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TH-E MICHIG1'AN DAIL'Y

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ff~+"f~fffff~f"f:THE MICHIGAN DAILY
G G H.Wild Comlpany fAbrYs fie
f* edn olg year. at 117iE. Washingto street,
Ledn Mlerchant TailorsA7= lbasemtenttoor, side entrane) Phose 892-3
f* MANAGING EDITOR :
*~S ENIRY TIHOMASON
f -BUSINESS MANAGER:
RIOSCOEC B. CRUSTON
SPRINGi WaOO[NS - EDITORS:
Atletics, -_ --= isROT K. WALTON
For Stilts: Top Coats atnd 'ewts,- - - - - . 5.Eo
f ASSOCIATES:
Trousers, nill dress sitits aB Clifford Stevenston, Roy Peebles,
Fpcat. e sso o A. M. eraeer, Henry P. Erwin
specalt. Le usshowyou A. C. Poued. A. H. Ortmeyer.
our London Serges, London .1osepi: Y. Kerr. Sto:ddard S. Mtore.
Ida MS. Brttorigg. 1. Waite Jayne.
Cheviots, Scotch Mixtures, Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith.
Kiloweus, Blarneys, Highl- Uttr 11. Antlrews. Alfred B. Koch.
Drm IThomas B. iRoberts. Clyde L. Dew.
lands, Ituiuuurgiis, Dun BUSINESS STAFF:
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*. . 5.lottlitz.. H. K. Latoorette.
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London Cassimleres or Amer- Editor Today-Stoddard H. More
lean Serges. Please call antd see * Solttcripfittt-TwoDottlarso per Sear, psaale is
-advace. If dielin~quet afte Nov. i, 1903, $2.50
f* -- - Office Hours:-i2:30 to i:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
2 p. m. Daily.
, H Wil Com any * Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTONT, Business Sian-
f ager, 33i Packard Street.
10i8 E. WASHINOoN STREET. Z =__ -
± * CALENDAR.
tThe 6ireat (6ame iThursdalty, Altril 28, 8:3(1 p. m-a
O Socil lubttparty.
* * April 28-Faculty concert, IUiversity
0Aprtiill0S. L. A. nonminatingcovn
® thmu
Sundayct,55May 1, 31 p. m.-Atddress in
lnvriy .Hall, atuspices of S. C.
A.,117 51ev. Spenser U. Meeses,
I). .,ofDetroit.
May07-7S. L. A. election.
[xcitingqFn For [veryone *f v e realizethat it noay inot be be-
Octinit n us It glottaover ocir ath-
leirlacievemients, bttthe chance
is lt gotobettittcssed. Never have
45-Got 1iehigant athlttes coveredti hemselves

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tion has been granted the IT. itt M. _____________
aiid students once motre have re-
tureed. College life seems 1toite a A
su~ccessiotn of revelry, sports and va- A
cation-a strenuiou:s existence." p
We wish tot cotngratulate the etditor 'N ' ® I
of the Press on his imptortant disco~v-
cry. It requires a man weho has never GL '
seen the interitir of a tuniversity tn
tell all abou~t one.
(Continued from page one.)
quite a part of what his teammates
had lost. Made of selected, vs
The Conal quarter began will: the tan:ned bsuckskin, huilt
fou~r leaders strung out, Kellotgg lead-
ing by-five yards, Parsonst second, l i n e s that wvilar
Williias third anti Tayltor fourth. stron~gly to the plays
Rou~ndintg the gymnasium the
Princeton and Coltimbtia men catight experien:ce is our. No.
tilt antiutntil the fotur reachetd the
nmiddlec of the south stand they were ft has n:o heel pa(
going totgether. made extra lonig in
But the hlue anti White anti Orange
and Black had shot their bolits. wrist, is linecd an~d slip
The strain ott the sptirts hatt ter:: padded and stron:gly
too much for tiem. Here they
dropited out, anti Kellogg anti Parsotnsdtiralbly nmade throngs
began the fital despterate fight. I el
At first it looktied as thouygh Par- f el
soils wotuld win. He dashetiahteatd, F r 2.0
and at the turn was leattdig byaotitreeyards
Hcut Kellotgg was notItti e tdeniedi
In thse hom:e stretcht he crmtleo:-
ing down like a race horse, andttiore
post the strtiggling Parsons as thottghiFOld SALE AT
the latter were standig tgDil Atthte
finish he led by three ,Yards.
It was thte \Vesterners endutranceWh okSo
in thte final spulrt that landedt hini a W l sB o
winner.
T1ht- 120-y-ard hturdlles tfurnishietda
hartd race. Sectile andu Catlin, Michii- I______
gait anti Chicagot, were ipittedi against
Easterners Birdi,tif Harvartd, anti Asht-
burner, of Cotrntell.A 1
'The W~est wonttfiritisot andt sectondi11
pltaces. Sceltrani in ibriliant form
antd justifiedl his reptatiton. L i ~ i t
Roesamazing shotpu::t creaitd a ~~
sensatin amton:g the siltcialtr adi
his fellow athletes. Therei is tlit
toute (-ctt-efoin heta leves co wllege D I A
dittheG-otaihtalftr h matwill put. E I A
the metal spthere stomewhititntear thie
4 -foott mark.
Rose is as toll as Plaacke whitrt-
rently foutght McCity, bitil.t ulie h
Hllandter, is marveloutsly mntctilt I IdI
anti is very quticktforfur chilta ig . n ~ U ~
Rtios' is a Califotrnian. B O O K SN
NOTICE.

