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May 17, 1906 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILYy

Gi. . WILD CO.
THE~
LEADING
Talors
4AMakers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
[ULL DESS SUITS
311 s. State St.
AnnsiArbor, Mih.
A
Little
Early
maybe, to talk of Com-
mencement, bu0t it's
not too early to remind
yoo that books make
by far the mot desir-
able gifts for such an
occasion, and to remind
you that an excellent
line awaits your selec-
tion
Sheehan & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Special Prices or.
Leather Pillows
. Icuding
7IICIIIGAN SEAL
UntIl April lt
DARLING & 1ALLEAUX
224-226 . Sate St

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
tEtered a second clatscatter at the Atn
-Arhtr Potffine.
Fttblished daily (Moday excepted) ding
the collee yeat, at 117 Eat Wahingon
street. ell phoe 892. Htte phne 76.
Managing Editor, ARTHUR C. POUND
Ruiness Manager. WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
Nes....0.... . F. Steesan
Athletics ..-.......Clarene .Eldridge
Exchanges .......chaileE. Wistead
Wometee......_fite J. Armtrng
EDITORIAtL STAFF.
taais . Sicey Franklin C. Paks
ASSOCATS.
Gerge A. Oshor Haold C. Sit
Rbert H Clacy Ferria N. Sith
Henry F. Schulte William A- Muiern
Glenn 0 Bradley Henry A. Motgtomery
any V. Lull John F. Wrt
Fnyd H. Jne
RATES: $sasa per yea, tor $a.a i paid in
advane.
Adreaem WALTER R. HANS' Busines
Manager. 236 S. 12th St. Phone 849 L.
THUIRSD)AY MAY 17, 1906.
Editor Today-HAROLD C. SMITH.
The itterest maiested ititter-frat-
enily basetall this srig has beet
marked enough to britg abt a healthy
rivalry betweit the various chapters.
Mvost of tie fratertnities ae regular
teatms atn several gatmes are plydl
eaclweek. This lbritgs is to the ques-
tion, why cannttio a schedule of gaies
tbr arratigediamtntg the varots societies.
It is toto late to try such a systemthiis
year, butt au arrattgentu of te st
for ext sritg wottldle iproutttive of
ttticht heatby sort.
07 LITS WIN F'ROMI SENiORS.
htt atgrrisonttfitist te jiodulits
wotn frontt their time-itottoredi rials, tie
sentior ils by st score of9 to 8 yester-
day aftentoot. when two ttettsiret
in thte eighth ott tHolies' sitge ito
right fcli. The setiors ook te lead,
anid tstte a bitt for their first itteclass
victory itt fotr ears of efort. Tie
jtititor.sweettnt it te air itt the cutly
stages. btt itt the last ininitgs kept plg-
gintgstway ttttil they were in striking
distanice. Tben HNoddy' Holomnes, te
dimititutive lbatsmtatn of te jtiiiors,
steppedi to the plate tae1 raiie ott a
siingle, ettatlinitg Scttlte atd Sitclair to
css ti' aniwitt te witninttg rnt.
Schltte.alto ttirledl for te mits,
was optsrttitt the box by Kiyo fie
itti. 'Tur little Jait itced ut steady
gatie touttght he hat notititg over his
husky Gerttatntppoett awlenitroam
to effectivettess.
The gamto, however setstiotal, served
io show thatt te ex-chtatmpiou ~nir
lit. tave practitally o sittwefor te
Score by itttitgs:
906 its..1 2 0 3I1100-8l 9 8
907 lits..3 1 0 0 3 2 0 2-) 8 to

