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PHU MICHIGAN DAILV

31 SO. STATESTRKEET
mer Iolensof
EluieStyles
OVECOASand

THE MICIIAN DAILY.
Managing Editor-LE A WHITZ
Business Mlanager-NORMAN H. HILL.
LDITORS.
tews Editor ......larold Titus
Assistant ...I.... t. arry Z. Folz
Atthletic Editor.. Walter K. Towers
Assistant .......J. Fred Lawton
1tosie aitdPDraoa...Eart V. Moore
lt ilges aiid Fites. .... Dion ;S. Birney
EDITORIIALS.
Atthur J. Abbott. G S. Lasher.
Paut Leidy.
NIGHIT 1DOnlon.
A. J. Wohtgemuats. ttarotd McGee.
Frank I tPennelt Edward tt. Rosbie
Staurice'T'oatiie
REPORTPS.
Lore Robtinssoni t arry Myser
JIohL . Cox. tF. I. Sthaw, Jr.
t.riieslt Burton. E. M. Wakefietd.
John 1t. Towntey. Wattaee Weber.
Gerald J. Stay. Emmett Taytor.

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- - --- / 't M.5 1 (ilet i nVo . PDtaugtherty
G.t L -COo .Bwa. b5NES5A. R Dittey.
tileLeatO w1 Ttattllors \lyez Rabin. Kennetih Osborn.
31150 ,SF TEFTE RIay Jotinson. Etlmer P. Grierson.
- ---- - Alidress: MICHaIGAN DAILY, Press Btdg.,
Mayinart Street.
Base all hoes Otice tours: Mansaging Editor, I-2 P.
nst$ ~i. aid 11:00-11:30 P. In. Daily.
,n I ' , IBusiness Maitager, 1-5, 7-8 P.- 1., Ex-
p tIES 1 2S t Pt Sutnily. Botb 'phioes gio.
rtn OI{l -l\,SRt o

LAWS WILL GET CITY KEYS
Toledo Awaits Barristers With
Open Arms
The Ho. Brand Whitok, Mayor of
Toledo, sociologist anidtsriter of note,
has coisentei toIsmake the address of
welconie at te seniir an-anute
whtichs wilt be thele isToleioon011Stur-
tay, Artl2i. The laiswilltleve 'ere
til tir Aim Arbor rairiodat nssnad
iwill stenthetoafternoonin iisight seeing.
The banqeti will le serei at 7 o'clock
at the HoIttel Ioositetiand it is exiect
thist be-weeniit5 o ii20meniiwilt Ieir~
attendanle.
One of the guess f hotnitr witt be
hustlcer Blair of the Miigan Sotpremel
Court, whoi will doutiille~sstaysmeithing
woirthliwll~e io the bdnitig jrists.IBe
sides tLeani Battes andil Professor Tomsp-
sosi shonrtlbsiwl le madile y C. I.
Vanb'inkle f Illinoiis anut Allai Bondlt
of Kentk .UCar (Grwni, 'it, wilt act
as tatmas~lter.
'Thl'ecommnitte f wichietsArthr J.
Abbouut is echairmniuhaits lbeeliat swort
tin arranigreents fr sriverslsweks. A
spe~cial comi~itte is preatring as elsib-
orate'opiion iiin he "ueti" of tir
Peotle ex rel Srniosr t Lw Bantuet
C'ommiitte-r ss. 'T'IurSrnir ,tw Clss.
Thisiiowit ll sct oiutithle aidvatags
if the 51ciity I otledo 1as5a titterof cen-
tenturleiiof Ia'etpits netreotitliirl-
di,ill ustratedt Iy aiwell kniowniulocali
artst wii iill issue. This is idesiged Ias a
souvlienlirltfl the occaioun.
'ag hileariii the slgni "beet le il
Ohio" will be wonbiy eery matn sits
iiiendis going.
Anthuter featlure that as iever before
beeniatitiemptedt i the histry of the law
depairmtlis the isuance' of a sotitle-
hent to the MtIH11IAN DAILY. 'The
cmmlilitee is builiy at work coletig
legsal quipsmitt tadvertisemenets. The
supl~iemlenti silt llsoicontain statistis of
theeelass, biiogrpiis of the stieaers,
half tithe cus itf the glits of honoitr,
aiti is tdesignieetoit te a resiw of the
biggest social eiest.in1 the history if
the class.
'ie roeo ell oprsle are mishieetulsedt
over teuidea tof enttertaining a Universi-
ty tf Miiehigsn itity and11 troise lto
handii the eys tier to thu bltssominslg
barristers
It is ptlannetoItshae tir trainleaveis
IToledol iothe' returniatit 1:0 p. 1in..
IFMUSIC AND DRAMA
Tliitigli exceceligly mloiest abotlieshIis
owisi isorkTe tschaikoiwsky unlitike
Moziart, whomtii te ounrseredly ae-
miredt, wasi iinale to attniithe si-
plty,, indithIle' terfet freeetmiifroll
sivinlg for effect whieb gives Nloart's
m sitc muchlsof is lrl. His aimlis
ailiwaas intensity t any cot, tiiiitseek
ing tii ateimltishi thissailie frequenllt-
13, forget s a the solltorlieatert Imuis
eitate, anid sot tesebriii.
A wirkl in whlich. this is strikingy i-
lusutrat'tt is the Snlata, Ops 37 b, wiliht
is thle first lilullbero00'eesay'i ti-
grainl. It inott. a plsistic cnlceptien,
antI Iligt elt have bien a symphstoy.
1Fu11 of patssitnate intensiiyandoeltw--
erefull eimaxes, it is a51omolsitinll ve-
cidedily iwtrthi hearitig.S11repeesets the
aiges tofhoelees sufferinig of theSRus-
sianl pesants, aid tis is broigt ot
in the iisisic In a device peclliary the

