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311 S. State St.
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Entered asscound clssnmatter a the Ann
Arbor PFstoffice.
Published daily (Mondasnexcepted) during
the college year, at 11 East Washingtn
street. Bell phone 892. Homne phune 76.
Managing Editor, ARTHUR C. POUND
Business Manager. WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
Neon Editor...... David F. Stevnson
Athetics .......Clarncno E. Eldridge
Exchanges ...... Charles E. Wintead
Woen........Effie J. Armstrong
FDITORIAL STAFF.
Luis D. Stickney Feri N. Smith
ASSOCIATES.
Gesrge A. Osborn Harnld C. Smtith
Robert H. Clany Willianm A. Nlulhern
Henry F. Scbulte Henry A. Montgomeery
Glenn D Bradley John F. Wnrz
Rony V. Lull N. G. Pierce
Floyd H.Jones
RATES: $l.ss peyear, or $lass it paid in
advane
Address: WALTER R. HANS' Business
Manager. 236 S. 12th St., Phone 849 L.
THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 19o6.
'h Iltis issue Thle Daily concludes
is steenthcollege y ear. Durin11g the
past nine mon01011s1 011 edtiors a1114re-
pore 1rs lave laboredi conlscientiously 10
give Tile Daily.a positioln inltihe freot
rank If college papers. Typographic-
ally Tile Daily surpasses tlhe like efforts
of 1o111ercelleges, alnd anothser year twe
w1ill strive111 inlake itlmoe 111011ever
a molll ew sspaper 111 tisirespeet. 'We
lope 1to acelliish this by a reorganl-
ization-1 of tile staff, wiieh will divide
tile Itorik molre evenly 011d place 11101
reposiltyontlhe stronlg 11111 rf tile
staff. Necessarily thte detais arce1no1
vect wolrkeed oull, so a fuil expanlation
of 1111,1 these chanlges trill be 0011110
be 111040a05vet.

1110uive~rrsity hopital pass te weary
1111111 111000easily by lo ftlev mafaies
0111 readinlg mtater ith ie bolxes ill Uni-
versity hal marked for tat purpose.
This is a11 easy act of cariy, and the
appeai of te ospital authorities
sholltd 1101 go nheard.
SENIOR RECEPTION AR-
RANGEMENTS COMPLETED
Everyhing hos110w beeno doe by the
senior ommittee111s to make the s011100
receptioln 0110 (f the most successful
0ellits of commlelcoement week. With
til einlg strains of music from
Fiscilr's orhestra at 9 o'clock, Tues-
day night, Jun~e 1, it is fotdy believed
bly tholse ill charge will be begulte
best recepioln ever given1 by a gradat-
111ff class. The "get together" mtove-
111011 1101b10011felt her, 01101for te
first 0ti110all deparmensl utei n 110lttils
reception,. makiilg i an11all0011100 affair.
Vtisitinlum10111, fcly pope 011(
un1derclassmen011are ol privileged to at-
1t1nd.
Fischler 1511 promlised to exetd hit-
self 0111 give tile best prograto 110 110
eser gitvetn at1111 An Arbor affair. The
dancing is to be ill arbor gymunasiuml,
11111011wsll be tastefully decorated for
tile event. About mtidigt a supper
0111 be served Ill order to avoid
crowldinlg thte commlittees hae limlitd
tile numberi1 of tickets to two hsundred.
Ab11110 half of 1110s0 lve already 11001
disposed of 0114 it is believed that 11011
swill be left by Ie eteing of the rcep-
11111. ff001 forty ladies, moters of
gradates, will be the paronesses.
IORE GIFTS TO THE
UNION FROM STUDENTS
Tile subscriptioo lists for 1110Atgel
mlemlorial iporrait 11a15e 110011wellcir
rotated 011111fftie suldent body ad1110
mlaority of tile sudentls lve respoded
Thlose 110 lave 1101 1104 Onlopportnliy
0110 wishl 1o subscribe mtay see H. C.
Steeotn501ill te a lui office Success
for 1110 projec seemls assred and it is
hlopedi 111111aolwsooh11000not been p
proachied swil1 see Mr. Slt eson as soon
s possible. Subscrpions may be ad-
dressetd to tile Michigan Union.
Tile folowsittg new subsrpios iave
1)001 secured for tie Uion 0111k 11011e.
This comtpleies Ie list s(o far s it has
been repored up to te present time :
$100-Jamles A Husly; $29 eactRoy
Feebles, George Rebec, Eugene House-
ma0n, John~ A. Wssiger; $10 each-
Ceentl M. ilderman, Erving Harper.
t siould be roemembered that to the
case of sub1scriptions recived, Ie first
hlf payument will 1101 be asked for until
0110 year frotm now. The scod half
will 1100111e51sittmonihs later. The 01l1k
houilse is 011 object desired by all Mich-
ff011 10011atd up1tote present 11i00
stdetstta01(1a01110111hate been respod-
111f nbly to Ie efforts of te Uion.
If Yout wan a piture of your room
or a groulp, 01111 Lyndon.
SENIORS-Leave your orders for
906 osteins and oak shields at Arnold's
jewelry store. tf

