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ITHE GUN IV ESIT Y OF MICHlIAN DAILY

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Pubiseod Daily (Sndas exepted) dring the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OsraE: The Inland Press, Heaning Block.
Bth Phones t47.
MANAGING EDITOR. _
F. EGAsaRaD, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
. H. Hoes. 'OL.
EDITORS.
ATHLETICS,. . G. D.HUNUTTe, '01 E.
T. B.Woonow. '00 L. A. H. MDoesoL,'tI B
.B. WOD, '00, W. 1,.IHEew, 'toEM,
L. J.MONTsOXERT,'100, R. H. JENEons. 'OL.
W.A. KNIsHT '01L. V. T. Event '03.
Mes LLANw K. SLosen'0.
The aabscrpto pio e 1DhIoLe s $.50 1or
the college year. with a relatr delivery eore
aon ah dy. Notices, cmmunaicatins, ad
other water intended lee phlicaton masct e
handed ia at the DILoficeb eor 8 p as or
meiled to the editor eore 3 p . osf0 the day
prvius to that n which they ae epeted to
appear.
Suhscriptions ay e let at the DAYoice,
Meyers or Ileftet's newtand, or with Bsiess
Mnaer. Sehbcier will cner a ayr y
rorisag praptly 01 thin tffeay faiusesof
arniers to delivor paper.
All changes in advrtising sater mst e in
the osfie byd p.".en hestay peioso that
oa which they ae to suee s.
A NOVEL CUSTOM.
A Picture oi Student Life Presented
btj the Girls of theCbllege for
Women.
Ii is pleasinig to learn ihat in the
midst of college work in the west, tose
fetivities are not wholly' forgottetiwici
form so grealti prt of easterns college
life.
Al the College of Woimen Western
Reserve University Cleveland, one of
the greatest evente of the year is Tree
Day. Otn the eollege camps, already
sturdy' oaks and beattiful pines proelaims
the patrioisin of sophomiore clases; bt
the maple panited last seek by the elas
of 192 bide fair to ottstrip it felows.
The planting of te tree, hssever,
while a fitting symsbol of elass pirit, in
not the nost itterestitng of the exereises.
Great preparations are nade lythe
classes that Tree Day nay be tiore tat
a mere ceremnoty. Certainly last seek's
exerises proved that theass of '02
is not lacking its resources.
The first task of the juntior, setior atd
freshmett classes is to elect a speaker
frost each class to represett it itt atser-
igteeeharges atd to ward off ilhe its
of te sophomores. Te setiors letd dig-
nthyton the affair by their a"'earanc itt
caps atd gows; the oter classes select
appropriate costnnes.
The class of 1902 preseted te trial
scene fronm 'Alice it Wotderane." It
swas given in the orchard at te side of
Clartk alt ithle presence tf ltusnres of
spectators.
Thse freshmen were bedecked in ye-
lose taffodil costues adtte junitiiors in
large gasdesthats, armtedl wit rakes atd
watering catts. to represent -Misress
Mary attet"her fair tmaiecns all itt a
row." They tmarhed itsatd tonc their
places in tie atdietce, te stage beig
reserved for te tree class speakers asd
te sophonmores.
The play sas cleverly worket out ty
the girls, as tneary as iossibe like the
original. The sophomisore class, repre-
sentting studies, sore great cards painted
weth rest hearts. Ossthesebaks of te fair
pasteboards sere sigis cottainisg te
nmanes of the sttdies represented.
Gytmnasitm sas the joker, for reasotts
best-known to te girls thenseves. The
jury examnitations, vere garbed in
feathery costumses atdsore bird tmasks.
Each jurvnt had ont a lotg red robe
and white wig. In his hatd he carried
a foutais pen atd examiation blatsks.
Alice represented "1902" and te play
depicted the college world at seen by the
nebers'of the class. The complaints
made by Alice against the prisoners (te
three class speaers) wills their defense
composed in the main the but'etta. The
kin' and queen represented the faculty.
University spirit wao peroosifed by Dr-
msonse. who was constantly napping.
Mockc Turtle was a play on the half
holiday of the college. "Flutks" had
their share in the glory of the perfort-
esne, for who would attempt to picture
college life withott them?
Hatter, gaily garbed in reel and wite
with a huiec sandwich in his hand, sig-
nified spread, and White Rabbitt, up.
per clas dignity..

