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- THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
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TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Entered a seoedclats matter at the An
Arhor Peteleie.
Published daily (Madays ecpted drig
the colege year, at t17 East Wahigtnt
street. ell phne 82. Hme phne 76.
Managng Editor, ARTHUR C. POUND
Rustaras Maager. WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
Neaws........ . F. Steeston
Athletic,:......Clarence E. Eldidge
Exchanges........Charles E. Witstead
Wome ............Effi J. Amstong
EDITORIAL STAFF.
Louis D. Stickney Faklin C. Park
ASSOCIATES.
George A. Osbr Harld C. Sith
Rohert H. Clancy Ferris N. Sint
Henry F. Schlte Williacm A. Mlber
Gln D) Bradley ery A.Motagotery
lay; V. Lll John F. Wr
Flayd H. Jones-
RATE: Salt per year, crc Sans it paid in
adance.
Address: WALTER R. AS' Busness
Manager. 236 S. 12th St. Phone 49 L
SATURI)AV,. SlAY 2, 196.
Edior today-GLENN D. BRADLEY.
CALENDAR
May 12-Miseltateotus progratm in May
Fesival series, 2:3 .30i.;to "Aida,"
7:30 p. n.
asebaill Michigan vs. 1llinois, at
Chiatmpaign.
tow a dcll)election, 12 :45, it Ro0o1111,
STe idelbutt (f the track teamlth lis
afterooon s1111(l~e mate tr occaio
for a(1 ethsiastic display of Michigan
sirit, as it offers tie first aiic las
olpporltnity- to see te traek mnrail
comapeitonl 011Ferry field. IHavng
dlemtonlstrated at Philadelphfia tat we
hadi te est attto0111naer, it (notre
mains 1.fiotr attlees t deet te en-
ti re wiet at the coiference.etwesseen
tiat date, hoiwever, is Ciiago-lneera
negligitfie itlltiltil. Toiay's tmeet will
iteide tie mttake-up of tte teaml to rep-
resent \icehigatn in thes-e two eonests.
Andiilas5 ie iwantte est oen in ol-
tigiintiihe tettis, te stdets told
sttart themi off wiittiliteeceers that tell
f active tsuport. Or atllees cattnot
let tierebest ilnles sutrredl 011by ative
suppoilrt, aiidte sultdenlts alloecall fr-
Onantotler fied 11111 before a Ihotile
pultti, te ~ieligtill baseball teta will
feateed rivatl. Needless toi stiy ortest
wishes tare sti thtem, btithle arsit-
me-et l igoe ill a citiicit root for
the aiteit to welas teIreset. This
(git tt le -imolsr ifleceet tttct
usitoFernv fieid ihisatfernoontl.
After im oiths o and 11woirry ie
Sonecnt Coiincil htts peseted to the
tiadercassis Ite rles a(n11 regulations
gouserning te con tests to le eli next

