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The Michigan Daily, 1910-06-08

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Spring and
FSummer
1910
Our Spring Specials
DESINS-Orignal and Exclusive
COLORINGS-The Newest
FABRICS-Dependable
RESULTS-Pleasing and Harmonious
-IN-
Suitings, Vestings
Trowserings
Now Ready for Your Examination
G. I. Wild Coupay
TAILORS
3111 S. STATE STREET
CLON
The "S LIPEASY"
BUTTON HOLE MAKES THE
BARKERA BRANiD
"CLI NTON"
BUTTON EASILY AnD SIT PERFECTLY
MADE OF LINEN. BARCO SHRUNK
REGULAR AD QUARTER SIZES
150 2 for 255f
WMBARKER C9 MAKERS.
Sold in Ann Arbor by
WAGNER & CO.
Sato $tret
A. G.SPALDING & BROS.
ha are telretmann-
Th Spading f
Trade-Mak of OFFICIALi QUIP-
MENT.or a Iatletc
L9144; prtn and pastimes.
4
S II p if yout are interest-
!I5 pI ed in Athletic Spot
4 ysusou shol eacopy/
" IN O~ir of the spaditip Ca-
aogue. it's a completeit
enyclopeiad of
;known troughout
the world as a wat's New In Sport
Gu..a~aeeofand is sent free n re-
A. G. SPALDINO43 ftBROS.
Chicago -Dtrot
Visiting
Cards....
SENIORS
Order your Visiting Crds
now to void delay. Plate

and Too cardts from $1.25 to
$3.00.
T00 cards from plate 75c.
Sheehan & Co.
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY. 1,
ManagintgEditor-l rv A WXIItt u~.i
Busisness Ml'anager- CARoHot A. II 0 Xv c
rDTtOico." tiiri
News Editor .. . 1 ('11nc t ll -)
Assistanst.. ............. Ilai-y . / F ii.. lr<
Athletic Editor ...WtetrtX. lows
Assistant ....XArlour .13. elti a
Mttsic and Drama...Earl V.H More I
Ewchanges and Files .. .lioin S. Biris' 1nm
Lyman t. Fryson. G.C. I lostir.I )
Winthrop D. Lane. tDaina VF.Jonwic o
Arthutr J. Abbott.
NIGHT FntyonS, X.\ N1 I'
D. A. Hinckley. A. J, Wolco ii. V
Morris Hooser. il. MaXIo.Ick Rya.
Frank Fetinell. tFrediiI, a~o i Pav
Harry G.Mice or. isrlid
Charles H. Mylander. H.'P. 'Iiotioc. -
Fraink W. Mttrphy. Liorevn1301 ii.
Htarotl SticLt. , 11 i
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. Bowman, NorinL iilll 1 1 1n
Myer Robin. A. R. iiiiiI
IKenneth Osbiori. :cre
Address: MICHNttAnL).si ,Press BdgIi t
Maynard Street.
Office 1Hours: Manaiiig Fditor, 1-ip. I Trr
in. aisd ii so-It o . inv s. Da~iy
Business iManager, t-a, 7-g pii. T,- I I ~ t
cept Sttnday. lBothi 'phistio o.
XXVF)NESI). Xv, .1 'N'. c8,i iiiii nl

,i tIt O ighti'presiident Call tie
I ttthe iricuiiitaiicc;huttheic
it i d ing miihtyii wiecitat pres- '
III ii ili iioiiiinidIwie'areii't
taii 1t i i a yslumpiii i
it itl le o s) e fir- the
i si of s!ic
lulnlc iiiiihe easniii th

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S 1)()W NT'l) llNALS.

inii 1fi teariy tenustiiirniamciit
Ii draingi'toiiaiiclosc. XVcster-
and iii: c iwill he nuarrowecloiwnt i
ini dih ii iwill otait ibis after-
1,1 i i te lis chi'tii'itiii for th i rst
Est p luay theiir ms corselse do

