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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

t Ceatlrued teeom Page I."
said abanquet cannot be adequately com-
pensated 'in damages._ It is a familiar
rule of courts of chancery that specific
performance will be decreed in all cases
in which the subject matter involved is
an object' of unusual distinction which
cannot be duplicated in the opens market.
Falche v. Gray, 4 Drew fi1, (High
Court of Chascery, 1859i). -There is not
a scintilla of doubt that both the afore-
said. design ations may be' properly at-
tributed to A. Senior Law,. et at., the
defendants in, this suit, as *it appears
from thef allegations of the bill that the
defendants, each and alt, are indispen-
sable ,to -the undertaking contemplated
by the' plaintiff.
This court will not hesitate to decree
specific performsance of the conmpact set
forth in plaintiff's bill on the ground
that it is contrary to public policy, for
there is ample precedent for the per-
formance -prayed for -in the bill. In rc
Griswold, 2 Practice Reports 317, is a
case ins point in which specific perform-
ance_ of a similar compact was decreetd
against the same defendants. The alle-
gations of the bill show moreover thsat
no inequitable, burden swill be placed ott
the defendants by a decree of specific
performance for the reason that the at-
tractions of Toledo appear amply suf-
ficienst to please the most diversifiedt
tastes. Duff ey ont Amusements, (13th
LUd) p. 23. Considering the attractions
offered and te reasonable considera-
lion involved in tse compact nosw sought
to be enforced, any objection which is
or may be urged on that acconit is so
frivolous that the court will dismiss it
without further -comment.
The plaintiff further prays that in the
apprehension that some of the defenid-
anltsu~ercjt. way remain in Ants Arbor
or betake rhemsselves to Ypsilanti or
to some~ other place of amausement, en-
tertainment or reunion on April 29, 19t1
that an injunction stay issue to restrain
said defendants from wastinmg their time
in such riotous diversions.
Under thsepleadings ansd proofs, we
cans perceive, so valid objection to a
decree in conformity with the prayer (51

lent McK. Bond.
Pcttto byaal atnd Pack.

Carl B. Graces.
coASnuAS TeR. C. II. Vat Wiokle.,
Phosto by Randlall andt Pack. Phtoi sy tRentsctliler.
THE STUDENT SPEAKERS

a.

thte compltsait; and it is Iterefore order-
edl, adljudsged atnd sdecreedt that thte de-
fendants, each ande all, shalt appear ins
proper tersons at thse Hotel Boodty on
the evensinsg of Saltrday, April 29, A. D.
igii, thens assethtere to participate its the
festivities of te occasions, ansd prelimni-
story thereto, shalt ott Friday, April of,
A.. 0.igii, between the hours of ii a.
iii. ansd 12 in. appear before thsis honsor-
able court and pay to the clerk thereof
the sumn of Two and fifty hundredths
($2.5o) Dollars, its laswful currency of
the United States, to defray the costs
of this suit and of thse festivities afore-
said; and it is further decreed that an
injunsctiont issue pursuant to she prayer
of the complaisnt
COPPLt( J., filed a cosncurrinag opin-
ton intinmatinsg tat Iis decision was its-
fuentced by the case of Its s- Nat Good-
will, 3 Marriage ansd Divorce Rcports,
(Ill.) 113.
DUFFY J., did sot sit, bseinsg disqual-
ified by she fact of -his authsorship of
Duffcy ass Asssuscttscts, which is a cost-
trollinsg assthority intshia foregoinsg opiss-

COMMION CARRIFS.
"Tbe Senior Law Sptecial",wilt leave
tse Anni Arbor stations at the foot osf
Ashley street promtoply at 1s :26 a. it.
Saturday, April 29. Traina will arrive its
Toledo at I5:2o. Arrangementis have
beets made to have special cars convey
the class ilto Toledlo"from the Cherry
street statioss.
A spiecial traits will depart for Aist
Arbor from thte Cherry street statiossits
Toledo at precisely it :3o, arrivinag int
Ains Arbor asssouir asid a halt later.
Those who wish to stay over until
Susnday may returts ottass excursiost
traits leavinsg Toledo at 9:30.p. nm. Sunt-
day evesnissg. Owinsg to the low rate
cosscessions tmade bsy she railroatd com-
patty for ithe bansquet, "Sesior Law ex-
csirsioss tickets will sot be goosd assttis
traits.

PROGRAM OF TOASTS
Toataster........CarlIB.Csrawn
Asteres9 stf Wcomst...... ..
.....lions. Brandst Xitlsclk
ProfessitonatltProles ...sits ..
.t.....1essss cqey 1Xsf. lists
Latetnt Asabigsisies. .C. it. Vans Winklec
Thse Bte ....IFlons. Chasrles A. Blasir
NotllcetProseqiti.. Allants71cR. llonds
Thse Bar.. Prof. Bradltey M. Tihttmp~sttn
"Now let us go hessce withouts sday."
WHAT YOU GET FOR $2.5o.
A. trip to Tosledo, a thrivinsg "Ohio
city. (Thse ussialround-stripsfare alonse
is $.02o).
A teis-cossrse dinnser. (Costs $s.;;o at
whsolesale).
A chassce ts sear six goodsp ieaklers.
A chsaisce tsosendsa iplesnt aiter-
ntoont and eveninsgswith youtr clatssmsates.
A chansce to see Catrl Grawvntpreside
oster a bansquet.
A chsassce tsoiear Bonsd's sothtlernt
stories.
~A hsansomstse Iprogramttscotaintingt a
psicture of the D)eans.

