THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY have realized, the fact that we need
to get together. For this reason the
G . d Entered as second-class matter at the Ann committee can be assured that it has AN
__Ars__cethe sympathy and will have the sup-
dPublished daly (Monday excepted) during the port of the entire student body.-INFIELDER'S
I'college year, at 117 g. Washington street, Without a doubt the banquet in May
Leading Merchant Tailors (basement eoor, side entrance) Phone 892-3r will see a demonstration of Michigan L
MANAGING EDITOR: spirit that will make the singing
S. EMORY THOMASON meeting before the University game,
BUSINESS MANAGER: look like a tea party.
ROSCOE B. BSTON
SPRING WOO[NS EDITORS: SENIORS WON. Made of selected, velvet
Atletics. - - - RosaBET K. wALTOs The game played between the sen-
For Suits, Top Coats and News. - - - J. S. BAsaY for and freshmen basket ball teams, tanned buckskin, built on
ASSOCIATES: Friday afternoon was a walkaway for Ii n e s that will appeal
Trousers. Full dress suits a Clford Stevenson, Roy Peebles, the seniors. The final score gave
A. M. Graver, Henry P. Erwin thm hec pet ityofiv strongy to thle players cif
seily Let us show you A. B.Pud. A . Or tir, h ny.n them the complete victory of five
specialty A. C. Pose d. A. B. Ortmeyer. points to nothing. expelietlce is our No. 2xs.
our London Serges, London oseph err, SThe senior team wor was fine; the
I hvos cth Mxue,~ IdaB.Mlroasnrigg. 1. Waite Jayne. TeselirtamwrLws ie;te i . o tIi-e i ..
Cheviots, Scotch Mixtures, eo.A. sborn. Harold C. SmicI.. ball was passed from hand with never
Karry A. Andrews. Alfred I-ioch. failing accuracy. The individual play-. g 11de X Iextia on, in lice
L Tlwens, Blarneys, High-~ Thomas B. Roberts. Clyde L. Dew. ing of the seniors was as good sr si - d d i liglils
lands, Edinburghs, Drum- BUSINESS STAFF: as their team work. Miss En-
tochty's, MGugors, Londonu C. A. Thompson. Wm. i, Lloyd yard of the senior class did some a
tohy s cugrs, no M. S. Kobitz. H. K. Latourette. playinig which was really very pratty i ili nia thllghotL
and St. Andrew Flannels, llewj. K. DteRoy. Ttos. L. ekate. pl. wvi
London Cassimeres or Amer- Editor Today-HENRY P. ERWIN. The utter defeat of the freshmen
ican Serges. Please call anid see o-To ersear, e was not due entirely to the super[orIfor $2.50.
aa See ubscription-Twooars per year, payale in playing of the seniors, however. Th
advance. If delinquent after Nov. 1, 190,.$2.a girls who play on the senior side are
unusually tall while the freshman
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30 girls are a little smaller. As
*p. m. Daily. grsaealtl mle. A
iddres-ROSCoE S. aOSyr Snoineon Man- a result, theseniorshcouldreach FOR SALE AT
aer 331 atkrS Street. above the eas of their frehman
Telephone, 461. guards with apparently the greatestk
108 . WASHINGTON STREET. ease, and reach the ball before it
came low enough for the freshmen to
4 * * NNN4 u~ioe ,reach it. One fault of the freshman
fO 000N N OOHNplay, which helped loaa the game, _______
O was that very few of the freshman
CALENDAR. girls tried to jump for the ball. "A book of siqiojicaiice to the ex-
___From the first few seconds of the eine ra ayro np n
S rApril 10.-Wesleyan Guild lecture by game it wts evident that the fresh- perienced trial lawyer, of Ispriis
Dr. B. L. McElroy. men were outclassed. Before the iisfrrctvioN to the youngster in the
April 11-Monday, 4:10 p. m. Operas spectators had settled down to view profession and ofrconstutinig inte-
of Wagner. Illustrated lectufe the game, Miss Wilmer Kinan made est to anyone alive to the everlast-
by Professor Stanley in Museum a basket for the seniors. From that
lecture room. time on during the first half, the ball ing human drama.'