week. For cottletenciess ati fairieti
to biiihttclasses they cat hardly le i-
provedlitdfr these reasons we be-
ieve they will tic fitidwstrtalie. If
so, it swill be ta great victry fir the
Counicit. which took ilt the fight against
hair-cmtg ia the face of srog511-
lent senimilent, atti carried its point.
Th'e vicory wil1le miie cmltplete ext
meek, rosidititg the auiderlasses eer
into teiliit ofi tle ctilests switthte
hietrtiiiess lbheyshsluldlt manifes.
liy nakig these contests te st-
cses we hopecfr, the unlderclasses
swill nlit itnl be stipiporting tae Colncil.
butialsoi their oswn colmlittee whila
liorecd lalnfully Iand in litit wit te
Coutnicil in its efforts to sle the knotty
troiblenasif class rialry. Thle Conil's
tirecauttionls. s well as te reptatios
of the judges lnamed, garatee a fair
detl for each itle. We hope to see
evi-ry undlierclassmant h usy Friday adi
Saturday striving for the honr of his
class.
MICHIGAN UNION COMMIT-
'lEE F;NSM INATE.'S CANDI DATS
The cmttlnltee aapoiiited lby te
XMichiganll Unionltonoinae candiidtets
for the ioffices of that orgaiation for
the ensuin g year stuimits the folliwiig
list ofi nominees:
Frrtresieit--Arthur C. FPouiid.
Fraink . lIeIcli.
Fotr literars iceireident-tarry
il, lEliard I. lucius. arry C. Pot-
Folr enginleer vice-presdent-tCltudce
C. ('urtis. RobertlE. bMoagle, IHatrr
A. Wokman.
Fur lass isee-president-Vene C.
Alibersol, (George Itownler.
For medic vcepresidet-Geirge 1.
MvcIellan, 1Mairy A. Sibly, Robert .
Wells, Rtalphi r. Walker.
Fur sie-residtent at large-Harvey
C. Pltlock, ident; R. G. Froelick, det.
For recording secretar-IHerbert W.
Ctrk.
candidatte for the office of recrinig
secretary, asit has bieen fossil more
practicabtle to have tie same manfillil
this potsitionllas5long as ossibie, oigi
to the expleriencee reuired.
Any oiler mtembelir of the Michigan
Unolnlmay te lnomlinated fcr any of the
sice-iresidencies tupotnl petitiont sigei
by 20 m~emb~lers of tie t.niotn fromi his
respective idepartmlent, or for tietffces
of presiidentutand recoriting secretary-
1111011petiiun siged by 20 memblers of
tile Union. 'Tese 1nom1inations must ie
in teii days iefire the eletio,swhict is
hielil Slty 26.
J. A5. Raswlins Cairm(til.
C. S. Andrus.
I. L. Co.
R-. I, Volneyer.
Commitee
STEVENSON MADE NEXS
EmiTOR OF TIlE DALY
Davidt F. Stevenson, 'ni, has beel
appointied ncls editior of Tie Daily for
thle remlainider of the college year in
place of Loufis D. Sickney, resiged.
Mr. Sickney- sill renain on the edit-
oritil stff of The D~aily

-CLOSE CONTESTS EXFECTED
IN VARSITY FIELD MEET
traininglthis srinig. IHoweser.Ihe looks
tgoodl for first in the hiuured, whlile
Clark shlouldl le a good seconid. Illte
220 this orider maylt le resersect. as Clark
tis ini better cndliiion t10go te rote ill
tile longer distance. Brisol tand os-
111a11 sill ie the cnltendlers for third
placi, althlougllhtowmtantas111ot ownl
ret 111a11he cant stick the outioor dis-
ilanci.
The meet tis afternloo wilt give en-
thuistsithieir first oportuitliy 1o see
Johnntlly arrels ia comnpetiionl over tie
highihuldes. Thelg d(sus1 troser
has ben clarinlg the btrrirs ill greath
form, andlil he Keene Fitzpatrick looks
ileasecdes-ry timie lie swathes im, the
great coach swilti111ventur~e a predic-
Ilt ti ll o hourfast Jonnliy cat rnht ie
20 yarids. "Dim~li" Itoidgen shouldi will
secttdiiiniltie eselnt.stti Mticontseit
Gaitres souldl live n odiffiult ill
takititg tielotituirdles frotm Iodget
andi Shaw. If the wsetiher tand track
are ftisorable a brokehaortileu recori
'The only othacreetnts ill wh-iihilGati
telsshold ~ llscot-c tie the idiscus (1111
shot. The fitnsi(((iediiis is eenti c-
chilsively, (as no oneICelse has a lolt-it
oa first plac, ssilehe awasilltproatilty
ititifirst.
Fruenc-bhtoos bsttil tielriaiijumpta
wsithi IHeathusecotuad. tuI iln atauumer
Cluris is ill a ciss hby hhitusefis far
ashis oppionuenhts tidayrtre conucernedci.
athouiiglihutadeha ls eenu ioitg goodll
ir-k. Markter 11(11(, SitsaundiuB isottp
isill light it ut ith ie pole sauuti witt
ciltuuces faviorinug te fortter. itc
shouildh tiw itehighsjuump, waitS eete,
Cox andui Dodds fightitg for sconidi.
Roswe ataiDl111shbouuld salk off wit tie
first tuwoplides illthe to-muile respec-
ti-ely swituttally trouulie.
Tile elellis wilhle calleipromputl it
2 oclock. 'Theucofficials.: Referee iaid
strter, Keete Fitzpatrick; tuatttucr.
Frncis W.lHillister; clerk of coire,
SiW. ,Milard; tassistatcens, Sii
IHoyt, Robtu Go tischal, RbtliSill
cairn. . X.Joci-lynu; tck j utges, J.
N. Tiutotas, F. 1,. Dtulta, -W. '1' Fishu
eight; field judges Crl Kustercr, J. N.
Mayardo, HitG. Cotors : sorers. Cly-ie
1,. D~eiu,-I. 11. ierce, C. IP. Eldriuge.
og ENGINEERS WIN
FOSTFONED) GA5.MI
Tile stophottobre egieersdni efe-tuidi
tie freshu euginuersyesteruday it tie
hush titneid gaimue Ibya iddoreof 3 o 1.
Davussnttpitchdilfornthe wunntes aid
hiel his opont~tes to itue hit. Ii
uptfittwlsas snappy ati a stut-ou swas
innrrowly averteud 1by te freshataet.
Fraster titchdhaigoodi hatl for 1909, but1
his eamtt's faiure hto li cost hama thu
gamne. Till-site:
'oS Enuginuers 10 00 2 00 0*-302
09g Caginiers I(0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 1 3
Batteries--Datvison anutch Xlittigton,
Fraiser ndlKeley. Umpire-Reed.
AT RANDALLS-Senior rates to
tll seniors ill senior cdeparmntus. 57-59

