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P"HI M ICHIGAN ]DAILY

G. IieWILD 'Co.
311 S. STATE STREET
Opening! display of
Sprng and Sum-
mer Woolens of
Exclusive Styles
For SUITS,
OVERCOATS, and
TROUSERS
G.II WILD CO.
The Leading Merchant Tailors
311 S. STATE STEET
Base Ball Shoes
$2.50 e,-d $.50
6i l o ds a nd c os (lfllShos
i3. Ri FROST, 302 S Stat St.
ENGRAVED
Calling Cards
Special Prices
.Quoted to Students .
SCRIPT LETTERING
Plate and 100 CARDS
$1.25
100 CARDS from Plate
75c
we h e SelSshs't (Grade of n-
gra'ig andui A.,ure Saisat'io.
PROMPT DELIVERIES
Stu~derts' Bookstore
SHEEHAN & Co.
C. [. OAIUN[[
Law
Medical
ental
Largest Stock in~Michigan

Second-band Law Books
Law aimd Medical Dictionaries
Quniz Books, etc.
Complete. line New and Sec.
and-hand.
Old books taken in Exchange
C.E. # RTHEIL,
326 S. ; [ATE STREET 4
Second Floor Tel. 761

THlE MICIGAN DAILY.
Managing Editor-Laz A WHITE.
Business Mafager--NORMANs H. HILL..
EDITORS.
News Editor........... Harold Titus
Assistant ............ Harry Z. Folz
Athletic Editor...Walter K. Towrrs
Assistant............. J. Fred Lawton
Music and Drama...Earl V. Moore
Exchanges and Files.... Dion S. Birney
EDITORIALS.
Ather J. Abbott. Paul Leidy
NIGHT EDITORS.
A. J. Wohlgemuth. Harold McGee.
Prank Pennell Edward H. Rohie
Maurice Toulme
REPORTERS.
Ernest Burton. E. M. Wakefield.
John L. Cox. F. E. Shaw, Jr.
John H. Townley. Wallace Weher.
Gerald J. May. Emmett Taylor.
C. Harold Hippler. J. Selig Yellen.
itirsi Roinieso \VWi. T. Daugherty
Robsert Mt. (Gillett.
BUSINESS STAP
C. A Bowman. A. R Dilley.
Myer Rubin. Kenneth Oshorn.
E. Ray Johnson. Elmer P. Grierson3.
C. H. Kleinstuck. Joseph N. Fouchard.
Address : MICHuIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Office Hours : Managing Editor, I-2 p.
m. anod Is no-I :3o p. m. Daily.
Business Manager, I-5, 7-8 p. in., Ex-
cept Sunday. Both 'phones 96o.

lIO.lEOt'S, SENIOR ,ITl'S ANt)
12 tLA\WS A1,(GET Mtt, ENI).
Te thartos eettetd the coutitwith
the tom cops ill yesterday 's iterclass
gamteso'stligou t isy a iito 7 'sore.
'The freeshfits (tefeatled the seniore]its 8
io2, aod the de'tnts gave the ounior laos
anso to b eating
Tite scores bhe tttstsgs foilow
Pharmtics 5C s .. 61004-1 1-8-4
I toot-eols ...I ?00 -74-6'
ltstteries-.-it and tot son, tMartin
lButk,IdsottanSmtl'oith.t C mpi itt c
1tireesi bitso ... t..103 0 3t0-it
.Setior lbits ......o0 0 0 0 0 0-2
l stteie-I tmttsiet tatnd \\ shittiiWit-
hoeftttt k lowarte.tEmoptre, litake.
Jtttior lbtows . . ... t)0 t 55 0 3 0--5
Dettts . . .. . . .. 0 0 2 :2 5 - It
Hitteries-Smttith ond I Ilitt;Ctudy
an Iarst'Sltttttt. C stspseSuitrl.
=Ointtgto ''isttittiite' secorting' the rc-
potts sti Sattttdt's games, taken frostt
ttestffciatl recorsseteiinersts 'stt a
fresh tasedsefesttsdithit junitttltasss 7tt
6, snttth e sensiusenegtittneesdsictethie
siopthentgintee rs 3 tos 2 isntte Sittya
etttttests.
'Tissasfte rttoonss teltstitofis te rlimtt
ittsri hgamtes, sstvestotn it, iitse.lyed.
'The stothtettgittes swsitl ta1e onithits t-
ste engoinsees, tt t se e t ndsoi'i]t
thte freshstltws. _\ otoestgmebe
tses'st thee tstarmi5 iand ssss'sss, 55 itt
sit's sits tiesd,reais tbtoitsasiestiosi,
bust tthe daste hse.tntotsee'nilefittt'idei
cisded. Inttelasss ut .gtt , G and ;ti -
t<uness thttheSits natls s1t1 nott cssmt
men'tce ssstii text wee'k, ssssisssts totsechh
IE TRA)CK MEETS
It.R .I EN it 'Sr,t.
(Cootined fromeP'ocr1tI
thse inttercollegiaste. Jontes , who5is praisc-
ticsalyestsncesdedstotieitselist s5 tileits
te scount ty-ssas tice esatstis itesecoesd
htoldeI'ttttl. illthittsseet tis sits ii
Its the Penns-Corel'dua t est1 isIsss stoes.lest
Pasull tstsestringsints4. 5.Itsite.
foutr sile relrascsesat tenne 5555.5s
Josttas'inth~is tStsselseriorist'~tybeats
snte tQ'utsakse str'bits' utittt yatess.
\\ itit Pautl's ss inst - record lset 'tt 4.17
2- s ectondss, st1tl1ssWitsssuc teitchtasJostt
if somse tts teth'insg stgsurr igh happenin
stse mtile estee sttt Mtt 27.
NOM\IINATTIONS AtRE .\ADEt FOtR
NV0- 'IE'S LEAGTIE (JI lIiICRS.

