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April 15, 1904 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THlE MICHIGAN DA[LY
Entered as second-class m tter at the Asa
Arbor. Pt Offie..
Pubished daily (Monday exceped)i durinthe
College6 year, at 117 E. Wahigon stsee,
: basemnent ioorside entesscst Plaeeila.-S
MANAGING EDITOR:
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BUSINSS MANAQR:
ROSCOE i. HlSTON
EDITORS:
Ath ie, - - iROmERT K.WLTOcN
News, - - - - -JT, et
ASSOCIATES:
lffford Stevenson, Rty Peebles,
A. M. Graver, HenryP. Ewn
,AX.-Poawld. A .H. rtmney a~
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard . More.
Ida M. Brownrigg. I. Waite Jayne.
Geo. A. Osbon:. Harold C:. mih.
Harry H. Andrews. Alfred B. Koch.
Thomas B. Roberts. Clyde L Dew.
BUSINESS STAFF:
. A. Thomp.. WinxItLoyd,.,.
M. S. -Kobhnt. Ii. K. Latore.
Benj. E. DeRoy. Thos. L. Fekee.
Editor Today-HENRY P RW1N.,
Ssbaocrptisa-2Tsco Dlluar per Ma, paptles
advance. If deiaqet after Ne. I.,ifft-52.50
Office Klss =rs-130to :anld! Y3o 'e iSI
Adress -ROSCOE B. RUSTON, JadsessBMsn-
ger, 31 Packard Stret.
Telphne.4A.
CALENDAW~
April -15.-7 p m.; Birt (Cib lfeetis:
April 15-Michigan Nrthwetern tie-
bate in Chicago
April 15 to 26 Sprig vacation.
April 16, &'p. n -Lecture' by -Mr. 0.
C. Simons on "Lndcape Garden-
ing," in Mseum Lecture Hoem n.
April 20-Social let Newberry hal
April 2-Faculty concert, University
H-al.
April 30-S. L. A omaing conven-
tion.
.May 7-S. L. A. election
While coot of..he Uateritp s-
dents are gin t their homes for the
spring vacaion thr are four groups
of students Io whom the venation or
Dart of it as leat, will be by no
oeas restful, Tonight our debating
team will lead a-vaiat fight in Chi-
cago;,our baseball team leaves todS:.
for a week fol of games;ortrck
temfora close contest; andarcomug
Tica cubn for a busy conert ouI
To these men who are gladly giving
up their time for the honor of the iUni
varsity, the Daily gives the best of
wishes for succes, anti is confident
thiat, whether they, returnt in victory
or in defeat, their efforts will have
been none the less unworthy.
Today begin.s the long-looked-for-
ward-toy;vacation. ,HBynightfatt the
campus will e deserted. save by the
squirrels, the robins, and the, janitors
In their caps jauntily raiant with
springide bluenesa: e who was wnt
etidly 10, stride the campus. walk.,ia
the.; chili of an April morningsal letIa
the dread of an eight ocock missed
will he seem no mre. The valiant p.
lice force of four will need no longer
leo wear, in nxs ~~rotation, their sin-
g16 star while around the camps they
pace for the freshman, sheared is at
home where he may; exhitl, glee

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his battle-scared head. For a brie
space all is still until, of a-"suddn,
tihe senior with cap perched ver eya
;a~ go~a1 fl;'fil in:-te wfind, Yo
all the 'worlan aniffiale sctt-crosW)
bursts 'upon the startled atcsosphe
ta,&hetcken the return' to work.
GOSSIP- OF rrTHE Ce-iESES.
Scrapping seems tos be ;the favorite
diversion .at the University of Min-
nesota at present. Oe iterry soci-
ety gave a anquet to oio of the other
literiy soclteand -those sofeties
not in the banquet tried to-"break it
up. In the tourcgis and tumble fighi
that folowed, clotbils wee torn-ats
lost and onae student wa' stabbed. in
the breast by bacispb knife' The
wond was not serious however. The
freshmesn and sophoheilares also seem
to. ave the scrapping spirit .,Decent-
ly the sophomore egineers" planted
thirrflag on the top of the chimney
of the engneerhng shops by'climbing
utp the iside of the- sack- whn the
fire was out. Tea' (he1 freshmen
raised their annern a flag staff in
frot of -the law hijldig, cut the rope
ad gresed 1kestaff.: .The' alh
miores finaly broke tepoTe-bit the
freshmen succeeded in retaining po-
session of t he flag which they "after-
wards cut up and' distributed amng
hoi c lassmaes asasouveirs. Then
the fresilmen went after the sopho-
more baner abou midnight. Th
anked fres'had been sprinkled with
sulphur so when the freshmen trie
to gel-up the inside of the chimney
they were nearly suffocated. How-
ever "ihao4i an hour they suceeded
in reaching the top of the 'stack,"
'plled down the sophomores flag with
grappling hooks and placed their own
flag in a secure place.
The sopihomre class in the Un-
verabity of Chtfrna is planing to es-
tablish a "eate spree as a means of
'm6-nig' of" the twb untdreiases -
Trse'ehapions faromeach 'cass will
decide to whichl side the vIctory goes.
COM *U NWCATIOI+.
Ann 'Arbor, April 14, 104.-
Hhtorof the Slkily-
Some ofrhoi subsrli~rs have asked
how the benefcris' of the shlar-
shiips that f hope to- establish aeto
be selected.,'It' is p aimoed to have
tw' schlarships n each, the literary.
tile law, and engueerfug departmnents,
ohe in the medical and one in he de'
part mnt of pharmacy, or dental watr-
gory according av.4the subsriers
choose.
fnasmtih as these ae to be "Stu-
dent Bo di rSSholarhps," suscrfbers
mlay - t the ones'who shall profit,
s~sject to the following restrfctions:
Th student nmst'bo one wh is work-
lag him way through the iJniersity,
a: total abstainer fromliqo'and to-
bacco, anti one whose class, record
is credifabie.
ach sbscrptfon to- the Ladies
Home Journal or The Strday ' ve-
sing'Post carries the privilege of ten
votes that may'e "cast for any le-'
son or persons. Whe're no choice is
indicated by'a subseiher 'the vote will
he' dir decl amngr5theasverat;depart-
menit and a 'piblie'awfg for final
plats will e'heit 'nJie.
Yours truly
JAMES 'McEIIAIOWNY 06 LawV.
3'0& Packard'stree.

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