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May 07, 1912 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE flICHIGAN DAILY
Official Newspaper at the 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.
KANAGIN( EDITOI.
Walter H. Tower.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert E. Diley
SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1912.

A pageant assumes the presence of
a host of participants. Merely the
faculty and the graduating class, -in
point of numbers do not compose such
a host. A place is being planned for
every one on the campus. Make it an
object to be here at that time.
WOMEN'S FIELD DAY
TO- BE ELABORATE

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to select from
$1 .5 to $8.00
Every one Guaranteed

Various Features are Embodied
The Plans Announced
Yesterday.

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NIGHT EVENTS OPEN TO PUBLIC.

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Night Editor-Fred B. Foulk.
The annual Women's Athletic asso-
Give Back the Borrowed Lantern. ciation Field Day which will be held
The towispeople who loaned Ian- Saturday, May 25, will be one of the
terns to the searchers for Butterfield most elaborate ever given according to
deserve not only praise for their un- plans announced yesterday by the'
hesitating disposition of their prop- committee in charge, of which Joseph-
erty, but the return thereof. Many of ine Davis, '12, is the chairman.
those who loaned lanterns have re- The tennis finals, .,a field hockey
ported to the local police that they match, and an archery contest will be
have not been returned. Without- the interclass events and the winners
doubt many more have seen nothing will receive their numerals from the
of their property since Wednesday ev- Association. The picnic supper wil
ening. While the matter is a small be held at dusk and this will be fol-
one from the viewpoint of monetary lowed by the figures formed on the
value, such small careless dishonesty field by the senior Class, in caps and
is particularly aggravating. Those gowns of which the "M" and the "12"
who know of the location of these lan- will be special features. The soph-
terns should see to it that they are omores will then give the May-pole
returned to the owners without de- dance and all will participate in the
lay.folk dances which follow this. Some
lay. special features are promised for this,
Undergraduates at Commencement, part of the program and will be an-
The season is here when we begin nounced soon.
calculating the number of days re- One innovation which thas been in-
maining until our departure for home troduced this year is that the evening
at the close of school, Ordinarily, program will be thrown open to the
the time of the last examination fixes public and everyone is cordially invit-
this date. But lest we err in these ed to attend. All the girls will then
computations, this is not an ordinary march up to Barbour gymnasium in a
year; not until the end of commence- Japanese lantern procession.
mer_. veek, does the present session The Women's League installation of
fiLrh. ksofficers will not follow the Field Day
Terson of this variance from the this year but will be a separate cer-
regular order is the fact that this emony held the night before in the
gymnasium.

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When You Desire
Prortraits of Quality
Go to

Vniv~ersty B$ook store

Portraits

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Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75o Suits Pro
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le you will taste
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week or $15.00 for four weeks.
ted Cooks, Strict Cleanliness."
EDWARD - R. ROEHM
240 Woodward Ave.
6th Floor, Detroit, Mich.
MAKER OF
Badges, Novelties, Station-
T W I ery, and Decorations.
HARVAR'4a
We originate and assist in
T designing emblems for new
organizations.
Send for catalog of Phi Beta Kannan ys

tine is the seventy-tierm anniversary
of the founding of the university. To
apitropriately observe the occasion)
the Regents and Faculty are planning
a c.? bration which is assuming the
scu'e of a pagcant. Among other
featu..s that will constitute the ac-
tiviUcs at that time, are n merous
shows and concerts; the appearance of
the faculty in academic robes with
their colored doctor's hoods; the pres-
ence of a United States military band;
and parades by the students generally,
and of the various fraternities and
campus societies.
From a purely selfish standpoint
every undergraduate should remain for
the festivities. Such a spectacle in
this modern age is a rare one. Outside
of the Mardi Gras in New Orleans, the
commencements at Harvard,, Yale, and
a few other eastern colleges, there is
nothing which resembles it in the en-
tire country.
But apart from personal interest,
the university needs all of the students
to assure the success of the venture.
Batty& Edmunds
Canoe Paddles
FISHINC TACKLE
And All Kinds of
SoIrting Gods
121 East Liberty Street
Bell 182

WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY PROF.
TO GIVE MEDICAL LECTURES
Dr. M. P. Ravenel, professor of bac-
teriology at the University of Wiscon-
sin, will deliver two lectures under
the auspices of the Washtenaw County
Medical Society tomorrow in the med-
ical building. In the morning, he will
lecture at 10 o'clock before Dr. Vaugh-
an's class in hygiene on the subject of
"Tuberculosis and its Prevention." At
8 o'clock in the evening, Dr. Ravenel
will speak to the public on "The Re-
lation Between Bovin and Human Tu-
berculosis." Both lectures will be de-
livered in the west amphitheater of
the medical building.
May 18 is "Straw Hat" Day.
"Straw Hat" day, according to cus-
tom, will be- observed on Saturday,
May 18, and not on May 11, as was an-
nounced in The Michigan Daily last
week.
Mr. Friday Gives Extension Lectures.
Mr. David Friday, of the economics
department, has gone to the upper
peninsula where he will deliver five
lectures on the extension course. He
will be gone a week, returning to Ann
Arbor on Sunday.
Prof. Riggs Talks to Webb and Flange.
Prof. C. E. Riggs, new head of the
department of civil engineering, was
the principal speaker at the Webb and
Flange banquet last evening.

HENRY & CO 711 N.

Designers of Men's Clothes, will
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COX SONS & VINING
New York
makers of
Academic Costume
o Caps, Gowns and
f . - Hoods for all degrees
- ~ MACK V& CO.
Representatives
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give you the Latest '

Engl ish C+ute

THERE'S a size to
suit your cultured
t a ste. Five leaders-
Cambridge, Morisette
(gold tip,) Blues, Am-
bassadors, Banquet- 25c
to $I.00.
Plain or cork tip
"The LittlejBrown Box"

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STRAW HATS, ,0Ff
SHIRTS, SPRING NECK-
WEAR. B.,V.D. UNDER-'
WEAR, PORO SKNT
UNDER WEAR

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PHILIP MORRIS & CO., Li
402 W. Broadway, New Yor
487 St. Catherine Street. E. }ont
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1 107 S. University Ave.
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Seasonable and suitable Tailor-rlade Togs
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All1 garments mades In our own shops. IN W 0uI
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D. A. KILLINS.
Hardware, Sporting
Goods and
Engineering Tools
310 S. State St.

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A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GILBERTS9
FINE CANDIES,
In halves a"d pounds. Phone us
ynur wants.
VanlorDcn's Pharmacy
702 Packard St.

Detroit United Lines
On information to Division Superin-
tendent Allen, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit
United Lines, by officers of Varsity or-
organizations, the movement, beyond the
capacity of the regular, service, of any
group of students to or from Ann Ar-
bor, extra cars and extra service will be
promptly supplied.

IllfflfflfV C rnsbuiosingrowing
Cniuruinails," treatded and cured.
GHIROPODY *Cornsd
Everything absolutely an-
tiseptic. office hours. 9-12 a.m. 1-5 and 7-8 p m
MISS. E. J. F$LEY
921 E. Huron Street, End North 12th
2 Blooks East of High Sohool - Phone 089.

Mrs. J. R. Troja
FASHIONABLE HAIRDE
Hair Goods, Hairdressing, Man
,ai Face Massage.
Rainwater Shampooing a Sp
1110 South University .

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CORNER SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE. andl Dec
AND TWELFTH ST. Phones 115 W -r CALL

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