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June 02, 1904 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1904-06-02

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- THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY-
G. x.U MilCompnyn " Etered as secoed-class Mter at the An
U. H 11111 U II~p~llJArbor Post Office.
* 4 Published dily (Moday excepted) during the
1Leading ecat alr college year, at117 E. Wasingtoe street,
± la (basement floor, side etrance Phoe S93-3r
________ _______MANAGING EDITOR:
9 S. EMORY THTOMASON
* BUSINESS MANAGER:
SPREING WOOL[NS T lROSCtOE B.HSO
EDITORS:
For Suits, Top Coats aud Alties. - - ROBnER K. WALTON
Trousers. Full dress suits a AS-SOCIATES: S~
specialty. Ltushwyu Clifford Stevenso, Ray Peebles,
xA. M. Graver, Henry P. Erwin
our Londou SergeS, Loudou A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer.
ZCheviots, Scotch Mixtures, Joseph Y. Kerr, Soddard S. More.
da M. Birownrigg. I. Waite Jayne.
Kiloweus, Blarueys, High- Geo. A. Oshorn. Harold C. Smith.
lands ~ ~ ~ ldnu 15 rm arry H. Aedrews. Thos. A. Sims.
Sus duughs rm Thomas . Rtoberts. Clyde L. ew.
tochty's, MeGugors, Loudou BUSINESS STAFF:
au S. ude Fanel, C. A. Thommpso. Wi. Ht. Lloyd
an S. ndew Flnnls . S. Koblitz. . K. Latourette.
iesj. E. Dletfoy. Thos. L. Pete.
Loudou Cassimeres or Amer- MIao Piuleltelo
icau Serges. Please call and see -
*IEditor Today-A. H. ORTMEYER.
adance riP To laxrs per yoor, payable ia
G. H. Wild Coumpally pd.se in. Doailylr . 1 03 2
108 . WSHIGTONSTRET. ager, 331 Packard Street.
.1Teephone, 461.
SENIOR STUDENTS i -Jlo~~ CALENDAR.
-im 10 p . Girls' Glee Clllb eon-
ceti Sarab Caswell Angell Hdall.
Leave your orders now * ,Juno 2--4:15 1. in. Anolual eletion of
Zfor nienmberso (f oard of Aletic Coo.
- ENGRAVED Jlune 2-8 p.m. Faculty Concert Frieze
VISITING CARDS! PoHll.
Styles: June 31-1907 Entineers' baniquet.
Styles:Jlne 3-Friday, 3 p. m., Reeital and
Script, Roman, Old English musicale at Memorial Chriotiani
forchurcb. Auspces of Y. PS. C. E.
From $1.25 to $3.00 June 3- Southiern chubl omoker tll all
for ~ Southlern men, Nichblll.
100 Carda and Copper Plate 6.Jime 4-7:30) Al1110 No banquet.
100 Cards from Plate, 75. "O The satisfactory sccessful maniser
in whichi the Atletic Hoocd of Co.
£New line Crane's trol elections have beenconutOdlled for
6 *the past few ycaro migbt be wortby
Fine Stationery oif tile nosicle of 1111 board whiich has
beIeno supervising S. L. A. eetos
- £Th Ticleoa pollitics 0011 goodl fighs
SH IL11..117T 1IFIJJ.1h111A O whichl have eharactericed -boarii of
ell G ; orol electiono coo be attriblutedl al-
011101, entirely 511 the fart thaI, the
University Booksellers, Sta- whlole student Iboly is allowedl to vote.
ThIlis increasec in the numober otelf
tiouers ansd Engravers. haas mode previoulsly "cookoed op' elec-
0 320 South Stale Street. 111111 011 impolssibility, a011 those who
havt been elected lhave beenl chosen
*~*SO*O*O**@*OO. i*becouse of thie general estimate of
slhe fitness5 rather 10011 00 0 resultl
The Ann Arbor SaVingS Bank. of thleir ability as lpolitici ans. The
Capital Stock, $50.000. Surplus, $175,000. samne resltsl wold~ dollbtlles- be evi-
Rfesources, $2000000ti ssem eenroue
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS (eti hsssolwr urdie
TRANSACTED. ini S. L. A. electiaons.
Orr¢Sees: (Charles iE. lilseoct, Pros.; WO. 1. Moikreover, fhils "llniveeool sifferage"
Hlarrisme~t. Vice Pres.: M. .1. Frito. Cashier. is 1111 00 unjiust In S. L. A. tickeet hold-
IfU C hoite Cut Flowers ero as wold~ otfirt applear. Not on-
Choice ly does muchri of the proceedo of S. L.
anw~~0 d Plauts in1 season A. lectlures conic feom non ticket ibld-
COUSINS & HALL, era hot a large pereentoge f the tic-
laets are used 0011 paid for by more
Cor. S. Univ. Ave. and 12th Street t1100 one soon. There are few 01t-
Telephone 15 1 dents who (do not at least attend 1100
--- lectlure.
5i3nlYOU CAN GET A
®~5 gm At Ttxttle's, 338 S. State_
( UNIVERSITY DAN.
CING ACADEMY
s 33 Ste St. IFI
SliORT PERM0. f

