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May 24, 1904 - Image 2

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G H.g ld o pn Etrda second ls matter at the Ann
Entered as rbor Post Office.
Published daily (Mondayexcepted)l ring the
p 4 college year, ati7 E. Washington street,
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ican Serges. Please call and see Editor Today-A. R. PEEBLES.
Subsociption-Two Dollars per year, payable in
advance. If deliocntsa afterNov. 1,1903, $2.50
± fice Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
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a aAddress-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
10 E. WASHINGTON STREET. * Telephone, 461.
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I May 24-4:00 p. m.-Lecture by Prof.
Stanley in Museum on Nibelungen
Leave your orders now May 24- 8:00 p. m.-Graduation reci-
fortal in Frieze Hall. Miss Davis,
ENGRAVED May 24-7:30 p. m.-Senior singing
May 25-4 p. i.-Final interclass
Styles: game. '07 Lits vs. '07 Medics.
Script, Roman, Old English May 26-'07 class dance in Barbour
From $t.25 to $3.00 May 26-'07 Lit Dance at Barbour
for & Gymnasium.
* May 26-Thursday evening-"Mental
100 Cards and Copper Plate Evolution in Animals," by Prof.
100 Cards from Plate, 75. Pillsbury, Museum Lecture Room.
May 27 and 28-Interscholastic Meet
at Ferry Field.
New line Crane's May 27-Friday evening-"The Ri-
vals," by the High School Comedy
Fine Stationery club, Athens Theatre.
May 27-Friday, 4 p. m.-Supt. W. J.
4 McKone, Albion, lecture at Tap-
SHEERA & CO1 Pan Hall.
11 May 27-Dr. D. J. Phoms speaks at
University Y. M. C. A. at 6:30.
University Booksellers, Sta- May 27-Glee Club concert in Univer-
tioners and Engravers. sity Hall.
May 28-Deutscher Verein play "Die
320 South State Street. Hochzeitreise" in Sarah Caswell
OM OeNNM O ONN O+@+@ Angell Hall.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank. In spite of the hard work of the
CapitalStock, $50,000. Surlus,$175,000 members of the Comedy Club for their
Resources, $2,000000 ' production of "Miss Hobbs" last night,
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS and the worthy cause the profits were
TRANSACTED to be used for, the student body did
Orrnm:a Chares E Hiscock, Pres. v. D. not support them as it should. Such
Harriman, Vice Pres. I.J. Fritz. Cahier.
an organization is worthy of the hear-
[lowers Choice Cut Flowers ty support of the students and while
Plants in season the management probably came out
a little above expenses the audience
COUSINS & HALL, was not as large as the excellence of
the play deserved. It was hoped that
Cor. S. Univ. Ave. and s2th Street a large sum would be realized so that
Telephone 151. Sarah Caswell Angell Hall could be

remodeled and the University have a
place of its own for productions of
the Comedy Club.
Last Saturday evening in Prof.
Scott's yard the college girls gathered
at one of the prettiest festivals of the
year. The occasion was the annual
lawn party of the Woman's League.
From tree to tree over the beautiful
lawn, strings of Japanese lanterns
were hung, shedding a soft red and
white light. Under a great apple tree,
curving like an arbor and white with
fragrant blossoms, the refreshment ta-
ble covered with its snowy cloth and
festooned with red ribbons, was
placed. The scheme of red and white
coloring was carried out in all the dec-
orations. The fruit trees were cov-
ered with white blossoms, and from
their midst the red lanterns gleamed
out, giving the scene the appearance
of a Japanese festival.
When the girls had all gathered, a
basket ball game was played between
the sophomore and freshmen teams.
A feature of the game, was the pres-
ence of masculine observers, lined up
on the curb, though excluded from
the festal scene. The rooting for '07
done by these shut-outs put to shame
the attempt made by the girls in the
gymnasium. In spite of the encourage-
ment they received from outside the
yard, the freshmen lost the game.
Aftr the game, the retiring officeri
of the League submitted their annual
reports, which were accepted as soon
as read. The retiring president, Miss
Mary Farnsworth, introduced the
newly elected president, Miss Florence
Burton, and handed over to her the
responsibilities of the office. The eve-
ning closed with the serving of cake
and lemonade on the lawn. By the
time the party broke up, the moon had
risen and was shining on the scene,
making a picture which will not soon
be forgotten by those who attended.
'07 Medics 6-'05 Laws 5
The freshmen Medics surprised
themselves, their opponents and all
the spectators yesterday afternoon by
defeating the strong Junior Law team
by the score of 6 to 5.
The Laws started out strong and at
the end of the third inning the score
was 5 to 1 in their favor.
In the seventh inning, Carmichel,
the Law pitcher, let up a little and
the Medics run in five runs. One of
these called for a very close decision
at the plate which Umpire Killifer
gave to the Medics much to the dis-
gust of the Law rooters. Several of
his decisions were a little off color,
he erring first one way and then the
After this neither side could score
in spite of several chances. DeNeffe
pitched the last two innings for the
Laws in fine form.
The Laws last night filed a protest
with Manager L. R. Jenney, on ac-
count of Killifer's decisions which
they allege lost them the game. The
matter will be decided today. The
final game which will decide the-
championship of the University will
be played Wednesday, May 25, at 4:00
p. m., on 'Varsity Field.
General meeting of the Deutscher
Verein, May 31, 4: 30 p. in., Room
C. Election of officers.

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