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______________ ____________ ~MICHIGAN ]DAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

G. fI WILD CO.
311 SO. STATE STREET
Opening display of
Spring and Sum-
mer Woolens of
Exclusive Styles
For SITS,
OVERCOATS, and
TROUSERS
G.H. WILD CO.
1The Leading Mserhant Tailors
311 S. STATE STEE
Base Ball shoes
$2.50 ad .d
6yrn Goodsitanti GolShes
F. 1R.1F ~', 302 S. State St.
EGRAVED
Caling Cardls
n alPrices
Qu ~ foted to Students
SCRIPT LETTERING
Plate and 100 CARDS
~1.25
10CARDS from Plate
75G
7 1 stilt of 0Cl
PROMPT DELIVERIES
i'd-~~'Beookstore
Law
Medical
Dental
Largest Stock in Michigan
SecondHand Law Books

Liv ndMeical Dictionaries
Qilsa Books, etc.
Com,,plete ine New'and Sec-
onid-hand.
Old books taken in Exchange
C. E+ ARTHELL,
326 S. STATE STREET
Sezond riser Tel. 761

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Edtor-LEE A WHITE.
Business Manager-NORMAN I11. lIL.
News Editor........... Harold Tits
Assistant,............. Harry Z. Folz
Athletic Editor...Walter K. Towers
Assistant ............ J. Fred Lawton
Music anid Drama...Earl V. Moore
Exchanges and File.... Dion S. Birney
EITORIALS.
Arthur J. Abbott. Pat ,eiy
NIGHTgEITRS.
A. J. Wohigemuth. Harold McGee.
Frank Pennell Edward H-. Robi
Maurice Toulme
RPRTRS. '.s
Loren Robinson )Tarry Myser
John L. Cox. F. E. Shaw, Jr.
Ernest Burton. E. M. Wakefield.
John H. Towney. Wallace Weer.I
Gerald J. May. Emmett Taylor.''
C. Htarold Hippler. J. Selig Yellen.'
Robert M. Giltet Win. T. Daugherty'
RUSINESS STAP
C. A Bowman. A. R Dilley.'
Myer Ruin. Kenneth Osorn.
E. Ray Johnson. Elmer P. Grierson.
C. H. Kleinstuck. Joseph N. Fouchard.
Address: MCHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Managing Editor, 1-2 p.
mn. and 1t1:00-,1:3o p. m. Daily.
Business Mgager, 1-5, 7-8 p. in., Et-
cept Sunday. Both 'phones 96o
T11iitSIIAY, MSAY 4, 1911.
Night1 ]dior -Ba~socR,.BUnTO
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
May 4.--Senior Swing-Out.
I t 4.-Itigier Social clb dance at
(Granger's.
'Ii i 4 5Senior lit siilipe' an (1 iaci at
6o 00o'cilockt Barboir gymt.
NaI 5 .Case vs Michigan, Ferry field,
fIay 6 O0hio hitte Uiiversity vs Mich-
igant herry fieli, 2:30 P .
I 'Maio Vaasi s s.Michigan, Ferry
fili, 40515. I.
Ni y o2o-ArtI' .bitt,NMnoritl all.
NI, o.-4 I ioeital liy Allert l oe-,
o isnighbet sol all, at 4:5 i. m.
MNI i0,in1,t2,t1'.s-May Festival, Uni-,
versity Ihal.
Msay It. Syracse vs. Michigan, Ferry'
fiel, 4:05 P. ms.
TO0"SIX YARi" SORiiS.
It is a w orty traiition that ells the
rbeid seniors into le' today fr the
"sw ing-out." 'Those iswh o ae never iort
tie cilp iand goset seiise the iiiptortane
of con11fortmity to this academic cstoii
bitnaitlurally there are a fess' professioni-
ai ,stientts sWho, haiig obaied the ba-
claureae degree, are soimesshlat blase,
til sornithIe idoniingofite seiior garb
That sucteai ir itis scarcely iortyr
cees obioss, hist atitaretle i is't,
fra ess "six-ear iius"''are lrating O(f
ter inomii-oiforniity.
N.deceectt cotsideritiois of the esieist
it swhichi the catmus Iholds swing-out"
hiold insire every setior to its ssserv

tise, for the iinstitutiotn is tnot psersottal
it chiracter bitt repiresenits, ratler,
tihe iaiiineit. of a class. Every pro-
if ssisOMl sdetsarttsetst settior ouight -to 'e
is itt hisi class, ini lute tossay.
I f It doesn't raini I
'1' ie Varsity-isseet is to be. held Satuir-
las. Those who have track ability and
sollege spirit -souldtetter in thse various
esetits. There are good opportunities
fir steit to land places on the Varsity
track teamt yet, and there are metn in the
uiiersity of the proper calibre ifthIley
ecas inly he attractesd to Ferry field and
put to wiork. Get out!I

