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THE MICHWIAN DAILY.
IEntered as scond clsmatter at the Ann
Arhr Pstelbie.
IFPblished daily (Mendayscexceptd) dring
the eolege yea, at tt7 Ea Washign
street. Bell phane 82. iHome phne 76.
Maaging Editor. ARTHUR C. POUND
Busilneas Managesr. WALTER R. HANS
YEDITORS.
INewss.......D. F. Steesoen
IAthletics ........ClaeceacE. Eldidge
jExahages ..... Charles . Wistead
Waes ........fi J. Aemstrsg
t EDITORIAL STAFF.
taLois D. Stichney ;Fakli C. Paks
ASSOCIATES.
lGerge A. Osor Harold C. Sith -
IEaert . Clasy Ferris N. Snubh
IHesry F. Schlte Willia A. Mlhrrn
iGlees D Bradley Hery A. Motgoary
Nay V. Lll Jh F. Was
Flayd H. Janes
IRATES: $I.5e pe ne, or ase i paid is
adasc.
Address WALTER R. HAS' Rsiness
Manager. 236 S. 12th S., Phone 89 L.
XVIDN SDAY, MAY 23. 96.
Editor Tday-ROBERT H. CLANCY.
Yestercdays aselall defeat twas i-
deed a disappointing oe. I was lhard
for- pariotic men: to sit aside and see
a Michigan team::g: dow:: to defeat;
estpecialty so, as iit:s ase Mchign:
stoodl tp for the west against the
lauglhty east. Michigan was defeated.
true enotiglh,and 11thoceawho loave
wratclhed the work of the basehall tem:i
this year realized tla the poor slowig'
twas t least artly due t: a severe ceasel
of stage friglt.
'there was one redeeming fetre ii
the ganme, aid that tas the rooting for
the A icigait tait:aiidlthe perfect fair-
ness of treatm:eit accorded the visitors.
Yell after yell was give:: for Michigan
and imany a "glad hand" for the tork
of the easernes ; and all this ithle
face of a defeat such as fete Mihiga::
teams are suffered i: past years.
Amherst will doibtless eticr:to the
cast tith ticeiimprssion that athletics
in: the iest hoave alitays lie:: overaed.
There is oe possiiliv left. Chicago
anidIllinois standclbietwee: Amhiers ad:
asep of the twest. Should boht or
ctter of these teans defeat :them
atter thoogly and Miciga: rove
hersef the hest i: the wes, the defeat
of yesterday awou:ldl le erased to sonar
extnt at lest.
The laoject uof le Uioi Io:seure a
Iictce of President Agell should meel
witl:hte heartiest support o: the cam:-
tius. Fr nearly tirty-Give years or
venercable presdent has adm:iistered the
affairs of Ithe itniversiy, lbrigig lanor
iio the univertiy, lar sate an:d te natio.
The Ipainting y Chase will bae oe of
the fiest wrks of art we have-sonme-
tin~:g which ill stad ot two hiundcredl
ver:s from: now even stroiger tan to-
dlay. Ther Union is asig only smiall