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SENIORS!
We will print ioo cards,
either ladtes' or gentle.
nan's size, in ainy style
Script, Block, tar Old
English types, as fol-
lows
MR. WILLIAM W.RUSSELL
Mr.s Arthtur dfanr illlsatiol
for oily
75c
Other sizes of type if de-
sired.
Leave orders at
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

Brief Making
and the
Use of
Law Books
A book every law
studeint aid young
lawyer shotuld
hav-n.

Att excellent present to
give to your friends
who attenld the Festi
val, containh the finest
p lito t o-engravings of
the Camputs, Buildings
and sutrrouinding places
of interest ever pub-
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Papter buntid
50 Cen~ts
Matt finished, leather
bottnld
$1.00 Each
Sheehan & Co's
Students' Bookstore

Price, $2.(X)
Cash or Exchange for your
Law or tiedlcal Books
C. E. BARTHELL
Phonse 761
326 Scouth State Street,
Ants Arbor, Mich.

Special Prices 02%m
Leather Pillows

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M1ICHIGAN SEAL
Usittl Aprilltt
DARLING & fIALLEAUX
224-226 S. 3StteSt

Insure your Face
against irritation. Keep it
smooth and healthy by always
using
WILLIAS'' CAWK
W I L ASANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.

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

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THlE
"VARSITY" SOFT COLLAR
Trade Mark Registered

The Neglige Collar
The latest wrnkle in the collar world is
the high double soft collar, worn with a
soft shirt aid held together with a gold.
safety pin crossing under the four-ini-hand:
It can be worn with any kind of a tie and
is both comfortable and smart. The idea
has met with great approval. Our first
shipment was soon exhausted acid we were
conmpelled to re-order.
This second shipmeint is now ready for
our custonmers. We have tem ins both tie
blue aid white.
A h CThe Stors of the Students by the Students and
for the Students.

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SIR ClIFNTUNG LIANG ICH-ENG,
S. L A. OFFICE iIHOURS, S5to 61P. .M.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

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Going North 9:05 a. mc. and 4u35 p. mc.
GoingSouth 7:i0 a. m.,115 a. m. andt-:.3lp. m.
J. J. KIRBY, WV. T. ItLLS,
Genil Pass. Agent. Agent,
Taledo, Ohio Ann Arhar, Mich
Bell phone 135-Ir Baome phone 658
"The Nilagara Falls Route."
Chicago Buffalo Bolton New York
Through Trsins Eastl-.18 a. mc., :3.45 p. mc.
4.55 p. mc., 9.30 p. mc. 11.66 p. mc.
Locsast-L.05 a. mc., *11.1l am., *4.05 p.m.
*8.36 p. M.
Through Trsins West-2.l7 a.m,,1.58 a. mc.,
9.18 a. m., 2.3p. en. 10160p. m.
Locsls West-Il4 a.m., *8.28 a. mc., ai.4S p.
cc., t6.ll pM.
*IExcept Sunday.)
Cannections at Chicaga for St. Loais
Kansas City and tine Wont. -
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

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