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THE MICHIGAN DAILYpAF,

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STRAW HATS
Bring in your oJ hat and we will allo wyou 50c toward a
new one. From $2.00 up.
Ask to see our sport coats from $8.50 to $10.00. White
Flannel Pants from $5.00 to $6.00.
J. F. WUERTH CO.
Next to Orpheum

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We have the Stiff or Soft Sailors,

also a large

selection of Panamas

and Leghorns

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ANN ARBOR, MICH.

Wadhams & Co.

State Street

Main Street

Expect Standard 20 Weeks Needed
Summer Session to Finish Union

FOR ELECTRIC REPAIRS
OF ALL KIND: CALL
Washtenaw Electric Shop
Tho-Shopof Quality
It its not Right we make it Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington St.

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Your Flora Needs=-
Are EST SA I ISFIED By Us
PHONE 115
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
FLOWERS FOR DECORATION
=COUIN* & HALL
1002 S. UNIVERSITV AVE.
Members of Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association

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A Delicious* Lunch
cal be quickly prepared, and without the slightest
trot.ib ,on a
Electric Chafng Dish
This handsome and very convenient table utensil is a
source of both comfort and pride to the housewife.-
Just the thing for a hasty lunch or Sunday supper.
Cooks practically any dish you have a desire for
-makes toothsome fudge. No trouble; no alcohol; no
messing. Just attach to a fampnsocket.
Come in and inspet them.
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"Just what the enrollment will be
during the 1917 summer session, is
hard to forecast at this time," said
Prof. E. H. Kraus, dean of the sum-
mer session yesterday, "but regardless
of the indecision pending with many,
all indications are that the number
will almost come up to that of last
year."
With additional courses added to
meet the war crisis, more than 300
courses of instruction will be offered.
JOURNALISM AND THE WAR
The best service that a student
trained for newspaper work san rend-
er to his country-assuming that he
is not drafted-is to find a place in a
newspaper office and pursue his call-
ing with all his might. If he does
this, though it be in a humble capacity,
he will be quite as useful as the high-
est-salaried war correspondent at the
front, and perhans even more so. The
safety of the Republic during the war
will depend in large measure upon the
presence in newspaper offices of sane,
thoughtful, high-minded men such as
a university ought to produce.
There are two dangers to which a
democracy is peculiarly exposed in a

Slowly, but surely, the new Mich-
iVan Union building is seen rising out
of the depths of the earth.
As a result of six weeks work the
first floor has been completed and in
20 weeks time they will have com-
pleted the structure up to the tower.
At this time we will have only a bare
construction shell of the building.
The war will somewhat hinder the
progress of the building as many men
who have subscribed to the building
fund have enlisted in the army or
navy, thus making it impossible for
them to pay the subscribed amount.
erco fegfate
Harvard: in addition to the regu-
I ar Liberty bond committees, a sub-
.ommittee has been appointed to can-
vass Harvard in the interests of the
niew bond plan.
Illinois: Departing from tradition,
the editor of the Daily Illini, has ap-
pointed two women on the editorial
staff. One of these will be women's
editor, while the other will manage
a column known as the "Campus
Scout."

Concerning Accessories
The better dressed a woman is, the more the appreciates the im-
portance of the right sort of neckwear and blouses and handbags and
such things. And the more certain she is to appreciate the HUTZEL
Shop's accessories.

Hutzel 's

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Main and Liberty Streets

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FINE LEATHER GOODS
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Toilet Cases, Purses, Pocket Books, Card
Cases, Cuff and Collar Bags. Writing Cases. Pocket Companions, First
Aid Outfits, Photo Frames, Jewel Cases, Playin Card Cases, Auto
Luncheon Kits, Manicure Set,, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Travelling
Clocks. Scarf 11olders, Library Desk Sets, Sewing Sets.
You are cordially invited to inspect our extensive line of leather goods
and novelties.
HALLER & FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS

STRAW HA-TS

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PUBLISHED BY
The American Law Book Go,
27 Cedar Street
NEW YORK.
Typewriters packed and shipped,.,
D. Morrill, 322 Soath State St.-Adv.
Gilbert's, 4orse's box candies. The
Delta.-Adv.

GORDON-(X in.
COLLAR-
TOPS AND BANDS ARE CURVE CUT
TO PIT THE SHOULDERS. 2,for 30c
CLUETTPEABODY&C JfCMAKEA M
Go to Wilkinson's for your Trunks,
Bags, and Suitcases, where luggage is
good and prices are right. Opposite
Wuerth Arcade, 325 So. Main St.-

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great war: One is that ti enemy
may break through its material de-
fenses and inflict serious damage, the
other is that the country may, in
some exigency, lose faith in democratic
institutions and throw itself into tho
arms of an efficient autocracy. To
repel the enemy, we have, or shall
have in course of time, an army and a
navy; but to meet the second and per-
haps more serious danger we must d:-
pend in large measure upon the news-
paper press. It was as the great
furtherer of democracy that the news-
paper seems to have been brought in-
to existence, and as yet no other
agency has been found to take its
place.
Only the press in a country as large
as this has the power to keep democ-
racy alive, for it alone can reflect
quickly, adequately, and continuous-
ly the desires and olinions of the peo-
ple. It alone can make the people
realize at every moment of their lives
that the government, whether in peace
or in war is of by, and for them.
To contribute in even a small de-
gree to making the newspaper press a
truthful reporter of the nation's sig-
nificant activities and a truthful re-
flector of the people's will, and so to
strengthen the spirit of democracy, is
a work into which any man with the
proper gifts and training may in time
like these, throw himself unreservedly
He will find in it abundant opportun-
ity for the exercise oi all his powers.
F. N. SCOTT.
Dean Effinger Advises Sophomores
Junior advisory work for next fall
was outlined by Dean John R. Effinger
before a meeting of sophomore women
held Wednesday afternoon at Barbour
gymnasium. "During registration
week," he said, "the junior advisors
are a part of the University and are
empowered by the University senate
to give advice to new students."
Banquets given particular attention.
Delta Cafe.-Adv.
Have your woes full-soled in leath-
er or Neolin. We speoallise in thiv
work. O. G. Andres. 220 So. tate. 13-6

