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SENIOR STUDENTS gvneCALEtNDvs. '7 edco
May 25-4 p. m.-Final interclas
Y game. '07 Lits vs. '07 Medics.
" May 26-'07 class dance in Barbom
Leave your orders now * Gymnasium.
for * May 26-Thursday evening-"Menta
+ Evolution in Animals," by Pro
g ENGRAVED = Pillsbury, Museum Lecture Room
I VISITING CARDS 2 May 27 and 28-lnterscholastic Mee
® 0 at Ferry Field.
* Styles: ® May 27-Friday evening-"The R
I Script, Roman, Old English val,' bythe HiEhtSchool Cmed
* club, Atheso Theatre.
$ From $1.25 to $3.00 I May 27-Friday, 4 p. m.-Supt. W.
for * McKone, Albion, lecture at Ta
100 Cardn and Copper Plate pan Hall.
C a May 27-Dr. D. J. Phoms speakso
100 Cards from Plate, 75. University Y. M. C. A. at 6:20.
* May 27-Glee Club concert in Unive
* New line Crane's " May 28--Deutscher Verein play "Di
Fine Stationery IHochzeitreise" in Sarah Caswe
Sy Angell Hall.
In an article published a few yea
S N O ago in the "Critic," the function of th
1 college magazine was clearly an
s Btersely treated. The literary mag
Uliversity Booksellers, Sta- zine occupies a distinctive placei
tioners and Engravers. college affairs. It is not a thing to
O ~psted upon some lofty pedestal to b
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creation which springs up over nig
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nlpg tgaine1ishowever, in eve
AND BATH ROOM5. sense, the production of the student
and its success or failure depends e
J. R. TROJANOWSKI, Proprietor. tirely upon the attitude which the st
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322 SOUTH STATE STREET For thirteen years "The Inlande
has been published, and at prese
C. Ii. PAJOR & COPPANY stands as the only magazine in whit
Specialty of Fine the literary side of life in Michig
Interior Decorating can be expressed. The Wolverine h
Complete new line of Wall Papers, ceased to exist; the Wrinkle hi
Paints, Oils and Varnishes. gamely fought to keep its head abou
123 E. Washington. Phone 237 water; but "The Inlander" has co
tinued a precarious existence. At
present its prospects for a prosperous
future were never brighter. Placed in
the hands of all the students it is no
longer a close corporation. It now re-
mains to be seen whether we are to
make the most of this.
The aims of "The Inlander" are
loftyi First and foremost it will turn
aside from the well-worn path and
pursue a new course which it is antic-
ipated will bring it closer to the stu-
dents. It is to be a publication not of
the literary department, not of the law
department, but of all departments.
Within its covers will appear articles
of the students, by the students and
for the students.
The Inlander is one of the largest
college magizires published in the
country. It represents Michigan in
journalism as her teams do in ath-
letics. Shall it be the foremost maga-
zine or shall it be sent outans an in-
ferior representation of the University
of Michigan to leave the impression
that in athletics alone can Michigan
This afternoon occurs the final
n game for the class championship of
0 the University. It is needless to urge
upon the Lits and Medics the neces-
sity of being present for every loyal
member of those departments who
~ can be present will be found sitting
on the bleachers, straining his vocal
_cords to the utmost while cheering
on the freshmen who are battling to
uphold the honor of their department.
But also every student of the Univer-
Books of all
sity who can possibly spare the time. ;4+++n5+< *<++4.4N++<+t <*<*<+i+n i F+, ++
should make it a point to be present+<
and do everything in his power to._
add to the festivity of the occasion.
The games for the class football and .
baseball championship should be rec-
ognized as two of the big events of. +.
the college year. ,_4:
Members of the class of 1907 are .,oen r
heard to remark thatsthe fact that ' M odernJury
two freshmen teams play today for 4.
the baseball championship is only an- 'in Trials
other illustration of the troth of the
old adage, "You can't keep a goodCg d
man down." .. Containinlg fondtensed
cases, with sketches and
T PER WEIGHTS VS. NEVER + speeches of American
SLIPS advocates. The art of
I winning cases and man-
On Thursday at 3:30 at South Ferry . ner of counsel described;
Field will be played one of the most notes and rules of practice
wildly exciting games of the season, +
nothing less than the championship 'J
of South State street being at stake. + a
The rival teams, the Paper Weights (ff Ieioit.
and Never Slips have been in training T.
for several months. 1n fOitrof.
Owing to the celebrity of the playi-cejoo f's-i"
ers and the free admission, a large p7ill. I.,
number of spectators are expected 4'<4,
and arrangements are already under +
way for the accommodation of an im- C. E . B ar the l
mense crowd. The line-up of the 4;
teams will be as follows: $ ii' (11 olficl J2'k~lo
Paper Weights:- 3<,
Dick Morgan, p.; Dunk Pierce, c.; +1:11 ,So. St1te St. 7,1. ;(
Herb Allen, 1 b.; Chas. Chenzert, 2 b.; 4-*.p p + +4.4_44.+4++++ni'_44+4++ .7.+++
Whitey Whitehead, 3 b.; Herb Colzin,
s. s.; Jack Mechem, 1. f.; Emery Car-
hart, c. f.; Hurt Brothertun, r. f.=,
Tom Hammond, p.; Bud Morrison,
c.; Abe Birch, 1 b.; Scully Becker, Hot races cooled and
2 b.; Pete Hammond, 3 b.; Squatty 1efresled W ls'
Fletcher, s. s.; Tape Osburn, 1. f.;
Blondy Benson, c. f.; Slim Hammond, Shaving Stich.
Vibrassage-at Trojys. Its grest.
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