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1 IG OUR EXHIIBI T

;prIng and Summer Sui ng
nerican and Foreign Sources in Artistic and .,tr iking Designs
YOUR INSPECTION III 'NI.:a

G. H.
it Tailors

Wild Company
STATE STREET

THE MICHIC
Ofhcialnew vspape)r at the University of
Mi.ga.PublrIshed every morning except
Mi 'day during the university year.
i;trred at the post-office at Anni Arbor as
Ffc"n-u Class rma tter,
., ",,AiortsrPress Building. Sb
5~'~:'mnSub- carrier, 2.5o; by mail, $ .oo.
Wan ad sttios:Quarry's; Students' 1up-
ply Store,; The Delta, cor. State and Packard.
Phtones BPu iness, 960; Editorial, 2414.
Communications not to exceed 300 words
in length, or notices of ev'ents will be pub-
lisihed in The Daily, at the discretion of the
Editor, if left at the office n the Ann Arbor
Press Bldgit., or in the notice box in the west
criorof the general lilrary, where the
notic-es are collected at 7c30 o'clock each
JohC(. Ii. Parker........Managing Editor
Tiiec I. Pishleigh......,. Business Manager
Co,-ad N. 13clii ..n.............News Editor
,e1 I. Joslyn..................City Editor
31irl A. Fitzgerald.. ....Sports Editor
iHa old C. L. Jackson...Telegraph Editor
'dnran Wilson.........Women's Editor
,.arleto W. Reade...,.....Statistical Editor

Students interested
in Spring or Summer
Vacation Work may
file their applications
with the "Y" Employ-
ment secretary now.
Office open from
3 to 6 p. m. daily.

Vzdiverslly
New iid Secozidh md

le Slater Bo '0

STOP AT
338 S. STATE
sodas and lunches
[)RUE ISCII()FF
OCut Flowes and Plants
pin St.. Ann Arbour, Mich.
PHONE 809 M

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-rack Candidates
Will find the proper equipment-
a at
WAHRV'S
UNIVERKSITY SOKTI E
H' tho gltless tallier is like a D
bla _ , :__ .L r ige. lHe makes aod
noise but w.- er .bits th' targe4t.
'When you stop to think, it'sj
little wonder that VELYVRT is
so good. ]Every bit of it has
been naturally aged for two years,
L acV _s.

Rowe City Laundry
4906 Detroit 5St
FIRT NAIL, BANK OF; ANN ARBOR, MICH,
Capit"al( ,TIooo 'S1;-plnsad ProHit $65,000~
Wit Coruwvell aldMD, Abbott
Geo. W. Patte*5rson Harry 3 .,Hawly
S. . Cmksn HrrionSotn,.
Fred SchmdDkB1Sto
T < ). Kini

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Carry a Large Assortm-ent of an~ie s

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J1. ;. Campbell. .Assiptant Business Manager
C. Philip Eery. .Assistant Business Manager
Alhert I;. Ihore. ,Assistant Business Manager
l,'o-coc R. Rau... Assistant Business Manager
i'red M. Sutter. - .Assistant Business Manager
Night Editors
J ,.. Siadecker E. L. Zeigler
C . .JicklingT H. M. Carey
i3. A . Swaney L. W. Nieter
?. S. Th;ompson E. A., Baumgarth
11. . Garis~ Reprter
3I. . Garis^ Repoters C. L. Roeser
C. S. Clark D. S. Rood
R. II. Fricken G. 0. Brophy
11. 1. Millar F. A. Taber
DI If. Cruttenden Mildred C. Mighell
K. I,. Wehmeyer J .Hr
Annsetta L. Woold. art
T, F. McAllister Allan Shoenfield
Business Staff
Bernar WohIJ. E. Robinson
Paul I. Cholette Harry R. Louis
1- l.ro' l Ia!:i;n, (n Earl F. Ganschow
W'aiter R. Payne Jackson W. Smart
;HIaroldl R. Sith Symiour B. Wilson
'1':II!URS AY, MTARCHI 1, 1917.
Nigt Eitr--T.S chermnerhorn, Jr.
Nens~Ltf 11 try-ou(ts meet ait
m c~ci fod'ay in reportorial

Wve can Satisfy YourTat
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU

The F ountain of Youth
State Street C or. Libe.rty

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We Offer You
Y - - SERVICE - - LOCAIN
soulrces $3, 800,000
arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869

orner Main and Huron

07 North University Ave.j
mars& Medhaics Bank
the Best in Modern Banking
IRITY . - EFFICIENCY
and Pieasant Quarters. You Will
With Our Service. Two offices
Main St.: 330 S. Sta St.
SUGAR BWLI

