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THE
LEADING
Tailors
Makers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
sod fabrics for any and all
occasions.I
[ULL. DR[SS SITIS
A SPEICIALY
3118. State St.
I n Am Arbor, Mih.
Engraved
Cards
and
Announcements
Ordered now will
reach you in a very
short time. Don't
put it oif till the rush
season and run the
risk of delay. We're
showing several new
ste ls of cards.
100 Cards and Plate,
$1.25, Script
2.50, Roman
3.00, Old English
Printing Cards from Plate,
75 cents per 100
Sheehan & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or other
personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
office at ressidece 381 . Libety St
Ann Arbor.
ilours: 8to 11:0 a. i., 1ts3:80ad 7It
5PD. i.
JOSEPH C. WATTS

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Entiered as eecond clasemeater at the Anne
Arhbo'Postoffice.
Published daily (Mondays excepted) durn
the ccllege year, at 557 East Washington
street. Sell phoee8i2. Hene phcee 70.
Massaging Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
Business Manager. WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
Athletics ......Clarene E. Eldridge
Newss.........Lceis 0. Sticney
Exchanges .....Charles E. Wiestead
Music .........A. H. Orteseye
Women..e ........Effie J. Armstrong
EDITORIAL STAFF.
llugh Allen Franklin C. Parks
Arthur C. Pound.
ASSOCIATES.
George A. Oshern Harold C. Smith
Ferris N. Smith George A. Barnes
Eohert H. Classy Frank J. Clark
Henry F. Schulte William A. Mulherun
ID. F. Sterensone Henry A. Moncgom~ery
Glenn 0 Bradley John F. Wnra
Roy V. Lull Floyd H. Jenes
RATES: $Sase pee year, ore 5ane it paid is
advance.
Address: WALTER R. HANS' nusiness
Manager, 236 S. 12th Si., Phone 849 L.

FCRIDANY. MIAY 4, 19011.
Editor today-JOIIN F. WURZ.
CALENDAR.
:as 4-Third :11:1:1:11iter-fraiernitsy
assemb~lly . Graniger's. lcadlemly.
Finial ces in iiNorth~erin Oraltoricail
le'agce serie. Oberilin, Ofhio.
NMetig of \Nebisteisiociety.
NI eelilicof Jefferis hil n soiety. I
-lay 5-icheigan1Uioninstrl cp1er-
to rmance. C tii r11Ii hll, 8 11111i
i'er'.ii. Ferrv Iield.
.flceting of \rlellili society.
. F'ciiBasal : Ciagliltlihga
AI ay 10-1,0 hSocial club dance.
First con'cert of NI l c'Festival. Ui-i
vrity50hall , p ll0.
NIMay i 1- Sympholny conicert iiin cla'
IFestiva'l 'cries. 3 p . l
Tonight1: is thle greait oppoyrtuityilthat
the 'tudenits 1ave of shiowin~g their .Nleh-
"10shini i exemi1plifiedl fithe slip-
por of1 a projectl whbchiis aimiecilsolely
lto furthIer lthe clubl: houseproyosition.
The minstrell ca:nilval tolbe given11iin
T:::: (1sill Ihall this.evecinilg was econ-
ceve can:id arrangedxwih no: 0111r en:d
inl vie::tha t ai irose fuiods for swhat
sha:l l bea clubl: hou:se foi'enerr'studenit.
The:: adiiissi::ii has lie:: set 11at lmin-
lu igulre, so that:leveryocne cou:ldl addi
his tithe to tlle sum:. Th~e proceeds swill
b~e give::toIt:eIMic Nhigan C.nion with
so reserve. Thebeshet talen:tsw'lichi Ibis
greatulvi~:ersity' affordls has:1labosredl 11-
ceasin~gly' and 1painistaikingly lt o:ake
every feature a success.
Nows' the stud:ent sody 11as the oppoilr-