WO.IEN'S ATHLE7TIC
FIELD IN FROSFECT
"Are we goig 1toiave 011 atletic
field?" the unitersiy girls re askilg.
For several years mucatention has
beenl givent 10 baskeihal, but it i 0111y
recently thai Dr. Hlelen Brooks, 1110
soonet's physical itructeor, succeeded
in introdulcinlg idooor baseball atd to-
nils. The otdoor tensnis courts are 110w
gisvei over to the girls for a part of te
11111. But tie desire for ff0110al out
dloor atltetics has 1b0011 increasingf, Oaid
Ito supply 1110 demsad some groundll muls
110 f~oun stwhere tie girls cn e iilefree
t play their Ivarious glles.
It has een sggesedi that a art of
Ferry field 1)0 ff1001 over to Ie girls
1111 nteither Presidelnt Angel nr Deaii
Jordanl aproise of this 1p1an1. Professor
Fallengili. slotly before his 40011, sgf-
gesteid that s~l~omeofte lad 110110the
olbserv aory 110 secureil for this pulrose,
1101 nothinglffhas 1100110111110to follw out
this'sugge sto.
D~r. Brools said i11 seakinglf of the
planl: 1"1101-0 tried 1toreose ii. ' girls'
enthusiasm5111for 0011-of-door 111105 011(
our1 glad to s0ee111111they are0 becomlingf
itrersted 1in them.IWhat wr relly
neidis 000f1i01d, fenced illo hth
grsaentdisturbed, 01111larg eoui~lg
for 11111e itlay ibasbailllll dotoolr
basketballi 1011111, 011d1 iocey. For 11he
hockey 010110 we 11004 a Field 1a1o01t1sit
11y one ihun~dred feet, and toi acommo-ii
date all1 the sports we shall11nied (10110
a large piece of ground. I kite spkell
10 111" regentls 111)0111it, 1101 0syet noll-i
111f 110s 11001 41)11. 1I11011e111111the girls
soull110 all they 001mto sl ir ) p lnthus
100111for lie mlovemet."
'The administrationl (f 1111efgaiils
00111111101 le a rdifficlit poblemll. A
little over a year ago tie Woen'sAth-
leic Associaiontws 15ognllzeedianditi
ha lOS ad 111001111100it troll tO the in-
W~ih tory lithle troulelOit0011111enlargeff
its scope 1o iludileOthe 0outdo0or 1111o0ts.
FRE'SENTATION OF
DAILY' FOBS TOM1ORRO\\
'Te fobs ffiv01) 110111110s of 'Fie
Daily staff for honorle00)an11111cnlscie-
tioiis 1001v100swill 1b0 pesntdi by ite
.b111)00 of 00111001 Friday,Iat 2 ('clock,
in1 Roomt C, West 111l11
ON SALE
'Th1is m11001111ff.t1 o'clock, 576 (f Lyo-
(lol's pcture5at (100-11a111pric, Ill
Quarry's drugstor.
I wouldlikhe to meet esery mlembl1er
of this year's senior class 1111hol be
115 1110mariket for a busines 110 tecnlicl
poitil~lon y 111110aft1r0Jule15I. I\ r.
Watrut, assistain i the tecil ed-
palritmentof 0110 Chicago offce, (i l d
11000 frobmThiursday liit~ill nay to i-
terview allytechtnicali 11011wlolmlay 1)e
ilteretted 10n0110 popoitionl. We 11110
11004 1011o00twelve lawyrs foralrgO
hite andttd u11101ompany0l i10Ness'Yok.
I, H. Hlancard, rprsntinlg lap-
good's, Room o 2, Cook Hulse, till Sll
urdaly' 0v0ni11f.