CitORAL, UNIOPN PROGRAM.
Atut tmerting of thelotritofnitre-
toes of thteCUiversity Musical society,
ueit yesterday aftertnotn. the schedtle
for text yetr's Choral Uiioti series so
far as has ibett arratged tas ylaced
before thte irectors. The first tntmbier
is otte of especial tmerit ..A contract tos
bteetn sigttetdtwitht ,\adatte Scutttastt
trut, ho vlt is to apptter iere itt a sog
recittal to le giventh Ae ltter part tf
(Octobier. thins is rttnket as otoe of te
test attrauctios- sectredi here itt seteral
years.
Tue secontdl ttumbler tis -itte d espe-
illy at thie grstiicstiott of te pttitlr
Isstes. Eithter Sottstr Creatre will
binlg is teitrld famiots handtt here for
aconcert twhicht aill irobailtble onte of
tile motsItpleasingt'numbtier othie
1'Te titietconicert witilblegie th ie
Rnie lt rtettittdtthtefoutrthtbitsomettt
faitotts violitist astyvet titdeterttitted.
Thte fifttttumttber, to be bel ittJtt-
tiary, till teain'nttiovaistiot. Te Corl
Uionti led bytPrifessor Stanley, wilt
give-concstcert withouiitt te accottllsui-
tienttofsat orchestra. This is a et
featu re' in loaltittsical circles atttd is
Professore Kelsey resittent of te
botard, it- eenutast ight si: "We
re givintg thlte vtieours a torougtstat-
ilt liiiiiti till itrodutee seversl ess
thittginit the Msay Festival series telict
re hountitilto tiriserpopuar. Te mu-
icalsuo'ciety lorks forwardt to a prser-
:MICHIGAN IIONOREIP AGAIN.
Proif. Jattes Waermanot Gltver left
Sautrtay afternot for Cinicinuati where
lie till coitduct snivlestigaioni of the
(anioti Cetntrsl Life Insurance cotpianyp.
Aboufitivio aeeks ago Dr. lover test
comployvedt by the Wisonsintisratnce
commutissiotn toin tvestigae the sainitg
it compaisnies doinitg busines. in tatt
state, attd ttae retorts of the bisitess
of ltt the large westlerut cottpyotis, sit-
iterito the Atrmtstronig ivestigtiittof
te easterti compntyties. Ablout te saue
itte. he receisedt ottatotittttett front
thte Cstaia iis n itsrace cotmmiissionto i
cotndttct aninivetigationi of their coti-
Dr. Gloveriegsttt hi'seotekitt 'Wis-
contsin by inve-stigaintg te Nrthwsest-
erts Life loctetd at Miltaukee, the c-
tort f tehicht is ot yet cotmpleed. Itt
addiitiont to examtiniig tie ooks of
compntie beated n itWiscotnsitn, te
cotmmoissiontin ttettds to report te statd
iitg of all the ig westertn cottptaies.
Thte Unioni Cettrstl compansty promtised
the commttissioni a ftl retort of ter
Itusitless aboiut fou etrsoks ago, attd Dr.
Glovr's vsitt Citcitttati is malily
for thte prtpose itt ihtrryitg tp tis re-
tort.
He till rettrtt here todsy, an leave
itt a fete das for Torotto. It is ex-
tectedl Iis travels itt Catada will extend
oser cotsiderable territory. He is away
itt siestertf absetnce front his work itt
tr univitersity- ttttil Septettber, wettlie
exptects Ibto s-ae cmnpete his reprts
for bot cotimtissions attditill resttme
his wioriktete.