f3 It. .li l oIN StfiH.'
Coinsiderabcle interest ntis manifested
in ?Michigasi's summer school paper.
"The Wolveriiie," at the mseeting yestec.-
dav tiftcrnioon. Thirteeii iieiisignififed
their inteintion of working oni the iris
sheet.
"The XWovreriise"c will tie the official
publicationiiof the osimer sessiois,oust
wilt constaiii alt the Unisversity inotices.
It is the aiii of the editors to rnta
largciiiiuiber of sinappy feature stories ini
addiitioii to regiiltir news. Reports ot
the course of susnmner school lectures will
ie prinled alio, usually on tlie day whsein
they are gires. Owiing to the fact that
cubliicatioii is to lie tni-weekly, special
attenstioni will 1ce said to Ikte literary'
qtutlity of ltce work.
Subsscripstionl will tsr 50 ceists in Anini
Arbor andi 75 cenissotisicde tke city.
SENIOR LITS GAMBOL ON
THE GREEN AT WHITIMORE.
Sceniicr its gave a 1banqutet at
Cliftonsi Iouise, Whsitmiore Lake lttit eseis
isig. The imiei left Aisi Arbsor out the
fiiir -twvensty Annu Arbior train aisd isis
mieditly ipoiisarrivinig several im-
pirompitulibasebiall gaiies were starteid.
Those too dignififed to play "scrub," p)s-
sci th imise ini swimming aisd sailiing.
Tieibanqtuet tbega ti 17 :30. Chlarlec
Franinsiesrved as toastmnaster, anid cal-
leilpo Oith le following unembsers if the
class for toasts: "Whets We XWere
Fresh," XV. 0. Cochrance. "The Seisior
ini Court1 14," Frof. Vaii True. "Wilid
ioes I Have Met," LymniBriyson.
"Seiiior Fossiilities," Arthuir Bohiiiack.
'.. 0.gio10" Charles Good. Frofessor
Efisuger atto spoke.
Thc tbaiique ters retrinedtoIAnAisi rboir
oni a special traits which left the stkr
shoirtly Iefore midniIight.

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ciii Si on'sc6-sI, 6-It.
-ai1. Adams ()-Ii.6-2.
t ( tcllh i i ii()I , i6-2.
n ix Shun1a itt h4_i, 7-5
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NXighit Il~tvr--l >tcuiiiii for

'3;-1 c i 1 XX'c'IWehsercc.s.XiNrcs ansI
1 \c ad oriscvis. I)(msitianiand
1 icO iI ieniii suiiiuivs. be
I~fIi L1.1lii , T10 I IO~lRS.

the uisothe:taeI. sha Irii
selecthniofiia p Itmtm~oc
whsethtir Iihe temhi m iitm
or a successior. Tis' icsinsg o
the sltateetofa ui spit f iw
questionn,-sameyi'i c "ieioite it-'
deneit iiidy.
Sio Lier asiwe if ithe iii ifi Si ii '
classes are ficiifffiiiieI. iii ci an
thsiig iit tthe slcin of ai pride ntiii
but the seectionoii ii i . ht'c 1 'i cii
thse tiosie itatis ii 0c lisayfor i f ii :-
iing iuttoifthits m n i tii o harryi i ntoii

3 11sfofthelaw l

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SC c

il hed tsfia me filoftheo
'lo ice miigm eiors.
Cadil , 1.'.y Rh ad 1.1n
iitei lctirn of R.Ne eltias

You can pay the price of
FOWNES
GLOVES
and not get Fownes style,
fit nor service.

EXAM INATIlONS
MADE EASY
ONE
"Waher's Special"
Fountain Pen
$1.00
One Dozen WAHRS
Con-Proo
BLUE BOOKS
20c
Tis prsripin has ner failed
WAII R'S
University Bookstore
C. E. BARIII[LL
BOOKS
Lawy
Medical
Denial
Largest Stock ii Mchgant
Second-band Law Books
Law arid Medca.'l Dtcttaiese
QitzilBotksetc
Complee lune Ness antd Se-
Old books takentitt Exchange
C. E. BARTHELL,
326 S. TATE STRBT
Second Floor Tel. 761
Cet your MICHGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spools
HALLER'S
ine Wathansi Jeieno eaiin
lIALLEfR'S AkL IL fY STOREL
216 soutah M.1- t.
June Sale
Fountain Pens
$2.50 for $1.05
$3.00 .. $2.35

$4.00)) $3.1I5
$S.tit- $3.95
$6.00 -$4.75
E, E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.

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Auto -b-sobiling in
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Fully equipped high grade cars rented by day, week,
month, or tour, by Paris branch well known American firm;
less expensive and more satisfactory than shipping own car.
Tours planned. We assume all risks.
References and Vlookiet on Request
Thackara &Tnka
Licensed by Westinghouse Co., 240 Rue do Rivoli, Paris

121 Washqitgu to

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