THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
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ANN ARBOR. MICH.
The Revised Schedule.
May 10, Illinois at Ann Arbor.
4 11, Columbian Giants at Ann
13, Hamilton Club at Ann Arbor.
16, Albion at Ann Arbor.
18, Illinois at Champaign.
20, Hamilton Club at Chicago.
27, Northwestern at Ann Arbor.
" 30, Wisconsin at Detroit.
June 1, Beloit at Ann Arbor.
" 3, Cornell at Ithaca.
" 5, Lafayette at Easton.
" 6, Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
:10,Notre Dame at Ann Arbor.
616, Cornell at Ann Arbor.
" 17, Cornell at Grand Rapids.
Prof. J. Taft has been visiting his
grandson Dr. J. R. Taft in Jackson.
T. J. Tooze, '00, the former piin-
ciple of the Quancy high school, has
secured the position of principal-at the
school in Saline for the coming year
and he will at the same time continue
his studies at Ann Arbor.
The Ann AchesrIR. R. will sell excursion
ticketsmrithelowin.mengs at one faro
for the round trip
University of Michigan Musical Festival, An
Acbec, lMich. 'richkeasao: sale May 10, 11, 12
and 13. Return limit May 15.
International Convention Y. M. C. A. of North
America, Orand Rapids, Mich. Tichets on sale
May ad and 25. Retucrnlmt May129.
Anneal Convention Travelers saoective Asso-
ciation of America, Louisville, Ky. Tickets on
sale May 15 and 10. IRetucrn lt May 21.
Annual Meeting OGcrman Baptss, Roannohe,
Va. Ticheta on solo May 16, 1920 and 2 , toe
turn limit June 24.
NationalBapist Anniversaries, San Francsco,
Cal. Tickets an sale May 14, 15 and 16. Relsen
limit July 16.
Meeting Old Order German Baptists, Union
Bridge, Md. Tichets as sale May 16, 19, 20 and
20. Retrs limit Jane ad.
For the Annual Meeting General Assembly
Presbyterian church in United States, Minne-
apolis, Minn., at one fare for the round trip, plus
H4, on May 15,16 and17, with return miti June
Questions for Debate Chosen
The questions for the Central De-
bating League contests next year
have been chosen and forwarded to
Prof. Trueblood. The question for
the semi-finals between Michigan and
Chicago at Chicago, and Wisconsin
and Minnesota at Minneapolis is,
"Resolved: That Municipal Owner-
ship and operation of street railways
is preferable to ownership and opera-
tion by private corporations." The
question for the final at Chicago be-
tween the winners of the above con-
tests is, "Are the economic advan-
tages of trusts sufficient to justify
their existence under the law." Michi-
gan must choose sides on the former
question with ten days of receipt of
the same, i. e. by May 16. All stu-
dents and especially the debating
societies are invited'and urged to ex-
press their opinions as to the choice
of sides. They may personally see
Prof. Trueblood about this matter or
mail their opinions to him to be read
at the meeting of the Debating Com-
Amherst at Cambridge.
Chicago at Madison.
Choral Union Tickets.
For Sale: Two gallery seats to-
gether, third row; for entire series.
Price, $8.00. Address "X",
63 U. of M. DAILY.
Souvenir fans will be sold at the
May Festival for 25 cents a piece.
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S. W. CLARKSON, Cahier.
Cor. Main and Huron Streets.
Capital, $50,000. Srluning, 30,005.Transacts a.
general banking busines.
R, KEsap, Pres. C. E. GREEEE, Vice-Pres.
Faa. H BELsER. Cashier.
The fian Rfrbor savings Bank
Capital Stock. 5,000. surplus, 110,000.
Organised ander the General Baning Laws
of thin Sat. eeives deposis, hys and sells
exchangeron the principal cities of the United
Sates. Deafsecasheduon proper identiication
Safety deposit baes to ret.
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