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THM ICHIGAN DAILY

i

Our Spring pecials
C1LORINGS NVis-L.
fABRIS 1e dhk

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Editor
CLAR5:NCE E. ELDIDGE.
Business AManager
CARL H. 0. ADAM.
i\ddress : MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Ma1ynarad Street.
Office 110o1r: Managing Editor, 8-II
p. in. Businss Manager, I-2, 7-8 p. m.
Except Sunday. Bath phones.

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IroWSeriB s
6s H FWild olpally
311 SO®."SlATE STREET
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Sold in A+1nA-bnr be
Slate Street
A.Uq. PA!,,INU IBROS.
-- d- )k 0-I CI[AIL3QUIP-
51.5 ,lrnIIatIhletic
Gi',rt antIpastimnen.
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EDITORS.
Ness.......Lee A White
Assistanst.......Harold Titan
Athtetics .....Wilbur D. Elliott
Women .....Frieda Kleinstfick
Music anod Dramas...Hollis S. Baker
Exchanges ......M. B. McHugh
EDITORIALS.
James K. Watkins Morrison Shafroth
Charles Goad G. S. Lasher
John T. Kenny
ASSOCIATE EDITORS.
Walter K. Towers Harry Z. Palz
Di on Birney D. A. Hinckley
Nrthuor 1. Moelloitit WadteOQiver
Fred Laweton Harry G. Myser
Prank Roseett Chartes H. Mylanlder
MIorris Hlouser M. Mack Ryan
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. Cowman Norman H Hill
W~alter Q. Witguis Myer Rubin
Rena etli Oshorns Normtan Wittet

EXPERT ENGINEER TALKS
ON TESTING MATERIALS.
"Testing the Materials Used ini Elee-
trical Construction" is the title ofi the
lectureswhichs will lie delisvered iii she
Physsies teeture room at S o'clock to-
ight utnder the auspices iif the Enigi-
steerinigsociety. J. Wi. Esterlin e, ishIo
is ass authosrity ott the subject.,still lie
the speaker.
'The probslems of cotmmiercial testisig is
a large otie. A discussits of its pur-
pose, useanis atid mtchos cosvceoa
large attd raidcly grossisig ieldl. The
selectioss of the msaterials bestsusiitedl for
cacti particolar pusrpose, teipreparation
of spiecificatiossunuder sihichisawcanss-
serials are purchased asidte testisig if
hoth raw anid fintishieud materials pror
to their use ini smachisserisre sosmse of
the spases of te subiject toi le conisid-
ered.
The speaker, its addlitioni to Iis cots-
stections siths the school iof electrical
eniginteersig at Purdue, Musts., liss
luarge consslstinig esigisseerinig ractice,
is presidenst asid siasager if The
Fsterlisse companysr, imanuifasctuirers iof
high gradse electrical itistriuents atnd
aptparatuts. Mr. Esterlisie is te chasir-
tutn of the commsisittee of te Amisrcant
Society for Testinig Masterials, onTthPie
Magntic Propierties if trots sasd Steel.
The pusrpiose of this somittee 5c is so
stanidardtize the msethosiofii testingigross
sisedsinitselectricalsmaintettery sait apara-
tns.
2utr. Esterliniiis teirnivientor ofa
snssmsber of electrical inistrumetss andI m a t-
chutes, largely issed itsnmanuifactuirinug
plns for testisigtisrsioses.
The leiecture will he illustratedl snitis
oiiens tciall ititerestedt.
[UNDERCLASS GIRLS MEET
IN BASKETBAILL. COURT.
Thuarsday afternonissmiarks te iffi-
cial cpetning of the basksetbll seasoin for
te girls of te Uniiiersity. The first
gamse ott the schsedusls'siill li elitwie en
te freshme nesstd suphooesc, aiiilvv-ill
start at 5 o'clock.
Membners of te Vomn's Atletic
Assoicialit i ili e admsittedl tree, sir
all others assacdmsissiots if tecentcii. s ill
tie cisargesd. Conttrary iiiexpecaionis
mienswilt he sadmiittedsinitstimiteid num-s
hers. Anty girl sii cesirisig stnd obltain-
isig perissions cats invte'osne gristle-
stats friende. Ticksetsiwill he onsiasle
at IBarboiur gymnium Wiii \edniesday
afternoiinsfrui ts o i 4 andtilsll lThursdisy
aifternioon.
"SENIOR LAWS.'
Fur sale, at si bargsini, use cismsletc
set of Michsigani Reports, fistic sio
toted, sligtly usodi. Good a's nW
George S. Claris, Port Ilisrisi, hMichs.
Q5) i34,

