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May 11, 1911 - Image 2

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"HE RMICHIGSAN ]DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Editor-L Er A WHITrE
Business Manager-NOMAN H. HILL..
EDITORS.
News Editor...........Harold Titus
Assistant .............I-larry Z. Fola
Athletic Editor...Water K Towers
Assistant ............. J. Fred Lawon
Music and Drama...Earl V. Moore
Exchanges and Files... Dion S. Birney
EDITORIALS.
Arthur J. Abott. Pant Leidy
NIHTe EuITOS.
A. J. Wohlgemuth. Harold McGee.
Frank Pennell Edward H. Robie
Maurice Tolnme
RPORTRS.
Ernest Burton E. M. Wakefield.
John I;. Cox. F. . Shaw, Jr.
John IH. Townley. Wallace Weber.
Gerald J. May Emmett Taylor.
C. Harold Rippler. J Selig Yellen.
Lore Roinbsoots nI. T. lDaghery
Robert M. Gillet.
BUSINESS STAPP
C. A Bowman A. R Dilley.
Mye Rubin. Kenneth Osorn.
E. Ray Johnson. Elmer P. Griersn.
C.. IIKleinolnek Joseph N Fochard
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg,
Maynard Street.
Office Hours. Managing Editor, r- p.
in. and I1:00-I1:30 P. m. Daily.
Bunsiness Manager, 1-5, 7- p. III., Ex
cep1 Sunday. Both 'phones 96.
'I IRSI)AY, (IAY i, iii.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
May 9-2-Art Exhiit, Memorial Iall.
May o, 1, t2, 13.--May Festival, Uni-
versity Hal.
ba Ias.i-W~omns L egue Flectois,
Barbour gym, 2:00 Ic 6on,
May i-Syracuse vs Mihigan, Feiry
field, 4:05 pm
May so.-Junior engiieei class dance, at
Gr anger's.
Mayi 213-Fresh-sopli contests.
wkiARlIIiiiOSit CAPiS AND G(WN,
Tuedays aid Thursdays for twiiwekss
,a1crs ing-oit day hive beeii decreed
by tshis Studint Couici s says on selili
Aeca aid gwni shall be worii by ll
eios. I teisas noticeable Tuecdy that
this- cusom.iiiwas observed ly isupris
I).-iiiosmallroortioni of the prospect-
graduoate s. Whteter this failure is
11°rthe siori garb swas M Iss lacc
) roper inotificalti to the seiior cass-
ior to carrlessiiss or disinlita-
- n, the fact riiains that uinless the
I ,crec of the Council imeets swih more
uivisersal observance, usie of the most
ui que traditiois of the university wil
fall into desuetude.
I orner years it is been the es-
tosm of the seniors is wear the cap aid
sassncii all Tuesdays and Thursdays
betsseesi swing-out cay and commeice-
sceit This frequnicy dd not meet with
.iihe approval of a large majoriy of the
-siniors, especially those in the profes-
sonoal departments; as a consequeince
tie Council this year linited the number
if says, in the hope that all departmeits
scld joinini observing the custom.
bAt siniors are urged to appear iii the
regulation .cstunme today and osi Tes-
&It aid Thirsday of next sweek. A
trope ealization that thin custom is not
pe rsonal1is characer but represents

tirthei , isieuit of a class, should
.preveiy- silor is its observance.
gaitORATOSnLO.0K5MONMY
The Northern Oratorical League con-
test was iiot a financial success, result-
inig in as deficit of $130.
One fourth sf this deficit will be borne
lay the local association and three
fourths by tine otlier six associations in-
the league.

but coulsdni't Nit ills an
shorn M~raclistrri -i
ror taut Beltlflied to rilt
strove oiiehstintrdsee -i
Marlit. M~auurice 'teevr
W'altnuer stole secsoudilani
a base sii balls lust It
lie catchei isdith1e sCain
'The score.
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Wasltnier cf -4- i
AI. Myers - isi
Mitchell rf ii
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Id lthats itec
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OV1IZ O(N 'VRt-SIT gY.
f Centirsed frmPuge t
limstsealsig, wiitht ssatloing 1 I sesi 1 o
scosre fromsird.ses IIsslls isi rvc Is i
sisig le tlsnisgli ts th t sc oild Its
Ws~aa ss ('un, C tlitI sail -motiher sal
rondint thle svii s Hestared iby,
asising Nb iliansai the next'.tlwoihIsi
ters drossvie5 sins nto riht tIt scis ns
the run.
Thse Wolverne s relliscI is 1heiisth