comoposer's owls; the excessive repe
titions of a note, chorid, or tphrase,
Thle reisaintder if the psreograml is
waite sit of shorter compositions.
PICRKANINNY NUMBER
PROMISES TO IlltIlT
"Gertie anet ter iickaniunnies" is the
first olito skit oss the t rogrami of the
Uno s Nl 1instrels aisd otughi ts to e sue
of thr tig hits otf the sliow. Vicltr Jtose
is psittinig it iii, sindefrtimisosmte' tlae
ini Aiii Arbstr tie tins gtheretd togethser
fitir ctiloredladstitwioshusavtereail souuls
for liairismny. 'T'hey're list ging lt
sing aiy la-etssicatlinumblers hut iswleu
thee tithiit h tutmlrilitup chsord, it is
einioghi toiraise 7ytin 'leato ithetiteli."
The resil title ofthfetisit is "Wiuugn I
%,'mtiigs- I.' Woo! " iiiisetdafter itse fesi
tire sonug tofthe tict, aiidl writtens li
IHerblert tiindtVictttrJtose.
'The rehiearsail list iiight misilts thle
futll orc-heslta. Eatrt ltotre ideclsires
tiat it is ai bet-ter orchestraItians he thaii
fisr the olserai. At toy rate, the re-
Iseasssi ensi-rotffiwittihits if 'ties,'' the
istorisusmkinig siremasrkbshleshsowiing.
Rehsearsalts inivusersits- -Stltlisill lit
gn this tifternoion.Thflidrst siittlibe at
4 o'closck. Anouthter stiltlit- fieldt it S
:'clotik. 'bleseith ilsa iieheasiasl ti-itl
aifternsooni,siill cottle te titelrelisilsist
for the ismui. Es errti irmisii ttie tiresn
sit till tliee. 1T1111ght's rt-ehesail i1
bei "dress" ftor belin ennuttiiili-si -
aindi the i-huhliti-s-hwittlite gonlesurer.
initiiuse iiiR P'SVPSti LAsis Il IItii.
Fresh lawsis- uidents isill gaithetr it
I islet SGriswoitld in Dtrtsit tFriday - i
eninig, 'April 28, to hitlidtheir elsstiau-
cutI. 'Thoise satteing wh'miill, lease Ann
arbotr sit 4:50 itier til'l. C
R. J. Simiiisit illbitttie s'toatstmaister
tof thseticsions, saill Profess stiBk
er, Knowisttittu, C'lsrke anittI hillirtik, will
nespotnld itotasts. The stiideint spesikers
will hi' G~.IF. Telhasi, IR. It. Glmoie,
WI. 1t. Bulee, R. WV. Powens,W. II.
Stewasrt, J. It. VaiiiAsikeni, aidT'. W.'
t~aitigsi. It i is lneditolittenitth'i le-
biaseblltgaimii'Saturdayiaftefiriotntinii
a1 Itity.

