THE MICHIGAN DAILY4
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THE 'I~1A DAILY MeARre dcamnatiou. counts for little.
ia NlaWa[ 9i tlcrWr 4. .
We carry a complete line of
eLee Slotted Throat Rackets
We have several Models of
L.L GOODS GUARANTEED
We also carry the
Official Newspaper at the University
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school, year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
HAXAINCG EDIT oiI
Walter K. Towers~.
iBUSINESS MAN AGEMi
Albert It. Wil1ey
Night Editor-Mack Ryan.
Get 011f and help.
Leslie Butterfield; a student, dliri..
ous and semi-conscious is either wvai.
dering around some nook or cranny
of Ann Arbor or is lost in the wods on
He miay be hiding in some out of
way place, seeking shelter that was
unfortun ately denied him at ,a certain
house where hae called shortly after
leaing the hospital.
No matter whiere he is, it is ipern-
tive that hie be found and at once. Hie
haas already been exposed mnuch too
AllI day Wednesgaav and during the
eveni, search. parities were out. . t
is the~ duty of every student in the uni-
versity to turn out today a nd help find
Leslie Butterfield, he iic alive or dead..
Let every Juan arise to the occasion
and get oat. M-Veet at the ?Michigan
Union 11at 7 ~t3O a, an, 1eaders will lbe
;assigned to every squad of ten men...
Forget 'youar classes, for the life of
a classmate is worth a thousand of
recitations. iTun out, every trute
Uise More Precautions.
Following- the shocking Titanic dis-
aister, the all-absorbinig topic of the
moment is the' prevention, of acci-
dents. Americans are notoriously, im-
patient of delay and troublesome
safeguards. They must be taught the
criminal folly of neglecting precau-
tions; the responsibility for loss of
life and limb must be fixed' and de-
fined; and punishement must follow
swiftly and surely a violation of reas-
onable laws. As a local example of
tF1he facts. ,'hat we need is intellig,,ent
ai 'on. If each person would bear in
mind the fact, and it is a fact, that
bis turn miay be niext, these accidents
would estop. DO YOUR PART.
CAST, NAMED FOR}
Vreelk Tnedy "lcestm" to be fSt ed
i Front of Memorial Htall
to select from
Everly ono Guaruntfecd
EXHIBITION IS TO BE
VnIM 1-rSlty Bookstore
Wright and Dit on's Strong Line
F or Sue or rient.
Aknnouncement of the cast of "Al-
testis," the master dramna or Euripi-
des, which the Senior Girls will pro-
duce this year was given out by Coach
Dion S. Birney yesterday. The G reelk
tragedy will be given as a spacial fea.-
ture in front of Meomorial hallI. Why
the girls have picked this tragedy in
preference to another of the popular
dramas seems to be; first, th~at a
change from the routine of modsrnt
drama is in order, because this has
beco me, too monotonous; and secondly,
because the academic flavor of "Alces-
tis" is more in harmony with the pur-
pose and (dignity of Celebration wceek.
aThle cast which will present the
.piece is as follows:
Alcestis..... ...Mar'y Bonner
Admetos ... .......Josephine Davis
Apollo .. .......Ethel E. Geer
Thanatos.. ......Rae Banriie ld
Handmaiden........ Louise Tuthill
i ferakles...... ...Lois Gibbon)
1Pheres ......An~ne J. Kolmnesch
P'heres" Boy .. Marjorie 1'. McDonald
Cup Bearer .. ... ....Gladys Pearson
Alcestis' Daughter . ... Alma M. Young
Children's Attendant '..Hazel Wolcott
Alcestis' Attendants. . Ethel -M. Staley,
Grace M. Lockton.
Charlotte Prichard, Anne L. Stell-
Phere's Attendant.s . .EimmaWlsn
Miss Vortruba. I
The exact date of presentation has
not yet been fixed by the managing9
commnittee. T 1he performance will be
at public one and no admission will
When om iz 'Desire
PoriLrait of Quality
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Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75c
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SUITS PRFSSFiD 25c
OVEIJCOAT4 PPRI SS8I) 2S
Designers Of AMen's Clothes, will give yo
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you will find High-Class
es, while you will taste
n receipts. First tirno in
week or $15.60 for four w/eeks.
-ated Cooks, Strict C~eauixness."I
EDWARD R. ROEHM
240 woodwmrd Ave.
