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May 19, 1904 - Image 2

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- THE MICHIGAN DAILY

jG. H, Wild Comfpay
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ENGRAVED o
I VISITING CARDS
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*Styles:
Script, Roman, Old English
* for
100 Cards and Copper Plate g
100 Cards from Plate, 75.
New line Crane'sj
jFine Stationeryj
ISHEEHAN & CO.,
IUiversity Booksellers, Sta-
tioers aud Eugravers.
320 South State Street.
The Ann Arbor Saings Bank.
Capital Stark, $50,000. Surplus, $175,000.
Resorces, $2,00,00
AGENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TANSACTED.
Orrreso thres . Iisesk, Pres.; IW. A)
lirrnan. Vice Pres.; M. J. Frit. Cashier.
lo esChoice Cut Flowers
flowrs ad Plants in seasons
COUSINS & HALL,
Cor. S. Univ. Ave. and 1 2th Street
Telephone 15 1.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered as secsnd class matter a t the An
Abor PstOc.0
Published daily (Mondayrexepted) durine the
calicge year, at 117 . Wasiingoe street,
(basement floor, side entrance) Phone 8923r
MANAGING EDITOR:
S. EMOtRaY TIHOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
itOSCOE . HUSTON
EDITORS:
Ahldtne, iROETK. WIrooa
Pes, - - - - - J. S. BALeKY
ASSOCIATES: -
Cliford Stecensn, Roy Peebes,
A. M. Graver, IHenry P. Erne
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer.
Joeph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More.
Ida M. Brownrgg. . Waite Jayne.
Ge. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith.
narry H. Andrew. Tha. A. Sims.
Thomas . koerts. Clyde L. e.
BUSINESS STAFF:
C. A. Thompson. Wi. . Lloyd
M. S. Kolt7. H. K. Laorette.
Bienj. E. Detoy. Tha. L. Feete.
Ma Vitkeltein
Editor Today-HENRY P. ERWIN.
Susoriptia-Tmo Dollr per ear, paale io
adeancee.if delitqetd after Nov. 1 103, $2.00
Office Hors-12:30 to 1:3D5 and 6:30 to 7:30
p.in. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, BusinensSan-
ager, 33i Packard Street.
Telephone. 461.
CALENDAR.
May 19-4:3S0p. in, Sinfonia Fraterni-
ty concert in Unvrity Hall.
May 19--7:30 p. in., Lecture by Dr.
Duerden on "The Evolution of
Mnas Bodily Stucture" in Mue-
urn Lecture itoom.
May 1-2-Nationai convention of
Sinfoinia Fraternity, School of M-
sic.
May 2- 4 p. i., Lecture by Pre.
L. H. Jones, Ypsianti, on 'The
Life Devlopmnt of the Humnal
Spirit." Tappain Hal.
Mtay 20-HBaet ball. Juniors vs.
Seniors.
Mtay 2-6:30 p. i., Wonan's Leaguec
lawn party.
May 20-- Senior inging meeting on
the campus.
May 2- 5 p. i., Lecture on Frater-
not Inurance" by Mr. Miles 51.L
Dawaon, in Tappan Hal.
Mfay 2-S p. 0., Cpi debate; Webster
vs. Alpihi, in Room , Law
building.,
May 23-Comedy Club play "Miss
Hiobbs" at the Athena Theatre.
May 27-Gl1cc Cub concert in Univer-
ily Hall.
Stay 2-Oculseher Verein pay "Die
Hlochzeitresie" in Sarah Cawell
Angell 11a1.
Concerning the sad death of Leoi-
idas Hubbard, a graduae tf Michigan,
whll recently ied of tarvation wile
exploring in the wilderness of Labra-
dor, he Detroit Journal ihas the fol-
lowing Is say:
"t was a piteos fate, but it was
not wholly in vi. There are com-
pensaions. He accmnplished aoe.
thing himsef 0011 his draisatic fate
has turned mtentioni as i has not been
turned in years, to loe(f the least
known of the conltries on the earth's
surface.
"Hubbard's name wii always be as-

