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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

State Street I

Vacation

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State Street

Tennis
Wecarry a complete line of
the Lee Slotted Throat Rackets
We have several Models of
these Rackets.
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED
We also carry the
Pm
R~ackets
$7 ad$
$ edSheehan's
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
Typcwri tcrs
For Sale or Rent
P Y PEW R IT IN G
0. D. MORRILL
322 So. State Street
Gman eriean a _aiBuJ
LIBERTY AND MAIN STREETS;
A most convenient place for your
banking.

THE FUCIHIGAN DAILY
Official Newspaper at e. University
of Michigan.
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.
XANAGING EDITOR.
Walter K. Towers
BUSINESS MANAGER
Alb.ert I. Difley
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912.
Night Editor-H. Beach Carpenter.
Real Michigan Spirit
Never has Michigan spirit been bet-
ter exemplified than Monday and
Tuesday, while searching for the body
of Leslie Butterfield. the news spread
slowly, but as soon as the matter was
generally known, hundreds flocked to
the scene to offer their services. Th
tramped up hill and down hill for
many weary hours searching every
nook and cranny in the vicinity of
Ann Arbor. Some remained searching
all Wednesday night, stopping only
when daylight came and their tired
bodies refused to do more. Thursday
morning, with only slight preparation,
several more than a thousand were on
hand early to continue the unsuccess-
ful search. Spirit of this kind is cer-
tainly the highest form that we can
conceive of and deep thanks are due
the searchers.
Leslie Butterfield.
Some we love because they are en-
dowed with extraordinaryhability in
one line of endeavor or another, but
in the final analysis, it is the quality
of sterling manhood that counts. And
such a man was Leslie Butterfield. In
him, as in, many others, the flame of
genius burned almost unnoticed save
by his closest friends. But it was the
fine, heroic spirit of the man that en-
deared him to his many friends.
With the ship hardly started upon
Its long voyage, with an unclouded
sky, and a brillia'nt future rising above
the lines of vision, it seemed impossi-
ble for anything to trouble him On
he sailed, over a placid sea. Then
came a shock and the frame trembled,
for an unseen rock impeded its course.
An unforeseen mishap and the batter-
ed and fever-racked body sank, never
to rise again. The flame flickered for
an instant, and went out., The swift
flowing Huron was again the scene
of one of Michigan's deepest trage-
dies.
A man he was, to the very last fibre
of his being. Although possessed of
more than ordinary brilliancy and
ability, his quiet and reserved manner
was often deceptive to the casual ac-
(uaintance. Beneath this unassum-
ing exterior beat one of the biggest
and most sympathetic hearts we know
of. Kindly, charitable to a fault, and
ever ready to lend a helping hand, it
is impossible not to feel how great
has been the university's loss.
Moore Organ Recital is Postponed.
Owing to the death of Leslie Butter-
field, the organ recital which was to
have been given by Earl V. Moore last
night in University hall, has been in-
definitely postponed. The date upon
which it will be given will be announc-
ed later.

town talk
Ordinarily we respect the English
vocabulary but it proves inadequate
when we think of the individual who
persists in treading upon the grass in
the spring time.
-I-
Thanks to the activity of our Buse
Manager we are preparing to close
up shop on this end and take a vaca-
tion.
All together now men: Down with
the wing collar brigade'.
ANTI-TBERCULOSIS SOCIETY
PLANS FOR SURVEY OF STATE
The state executive committee of
the Anti-tuberculosis society met in
the medical building yesterday after-
noon. Plans for the sale of Red Cross
stamps next Christmas were discuss-
ed, and it was decided to make a
state survey with reference to tuber-
culosis. The committee will also
push a campaign to secure a sanito-
rium for advanced cases.
Will Lecture Upon Uses of Medicines
Dr. C. W. Edmunds will leave today
for Fremont and Whitehall where he
will deliver several extension lectures.
The subject of his talks is: "Medi-
cines, Their Uses and Abuses."
STATION HERE ENCOUNTERS
PARTY LINE DIFFICULTIES.
Huddled in his chair, with ear glued
to the receiver, the wireless operator
at the university station received his
"farthest north" message recently,
when the following brief line was
sent by the operator at the "Soo" sta-
tion, at Sault St. Marie: "For Heav-
en's sake, keep off the line."
I. K. Pond, '79, Addresses Architects.
Irving K. Pond, '79, former president
of the American Institute of Archi-
tects, and now head of the firm of
Pond and Pond, of Chicago, spoke
Wednesday afternoon to the students
of the architectural department "on
"Architecture and Present Day Ideals."
The lecture was illustrated with black-
board drawings.