51h Floor, Detroit, Mich.t
Badges, -ovelt,ies, Station
tiH rvand Decorations.
wB }Yuriginate a nda~skt in
o4~ dL,6 -nin,)* enib lu1s or ' ew
oJ 0-an iationls.
this now prevalent carelessness, wit-
ness the manner of our Huron river
canoeists. It is safe to say that less UNiVrER$IT'Y f
than one-half of them are dependable
sw~immers; perhaps, one out of ten
could rescue a friend. All --embers of the
Canoeing is ordinarily 'as safe as boar(d< oimittee nmeet
_iny other sport. Sitting still, sitting 4:;30 p. nn, Imnportant
low, avoiding; swift shifting of posi- p'and members wvh
Lions and sudden motions, the canoe, S udymyscr
if not too heavily loaded, is reasonably dc' aea h n
safe. But accidents are inevitable;,an6 4 o'clockc.
reckless or ig;norant handling will e -- r sh lits paYciaK
er continue, and it is to guard against fr:om S :30 to 5:30 is _
the'fatal results, which 'often follow, MAeC-.ing cof Ca_-goy l
that precautionary measures are ob- 5 *m.
served by all sensible people. The Senior lits, may or
canoeists who cannot swim.. are= prob- commencement invitati
ably at this time the most vociferous A. window on Monday
in_ placing the blame on some one or 3. to 5:30. This is p0s
other for the lack of lifeboats on the chance.
Titanic. And yet, at the first oppor'- J lit baseball practic
tunity, without heeding the lesson at fair grounds.
wihich thousands of fatalities in 'the.. Composers for the '
past should have taught, they, will'opera meet at Union
endanger their lives, and the lives of th is evening.
their companions in a canoe with nei-
ther air chamber nor any form of We have noticed that
life-preservers.. Not before two or about an affliction of th
three lives are sacrificed this season:, it is conducive to a spas
will the simple and inexpensive safe- !guage. As the prophet
guard which a cork-filled canoe pil- is no ill without ,gain.
tat Union today,
o pla ye( las;t
ion betweenvc,) ;:30
.15 ('tles Friday
'.'. 1 [lll
bu sine'ss stf-f t
ions at the S. L.
Ly, Mahy o, fro0m
isiti vely the last
ce today at 3:30
Lat . 1 o'clock
Lt the best thing
he throat is that
.ring use of Ian -
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SLIP ON COATS'
into t I e: two 1bran s
years, d earvs of t~lbacf
producing a smoke tha
T'rot everyone will ap
P'hilip 1%4,I ris rtroma-
never a pjeal5 to all.
want tobacco, here it i3.
COX SONS &. YII'ING
Cap-,, Go xis anid
Hloods forall degrees
Send for catalog of Phti Bea Kappa Heys
No. 686 $5.50
=" 00 the pc
If your (I
trial tin of
J. A. GREY, Proprieto
402 West Broadway
1107 S.'University Ave.
E; J. Lahr
i M "I
ight. Theatre & Dancing Parties a Specoialty
)R AH STATE STREE'T
Summer is approaching
-Lets both get busy
-Seasonable and suitable Tailor-Niadi Togs
All garments mades in our own ships.
p j _ f - _ .
The P'. B. K. Sobbers met in
vention lawst evening.
L... . s -
The soph Tits have voted down caps
and gowns for this year.
~.We trust that our all-knowing CounIt
will explain to our feeble intellects
how this Conference, which he informs
us exists, for and because of Stagg.I
and mioves only to do his bidding, came1
to cast this same Stagg from its in-
ner temples into outer darkness.
A LARGE AS SORTM1ENT OF
In halves and pounds. Phone as
703 Packard St.
I Detroit United Lines
Oni information to Division Superin-
1' fll Allf'n, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit
~by officers of Varsity or~
~rgimauosthe movement, beyond the
~'t~ivOf the regular; service, of any
2r( n Of students to or from Aran An~
,r r. °_ir1, c::rs anud extra .4rvire will by
0 on,, in4 uir''gMrs. J. RD
C 4R 1ru jils.lraLdaBy n~d. .
Everytlig ,b trnvB t~l: iu- FAS"PIONABL
tise t" . 'flt 1ice hours. a.-12a. 1-5 and 7I Hair Goods, flairdri
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921 E. Huron Street, End North 1 Zth Rain water Shan
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CORNER SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
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