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T-W.C MICHIGA N D AIL

G. I.Wil CllhalyI

iS ine of fine

Our Spit

Imported adl.domestic
WuNES
Is now ready. It inclndes all
the latest Novelies Shades
and Up-to-IDate Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
(frays and
Fancy Blues.
Youzr patronaget respectfuly
solicited.
G, H. Wild Comipally
311 South State Street
If Youz
Buya
Base Ball
Mitt
a bat or anything in
the sportiiig goods line
-o'll he well suited if
ou buy it of Ir
Student iBookstores

THE MICIHMAN DAILY.
Managing Iditor-ARcHER F. Rrrcarz
Business Manager-C. E. WINSTEAD.
EDITORS
Neiis ............... Chauncey Boucher
Athletics.............. Lee A White
Athletics, Assi..... C. E. Eldridge
Eveliange........Robert RMountsier
Muisic ..........Roy D. Welch
)rama ..............Donal -I. Haines
Women's Eiitor.... Louise Van Voorhis
EDITORIAL STAFF
Russell McFarland
NIGHT EDITORS
Raymiioind Vissher Leonard C. Reid
REPORTERs
t. 1B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Water K. Towers Louis Kraft
Lewis 'T. Kniskern Robert Moreland
Paid Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto Engel Fred E. Gooding
'Tieron P. Cooper E. G. C. Williams
A. L. ltainine
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wre Cad H. Adam
Harold . Gould
Address: MICmIGA DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street
Manager's Hours : I- p. i., 78 p. M.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
SATURDAY, MAY 2 , iof.
ToiiGTtitiSTEtNTi.
The Carnival of Fun is oi. The
bresare harking atd the actors tre
acting. The stirit of jolifcation is
raotpan.'lbsetntire canitpus has thriw
aide dullI 1 care atd only godnatre ad
good fellowship is it order.
I you hae not yet joined he nmerry
thg yen should not miss the oppor
unity itonighti o tear down the barriers
of every kindi, get away front your de-
parment al your books ad let a real
Michtigani spirit have a chance to make
ris more toroiughly Michigan mnat
or a NSihiganswoiman.
WiVe kinow of notbetter way to wet-
com~e the glaisomte mioth of :flowers
aiid ;niehine tani by mirgling with the
crewd it the gymnasiuims ad by living
a icwi carefree and happy ours, refresh
ouirseves andh take on iem strength
for the fiiatspurt of the year.
iPAY TE DAMAGES.
Tioday is he day to make good our
riiiiise to pay for the destruction
wiroiughtitbty the recent disturbance on
W\ashiiigito street. The Student Coun-
cil is wiorkinig hard and we can be sre
for 'omie definite purpose to settle the
tilts. Maiiy have nit yet givers any-
htg. If you are among them it is up
ito yiiuiti see the collector today ard
coiniribuiie your share.
Audthte tarticipants in the stae ato-
miiile eiduirance run, who were passing
itroiighth te city yesterday afternoon,
itiouigh thi g crowd on the streets
had iiurnedt out to do them honor]