Wisconsin: The Lapham Biological
society of this university has been
granted a charter of Phi Sigma, na-
tional honorary biological society.
Wisconsin: Only a few students
here claimed exemption from draft in
the registration.
Yale: Committees have been organ-
ized to canvass the university in the
interest of the sale of Liberty bonds.
Cornell: 'Thirty men have enrolled
for the new ambulance unit being
formed by the government. The unit
will be composed of 36 men, and will
probably be ordered to go to Allen-
town, Pa., for training soon. This
eorps and all future corps to be or-
ganized here, will be signed for the
duration of the war.
t ale: Yale will send a big dee-
ga tion to the annual Y. M. C. A. stu-
nt conference at Northfield, Mass.

"YOUNG'S STRAWS" and "PANAMAS"
The New Shapes

Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. Universiy Ave.

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Must We Work All Summe
TO PERSUADE YOU?
Or will pou be one of the first to utilize this opportune invention
of a University of Michigan man? More than 30,000 motor-
ists are now using
GATES IALF TIEs
Guaranteed 3500Y uncture Proof
"If one of our tires punctures In 3500 miles of service
call a garage, anywhere you may be; w e w*! refund the cost
to you on presentation of the bill.'- -ihe L. 1. S. Co., W.F.
Letts, Manager.
Cut Your Tire illin Two!
Cost.51 per cent of the average price of five leading
makes of tires. "Wear like the road itself."
Phone 432-M for a demonstrator. No obligation. We
are after permanent business.
INTERNATIONAL RUBBER SALLS CO.
W. F. LETTS, Manager
Office 113 South Main St. Phone 432-M
Shop and Service Station 818 So. Main St
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

Ohio State: Comnmencement exer-
cises concluded Tuesday. There were
982 members in the graduating class.
Ohio Slate: Fourteen new men have
arrived at the aviation training camp,
making a total of 28 enrolled.
Leave of Absence Given Yale Seniors
New Haven, Conn., June 7.-Yale
seniors in reserve officers' training
cOrps will be given a 24-hour leave of
ablsence to return to the University
for commencement exercises.
Yale Buys $104,000 Liberty Bonds
New Haven, Conn., June 7.-Presi-
dent Hadley of Yale has announced
the subscription of $100,000 to the Lib-
erty loan by the university.
Sunday evening luncheon Delta'
Cafe balance of school year.-Adv.
Shirts made co measure. G. N. Wild
Co., Leading Merchant Tailors State
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FOR SALE.

FOa SALE-Wall tent 12 by 12 foot,
with fly. Also fine trout fishing out-
fit, jointed rod, reel, landing net,
creed, trout flies, wading boots.
Phone 839-M.
FOR SALE-- Student rooming house
furniture at bargain. Call at 4181
Thompson or phone 1809-W. 7-8
FOR SALE-Cheap. New set ef liar-
yard classics. L. A. Walkling-.
71-W. 6-7-8
FOR SALE-12 Military guns, 2 drums,
good second hand watches cheap.
331 East Liberty St. Phone 669. 8
LOST
LOST-A Gamma Phi Beta Sorority
pin, with initials V. G. C. on the
back. Finder please return to the
chapter house or Martha Cook of-
fice, and receive reward. 6-7-8

WANTED
WANTED-To rent a canoe from June
15 to 30. Inquire of McCandliss.
Phone 1677-J. 6-7-8
WANTED-The opportunity of getting
what you want is knocking at yoxr
door. Answer it by a want-ad in
The Daily.
MISCELLANEOUS
AN INTELLIGENT person may earn
$100 monthly corresponding for
newspapers; $40 to $50 monthly in
spare time; experience unnecessary;
no canvassing; subjects suggested.
Send for particulars. National Press
Bureau, Room 2558, Buffalo, N. Y.--
TYPEWRITERS-of all makes bought
for cash. 0. D. Morrill, 322 South
State St. 5-4-7-8

Discontinue Plans for Service School
Owing to the impossibility of secur-
ing tents for the national service
school at Barton lake, it was decided
yesterday after a conference between
Mrs. Henry B. Joy, general chairman,
and Mrs. W. H. Wait, chairman of the
committee in charge, to discontinue
preparations for the camp.
Liberal support has been received
for the project from the people of the
state and a large number of applica-
tions have come in to the membership
committtee.
Meet me at the Delta Sunday eve-
ing.-Adv.
Store your typewriter with O. D.'
Morrill, 322 South State and avoid
danger and breakage. -Adv. 5-6-7-8

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Hamilton Bsiness College.
Go to Wiikinson's for you Trunks,
Bags, and Suitcases, where luggage is
good and prices are right. Opposite
Wuerth Arcade, 325 So Main St.-
Adv . tf

AN ASSORTMENT OF VICTOR RECORDS
on our twenty-four hour approval plan! Select a dozen numbers, you
would like to hear in your own home. Phone us, 1707, and we will
send same.
VICTOR VICTROLAS FROM $15.00 TO $300.00
CONVENIENT PAYMENTS!
GRINNELL BROTHERS
110 SOUTH MAIN STREET

Delta Cafe open Commencement
week. Table d'hote service. Special
parties by arrangement.-Adv. 30

Camp and Canoe Victrola outfits for
sale at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House. 110 S. Main St.-Adv.

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