ILI'IIA NITS MEliUI' ith 1-
GIRL LITERARY LIGHTS.
For the first time ints he history of
she Onsega Phi asid the Alpha Nu liter-
any societies, a joists meetisig was held
t the Barhour gyminasiuim parlors
Satuirdaysevcinstg. The first hour andi
a salfisas devoted to a literary pro-
gruit, itswisckhiboth societies tools part.
Pe.rhsaps the miost issterestitig snm
hers givsetssecre the reacdinig of use
cuirrenis issue ofi the Sybhit assethledec
bale cii Resistsvcd, "That the woeniesof
te Uiversity iii uliciigaishould adlot
ani Officissl Class Heiadigear." Tue
aswek's Syi liiwits comnposedi of esditorials,
hesarinig iuonijquestionissif .esurrenst in-
terest, sidverstisemsensts, a short posemtsen-
tilled "Tue Ciimes," ands a sosry. The
siory tsook the fonts if a prophiecy sait
con c uted soe of our presenst-dayi
isrobllemss. Accoirdinig to its predictioss
sot onlyth ie stich talkedt of Michiigsan
Uionsiclubhoissuse will lhssee iensinIisthed
b' 1(940 mistdte woumtenis dosrmitories
comptedci, but te editsir esess weitsso'
fsar its to dteclsare sisaltby thasitlimse thosse
loyausasiloirs ishoi cheered the 1909 foost-
sill teamito iitheir Pennisy victoiry' tadi
just receivesd a smemosriasl fromithSie'.st
dents.
'Thesdebsate issisottby hrie segative
teati comsposecd (f Friecda Klinisstusck
sandi Hi H. Smsiths. The programiswits
closes thue reasditigof it poems,swriS-
tess especially' forte joint mseetisig by
\". 0. Lsane. Danscinig followedlatnd
light refreshmssenslwsere servcci.
SENIOR ANNUAL GOES TO
THlE PRINTER SATURDAY.
Ail cuby forte Michigasnenssiss isi
psisiduse andc there are yet sa few orgasii
zstionisswihsi hasve sot senst its their coipy.
The ceditors havsisendciiedt te tme util
nextSaStuirday. This is the isal dale.
.A11 copywiscstsis Its attitaris inte yeasr
bosok smastlie its te offce lby Saturdayt
sight, -isiareli te tsii.
Mansen ciiors save not file sutthe
lanks idistribuictediabst te campsluss.All
wh havelits nost doniie soi mistsecure hlanuks
fromiitiii'Associate Editosofromittheir
cls s, ossbcallig sttte Michtigsanenisiani
sficc.'The iphortogrsaiphers coissilains that
pros 'ire' noit prouttmtly- rtuSrnsediandi
assk' thsatssll sattend to this msatter at onsce.
GLOVES
are not cheapest, but
they're least expensive.
JHoit and all Operatic Music for
sle as Schiaeherle & Sons's Music House,
55 toS Main St. 9151.

I

Sweater Sale
Yion cannsothod to miss this
oppotunlsiity it you are go
ing to neod within the
neat vear a
Sweater or
Sweater
Vest
Loos erly hiles ss we ost11l
Isveis r irsize
WAH 1R'S
University Bookstore
LDON
71 OT NIVERSITY AVE.
Pictures
Kodaks
Photo Supplies
Developing
Printing
Enlarging
The largest line Pen-
nants and Banners
and Lowest Prices.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
usFsngTcie und A m ni mion I
sty fili 5n .asircsoty
ELibery S. I . Arbr, Mrbican
R. E. JOLLY'S
308 S. ST ATIE STREET
Lunches, Tobbaco, Cigars and
Cigarettes
Agentfo Sat Itn1 51 1 yst isisstouglt
B.-B ISPIPE

'1.' 1S).5.N, .'MARCHi 8, 51oro.
Editor eola 3' NI.t'cUuK. TowgnnR.
WItissulis '''iiil i: Ge'nera'llyi fsir.
UN'IVERSITY CALENDAR.
.Mrh8-- isshsetbasll, 'to Eiig. vs.
'Mrh8 sui I.' niiinlriudge tour-
Iar hi 8-- 'uso ifu c. s. 1' ii
t vs '1,3 :Meici.
:Mrc 8OmgaPh bluuhuet stt idar-
Ill i sll I ,sis I'.. i sss
lo IFis s.ro3lits. 7 i'cloeci.
II ishi Io-im ue I 'of g.gatmeuvs.
11I,,hii--ir11 slis'asketsballl. Freshmamn
:Mac1 ei s t .ni IiSaleis' Uiviersity
:Marc]]i --i 'stir r ty sttGraniger's.
A 11-u Ih i it-re oh inausuu cnginlestrsmoker'.
.5ar(-hI 1.5 5 iuiou' I,utiiieoi, hBarhour'
Band Dan, i,arsuhouii'gymniuutm.
]TIII I'll 110 1h'IC
51315 shI I IJUNIORS.
(Continued from Page 1LI
lte' Woaelii t le So tass an
cxsuuuuu'tisuuini ll thus'muasthesmasticsthey
haeheeilulls'ver fro its' slguth grsade
o hi'ti rdtyeasr if collerge musst cuter
i5ies Ii uiuiistry csurses' stassy there
inil tthey havue ssatisfied heurIistrutctoir
that thisyknous'nuglihiio go i liuti
the mor disfitultl obmlemus sahichsthey
wiill hiseito is cl ou sits''uthe mo15r ash
iii'ucedmoure' 'hose ohio fail munsalge-
hra for examputle'must rs'mausinutakling
agbaui thesly sirs' sabse So pass an
o uuuus5ina u ll ilithu s .ubhjs'stwsils'thteim'
Mach r cusde s so gil toi iigs'omet ry sanum
I dlesStuif he subjects until finally
thisk sre quifiu ietotakuie te "lug

You tin's
Have you Keard that strager at the
Theatorium

'I

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(fin yes

Mits ,ohi Suits
nldShsos
All I
It l)1.N'1_S0I,;KS'l'ORt

t,1nvV1itt)3 fDusc ioW~e
PRESS BUILDING. MAYNARD ST. Nexit utoooieri'tynm Suhoont of Musec.
The New i-Hop Numbers
",IF WISHES WERE HORSES "
"THE LAST WALTZ"
Also the New Song
"I'm Going To Go To Ypsilanti"
Whisch wil be itrucuediiby tir Olin Clu.

They
Say
That wae have tie best line
of 40 ccit
CHOCOLATES
in Annt Arbtor.
DO YOU KNOW?

An invitation is extended to call and hear them.

IL

E. E. CALKS, Druggist
324 S. State St.
rboue 595

121 ~slun~t~l Ie

RANDAL]l

K, Pho t o g

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