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H 1~MII A 1 ALY,

11 S. STATE STREET
v°p"-igdisplay of
and Su-
\ ooleCs of
1--1,,-,i e Styles
'SITLIS,
OV : eTS, and
S USERS
WILD CO.
~'Merchant Tailors
S TTESTEE
hoes
02 S t.ste St.
,iI Paces
, i3t o Students .
SCRIPT LETTERING
Pate 'nd100 CARDS
$125
T )1 rom Plate
trade of i"n
vevfts Bookstore

TH1E MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Eiditor-LEE A WHITE.
Business Manager-NORMAN H. HILL.
EDITORS.
News Editor...........Harold Titus
Assistant.............Harry Z. Folz
Athletic Editor...Walter K. Towers
Assistant............ J. Fred [Lawton
Music and Drama...Earl V. Moore
Exchanges and Files... Din S. Birney
EDITORIALS.
Arthur J. Abbott. Paul Leidy
NIGHTEDITOS.
A. J. Wohlgemuth. Harold McGee.
Frank Pennell Edward H. Robie
Maurice Tounme
REPORTERS.
Ernest Burton. E. M. Wakefield.
John L. Cox. F. E. Shaw, Jr.
John 1. Townley. Wallace Weber.
Gerald J. May. Emmett Taylor.
C. Hlarold Hippler. J. Selig Yellen.
Lorens Robinson Wi. T. Daugherty
Robert M. Gillett.
BUSINESS STAF
C. A Bowman. A. R Dilley.
Myer Rubin. Kenneth Osborn.
. Ray Johnson. Elmer P. Grierson.
C. H. Kleinstuck. Joseph N. Fouchard.
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg,
Maynard Street.
.Office Fours: Managing Editor, 1-2 p.
or. and 11:00-11:30 p. m. Daily.
Business Manager, 1-5, 7-8 p. i., Ex-
cept Sunday. Both 'phones 96.
'P11lIRSI A, MAY 23. 1911.
N itt Editor-ERNEST R. BuRToN.
UNIVERStTY CALENDAR.
May 27.-Sensor engineers banquet in
Dletroit.
May 27--"Sopshomore Day" at Whit-
sore tbake.
stzo Gi-NECKIS" IN YPS.
";A tsmoit sitnearly i~ao oUni'ersit
it iiisan students, on their
way to Ypstilanti to atteisi a carial
neary wreeckesd otis of the D. U. R. cars
aboutithItse m it let fromsiYpisilanti this es-
eig. 'Te crtival ipeole later ad
ossislraulle sdifficulty sitt the studets
MIts'ii stedstott rusing te ticket takers
andss seeing the attractions without pay-
ig lt'e admssissoin price."
1 shetsess of this import appears is
te msetroplit lan press of the stae it is
tinie tr tsosee 'ioloo Uniiversity of Met
Mc-gnstudsensts" to stops and consider Ele
effect wichsestteir acts sit mafeasaisee
si. halits csitsthe pletscof Mihigai wot
art lseisng txd to tpay for tte minitei-
aites.of te isiiversity.
No doubit he nespstapr reorts were
exaggerated. Bittsoe siltdeiy that
Ele rough-necks was ttere-dragging te
fair ame of the uiersity into the mire
of popular reproach and condemnation.
'The DAILY has tried to make its at-
tituide wit regard to such deioistra-
tiosns as that of Tuesday evening per-
fectly clear to its readers. There seems
to le a notiosn abroad among a ceran
etsiesi of the student body that a st-
denthtis a certain license to commit
these ts of depredatioii with impuity.
Wle hosld,thosever ttat one who detach-
es sait carries away the head-light from
itruolley car is a thief whether he be a

'isidesit or a tramip; aind tf apprehended
lie should he punsished to the fullest ex-

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'o second. Borleske drove out a cleats
single on which Wltnloer seore(].
'Phe score :
MICHIGAN ...AB tR 1 PO .A E
HtiTI i.0.. 0 o 50T51 0
Marliii ss ... 4 0 0i 2 3 i
Bell if..... 3 1 0 is0i1
AMithelelt rf... 4 0 tir50 i0
W~altnter cf ....3 2 2 150 0i
Hays 2ti.... 2 i 1 2 3 0t
torteske c ....4 0 253 ti00
-MlcMillatn 31....4 0 2 3 1 0
Simith p....T o0s0 0 3 Cs
Mlunison I. .. is. o cio ii o
Campbell p . i....T 5 0 2 0
Fischer ' .....1 0 0 0o0o
'Pstats ....34 4 7 24 13 2
*Blattedl for Sisithin i fifth.
**Baltted for Caimpbiell in tshsl.

