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~'t1~k~s H~hAN AILY

3US.STATETSTREET
Openig dislay of
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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing E~ditor-Lgg 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.... .Dion S. Birney
ZDITORIAI.
Arthur J. Abhott. Paul Leidy
NIGHT EDITORS.
A. J. Wohlgemuth. Harold McGee.
Frank Pennell Edward H. Robie
Maurice Toulme
REPORTERS.
Ernest Burton. E. M. Wakefield.
John L. Cox. F. H. Shaw, Jr.
John H. Townley. Wallace Weber.
Gerald J. May. Emmett Taylor.
C. Harold Hippler. J. Selig Yellen.
Loren Robinson Win. T. Daugherty
Robert M. Gillett.
BUSINESS STAPP
C. A Bowman. A. R Dilley.
Myer Robin. Kenneth Osborn
E. Ray Johnson. Elmer P. Grierson.
C. IH. Kleinstuck. Joseph N. Fouchard.
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Office IHours: Managing Editor, I-a p.
in. and It:00-It1:3o p. m. Daily.
Bnsiness Manager, I-5, 7-8 p. in., Ez-
cept Sunday. Both 'phones goo.

will be tort of the program of the field(
day of the Michigan clubI of IDetroit,
which will he held next Satorday~ . l
lowing is the personnel of 11011 cre:
MsICVIGAN. Maurice, 'oo I,, slo c
Spurting, 'to E', No. 7: Wkrthioos, 'o9 o.
6; Ctley, 'o2, No. 5; .frmstrong, '02. No
4; Hotlmtes, 'o6 F, No. 3 ; Warner 73 L,.
No. 2; iHenkel, 'to F,, how; Str:'lintell,
'o(} Ii, coxsw'atn.
ACI,.COLLCEGIl : L,oth 0111. Prinon,
stroke; Gillespie, Corttell, N:. 7; Itof
field, H~arvatd, No. 6;1LundI-, ':t. A. IC.,
No. 5; Dottaldsono, Corttell, No. 4 ; 11 Cr'
riclo. \Viscottsin, No. 3; Kella~r, ('ooll
NO. 2; Hiargeesc, Cornll, bo: 'an,
worth, Syracuse, coxswtatin.
LOOKS LIKE FRE' NZIED
FIN.ANCE ',AT NINNESI 'I'
M-inepolis, lMitts., Jue' 5.-Josetih
1). Brett realsurer otf thtefUnivers-ityof
Minntesota, is itt thiy l~j~t:I as a'teil
of the allegetd holdttp Fridaye.wttln1he
was robbedtlof $13,000 of lt'ettivty
in importnt sttemtetst'1hat lt'e {it
believed Itis story to lteutre.
Trevttr Artttltd tf tt the ovr oil: of
Chicago lots beett invetigaltin~g t1111 1a
ciMl system itSfItelootversityad m
fottttut 11Itat tere 5istatdeficit : of,$,
000. Oveedtruftotointe ttrretexpenle
futntdwere foundttantttheIaccountsof thI
utiversity are ill a gtneacr'ond:: ititnof
cottfttsion.
A.ERONAUTIICAL SO ET FY 1II SO
LOTS OF tBUSI NESS (IN 1I\ 1).i
The electiontif:f:ficersof lte :cr;)
tauttical Society trillttke place int eoli
31t, tt'tgitteerittg butilding, tt 7 :15t{
nightt. Besitdes te electioun.,::an::::nntnc
ineiff$ of the gifts to the socie Ity by1(i--
sell A.lger trill Ibe ematie. I'tesfo
the trial flights :of teIliedet rsw'll c
set, us i is expected l hatse Ite hanger
reu-de fortrhetmtachtitte yte end:I (if t
weeko. The results o:f the' 1,1 ::ra:11it'
tests onthle KRI T cenginle, teictelie
ciety hasttrotcuredl for towrn hie il egv n ot.Te mtt
by' wehichtseveral mtent 111y' earntc:l teN
Sot' thte aviationttmeetl : to eiheldti it: -
bte takett up.
BUT FEWV SENIORS NEEGIECT
TO FAY GRADUIATIO NFE .
Tartly settiors thronged lte offictsof
the secretare antttr eeasurer ttttilalat
htour yestertday tftertttott. ITe omajority
htowever, htatlpaidtlheir erattltti::tfeeo
s iseti the books twere cloised a:t foutt
o'clockc, antdlthe fS ettltittet toteo
tave Sforieitedth ieir clatss panvil ege'sowill
hte lonesomte.

