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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered as second-class matter at the Ann
Arbor Post Office.
Published daily (Monday excepted) during the
college year, at 117 E. Washington street,
(basement floor, side entrace Phone 92-r
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ager, 331 Packard Street.
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CALENDAR.
May 27 and 28-Interscholastic Meet
at Ferry Field.
May 28-8 p. m. Deutscher Verein
play "Die Hochzeitsreise"in Sarah
Caswell Angell Hall.
May 28-Rev. D. W. Chandler will
speak in Room C, University Hall
at 7:30 on "Opportunity" under
the auspices of the Students Vol-.
unteer band.
June 3-Friday, 3 p. m. Recital and
musicale at Memorial Christian
church. Auspices of Y. P. S. C. E.
The most noticeable thing about
this year's meet, is theabsenceof small
schools this of course can be easily
explained by the fact that they realixe
the utter hopelesness of ever winning
a meet against the trained metropoli-
tan school's representatives and so
stay home. Though a few years ago
every small high school looked for-
ward to the meet for several months
as the banner event of the year they
seldom enter a man now. This is the
acme of the weeding out process and
furnishes Michigan with a line on the
best.
But it is only a line for it must be
remembered that we are but one of
many for these schools also.
The change is of course of great
benefit to the University.
Anyway the position of the Detroit
Journal is unassailable for no one
would ever accuse them of having en-
ticed a ball-player inside the city
limits.
GIRLS TO SING.
Amist the echos of war with the
high -school, in the contested date for
the concert, of the Mens' Glee club,
the Girls' Glee club has had the

courage to plan and set a date for a
concert. Next Thursday evening, the
Second of June; the Girls' Glee club
will give the first and only concert of
the year at Sarah Caswell Angell
material is in the club, the concert C a s h
should be a success in every way.
Tickets for this concert are now for
sale at Goodyear's, Miller's Arnold's,
Haller's, Wahr's Scheehan's, Quarry's,
Lovell's, Fox's and Meyer's New Stand.
The price of the tickets is fifty cents.
OFF TO OBERLIN AND CORNELL.
The baseball' men left last night for
Oberlin where they will play today.
Eyke and Nagle were the only pitchers
taken. The one who does the twirl-
ing against the Congregationalists will
return home and the other go on to
Ithaca. Mellie Wendell will stay here
for a day to let Keene Fitzpatrick
cure his sore arm. He will then go 0
on to Ithaca and may go in against
Cornell on Monday. The men are all
in good shape and confident that they
will repent their recent successes
when they stack up against the Con-
gregationalists and Ithaca.
HARVARD'S ROWING MARVEL. At
Harvard has an aquatic marvel, says
a Cambridge (Mass.) special to the WAHR'S BOOKSOR[S
New York World. His name is Eliot
Farley, and despite the fact that one
leg is shorter than the other and that -
he also has a twisted foot he is strok-
ing the freshmen crew. Farley is a
brother of Mike Farley, the 1902 trin- H CASES
son football coach and captain of the
crew at Annapolis this year.
Last year he rowed stroke not only
on his preparatory school crew at
Volkmanns, but also on the all schol- Sole Leather
astic crew sent from Boston to Phila-
delphia. He weighs 160 pounds and Steel Frames
but for his legs has a splendid devel-
opment. This came in part as the re-
sult of his wheeling himself about in Leather Lined
a chair during his younger days.
Farley is rowing in fine form just Strong Brass
now and stands a good chanceofstrok- Lokan
lug the 1907 youngsters when they L*
meet Yale later on the Thames. Hinges
AUDUBON SOCIETY TO BE START- I llsall 11
ED AT U. OF C.adi
To discourage the wearing of feath- aroszV
ers in feminine headgear and to en-
courage the protection of wild birds,
an Audubon society will be started to-
morrow at the State University by 4
Professor William E. Ritter, assisted
by three ornithological students, Loye
H. Miller, James S. Hunter and Wil- Up
liam L. Finley.
With this as a center, other clubs
will be established throughout the
State, and the Audubon societies al-
ready in existence in California will Go ospeed &X Son
be grouped with the University of Cal-
ifornia society in one large movement. 11 S. Man
Besides the agitation to stop the use
of feathers, the society's aim is to
spread the knowledge of birds, to pre- -
vent the destruction of birds' eggs and
to establish "bird day" exercises in
public schools.
'04 LITS. Y o u r face will be
'04 Lits who have not reported for fair if you ise Wil-
sitting, will be given space in class lias' Shaving Stick.
picture if they furnish Randall with
their picture (photograph size) before
6 o'clock Saturday evening, May 28.
WEEKS.

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Wednesdamy, June 1

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