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The N i, a n Daily

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ANN vhfOl 1CI '111t;. y, 1'l h.I) fir, 1I'IZIh 241

MICHIGAN ATHLETES WILL IEGMONT IS VEREIN'S'

liii itiltiici.

BATTLE IN EAST AND WEST
Track [Tearn Fights to Retain Relay Laurels on Franklin Field,
While Blaseball Men Meet flichigan Agricultural
College Team at Lansing Today.
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11 'imslis it h t histl' r' n nrs'i i scuis.t l ha enw l ta
fr ii iliatrn iiltI v litcrn coi' - estii i lii -nte e~lorh>) f 1 .fe
\illi cgl <<t ii ii "i'miudi sniddiion to N'iite m ic l l I ca\l c 'I 'it ii ii Si
the fearlrc, cla sthere tre a tinii1ii()'cock iSaurday iht mI i ll ;

BEST ACHIEVEMENT l A11ic
(Goethe's Tragedy Is a Splendid crw -I
Success, Revealing Creditable \lcldi c1
Giroup of Campus Actors. Richatrd.l.
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No. 143.
UNDERCLASSMEN
CLASH IN MAY
Changes in Bag Fight and Tug-
of War Rules' Promiser More
Exciting Struggles.
Itihcspiig ciiitst thisyeair the
'1llal F Ft n terlay raices will
')c ~ t crcd b ith c iestiat wcre in
forc latYarili ii li the ug-f-war
nd li tic Fig tilit Fliiaigis arecon-ii
wh1ichliiIiwiill iiiateiatlly improve
1t is N titter lace i iill ke choiisiii for
the o -o str, oeiwle th'c e criser
,a~~s illhcof (jii l higt, anid the
_sl, i I m i t llt heyi' sclectcil as it
'ta t7i ;il In~it . n ii e iw iifthe fact
iti difcut to ieciirc sistysopho-
_]l~rc:; tc' lllli o' i' 7ii piiuiids, it is
)o ssilc hattwo sm llcr tieamis till lie
11() "n h..c ie a light ad a
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-()1111 ttr) p~its lihelightweight
atl piit.Ash,f iiclihe lag ight will
7 i lt utlledofini Slccpy Hallow,
)it i , I i' it ill Ihe' iiaidei'siialliei' aiid
dwsit i )i tl us cha- iireiuced, in order
ii I it iF Si iing coiiiist. last
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d r ll) II 'It it .ini) tilayullS then
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he c i c . 'as etc r tic is poussilet frioi

I ti LITS AL-TER OLD EUSTON.
I i i'Change Cap and Gown D~ays to Mon.
Sit' Ii' days and "Thursdays.

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riu laos 'eti I ii, id no (um <
tainctilked til furwiet neisdwet,
asce tir caictur tolI tut bagitt' awl
lloilliugaabothi"c abbitt" i 1F ' "Chik
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tl( e sta i I t l ii(It I ledt () ii ii
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Pal1,,OtonedSalanteillestheek.i <
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1i ii ii s ik it L I II I tI IU 1 lCi
CUP SUBSCRIPTION STARTS
Loving Cup Certificates Are Being
Circulated by the Classes.
IllO c -cFi ii crtifictts far the
:I I t1 ii gm-cup fhuluswcre put in the
Imd . s ltf th icitlisCiltisS prcsidlents
Y~cstrday bo w listribiitceiticae to
T l~ir c secf ecomitiiisuucutittay to
pci-mt 'tesn t 1 i i rt.imiimeidiately.
Ill rrlr tocm- iFth ihl i l d cilsys-
tcical, ' c clcltor is requecsted
tc oalIlswr ini his owsniiclass.
Th 'r-icnsh 4-cciie givcn the
sill '(1115itreeitsastheliy have
f~mld hatthee i notimesforcdilays
cctis ot( clsslpresidenit tir the
pcrsm plrcd n chrgc if ithc class
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'I'll1c fi s ltli liii tiiincc illfCtie year
wil c Shl TcIdts' cvecing. Ar-
F t!-'ct for tieiiace arc now
tic; It uuuituu i i aildItietickcts, which
ztrc 5 cets, hve b icipt oiiisalc with
tii tl ii'bes ofi the'cltiss. Inasmuch
is tis i thefirtdance' heldI by the
ecridyr mnalargecattciidance is
<u 'iipa. TheI icsali' if tickects so far
im )) tti s atiicipttion. The
cI 'u ittec Im'sstidei'outt a prograiisof
twnydtlc.i h cihaiperoins seleted
to a til llndFthe liatiti'veliii been al-

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