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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PIILMiY, JUAEIIZS, .1

White

Flannel Trousers,

are the Correct thing for that dance or party. Have
a pair tailored to your measure at

G. H.
Leading Merchant Tailoj

Wild Company,

311 State St.

SALE OF
STATIONERY AND LATE FICTION
BARGAINS IN BOTH

The Slater ook hp
Phone 430 336 S. State St.

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Official newspaper at the University of
Mir*,gan. Published every morning except
M itday during the university year.
t~tered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
+M.teundclass matter
A lin Arbor Press Building. Sub-
- n;yisc: ia: b carricr, $'.u; oy 'nail, $3,W).
"'L:lQosry's rtudarts, .ut
{ilvtes: tt.=. LU~s, jtu; Editorial, 24L4.
Communications not to exceed 3.9 wrds
in length, or notices of events will be pub-
lished in The Daily, at the discretion of the
4ditor, if left at the office in the Ann Arbor
Press Bldg., or in the notice box in the west
corridor of the general library, where the
notices are collected at 7:30 o'clock each
evening.
U. C. L. Jackson..........Managing Editor
C. I'h ip iEmery...........Business Manager
1:. '11llonald ...............News Editor
Lee R- Joslyn .... ........City Editor
I ,coiiar i\W. ANieter...........1elcgraph Editor
Marian Wilson..........Women's Editor
UeJoi rest S. Rood.........exchange Editor
J. . Campbell...Assistant Businems Manager
Albert E. Horne..Assistant Business Manager
Roscoe R. Ran ...Assistant Business Manager
,._..._._.._. Night Editors
C.' M. Tickling .-M. Carey
B. A.Ewaney LJ. L. Stadeker
' L. L: Zeig-ler
Reporters
CS.H Clare James Schermerhorn, Jr.
R. I-. Fricken G. 0. Brophy
D. H. Cruttenden Mildred C. Mighell
Annetta T,. WIXood F. A. Taber
T. F. McAllister Allan Shoenfield
K. L. Wehmeyer ugene Given
1~. L. Rice Hlelmuth Maag
1. li. Walton G. 1. (Overton
C. C. Andres e. K. Ehlbert
Business Staff
Paul 1~. Cholette Harry R. Louis
Harold Makinson Ear] F. Ganschow
narold R. Smith Seymour B. Wilson
Walter R. Payne Bervard Wohl
FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1917.
Night Editor-K. L. Wehmeyer
EX-ITORS-J. C. B. PARKER
(FORT SHERIDAN) AND C. T. FISH-
ILEIGH (FORT SHERIDAN)

Bicycles

Switzers'
.Hardware

Bicycle

has passed the required number of
hours to graduate from the Univer-
sity.
Becoming a real Michigan alumnus
involves doing all in one's power, in
every way possible, for Michigan.
There is no better preparation for
attracting students to Ann Arbor than
being informed on University hap-
penings. The Alumnus act as a
medium between the alumni and the
University. It keeps the graduates in
touch not only with campus happenings
but also with the activities of their re-
spective classes and classmates. The
senior doesn't consider this at present,
because he is in actual contact with
the activities.
The Michigan Alumnus reaches
more readers than any other univer-
sity or college magazine of such a sort
aside from the Harvard Alumni Week-
ly. This year a special privilege is be-
ing offered to the graduating class.
Subscription to it automatically makes
a senior a member of the Alumni asso-
ciation.
Michigan expects her 1917 war class
to do her share in contributing to the
welfare of her Alma Mater; to attract
Michigan's qiuota of future leaders in
the nation. Once the material is here,
the University will continue to turn it
out on the same scale as the high
planes of past and present.
A SENIOR'S PRIVILEGE
Today is the last day seniors have
to wear their caps and gowns before
commencement. Today is the last
chance the lower classes will have to
judge the spirit of the 1917 class in
one of Michigan's oldest and most
sacred traditions. Today is the last
chance the seniors will have to dis-
play the right sort of spiritto be
handed down year after. year.
The wearing of the caps and gowns
may be a duty. Certainly those eligible
to wear them should set a good ex-
ample. But in the last analysis, the
wearing of them is less a duty than a
privilege.

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Sanitary
Dry Cleaning Co.
514 E. WILLIAM ST.
Suits
Made to Measure
$15 and up
Phone 2225

ATTENTION !
All Military Men

100 TENNIS RACKETS
of the leading makes, which we offer at

250

Discount --- Come Early!

