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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered asseo d lss inate at the Ann
Arbor Pot Office.
Published daily (Mondy ecepted during the
college year, at 117 E. Washington street,
(basemenet floor side entrance) Phoet892 3r
S. EMIOY THOMASON
RIOSCOE 1. HUSTON
JAthletics, - - - HounER K. WAeTO
News- - - - 0.J. -BALEYe
Clifford Stereeson, Roy Peebles,
A. M. raver, iHenry PErwin
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeeye.
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More.
Ida M. Broanrigg. I. Waite Jayne.
Ge. A. Osborn. Harold C. eSith.
Barry 1. Andrew. Plhs. A. Sins.
Thomas S. iRobrts. Clydr L. Dew.
C. A. Thompson. We. it Lloyd
M. S. Noblitz. H. K. Etourette.
tBej. . Ilcioy. fles. L. Feee.
Editor Today-A. R. PEEBLES.
Suscription -weo Delr per year, aable lee
advance. if idcisqsees after Nev. 1 00, $2.00
OficeHour:--12:30 to 1:3 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. t. Daily.
Addres-ROSCOE . HUSTON, Bsines SMan-
aer, 331 Packard Street.
May 23-Comedy Club play "Miss
Hobb" at the Athens Theatre.
May 2-07 ~it Dance at Barosr
May 26-Thoreelty evening-"Mental
EvolutisneiniiAnimals," y Plf.
Pillsbury, Mseuml Lettrero tom.
May 27-Friday evening-"TieRi-
vals," by he High School Coemeey
cluib, Ahens Theiatre.
May 27-Frieday, 4 p. mn-Supt. W. J.
McKone, Albion, lecure at Tall
May 27-Dr. D. J. Phons speals as
teeiversity . M. C. A. at (;:1.
May 27--Dice Club concert in Cniver-
May 2-Deutneher Verein play "Die
Hlochzitreine" in Sarah Cawell
The unanimous decision of he J.
Hop cosmmittee- in devoting he $170
trofits of he sdance to the Mihigan
Cisib Hsous, fsnd furnishes he fit
tangible encousragement that the con-
mittee les received, asd in true bssi-
ness pirit tis will be invesed Is
secure more. That we need a clsb
housse, and hat the idea itself is here
to slay, is beysod question. We nmsst
now devise he neas. To do this the
plan insst be advertied and sle alun-
ii, ssudent boey, ansd people at large,
thsorouighy interested. As a means
In this end the committe has in uind
a monstrsls banquet to be pslled oft
early next year. Ansd it is to this end
that the J. Hop fsnd will be devoted.
Thorough advertisement of it will be
given, noted speakers secured and at
that ime ho project will be launched
wish a display of enthusiasm and
spirit that can ont fail to big re-
Thus what a fe* months ago was
considered by many as an idle "pipe
dream" has already asumed definite-
proportions and has received a real
financial start. leWeis Rackets
We have bst to convince the public
and the alumni that we are in earnest,
that we need a Mouse, aiid that we _0
are going to have one to enlist their
sits. ecatise though few of them be-
long to the millionare class, yet many PretBlne
have the means and he will to help Best Whie Ash frames.
csonsiderably if convinced, that they
would materially aid the alma mater. Clearest and Best Quality Gut
So it is nst snly the financial aid that Stringing.
the $170 will bc but it shows the def- Wrmnhp adfns
nite shape which the idea has areadsy Wrmnh ad fns
taken aisd can but compel all inter- Throughout the Best ver
ested in Michigans welfare to work Put Into a Tennis Racket.
with tireleszeal for the clsib hosse.
INLANDER MEETING Yu'lfind all sfteese good
At a meeting of the oard of Di-
rectts of the Inlander Publishing THEt PIM at $8.00
comnipany, the folowing officers were,
elected: President, F. N. Scott; vice-AD
presiedent, Nathan Vigr; secretary
ansi treassirer, Husgo Sonnenschein; SPALDING'S 60[D MDA
business manager, HI. C. Sterenson
The managing editor was not de- With Cover, $8.00.
isded pun at this imeetsg us the
Bosardl, bti it is tprobable that lhiss
office will be filled at a ueeseg whch
wll be held next were.
The' Inlander, it will be remen- for sal at
bored, has recently loosed usider new
managensent, and placesd upon a sonnet 5AHDR$ OOSTRE
fsiancial basis. The stoce is owned nr.ns111 (TRI
by member sof the facslty ansIsts,
lent body. The Inlander uder its
new asuspices will represent nmore
truly than ever the whle studeint ,,;,.:+ 4...«b .2.
1ty. Stevenson, the new business = P E IA
manager, is a sopihomre literary stn-;
set from Kalamazoo. Hle has hadtI L
considerable newspaper experience
ande during the last twos years has.7
bein an assciae eitsofthe Michi-
gao Daily. +Donovan's
Dr Y . sM.osC.A. ds stte M odern Jury
Dr F J Poms gadat o te Trials
M\edical Deartent class vef '98, wo, j
sas beets living in Arabia fer sssme 3i
years, and whoe is this year pususinlg Cotaiin~gcondensdl 4
a special cosrse of study here, will c ases, withil setches ad
spteake tonlight as :30 ini the ausdits- speeches of Amiericanu
riesm of MMillan Hall. The lecsre ~avocats. The art of
will be illusstrated by stereopticson. tsinigases atdmn
___________man-_tier of consel descried; 4
NEGATIVE IS CHOSEN a= Inotes aneli tles ofipracice :
Minnesota has chosen he negative By/ Jlge Jsvj . 1 lossvss'sss, 'I
of the following qsestion, to be sebat-3 ofDelofti.
ed wish tCsicago: "Hesolvedt hat the 6
Uitedel Sates shssuld coistinuseits srvso- 4. (des90esI. Os
ens psolicy in regard to comsbinationess tee a 1s' aa.
ot railroads." p(c, o $2s
The sdebate will lake placc next Jan- '___
sary. Thse afirmative was coseninl
she debate to be held wills Ioa. '$ Jsoe 3.1,eieItsl
Tbh' Vigilance committee secidedel _11 ; S" . StalSt. I3e. '6
last iight that the anisual freshsman .1
caso butrning should takee place Friday
night, May 20th. The freshnman class
will gather on the Library slope and
tart with their regulation caps for-
ever. The folleiwing committee was
appointedl to be in charge: H. H. Van Be fair to your
leet, D. P. ells, H. Correll face" Use Wsilliams'
NOTICE LAW SOCIAL CLUB Sh1avinlg Soap.
The ast: of the Law Social Clusb Sold 10 Shaving Sticks, Tablets, Etc.
dances will be held as. Granger's, Mo-
say evening. 67
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