment Secretary any day
this week between the hours
of 3and 6 P. M., or 'on
Saturday morning.


1.. C arr:; tEll As «.ns t usimjesi manager
tihrt > ouc'Axsintant BUSilluis Manager
1'~'~c~e . Pco .Ist: tt p.osiiess oManager
..N eat Wf"ditors

!iCaIing Car ds
Order them NOW
100 Cards with plate--1.50 to $3.50
- a
W HEN a dog bitesme once,
I'm through with it. Same
way with a tobacco.
VELVET is aged in the
wood for two years to
make it the smoothest
smoking tobacco.
PHONE 294 213 E. Liberty St.

-I. WILD COMPANY Leading Merchant Tailors
311 So State Itreet.
Lee's Slotted Throat
[he Slat r Book ho
ons 430 - 336 S. State St.
STOP AT Special Sale of Cosmetics and Switches
U'L E' SSpecial Ten Day Weave
338 8. STATE Miss M4abel Rowe
i sodas and lunches Shampooing, Manicuring, Massaging and Chiropody
Phone 2402 326 North 5th Avennet


C2. .. ckling,
B. .A.:vay

IH. M. Carey
J. L. Stadeker


1 E . 12 Z°gIr
S. Clark ane. Schermerhorn, Jr.
R. 11. Friclken G. O. Brophy
1). 11 Cruttenden Mildred C. Mighell
\nneua 1,'Pc . A. Taber
T. F McAllister Allan Shoenfield
K. L. Wehmeyer Eugene Given
C- L. Rice elmuth Maag
1. If. waltan G. P. Ovetotn
C. C. A1recws AL. K. Eh.1lbert


Paul 1 E. Cholete
Harold Makinsor
Harold R. Smith
Walter It. Payne

Harry R. Louis
Earl F. Ganschow
Seymour B. Wilson
Bernard .Kohl

Approximately 3,600 male studemiLs
must register under the conscription
act of May 18, in the registrar's office
in University hall, beginning today. In
other words, since there are nine days
of registration, with office hours of
six hours per day, the average must
be about one each minute.
According to law, the man register-
ing cannot make out his card. This
work must be done by an authorized
party. This takes time. Get an early
start and aid the work.
Today is Victoria's birthday in
Great Britain.
We wonder how hard the women
knitters are working on those mufflers
The fellow who wears shell-rimmed
glasses may meet his Waterloo when

THURSDAY, MAY 24 1917.
Night Editor-C. M. Jickling
For the first time since the Spanish-
American war students are leaving the
University of Michigan in any num-

>ice Cut Flowess and Plants
Chapin St. Ann Arbor, Mich

Capital $ino,oeo Surplus and Profit $65,000
Wirt Cornwell Waldo M. Abbott
Geo. W. Patterson Harry M. Hawley
r. W. Clarkson Harrison Soule
.Fred SchnmidD. B. Sutton
ML D. Kinnie


bers to fight for their country. Our he sees some real shells.
naval reserves bid Ann Arbor good-

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our Delicious, Cold and Sparkling Soda Water on a sultry day will
en your eyes to the difference in a high grade, pure fruit juice
voring and that made by artificial processes. Our Choice Soda
,ter is a boon to the thirsty on a summer's day and our Ice Cream
Ada is both food and drink. THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

bye tonight.
We are proud to see them go.
We are proud that they are to rep-
resent the University in foreign fields.
Beneath the flare of parting there is
one significant fact: We must real-
ize that with their exodus a closer
bond is welded between this studious
community and the grim roar of world
And in this realization there is great
merit, for we become a part of the na-
tion's life.
Whatever is to come, not alone for
our naval reserves, but for us all, let
us know that when the clarion call
of peace rings through the land we
will have won through common danger:
faced together the, right to feel that
we are not mere sequestered studen
but that we are a breathing part of the
United States of America.
Feeling as the nation feels; giving
where the nation gives; fighting
where the nation fights; leading
where the nation leads.