effort, 10o:demon:straite its lelief 1:: the
ultimiate success of the club hose tpln:,
and toplceeitse1I ciiirecird as cirn:
poisedl f the tye :of sir: who staid
frst anid last for anythiig whishiellvi
incease and peretate true democratic
spirit.
\Vieintertaiinoixoublitllas 10 the ad-
visabilitiy of the seme p rptosdl by
the senioir laws to have sets at tlhe cms-
mxecemenet exercises reserved1 for
Ifriend:s f ile gi da:iiing csses. The
seatinsg capaiy of lniv ersiy hal has
prosed isuifiix :ientito accommodt'the
large crowxdis atcomm:eneent~e itte.
Certainly tlhe frieiids of te seniors,
cani esipeiialy thoise lwih::cilie Ifrmiia
distanie:,liaive ite firs ciiiitloconsid-
e ration:. if every s'nio:r eere allowxel
to: reserv:eItwo seas mucicoifisin:i
and ixiiyscxe wo,:uldl he. obviatd. I
lay le :bjeced:'that.::six:h an0 rrnge
aneiint xwouildltene to10 malethe fuion~e:
too. esclusiv'e for ai phblicin :stiuionxi,
buxt this les 1no1 seemiito:5us i aldob-
jectioni. fly' this device tlhose mo::sin-
terestei o aeiiia1: s bsetelcacveix: to' x
gel seats, and:l thereiwoldl le sexercl
hund:xred xsstra: seas for tlhose whio::igt
:not secueikelets. 'IThe preent rrcnge-'
w:entl resuls i a mixedl cr1 oild c:andli
is n:ot1right thatcueriosiy seeers soldx
deprive the friend:s ill the seirs of
ilieew'is tihat We sey Coeis b'lie::
declared ieiib:lxe xii e lerneithsul
sie're'regrt lby Michigan x me.:
his residenceer lehe lbvig sot-lputterc
ha:s ipoec im iisell 'icolege m:a::n
genteman:::1assell as 'lgreail cathlee.
IHI sooid b ii dgnx wien, biy ging:
ors, nd no his fritnds sympizxil~e
withimi ov:: ser his uai:lty 1to cmp::etc
for liehiiiga: thissiprixg.
ROCKY M NOU'NTAIN CiLB
HOLDS ANNUAL'AI \RTY
WNith aciflorishio:xsf -11shoters adi
the cracik of xw'hips ithe Rcky Montini
chli;inxbuciikskiis ciiistrs, gllopec
0:11 of twlx:alst iigit, ix:n inte rrbn:
train. 'T'kinig cadvntcge xf the ixx-
povemenxcits f eserl prgress tie
broncho-bstxsers ahandonedcl thiir sadlies
and held iupithree siecil cars 1511 the
TYsi-Ann and:x lleft fr fix lakIeii. I-
ciidetallyitheywxxe crcaeomp:iaied by ac
bunchei:of ipretty, kiledl weser: girls.
Tie Rockly MonItx::ai lubeilowli-ot
ian: annualc affair adcI hitero ha:s le::
hedin iA::::Arbor. 'T'his ear Ixc wild,
rovinig sirit :of the wies six tk posses
sill::ofxithemlthai they swere unab:lxe lo
coine tueml~exseves w~ithi the inrroix
imitiiiof Ann:::Arocr. .t Wlixf lke
they held a big banqulcet, and:l after the
bxoard iwas clearedl they "cleared tie
floor" and:ltripped te light fantastic."
The fidler sas froix Jakson:. N: fatal
fghts haxve bee:: reortecd, aidIatou::gh
several 11:011sxwerefired:noe oot effect.
Several were ixflencediltIo retr: Io
An::nro:r iderIte caffair lby'form:ic-
able:'.4S-clire argmitets.

Michigan Senior Classes Hold Thoir
Annual SwingOut.
f 1'::::0::,romIc:Pa Oge Onexr)
a gauintet of highly' iteresed colge
chuns, acuaintansces ad camera fieids.
'Their gravxity' was taxed to is xutost
by' thie exclamsations of te lower-lcss-
mxienlumshtxsli mad:~c:e temseles most
con:spicuo:s.
NAi:!I The_-grat 'Dee !' " "Yea,
miightly alisixCle::!"''and1:1lila: greet
ings:drecxx'frit man::y a diisomited'
seio ag uled ''Skidoixs.nowx,.Jck! "'
lBll 'Jack" alxas deleinedilx:adil17
andxi 6,.soodi right lxhis giln:s :anxdtfie'
shill after shoxxito1: te oceomingxin~e'
s fast s le cxu:ld pick ut ac'quait
an:ews as targets.
The kosdaktcfied:t was5:omnip~reset.
Iecleicede:and:lsappedt away:irtlxxhis
hear's dcleigs:.The igir at xvii::::lie
leveedt his camser: xever forgtl to:smxile
classicly cand:hget lte tassel f iher
mortar'boa'rd dantglig i":just so' above':
het- 'shllieeacr_- Iyndonhxxlis'f
isill:a ti i:rein xc: batle:v e:c:clded'
lxv photolcgrapyixc bombardmnctx~'x~. IHIc
line ic'p gsthxelit1girslthci: lit usc::.ianx
then'iithe ixbr idb ielr:s Hv'ing ben
''o"thxx ie senioxrs idistitisd. xxhile the
hangers-on ::humed, \Nweii, I xdon't'
kn'ow:xxwhere I'il g11111 ut Im ion xmy
wa~y.'
1:a: 'rin~g-in" faledi't1o:scceedexll
sing-outi. T'elaw hs sto1o1:1by thiir
poi::x::sec' tir dvean':: tat the e:ein~g
parade io u c'entionabcxlxe grment:xs
wou:l not xcbehl.
From ' thx' diss tune on,' xixe'sirs ar
'1O1ANN'I N PRAC"TICEIN I).N ';l
IT'oday-"Dun '" icec'brekis il::
prnl: : agi xas _hel ed:s his srig f
''l'xla neu's' cagciuuliM the : exow
varsiy iunchuipacuedu ' ''NMlly"i' lb:'-
ell. IDllilk's bunxc'xhids fai' to hi'de-
soured i'tauctl.lxut the' :dou:gylit lel
catindc'lrcs utiat lie hils ie 'Ilan~x
ibx:gc':'s"'is-il:''gigc'r'and u"xwihut"i'
Nrrors. Moreover, an lmie ha xs lxeen:
scrdc' an:.'iu o: i: ifficie trugu'tu
the'lii: niesisixls wihout iving is::"enct
claimis xxwi akeitui:' "Ch:illy" --foir't le
varsiy.
liuoicli':, Nicbllisic'r'sys h ums he
shown, and xilie xiii itch:himi:self ifnic-
issary', -to:itim:iidate tiel I cuiulhge rs.
Ile iihad :1noteinitel'y deciedlst 1:n igt
choill x i chvi:this fei'iioin, huhtit
wil ic'aby eCptinciis Vedcli. the
gamexic'liile clledlct 3 :3. 'T'he ipriu-
able ie i-piifor:'tdayc:
V'arsiy-Wedceli.; Taf1t:1, c.;Cliue,
11); K elle:'. 21: Patterson:., ;f'Blrin,
31; 1 Ni'ri::. If: Sanuger, f cDwel,o Fi f
Ilcauxihuge:s---chutei, p; Kenac,.cc
iiniuiierliuui. 1; Covin,::21; Curiss;
hIcuuxsxi iu::, 31:; Nc::xcgc'm' lecie:,iIf:
Pierce. cf ;lDen:y Ccark, vf.

