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-- --THE MICHIGAN DAILY

6.11. WI[D CO.
~S THE
LEADING
Tailors
iQMakers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
FULL. DRESS SUJITS
A SPECIALTY
Anii S. State St.
AnArbor, M1011.
Shoes
Base Gloves
Ball Bats
Ball Masks
l Pants

THE 1, IHGAN DAILY.
Enered at t6"' id casatterltmat th An
ArbrPusttoffie.
Pubihed daily (Mndaysmexcptd dungs
thae oleg ea, at 11p ast Wahigton
street. Bell phete92g. Haue phune.
Masaging Eilior, CLYDE L DEW
Bussiness Manager. WALTER R. ANS
EDITORS.
Athetis.........Careence E. Eldidg
News,.........Luis . Stikey
tEchsga....I...Chalet E. Wiatead
Matic........A. H. Ot'tteye
Woen............ Efie J. Amsttg
EDITORIAL STAFF.
Hugh Ale .Fakis C. Paks
Athu C. FPotd.
ASSOCIATES.
Gorge A. OsbrstnUHarldC.Sitt
Ferris N. Smith Getrge A. Bartess
Rbet H. Clattcy Frak J. Clark
Henry F. Schute Hery A. Mntgomery
1). F. Steenstott Jh F. Wr
Glentn D Bradley Flyd H. Jnes
Roy V. Lual
RATES: $2.0 pr year, oat lass it pad i
adace.
Addriesat WALTER R. HANS Business
Manager. 236. 12h S.. Phone 849 L
THURSDAY. API , 12, i-)6.
Editor Today-Henry A. Montgomery.
CALENDAR
April 12-Meeting of Sketch club. In
Drawing room, old engineering
building, 7:30 P. mn.
April 13-Spring' vacation begins, at tte
close of tte day's casses.
Ari 6-Law Sociat cub (ance. Gran-
grs academy.
April 24-Ctasses resumed.
Mleeting of the oard of regents. Re-
grns' room, aw' buiding.
April 26-Organ recital by August
Schmidt in Faculty concert series.
University all, 8 p. m.
Aprl 27-Meeting of Bird club. Mus-
eum1 lecture room, 7 p. 01.
Banquet of the Cosmopolitan club.
Inter-society deate between Alpha
Nui andI Webster societies, leading
to the cup debate.
The appointmnt of Dr. James W.
Glover as expert in the inestigation of
isurance compaies by the Wisconsin
legi sature and the Canadian parianent
is a fattering recogitiou of Michiga's
insraince department. We are iiclind
to be too apathetic to the work that is
ieitig done by our faculty. But such
alpreciation by outside authorities is a
fircible remind~er of the exceletce of
our various departments. We feel sure
hat the services of Dr. lover ii Iis
iiaier will bring fresh laurels to the
uniersity.
I Johnny arrels inc lue the great-
esl alt-aroutd athlete in the worldt Gar-
els gave fresht evidence of his ability
liv treeting the worl's record it discus
mu luyag inl yesterday's practice. The
wviiiierftl sotwing of this penoenta

