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THE MICHIG0AN RAILi

Our Srin pecials
A(lTS IT C d amoiu
S'f irVestin gs
Nk
311 O SATESTREET

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.I
i'fanaging .Editor
CLARISCE 12 ELDRIDGE.
Bus1iness Mansager
CARLH. 0.ADAM.
Addresos: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Mllaynlard Street.
Office. Flours: Managing Editor, 8-11
p. um. Business Manager, I-2, 7-8 p. m.
Except Sunday. Both phones.
EDITORS.
News ................. Lee A White
Assistant .............. Harold Titus
Athtetics.......... Wilbur D. Elliott
Womteni........... Frieda Kleinstiick
Music and Draiia...Hollis S. Baker'
Exechanges ......M. B. McHugh
EDITORIALS.
Jolles K. Watkins Morrison Shafroth
Chsarles Good G. S. Lasher
John T. Kenny
ASSOCIATDOuRcoS.
WValter K. Towers Harry Z. Pole
Dion Birney D. A. Hinckley
Arthur B. Moehlluan Wade Oliver
Fred Lawtson Marry G. Myser
Flank Rowell Charles H. Mylander'
Morris 1 looser M. Mack Ryan
BUSINESS SFFP
C. A. 'owosan Norman H Hill
Walter Q. Witgus Myer Ruhin
Kentnetih Osborn Norman Wittet

inl prceparatioll for tile springlseas. M1. .iICIGAN fdEDIC WfNS
Taking advantages (of their 1mane tre- COVETED APPOINTMEN'

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rolgativ es, tihe senliors are allready len-
gaged ill someschat undignifiedi pastimle
ofspinnlinlg tops. The swarm wleather
has brought out tile first of the cnthu-
sia~sts, wilo make merry o111campusilside-(1
watlks with cilikfe grace and a1bo11n11111.
But tche senlior w1ill 101ofinl 1h5istf) iln
secluded co~rnlers. Far he it frost hill to
exihiblif suchimlodiest . Ilte 111st1 Ieedis
seek ou11 the spots motlst freqelnedebyh
thte fair sex, ill enab1lie fthemlltillenljolthe
stpectacle xwiftholufinconvleniencling-f thlem-
seisves.
Titis fadl, lot a nt ess011t11M1ishiganl~,
appears to laveltakenlieeIr root . Nolt
onliy do tile ufpercilsmoenl fpursulefile
cildish art 11111 their in~fluence ias fleen
1111 tttuchtfo~r till'lunderclassmlenl. Ill
steadi (f tobiacco tile ljuniors an1d11sophls
1101 carry111111s11nd1stringIs, Idisplay ing~
tihemtIupof all (iipossiblie occalsions. 'T'hose
01111tille nelefectediftis ipastimle, iandl
splint 011ifst ljIls'poit, r raticingf illsecret.
Possibls the ftreshm~len inav a'lsobelefed
tinto fempatin,Iflfoll till sf1orIf111sbe-
"tll'ctllect iofllll .1111111(
ifactile. mlselshoawmanlhs illptlit uip
T1ce)hs ickerbockei ir da.lls,11 isliable
lto (xpriefcesnic 'ii 1111 d\d.if's Ienltr-
1111 thesin al tp.iehl' wlreales hav
everi i inalare fato11e11of prindg fths
wlle fromtdi'tfefir l~egeS. lst
gvhemdisilctile Coroeand'nonelb'th'
aif"rehtral"tmCo r e te miz~tr~e adOlueotv
llIf thinstre1111l show1ails rtot eriasl-
delesare tohe hamionritafd atitenJunior
grolllee llnetop sinn.'igill e JeldilTfo(I
tiemsrli wil leformed aii ifotlisee
rumrt the tthfl acltyefyiet:int
For sal, If 11 f'reetssilarg((e a flildf
set (Ifediciwhre ill le ndflIt's1111111
latcr,isiteg a h t ibi ngod(s forth
Acorein. Clark, fornifll Sun' theil
studnts t Conellare nve 99atesmok

