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Friday, April 29-C. R. social at Pres-
April 30, 3 p. m.-Baseball game, Illi-
nois vs. Michigan.
April 30-S. L. A. nominating conven-
May 1-Address in Newberry Hall,
auspices S. C. A., by Rev. Spenses
S. Messer, D. D., of Detroit.
Sunday, May 1, 3 p. m.-Address in
University Hall, auspices of S. C.
A., by Rev. Spencer B. Meeser,
D. D., of Detroit.
Sunday, May 1, 6:30 p. m.-Dean D. A.
Boswarth of Oberlin College will
address men at the Y. M. C. A.
May 7-S. L. A. election.
May 9-Southern Club dance.
We refuse to believe that spring
has come. But then, how is one to
account for all the new hats dis-
played by Co-eds?
Walter Camp of Yale has discov-
ered that Rose threw thathshotdforty.
eight feet, thus taking a mean advan-
tage of the referee who was under the
impression at the time that he was
putting it. Far be it from us to as-
cribe unworthy motives to Mr. Camp,
-but how many gold watches did the
Yale athletes carry away from Phil-
A week from today the annual
Northern Oratorical League contest
will be held here at Michigan for the
first time in seven years. Out of the
thirteen years the Northern Oratorical
League has held its annual debates,
Michigan has carried off eight first
prizes, and everyone should show his
appreciation of this record by turn-
ing out and giving his heartiest sup-
port in tendering the visitors a warm
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the room, where great arm chairs, up- leoni n
holstered in Spanish leather, invite 100 Ais te ayarr otae iseae
the wayfarer to lake his ease.
On one side of the room stands the
book case proclaiming the wisdom of
the University, while opposite, a great
davenport maintains the dignity of Perfect Balance.
the situation. On the walls, spaced Best White Ash Frames.
off' by paneling, will hang photographs
of interest about the campus; but on Clearest and Best Quality ut
the tables will lie the exhibit at which Stringing.
people will look and .be glad. Over
300 photographs have been collected Workmanship a n d Finish
by Professor E. D. Jones, who has Throughout the Best Ever
personally attended to neary all of Put Into a Tennis Racket.
the selecting, purchasing and arrang-
ing of the arts and crafts exhibit.
The colection of photographs is the Youll ind all of these good
largest ever made at the University, pointsi n
and contains four albums with their
respective views of the campus scenes, THE PIM at$8.00
athletics, fraternities and sororities,
and student life, which to the multi- -AND-
tude is most interesting of all. In
this collection there is as complete a SPALDING'S GOLD MEDAL
showing of of what's doing on the
campus, as can possibly be made or With Cover, $8.00.
The Engineering department has on
exhibition the model of a tank made -
by Prof. H. C. Sadler and a collection
of drawings in naval architecture. For sale at
W. L. Miggett and C. G. Wrentmore
have a big sample board of shop WAHR'S BOOKSTORES
work done by the students and a col-
lection of drawings from the engineer-
ing department. There are also an in-
teresting arrangement of charts and
maps in wall cabinets.
The Woman's Athletic work which
is under the direction of Dr. Alice
Snyder, will be presented in the Gym-
Three thousand dollars has been ap-
propriated by the University for doing
the whole thing, and the doing has 04T
not consisted so much in exhibiting,
as in laying stress upon the appear-
ance of things which will make for ,VII ..
the comfort and satisfaction and
pleasant memory of Michigan stu-
dents, its alumni and its friends.
Registration for S. L. A. Election.
In acordance with the provisions
of the new constitution, it will be nec-
essary for all holders of Student Lec-
ture Association tickets who wish to
take part in the coming election, to
register their names with the Board
of Registration. The Board will be
in session in Room C, University Hall,
Saturday, April 30, from 8:311 to 11:30).
Immediately following the close of
the registration a nominating conven-
tion will be held in Room C. This
will be a mass meeting in which all
students of the University may par-
ticipate. At this meeting any student
may be nominated for any office, but
the nomination is without effect un-
less the nominee afterwards secures
the approval of the committee on Non-
Athletic organizations and presents
his name to the Board of Elections.
Any person not nominated at the con-
vention may become a candidate by
presenting to the Board of Elections
not later than Monday, May 2, a peti-
tion signed by ten members of the
Association and approved by the com-
mittee on Non-Athletic Organizations.
The Chairman of the Board of Reg-
istration is Professor John O. Reed.
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