athlete itakes 'Micigatn's catces lrigt
fr the track chamtpioisip of tof. Car-
rels wiiilie the lrigittattd sinittng sttr
of the iontlfertnc'tieet. Te possessiot
of such ati athlete is the uore creditbe
becatise arrels is an all-arotnd college
man anuttd ant exeptiotally good student.
.\i.SlC.\I, CLUBS ELECT
OFFiCERS OR NEXT YAR
At ut tieting it1 tie titsical cls
heinitUn'tiversitv alTueseay ight,
the anualtttue leitn ofifftuceen for te
clis Ias uni. "Potts" Potter was
tiaide president; "teac" Ellis, vice-
itresidlent; Starkey secretary; Fred
Bushy, itatiager;: I)ont Sterlitng, assistati
mantiager; "Loue" ree, leader of the
glee cliii):George Clark, leader of the
muandoictb.
Potter is well fitted to assune the
responsiiities of ii office, beig identi-
fidrit h the cls for te past three
sears. Ile is ciairtiant of the lirettt
coutitute of te uiersity mitntstrel sliuw
to le givenuti the ear future, ati is a
umemuber of 'htatuDlelta Cli fraterity.
rect has sntg ithPe ctbs for the
past four years. was stloist att first
lass tit the cliqartet this year, atd
is tmttsical director of the uiversity tmi-
steels, anti sotoist at the Presbyterian
chuirch.Ilie is a mtemtber of Sigma Nit
fraternity.
C'lirk hats btent a tmember of the clbls
for foutr years. le is a most capable
mutsieci aand is exiectedl to be a most
efficient 111111fr ledter of the mandolin
cub. le is a mtemiter of Phi Delta
Theta fratertity.
The plais for nex year's sork on
the clubs are already strtd. For the
first time the clbs will le orgatied
as tnearly as possible beore the ctse of
the semieser. 'letitgs of the glee clutb
till le held this year t arurtge fete n
cetly cme ncttteenstt of laors next yer.
The mttanagemiett is plnnitgt gie the
tint twit trips ii 196-07.
PASTEUR INSTITUTE BUSY.
Dr. W. J. Byrs a veteriary strgent
whse h oe is at Cattlotte,nus edis-
chargeid fromt the PasterItnttstittte at
the tuiversity yestertdty, swhere le has
teent taking treatmiett the past three
ieeks. tDr. Byrs was called to see a
horse ilt Msarch r9, ait while exa mi-
ing the animial it it the doctor's left
111,cauttsitg a seere wsount which hus
lnt as yet healed entirely. Te horse
tiled the follwilig day. aid Dr. Byrs
secured tin' brain atidl utportintiof te
spititticolumnt, which lie lbrougheenolDr.
Cuminigs at tetPasteurIstittte heee.
who prononcedl the horse's death die
to rabies. Twvo gineia pigs were ioctl-
aler thl a portiont of the braiti ade they
tiled withini several days. Dr. Byrr
was given the fll twentyoteidays'
treatmtenit at tie itstitte.
At tile presett tmr there are aotiltiat'
diozenl people takitigtretmliet at the
Pasteur Istitute several of womi are
women. 'These patints cmlie froit all
prts of the cottry. A charge a re-
cently bectilmade for this treatmietl
The fee for resdeents of Micheigat is $2,
finr itoit-residets $oo.

Y'ANNICANS DEFEAT
ANt) TIE THE YARSITY
(Cotinuited front page one.)
runts. The gamle wias called at the ende
of the seventth on accoutnt of fatigue.
'T'he score, first game :

TENNIS RACKETS

alt. r. hi. po. a.
Maltrtitt. If. ... ...4 2 2 0 0
'Tuft. ce..........2 0 0 4 2
Reenia..... . .. I1 I I I
Kelley,....11 ... 4 o o 6 t
Wh~leeler, rf....4 0 2 2 0
tDtunne, 1t..t.... 4 o 0 6 0
O'Brieni.311..... .4 0 2 1 1
Pattersoni, ss..... o o o0 o0
tiercee cf ......4 0 1 3 0
Gilbert, p......2 0 0 0 1
DeNeffe, p.t... io0 01I3
uToose ..........i 0 0 0 0

e.
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
z
0
0
0
0

Finest
Line in
The City
Wright &
Ditson's
"Star"
$1.00
Surprise"
$1.50
"Sub"
$2.00
"Park"
$2.50
Ohers at
$3.50
$4.00
$5.00,
and'$7.oO

Totals .......35 3 8 24 9 3
*Batlted for lDeNeffe.

Sian,if. s.......... 4
diills, rf.............. 3
WXalsh, c............. 2
\'elier........ . 2

r.i. po(.
0 13
1 03
005 1

a. c.
01
0 0
0 0
T r
0 0
0 0.
0 0
I0
3 0
61

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ng Make

at
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Students' Bookstore
Special Psrices or%
Leather Pillows
Inclutding
11ICHIGAN SEAL
Vntil Aprill mt
1) A'-"*,L IN 0 & I1ALLEAUX;
224-226 S. State St