NOVEL ATTRACTIONS
MAKE THINGS ?MERRY
(Continued from PgeOe.)"
sas tieing sold on the floor, anI one
reason for its great demndr wsas because
of the beauty contest. Tloe cocls, rot
only ,01s'ky but plitkless, wlo were
candidtes for the honor, were arrayed
in their rgrlatisit aster ontifts, ani
arty fellow whlo had the chance to "tote"
orie of tern around and let his friends
see hin, could consider himself lucky.
About hooclck last night leaders in
the Clarion's prie contest were Misses
EdithlA leads, Helen . Gatle, and Flor-
ertce Baneter. The' election has non'
become a party affair and organizations
an fraternities are plling ard voting
aloitg strictly partizan lines.
'T'he total pai amrissiors at the mai
ioor last ight totalel ,oo. Thi is
a corsisderable increase oer the lasi
Fair's first ight receipts, there being
at that timus but r,8o ur thereaouotts.
If the attendance tonight only eqials
Iis, and there is a great probaility
that iit will exceed it, the carnival this
year will undotrbtedly be one long to
te reiremsbered irr Michigan anials,-
and it all helps the Union. This ie
mustst hae been constantly orre in mirtnd
last night by alt the performers in eery
show, for it was a fact not to be nis-
takerr that the meri trew tertselves
into the work with an unparalleled vim.
They sweated ard jurnped and sang and
yelled and laiged through it all. That
is why eeryore enjoyed it so, and why
all ill returnt tonight.
To take care of the crowd tonight
both Barbor and Watenan gymna-
iunm entrances swi1l e used. Special
ticket offices sill be erected anrd all
wiltl le readly for tonight's big croid.
COUNTY CLARION SCORES
SIX SENSATI(5NAL, SCOOPS
The Cuitnty Clarioni scooped all its
competitors in Ann Arbor yesterday.
The D~aily admrits it was beaten. Specta-
tors of the parade were astounded. to
read ini its columns that jean Dordans
was pinched, ard that Deit Reed was
dead. Wshat didit it rmatter if tie forirer
was mrerely pinched by art insigiiciat
sidewalk catching ter foot, or that the
ltter was dead only iii the seise that
Ile was deadt set against bolting.
The papers were entirely sold otibte-
fore the parade hailerdein iifriirt of
the judges' stand. Another edition was
struck off and sold at the Coutty Fair
last night. Three thousand copies were
printed antI sold. Itisi expected that as
niany riore of this afternoon's new edi-
tion will e sold.
It is advertised that there will be
other startling matters revealed in to-
day's issue. The inside story of te
parade will be told in a thrilling mar-
ner. It is also stated that it will con-
tain the confessions of a prominent fac-
ulty member.
LOST-Ont Campus, Saturday after-
noon, lady's golu watch, with date Jtne
22, 94, egraed ott case. Return 73
F. Huron ard receive reward
SH-SH'-Sl'.-For men only, at the
County Fair. 53-4I

UNION NOMINATING.
COMMtTTEE MEETS -SOON
As the tints for annutal nomiinationi
antI election of the Michigan Uriiii
draws near, the Union announces the
followinig as an extract from its by-
law..st~tichi must be complied with:
"No iember of the Union shalt b
alloiwed to voie at the annual election
unless lie shall has-c registered his name
and the number. of his membership
ticket ini the book provided for that
purpose, at least site week previous to
the election."
'The Utniori silt be opeit to ladies as-
cormpaniied by mernbers today and dur-
ig the May Festival.
The nominating convenitioni this year
is' as fiillows: J. 'W. McCandiless, ctiair-
iianr, Oscar Boose, Harry Patricke, Don
Sterliiigsuit Robiert Boiughtoii.'This
committee wiltl meet at the call of the
chiairmaii. 'lTie date of the eletiioii is
SaturdaySlat' 30.
I 10 N113NMANUF<ACTURE
PRt)VIS ECONO MI CAt.
Bletweeni $1,ooo0sant $1,00olas beeni
aved on the newe 36-inch telescotie hy
hasinig certain parts mtade in the Unii-
versity mrcnstre shops instead of biy out-
siide manfactutrers. Already inearly
$4,ooo has been expendted suit the ini-
strutieint is riot yet coniplete. 'fTe big
castiron piers atid the tw-o stes uipoii
wiht the tutbe sstings have tot arriveid,
bni the parts turned out by the Univer-
sity shoips are ready. A year arid a half
hiss been occupied in their construction.
Ini addlition to this stork, Siiperitntenid-
cut Stfiggett hs isbeen making i extein-
sontieter. 'lThis is aniniistriumient iiseditni
m~easuirin~g this expsansion of ceenit
tinder siress. This extenisoiieter, whtiict
is a tews'inveintioii, has just becen itni-
shed andi is beirngtisedin i the cisil
engineering department.
.5 t eststarmpirigtpress, its wehl as a
nest Brownt and Shiartpe nilliingnmachiine,
has bieeni set uittinthie tmachiie ships.
In thisferge riiomn a niew pswer hamt-
mner has hbeein installed. These mactunes
retiresent the inewtest iless itin achiite
work.
A line oif imidels for the mecthanical
enigitieerinigidrawinig courses has alsoi
bteeti contrhucted. Amiuong teti etiery'
wheel startis, an air-conmpresinmu achu-
ne, aiiimahintres ide'montstratinugidiffir-
enit itechianticalurotiotis.
NOTICE-REAL MONEY, NOT
CHECKS, IS NECESSARY AT THE
FAIR TONIGHT. NO) CIHICKS
WILL BE RECEIVED).

i.

