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THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

U " " State Bar M <eethn.
~L.~ ~The annual meetingo of the ichigan
- State Bar Association will be held itt
?ubtsed Daily (Sdayrexepted) durng the University hall ott Wednesday and
colege ear at Thursday, Mlay23 an 2t. Tie Wedies-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. day afteroott progransme will onalst of
Oroas The Ittatnd Prear, Heaing Boiec, an address by Professor Bradley M.
Bth Phots 1i. Thotmpson,itresideit of te sate asocia-
MANAGING EDITOR. tion, atd a paper by Dotald A'. Dick-
F. EtatEHAse,D'It L. ittsot-of Detroit, a gradate of liarUti-
BUSINESS MANAGER. versity with the law lass of 1867. The
v. i. H~AN, 'OIL. paper till deal witt soue peculiar fee-
V DaTRott. tures of iterttational law. Ithle evenig
ATHLETICS, . . . loarNUT, 'ti L. Judge Williamn R. Day, e-seretary of
r. .acetate , 'to L. A. H. EtctAst, '01 E stae adtch lairtan of te Spanis-Ataer-
J. B. WOD, '0, Wt. . Httsa:, '0 N, lan peace commitssiont til1 read a paper
L. J. MNToxErual, 't, a H. JarRNEAN,.'0L. entitled, "Howc we tmay guverit our ie
WA. Ratter '01 L. V. T. EVAS 'O3. possessiols." Judge Day sas graduated
ittsbistLIIAN . SoINE 'O. froto the Uiversity with the class -of
870. 'T'he evening's progrttmme will be
cotclecd by te setior ltsw banctet it
the Barbour gymnsasum.
_________________________________ It may be necessary for jtdg Day to
leave Wednesday' evetig for Cleveltnd,
An Opportunity for 1903. in wlhih event te order of te papers
'Ihrelate of 90 3 is to meet tis after- by judge Day atd Mr. Dicknsouaill
nootn for tte purpose, attsong others, of be reversed.
electing a oard of editors for next Tlhurscday afterooon the papers will be
year's Oracle. 'Tis ipublicationt has ex- ly Professor William T. Herduais and
iyelsthvrylgfruts ic i.D Vere Hiall of Bay City. Dr. Herd-
Astfirttwittoolryit form ofe a ierarytta's stobecet is, "Expert tmeical Testi-fis nuli ol h omnme fltrr oyadtetteo l.Hl' ae
anntual.Butttfor a nuber ofyears, :mont'leatdtlegtil se te."al' pte
sirce the esablishtttetnt of other papers. Asgeta ea ujc.
it has cdegeterated ito a cotmbitatiots ot
a seondc-rtte year book atto a irhcd Saturda's Games.
pamisplset. Lately it Ias ostsitrdl almost priostoos 7, Cortell .
entiely of te latter. As sutch it ias o
plare its te Utniaersityloritoahs. Thse Neratsa to7-Misori .
,lieltigootortia, \Wrinitdsetad Itlaitode Obrlitt to, Ois State to.
tate a awclI cefitsecd ttttlgeterally recog lPrtter4, BOrit 2.
titerd field as a year bottl, a hutttorotus Eote Dame 7, Cicagot 2.
ttatgazieita'nod ,aliterarytmoutsthy resptet- Nh ae7 eot2
ivety, whlile te Ahuttstit is te ogat ofo se ase .eot2
teMciaan.Btt hOrces eitter a missioln ocaooittitweliy. ... .1. ..... .
It hos ects terely a itoer c less comtt- ..
plete year hook: for stcceecditg fresh- + Monte Cristo Cigar, 10elc
asco classes. 'Tle 'oo Orcsle wtaOs excel- + La Preferoelo, " --180
tiooatty tactt gotett ot, tosugh oter- ing Albert ." - to 4
actor it secrotdo better purottlose titott General Merer " - 13~
thte others. It is a wattupots the face (hnelo0e-- ~
of colle ge jottt'talistt, ottts a ttittor ttpono Cht cello
its boocy.IrenSa " -te
Qtite as tsschl courage is etiies too ~ Royal Bautler I tOC
abolish sutch a log established periodical 4 Powell, sith & C.'a Pet fetos l0b
as sas eessary tot start it oorgiall. Sbl Smith Rusell (igas Oe
Perisaps te atccssove classes htave oto Sanchez & Hya 100 +
dared to tollthe ptliatiotn bceof 1p 4
a fear thsat their predcesorsaotuloio- STAB LER A, CU.
icotetem detsclartinog lay sareinttopab lls
of continutittgit.OBut ott tls scote '0g3 30101S. Oai t~Itrt. Liberty.
msay rest assued. This ea's Oacte
aaas the mstawaretedevrcettublshedol
thte editors lackig eithsrete alitorlt t -_____
disposiiont to carts get it out'tdeenttly.
To'ustop aotfer such autoimsero were red- 1",~ Z1.
tatlecarts if therer terreto otherreact-
s0155 for it.
If tte class of 903wat elyt
do somsethitg.let ittdislah. C r
anstlgood asese tecesary' fordso SODA
tuig the Oracleatd it til el serv d-
have the good opinion andsraitueof
a lotsg-sofferitng putloic.;
Senior Lawn "May Partl
Ther selior lawsatils giveaohes n
the lat of thesir odeligtfuattlieonex y
Frioday esenittgstbGrage, h u-
lore to participate ihsas on lmitr t
fifty couptles ad twill belos trcty
as ithittthe class.'ITe tickes wereissue
tooay aond ae already taben
'Ihe tall tillhetsrtosteftlly odcoatd,
aisolpitnthlterevedlby a coloredcl attnsdoont. 1 -Iat
Mrs. 'Tylr's orhestrai o six pieces till
furishlstsreotusic IT SUITS TlE ASTE
Beat souvetir pogramoss cre to te fur- Our ptre frtit juics and deliciots Ice
nsihlecd forte dance-swhichlt sill co- Cen-lecifu itste eea
sit of numst~sber.Cra-hcheofsm rbvrgs
'The tpatrotnesses till irobably or Me- -A-
daittcs Hutthtins, Johttson, Brewster ando HANGSTEBFER'S,
'Thotsoon. oo . Wahingont St. 316 S. State S.
Th'Ie folloawing otttllittee is itt clarge:
. H. Hau, ecarttan, Idiana;t W.
L. Kelley, Michigan ; C. H. Thompson, 4++--+444+4+++
; itortW. I. Wit, aieligau' XW.
Saisher, Ohio; . H. Jene gsttIndan,
_aitd A. Ely, Jr., Near York.
W anted To ell Dr. Chases
Freshmen Take Notice. V al U Imrovled Receipt
Bok during vcar-
Thtere till an importantt neeting of the Students. tion, the bet el
Lit=-Elsgl class of '3, in rootm C. today. len i ng bok that an
at 4:15 o'clock. agent cart handle
Tiher are a nunber of comtmtittee c- Our regular Agents mlle big money.
pots to be heard;t otmetProviion mutut Can gi'e good territory, Particulare
be made for purchase of baeball ub- by calling at the Courier Offie.
plies;t a cane commnittee will be named, JOHN, E. TRAVIS, Manager.
and the Oracle board it to be elected by ___________________
the class.
The Oracle board cottsiata of en; t A
sorority girl, aln independetnt girl, for
fraternity men and four itdepende ten.
It is necessary hat a majoriy of the ' P C A
class be present for the election.+
This will be the lat regular nmeting of Ua
y RICHARD C KIRK, Prows.J H

