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Vo.XLANN ARBOR, MICHIGANTi 1Iif[6-DAY, IMAN 2,T1ff.Nt 16

Vol. XXI.

No. r66.

WOLVERINES BEATEN' IBgOOYAU TSAI CAO DEE CHEOLOO
BY CLAWING TIGERS MlI--- ____ I ) 1/SI
Michigan Loses I-i'-Fought I'-N LA iEOh 1,\ss GA.M?s.
Game to Princec by 5 F- St, ffffurfo. I
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VOSPRESHCHAETSYA KNflU1hlPOlfRAYE he Boardt Of/tugents(1 lu' in ssso hsmrnn hron at1 is
___________________ rfgulla10 May 1meeting.

DILLEY IS CHOSEN
BUSINESS MANAGER
Guardian of Daily's Finances
Is Selected by Board in
Control

BOQO Ta sAI CHAO-DEE CHEO-LOO IYICHIGANEN SIAN IS
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