z ,t 'sIlTI I IISCOFFCIS
s O\\ RlEADY FOR BUSINESS.
'The is s-new 2oc reflectinig telescopie at
-h lsri si setundserenct thesfilte'st
in its coli t-t itiii list sighs, wis-hecsosn-
sitin sadijsi2lIiustini issmili Ilessto
(111 ct visitiioe 'Thie iinumeniIties sit
sit libeeniadjsls-te-dlts spectroisciciii
I-t-- sach woiioilis heIisvsariablestarsIi
till be stre is isati onsceandiislliIbte cirrie-i
'l-t'e l~tisoe iseighissnite tons ansisC
esitndslrgest if itsIsindilis Amuer-
I; -' tM]the intricate electricasicoelitst
hsavet.t etenissiadle.'1'he internasi
ir.t-. te isistruensssst are opseredsby
11 ers-suittightest sduiet elbstlerc
As.slarge itsints- fosise iscarefracetinig
i- is- is n oss-is pesscss sif conistre-
istll a Iforthe sssisI, ill South'Amersi-
Sbo lullS 5(1K FIIIOSIS TEN
F1IM I1RIZI I, sbLAWCl,ASS.
'11 ftI slls ~ig ten mie n rom tie fiesh
la ls c~r lectedstoliWoNolsck, te.th
ltno a oisty, ystIerday.
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TENNIS.
GOODS
The Best in World With

100-KACKHTS
To select from
Prices $1.50 to $8.00
Restringing Rackets
We will mkyinu iutsc-kst asoodii
as, n(se if yousivill leave-it Nstius
fit oti'nesek
Prices $1.75 to $3.50
WAHPt'S
University Bookstore

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Carriage and Baggage
liar ei Couple So amu fromt parties
Se tosi--1 isneises $ 1.50, after i12 eisl.
$2.00.
Fit eehTrunkiosor rom doo~sir, theo
price w-I1ii he 25 Cents. Isf carriesd t
or hrnisup-stairs.,Slip price will be
50 Cents.
Drivers are requiredi So collect cashi
for earriage' and baggageservice
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M ,mo-nn Lw Books
-ti l ldic.' Dictionaries
12 TM ketc.
. '11sNe md See-
(Adhsuokstakrsi. Exe.,-hauge
3265,5 FAE STREET
ScondFto Tel. 761

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sacrifsice h I C. 5 i'2 Il-lI tol l
tilsc-M :fbyers;s--of]rn 2 ill
3 Iligoff Campllh4 init 5 s;
Cie olbal--ofCampbelul ItsA'it Ms
ers I;struck-.out-bisFreiileub;C iltsp
sbct c ts byl ss o-s le.plsa'ts h.. s
to' Slsieluiel I passedlbsills-Iluli s s2;
swild Ipithes--Fret a 2; it ebyp itchiser---
CaiiptbellhI ;time of gsssue 2 .10, 1111 ls
Strsvenson.
SeuiACo-iS 5COI0ISctDis
'Thie SI itlssistsasrrissetiere CrisisSir-
louise this siftenofruuthCciirstnoll-5
test of lhe hiso0;gauss. series taissi10
kesep this- olvsserins butaspythcerest o
the welii'hegaise wiill begin .a1 4 :05,
NVCPI<N'S tLE AGFUE 'TC ELECTG
ObI{F CIc P115HbI ''AF TE NOON".
'T'he ehections of the tidy officessfCii
ithe W~omn's league isill lie setd inIBsis
tuour gymnsuasiuns this afternitscut fron 2I
ho 4 o'cloek. Forther'snouits' itons tssl
be made at o, at the getteral mseetinug
the league before the potti opens
MnARR~SYPSYI'55'OIsLt, GcLt.
Edwvard Zucermacssdel, 'o6, was sat-
ried yesterdasy to 'Muss 1,.M. Zilk, .a Cfis-
uter VipsilantiiNormasitstudceniit, in L is'.,
Much.

May Festival

COHOCOLATES
Just received a fresh
shipment of
Gilbert's
Johnston's
MacDiarniid's
Tice 'S
Druzg Store 117 S. Main St.

Ready ForYour Orders
On SprinutIits of('ui-tom Maltd
Kind (Gentleeun-
Rteadyp-for yots with tabries wiheue
exclhushve with styles that aire anthuor-
itative. tReadypto booaheyosur' irder'or
muake it up today for lateri'delliry,
headytotaepyouit'menasure, get te'
suit in theswors astd dliverht ci ju lst
when p-ott.isant is.
bou gain bpituaking adsvantage' if our
read.iness toshap.
Win. E. Dieterle
Varsity Tailors
ff7 E. Liberty Street
Shirts and Neckwear
Made to Order

Wve Print
Dance Programs, Tally Cards, etc.
Leather Programs a Specialty
We Bind
Class R~ecords, Technical Journals,
Periodicals, Magazines, etc.
Artistic Work TP'ompt ISevce ]CighPr ice
MAYER, SCHOETTLE & SCHAIRER CO.
STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS
GENERAL OFFICE OUTFITTERS
112 South Mats St. Bell Phone 1404

WE
FraenchDr
Clean
A Suit or Overcoat, 75c
Suits Pressed, 25c
Trousers, lOc
REPAIRING
Fuller& OConnor
Tailors. 619 E. Wiliam St.

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