Car ru onPater tieone hour fa-ster
Detroitl. .im te'd and] TSpre,.ss Cars---p:.;5 a.
In.,S 8:1o a in , nd hourly t Do j?.o . Iin., 0.10
K alamaroo Limied Cars -R 8 a. iad
every two h ourns t 3648p.o:toLnng
131p . t.
Jack-s On Expess C7: -(ocal toswetof
to 7 :48-° p. :n.
o, o p.1' 1, 0 . rgii. , in:5C Ip . in t
an. (': ?1p. ent, Cix atp. in : .t.
LocalCrsWsond-6oa n,:oa
rn,, !eo p.g r- ro . n.
TakesPictres C
13 NVE T
'The Ui6ersy o Cicg
MEfi in aditin to re ;: nt
HO workci te a also instrc-
err _ tion by correspondence. i
Extension aLdectures
Prof. C. 0. Davis will speak on'
"Adolescence anti its, Educational Sug-
gestions" in: Bad; Axe tomorrow night.
"A Rom an Country Gentleman" is,
the subj ect of a le ctiure to be given
tomorrow n righin "Greenville by Prof.
Albert R. Cri ttendI-on.
Prof'. J. S. Ree: ves will lecture to-1
mor row night in St. Johns on "The
Uitedl States anda Mexico,"

Y.. W. C. A. ELECTION TO BiE
HIELD IN LIBRARY CORRIDOR
Association Members Who Have Paid
Dues Eligible to Vote on
Candidates Today
The annual election of officers for
the University Y. W. C. A. takes place
from 8 to 12 o'clock and from 1 to
:5 o'clock today. Tables will be in the
library corridor, and all members of
the association who have paid their
dues are eligible to vote in this elec-
tion.
The nominees for 1917-18 are as
:follows: President, Helen Bourke, '18.
and Mildred Mighell, '18; vice-presi-
dent, Hazel Beckwith, '19, and Ruth
'Ely, '19; secretary, Pansy Blake, '18.
and Constance Winchell, '18; treas-
urer, Emily Loman, '19, and Emily
.Mack, '19.
The officers elected to day will be
:installed early this month.
,-DEAN EFFINGIER IS ATTENDING
EDUCATION ASSOCIATION MEET
Dean John R. Effinger, of the College
of Literature, Science, and the Arts,
is at present attending the meeting
of the National Educational associa-
tion being held in Kansas City, Mo.
Dean Effinger will return to Ann Ar-
nor, Monday, March 6.
Mayor Killed in Bank Robbery Battle
Colliston, La., Feb. 28.-Mayor H.
Td. lVaugii was killed in a battle with
bandits who robbed the bank o' C61-1
.Iis'ntoday. One of the bandits was
-wounded and is under arrest., The
amount taken is estimated at between
five thousand and 10 thousand dollars.
The captured bandit is being taken to
I'voorehouse Parish Jail. A mob isk
:forming and lynching is feared. 5

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109''S. Main St.

SPECIAL SUNDAES
LIGHT LUNCHES
)ur candies are made in
our own sanitary shop.

typewriter from
D. MOiRRILL
322 South State Street
furnish you an instruction
e of charge,, You will be a
efore you know it.
WL~omen

T ICNI-OFF TONIGHT
It is somte'inle s erroneously assert-
eti by the lpessimistic ones that col-
l<ogespirit takes a slump after foot-
balseason and never re-asserts itself,
u nijl tile opening of the following
seno. 1To these pessimists theen
thuein-mdis--la'yed by students and al-
u,-iifor tpie track meet at Illinois
ent Saturday. must be a revelation. To
b(: sure e prospect of competing
agaj inst Illinois, Chicago, Minnesota,
and Wisco-nsin serves to stimulate in-
terest. But Mic°higan students will al-
wasuport their athletic teams.
Th1e li?17 trac'k ;squad has proved its
mtland is dleserving of the loyal
sulotof evr ichigan man. A
majrity of students will find it im-
pra, tical to accompany the- team to
-,J 'ain-1.rbana, but every student
wvisi have an opportunity to do his
share by taki;ng; part in the big send-
off' tonight.
Let's follow the hand to the station
tonight anti show the members of the
track squad that the University is be-
Unlid them to a man.
A TIN I-hORN FOR DEAF EARS
1st entering a plea against the re-
suluprtionz by Michigan of its' member-
s iip in the western conference, the In-
lder in its February issue claims
that the student body has been hood-
WilikLd by a "pro-conference crowd,"
an rd that The Daily in taking sides
with this "crowdl" has sought to stifle
tny aita ition of the athletic situation
r hecoference question. Such a
st stem t. is absurd. The Daily,
while fav-oring an immediate resump-
tioni of western relations, has held its
columns open for the publication of
anti-conference arguments, should
there be any. Neither up to the time
of tihe athletic board's action last
Thursday, or since then, have anti-
conference communications been sent
tThe Daily. The Daily has received
commrunications favoring the return,
anlthese hlave been printed.
Tho Irliander is right is saying that
thle Unive-rsity should not be stamped-
ed into a return to the western con-
ference. Bitt we have had 10 years
to consrider athletic life outside of the
conic~rece. Three and one-half years
li~ wen the question was last con-
1,_ reed on tile campus we voted not
to return. Since that time we have
observed carefully the University's
athletic situation, and have come to
realize that Michigan's athletic salva-
tion lies in competition with natural
rivals such as Minnesota, Illinois,
Chicago and Wisconsin. This is just
where the Inlander falls down. In its
reasoning and observations it is about
three and one-half years behind Mich-
igan students and alumni.