,amounts Irom::idiidu:als sit hai every
studenr:t nay hate a share in: it. The
faculty tie:: and oiler adm::irers of
PreientSAngell are anxious:I::to ci-
baute. 11 is :o1 a sater of doy butt a
privilege fr every Miciganmata: to do
lift lar:ithiswtrd. I:till e somie-
thing thadtietill bfar aod of :throgh
tie com:inag years.
(Cotinued leramPae One.)
C. 1. N:orto, 11. D. Nul, A. Okes,
R. (. OBrien, J. V. Olart F. Blds,
G. A. Oshorn,. M. C. Otto, J. Git,.
P. A. Palmetr, F. F. Pamper, ,. 1E. Park,
J. IR. Parkhurtst, EF. FPaker, 1E. 6.
Parcker, F. A. Paks, F. C. Paks, H.
Partlow, G.X. Patterson. 11. G. Pat-
tecsou:, A. I. Patrick, E. . Pettie, .
XW. Pndrletom, C. Al. Pen:oc, J. X.
Peterc. Pelacer, 1H. . Petesmeayer, .
H. Phi::::ey, . 1H. Pierce, (. I. Pitc,
I. Pin:gre, C. 1. Pinne:y, F. Pisoiuis,
F1 M1 Pun:kett C I.Post IIG.1Pos,
H. 0. otter A.C. Pountd 3.1H.Pow-
ciT. J. M Patt F 3.P::ais JF.
Prest:::: t.F:rson,:J3 T.PriceXM.TD.
Pypes, F I.IRain, NHP RamtesI .
Ranal . C.(IRatlns XV Rymon::d,
61 E. Red, A G. ReedI cenwick H.
F Rcynick 6f.(G.RiceXW.XI.TRic,
61 G.IRichard~lsnARckel I.A.
Didell. XX H. Riecks A I.Ritcie,
. XV.lRobb, S H Rberts I .
Rogers XX I.IRoer:s 3.ARollns:.
S. A\. lRu:'rter, . os, .F.
1oss C.Rowtely, FRowlI L.Roys
J. IReeen,1H.FRoff XXH. Rssll
F LSag: C. RSaltsgiver, L..Sd
lec, F 1.Sa'gerccR RSattle, A .
Sttidir:s E.I. Saiswlo:,T M Swyer'
I.1 SaweJ . y 30Shlliitck::lRI.'
Scototstacedt . 3. Sroc, C .'
SchroederI. 11Shrop C 3.Schtck.
I: J Shnur,: ITScu~t, FIN Sctt,
XX B Scott. A. J3 Scully 3.Sars,'
J F Siler, 11. 3.SemnouriL M.'
Shiepad, H CSharp, 3J. . Shw
XV B Sham, J C SatG HSl-
ton: IT A. Shields. C. Shieso:: ITR..
Shorts /.Sitmon,::RITWXVSnclie, .
H. Skit:"s H. A. Slate:, H 61.51lusn,:
G. D.Smakecc 3.IK.Slouata, SR.
Sitall,3J. S:::at A.L Sitetles6.
C. "Sile. A. B SitC N Smith,
1) F SnithiIL C Simith, H B.Smith.
It B. SmiuthtJ3:,IH. F.Smith 3.H.
Smi:thWXVJ3 Smnit, F 1. Smtithies,
C. E. Smoot C.eSmoyr. FSomrs H.
Sotle C PSpa::leIccWXV1).Sio
E. B. Spr areG 11Spaue 3.F.
Sn:odgass 3. XV. Syde, A X.
Stalker,6 A. .Staley, C 3.Sarky,
IT C StriccG. St Clar:F.Steel C.
Sin,:S SSir:::WXVG SteinerI.
E. Steiniltuer, F G.Steveson HC.
Sirveson R.ia:GI.( SewratLD.Stick-
icy C Y.61. ticket, 12N.Stisni,
IT G. St Jolt::BH StohaJ. XIStod-
dar,::d. Stnetr, H. II. Sly, J. XW.
Syntons N.IL.ITaneir, C. 1E. amisi-
iitz, H1.XV.IaftI. L Taft, C. C.
Tarho,3J.H Taylor, M. B. Taylor,
W. L T'aylor, . XV T'est, H. P.
Thaomuas3J 61M 1 Thomaas P. F. Toasa,
P. 61.1Thotmpson. B. Tomapsn:, I.
. FThorp G.TI hoctac, I. C. lTur-
nai, F. F ITIott:: I. H. Trem:pr, I.
Trix is L.I Iroui, B. C. Truelod,
I. C 1 Treblood F. H. Tuck, B. S.
Tuitill I.HB.alentine, N. G. Va:
Ness I.D.VniSlyk, C. I. VaTye,
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(7, C. Vagiuc. .t;, . (Xall, 3, IT. 6Wal-I
Icc, A.1E.XWalker, F. M. Walker, H-.
C. WXalker, 3. 61.XWalsh, XV. IT. 6Wa:st:. E IO S
61. A. XWatsoni.T.IT. XXWalter, L SE.
XWalter,It. J. XWambiaoltd, 3.1E. XWare,
II. D. XWarnuer, H XXashnurn, 3. XV. Orders for printed or
XVatlitg, 61...WXatson:, 3.IT. XWatson,
F. XWeary, U. S. XXry, XXNV. W. ede-
uueyer, C. IT. Weeks,' C. I1. Weilepp, .E elJ A et .S en
stin, It. S. WXlieeler, T. XWhite, N. A. Ca d
XVhiteliradL.I. C. Whitmiore, A. S.
\Xhiitrey. S.PE. XWhie, IH. 61.6Wier,
II. It.\~tis .XX ~hauY o accompany Commence-
Wiley, G. .A. Williamas, S. IT. Willittams, ment invitations should be
XV. IR. Xfiiiiisonu C. 16.XWilsuon, 0. C. given at once to insure
XX Iso::, C. 1F.XWinsead, XV. S.XWoodh, prompt delivery.
G~. B. XWoodh, 3. F. Wooudrcuff, 1-1. XWo,,
AL. \Volf, IT.1E. XWooley, 3. A. Work, Engraved Cards, $1.25 up
I'. B. XWork, ID.XWitt, P. XW. Yallosricli, tot Cards and Plate.
11. . Yates, 11. l. Young, U. Young, Printed Crs 5 0
P. A. Zanug, 3. Zieg, D. F. Zimnmerritan::, Crs 5
IT. XX. /1inussecschuid, .6. Ziwet, IK. Zwtll-
lied, 3. C. Zouhiugrr. fi
hut add~itioni to th~e abosve nameirs Sec- Order Now
rtary Stevenusoni of thur Union las cc-
duesrtiet thur followinig list to hue sub-
miitted.liehr wishes sofc to annonce uuc
that anivui o u :not rmenionued' sou far:us 3 *f l
not regiularcly listetd as a memcuseur of thurWeI
CUnionu. If there aire aily wvio a:tteddh H R
thur hanueit last ff a ndl has eee
om::itteud sou farthcey maity bc rcguiered1 The Bookntore That's Never
ly immiieuiaely seeinag thurseccretary sillUnesod
thur atliuni rItt::. Sucl:othcrs twhou