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TENNIS' PLAYERS --- Listen I

WAHR9
University Book Store

We have on hand no less than

Tennis
Rackets

Base Ball
Goods

Repairing
KEy Fitting
Razor Blade
Sharpening

We have a formula fot a Foot
Powder given us by a retir d army
officer, which he used for years
among his men, during which time
none had sore feet.
Better Get Some at

Lawn Mowers

310 State
Only Hardware
Near Carmpus

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Woemen's Red Cross Class Meets Tes. QUAR"RY DRUG CO'S3
Despite the recent departure of Dr.'
Harry H. Malejan for Fort l3enjamin ' PescriptiOii Store
Harrison the Red Cross class for wo- Cor. S ate & N. University
men formerly unaer nis supervison will
meet as usual on Tuesday afternoon .i
from 4 to 5:30 o'clock under the sup-
ervision of Dr. Charles P. Drury. Typewriters packed and shipped. 0.
Bge - I). Morrill, 322 South State St.-Adv.
PrewntWa BagestoLaborers - - - _-
Madison, Wis., June 7.-Var service Meet me at the Delta Sunday eve-
badges are being distributed to stu- ing.--Adv.
dents who have signed up for summer
work. The university extension div- j ear the June Victor Records at
ision has charge of securing jobs for Schaeberle & Son's Music House.--
the students. Adv.

SAM BURCHFIELD

& CO.

Gives you the best Tailoring service
to be obtained anywhere in the coun-
try, coupled with a wonderful line
of Woolens,

ASSISTANT EX-ITORS - C.
CHURCH, L. E. JOSLYN JR., II.
FITZGERALD, H. C. L. JACKSON.

N.
A.

106 E. Huron Street

Opposite Court House

SAM BURCHFIELD & CO.

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We Offer You
SECURITY - - SERVICE - - LOCATION

Resources $3,800,000

Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated .86q
Main Office-
Northwest Corner Main and Huron b
Branch Office--
707 North Universlty Ave.
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
O1ffrs the Best i, Modern Banking
SEOURITY - - - EFFICIENCY
Convenient and Pleasant Quarters. You Will
Be Pleased With Our Service. Two Offices
101-1068. Main St. : : 330 S. State St.
- Typewriters
Typewriti;ng
Mimeographing
0 er Baltimore Lunch. 3225. State Si
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
EVERY DAY
11:30 A. M. to 1:00 A. M.
One-half order Chop Suey and
Rice, Cup of Tea, Bread and Hot
Rolls, all for 25 cents.
Every day have Fresh -Home-
made Hot Rolls served here-Two
Rolls and Butter, 5 cents.
Open II A. M. to 2 A. M.
MICHIGAN INN,
Tel. 946-R 601 E. Liberty
Typewriters stored, cleaned and ro-
paired. O. 1). Morrill, 322 South StateJ
St.-Adv. 5-6-7-8
CITY EMPLOYMELINT
College men preferred. Good chaneo
or advancement. See De Marsh, Sat-
irday evening 7:30 P. M. at 1208 So.i

IDEitt JI' UNITE DI NES
Fetiveen Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars r n on asern time, one hour faster
that) local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--7:35 a.
in., 8:io a. n. and hourlr to 7:o P .i., 9:l
p. ii.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. im., and
every two hours to 6:48 p. i.; to Lansing,
8:48 p. in.
Jackson Express Cars---( ocal stops west of
,Annl \ior)--9:48 a. in. and every two hours
t7:8p. 7n.
Local Cars Eastbound- -5:35 a. m., 6:40 a.
1l., 7:05 a. M. and every two hours to 7:05 p.
In., 8:o p. 1., 9:s p. n., 10:50 p. m., to
Ypsilanti Only , 9 :o a. In., q :50i a. i., 2:05 P.
I.,6:o5 p. m., 9 :a5 1:..,'1 :45p ., 12:20
a. m., 1:ra aiT., 1:.20 a. in. To Saline,
chanige at 'Ypsilanti.
Local Cars Westbound-6:o5 a. M., 7:48 a.
n , :20 p. m1., 12 :. a. 0m.
Takes Pictures
Swia~in Develops Films
Makes Prints
& Enlargements
III &. UVNIERSITY

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CHIEF NEWS DEVILS: IT. C. L.
JACKSON AND C. P. EMERY.
ASSISTANT NEWS DEVILS AND
SLUG PULLERS: R. T. McDONALD,
H. M. CAREY, E. L. ZEIGLER, C. S.
CLARK JR., L W N1ETER, AND J.
SCI ERMERHORN JR.
With this issue The Daily suspelids
publication for the 1916-1917 academic
year.

City News

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MIIIFN BFR SHOP
332 State St.