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pnpeal
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IPocket War M'aps: for bew
Far East, I Sc. o
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SSHEEHAN &CO., 4
IIUniversity Booksellers, Sta-
tioniers and Engravers.
320 South State Street.
C. H. AJOR 4C. COM'PANY
Sisecialty of nine
interior Decorating
Copete new line of* Wall Papers,
Paints, O~ils and Varnishes.
23 E. Was hington. Phone 237
U. of M,. Antiseptic Barber Shop,
AND IBATH ROOM..
J. R. TROJANQWSKI, Proprietor.
Face Massage a Specialty.
322 SOUTH STATE STREET

andtihir titiversity swith ouch honor
as' didiKeene Filcitatricic's charges at
Phtiladletlhia Sattirday, and never wao
.llichigait's athletic pritwess broughtj
soft itll7 to the notice of thoe cast-
ern: coliegets. Even the eastern itres
was forcedto i depart from its eotab-
lishted ptractice anti give Michigan and
the wesi the credtit that wao doe.
Sttrely we have many reoaonosIt: con-
giratltie otirselves anti the athletes
twio: so nuobly replresentedl us.
'T.eitlan tif placing soime perma-
n:1:11 eotitrial to our .Satturday's
achieveentso in the troithy room has
been stiggested and has nmet with con:-
siderablte approval. The troiphy roito
couldt be made dioublly interesting and
uts stalls itt greater value tto the otu-
dentis it recotrd of ouch epochi:incking
feats as Saturday's ettuld be placed
TPhe sutccess of the baseball team
in its tdefeat of the Mtichigan colleges
andl itt thicagto, aitd in ito hard fought
batte with Wisconsini seems all the
more remnarksable when we consider
the tailttatthere hadi tien mitch
leso time luanutstial for otdi~oor prac-
tice a:nd ftr perfectinig the team work.
The fotllowving item appeared in the
Jachon Preso of Monday, April 1S:
"Another Vacation-A week's v aca-

Registration for H. L. A. Election.
In accotrdan:ce withithli'protvisionsl
oftthe tewiconstitution, itstilt beteuc-
essary fo~r all holersofittStdent Lec-
tuire AsoctiatiottIickets wbho wish lt
false part in tile cotming elcittn, tt
register their names with the tBoardt
oft Regisirat ittn. The Boiardl will bteit
sessiotn in Ritom C, t'niversity 1halt,
Satu irlay, April 30, fro~m 8:3111 tt 11:30
Imnmediately follotwing the cloeitt
the registratiotn a nominating cotnven-
tion will Ste ieltd in thoo C.This
will 'be a moos me'etin:g in whichi alt
sttidents itt the tUniversity mauy itartic-.
iptate. _Al this meting any stde:i
may be :nminatedl for any cofficebuit
the niominatioin is without effecitiiun-
coos the nomilnee afterwards secutres
the aiproval of the conmnittee tin Non--
Athletic organizatiouns and plresents
his n:ame to, the Board of Eltectioits.
Any person not nominatedl at the Con:-
vention may become a cantditdate lty
ptresen~tin:g to the Bloard of Elections
nott later than Montday, Slay 2, a pti-
lion signed by ten mentbers Cit the
Asouciatiotn an:d approvedl by t~le citni
nititeuon Non-Athletic Orgaiziations.
The chairman itt the Botarti of Reg-
istration ic Protfesoor John 0. Reed.
Fountain pens nt Cushing's. tf.

Bought, Sold aild
Exchanged

C. E. BARTHELL
I. 326 S. State St.

Tel. 76 1

Irritated faces soothed
and healed. Williams'
Shaving Stick.

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TH TI[STUDEtNTS' LECTUJRE SOITO

TISI SPACE IBELONGS TO ITHE
S. L. A.

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:ATk CMD jTHEATHfLt,
DftrAN M~. SrIABOLT,lMananger
MONDAY, MAY 2 The Record Breaker and
MAY U Pace Maker
John W. Vogel's BIG lYINSTRELS, ALL WHITE

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A prodigioums hody of stellar lights of muodern
nminstrelsy. A magnificent presentatiohi of the
newest, cleanest, finest, amtusing, brightest and
"best hy tesi," forming in its entirety the biggest,
hest an~d most coniplete mistrel organization inl
existenlce. A gigantic conlcou~rse of miinstrel per-
formers. A bigger, better amid granider shiows than
wais ever seen before.
A NEW SHOW WITH NEW FEATURES
Free Street Parade at Noon. Sale of Seals Begins Saturday. PRICES-
Seats muuuy be secored by swire, mili or phono. u364i-2r. Donltboy lick.

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25-3.5-50-75c
els on lie sidewalk.

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Season lickets, $1.00 Ap A Single Admission, 25c

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