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Michigan Daily, 1911-06-03

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- r~~~ MICHIOAN DAILY__________

311 SO. ST'ATE STREET
O pein ig display of
me~b r Woolens of
EluieStyles
FrUIT S,
OVRCA TS, and
Ih edlgMrchant Tailors
31 0SATE STEET
BalShoes
li dST 0 State St.
E RAVED
S}peca PiIces
airi 10 CRDS
10 CAD (rmPlate
PROOTDELVEIE

THlE MICHIGIAN DAILY.
rtManaging Editor-Lzz A WHITE.
Business Manager-NORMAN H. HIL.
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... Dion S. Birney
EDITORIALS.
Arthur J. Abott. Paul Leidy
NIGHT EDITORS.
A. J. Wohgemuth. Harold McGee.
Frank Pennell Edward H. Robie
Maurice Toulme
REPORTERS.
Ernlest Burton. E. M. Wakefield.
John L. Cox. F. E. Shaw, Jr.
John H. Townley. Wallace Weber.
Gerald J. May. Emmett Taylor.
C. Hlarold Hippler. J. Selig Yellen.
Loren Robinson .Wi. T. Daugherty
Robert M. Gillet.
BUSINESS STAP
C. A Bowman. A. R Dilley.
MyeI Rubin. Kenneth Oborn
E. Ray Johnson. Elmer P. Grierson.
C. H. Kleinstuck. Joseph N. Fouchard.
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bd.,
Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Managing Edior, I-2 p.'
in. and II:oo-II:3o p. m. Daily,:
Business Manager, -5, 7-8 p. i., E-
cept Sunday. Both 'phones gfo.
SA9'TRDAY, JUNE 3, 11.
Night Edtor-EsNeST R. BRTON.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
ilun' 3.--Kei() (Japan) baseball game,
l's r lield, 2 :3(0 P. in.
Iso ). -11,11(1 concee, 7 :30 piim.
1ue 222-1?xaiinatiois.
Tune 2--Baccalaureate.Adcress.
Jue 26-28.-Class (ay exercises ill le
carou dprt mens.
liiine 27-Senior recetio, abour
Jun iic28.--Aluiirni ay.
Jiii c 29-Commlieicemient.
Tiui'NEWF YEAR BOOK.
'eeditors of tie iug year book have
akdus to "le a little kinid" ill our com-
aent T'liat a saff wicbirlihas labored
lng and asriluiiusly on a tmenoria to
it.. class and to the uniiversity desires to
lie iseated kusly is init strange. But
thecic fears, if fars tiele, are un-
fonudeid.
The Nli cigenisiani of Ihis year is a
dsitinci adriisent to the log shelf that
1.1.. ite rememibrances of university
life. I there le errors at wide iter-
ills in le ook-ishb, swhat of tt? Itt
il'teis to turii out a perfect book;
iicidiin' beliese it could be doie; and
hiiieier. seed haste ti, knoss' ainiwho
cou iiidio it. 1He'dt le anuncotforta-
hlei ciiiiianion lto have aroutd.
Uiic tiiig this ise briigs forcibly
to mind~i . oe yearaciitors of the year
book skveliredelecth each other to see
wiciht could come the farthest from any
seuuulianiee of attempt at uniformity in
lininig. As a result a file of Michigan-
ensians olks like a New England crazy
qul. The iew edition is refined, taste-
ful mud serviceable. Now ily cai't i
le esablishedl as the staidarcd? It isn't
anysignf idecied originality to order
"aiiiethinig udifferent" fromi a line of
bnr''s sampi~les.

1NViiitf N'S TI;iloUf; BOARDS MteT TODAY.
The 191r aiid 19t2 Womein's League
boardls will imeet in Barbiour gyniasiu'm
ait to si. m. today- for the last time this'
semeiister.
v;NiliiOR SCoIE'vTo INITIATE MONDAY.
Se'ioii Society will hold its initiation
aiiiillisiitiiet text 'Monday. 'Thte banquet
%\-ill lie served at 7:30 in the "East Tea
Rooim" above IHoag's store.