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Beanutiflly etngrav-ed in :'plate
of solid copper and mounteldon ui
tmassi:'e shield of weatlicted eel:.
Get the OffiiliCoat-of-Arms
of Your Fraternity
Dimensions lulohi. Ilnight i lbs.
PRICE, $4.5o
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

FRATERNITY SEAL

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SENIORS-Leave your orders for Satisfactory tailorin~g at satisfactory
gofl stemns amid oak shields at Arnold's prices. F'uller & O'Connor, 6mg E. NWil-
jewelry store. tf liam street. if

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ARKOW
COLLARS
give thin college boy who must dress
smartlyono a steall iicome just what
lihe is uniting for. Beitig made of
Chapemo shrutit fabrics, these collars
wxear loneger than the irdinary, and in:-
sure correet Quarter Sizes. Quarter
Sines insxure, onthter other hand, perfect
fit.
15c each; 2 for 25c
arriy of your good shnps
Cluett, Peabody f~ Co.
LargestinakerscofColl~ars
mandlShartsin the Woend.
O~ V!.Marill FUNERAL
0. M. art DIRECTOR
Office 259 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98.
Rieidente 302 I. 5th Ave. Phone 314.
AMBULANCE OB CALL
Winning Faces
win friends. You can have
a winning face, and a comfort-
able face, by uasing
WILLIAMS' HTC
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tra ilaLeave Aaes.Arbor
Goinag Nnrth 9:05 a. me, and 4:35 p. in.
Going South 7:20a. .n, 11:3 a. m. and 7:33p. in.
J. J. KIRBY. W. T. WILL'S,
Gentl Pass. Agent, Agent,
Toledo, Ohio Ann Arbone, Mizie
Bell phoie135-1e Hie Pe p 698l
VXLCRGAN CEiNT
"Theg Niagara Falls Route.,"
Chicago Buffalo - Boston New York
Thrsugh Trains Bast-8:18 a'm., 2.40 p. in..
4.55 p. in., 9.30 p. mr. 11.05 p. ma.
Locais ilast-6.05 a. ma., *i1.10 a. im., *4.05 pi.
*836 pa..
Throgh Trains West-aim7aaism, 7.58 a. im.,
9.18 a. m 2n.3anp. m. 10.20 p . a
Locals West-2t4 a. in., e8.28 a. ma., *1.40 p.
M., *6t10 pin.
(Exceplt Sna.
Connectins at Chicago fie 9t. Louis
Kanias City and the Wash.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

Students' Lecture
Association
FREDERICK WARDE...... ........

If You Desire to Exercise
in your room in a quiet yet vigorous manner, a paucbing bag
will give you the hoot satisfaction.
The Victor 20th Century Striking Bag
used and recommended by Joe Heitger, the chiampion bag
puncher of-the Middle West, can 'be fastened to the framne of thin
door and is practically noiseless. Mr. IHeitger will use this hag
in hio exhibitions at" the Union Minstrels this NYeek. These
bags came to him t-trough our store, and will hue on exhilbitiotn
in our window next Thursday' and Friday.
We also carry a dull line of
Tennis, Golf- and Baseball Supplies
A new line of B. GI. I. and Victor rackets has just been re-
ceived. Prices range from SO cents to $8.00.
A h The Store of the Students, by the Students and
for the Students.

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SIP CHENTUNGJ LIANG CHENG,
S. L A. OFFICE HOURS, 5 to 61P. M.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

May 16

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New Oxfords
Just Received

WAHR-The Shoeman 218 So. Main St.

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