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rry THE MiCIOAK DAILY

0.. . WILD CO.
THE
LEADING
Tailors
J'Makers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrcs for any and all
occasions.
FULL DRESS SUITS
A SPECIALT
3111 s. State St.
Annm Arbor, Mich.
What
to
Read ?
Our Circulating
Library settles that
question for you.
In it you'll find
ALL
THE
LATEST
NOVELS
which you may
read for 2c a day.
Sheeban & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Special Prices on~
Leather Pillows
lIncldng
M0ICHIGAN SEAL
Vitl ApriloIt
DARLING & fIALLEAUX
224-226 S. Stat St

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Entered at secotd clasttmatter at the Att
Arbor Pstfie
FPublshed daily (Modays excepted dring
the colege yeat, at >>7 East Washington
street. Belt phote 892. Home-phone 76.
Masaging Editor. ARTHUR C. POUND
Bussiness Manager. WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
News........ . F. Steenson
Athletics .......Clarence E. Eldridge
Exchanges........Charles E. Winstead
Womne......... .Effie J. Armstrong
EDITORIAL STAFF.
Louis D. Stickney Franklin C. Park
ASSOCIATES.
George- A. Osorn Harold C. Smith
Echert H. Clancy Ferris N. Smith
Henry F. Schulte William A. Mohr
Glenn 0 Bradley Henry A. Mntgtmery
Eoy V. Lll Joh F. Wr
Floyd H. Jones
RATES: la.nopr year, or $.nn ipaid in
ad ant.
Adsreaa: WALTER . HANS' Busines
Manager. 236 S. 12hSt 5.. Phone 849 L
THURSDAY. M/AX' 24. 96.
Editor today -ROY V. LULL.
T omorsreowoccurs the opn ai romess
meetiag of the Uiiont ad it sioult te
the best opell air metg ever hd at
the university. Saurtay or' baseall
teat wilt cross 1hath.sit oieof it'.
stroagest ioponen'ts (anttIthe stdetr
iody call at least shoswteir sport of
tie' varsity bytulrning 00ut meldtassrig
every tplayer of teir hety spport.
It is. 01s(1desired tat te mleetilg
shollltd voi~ctle geierl setimlet of
tile stuldents. itregard i t.to tetpooed
pictre of tDr. Atgell. Every Miligatt
'siudlenttis Ibehindelthis ro el1and1sou~lld
le 011l1h1111 to slow is loylty to the
univ15ersivy and otr president. The pro-
mo~tters (f the ma50sseetig sold es
commltenldedl forthIeirtplns 01111 sork.
presel.
WXills tie (applrath ie te examts 0111
c111111ecemtentilhe quesions tgait cottes
to te front aout reserving setts for
tite immltediate friettes of tie gattaes
til Junle 21.In ityears 110s1 notig of
tis kittdihas ibeel done (111(1relatives
of tte gttiuates loseeloftel acto1
sanid tit at te ommiaeiiemenit exer-
cises. Somtethiitg stoldI te doreitis
diretioi. Tile seiors ofi tietdifferett
depatrtmsent s soldlgel togeter tandrtco-
oiier ale 10 secure for their friints at
least reserved seats for te exercises.
It seetts Ialsisceraiii 1110t 501511 11101
couldebetieveisedl to iobtaiiithisisretlt
and111stilt1(1not eroticthoilte deissocrai
stiint ioi 011rtiiiversity.
The alas'. aeeing riigstp te idea,
whell)'tilw ee tave I aiiindcincert every
Friday nigtigioiltetcamps from nose
till tile examls? Weve tehle bantltth le