cotuldI nuuotateind thur banqduieTtush fall
adin: thtatty bacoumeamemerihcs, miayr
udu so layrgisterinig uor a: fee uuf twetrly-
Iiv ecenuts. Memruuleshitptickets rain: he
dobtainuedh inthud'alftumi ro'omuu anty' daty
fromuu 2 uuu ft t). mi.
'The .'Uioun wan1' rtht e'pleto lknuow that
thur Michuigan U nionliu snost t tclotse cour-
pora'ttionu, hut fthat it is four M'ichuiganu
Isete:: er''yutherut, fau:ly, studuentsan
Jf. 1-1. Allen, Jute Barr, XV.'T. Itall.
IT. 3. Baec, 1E. 3. hBeftte, F. .6. lBeneduict.
G. (C. Black, 3. N. Chla, IT. Cthcat,
IT. XV. Carrier, I,. WXX. Carrcier,XV. Coch:
rante, P. 1). Cotopter, C. IR. Cruonkh,1E.
Cute, J. P. Ciutitir, E. 3. Dh~till, T.IT.
D~avidsoun, ..1)Dhefuoe, IT. A. Dowdt':,
G. A. D~uthie, XW. 3. 1Dudgen:, D.I).1
Barraha, F. S. Dunhslam:, 6M. F. Denuise,
Duimtfordl,IT. B. Bdmuonusun, 3.IB. lEd-
maounsuun, W. G . Es55dC.V. dey,
ITC Eas S .Foot, IT Forcemain,
WX 3. Fitzgcerald, PuismaI11(turrett.
J. 1. Gr,uc .(WX Giussnicldfr 11. 11.
iltn Rft .IT 1 D Hildebtranit,1. 3.11cr-
ma. C.(G.1 Iuhf:ardC. G.17 1 rig
W. 1. lusts, V.IHallidayA.IG. tar-
:ey, E.LiI utlcuddeuthicd - S.C.1 hatha-
wtay. 3.'A.Jacksotn, H. F.Johnusonu,I.
G. Johnuston, J.3E1 KernusH. L.Relly,
.Xl.I Knoltl, Langleyhr . B.61tiaiuny',
XX XXW. c l-ertl T, R. Xf M c 17n, . 0.
Motliey, 11 . .1,:csha, F. A. Mlellen:-
carnph, F. I. Mouour, 61. 1D. Mackey, J. G.
MchMackenu, A. 1. Medrtr, H. A. Mont-
gomercy, XV. 0. Mhurph~ey,61. 61.6Mc-
Lean:, C. U. Northl, D. F. North: , 1.
Osgrbly, 17.17. Owren, IT. II. Pardit, A.
1E. Ram~asdell, I3. C. IRoys, 17. A. Rush,
Z. E. Sevisons, C. 3. Seburig, P. XV.
Simupkins:,XX. Shenuk, F;. G. Smuithi, 11.
IT. Sm~ithu,IT. 1E. Sutioti, A1. A. Stutart,
L. Steinbercg. Sopher, 3. C. Tinisley, A.
A. 'flitilow, C. 6:icftell, i6. I,. Twritch-
elf, F.* Yandterveen:, L.1E. XWarnier, XX.
XVorceste'r, 3.XWtolley, 6. IT. Woolley,
C. XXise, V. F. WX'lcox, XX. 17. Watkiins.