Wright and Ditson's Strong Line

100 RACKETS

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$1.50 t o $8.00
Every one Guaranteed
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j Uiveralty Bookstore

Platinum

Portraits

Platinum

When You Destre
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Go to

THE PHOTOGRAPHER

31S E. Huron

Phone

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Platinum

HAVE YOU*' CLOTHES PRESSED BY HAND AT
HtALL, BROTHIEiRS 416SOUTH STATES'
Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed 75c Overcoats Dry Cleaned and Pressed
.DRESS SUITS PRESSED SUITS PRESSED 25
50c OVERCOATS PRE5S

GOULDING & WIKEL
UNIVERSITY PHARIACY
We Insist on satisfying
1219 S. University Ave. Phones, 416
Prescriptions our Specialty 749 J.
State Savings Bank
ANN ARBOR, MiCH.

The Ann Arbor Savi
Capital Stock $300,000 Sur
Resources S"1,80,001
A General Ban king Business
OrPICERS: Chas. E . Hiscock,
Hariman, Vice ,Pres.: Mr. J.]

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Transit Market
WM. LINDEMANN

DEALER IN
h and Salt Meats, Pork, Ham
ETC.
Phone 84-J Home 591 red

Poultry Sausage'
210 N. 4th Ave

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Capital $50000.

Surplus' $85000

. Resources $1,350,000

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The
Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 S. Main St.
Capital $100,000. Surplus and Profits $61,000
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Detroit Limited-8:13 and 10:13 a.m., 12:18,
2:13, 4:13, 6:13, and 8:13 p.m.
Kalamazoo Limited-7 :46, 9:46, ani11:46
a.m. ; 1:46, 3:46, and 5:46 p.m.; Lansing-
7:46 p.m.
Local Cars East Bound-To Detroit, 5:45 a m.,
6:45 am. and every two hours to 10:45
p~.To Yslni 5:45 a.m. and half-hour-
lyto 11:5 p.m.; also 12:15, 12:30 and
12:50 am. To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-5:33 and 7:15 a.m.
and every two hours to 11:15 p.m.
es fro mI

Engineers Will Visit Detroit Plants.
The class in chemical engineering
will leave here on the 11:45 train this
morning for Detroit. The students
will spend this afternoon and tomor-
row inspecting six of the Detroit.
chemical plants.
Wilgus to be Brought Home Today.
Walter Wilgus, '12, who has been
seriously ill in a Detroit hospital, is
rapidly improving. He will be brought
to his home in this city today.
"Freddie" Gould is Nearing Recovery.
Reports yesterday stated that "Fred-
die" Gould had passed the danger
point and is on the up-hill road to re-
covery. It will be necessary, however,
that the patient have perfect quiet for
the next five or six weeks.
Oratory Classes Resume Work Today.
In respect to the memory of Leslie
Butterfield, who was an assistant in
the oratory department, no classes in
that department were held yesterday.
However, the classes will meet as
usual today.

Rowe's Laundry
406 Detroit St.
THOMAS ROWE Prop.
Bell Phone 457

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Base Ball Scores
Western Union Ticker Service, at '
Davis (Q Konold's
Cigar Store One Block from Ferry Fiel
The Ideal Restaura
709 North University
At The Ideal Restaurant you will find High-Class
Service with Reasonable Prices, while you will taste
dishes of French and American receipts. First time in
this city.
We can board you for $4.00 per week or $15.00 for four w
Our Motto, "Pure Food, Educated Cooks, Strict Cleanlin

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Soft Cuffs---Collar and tie to match.
Many patterns to choose from,
Sleeve lengths to fit you.

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R J. WATSON

When you are in Detroit next
atson's work
Detroit, Mich.

$1.00 to $3.50

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iculars call at
2 to 4 p. m.

Just Received
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GILBERT9'
FINE CANDIES
In halves and ponad. Phone us
your waats.
Yanl~orcn's Pharmacy
S703 Packard St.

1 C. SMITH
& BROS,

The

Fur the
Balance
o~f the
Year

Mrs. J. I
PASHIONA
Hair goods, Hal
Rainwater E
1110 South Uni

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Typewriter
Ball-Bearing-Long Wearing
You'll need a Tyepwriter later. Get!
he best now and have it's use.while in
college 'Ask us to show you
FUELBER & -ZEWADSKI

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5 and 7 Passenger Cars
Prices Reasonable
PHONE 452-Black
t Huron Street

We Do French Dry and Steam
PRESSING .and . REPj
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75o
FULLER & O'CONNOR Tallors 6

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310 S. State St..

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