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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IG.H. Wild Comlpally
L eading Merchant Tailors
For Sis Top Coats and
ITrousers. Full dress suits a
especialty. Let us show you
IKiloweus, Blarneys, H i
Ilands, Edinburghs, Druin-
toclity's, Mc~ngors, London
and St. Andrew Flanntels,
London Cassiuteres or Amr-
icau Serges. Please call ad see

THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY exmleo Michigan ight to the fina-
is sii sone coulti ask for.
Enee ats second -claso ia at the Asi The first half was all junior with
Aro otClc. Ms hfrtebih atclrsa,1-1published daily (Mndayreegted) durng the site secturing two baskets at difficult
cottage you', st 117 Kf. tWashington street, attgtes. The learn wark which en-
(test-e's fltor, side as traseet those 592-3r abletd her to da this was also naticca-
MANAGINGi EDITOR: tie, the low, quick theraws of the blue
a. EMORDY TIIOIIASON and white sending thce ball in danger-
BUSINESS MANAGER tttts ground time and again. The half
ROCOE It.IHUSTON closed with scare juttors 2, freshmen
Atoei, EDITORS: ALo During the interim the rival classes
News, t J.tS.tS' K. filled the gymnasium with their class
ASSOCIATES: stings, the freshman getting much
ClliffordSteenson, Rey Peebles, the hatter of the argutment. Their
A. M. Greaser, hlenry IP. Erwn song, " 0 how they tried-O how they
A. C. P'ound. A. HI. Otmeyer. tried it" matte a hit attt evidently
.Joseph Y'. Kerr, Stoddard S. More. encottraged their team fur when the
idaN. roarigl. . WiteJaye. redl and white '07's lttik:their places in
Deo. A. Oshorn. Hlarold C. Smith. the next half, there was a hint of
flarry 11. Andrewas. Thos. A. Sims. soehndig.
Thomas 13. Roberts. Clyde L. Dew. soehn dig.
BUSINSS STFF:Dot at first it lolked all jtunior
C.A. '1Ticonvo. Wmo. R. Lloyd again, Miss Shafer scoring two baa-
21o5bIsill.. -1. K. Latourette. Lets in quick sutccessiont ably assistetd
Blenj. f. IDeloy. 'lime. 1. hekele. ,,
Max F. lin 1:lsteio tty stome crever plaing anttuthe part
of M iss Pating.
Editor Today-A. M. GRAVER. And thenth ie freshmen itraceti, Miss
Parnelt barely saving a btaskoet by a
5'ulseriptiot 'o oo llloer ear01, pal/able i tte catch allota titicklontg thorow.
advane,. ltottlitl after ove. 1, 103,,$2.0Butt tile freshtmetn came again andt
lont~tg sitde passes sotoitgate Miss YTr-
Offica Hous:st12:30 to 1t30 and 6:30 to 7:30 toe a citottee ftt a basket wehich she
p. m. Daily. Itrew frotm.te side line, the best
Address-ROSCOE B. EHUSTON, Business Man- blasiket otf the gante. The '0)7's soton
ager, 331 Packard Street. htatd another chance but failed ott ac-
Telephone, 461. countttt ftor the fierce rushing tof thtejon-
ittrs, Miss Snover needing titme be-
- 7eautse tif a slight cstt an the lip.
Wh__l~en play was resumetd Miss Carrie
.m m- -__ - soton seetiretd anttther difficttlt goal by
CALENDAR. the thrpwing fritm det'p center. Time
______ was again called. Duirinog tite short
Malty 1It-Idelllty ecncert in Unoiver- interval of play btetween resulming
sity Hall. play anti the final whistle neither
May 1.8--:ase ball. Chicago vo. *MNieli- sceoretd.
igan. 'Te final score stood jumiors 4.
Masy 19--7.80 p. in., Lectulre by Dr. frieshiatetn2.
Dulerden ott "ThleEolutiontl of lT'eline uottoftr the team: wasas
oioM'ti's Btotily Sltructure" in 211set- followst:
Ma~y 10.20- Notional conve'ntiontloci Centers: IFarnsotrh, aling, Sno-
. inoittFrahllernity. Schootl stf21u-ve.,

