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April 21, 1911 - Image 2

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.0ah MI II AN DAILY

GH. WILD CO.
311 S0. STATE STREET
Opening display of
Spring and Sum-
mer Woolens of
Exclusive Styles
For SUITS,
OVERCOATS, and
TROUSERS
G. He WILD CO.
The Leading Merchant Tailors
311 50. STATE STEET
]Bae SllShoesI
* $2.80 &1%d $3.50
* Gym Gfoods sadd(Golf Shoes
Sporting Goads
Base Ball
Tennis
Golf and
Track Goods
We carry the most complete
line of sporting goods
in Ann Arbor.
See Our Window
Display
SHEEHAN & CO.
Stvsd-smts' BEookstore

TI-I MICHIGAN DAILY*
Managing E'dior-tLas A WRTE
Bdusinesss Managr-NosMAN HII 1-f ..
News Editor ..........H arold Titus
Assistant ...t...Iarry Z. Fote
Athletic Editor...Walter K. Towers
Assa.......J. Fred Lawton
Music and Drama.. art V. Moore
Exchangs ansd Files.... Dior ". Birney
'Fit 5, SP 1lt. 1, nLead
.5 5/ t1"Iiols i' FisAlisI, I. t{Oilii.
S NIRSITY CAtLENDAR.
T *lietI is'ee ll cit'ivs lliithe
Ifad ~ Ii'cl itots ;( iai ills forthe'
n~ti amdtorllnl;the equ s oithela ts'
1Z g nt Eill. \ is lv, he 1I11 Iitts l ea is
pI it tllts~tto in lIs 'tush siat (11
1 5 511111l 1 t Ibr sl.tws 1 tusnt Iii'Y
fl iic 1115 o Isiltbingti m oisi
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p i ll sre.s is ell' ha
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'iii 'i' iatte , ' c o e n
511.5 itht ii l:;itch Ilosihieisi 'i
I 5tcr 'isic {t sth itd sits, 'iist-
c. 1~e si l ofl lthe ai ii es t
p'in.a il ll lit lths'Uitoniii
nie i l he produc~tin iiof
5t huh d alm iltaisiil illi
sill'es' e isisĀ°i s tt l ii'
5t'5t'15 1,an wIlds thusr 'icit
'im ill w s ei er isubnstelil
wmlci~ sssssssstescsst te
,nO 'stsd Itlls sit iwouldiibe