The Senior Law Docket
(A Supplement to the Michigan Daily)
Edited by
ARTicURv J . ABBOTTst asnd
Etttrwtsit I. RcsisvT,
undster tse auspiices of te Senir Class
of te taw Deiartmsent, Usiversity o
BIANQUETC COlM l TTI.
Arthu~r f. Abbosstt, Chairmanti.
Ie RotyI.Adair.
I~slwardl i. Kewer.
tOscar C. Nesos.
Caudie I. Post.
\VIDiNE SI) Y, APRItLi2, oh,595
BIANQIUF CALEtNtDARt
Ttttreday Apil 7--Wito of eapas
serveedionss mstmbers of cdas. by ity
sieriffs appinstedt by class prsidtent.
Fridayts, Airs it 8-I thkets onsale,tPrac-
ice tCoutrt is :o t.im.-12:s0ss.
Satsurdayt, Aptril129-
11:2 . 555'1'raisin lavs AnAtt trosr.
ja . i.-t Iratssarrvs T'oledot.
6-7 p.ii.-Rsit B oss i otIsel Itobty.
5r:30 P.5 --Stecial leases Tledo.
lTlDlTORIAt.,N S tEIKI NC.
Itn plannssing lihr Senior ,stsvlsanqutet,
tse csto ittee have 'aimsedlt ssae it te
biggest cass eventi t ite histry of te
deipartmetses. Itstie seletionsstof Igess
of honssor, twe ave bsectsfortnate itt
secturintg istess who are emisisesstly retre-
sesssssive of the various detartents of
te lsgali trfesiotn. A stdistt inoss-
vatinthas teess inauoguratedt by the cls
in h, chice o ToedoOios th
lce of tolsintsglth1tbanqtuet, but sis is
te beief of thost se t e omistiler
wohavsse ihadi chargesof it hesoel sands
trasporsta1th it r rngemets bs tat ue
lass is tos ts-eeongrastlatedonsits555slc-
Thte snoveel sits ofissuingwrits sf
eapiias adsslstisfssesnttlsfiotsttssed upons
asdecree inseqityi, it is believed,. sill
sroeeailieffetive mtesoftssIimussltinsg
inter est inthletwotr siof te cmmtstitte
andss empsizsse their tdesire ito ae tes
baqtsttsiwell atttendedt.
ANSWERS TO CORE S ttNDE3NTS
I. fl. .-Wecanettansswser yusr
qusestions. 1sInqire sof tDuffey, anau thotsr
ity ons Toliedto .itttsetsetts.
t. S. N.-No, yost are mitsaklen. Js-
ice Autstins of Tolesdo, sdidtot gratdusate
fro rssthe tlts deiartmsent here btsfrost
BlrowntUssiv esity. te hastbeens toliee
judtge sincee 907.
C. i. G.-Tthe coustrihoseais orus
of the jail ands test ,si the Y. M. C. A.
I woutsl advses tat youstetter by the
swest doosr asssthe ter porions of te
streets asrewelislroled.
C. II. VW.--Ie is nt sttell te coma-
sitlerswhat sosrythe would use. It is
C. C. S.--1 amtsrry tat you to tssst
ile roasst sqpuatb. The hotel chef hss
noiied stitthat thseanntttspIreparseesas-
aries a Al rylandts.
J. I. I.-I a nost asbeatessy slsClsr.
Yes, t thistl that the tie yutt mestint
will mttchatiose cheker-oardt scks.
11. A. BH-AWt.never iherdt of suer-
kratibleing served at a tanquise ibefore.
Wee re sorry ot to be able ttplease.
Co to Tonty Asftessteststife's place,
Montroe street. fie smakses asp ieciltty
otf sasserkratui ttnd ickelet hering.
Ii. iW. W.-Thte price sof tis batttt
is so lowritha te ctssnot afford to give
tradinsg stamsps.

D t 9% nS~ c
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In Re L.R.A.
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features as to make it an ideal combination of the best of all three,
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BANQUET MENU
llay it please ithe Cousrt
BLUE POINTS
Ftromshaird cases
CELERY STUFFED OLIVES RAt)ISIIIES
De stsinsis slots csratlexcs
CONSOFMME ROYAL,
Watered Stock
BROILED WHITEFISH , PARSLEY BUTTER
Nuslla Bossa Surrebustter
SLICED CUCUMBERS CItPPED POTATOES
Volenti nots fit itsjsrio
ROAST= SQUAD CURRANT JELLY
Corpus Dclicli Nots store decisis
MASHED POTATOS GREEN PEAS
Attached vi et orstsis To give color
ASPARAGUS ON- TOAST
Witnsesses on the Stansd
PUNCH
Caveat Essiptoc
SALaADE A LA POULET
Ignsorantia legisssantnem, exrcst
INI)tYIDUAL ICE CREAM ASSORTED) CARE
A dangerous agetncyGenteral Iaste

CHEESE
Res I pso Loqnitur

WAFERS
Mere .Surplussage

COFFEE
A msere scisstilla,
CIGARS CIGARKETTES
Sic U. tere lao, nut aliensusi A Simtple Appisance
siostlacdas
MUStC
Nyotes of Iose

The Boody House

Running Water,
telephone and
Electric Fan in
Every Room
Sherman Bond;
Manager

E.P. AP.
50 rooms at $1.50 or $2.50
100 rooms at $2.00 with bath
or with bath A. P. $3.50
Moderate Priced
Cafe
Most conveniently located
lintel in the city

TOLEDO, OHfIO

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