A 1aru ular Piace
for ::r ciular People.
FR AU - Prop.
iistitute of A duaries Elects Four
Four Michigan students were taken
Tito the A rikan bistitute of Actuar-
:es it its refing in Chicago last Tues-
1ay a< Wenesday. The elections
were made upon the basis of an exam-
ination which was held in April. The
,ii honoredt aire: H. C. Marvin, grad.;
A. R. Thompson, grad.; James South-
°wol1;'., ": , and A. J. McAndless, '17.
Prof. J. . (2ovor attended the meet-
of the society.
lour ± V ewiter accepted in part pay-
tent fi a Cououa, Cie portable ma-
vie 0i s sixlPG 322 s.ot100,000 In
us(". 0.1). Morrill, 322 South State

UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN
Each one of us feels with each pass-
ing day more and more keenly the
haze of war closing in around us, giv-
ing a different perspective to even
the most familiar things.
Each time we have heard that a
friend has enlisted, there stirs within
us a vague something. Each time the
report is repeated, the something be-
comes more definite. It is only a ques-
tion of days or weeks before it is rec-
ognized in its true light: It is The
Call--the call to the colors.
Unless this war stops suddenly,
every man of us will realize that the
moment has arrived when nothing will
suffice but service.
Obey the command when the time
comes. But consider carefully just
why you are joining. Do not be swept
away by enthusiasm alone. Spontan-
eous enlistment is not for the college
man.
The intelligent man must make an
intelligent soldier, and one soldier who
knows why he is fighting is worth two
who have not weighed, considered, and
decided.
Many who read this in quiet Ann
Arbor -today will not return to the
University in the fall. They will have
answered. But if, they are spared,
when the war is over, they will re-
turn to finish their college course.
Let every man who joins the serv-
ice be determined that the war is only
an interim in his education, to be
taken with the steadfastness of a true
Michigan man. Be sure that you will
return to Ann Arbor in the future and
get the rest of your collegiate train-
ing.

Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock the
annual meeting of the Ann Arbor
Humane society will be held in Sup-
erintendent Slauson's rooms in the
high school. Anyone interested in the
society is invited to be present.
George W. Millen, chairman of the
Washtenaw county Liberty loan com-
mittee, was notified today that the gov-
ernment has increased Washtenaw
county's allotment of the bonds to $1 -
330,000. A renewed effort will be made
to dispose of the allotment before the
close of the campaign.
Charles Ziefie of this city, has just
received word that his brother, Prof.
Adolph Ziefile, former Ann Arbor -man
has been made dean of the newly or-
ganized school of pharmacy of Ore-
gon State Agricultural college.
Nine residents of Washtenaw county
were given citizenship in the United
State Circuit court Wednesday,
after examination by W. H. Wagner,
naturalization examiner. Those admit-
ted to citizenship were: James Wright,
Ypsilanti; 11. N. Chute, ann .Arbor;
Constantine Daminanos Tripoliais,
Ann Arbor; Alexander Ogellvy. Ann
Arbor; Leudwig Herdlitzka, Ann Ar-
bor; Joseph Richard Cromwell, Ann
Arbor; Frank Kroc, Ypsilanti; Wil-
liam Clark, Ann Arbor, and John
Wright, Ypsilanti.
At a meting of the Unitarian Y. P.
R. U. last Sunday evening in the
church parlors the folowing officers
were elected for the coming year:
President, Howard Moses; vice-presi-
dent, Miss Winona M. Saunders; treas-
urer, Burr Osborne; secretary, Miss
Evelyn Scholl. The society will hold
a picnic Saturday. June 16. Those
wishing to attend will meet at 2
o'clock on that day in*ie church par-
lors.

We Sell More Candy than
any other store
is because

THE REAON

We have the Best Sal cliav
and it is Made and Sold bto e w o M k a v i ss

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START NOW TO PREP RE YOUR FEET!

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Severing ties which bind you to Ann
Arbor will not be easy. There will be
friends whom you have come to rely
on, associates you appreciate, interest-
ing work to be left behind. But when
The Call comes, all else must be for-
gotten. Friends, associates and work
are only added incentives to call you
back to the life here after you have
answered your Call.
To those who go this summer; to
those who return in the fall; to all
who have thought this personal mat-
ter through to a conclusion, we say:
Good-bye and good luck, until we
meet again.

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Graduate Club Members Meet Saturday
The members of the Graduate club
will meet at 10 o'clock Saturday morn-
ing in room 151 of the Chemistry build-
ing to elect officers for next year.
Otherimportant business will also be
transacted. All members are especial-
ly urged to attend.
Banquets given particular attention.
Delta Cafe. -Adv.

Store
Quick Service at ur
Fountain

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Regulation Munson Last, required to be worn
by every U. S. Officer and Ertlisted Man.
These are not "Seconds" or cc-.(c' nnded Shoes, I Ut brand new,
clean, regulation ARMY SHOES, sold with the $7'0
consent of the government.............. .... .
THE OUT DOOR STORE
206 Jefferson Ave., DETROIT
Next Door to Interurban Station, Order one size larger than ordinary shoes

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BECOMING AN ALUMNUS
Becoming an alumnus involves more
than receiving one's diploma on grad-
uation day. Such an act merely
proves that the holder of the certificate

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Open
During
Summer

Fresh Vegetables
Fruits
Choice Meats
1121 So. University

OSERVICEa

Dairy Dishes
Salads, etc.
Specials Daily

School

60 E.. William

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