Aneise Partks,. '12, asefinansciasl scretary
tso cotitsuse thse solicitstions of fttssss.
.ASSSTANT )EAN BUTT~S IS
3115ilE til) ititWITF1 TYPHIOID.
illia sis Hi. (Puttis, .Assistanst Kesntofsit
tteI Fitsiesrittg stejsasttsitt is sutffet'ingg
itsshsI it whattmy is'oe tos ie typhidsfevee.
St steits ilchaege sire ttsssstle tot detee-'
mtintetstihaitste fetesri isbut e tearses-
fllest it ttrnin 5 tte dreaedtettypoidits.
lDeanistutts.hassntottests isseetsinigIhis
ciasss ssine s t ssThuttsdasys anssit is
probabl515e thastihe still betilslssile tos takie
isis wst: elsre e'the fiest itt Junte.
"11le. Iutttsiss eestitsg cassh' slthtattgis
Iis Iitsprastureeis quite ihighs.'' sisdMrs.
Btts.ies tda.''Nite asetkeeptug lhiss
queiadthe'(otor50 ssope tio get imt
wellil ita shotrt tine.''
WT TO's 'Ciesst ssNG CLSies etixs 5'550155t
ptitions istPeesidlent 1asPlottof tir
juirlast' classsprtestingsi setencithansgs
ini te clsassssstitutison, listestspost-
sionthlistj1lawt bulsletsstiti t ad.The sit-
etit stespetitits is"toseseer ste
eleecitonlosithle presideni ttuely (sithsie
lb'sissoitfisteitun aility5 isther thani
thit otf oregaizaitstontnsit psossis.'' 'Phe
andets asecoeneditwsith te se-
isetionsofsallssss sisstitte itsCommistitee"
anit Ite aboilit isttitsfelets itsnsa'ds.
tL mieetinig sitthse elasss w itl its el
t'Itiitsitistenonit si4 tclocki, itsoo
it. of tse lawt builinig. Attwosthistt
site is requsired tso'amsetnd stsecostsitu-
its's'nd tissue i sis ssIske tt imtI.
sisr;.OFs iRADtiIS s',ss's it 'it.
C'athleeine Chishosmiusing, stifbeitf
itit issss Ilses l 'shiiig. '84-'85, It95t1-
is tsisthosit ubf''The tt'ecck andi sts,
ilooe'' its whichiIHenretsa essrossan ts
lated stilts'peasit' sthsis'Nest'ititis
'Tiessire'ositsl sts' t3.
TI es. Csinig is thesaustorsefustestee-
al bosuits s e thier playt'Miss AXii
luss" hsisswass ouedsitm Gesio'
Co'iassiilaststeat s. I-emtthiet'. el
Virginia Ch lishlmtit.ist'emtttebe'ed its
man asa wit ieitofchiidtresn's stories.

TENNIS
GOODS
The Best in World With
100 RACKETS
To r select from
Prices $1.50 to $8.00
Restringing Raokets
We swiltltmakepyourtracket ao good
as new it yoousvillI leasee it wills us
for one week
Pries $1.75 to $3.50
WAHR'S
University Bookstore
Carriage and Baggage
Forearch Coupte tosasd from parties
trsurstItzo'ctock $1.50,.aseects o'clock
$2.00.
FEs'resaci1 Trunk to or from door, the
pricerA iiitiUe 25 Cents. If carried to
or from op-stairthe optcer wilthr
so Cents.
Drivers arc requtred to cotteet cash
foe carrtaec and baggage servtee.
WALKER'S LIVERY
ROBtNSON & CO.
W. H. STARK
HOLMES LIVERY