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WE
PAY MORE
FOR
Second =Hand
Text=Books
than yoo eon get eluowhere.
Do not dispose of yours un-
tl yoo hayo received one cash
offer. Woecan
SAVE YOU MONEY
W.,A HR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.
LAW
MEDICAL
and
DENTAL
BOOKS
We are just as anxious to
buy booksas to sell them.
We have to do about as
much of one as the other.
We purchase anything,
from a small parcel of
books to a large library.
We hive a reputation for fair
dealing and shall be pleased
to pay you cash or exchange
for your books.
C. E. BARTHELL
Phase 7hi
326 Souh State Street,
Ass Arbor, Mich.

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0htwht oe ffort 001n accom~plishI will
M ed ical b d one 1x year. We fully realize
tersosbillties tIat 000 ours because
and all Deparmnents of thit- ftepwer we tttfluoeice over pubslic
setmn.Ottce a day the colutns of
University orpp ea 00111)04e by thousatids of
1111101six i 0e aoeek we tinfttuee
ATst fillhogh. 'Tlus 00emay do 001)-
scosyt ((ogil 11110editorials, or 111-
conscously biti te9111005effoctively
S e h n Co's ff0110001e 101)00tenorof 0110 news
Iolu 1s. B 11ineither case, you Imay
Students' Bookstore 11e.11110 11101 0110influeitce will always
bI'l twarsd conservatismO in)college life;
the e~liinationl of thie "r01-rah"i" 5a
_________________________________ crying_ 01n11fe1101110this Oand every otheor 1111-
F'O , vesiy.Our0columnt~s wiillaoys be
opnfrtevpressiont of respontsible
AD AT RESE T suden s tient, antd 'e will always
0e 011ffmog te forces workinsg forl
lk te adsva11cemient of Michigals spirit, ite
.1 l~ 511() 11011 ,IPessos, supportl 1 f0 stdet gotvernitent, thes
UBassers, Piuow, Souvenir SoosgrosstIllof Ills'Union, o0110tletiic 1prow-
i. ofAl. tPi, Hat Plot, Watch ss 0114d1111 othter healthy Mtliilgan
Fubs, iEtc.,Etic. 111111 etis.
DARLING & 1IALLEAUX Stuldents leaving Attn Arbor for use
226 S. Stats Street summ111er msay help thte convalescets at

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ou use
VILLIAMS' SHAVING"

I Autocrat Stationery

Students' Lecture
Association

T e urn r .A 't Seri es is something entirely
flew A erie ofdelightfully artistic moonlight scenes,
four designs. Printed in two colors and silver. Can be used
for passe-partout. Boxes are made in four styles, the regular, the
deep, the tandem style, and the wide flat box. The stock is high=
grade, 60-pound linen1 cloth finish. Envelopes in the new, deep.
pointed flap. All tied with white taffeta ribbon.
Tops assorted in all styles, retails for
35c, 40C, and 50c
PER BOX
Discounts to members.

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Trssta Len~veAsaep.Arbor
Gosiag North 9:05 a. m. and till p. m.
Guing Souuth7:20 a. mt., 11:35ta. m., andl7:33 p. as
J.2J. KIRHY, W. T. WILLS,
Genl Pass. Agent, Agent,
Tolnedo, Ohio Ann Arbor, Mihh
Hell phone 135-ir Home phone d98
ELCHIWAN .CENTRAL~
"The.~ Niagara Fails Route"'
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Traiss East-8.i8 a. in., 2.40 p. m.
4.55 p. in., 9.30 p. m. th.0S p. m
Locals East-6.05 a. in., *11.10a. m., *405p.m.
*8.36 p. m
Through Trims Wet-Ill7 a. in,,7.58 a. mn.,
9.Sa. in., 2.33p. m. 10.20 pm.
Lscals West-alt a. in,, *8.28 a. in., *1.40p.
as., *6.10 p, M.
* (Except Sunday.)
Conanections at Chicago fur St. Louis
Kan ss City and lbs Want.-
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ass Arbor

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