FACULTY CONCERT TONIGHT
'fle Fscilty cotcet t le gi-ni this
etettig itt Priee teitorisi tll rol-
ises to euusti tiltsne.Tutr hie seasotsis
draswittg to a close his prograni eitg
te last bit otettid it seem.. to e in-
itided tiitttehigh orieri titeto sis-
tainth iroutghoiut tie setis shall tsr
rotrtactedlto tihe svryend.uTIhe ties-
eiii entitrtainmutent, ahinth tas t t otae
bentptresettedeit iois tit the Mbay
Festiv-slsapphese ii to ae lost nothuinig
thrioighin irtg deferired.
thur istishartists awill partticitae.
Mahsrie Schadeinditi Hnrirn wi till col-
boeste in Berethtovent's C mitor sntals,
autd the stter, later ini the eveig will
py ioe itf hi'ounicomptositionis cit
itledt "A tDeadiLleaf, foloswed by the
ever popiulsur Re' Moto Perpetutt, a
it-steineiovitsably callitg forth ret skill
iii the sart itf thin tortformoer Albert
Louckiwooiditill playupChopi's faitouus
Basllade OP. 47 a Rossn-Lsttctopos-
it., andh Mtotsiutsku s I"Etieles."
'Nillismitotwila~-tn wtill tpresniiti x-
licit groutuiof Ilatitis aiiiSchouttosutt
soitgs. cosing the trngraimt with a tion
iiuisodeii slectitiuis.
VEICANS l 01.11 INITIA'TION.
The ur ilcaiis the seiior eigiieeingl
icie, leld tueregulsrin ititatiotn andi
anutu last iight. they asembliin i
.heir rooits si theioruntec of State andli
I iherty streets. sud tiu s8:30went iu a
uusuy to thurCutting sfe, wheore our of
thur host ipleausant auth succssfulh att
tuetes of the seasot tesshldru. Thur
toastsswa-e e specialy iterstingan
thur genrasl stirttawhict lrev-aitled test
''te itf goitdufelowsip.
Thurtliii'forunaste juiuos to be 'sit
'ightl- honiored blinrtg tkentinito thin
society see: J. C. Garrets, J. S. Cur-
tis, R. G. Steowart, J. A. FishleighIIi
I,. Coe,. . AlWXenell, H. S. Tutlock,
S. N. Hot . XVB. Lewis sutod C. It.
C.\MERA ClUB RP,A\NS CONTEST',
An thormetingo f te Catusesracutb
touts fr thi n'rttest to bel unthetit
neaurfututre cceudiscussed. Esen-sti-
detis urgtogu iicmpeitee.stnt muyp th
sit uposnu upaymentof si nominutal fee.
!Memitber s ittthur ciuitsre exemiopt fromus
enutrantuecfees. Printe s- ueruten ferund
up Cainiusstnd Lytont.
Arrangmenrts tere discussedt for tte
uisplayotfte exhisibit of thur Interta-
itoal Phuotographic assocsition,wsi-hn
conistos of thor followi-ntg schoosuls : Mici-
igant, FPennsylvi-stosiWtilliamos, tBrowt-n
WVisconsin. 1llin ois, tnion,tDhsrtouthtl
santdtHar-strd. Thurpictures sil its alt
probtaility tic exhibitedl its siState shreer
teinote about Mae 28.
Itie of thorfsct that thur lutes)
csamesra clutsjoinedruthur associatiot butu
recenitly, itstmoemtburs it-rc itueligible hi
ceoote ito thuis inerolegisate'cottest,
sattdlarc therefoiec urged t puttfortht
every echotelto toake the ocasl crntto
LOSTh-Smasilhguld sahi, tutuFifth
aveue-iu, hsetwueenu :nn1 tuu tPacksird. Re-
hirnt 303 E. Aut. 63-64

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either ladiest or gentle-
man's size, in any style
Script, Block, or Old
English types, as fol-
lows:
Me. WILLIAM W. RUSSrEL
Mrt. Artuer i teorirrE lat~mtetl
fcrrutnly
7.5
Othler sizes of type if de-
stred.
Leave- orders at
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.
Brief Making
and the
Use of
Law Books
A book every law
studetnt atnd young
lawyer should
have.
Price, $2.00
Cash or Exchange for your
Law or fledical Books
C. E. BARTHELL
Phonse 761
326 Saouth State Street,
Ann Arbar, Mich.

Students' Lecture
Association

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The Neglige Collar
The latest wrinkle in the collar world is
the high double soft collar, worn with a
soft shirt and held together with a gold
safety pin crossing under the four-iti-hatnd.
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 and we were
comapelled to re-order.
This second shipmnt is now ready for
our custonmers. We have them in both the
blue and white.
A h The Store of the Students by the Students and
for the Students.

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creamy and lasting, is the kind
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old reliable
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