Tots............ 29 4 5 27 11 3
By innlings- 12 3 456 78 9
Varsity..... 10 0 0 100 10-3
Yanttnigants ....... 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1.-4
Twso litse iits-Whleeler 2.3'Tree-
btase lill s-1'uartiti. Inintgs pitchte-bty
Cilluert 5,ity c~Nieffe 4. tilts off Cil-
bert 4. off irN effr T. Struck out-buy
Cilbiert 2, liy heNeffe 1, bty \Weler 3.
Batses nut nalls-itoff Cilbet 3. CUtuhirt' -
.\llebauch.
Second gatume- 1 2 3 4 3~ 6 7
Varsity .............. 10 0 0 030-4
Vtttigulls ........... 1 0 0 0 1 2 0-4
Buttuerie's-I~eNeffe, Cilbtert tand'
Deena; : Hilgli and 1Chitatey. lltUir'e
-Taift.
GIRL.S IN CYMINASTIC EXERCISE.
't'lue ginsh' anualuuu gymniaustic exhiltitiutut
hel at Bethotue gytuilatst eveninig was
a seeryprertty atffair. Thue first, secntu
a111( thirtd vear classes were tutu thu ror-
gramutfottestrittusexhiiiilonus such us
clibswvinug'ing, umaurchinig, Cilberttdatucitug
etc., antuthetiteuamti workslistuhan'ee wst
v'ery creditabl e. A\large crttwdl wii-
tned lte exercises.
YACATI(ONATGRANGER'S.
All causses andtt assembllies as usutal.
1Dhuring 'ther v'acation uthur batlctny will lie
topet to ut limtitethnumbeu ir iWednuesdaty
utnie Satiurduty tights tiltto 1u tuclock.
Aftiersvacuation ithur samne charge silulhbe
tmate for baltconuy as downtstairs. We
findl this thur only sway iwe call contrttl it.
Baulconiy prisileges are tubuuseud. 41-42
Suits pressed, 25c; trousers, toe.
Fuller & O'Connor. tf

TeBookstore That's Never
Unesl.Brief M aking
and the
Use of
Law Books
A hook emvery law
Studetit attd young
laswyer should
have.
Price, $200
Cash or Exchange for your
Law or !'ledical Books
C. E. BARTHELL
Phase 761
326 South State Strert,
Ass Arbor, Mich.
Chapped Faces
are wors1e than slapped f aces.
They last longer. Avoid chap-
ped faces-use
WILLIAMS' SHAVINGi

El

Students' Lecture
Association
S. L'A. 'OlF1CE HOURS, 5 to ,6 P. M.
.4~tIQnday, ,Wednesday, Friday.

Moen's"Swell" Shoes
A shoe as well as a suit of clothing to give per-
fect satisfaction as to serviee or style must be made
to please different individuals. You can only secure
such satisfaction by having your shoes made to
order. We have made special arrangements with
Whitehouse & Hardy, Yale Outfitters of New Haven,
Conn., to handle their men's swell shoes. We have
a complete line of samples of the latest Spring and
Summer Styles. If you desire a stylish Oxford,
Dancing Pump, or a shoe for Canoeing, we are pre-
pared to give you entire satisfaction. Call and ex-
amine our line before purchasing.

ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tsa issa La.osr. n Asians
Going North 9:05 a. m..anod 4:35 p.:am.
Going South 7:20 a. m.,t1:3.5 a. m. andt7ctt3p. a.
J.3J. KIRY, W. T. WILLS,
Geral Pass. Agent, Agante.
Tuledo, Ohiu Anna Ache M l
Belt phuone lao-ir Home ahuau 698
t ICHIGAN (CLETin1
Chicago Buffalo . Bostoi New York
Throogh Trains East-8.18 a. mt.,.4d p. m.
4.55 p. mt., 9.30 p. m. 11.05 p. at.
Lscals East-6.05 a. m., *11.10 a. mt. *4.05 p.m.
*8.36 p. m
Through Trains West-2.07 a at, 7.50 a. at.,
9.t8 a.in., 2.3p. at. 10.t0p. m.
Loctais West-224a. m., *8.28 a. in., *1.40 p.
in., *6.tS p.,at.
* (Except Sunada.)
C~onnetios at Chicago fur St. Loais
EassnC(ity and the Wet. -
W. IW. CASE. Agent, Ann Arbor

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CIGARS, TOBACCO,
CANDIES

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334,
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