W cII;RINtEaS SWAM t'
tOt3ItIGN Vt SIlUOcS
(Continued froni pagec 0.
weint for a tbrace of scores.
Except for the too haul iiiiings th'
game swoulid have lbeeiiclisse; aidiis I
altiigetther likely that the rest the teaim
will get iereiwill stiosw its effect iii to-
day's game. Just whto sail1 pitch foerKeis
is niot knoss'i, hut the Japs are carryisg
fiiir pitchers, swhichi leaves thieiii ii o
fresh ones fur the matinee. Smuitbivill
probsably do the hoiiors foir Michiiganuo i
iay. Thsreateiniig weather keiilie st
tendance clowii somewshat, hut the wathil-
er man says fair for toiday andthere c
shouldt te a gooii croswi out fur 'Mlichi-
gait's finual appearance for the seasonlof
lot1 iThie game will start at 3 o'clock.
aiid the hand will be cii hanid.
The score :
MICHIGAN ... AB R It P0 A I?
Hilt lb ....7 1 2 8 2 0
Marliii s ...6 3 3 6 21 2
BellIf ......5 2 2 0 0 0i
Muitson rf ....6 3 5 I 0i 0
Mitchell cf ....5 3 3 0i 2 1
t-lays 2b.... 4 4 2 4 6 o
Borleske c ....4 I 1 6 4 1
McMittai 3b ...3 1 0i 0 ii 0
'Verheyeni pi......3 0 0i1i0ii
Freiiz p....3 0 i1 i1i0 0
Snadjr 3b ....2 2 2 0 0 0i

Total ........48 20
KEIE) ......... AFBIR
Sasahi ss ...... 4 z
Kaniki Ab........3 0
Fukuda c .......4 0
K oyatma rf ......42

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TIft
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17 7
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1 1

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HigolIf ....3 0 0 i 0
Takahiaima cf...2 1 ri rI 0ii
sliukawa 31) p ..3 O0o 2 3 t
Goto t1) ....2 0 I iii 0i 1
Sugasi p .....1 0 ii 0 2 0
Ifasaki 31)....3 t 1 2 0 t
'Total ...2 93 ; 8 27 13 II
Ely innigs ......1I2 34 5 67 8 1 S
Mictigall.......Il08 2 02 0 iiO .20
Keiii ............ TOI O T0 1 0I2
Summaries : bose oii tallsioff Suvot
3 ini 2 iiniiiioff Ishiikia'si 2 in 7 7l1-
iings, off Vertiey'ei 3 ini 5 ininiigs.o.fif
Freiiz 4 ini 4 imiiigs ; twoi lise ]tlls
Munson; three batse htls-Koymai~.
Frenz aincd.Iiarlin ihome'rnt tell;
struck out-buy Ishikaswa 4 in five in-
nings; wild pitch-Sagas1li; impire-Stes
phencison; time of game-a hours, t., miin-
utes.
AWNINGS WILL PROTECT
'. STUDENTS PROM tO0T SUN.
Studeitts of accounting ainit tther ecoi-
noumic stuldeints will be tiormuentledl i
molrtuythe hotatferiiooi t sitlstrerno-
lug over their torrid workeonithIlls5c'
iiiii floor of the Ecoitomiicsbuilduig.
Ab'oiut a dozen asw'iiigs' se re tilacedillii
the swindowss oii the southtlan iwsE sidi'
'if the buuildinug vesterdaty afteritin.
CAMPUS IND3IANS 0012)
ANNUIAL RPEACtJ tDANCE,.
Wilts feathers. paiist aniitarerisrel-
egated,. but still retaining its wairswhiotis
as a menmory of' the last linac it toiok to
the war patha, the tribe of Mictslg.'iiu
held its annutal peace dance sit Graingir's
lst sight.Oaiiciiig coiitinuiedttiitil esir-
ly moriiig wheit a breakfaist was sees'
eid biy the msost receiit pale faces.