eveningftithe:Wonin honor of:5 the
ne Ill ers i iIc C larSien tcc J. Nh ct ot. '1)3
aceda tatmasterand ter ilt o
tr N witt;: te ed} eece
N It N w rered. htt. Y de, 1 3 . I11
C im C i e : 1. .: o da 'it:Kt
Peioic itw K W Tc y, it: PtbS
Fod dner tions :1ht:h:
Pr fsor . I t : it : nd I ). t'
CaIt c eitllwet ake iii it tthe' sol i et yas
The follit Cite fi es wee lecedf
nex N plNO :NiR.'S10. NI li eprie nt
Alr Hari wil eprsto t'he Dit lta l
itl ''in InTani: t iti: JuneitlAtt'Ji tttit
lit'on'ectionit: I 'tetmeetttoftihte
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'llIFS~t i' , Jf'NE6, ipit
NiqPht Jidilor--EnwAus It. RostE.
UNIVERSITY CACENDAR
hlue 5.-tttltc Iiecital ot "As Yotu tike
It"bliP tro:f. 'i.rtelocid's Sttakeopeare
theaduinug c'lass, SatrahIiCaswell Antg'ell
.1:1111 .-S:'tnior tLttgiieer sing. Cugi-
eerie:thort, 7 p. In.
ttntc p.---andtlcothcert, 7:30 p. t.
Jn U11012-22-Ifxamhitntions.
ttne,25--tBtctlatureate Atddress.
Jtttt 26-28.-Class daty exercises it the
Jtunt: 27.-Sentior receptiotn, Barhour
Jun::28.--ANlunitDay.
It itt itht the tro:foutttest regret that
thec I tu,o e tatff uieets the resigttatiotn of
IHtroldT'ittus fromthetofliecteeof tiattag-
t lidtir fir lt'e:'ouing pear.
l'Fet net, witi our ranige of years
at 'Michtigant tate p:ossessedt at otice so
itchofthe character tittdlso mtucht of
the abiitytlit gtot: tote takintg tf a
cpbettdittir. Antd whettier it is gen-
eriallytappecited't, or not, we Ittok tupotn
tic entforced l teitrattal of Mr. Titus
as a misfrtutte noi tmerely to the paiter
bt ti thuuneersitp.
Air personatl ss'ociation swittte de-
tpartin:g itembter of the stuff has always
be uuuoe of great p't,_sure, atid of profit.
NN- ha th:tele singht ' ope that rest from
isll t:o ardtiot' ;lahors wilt ettable
im io returht to tI ' untieersity, antd to
lie scork thalthas had so much of his,
ticvotioan.
NII'IItf.N ALUMNI OUTDO
t_'NI)It7f;RAI)UATE BROTHERS.
ANlicitattLItas a crew. White we've
Viten s tatttding arotitd aund waititng for
Hie: IIr t turrd I i h n tto a 'fississippi,
numbittler of Michigan mteti have heetn
tic:sticintg on ite Detroit river uttil fint-
ally they haste heett forced to adlmif that
lisp tre a crew. OS courseotte of them
gr't:nt'tetl ine '73, bitt what of it? Belter
ltetan never.
.Aielligati's first opponenit will be the
All-C'ollege eightt, eomnposed of Detroit
a:lttmi' front various colleges, several of
wtioam rowed on varsity crews durittg
their ttndrgradutate days. The contest

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AI1IPIT3ESFIA IH.The last meetiuig of the ANdelpitc-G i b r '
eta' still lie ht'ltdtext :Fridaynitt e. The
electiotis aS officers Stir nit se mster
weill take place. Nl mitert s ot I rg
to lie presenttJ h
LATrsVO x AL NSaUZA.The lust issue of the.-Attest so t)s a),M c ~ a m i '
illt appear ott text Satnrda:: ni:':::. M a D ar i s
Atip 'atance ntices or mat~tters far pub-1
licationitmust terefore b addIIt h lIYofc eoeFide t vtet'lin ii:
iisTLvns iWILT IftitT Ott ICP't
The last tmetting of the y'iftIIh T e
Fitrestry' clubi will lie held inirtom c40
N. W., lotnor rowseeeuigit 7 :30 :1le.
Electioti of officers for the ensintg yea
will take place. Drug, Store 117 S. Malt s$t

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