sociated with this vast, glsmy, fas-
cinating area. And some d1ay, when
oll the wonders of isature which it Te n s
now conceas are known; wien it 1s5
shoswn on the map ao something more
than a great, bank, tndefined space.
tHubbard's same will apptar never Is
be effaced, in the atlases in which the PretBlne
ssrlace of Ihe globe is ipictured. A
majectic waterfal, a mighty river, a Best White Ash Frames.
tall mountain wiii become the monu-
ment of the Detroit reporter who was Clearest and Best Qality Out
the latest to fall in the rapidly 40011- Stringing.
ishing aress of the Unlcown as a
martyr to geographical science." Workmanship and Finish
Thrnughnut the Bet Ever
CERCLE FRANCAIS Pt InaTenis Racket.
Mr. Theo. Franclois, Belgian Consul p~~lfn l fteeHo
at D~etroit, will spleak befre Iso ter- Yul ,v l ftos oo
clo Francais of the Univrsity this Points in
evening at 8 o'clock in Taippan Hall.
His subject is 'The Work of a Consul TH[ PIMi at $8.00
and the Consular Service." Mr. Fran-
colon long experience in the Con--AD
sullar service of his countlry enables
him to speak with authoriy on the SPALDIN'S GOLD IMEA
0subject, and the informations he wll
give will havye an interesing bearinsg With Cover, $8.00.
on the tquestion of reolrmlofsor own
C'onsullar service which is now reces-
log lonug delayed atention. Mr. Fran- -
cois will speakl of course i11 Frelsch.
The regular admiissioln will be' hargesd For sae at
thsose who are nlot members of the
Cercle Francais. WAR'S BOOSTOREiS
LECTURE ON FRATERNAL IN-____________
SURANCE AND MEASURE OF
DAMAGES.-
Mr. Miles . iDawson, consuoling
actuiary, of New York City, will gist'
tw etrso rdyo swe.The 'frs1 will be at 4ho'clockc in Rooin /
(. Law builing, on 'Measure of Dam-
ag's" antd isoieno nly iolstuden1s y15 -
wobshove takens courses in insuranrce.
In the evening a1t58o'lork, in Tappan
fal lLecture Room, a general leture y,('j;;
1)0 "Fraternal Insulrance" will be 0
e.All interestedl in the subljectIr Y
ivited Is attend. MDwo i hjuho fnmr
0o1s works (00 insuranre asd is thle
terisal insourance. -.
SENIOR SINGIoNG MEETIN0. (S i t
Tlsoight at 7:50o'cloctkothe senilors Shirts ilhodter issign eeig
It will takle atcc01the seni111111 h.1
't'elembers of thesens~itor clasil W'v ~e iceo othemlssthts
apiear in cap 01101gowon. The:e as,* tell s lootot ltie pattorns
keel:enosch enthousiassmaoousedl oct: arc cNcl s 0 100011-,
I-T,vo-r hi t mdsous r 111
he' plan and there is every inodicostion: 50y17ltll o little ldetail, -
that rise first umeetinsguill be' a ros- tlsat olltisgoilshgosd
ingb success. After this wecek the sing- sits 1,-ons ioooor. NIlossross
log meectinsgs sill be h~eldon 01Tu'oesoay andochesiot cloths ittll -
evening instead of Thusrsday the' noeow eet.
$150
ADDRESS BY PROF. TRUEBLOOD. (' 7 g c
Professor 'iruoood lets last nightB
for Si.. Louis, Mlio., swhere onFrioay
evening heuill gire tiletCommsenoce Holers 09 117 S. Mi:
ment address beforethle 5. Lous:s ~
Sch111101of Oratory. ide swill speaklon 110 o
these'dcatoilonal Vale f Training
in Poulic Speainig"
BASKET GALL GAME. I you value yourf
Thse baskelt ball eansof thoc juior face, don't experimlent
class will play tile team of the seniors . With S Ih a v i .g Soap.
on Friday afternoons at 5 oclock.'This Use Wlliams' Shaving
is an open goose tickets for whih can Stick.
he procured us the usuaal way. A
charge of ten cents will be mae for
programmes.

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Week conmmencinqgNionday, May 16
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