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Play Ball!I
The Sssont 5istn anedwe are
prepared to supply yo r
Base Oali Needs
It you req~uire a pair of
shoes worthl $3.30, or a Milt
worth attyswhere f-Olli 25C So
$8 oo, or ansythuing else unldern
thle su11, s-e hiave it-emery
arttce e 11'r'i~tlced.
TENNIS RACKETS
Undeill'ui. Sltute ThrMu-mimi, ves--1
As, to ye' ii, uu

W AHtR'S
SUniversity Bookstore
Carriage and Baggage
Son earl, Couple,'it a n iompanties
before 12 necnock $1.50, afien 2I'ocnk
$2.00.
Fonn each 'Trnutn tuorfrnm dotihue
price will bn 25 Cents. If careto
or fromiu lp-stains, the pitrowilt be
50 Cents.
Drives etiereqnined toiicollect cash
for eca-riaend ubahugage sereice.
OVA i TIt'dIh,1 VERIY
tttsihSOiN & Co.
WC. 11. <ARK~
1101.-1 I:< LIVERIY

C1 Mr
Trak God
4k -Our Wi Eo

UNI VIt.RSITV CALENDAR.
1 es 1 54I p t:gleeie, uu:suitie5tuyiiantuet.
\ ) l1 'u '7. ti i us SMIlusst-et ihowus, Utl-
vkrit lull, S mott
\1)1 m-1 5' . . s.. St iehuigsuu, ierry
April 22- I-urs Intut ise banquhuu-t, Newn-
?(i l t. I lii 5 u s. St ihiugtul, billy
Fick],..}:o'p.I. i
iIG 5 IC I C 1 i D ii;i.
\I-clu-u. .has sent: her D-id ut 011ti
imit . 2 u 5 us Is te laluim sof lissouri.
iulsi:i) tttr ii.schllen ge undelr the
caSi)1 \ r t uan Ite 'b'auigli t it
c1jd if s)ues slili' lThere isia
' tli,- maler 1)~t i t-he i utpra ti l fieldl
' f t~ :crils amt ihetSicli~erd
,)i111 te ehe i t i, as in somei t her s '
Imo Ii f isuit siill flit
fol raniM theto acigsufhi rasseiiesl"
t 1a c'l11 hc<tI' of it.) Ilur t- blca
ti))1. Te Cm-criYMssouiam aktieI
antitltllg li the erlf lok ie llott --
us Ia 1ii s ciec d : .-ttudIii t s lilt
Gi 11c p ent iva In tell't, 'thur Juln
ti f « 1 Ithill(0onD'ly.Te rep-
Ii o boh ilsitlutilsuu will lbe
-IN~" ad tlrl deendr, siftheir
C c'ti" r{ ir~ssvc u iver it i l ue tc i-n-
t rY, al mam, lf the h sueitors wilt
wath ile retils f het-cutut-ereite st
I usls t ia { h10.) xsit1 ltthe depest ill-
t, r, ,;t 'Ite W lofthe Michiganl
.).ll e osered sith triuluos
ro th sfie.hli ~tu.A
I5 \ I usis u'u iii it AEmee ussi.e i
.;j ltt" ;\1 toll t l ,, is ftirnits i et-
lis- ee s- Ilu, sitnt to Profy.wil
russiscaanisltsuuuri-uu fur ite' Pil-
luttur' sluar 3 miluert-thue groouuimwill acl
a -51 r'tisur if miuasl trahinlig in thur
r,el 1 tescis t; n serice.

Just Received a.
Shipment of
Rie ge's
Flower
'Drops
The new perfumllery being adven-
timed in them lehazainini
TICE'S
Drug Store, 117 S. PRain St.

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Ready For Your Orders

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Dli Spring1'Shits o us utmMahude

Kind Geotlemsen-
Ready foe yowithi Islurie'wihbare
execlnoivn withi stilt Sthunt are suthomr-
itative.Eeatsd- ooii you r tuorttdenr01'
snake it utoeday for laiteur deliv el-.
eady to taike y ior i.,azure, -getlh
suilt in She works aned deivue it just
when you wanh~t ii.
Yu gainm by takingad tilimlago itf our
rnsadiness Stdaim.
Win. E. Dieterle
Varsity Tailoss
117 E. Liberty Street
Shirts and Neekwear
Made to Order
~FreinchDr

Denta
I D .ltk ict t leh iat

Oldlu7 k tiki

Xes atlSee-
utu.

'We Print
Dance Programs, Tally Cards, etc.
Leather Programs a Specialty
We Bind
Class Records, Technical Journals,
Periodicals, Magazines, etc.
Artisfdc WorkIe Pomopf Sea-vice IRight 'Paice
MAYER, SCHOETTLE +& SCHAIRER CO.
STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS
GEINERAL OFFICE OUTFITTERS
1IZ,Squth Main St. Bell Phone 1404

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Clean
A Suit or Overcoat, 75c
Soits Pressed, 25c
Trousnert, lOc
REPAIRING-

C.rE. yBARTHELL,
3265, 'PATE STREET
SecndFTnePl. 761

Fuller & O'Connlor
Tailors. 619 E. Wiliam St.

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121 Washin;ton St. ANDALL & PACLK, Photographers

Phone 598

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