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mer oolens of
Excl.usve:.Styles
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Ciz B ioks, etc.
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TH-E MICHIGOANDAIL.Y.
Managing Editor-LEE A WHITE
Buines Manager--NORMANe H. HL.i.
EDITORS.
News Editor.. -........ Harold Titus
Assistant ............. Harry Z. Fol
Athletic Editor...Walter K. Towers
Assistant. ..... ..... J. Fred Lawon
Music and Drama...Earl V. Moore
Exchanges and Files... Dion S. Birney
EDITORIALS.
Arthur J. Abbott. Paul Leidy
NIGHCT EITORS.
A. J. Wohlgemuth. Harold McGee.
Frank Pennell Edward H. Robie
Maurice Toulme
REPORTERS.
Ernes Burton. E. M. Wakefield.
John L. Cox. F. E. Shaw, Jr.
John H. Townley. Wallace Weer.
Gerald J. May. Emmett Taylor.
C. Harold ippler. J. Selig Yellen.
Loren Robinson Wi. T. Daugherty
Robert M. Gillett.
BUSINESS STAF
C. A Bowman. A. R Dille.
Myer Rubin. Kenneth Osborn
E. Ray Johnson. Elmer P. Grierson.
C. H. Klinstuck. Joseph N. Fouhard.
Addresa: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bld.,
Maynard Street.
Office Hlours: Managing Editor, 1-2 p.
m. and 1:0-11:30 p. m. Daily.
Busiess Manager, 1-5, 7-8 p. i., Exz-
cept Sunday. Both 'phones 96o.
'l'I1tRSl)AY, JUNE 8, 911
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Jullie8,-Public Recital of "As You Like
It" by Prof. Trueblood's Shakespeare
Recading cas, Sarah Caswetl Angel
I1 a11l, 8 :oo p. m.
Rune S. Seiior R.igiieer sig, Engi-
eel iig court, 7 pimt
Juni 9c. -Blaud coicert, 7:30 p. am.
Ilini 12-22 -txaainiatiois.
Jinec 25-Baccalaureate Address.
Jiiii 262S -Class day exercises ha the
sarious dartients.
Juie' 27.--Senior reception, Babour
gminasiu, 8:30 p. m.
Jiiie 28.-.Almnii Day.
WHnEN YOic'AERICs.
Pehpin theii ii'views'of the iuineil~ece
o iiicomme'nicemneit, when iiary a tlos-
:111 and iicligao 111111ad wome lave
AiiiiArior, it.is1n1t aiiss to speak of
'le clmentin ithle reation of alsinus
anuiesitay haitis liii often eitiha-
sized. We refer te tie beneflcions,
;cdaiiiisiia, tat occasioialc drift
mto. the cffers f 111a11instttio.
_lIcny of tle griiuiaies of 1911 wilt
ittain wealt. Some are already for-
t ell e iisitated.To bohlasses swe
rieliii' reminidier tatulii gift is to
light to te appreciatei;io gift is too
ii-.ilsi'ietil to a tidticlsomeway il the
ealiatiiitof thc uivisersity 's ideals.
Prtibably here are few frieds of tie
univers'iteswhose iiiflueice is felt more
itiaii the little groi who teider from
tulle scholarships, bhtests lto the obser-
atory, tie muisemln, te art gaery, el
cetera.
Ofi ciitrse tils is funny;tbut wleii y01
haie thelimoney, wsby, just remlenber it.
tii'l'ROIT PAPER COMMENTS
ON MINNESOTA SCANDAL.
The arrest if Josepih D. Bren, treas-

irer of thie Uniiiersity of Minniesota,
subsequieiit to ihis alleged robibery on tile
uiie rsity campiis, was a ideciided sur-
prise to the friecuds of tie unfoirtun-
ate oiffiicil ini tue Twini City Institution.
Nir. Brett las tiees regarded in tue cir-
ce' of htis inttimlate acqutaintansce as a
man11 of sounti integrity ansd worthly of
highl respoiisibiily.
Tue inicident, aiiclMr. Bren's expla-
ntioitn of the tdisappearance of the utsi-
versity fuitds, were the occasion of edi-