r
Now

F LANDERS'
OR
FLOWERS
PHONE 294 2 13 E. Liberty St.
Member of Florists' Telegraph
Delivery Service

Leave your DULL Safety Razor
Blades to be SHARPENED with
William W. Behringer
11 NICKELS ARCADE

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SENIOR ENGINEER - Order your
canes of Wagner & Co. before March
5th. 1-2-3
University Dance at Barbour Gym.
Saturday night. 8:30 to 11:30 P. M.
50 cents. 1i

Shirts made to measure. G. H. Wild
Co., Leading Merchant Tailors. State
St. tf
Initiation Banquets, Dinner Dances,
Dancing parties. Delta Cafe.

Flowers by Wire to All the World.

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How does this sound?
A light weight shoe-cut in
the same last as our highest priced.
shoe, made by very reliable people
and sold under our own highly
esteemed trade mark.

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Prof:. . I). T. Hollister
rai of "The Rivals"
lnig- t at Grnd Haven.

will give a
tomorrow

' Louis Strauss will address the
C. A. vespers at 5 o'clock this
oon in Newberry hall. Ellen
t, grad., will sing.
arboard m eet§ at 7 o'clock to-
at the Gamma Phi Beta house.
will be a rehearsal for the mock
o be given at the Women's
aparty.
,e will be a meeting of the Girls'
section of the Deutscher Verein
Verein rooms at 8 o'clock to-
BOGLE UNABLE TO M1EET
ISSES DUE Te, SEVERE COLD
Thomas A. Bogle, of the Law
has been confined to his bed
ek with bronchial trouble which
d from a cold. He was very
improved last evening but will
able to meet his classes again
next Monday.
,n Valley Bldg. ,& Say. Assoc.
[Herbist, Sec. and Atty. Room
A. Say. Bank Bldg. Safest
,o invest your earnings. Divid-
ever less than 6 percent. Money
at lowest rates.,u-o
)perate the only exEluslv; ban~
all in the city. The Delta.

Prof. AV. R. Iuprys will lecture
on, +ThePoetry o"f th e Bbl" omorrow
night in Azalia.
Under the auspices of the local
Grange, Prof. A. GR all will speak
tomrro afernonin Hart on "The
11 n.,;ersity of 'Michigan and the Youth
ofd Michigan." In the evening Prof.
Louis Eich will give readings from
Mark Twain.
Prof. C. H. Kaufmann will lecture
tiii er the auspices of the Grand Rap-
idls public library tomorrow night on
"Ferns in their Natural Hlaunts."
M[ DELTA Fl'S7 LON TARKES IN
FOUR MEN AT INITIATION
Four mien were taken into Pi Delta
ipi Ion, national hon orary journal-
istici fraternity at a banqu et given at1
Foster's teat room last night. The
speakers of thne evening were H. H.
Johinsoin managing editor of the Ann
Arbor Times News, and Prof'. 1M. P
Tilley of the English department.
The initiates were T. F. McAllister,
'18. E. C. Schacht, '18E, R. C. Patter-
son, '18, and N. H. Ibsen, 'iSE.I

SHOES
for five dollars

"We Clothe Young lien Complete''

c~o
Ph. .2

Mis la',rcoufrt Confined to Hlospital
Ms IElizabeth Harcourt, University
hospital social service worker, Is con-
fined to her home by illness and will
he unable to attend to her work for
the next ,Ihree weeks.
Featuring hot soda for zero weather.
Bloomr filds. N. University.

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