"OUTl OF DOOR" NUM-
ER OF INLANDER
Tile "0Out of Door iniumter of te
tIlaiider issued Mfay 22, is esery btailup
ta the usual statdard of exceleide.
Besides two etertaininig sories, Twen-
ty Miles to Jiatown," tby Eteleber W.
Wadroin, 111(1"The Spafford's Hoiey-
111001,'"iby'Patl Soti Mowrer, te
iiiisibei coit'iiis two1 essiys wel worts
tile rin iiigThle firsi of these, "The
Spirt I of Adventure," lby C. P. C., is
aplea for a "course of traiinhg ill ad-
enture,iiind idearre froma te coi-
i eaiona it No excieiient,ite swriter
heliesvestut tiigs to imake oesiser
said1mor1e alsve stotldte the ojets
foi which te rigtsindsaed adveittrer
seaiiriles Ile sperioriy of ife oer
hooks is foicefilly aiiit etrainilgy
sri fort.
The second of tese esstys, by luer
C. Aidaiis, cntil hllelptI111arrest te at
tentlioni of atl, ty its title, "Loafers."
Thse author c'iiifessesltiohobies, amoig
thieiiatre ti comletee tatoo of smoiniiag,
the ss'arng of a good tat, adthue
obs~ervaint studty of character. Hr gives
the wss'dart latrge tietbeieftof the
last tiiid wortiiest f tese antis ati-
icle.
Ini tiereditoriali etited "Pouar ss.
ClassivalMuXic," the cotroversy ee
iwen cihe S. . A. aid tie Musical
Associatin iiregdtorl itie reetiolt
ofi Soisals pa'ltof the rigraiiiis
reviwe I.Tice sriercottcludes that,
as lily 11aj01its of siteiits prefer pol-
lie o lasicavi liusi, popular they
shlouiild ae; iiiid tuat, if te ciiiiro of
mial niuiiiibes is tulaeud ithtie ihads
iii thie Susucal Society liith teir
"ighiei ideiiat ailmusic'Sousa sil te
hteard in AnnAa .riir lieoitore.
'Cii" Gatelli is ''lure" wihis usutstal
tamutsiig cartion, while tie ''Dast of
Humaor" is ticsetsic as ever ill de-
picin~g certiiiiphiss of tniiviersiy life,
notahlyite "Athleic Notes ii 1932."
NEWT PLAN FOR SELECTING
LAWY REVIEW MEN
Ini formae years the faciity ists pickei
imeii for the Lw Reiew, ut this year
a ess'planlailts bseninisitted. Te
class will inorie ledt frmtii sirrailnnul-
bers tile mlos catitible iseii1o coisiute
use Revie. Tie faciity thiei wiltake
tiles iamsrsuiidirrtdiviseiienst. ft is
thoughst thaiitis citiige will e ait
aidsvacement oer the outdplaas05tie
imembsters of the class wil fei a more
iirect interesinillthe tans elected.
The law' rxaiiaaiiaos tre low nol far
off anid te ilttes hate already eeii
plosed. Tile Juniiors biegiii Jiii 2, asd
the seniors aiii frsshmii Jnei 4.
Mr. Rogers, of the fris Rogers &
Red, of Cicagi, began his tectures o
copyrighsi law last M~od~ay. Mr. Reed,
of liar samie firtm, stars Iis lecures oi
trademtark lass'nex Moday. Tilefras
is a faiiouis oureadboti utic are i-
terestingE ad iisriietie seakers.
At ue coites of tie Ceiitra Oraor-
cat league iitiDelawar, Ohio, W. H.
Taylor of Corniel woni firs place wihi
the siibjec, "'XModerrn Teidicies of I-
tercolegiate Ahletics."