Trim Above ... ._.. - - . ...
and the
Neat Feet 01110 CENTRAL LINES
aresthelesthatwearDIETLN
BRIfTON CLASPI GARTERSDIETLN
hugu FOR nlEN TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Th aresnia ruT-th wns-ens
'5E r ine faous Bightn eltas p Parlor Car.. en all Trih.
can'tipossibly caic to feay thlthming- ____________________
mae stue gae seimple, secr an abnso
lotely romforta1l. 70d dof oe piece '
ps.ue sleb wit nitkelhtrimmings thsat '~j'js ~' ACAD EM Y
cnyn rt s . mieon.e soe fJEUIhI's orb alqeIhe° RGTN"0DANCING
PIONEE.R SUISPEND)ER CO.,
718 Marsket Street Philadelphia. Offices Hots-n:
akers o ner Suspenders. Mr. Groogrer will be at academy office from
7 to8 o'clock evensngs (excepting Monday).
Prom 9 a. o. to 5 p. m. Phone No. 6 will
roach 1him.

If it is the desire of the board to
makeo the elections fair and their in-
terest general, this plan certainly
seems to offer the greatest possibili-
ties.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB.
Tonight the Girls' Glee lb will
give its concert in Sarah Cswel An.
gell hall. The Glee club has practiced
all year under the direction of Mrs.
Hastreiter, mnd the concert should,
according to all indications, be a de-
cided succes. This will be the only
concert given by the club during the
college year, and there will probably
be a large audience, anxious to hear
the univerity girls sing the music
which is distinctively college.
The Glee Club will be asisted in it
program by Mrs. Ruben Peteron.
The program for tonighto concert
is as follows:
1. In Young May ........ ........ Abt
Glee Club.
2. There, Little Girl, Don't Cry..
... ... .. ... .. ... .. Cam pion
Glee Club.
3. a. My .Heart's Lue the Silent
Night ................Lossen
b. Whither ................ Losen
Mrs. Hastreiter.
4. Etudiantina .............Lacome
Glee Club.
5. The Angel ............. Rbentein
Glee Club.
ti. a. I Would That My Love....
........ .. ... .. Mendessobn
b. , Wsert Thous In the Could
Blast ........... Mendelssohn
Mrs. Hastreiter, Sprano; Mrs. Peter-
so, alto.
7. a. Heart Thros........... endel
b. We Women of the Nation..
Stanley
Glee Club.
8. . Cra1110 Song ...........Brahn'o
b. Pancakee Song....... Lecoci
Glee Club.
The director of the Girls' Glee clb
io Mrs. Hastreiter, the president of
the club is Miss Whife. The Glee club
memo~bers are:
First Sopranos-Miss Hedofon, Miss
Tuttle, Miss Mary Eiwards, Miss ltz
Miss Sellwagiin Miss Inglis, Miss
Ely, Miss White.
Second Sopranos-Miss Convero,I
Miso Folet, Miss Cutler, Miss Gwynne
Miss Winsor, Miss Prall.
First Alos-Miss aley, Miss Siarr
Miss Crowel, Miss Wood, Miss Aiam.
Second Alos-Miss Sadie Edwards,
Miss Lowry, Miss rewer, Miss Van
Hyke, Miiss roadbridge.
Tlhe club has been conducted unier
she patronage of eighteen of thle fac-
ulty ladies. These patroneses are:
Mrs. Stanley, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Collier,
Mrs. Hutchins, Mrs. Waite, Mrs. Sole
Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. igelow, Mrs. Rus
sell, Srs. Strauss, Mrs. Adams, Mrs.
Hele, Mrs. Campbell, Miss Condon,
SMrs. Prentice, Srs. Hindale Mrs.
Lombard and Mrs. Kelesey.
The price of admission for tonighs
concert will be fifty cenfs. Tickes
can be prociured at all ~he usia places.
The proceeds of iis concer are in
go toward the Lcinda isdale Slie
memorial fund for which all the Uni-
versity wonen are at present wor-
ing.
. . Shank, the broad jumper has
been confined to his bed for the laol
weeke with a severe attach of rheiima-
tism.

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raid
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Departments
At
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For a
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the World's Fair
Private Residence
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S< t. Louis, "ro.
Terms Reasonable. >
2About half way between
business district and
L the grounds.

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and healed. Williams'
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