frpilits cone eptipis two years fago to
its. csitnlitialios, Flsruary 4, tast,
iCots are isertest of Chief justice
lDsy, '70, Earl D. Dahst, '93, genserat
chairmn, President Hutchins, Dr. An-
gell, Governor Oshorsn, Bishosp tBsich,
'75, of New Yorh, Dr. Copetasnd, 'So,
Piresidleist of the Ness Yorh Association,
suit userIsweinly alsmisiisnow incongress.
A idousle tisge silt is givens of the tiho-
toigrasphltakens stthe stinnser. 'There ane
asos dulssicsatsoifthe msn.cissrns, song,
bosish ws'tichs were dtistrifbuted ansd the
souvenissrs givinig the seatinig list of tthe
guests. Alltthte speeches are givens in
hilt ands the sissssber conctluses witti ex-1
tractIs fromuns espapter accunsts ansi
"thse sftermautth" of consgrastuslatory tet-
"Lt m ne tashe tthis occasioni,' says jus-
tice D~ay, "to retleat my appreciations of
tse hsitlityeoniithe oiccasion of the
Ntew YourhD)insnsr. I save sever seess
a fusntiosos i thourougtity welt orgasizedt
ini (ve r3' detasil andstcarrieid through
wsithtssslass''hinsitrisce' sr strawbsuch to
a successful C.oill lsiiiii."
MILE RELAY IS ONLY HOPE
Trainer Kraenzlein is Developing
Olen to Beat Chicago
WSitssith'oniysa ets -left liefore Clie
.1 ietsigsis athletes'.eves'fsirPhiladetlphia
toi competlisllitheiPennssrelay ganies, the
caniidaiiutes fur the lise nile retay teans
weehepstlard sI worts yesterday af-
ternoonlini ip repalrlitionl for the tryouts
1toisorrowi. lIssissivustitestlIby.'his steams
ulrainsiigthe iouisisdspath ini the suitsye-
Isis. andskno'iii g;iiithegreait strensgth sit
tic ChIicasgoiuartiect, tDr. tKrueiszls'iihas
bes'p-ndsingisli mac i tim iie wii thleisiie
nsie' stringu, sill hoipte s if a two sir fur
iie qssriti in lg bessis-sbannsseid.
IDavsenpollrt, wlssi iss couvered a quarter
ini48 4-5gseconisis, Mensanl, Straubl, saind
Sksiinier switlretpresent Cticago -in 'the
sils relsay. X.\t uit is a veteran. Sbis-
sir is the sophomissore ishsi nosed sut
'iuslissfur fourthelasslce ini the recesit
tryosils. Tiiliun liiian igainlst Michigani
if Osisalsa.
Msercer, the spe est enniirelay. siail
s-itu hasIseeniIlil ut)si illsa stiraisseid
siklhteiss almoisst recioveresd and swill lie
ingodshaspe tol russagists the Wo'l-
vcrilies. Rassisdll, whssi:seat Craig out
is lie ioo yarts last year swill run agains.
Iv si h ssiadfoiir years of competitioni
hut isill lie sllowsssdslto ruini ithe sipein
ART ASSDCI.TION OFFERS
FIVE l)It,t,ARS FOR POSTER.
The Anus Arbsor Art Association
isill ldli its thlv ird ansal exhsihit fromi
Nlavel 9 iii 20 isictssive.,tFive dollars is
oiffereid for asi te1r for advertising piar-
hisses. All usesn who ;wiish 'to compsete
shlsee Proftn1. Lorcs, Saturday omorni-
ilga tsitis:sio isl room 441., engineering~
busiildiiig, sit silsichtimse the nature sif
tie pster sdesiredt sillIsv masde hiiowii.

DR. i'sTflON tO1 pTsmgs S OCIAIST CLUB.
The Isntercollegiate Socialist sosciety
wiltlsmeet in XtIt~itlan halltfosnight. 1.')r.
C. S. Pattons (f the Conigregatiosial
church willibe the principal speaker of
tie evening. Everyboedy is invited.
vioLSo I,ITS PSiAN i,ARsFt ui5'CNGi
That -the Blarbiour gym dassce, tsi le
given hy the fresh lit class oni May 6,
is to lie the fesature dance if the yeair,
wass determinedt at the class-mseetisig
helst yesterday aifterisoosi. The pairt
wilt lie the last osie of the seasoniandi
.the classs initendss to get together fisr a
granduwindc-sup. Duly a limsitedt nismsber
if ticetes are beisig hut osi sate by the
slciail conmmittee, ande it will lbe iecessa-
ry to ciime early in osrder to seciireoine.
ENG;INEERING SOCIETY tS
TO(5HODI)BANQUET TONIGH T.
The twenity-first annsullbanilquet if
the Ensginueeriing Sosciety wuitli e held at
ihe MhichsiganisIUnioniithis evensingsit :6
o'cloch. DeansiCoosleyi Prsof. Saidler,
Prof. Alleni, Prof. Ziisk si, asid three
undergradtssies isill gis'e isasts, Roys
Mtterns, 'is 1,, actisig asostmaslster.
There sire still sisme tichets isvilsible
and these.caiii le seesiredin iithe rooisis of i
the soieety friims12 lto 12:15 itiissniiii.
E NIII NEERI NG STUDtENT A
VI CTIM tOlF TtIIERCtUI,)S I5.
lHaroldl R. Spoihes of this city-sisil
last yeair ussmemsber if thes '13 esigisseerisig
class idiesd yesteriday if tsuberculoisis
ipt this sisme of Isis palrentls. This is the
secondil destit he family sillhinisia5year.
Last year ais olsder sristher, 55illissms
tssshes '12 F, waishillesd biy'a Mieiigssii
Cesiral trasinss she wsnwa~lk'inltg
the trachs.
NOTICE
The Cliftoisn Ilouse sit Whsitmiore Lakse
isis bseesisedssbylsX Sr. sant Mrs. Lymsans
Shirts sndilis nowunsser their camiplsts'
msassagemsesit. 'The IaronsatesiC the still-
deist bodssy is hierebiyresspectfully silic-
itsid. Frogs saddules, ists, anusp lring-
ers iwill lie sers'ed 5sit aiodsin s'hiiri
seaisons. 1hiltPhsosse f -i s, i I.
137-138-131)
FOWNES
GLOVES
are not cheapest, but
they're least expensive. 1
Sousefhue pieces of Japaniese Ivory
jutreceived hy Quarry Drug Io f