TENNIS
Rackets
Racket Presses
Racket Covers
Court Markers
Tennis Balls
Tennis Nets
Tennis shoes
Official Tennis Guide

i

WRIGHT (ft DITSON'S
aona~pete ine, at
WAHR'S
University Bookstore
(1. [. DARTH[[[
Law Red Medical Btookseller
IMPORTANT LAW AND MEDICAL
BOOKS
Otuhy's Htoruiiy of the Ltof u
tieal h'eiery - - - $3.00
Diealt1lutisin'sEitisoh'o
Wivtami'i testli'roperty - $3.00
iittng'i.Otiuinu'llt tiat
i''uropert - - i-l - $1.00
CriminaliActions - - - $6.00
ihopiui" 'sriminsal 'rocs'rer,
ols. ai- - - - - $12.00
Retynolid's Tiuu'oiy lotEviden'ie', $2 00
Stephni't's hitgesut of Evienie. $4.00
itteteir e s Evidetnce,-- - $3.50
Marshtail'i Coroaiounus, - $6.00
Tnuiptiii's Ssumaryioftheiu
Lawsloft'Corporatiolns. - - $2.50
Wellmtan's Ar t: t russ
Exaitionlu, - - $2.50
Btilwiehin h uawyeri Maunul, $6.10
iiirtieyu'. ,Abibott's Fo'irms, - $6.00
h1les 'leadtings.i'racti'e andi
F~ormuts 3 vo. - - - $1800
Winslo'.lsiCuodet Forms', 2 vosi., $12.0
MEDICAL BOOKS
Hae'' 's ri'ael tTheraeutiriic".$4.00
ickthiami's tpen hii'e Surger. $6.00
Eiendrath's SurichatlDialgunisis, $6.30
tiattehi's L'ost-iioi'ueiu
Pathology, - -" - - $5.00
Sobota-M~urrch'sAtlas sit(
'T'u'tuiBuiutuitAnatoumty 3i'iols.,$18.00
Crossen's iDiseasesaof 5 inure, $6.00
Caithun hIitferesitiat titagnsis
and Triieatment, - - - $6.50
Leaks's Speeial Meicaltu
Diagniss - - - - $6.50
Goutd'siogiuraphie Clitrucs.
5 vos., - - - - $5.00
Dictionaisn Comspenids, etc'.
Ca E. BARTH3ELL1
Law and Medical Bookseller
Tel 761. 326 S. State SI.
gla'cisses tiave tbecomesuc'ia
uesayniuincie with stoudentus of
iue thtiey walitwelome ant eye-
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tot nt md guaranitee resulttt. Qouic
Rpir.Lenses Grouand.
EML H. ARNOLD
Optical Speeialist withi
W. ARNOL D, Jeweler
0South Main Street

Official National League Ball
is tiu'ii ik l. l'eerr~i n lic Iii' a
Chils i'll'sd5by
titllI 5 1~::. '. yios liltluyi
l.litu', tl +~ t '. .tYI ls5e itlli-
chtive y 141 iit1511 I iti . ' l e'cr -
hiuliRasI 5 I iiYd
A. G. SPALI)ING & BROS.
New Yarit li. ~ - .ILIsisSao Franciscuo,
MIntl ,)t u'5d I~ ci',,<< . htlo, Syracsee.Puts-
harg., 'hsti li',Wl I!-.i11111 5incitea, tisiati-
muore, itlasli ' l>1 a ss.City, Ceeland,
New Orielsul iI> i Ri o trlt C tanada.

Executive Offie
County Fair Carnival
Now Opezm
Barboavr Gym:,astums

t _ _ ,._.

NOW
Is the time to got your
CLVETT SHIRTS
AND
LIGHT UNDERWErAIR
AT THE
Co-pStore,

ORN[ESIA
CONCIIIT
High School Mall
may 59 8:15{ P.M.
LAST
FACULTY CONCERT
Nigh School Hlal
Thursday Evening
May 7

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Phone 598

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