PRINCET'PON ..All R
BardI f .....4 0
t-)eritsir rf... 4 z
S. B. White ss ..3 2
Sterritt sh... 3 ti
Prescsott 215 ....4 s
!Lackey c ........ 4 0
Wotrthintgtonts31i-..4 1
Parker ef ........3 0o
S. V. White tt...3 0
Iwesilie p . o.... o
TPotals....32 3

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'IlI I, I lA.NQI li!;T'1iN I" lf'Rll1'l'.
basck ofi lisckitng sitsthe tart sif thecasss
muembesrs sait swhst is saiditolieanassst-
tick if cosldifeet osithe pait of the csi-
tihe seniousr]its'isbianiuet veture-. 'S'lit
high-b e tets oi uslrtyeair msess hads te-
sidtsoi hoiilst-eisrsante-graduasstitirsv
Is ini IDetroit sits stit tondssassevensing
brt its istolast eveinisg very less hadl Ipart-
edi isiths the iprice iii Ele ticetc. Itscoss
seqi ue-sce asp iecialit stitsg ioithe claiss
liss lies sessclissdfor this sfternoon05 at 4
()cokilltshtilectutre roctmsocIthe eccc-
itomsies butiling t cosider Else questiots.
U1tless SOYMit.ressinisterestisisiasifestedl
it isill lie necessasry to cattel the sir-
ranigceents situgive. iltihestEist-f-tvwn
banqtiuet tplanss.
S't 'IiEN'PS SELT'ICKE'PS
113R .ItRONAU'PhC.At.At EII'P.
'Tickets admssitinsg tosCllege layts'f
lie sitronssi cassl mieet tosbelie liniDle-
troilis le ini Jtnehaes e lss ects placedtlii
thes hsansisoof asiomittee 1ccof tess studsents
apitn test by the presisdetnt of thst .Aero-
nausialiluscicty. 'Phe msembessrs osf the
scommsittee sire as Stillowtss: 0. hO.Cai-
sunetItr, 'ITI{,; S. R. Livinigist, 'To if;
II, Al. ; Alsisrtssse, 'iT1FB; AlattIlsetsR.
tihu.'Is I",; iseexCssx, 'TTi E, Jerry.
Colslis,'12 1"; Wilts- c . AWIsiis se, 'Is:
1D.; s ifgesis- iHunt, 'IT ,; Wa sltser A.
I lsoyt, '12 Malntut e 1'~'. iig suit.'TT P.
'listcampalssignsfoe funssis toEspre sere
sic slu meticsbusildingit scrogres'singC
slowslyh, asitusts sxtesseffosrs twill be lad
bsy tsefaculty ciiimmitteeN,hsilshliisesthes
masstter siii chasrge, Iststoilost enthusisms
amons g tihs- alumists ast commenceme'nst-tssi
time sTs e 'tltcsittittt't istss- utul Janu-
5r , 1()12toaisesui ndIsiss, saftr wischil
tse fits.if lt'e s-s tilsts tssslssrls still its
sideissii t setmsn-dbx ith -soa idtef.'egents.
We niltsss asllositsanessts-. lSiuspli's.
61 5 I',. Atiisllit.
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For cactiCosupte io atnlfrossaris
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Pit eahunk stlsttuonesromdune, lie
price sits Ce 25 Cents. I1f carr-cidIa
us fernm np-stairs, the peter wilt be-
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Usives-s are requiredsto Inecrt cash
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Sututaries: thie ses i.hist-Walstiser;
tin i s e heit-S . 11. its. blss onit
b ails-off Ca-mtblss 1: sot ts1,stlt-lit
A ite 7,itsy Vtisoslts 2,lby SmiithI , its.
Campsbsiell ;hits-siftf'Stith2 in 4 Mi-
itigstoff Campbsslell ft ini4inningi asillf
WIhite 7 it 8 1-3 itius 'slist b itcsseds
sill-l'sltter B(,It; sscriie its-Siter-
rilt Dits ;stolen isesss-'Turd, I levitiur,
S. B.'thite, Prsesott2 IIWirtinsgtois
till, W'alhterAlt Atiltsis -:lefttof l sit s s
t'riton cis Michigans6: fis eItlesits
crrrics-Prttsinceton ltit'lsigssss 5;5Passed~
sills-Bhorlets.eIsickey ; mufftesdthsirsd
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hospital grontds 1 issmist comletted. It Just received a fresh
is expectedtsolie resisy Stir soccuspancy shipn-iTent of
1)y the first of text tree is. tush durinig
the susiser mtswsill be tille-diby
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ON STUE 13'ICERFC'POQRY. Johnston's
NokothTyeTStdn'Iirc-ory is goitig on at a merry cliii assiMoss
ager Ahcortn is opiisic esitgstoyli 1r m d
promise itsatthuehboios still lessvehs
press early ini November,- a montshs
earlier than usual. Seven mess arc ire-____
ing out on; She staff aitd hiave succeededs
in disposing of nmost of the advertiisig
space. The work has been mainly cost
fined to tlse renewing of the old cots-
tracts. Staff positions are still open anud Co e
the manager is anxious that store msens
try out for them. He may be reached
biy calling Bell ifig. Drug Itare 117 S. Maltz St

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exelussivyewith stylesto hat nt-c author-
itati.B eay t ouLookyolur'odes or
statueit up tosday foir ltestrtdier1'
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suit- in the wsorkostund deiver hrin st
when yostuIt-tnt it.
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- -Nwand Sec- It further student disturhan
'tushiusYpsilainti during the carni"
to xc ng ibesxpested aiidlioped that
Ic ?.; ';.,Cange fuelori with be detected and
ush retribsisots of the law. Stui
( 3 Isf-EL s- illi ts itmsisril the reputation
? un551iverit are "tundesirables" it
sT st sese of the term, and th,
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