Max M. Feet is fhe first of tile senlior
meldical ciass to secure a coveted Eastern
ho~spital apfpointmoent. Me received first
appioinltment for a twll years intiernleship
ill tileErosvifdence genleral ihospital of
Prov idellce, K. 1.
'The examlinafionls were competitive
and11 lasted (oneCcday, conlsistinlg of hotht
thleoretical and1.1practiclwsork. Thtere
wvere contiestanlts fromo all fhe leadinlg
mledficlschoeos(If the east, iocltuding
-larI Irli, fHopkinls, Tufts, Penntsyilania,
Jeff erson~, Columbhia attd Cornell. M~r.
Feel is Ia Imem~berIlf tile8Aflha Kappa
kappal lfraternlity.
Massacilusetts Techt has tile following
freshlmlanl insoignlial regulation: 1 "Nol
freshlmlalnshll w sear ally hat, cap, sseat-
er, ijersey or sleeveless shlirt becarinlg
anyf preptaratory Ilfumerals, inlitials or
inlsifgnial (f ally variety. Hoswever,
sweatllersor(Icjerses Ibearinlg sfuchinisig-
nia1 ma11y lessw111ininsieot, or with file
inlsignliaI1111tile buck of the wealrers.
P'repa~r'atory' schlool pins1, if wofrntI atil,
sholdlll be wlos'lrnl s(1 118nof tolbe ill
sighlt."
i'elllsyhIl(Ilill 1115 devised a new planl
for lhe awa~rdinlg(If the Varsity "P."
Tileibifgilgames this year will he three
(iil Corelll, 11111 eacht witht Vale,
alli. < il the flattery mleni playing fill
lt leasf three inigs of tswo of these
gam~les swiill e eligible for fte letter,
w1le othler emboiers of tile squall must
pfly ill 'almajority of the gulles.
CoaellSeifdmiller of Mainte, htas sentf
worillotile footiall menl that thleymutst
reporlt for tracki. Matty(tiler colleges.
reallizin~g tha~t speed is of conlsideralie
impfortafn'ce ill footbafll, Itave also mtadte
this reqfuireenet.
Sis r havle (le voile Imeasure taken 1101
for call 111(1 fo1w1s, eitherfole rentfal or
slfe. 'The (rice for rential (If gownI, ill-
cludling cap~l is $2.00 for lon~g or short
ferm Th 'le salie trie 01 caps is froml
$1.90 1t1 $2.,o. 'Theslfe pieeott gownsl
frl1ll $3.10 ill $t2.00.
Al XEK & CO.
100- 3111 IIT.
FOWNES
GLOVES
are not cheapest, but I
they're least expensive.
f-Hop anld all Operafic Music for
salie at Schaeheele & Sons's Music House,
tto S. M~ain St. gitf.

Sweater Sale
Voui cannotafotd1to 10185 this
opporfunityf y I o arego
tug fo neod within the.
Sweater or
Sweater
Vest
001me early ssileiowostl1
have your' 1100,
WAH R'S
University Bookstore
C. [. DARIN[[[
BOOKS
Law
Medical
Dental
Largest Sfoek tn Michigan
Second-Hand Law Books
Law aind Medtcal Dictionaries
Quiz Books etc
Complete line New and Sec
oitdhtand.
Old books takeii in Exchange
C. E. BARTHELL,
3265S TATE STREET
Second Flor Tel. 761
Get your MICHIGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
HALLER'S
Otical S N Dept
Fine Wills and Jewelr'ylReeairin
HIALER'S JEW UIRV SlORE
216 Sou.th Mai-~ St.
Th If

.o l,arr ra'
AER& CO.
Slate Street

\\'fi) TiSiRA:Y', MAR.11H119, igio.
I~difuo'f'oday-Moaatis K2.Hougt.
Woateher : fiotiol- withi Imoderate
(IIVU\',SI'iYiCALENDAR.

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1 (1)11 -- 1,1151aws15. 1912 Lalws.
o il I ,its Is. 11)13 Hits. 7 o'clock.
1r h1 -Wne oI 9illl~ If Eg. game

VS.

;rc to-( Xirs' asethali. .Freshmlaln
::11ch i-C'ndy Ialeill'Uiversity
11-I ii-F e pa1 811rllty at Granger's.
1 (I1 11 Feshman111 enginleerstmoker.
arc!)1I-0rfts i~ilDane, IBarbour
r_-Sno uncheon, Barhour
I Ii m i--n allce, Barlbo~ur gyni-
isF r-J unior Lit Lunlchleon, lBar-

- OUR SPRING
SClever Clothes ,

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SURT SIGN OF SPRING
ISerious Seniors Still Show Childish
j Propensities.
1 . o,'olo: I c(1 tilh euon river has
"!n ''slesoo deiiring, can se-
c tcatt( locl bo1((11 house. 'The
I I . 1 oi'tiho oiooo, is stilt filled witht
! t o ioeinces(illep, lbut ithis fact
leas1 m.i ell, Ied eerlvenlturesomec
r ot:t rii poo J(lfilag inl the swift
I''ill' sOtreom. if fill weather colt-
:t s warnlthere'owill probably be more
t n iic ner futurle.
Mlii fooo erly arid11too odangerous
' Mk 11 trip from iLakelandl to Ati
IIid f romll tfhis townl to VYpsilantti
ccouo f thf ie ice antd ttrrent. 1'he
is1(n flod .and1tile ice wilt ci-
foll reventf lany lanlding near the

p J ~ Suits, TOP-', i'
,f- t coats and
r Raincoats,.:A
Distinctly the Leading Exhibit in Men's Fashionable Apparel
Spring Hats and Caps
All the 1101 Spritig shatpes
SPRING FURNISHINGS
NECKWEAR. See one handsome new Spring Fonr-in-hand in the
swell new shaded colorings.
SHIRTS. All the new negligee and pleated styles, $i.oo to $2.50.
'Aaoeui1s f/e sp/frightslof tf/e icg'h/tftime."
WADHAMS & COMPANY
121-123 MAIN STREET

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Smay
That we have thte test line
of 40 cen~t
CHOCOLATES
in Atii Arbor.
DO YOU KNOW?
E. E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.

! A of theb'loats have been overhlted

A' NDALL & PACAK, Photographers

Pbout 528

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