Ply Ball!
The season is on and we are
prepared to supply your
Base Ball Needs
If yon reCquire a pair of
shoes wosthi $3.5o, or a Mitt
worth any.where from1 25C to
$8 on, or anything else tinder
the sun, we have it-ev ery
article gusarsanteed.
TENNIS RACKETS
W~right imliii'.issrog i, ssalso
Sialnsi Gold Medalisan isLie &
Uneril'slottedi Throat Rctase-
WAHtR'S
University Bookstore
Carriage and Baggage
For eahupelsetioand from parties
before12 o'clock $1.50. afier12to'clocki
$2.00.
F/or eachli'reunk toi sr from door, itie
price wilt 5e 25 Cents. If earrned io
use frmsusp-stairs, use price wilt he
50 Cests.
Driveors are requ ired Co noilect cash
for carriage andsb agage service.
iSA1LICFI'S LI VERY
iCOI SON & CO).
W. it. STARCK'
HJOLMSti )LIVERCY
Eastman Kodaks
Premo Film Pack
Cameras
Hawkeye Cameras
Is diffe~rentsmiodes 1.in stock.
Pricesi..from 1.0hitCo t 5.10 COld
Kodako takens in tiride at reson-
able 5prices. CGsod Cli0 fuss ieut
Filsofos everybody--enoug~h
to phiotograph th whole towni
t0 times over, and they ure alt
fiesh, no statsehuood'.here.
Develospingand priinting done
by miodesrn umethoid'.
Ihiamean attnractisveRoda~k
psroposition fors ummierhi1tou11rists,
or tot yours sacation.
LYN DOIN
Piceturies ofsitEverything

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Of the right kind at the right price-and all other
I '~-rIXINGS FOR MEN
Main St. Allen ' Good Clothes Store Mi t
Gei your MICHIGAN jSl nPns'n
Pins, Fobs and Spoons1 PHI BETA KAPPA W aeo ie d I~E BOTHI LOSE
HALLE S -all Smoking Ardoles
H L E 1SWe make charms and -____If_________ayouon'tlet us Press yur clothees and do all yui~ieaiss
pOPEEins Gtyu re uce c ra oa and Repairing. LET'S 4GET TOGETISER. We wits
-+I ins.n Getf o ur r deLnheingCea oddo yer wontkecheae. btter, ad nilium promtlsthnit ss iwas
optica Dept and all Summer Beverages ever done before.
SEtra HeavyiCbarms $5.00
fhm Watch and Jewezry Repaing1~ O 4D R ~ ~ ~ ~ L~ utPesngG:Pas 6
210 South Main st Je lr 20 South Main St. f 79N nvriyAe ohPoe 6

121 Washington st. RANDALL d& PA CK, Photographers

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