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Paints, tOils and Varnishes.
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lennis Rackets
Perfect Balance.
Best While Ash 'rames.
Clearest and Best Qnality Gat
Stringing.
Wnrkmanship an d Finish
Throaghout the Best Ever
Pat Into a Tennis Racket.
You'll ied all of these good
poins is
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For sale an
WAHR'S BOOKSTORES
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STrials I
,f Containtintg condentsed f~
4 cases, with sketchies atnd +
a speechtes of Anericatn .
advocates. The art of +~
winin~g cases and inan- z
ner of counsel described;,'i.
notes and tules of practice f
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j:On C . 8E. (Barthelik:
1, teoeo, to osedooiool- iooo
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Alay 2(1-o p.to., Lectture on Ftre-
nat Instrancte'"toy .Me. Miles 0A1.
Dawsont, inTo'appansoHalt.
Mfay 201 4.1)i. in., Letulre' by t'res.
L. it. Jutes, Ypsilanti, on 'The
Life' Devetlomen t ofthoe tHouan
Splirit." 'oTappani:Salt.
Maly 28 Comneody Clbtpiliy "Miss
Hlobbos" at (lie Athenis T5he-atre.
F'ir'itly lolievingolini to'eiol adaogo',
'"Muosic ltatih elosrnleothIto'savage
iets01.'' to' Mosicllu'bbs will 11r' its
effe'ts on0011liteol rscolstic rvisitores.
'o' 1-vhsochloo lladtfoo'000010toleryotown
in .ltothigatt to Atoo.Arbtor'11e-t fol-
prtoviedo-thte say5illshldsoods00(. Al-
010000gh aoilfirstgloanceeit,:ooig'lt seem1
a triflle- ltjoosto 0thit' higho sictool to
loveth lultsiiallub itilconrtlalithle
samttotime sO'00thou'r('0011011c-10110laO',
yet oshoenotoeeeoooroil goodooIof thoe
Unoivesityis considteed lbh 111071
Seloool's mntttooly iof thott1,' shooulid
te disregarodedt. 111na111t'l as 'ici-
gato istbehtindtomevoofnit t'eloteis-I
erio coll-geos inl theenotoetanmlen~t ot
highst-hool visittors, tis gotodltanlit
a cetshotoldobeiteto'ilend~'ortst't
toy sl it o'iii tuden tsti .
JUNIOR GIRLS WIN.
The basloet hall gameo yeoterdtay be-
twee''nlth~e juntiores andt freshmeno' was
weltt play'ed 011(1 showedlasprtrly ant

Guairdls: Wiggitns, tle, Staffordt.
Fore~stmeno:-
Ct'lees: Startl, Eschenburig.
I'llot's.
Basklets: tClarke.Carey. Yorkotr.
Guardts: Motsher, ttieer, Jauet.
POISON IS CHICKWEED
lT'erepooritof to- celebrafetdloison
tecsI,oundoetaken, somne mlonthts ago: by
two-lve'memonbers of the Alphla Sigma,
00 htomop'otathic fraeruity, an~dthreat
sen~ior gir'ls, tosstrecently bteen pu:b-
lishedo. Tile riole tpulcity giret-is1
.'sxperiment lhas interestoed tersonts in
'oerlpartof th~e coiunitry, espeocially
scientific tmen.
'Th0eteport sotws that th~eodroug giv-
eto to thle "Ipoisonl eaters" was none
other thani Stelaria Medtia or "Wilod
C'hiitoweoet." 'T'his conmmoni tlant,
whtileoexhibitingpiosotnous traits, hs
far from l tanlgtroths in small dotses.
'tho'blletinu conitains th~e rettortof
th~e effect of the laity closes 010 the o~r-
gan~s unl fiucioino of the toady.
As as result of tie test, medical
scenco is it: tiossessio ot aidroug,
whl~ose actioonnitoh1:0hutmasnitrganism
wras lhitherto ounknowvn.
Foresiers wiltlnoeet tonight at 8 p.
im. ini Newbery Hallto hoold a rally.
Geoorge' Peavyovill spteak onthie "Pill.
grinmage itote NorthCouotnrie.''
SECRETARY.

You owe it to youtr
facC to use Wilihatms'
Shaving Stick.

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