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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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T THE MICHIGAN DAILY Does the new "dummy" service to
Whitmore Lake suggest a possible so- T R
Etered as seeondotasematter at the AnsBen nis Ra k t
Arbor Post Officer tion to the problem of a crew which
Published daily (Monday excepted) during the has puzzled Michigan athletic authori-
college year. at 117 E. Washington street, ties for so many years? This is a
basement floor, side entrance) Phone892-3r question which has raised itself in
MANAGING EDITOR : the minds of a number of students in Perfect Balance.
S. EMORY TSOMASON the past few weeks, and which many Best White Ash Frames.
BUSINESS MANAGER:BsWhtAhfrm.
ROSCOE B. tIUSTON are inclined to answer in the affirma-
-- - : - tive. At any rate the scheme is Clearest and.Best Quality out
EDITORS: Srnig
Athtettee. - - - Hooanao K. WALTas weorthy of discussion. Striging
News, - - - - - J. S. BALEY This is the way the matter stands: Workmanship a n d finish
ASSOCIATES:
Cifeord StevessoC tayPeebles, Unquestionably, we want a crew at Throughout the Best Ever
A. M. Graver, Henry P. Erwin Michigan. Our surplus is sufficiently Put Into a Tennis Racket.
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer large every year to enable us to sup-
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S.'More.
Ida M. Browarigg. L. Waite Jayne. port one. But we have had heretofore Youlfind all of these good
Geo. A. Osborn. Harold 0. Smith. no stretch of water large enough or points in
Harry H. Andrews. Thos. A. Sims. near enough to warrant us in giving
Thomas B. Roberts. Clyde L. Dew. the question serious thought. The $
BUSINESS STAFF: river is too small and Whitmore Lake THE PIM at $8.00
C. A. Thampson. Wi. . L .oyd has seemed too far away. Now, how-
at S. IKablit. H. K. Latorette.
Be". . DeRoy. Ths. L. Pekete. ever, quick and cheap transportation -AND-
Max Fikeltein to Whitmore Lake seems to be put
within the field of possibilities, and SPALDING'S GOLD MEDAL
Editor today-THOS. B. ROBERTS- the lake brought near to us. Why
would it not be possible to build a With Cover, $8.00.
Subseription--Two Dollars per year, payable i fboat house and train a crew at Whit-
advan"e. If delisquent after Nov. 1, 1503, $2.50 more?
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30 The proposition is not so fantastic
p. m. Daily, as it may seem at first appearance.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man- The crew squad could leave Ann Ar- For sae at
ager, 331 Packard Street. bor at half past three, get back by
Telephone, 461. six, have two hours to dress and work, WAR'S BOOKSTORES
and the whole time consumed be no
4 -. longer than that given to football
practice in the fall. The expense of
the trip could probable be reduced to
CALENDAR. practically nothing, and the time tak-
en by it be ittle longer tian tha -
May 18-20--National eton of Takentinewalin to and from the S PEJC IA L
Sinfonia Fraternity, School of Mu- Gym. to Ferry Field.
sic. Given an Athletic association with
May 20--4 p. m., Lecture by Pres. a big yearly surplus and a student
L. H. Jones, Ypsilanti, on "The body looking for new fields to conquer
Life Development of the Human this proposition is worth considering. D o ovan'S
Spirit." TIappan Hall+
May 20 Important meeting of Engi- INTER-DEPARTMENT DEBATE Modern J ury
neering society.
May 20- Basket ball. Juniors vs. Every one interested in debating T rials
Seniors. should turn out tonight to the Inter- +
May 20--6:30 p. m., Woman's League department contest for the DetroitS1
Alumni Cup. The two competing so- Containing Condensed
lawn party. ciefies, the Webster representing the $ fases, with sketches and
May 20- 8 p. m., Lecture on Frater Law department, and the Adelphi rep- . speeches of American
nal Insurance" fy Mr. Miles M. resenting the Lit department, have b advocates. The art of
Dawson, in Tappan Bai. each won two contests diring the 0 ililing cases and Ilnt
May 20-8 p. m., Cup debate; Webster past five years; so that the society ner of counsel described;
vs. Adelphi, in Room B, Law winning tonight will have three vic-~ notes and rles of practice
building, tories out of the six contests, which
May 23-Comedy Club play "Miss will mean a good start in the twenty-.'4
Hobbs" at the Athens Theatre. year series. * t ttf I W. Ioi't
May 27-Glee Club concert in Univer- The Cup debate has brought out of Deitr-ot.
sity Hall. some -good men in the past. Many of M
. the men who have represented the .One rol. 6<") G p
May 28-Deutscher Verein play "Die ,Varsity have started in and won __4$2
Hiochzeitreise" in Sarah Caswlltheir spurs in these Cup debates. The In G
Angell Hall. winnig teams in the last two or three .
years have brought out such men as I
The action of the Junior Hop Com- Malcolm, Rippel, Holderman, Amber- C. E B rt -
mittee in turning over its surplus to son, Cloud, and Hoffman. $C . * 5a hl l
the Michigan Club House fund will Both teams are compsed of picked l it Jtlt Iou-
meet with approval and gratitude on men, Pierce and Atherton have been
the part of every loyal Michigan man, prominent in society debates and De- V 6so. tatS, Si. et '
undergraduate or alumnus. The work Neff is an old debater from Pullman M....a.s +++.+
of the Club House committee will be college, Washington. Schroeder ofi-
immeasurably facilitated by the fact the Adelphi team won a place in the
of having financial means to carry semi-finals in the series -leading to the
into execution its purposes. The J. Minnesota contest, and Lathers in the
Hop committee is to be commended finals of the same series, while Hull,
for its generosity and wisdom. It was who leads the Lit team, represented Irritated faces soothed
a worthy object, worthily expressed. his class in the oratorical contest last
year. and healed. Williams'
That august body of graduate stu- The Hon. Geo. W. Bates of Detroit Shaving Stick.
dents, believing that it has been con- will be the presiding officer. The
fused with Dr. Lloyd, is nursing a subject reads: "Resolved: That Labor
wounded pride and dignity-but how Unions Should be Compelled to In-
about Dr. Lloyd? - corporate."

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