torial ost ci i It t~1n 1911, ).'clt i 1 .if f 71111 tii h i largest eart~illli i e ti1.
yesterday, ttli ntmetwolvii ters ;lei.
'1 lr. Bhen," says te Neics,"'if lii ht it iiiilwiooregisteredi theronglgottt
chiarges are privetd:agaoi.listhm is lthe ile ad as ithe severest stude
base proved tilat ie is ph5 o -alit-, menthSaFrciodsse.
an officer of a grealt univiersity . . 1cstad 1et opotticiireliettedily left
"Secretary tBrein isalso liccued o i f potilt se 1"'sadrof. W. J. Hu se.'"The
sessilig attafintity, altninlgeiice o'ty itslitillcti-itlln1 2.50 111111..
permuissibile to ipieef irtistic eper-l
siide the edutcationael tale. But lith .'r si itm IIitt-al iirecevedll iift of an
featttre of all was thc extreme lui. ~ nit. tilt frolitielsi or class 'tf
tess of his methodti. .Apupil of tiie'pri- h lcpth 11 ic depart11111e1111 yestuerdayi
mny graides coulid hase pu1111t) liii ornngat hlilt. t te enircx-
plausibilestoiry ant sltck lt it blter 'iato 't'gift, li tli I a ittl
Fhtducationi certainly- receivedi talbotdy )l i l te is icllili lvion o f Bia
whten Mir. lBren iiinetei'ihits holdtill 5t i itsdle. ii b irty vishuhotticcre on
theory." ;1Y it .Thl litiitliii ii imadtItii'ni
MEETTS CLASS FORI
uriscossr tt."ltifouhtc'tilassit ni
tCoelinued from PaRe'I1 1 i i ledinii giv ie its Iteitlo
mhen w'hiose ecejtuai itce will txil iia Ii the yerlat eciittc-. :\11 tele ict,
tier that the' molst v lilale s fti- i c I I blise i ll, t l 'ti itexliessedil em
attorney is-hontestyin Nsaswel lased ict the r cit<
"[sitncerely bile i tha tt eak ii i - ---
no1 tie rigardedilas a leiture, )l is Itx 't:1.,1Nt xi ittt is;t1«ie lINsi\t..
aidvice of onti' who o is liiinrtdin-_i rei de1tE uiii wasi11tito ii
future. tIf, sears hne o ilr- etra hr e l .i. befreftce l
msetitber what 'Tommy'illhasid. i I sillSat io rsity.
the amply retpaid." ______________________
FORE)ST.RYCLU B Etiti' t , BAr1HING
N~F-"T YE SR'S CIU il IS.
Aiiout sixty iieiibiers endei tie
finial meetincgif ithe Forestry ll :
niighat, aitetelectei thle foloingole-
for niext yeair:ipresidienIit. (roIi C P
vice-president, lay J. ('lirk ; SCCI't't1
if. T. Lewis; corresponidingis oeiyi,
Fi. A. Wagner; tretasurer .1iT. It SH E
A special executive comitt e one
poseid if B. V. ('rankanl L.1?
Dainiel s was electeid to peic Iete- AA I 1 fi
taitnmientsanid loeikeafter tep1 pr
o~f the clubi.

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Drivers aereqiedl is clet cash
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Prof. Moeritz eve, ofthe len111e-
piartmeint,n-ho wis.compelledlto "ite iii
his claisses inI the mtilei ofithe semest.r
trouigh ill heialthit, muchlet1111 ent on okn opl tIi al
tiimore, 311., for an oper1a1till and hl I
bee cutreid of his ihes l iln
return to theuniiver sitiy intil neixt I l.
howeser, as Mrs.. Leii i also sifferil~
froitsa trouible cliihicitneess iat e e
remaaiinig at liii'Johnits inhop-
it for treattoeci.

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