I IfIS''UtIP I'A I S(CII'rY Wt,t,
('1.. LERRATIJ "U OUP N.1.IGHT.."
iU f M . iigt'' iill te celertei oni
theein 'io f Jiiie 7 at the thiry-se'-
I l anulieiing iif.9Micigan i oui
ce andih11sticl ocit , itolhe ell at
ILsig June115 and .iil8
ids's f heeein11g aiiitLewi .
ChItasi, fellouw ini'iicani his till'sat
the tniiiiisih tiisll allnd a latici'. ter
the meeting11 et1 iiswill le greni
ling, ittiaghter f John tS. IIrer
Michl ia, lst territor~ials Igoereii.
Prfso isA.. . f.htall ettrneid to Aini
'mi un lst ncih i-om rimch111111111
licrtrm ee . ho 11, i len lu t tol l isc
ll 'i i scllol.5 si M s ''ii'
Deais 4 1 O. RcidsiiiiProf. Vitr
Laniie, ofitbi Isissdhiateni t, lt y's
trafoleganlsfa1n1111Cairoirspet
ive'ly i theinterei'ss fthl i ver'uu'i'sill
Aunhiai'sisociastioui.
I liii I o.' dc iiis c meliuS111 1101
11e11' its I sio'lst teineringdc
istlet w'5ii' oi' hai beu e i n itsug
i 'l 110..c l r 11111 ii. iiiiii 1.5,1. 1111
9 c'ioi agiluect ofthres itzn'hir ese
ias rescivedh st Mieiioril haisihl a ,
as iipart iof ithe liii'iiisii'o' deredeu toltI t up
91 ici u io itls il e' sh ii
ening. "Cho si,' ..ui ii ill 1egin at6
"wc ad its ic lts 1will adjurusntoii
T oe t be initia I ted iare: 110111 its
iak ,l ila'nbs, dl~ a his nIhn e, .\t'ur
'm'ooisisull. GaceAlbstazl ol c otslt,
'mue DeIIoandI-Tn1A91e
CHOCOLATES
Just received a fresh
shipment of
Gilbert's
Johnston's
MacDiarmid's
T ice 's
Dr.. * Store 117 S. Mains St

CALLING
CARDS,
You will need them very
soon. It would be wise to
see to it early. Had better
LEAVE YOUR ORDER NOW
Plate with 100 cards
$1.25 to $3.50
100 CARDS_'FROM YOUR PLATE
75c
All Work Guaranteed
WAHItR'S
University Bookstere
Carriage and Baggage
ti': i esuch Couupte tu aud from iiparties
i , ,1 s'lock $1.50, afteur 12u'ockoi
i2.'+.
F"+- u), t rtunE toaut fromtidour, tue
Brice Nili me 25 Ce,.n. If mardeil tu
or fromnt' p-stairs, the price withbeu
501 Cents.
Drivers lire requiredi tn eollect eash
for earriage stildibgaeuuuervice.
WVA LKERt'S Li viERY
ROItitNSUN & CU.
W. 15. STARKc
HOLM 5tEmS 1.1VERIY
WE
French. Dry
Clean
A Suit or Overcoat, lac
Suits Pressed, lac
Trousers, 10c
REPAIRING
Fuller & OConnior
Tailors. 619 E. Wsliam St.

La
Lags Atu in Michigan
Second-l.,on l Law Books
Law noiel cd teal Dictionsaries
Qtie"I ,oks, etc.
Cocmplete loteNow and Sec-
otnd-halnd.
Old book a taken 10 Exchange
C. F. BARTHELL,
3265, . STATE STREET
Second Float; Tel. 761

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Engraved and Embossed,
Stationry
Calling Cards
Reception Cards
Wedding Invitations
Announcements, Etc,
MAYER, SCHOETTLE & SCHAIRER CO.
STATIONEIRS PRINTERS BINDERS
GENERAL OFFICE OUJTFITTERS
112 S~uth Maim SO. Bell Phone 14104

Ready For Your Orders
On Spring Suite of Cutom Masd
Kind Gentheieun-
HReady foe yoll withi Fabrics which time
exclnuvsi'twth stylies thait are authorui-
itative. Heady' to honk your order or
make it upm today for ater deiviery'.
Rteadhy to takey ourmitenasuire, get time
suit in the works and deliver it ;jast.
when you want tt.
Y'ou gain by taking advantage of one
readineos today.
Win. B. Dieterle
Varsity Tailors
1f7 E. Liberty Street
Shirts and Neckwear
Made t0 Order

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