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COLLARS
give the eollege boytu hmliuist drecst
smtartly ott A Sinaltincoteattejust 'wthat
he it lookintg far. Bhein~g made of
Cluec'n shruk ftabrics, Itese ucolars
wear hanger then th~e ordinaory, and itt-
sure correct Quaeter Sires. Quateter
Sioes insuree, onthle otheertantd, perfect
fit.
15c each; 2 fore25c
any of youe goodu sholps
Cluett, Peatbody C& Co.
and:Sitis in:tte tWorldt.
0. M. Martiu IETR
Office 201 S. 4th Are. Ph~on 98.
Residence 392 S. 6th Ave. Pthone 314.
AMBULANCE 05 CALL

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Students' Lecture
Assopliation

THE
"VARSITY" SOFT COLLAR
Trade Mark Registered

The Neglige Collar

The latest wrinkle in the collar world is
the high douible soft collar: worn with a
soft shirt and held together with a gold
safety pin crossing under the fonr-iii-hiand.
It can he worn with any kind of a tie and
is hoth comfortahle and smart. The idea
has met with great approval. Our first
shipnment was soon exhausted atid we were
contpelled to re-order.
This second shipment is now ready for
ottr cnstonmers. 'We have them in hothi the
hlne and white.
At Uhe Co-wOp
The Store of the Students by the Students end
for the Students.

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in farce comfort, britng big re-
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fot tin tile faniotts
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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Trap.Iaa Laeva Ann . Arbor~
Going North 9:05 a. mansd 4:35 p. a.
Gloing South 7:10 a. a., 11:35ta. a. and 7:33 p. a
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Benti Pass. Agent, Agent,
Toledo, Ohio Ann Arhor, 1Mb
Hell phone 1351lr Howe phone 69
"The Niagara Falls Rout ed"
Chicago Buaffalo Boston New York
Through TrainssIEast-8.18 a. a., 2.45 p. a.
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*8.36 p. a.
Through Trains Wet-2.07 a. a,, 7.m8a. a.,
9.18 a. a., 2.33p. a. 10.20 p. a.
Locals Wist-224 a. a., *8.28 a. a., *1.40 p.
a., *6.1e p. a.
* Except Sucnday.h
Connections at Chicago for it. Louis
Kansas City and the West. -
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