Has anyone sighted a submarine on
Barton dam?
The man who admits he's wrong
pretty usually right.
Do You Know That-
There are 2,640 cards of tunnel un-
der the campus.
The Frieze memorial organ in Hill
auditorium was made for the Colum-
bian exposition in 1893.
Chapel was formerly held in that
section of University hall now occu-
pied by the registrar's office.
The late President-emeritus James
B. Angell was once United States min-
ister to China.
Alumni Memorial hall contains sev-
eral valuable collections of antigtes.


Flowers by Wire to All the

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Member of [Florists' Telegraph
Delivery Service

We Offer You
Resources $3,8oo,8ooo
in Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
n Office--
irthwest Corner Main and Huron
ich Office--
707 North University Ave.
armers & Mechanics Bank

Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Eastern time, one hour faster
than local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars.-7:,3,s a.
in., 8 :o a. m. and hourly to 7:1o t .m., 9:10
p. mn.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. in., and
every two hours to 6:48 p. M. ; to Lansing,
8:48 p. iM.
Jackson Express Cars-(ILocal stops west of
Ann Arbor)---.9:48 a. in. and every two hours
to 7:48 p. o".
Local Cars Eastbo rid- -5:5 a. in., a: o a.
=n., 7 :05 a. in. and every two hours to 7 :05 p.
in., 8:05 p. n., 9:051 p. M., jo:50 p. m., to
Ypsilanti only, 9 :2o a. ., 9:50 a. !n., a:05 P.
in., 6:05 p. im., 9 :45 p. in., 11 :45 P. in., 12 :o
a. m., 1 :ro a. i., 1:20 a. m.. To Saline,
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars Westbound-6:05 a. M., 7:48 a.
in., 10:20 p. m., 12:20 a. n.


Offers the Best in Modern Banking
abut and Pleasant Quarters. You Will
easd With Our Serv'ice. Two Offices
05 3. Main St. : : 330 S. State St.
a Typewriters
altimore Lunch. 322 S. State St
npleted articles for the naval re-
s should be left at Barbour gym-
m by noon today.
ra skeins or parts of skeins- of
yarn can be turned in at the di-
's office In Barbour gymnasium.
junior-senior baseball game
be played off at 4 o'clock today,
be sophomore-freshman game at
ock Friday.
W. C. A. cabinet meets at 5
k today in Newberry hall.

Has purchased the entire file of Dames
& Nickels and Dailes' negatives. For
prints from any, please call at
C1O9 off a few
minutes and eat some of
314 S.State St. Phone 1244-M
call Pauline Champlin, '18, or An-
netta Wood, '17.
Mortarboard initiation has been in-
definitely postponed on account of the
mass meeting this afternoon.
Preliminary try-outs for senior girls'
play will be completed at 3:50 o'clock
this afternoon at Sarah Caswell Angell
Mrs. Cordelia M. Creswell, superin-
tendent of special classes in Grand
Rapids, will address the Girls' Educa-
tional club at 4 o'clock tomorrow in
room 106 Tappan hall on the subject,
"Mentally Deficient Children."
Catlett Transferred to Washington
James B. Catlett, '17L, who was lo-

The 1917 Michiganensian appears to-
Michigan's year-book is the one real-
ly big institution in Ann Arbor which
goes quietly on its way throughout
(he year without publicity, withou
an uproar, and almost unheraldef&
However, the closing weeks of each
spring bring forth for Michigan stu--
dents one of the finest and most coin-
plete university or college annuals
published in America.
Do not accept The Daily's word fc
this if you are dubious, but borrow
copy of the annual published at other
places from friends this summer and
arrive at your own conclusions. The
student body as a whole fails to ap-
preciate the truly high standard of
work that marks the Michiganensian.
We have come to accept this ex-
cellence as the standard, which, after
all, is the finest tribute that can bt
paid. This year's book has never been
surpassed in preceeding years. It 1
a highly creditable production and one
c-t which Michigan and Michigan st
cents will be justly proud.