TUEFSI)AY, TIAYg, 191.
Night Etditoe-r-EDWtARD II. Roste.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
May 9-2.-Art Exhtthit, Memorial Hall.
May q.-Pano recital by Alhert Locko-
odstits high school halt, st 4:15 P. m.
Ma~y to-Wabash vs' Michigan, Ferry
field, 4:05 p. in.
Mitay io, 1I, I2, 13.-May Festival, Uni-
versity IHall.
MaIt I .--Wosttels's L tlssse FEleetiosts,
llssehsittrgym, 2500 ts (t:oo.
May it.-Syracuse vs. Michigan, Ferry
field, 4:05 P. m.
Mast. t2-Jutiorienetgineer class dance, at
Geranger's.
A sesossTO'S T'AY-As'-t1Oosg.
Initeeclass hiotilities osetsforse selast
tige Fridayse'fitthlis week. Tryoutts sand
"'eg'hinsg its" asee silt'troceedting att
hse gymittasid oithe field. The stitual cry
oft apthly t sith~e pset of thetttsder-
classens is ovserduse, butt it is sttre to lie
Coinisg.
ItiisIeritaps, natoralthtatt thtefresht-
maSha Isvinig teen a ttemtbler of the st-
seist bodyl for closee to nitne montihs,
sousldltakse stocks of lis tignity, attitlet
iis head coutnsel Iis heels to flight. It
is equaslly ntath lat tpperclassmen
shldtttttertmsItissecee of freshtmien
"mtotllyc'oddles."
Ftroma te statdpotsso f ut the older
heists iterelasts ostilities see of the ex-
treesest valto 10the claisses its psrtieu-
ileran sitoitsthe utniv'ersity at s sewhole.
itilitit they hasve lotte itt testinig stirit,
it cemientisig frientdships, ansd in sevel-
ointg a settee of onse's relatiots to the
uivsesrsity, ostile uppttlercassmossa tsa
suit. I le ifsll teisotstrentos i thle
dtematndt that sstsderclassttmen obiserve te
teadtisis o f ele camputs, ata k tse sc-
tise tart iii thse eontests. Ietttder-
ststtd stso, hots'irotneasee sophoomores to
wsithdrawssefromsth lese more sir less
frietndleyIostilittes, antd lesvee lis elassto
tie trampltsedt tponsssbIs s horde of coisfi-
steist toutgsters.
If tiltstbservatiosa of duty availt agaitnst
thse tacitwhio stay at hotoe while their
claiss fights for its hottor it remains at
leaist fist his classmoates tor renmetoer htitm,
isl whsest he eons for office (assutch
ste1s0t1invriably do) to relegste hitm
speedtity to. "the 'bsosont of the elector-
sate.'

I The itt sosesn's Tesagute its meYes
teettsisasdtstibintttittedsthSe fovitgnm
insees fus'e i .e'sguse uofficees teat rear.
Tlhe assssial electionssseilteueldtu us liss Want something new in the line
tour go ssssssitsstet eST4lutsuit sitisre of Perfumes, Toilet waters, and
noonst frosmss2500 ts 5:00o'clouct. Soaps, call at our store and you
1'residtent. EdnaitThssuse, Aittssia St will find it
inss eiceelresidlent,. 'Grsce Streitet. Our latest in perfumes are
Msarguserite Klb;trecording. s tr-,PA LM ERS
Stella Rotht, ithillie Fnleein;its s W ISTARIA
pondssingsstseetatry,. Florence 'xitnH1JINATr
Psiltle tlleliststcitr seasurer ahelC A
itte:Ksy,tBsrbaraessEeet;soca arite ,G AR E
Grace Lockssiton ilissitrest Mahonsss;chirsi (The New Totro Craze)
manls mtembutersltilt commssittes', Jesanette Each 50c per ounce,
Higgiss.Agns DIelsano;shousseteetper,
Marguserite Steves.Nissma ste Gutise.
Any t'fisrthuer nomttitsioscan5 t te ittase'3 _
at Ste timeotesf the electionsias a geneit
mseetinsg ofthtle Leaguse set'11eteisldit -o
foetl' olkseoiset Nlsssssr Drug~ Store 117 S. Main St.
itt the lesgusewo tasre itsoosanin
sire etigible to tote.
Thte boardst also sutedt tos continute te Special sate oss wall patter, C. II. Ma-
Reststettsl Illtcassasigus sitnd l ltiti'tdjute & Co.,issottphotnes 237. t46 tf.

Ready ForYour Orders
On Sprtng Suits of CstotmsMad
Kind Gentleten-
Ready for you with Fabrics which are
exclusive with styles that are author-
itative. Ready to book your order or
make it up today tot' later delivery.
Ready to Cake your measure, get the
ouit in the wotks sand deliver it ;just
when yoo want itC.
You gain by taktng advantage of otir
readiness today.
Inm..Dieterle
Varsity Tailors
117 E. Liberty Street
Shirts and Neckwear
Made to Order
WE
French Dry
Clean
A Suit or Overcoat, 75c
Suits Pressed, 25c
Trousers, 10c
REPAIRING
Fuller -& O'Colllor
Tailors. 619 E. Wiliam St.

I

We Print
Dance Programs, Tally Cards, etc.
Leather Programs a Specialty
We Binvd
Class Records, Technical Journals,
Periodicals, Magazines, etc.
.ArtistdcIWork pisoitipt Serce e RlightfPi'rce
MAYER, SCHOET"TLE & SCHAIRER CO.
STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS
GENERAL OFFICE OUTFITTERS e Poe10
tt2 South Main St.EmlPor10

9

12 Washington st. RANDAhL & PA CRK,Photographers,

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