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At.MA' ,S ERRORS Ni
(Cn r)ad :ranut 'err
wilten tFiscer s'isedila Itrill. IDaill's
sinigle iriaught inthe v isitsir's lass ri-l.
till test cff accosrdinug ilsl)stirvsc
batititiorsl thuat ietooIiintolei'i't ys
ttrday ansttart itedsyicultisug .iruni.
lie siigttil, tols'scondioislithe cuus,#
fielider's "irror,.'andh Marisacs~sriiicim
iii tii's.lhll l osse itic alltotard['all,
xus iiitissedi i,an'Iiiiiliiscored. N'alt-
tser fioliio'i'eduish'a cle'aiiiidsitublescr
irr'its iilliche lsirid, iiiiiagaillscoirest,
t'eachting thirid oi1N'ialtnes''s sascificse
ands scisriitg ishcnsNi itehl singed
NWith litsthecut fur tsoi is) un sagailnst
thieis, tehe iiip liay'is slastedanother
assault its the fifth that lied this counti.
itill recedifirst oitsRosdgers'srsor
stiiie secsindi, aiiicosuiited slin Bl
idoubileid.
M itcelil ssc'i'di hss li isis1c11 ill0
else isest stalsita, startingstinigs isii1
hiti. t lecropsiitytolcisiconidis, niii c
ts thirtdswhili' I bes wias binsg throsiwn
out ait scosred ii sis s ischesire a
loug flyilto left.
'hue score fsslosis
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(ill s',... ..4 1 2 oidi
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1str r.?,or s hii istrtt ~ts i
Ihic11iteisKeve~s . gii us th isis'r-
sits lc'i osfIost NM tsic (fciitiy' iisplatied
bot of tlisc chat raictiristics its los ri-
'idbytht rspairis wichttiareite ad
oil lteii sitiiset 5MNitBigs""p layedii11i;
1'01ta'it t w itit t reomtiandti iii ves's
thati few s ',s''ltists ofIi der i els erncii
l~ac iitill 5oilt yesiltedys 5 i'pro'ram
'ee~dcrfliti'titieiii atIsis hn s
alyea his tritesofthsie delicte little
"Cnmlation"' sbyI' inst, a'the uetslit
sil"Ilieto51 Lolislenrs"its' Nagstser.
T e Scherzo)frsosts li grs' Sonaita III
I, i trw s Isbrilliat t:ii f stacscato
th lise twie iiastoleaits ahis' stics is t
crsa edIIsa tekla.'t lsiii '5
+il' i l ii lt'i titel'o~~ . T NG .
hla ~.ist aushicoet o f this se' ii
II ~ ii iiiiiton igh tcI;1.o* l t I
1111l)t-a t{I s G r n r Stnlls., Ni b'o
iLouis :Mtto clms,\ ivcsts IItase
tssisl-.Ii iiisit t is etasireviuslity
IiIIsisas ben oligesil toicacel Iis
Ntil1c u situel1d 1
ne m zo (Ii tillsNi 1mes~t),l'op. issi,
51dl Son op. 1 1,iNt . . . NN uIt:111
(_) 111 m inh ld r i' dse Nistifrom5
Wissi Ill 1and
:1 itt icn i ro " h1i s <ts 1151
I1 1ili v b a'c
NullaCep 3 'C 5 1n. .el, .1ctis'l
Nl~ orturneu u~e Puilrc ed .5 )ts

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'heist.ie. s is i itt rear
ease BallNeds
wot a y eeIcm251-t
tie sn ehae i- ,en
artce to ated
'JENNI BACKFT
UnversityLookstore
Carriage and B r°ge
$2.00t.
toi etch 'ii osi I
pre 0wilt - 1 2,
50 C1e5ts1
illv r I I. I
Ready FarY r Orrs
t n S i n it 5 ci 'utnu'Ni
Kin ics lii 'eIi-
itatitise'. P ts I o},
Maiike it issp cso I c '
whs'tisu isis-it
Win. Ee D ter
VarsityTailost
117 E. Liberty Steet
Shirts and Nekwer
Made to Order
WE
A Suit or Overcoat, 75e

Suis Presed, 25c
REPAIRING
xFuller &,0QiiOfI
Tailore. 619EWIi S

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T tl . . ....364 9 I -1)1'I
hi tush fist 'i lin til t1lii
hi1 1111t 1111is ...... i 2 3 4 0 7 8 14 c?' 4I
Nutchigan ... ... .2 e0 5 1 I us us _.
! Nal ati ...i ... .o o ..2 0 0o I 0 0- i
St uiilsdits: sacr'iices'hits-Kini . lar-
;tasesNN ll ii t ii:hil(;. ils2, bell,0sli11-
cii 2, '.Suuliiu t ~ - 05 11 ISae hists -l 'lNN i
]hill; thirstbsst'ilt-VNstic i s of
Smilit, 5 l4 iu4luslissoltf Campbiesl. 4 in
S utuituin1s; : Iseuitanuthall-offsitMs 's
siruckh olut--its' Smsithi 4, t 1byi51 551152,
lit Nives 7 ;ilditisch--Smtith ;pase
ball-h'icher umpreSpross ; tinlic' of
game i'2 houuurs Tsui1ut t'..
~MUSIC AND DRAMA
hut uudditillutos 5euuuperitte' 5tilld leel-
nit, pithiecie iindln1r5ve lre urink:te'(Illi-u
sites of a siuccessflsiconiscert 1r5''luul-..
Pauthiee coutuess)thpatyishlisthtsor-
gait onuuwhirls the concet ri is tisbeggccn
is ''untder use sdscetsr's cae unt sil .uasisuhs'
ter of sithusr sefsore te Stite appot-si

on your way down canoe-
ing drop in and get a box
of Chocolates.
Gilbert's
Johnston's
Mac Diarmid's

rut for the tprogramsuuu is'iegius ; Is'(.T'C A , w
helpus teiseriss rs hro isuughute pro-s
geraist iwhich must e isihegven ssithutt a re- Drn's Store 117 S. Maihn St.
We Print
Dance Programs, Tally Cards, etc.
Leather Programs a Specialty
We B$id
Class Records, Technical Journals,
Periodicals, Magazines, etc.
Artistic 1N7or-k PrsimptsfS'cs'cs' ihi/t 1Life
MAYER, SCHOETTLE & SCHIAIRER CO.
STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS'
GENERAL OFFICEi OUTFITTERSt
112 South Main St.. Bell Phone 1404

12 WshingtnSt. 1?ANDA4L d PA CK, Photographers

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