SSprintinig Shoes, Top Notchers at$24
4 SPECIAL,
S Bicycle Shoes, Solid Colors and Combinations,
S$.5to $2.48. Best wearing Shoes matde.
GLASS'S SHOE STORE, 109 Main St.
First-Class Repair Work. Open Evenings.
±.o +.+++++++.++**++ 4*+ +44*4* 444++.++-*4**++++.+4

-osI~s - <_
l ta tt' ni
c I rA st"\ \

at the
New Clothin~g Store,
are going fast. Had you not helter aelect
yours wrhile the assortment is large.
We have the nicest assortment of
New Spring Clothing in all wool
Worsteds, Cheviots, Oxford
Greys, Vicunas, etc., that have
ever been showan in the city. We
shall be glad to those thems to
yout whether yotu bury or nbt.
Our Prices range $5 to $20
STAEBLER& WUERTH,
// - ri nLtIIEflD sow n IDMena

"z 211S. Main St.
vSCHLEEDE'S
TEMPORARY
BINDER
100 8TUDE9NTS WMINTED
Big Profita. Qoick Stoles, 11 good tray to make money tlois sutmumer.
F. SCHISEEDE, - - - - - 340 Soutth State

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- For a SUMMER CRUISE rak:e the
COAST [INE .TO®MACK INAC
PASSEiNER - attained in Boat Constrtction,
STEAMEIRS.Luuiu qimnrisc
SPEED, COMFORT - Furnishin, ..-Decoraioand
A~o SAFETY. -- Efcient aervic ...
To DETRffi~ , MACKINAC, G[ORGIAN DAY, PIJOSI(IY, CHIICAGO
No okher Lineoesaanooraaof 40 ilesoof equlacrty ats
Fur TriprWeeketween ay an igt,,I Slot ericetetween
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinacu Niht T.,oil DEITROIT AND CL[VEfLAND
Fsare, $.50 Each Directon.o
PisOaSKEY, "TItE ta0,"eanqumoTi O13retlos ., ;1.25i Staoer'oom,$2.i5
ANDeDaroTa. Clevelalnd, Cneos aremad aClevelandewih
taw I~dte iio~orrtar ie~kooottI ut-la- a lieoas fo r aloposa nts EsaoostSouoh
LOW r RATEoSttooiturelsqueaci nac . Ooeoand tolin ea do ot wes tdat ~etroifrlpit
Rtu,Incluting eatrtl sdB rhs.tAo Northtaa No rhesti .Jo~ oe rat
ntetfrl om 01.1 landt~t, $20504 ro ndToe o. SnyT ipts dne, Jul, Anour.
Toeo 1.5 rmDetroit, $14.75i September nd o ber nly
6AS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIATOTY. SANITARY PLUMiBING, STEAM ANDt HOT WATER HEATING.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASH NGTON ST.
'Chose New..,
J ik e
you see out every day conme from
HOL.MES' LIVERY
Phone 106. 5115 E. Liberty Street

$3 .00 SHOE The Latest Color, Autonmobile Red.
SEE SHOW WINDOW,
VAHR THE HOEMAN
~AHR THE HOE218 SOUTH MAIN

SEE OUR LINE OF 50 CENT PEARL HANDLE KNIVES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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