The following girls reported for
wvork yesterday afternoon at the intel-
ligence bureau at the Michigan Union:
Margaret Cooley, '18.
Marguirite Novy, '19.
Ardith Paul, '19.
Blanche Goodell, '19.
Clara M. Jones, '20.
Gretchen Jones, '20.
Louise M. Kreger, '19.
Lena Corbin, '19.
Lucile French, '20.
Laura French, '20.
Jessie Metcalf, '20.
Katherine Kilpatrick, '19.
Dr. H. Emerson Shows Improvement
Dr. Herbert W. Emerson of the Uni-
versity Pasteur institute, who was se-
riously injured on May 19 in front of
Barbour gymnasium when his auto-
mobile was struck by a street car,
was able to. be up yesterday for the
first time. '

Michigan men who have enlisted for
military service are: C. E. Page, '19;
M. R. Palin, '17; E. B. Palmer, '17; J.
C. B. Parker, '17; G. B. Pearson, '19;
H. B. Pelham, '17; W. D. Peterson, '19;
E. S Pettyjohn; W. L. Plummer, '20;
P. J. Quakenbush, '20; Clare Ralya,
'18; Morgan Ramsay, '20; F. P. Rand-
all; A. D. Rathbone, '19; Sherwood
Reekie, '19; H. M. Reeves, '18; Monroe
Repke, '20; R. B. Richardson, '20;
T. B. Robertson; W. K. Robertson, '17;
H. P. Rohde, '19; M. R. Rorick, '20,
and R. A. Runyan, '17.
Michigan men who have enlisted
for farm work are: 0. J. Labarge,
'20; A. L. LaGrant, '20; H. F. Layle,
'20; J. E. Leddick, '20; H. W. Lee,
'18; Standford Leffen, '18; S. H. Lef-
fier, '18; V. E. Legg, '19; A. T. Leh-
man; J. H. Levin, '18; C. E. Lockwood,
'20; R. A. Lucke; W. G. Lush, '20; E.
H. Lyon Jr., '19; Robert McCutcheon,
H. F. McGlasson, '20; A. W. MacLach--
lan, '19; J. A. McLaughey, '18; D. A.
MacInnes, '18; O. A. MacNaughton,
'19; Bert McNeil, '19; R. I. Manwar-
ing, '20; W. D. Marquedant, '20; J. H.
Mathews, '19; C. F. Matthews, '18;
L. L. Matthews, '19, and A. D. Maul-
betsch, '18.
Prof. John R. Brumm Speaks in North
Prof. John R. Brumm is spending
the week in the upper peninsula where
he will deliver a number of com-
mencement addresses. P r o f e s s o r
Brumm also addressed the Detroit
Eastern high school Monday on "Self-
Only one Fifty-Fifty Athletic Union
Suit. Davis Toggery Shop, 119 So.
Main St.-Adv. 24-26

CopyrightHartSchafner 3,:Jarx
will be the big things in hot
weather suits this year. They're
going to be very popular and
every young man should have a
suit in his wardrobe.


For results advertise in The Michi-
Kan Daily. Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

have supplied us with a fine lot
of these suits. They have good
lines and are extremely well
tailored. Look these over.


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have the qualities that make
them the choice of best dressers
everywhere. We handle them.

s' section of Deutscher Verein cated in the officers' reserve
at 7:30 o'clock tonight, General
z at o'cock.Fort Snelling, Minnesota, ha,
g at 8 o'clock.
or women may call for the col- a transfer to Washington; D.
r their academic gowns at the will take an examination
Royal.mission in the regular army.
Royal. ________
enior women should fill out the
blanks for the Collegiate Alum- Patronize Daily Advertiser
sociation at Newberry hall.
wishing to attend the Geneva - There is opportunity In T
party to be held June 1, should gan Daily AdR. Read them..

e camp at
as secured
C., where
for a com-


At Armory

Reule-Conlin-Fliegel CO
Southwest corner
Washington and Main Sts.
Davis is still selling Athletic Union
Suits for 54c. Davis Toggery Shop, 119
So. Main St.-Adv. 24-26


Friday, May 25.

Tickets at Busy Bee

Fisher's Ragtime Artists

ho Michi-

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