April 12.-Annual election of Y. M. C. never once left the senior court, even -TiE CH ICAGO EVENING POST.
A. officers. to reach the center. Before the close
April 173-Wednesday, 8 p. in., in Sar- of the half, time had been called to T Ar o
ah Caswell Angell Hall, Lecture give the players in the north court a
by Theodore W. Koch on "Dante, rest. Before the close of the half,
ExcitngFulfor Everyone the Man and the Poet" o Miss Enyart made two more baskets
April 13.-Cross Country Club race. for the seniors. ross-Exaiuination
4 5c.April 13-6:45 p. m. Talk by Dean The second half the sympathy of
CHutchins, in Newberry hall. almost everybody in the gymnasium
April 13.-Faculty concert. Frieze was with the freshmen, and they suc By
Memorial hall. ceeded much better than in the first FRANCIS L. WELLMAN
April 14.-Lecture by Prof. Reighard half, for the ball was crossed a good
on "The Lamarckian and other many times to the freshman court, of the New York Bar.
Pocket War "aps for the Factors in Evolution." in Muse- only to be lost or forfeited on a fowl.
um Lecture room. When a successful pass was made, WITH THE CROSS-EXAMINATIONS
Far East, I5c. April 15.-7 p.m., Bird Club Meeting. placing the ball in the freshman court, OF IMPORTANT WITNESSiS
the gymnasium rang with applause. IN SOME CELEBRAT-
It is exceedingly gratifying to the At the end of the half, Miss Enyart ED CASES.
Daily to learn of the progress which and Miss Kinan had each made an-
eC the Club House committee has made other basket for the seniors, and the
SHEEHAN & COV j in carrying out the objects for which final score was 5 to 0 for the seniors. Bound in dark red cloth, with
it was appointed. Similar movements The line-up of the first two teams .
University Booksellers, Sta- here at Michigan have in forer was as follows: Seniors, baskets, Miss gilt tols, 8vo, $2.0 net, (post-
years been inaugurated with some en- Enyart, Miss Wilmer Kinan, Miss Per- age iic.)
tioners and Engravers. thusiasm, but have fallen fiat in a mort; centers, Miss Dickinson, Miss
320 South State Street. short time through lack of support or Freeman, Miss Yerkes; guards, Miss
enterprise. But at last things began Marguerite Kinan, Miss Whitmare, C. E. BARTHELL
.+................to look as though we were on the Miss Dibble. Freshmen, guards, Miss LAW & MEDICAL BOOKS
high road to success. The commit- Rizer, Miss Mosher, Miss Jaques; cen-
C. I1. MAJOR F. COMPANY tee is going about in a business-like eres, Miss Schratell, Miss Grace, the No. 326 South State Street
Specialtyj of Finemanner to prepare for a banquet, the first half, and Miss Lutz the second,
InteriorDecoraing like of which has never before been Miss Rheinbolt; baskets, Miss Carey,
Interior Decorating conceived in Ann Arbor. Moreover, Miss Yorker, Miss Clark.
Complete new line of Wal Papers, determination to succeeed which has
Paints, Oils and Varnishes, characterized the committee's actions NOTICE.
23 E. Washington. Phone 237 thus far lead us to predict with as- All entries for the Cross Country To keep your face
surance that its efforts will not end Club race, must be in by 6 o'clock, in good c oB di t i on,
in failure. Tuesday night, without fail. Anyone
The certainty of success is further who does not enter before that time use WilliamsShaving
AND BATH ROOM.5 increased by the fact that the time is will be placed on scratch in the race Stick.
J. R. TROJANOWSKI, Proprietor. ripe for the accomplishment of pur- Wednesday afternoon. The entry
Face Massage a Specialty. posen such an those of this committee. blanks are now in the Director's of-
322 SOUTH STATE STREET We are realizing as we never before fle. G. L. WAITE, Acting Capt.
THE STUDENTS' LECTUR[ ASSOCIATION ' sTMIEaI3T EAT@1m
DEAN M. SEABOLT, Manager
FRIDAY APR. 15 olemanpresents
Mr. IIarry Beresford in
TH1 S,0PACE BELONGS TO THE
J. M. BARRIE'S MASTERPIECE
Th Professors Love Story
Author of Maude Adam's "The Little Minister."
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