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The Michigan Daily

Vol.AX.

ANN At1>()ID, 11ICI IC \ c, SA cI~D) ,,, MAY 15, 1'909~.

MICHIGAN SEEKS
DOUBLE VICTORY
Track Team Meets Ohio State at
Columbus, While the Baseball
Squadl Tackles Syracuse.
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CIVIC ART DISPLAY IS OPEN
Japanese Prints, Persian Rugs, and
Paintings Are Exhibited.

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No.ii161.1
SOPHS LEAD IN
CLASS CONTESTS
Tug-of-War Goes to the Second-
Year Men in Both Events; Bag
Fight Won by Freshmen.
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