The jury trial gave atpe opportnsity
for alt sorts of good hits and funnaking.
Thse sones of the book had been para-
phrsed and were scattered trougot
the seboe play. At the close o..f the trial,
the prisoners swere all cotvited atd sen-
tesnced by theIking-Daffodil's pntish-
ment being to dig for a -ear. The pro-
verbial spade, shichs at the Women's Col-
lege descends yearly on sopomore to
freshmtan,sas then delivered sith an
appropriate speech.
The class after this ceremony marched
on the place swere the tree ad beet
planted. singinsg "We're the Class, We're
the Class, the Class of sho." The quessn
witht a gaily be-ribbosneed stade weent
throttgh the formo of plantinsg the tree.
Thsesn, while each class sasg its owt
sonsg senors, siusiors asd fresmten,
mtarched throsseb the ampus.
Clhi Psi Banquet.
'Te Ants Arbor chapter of Ci Psi,
its conjuntctions sit the Detroit Aunis
Associatione of the fratersity, held its
fifty-fifth annuotabanqpuet at the Ressel
House. Detroit last night. Hon. Don
M. Dicinson acted as toasmaster, asse
in the responses of tlhe oldest aumni
and the latest ititiates the ong history
of the Alpha Epsilon clapter sas msost
thsorotughly sad deighfllsty covered.
Massy Detroit Ci Psi's sere presest,
inclusding Gets Hesry M. Duffield, Hos.
Thsonas \. atmer, W. W. Hantnas, E.
A. Got., S. T. Doglas, . N Caffee,
J. X. Asndersosn, Johnt B. Archer. D. J.
Davison, Dr. S. P. Dffied J. W. Fits
sey, E. A. Gt, J. C. Hart. F. . Hinhs
'sats. F. A.t. Robinsos, Elliott T. Socttt,
J_ J. Steed. E. Y. Sweif, P. A. Van ur-
ess. X. H. Wels T. J. Weadcock ado
others. Battle Creek. Bay City, Posstiac,
Gransd Rapids asd Cicagos wee also rep
resented, as swell as Ants Arbor its its
undsergradutate asse alssmsismesssbersit.
Upos thIe cossclusioss of the programs of
speechses, tnd college and fratersity
sonsgs, regrets fromss sasy relresesstative
Chisi' wssere res, amoncsg oters. frost
Eledridlge T. Gerry, Hot. Tomsas B.
Reed, Chief Justice Fller of te Usitee
State Stpremse' Cort ex-Cief Jtstice
Hortons. of Kansaos, Clisston Scollare,
Clyde W. Fitch, Hot. J. StirlitgMortos.
Justice Franscis _M. Scott of Newe orte
Court of Appeals, ad Govertor Allen
of Forto Rico.
Earl Samsple fortsery swits 1900at,
of Greenfied, Indiana.sas smarried re-
cestly to 'Miss Flavia Freemn, also of
Greestfield.
STRAWBERRY
CRUSH
(FRESH FUIT
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QUARRY'S
De Fjries'.,.
ART STORE
A sew Assortment of Oval Frames
end Frame Mouldings, just received
Do not fail to see them.
Stabler's Art Store,
217 So. 4th Ae. New State Phone 173
W a te To ell D. Chase's
W an~eu Improvet Reeit
Book during vaca-
Students to te etst
agent ast handle.
Our regular Agente mke big msney.
Can give goed territory. Prtfcularn
by calling at tho Courier Office.
JOHN E. TsAs't, Manager.

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nnd get a good, cold glass of
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Crushes h0c.
Wn have the exclasive right to the refrehment ntand at Athletic Field.
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