SPECIAL, SIJAIXIER COURSE
IN FIELD STUOX'
Thse growiag de'iitidiiaimiiig Itehers
aisd stiudeusts of natuire for a practical
coarse us hield siady has led the three
departmasiterested to offey a cois-
leased coarse ini this ssorka, to lee givenl
ini tir comsing siimsiiir sessionl. Thse
work will consist of insiruction ini phs-
siographyl, 1501011' till1zoology.,10to e
given bly Asst. Freif. Kratus, Dr. G. P.
Biiriis 1and1 r. I). it. Casteel respiec-
tively.
'The coiurse is diesigiiei for thsose prec
parinig to tetichilathre stiiiies inthe
primary tniis teiirmieiate grades, aisd
for ltesers iof iphysicall geograp~hy aisd
field zooilogy ini high schtocils, as sseliltis
for studensswhoiiiesire a seide grasts
of thie geiieral. eleiieiitiry features if
isatiiral life.
ARCHIIE IhAH N AND OTHER
CONQUERING. HEROES RETURN
Ini Nese YunkCiit' great lpreplaratiiins
are bieinig miiitio ireceiveities'ictiiuiii
Amtericanatalesiiswh'ii competed in tile
Olympicfegamiles ini Greece .Memiibirs of
use Nrew York Aitileit inklu, tie Irish-
Aiiiricaii Atlsetic clib iiiiiothertht-
ltue orgaiza/tioinis iif tile miitropolis
save chat'ei'eida yacticiand115sw1iiiee't
use tirristals idiwii tileibie. Duirinhei
reiiaiinder if the seekhethievewsiltlibea
ro'oiiiif itainquts iii nriof the sis-
ltois anid it is iiriibaible that' the iniv-
iduiitl athletes stilllie isresenteed iithi
oiher'testfittnials if aamoreasustsatial
latire. Archtie Jaitt i ifhpiroblyiLbte
hors.
S. Hi.'ferrythue stir half-miie riiiiier
of the Uivsersity if Peiiiisyis ,'ifa's
tract: health.dietdtitteran iotterttatinfit'
appenudicitis.
MMiE. SAR'AiIH Ei'Ni.Ri)T
AT'IGHGi 1 'UAXRDIARVORY
'T'heatre sihecitalswill euse :Michiani
Ceustrtal slat iotio 6:45 P. ini. Retiirnfig
letasesDetroit ath ii :43 P. ii., AJIhayie
huardtliniihur'fa'rew'eilh ii'rfiima'ce-
"Camuille." ]Faire fre returnl lviii8os
centls. Orider yiiur theattre ticketls if
J. I. Refiger, liothuhiiiine s 9i-5,334
South Stite sireen. 69-73
THE PALM.\S ROYAL.
'fle Paltiis Itatl,209 Etast tLibierty
sireen, hats oittaetti nttexqtuisite lithe of
taiiir-mateeshirt wi tssit tieleaLtest
summstser styles. There is thueliing-
sleeed ttttannish shtirt wstithe golf,
itue tenntis waists, Is serll a s e lingerie
with is dtaity elhowssees'es. Thurmt-
erial is Irish hntn, wiie thuredesignts
shiownti ttilan tuembiideries, tches and
pleats atre most bleautifl. This stohrt
is also preseninug tile fintest coillechtion
of Russian11 etnd Tiurkishthiatmtmeredi
brasses ever offeredl ssest of Nesw X'ork

SENIORS!
Orders for printed or
[ngraved
Cairds
to accompany Commence.
ment invitations should he
given at once to insure
prompt delivery.
Engraved Cards, $1.25 up
l0t Caids aod Plate.
Printed Cards, 75c p o
Order Now
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.
Brief Making
and the
Use of
Law Books
A book every law
student an~d young
lawyer should
hlave.
Price, $2.00
Cash or Exchange for your
Law or P'ledical Books
C. E. BARTHELL
Phone 761
326 Soath State Street,
Ass Arbor, Mich.

Cuec.

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LOS'T-AlhatDelttaPhi jesselsuich-
left. Retutrit 534 Suthii Stile. Re-
wardi. 6g-71

Students' Lecture
Association

E
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THE
"VARSITY" SOFT COLLAR
Trade Mark Regintered

The Neglige Collar
The latest wriukle 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-inl-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 and we were
compelled to re-order.
This second shipmnent' is now ready for
our customers. We have thems in both the
blue and white.
At Ghe Co-Op
.The Store of the Students bey the Students and
for the Students.

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Trss.daaLae.va Assm Arbor
Ghoing North 9:05 a. m. and 4:35 p. m.
Gfoing South 7:10 a. m.,11:35 a. m. and 7:33p. m
J.3J. KfEBY, W. T. WUILLS,
toni Pass. Agent, Agent,
Toledo, Ohio Ann Arbor., siob
Boll phone 13a-tr Hoae phone 698
,41LOHIAN CENT4J
"The Nigara Fagls Route."
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trains East-8.18 a. in., 1.60 p. a.
4.55 p. m 9.s p. m. 11.05 p. oM.
Lscals Ipast-6.05 a. St., *11.10 a.m., *4.05 p.m.
*8.36tp. ro.
Through Trains west-L.07 a. nm~,,7.55a. in.,
9.18 a. mn., l.33p. m. 10.10 p. m.
Locals West-224 a. in., *8.28 a.,in., *1.40 p.
St., *6.10 p, St.
*t(Except Sunday.)
Connection at Chicago for St. Louis
Kansas City and the Wst. -
W. W. CASE, Agent. Ann Arbor

If You Value
your face, protect it from pain-
ful irritation s, and keep it soft
and smooth. Use
WILLIAMS' SHAVING

C IGARS, TOBACCO,
CANDIES

THE MECCA BILLIARD PARLORS

334
SOUTH STATE ST

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