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May 09, 1912 - Image 1

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THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1912.
POINTS OUT NEED
Y FOR INFIRMARY
,w Communicant Believes Recent Student
Tragedy Might Have Been
Averted.
0. WOULD SEND SON ELSEWHERE.

Freshi

fternoo

e for

fre:

(The Michigan Daily assumes
sponsibility for sentiments e,

o re-
ress-'

estry fan

er appealed to me particu
reading this letter. But
s given there are indispu
light of the recent traged;
terfield. In view of the
are soon to establish our
west and that we had pl
d our son to the U. of A.

ble in
of Mr

.entione

ere

t Yale," this un
open to place pr
purpose motherE
th ideas, student
will aid appeal

the U,

life at Amer-1
them to better
and organiza-

prize of $150 and a second
.00 are offered for the best
students relative to the so-
ions of the universities they
he contest is being conduct-
hx the columns of the New
es through which letters
submitted in typewritten
signed by a blind name, the
being enclosed in a sep-
lope. The competition clos-
and prizes will be awarded

toward the establishment of a well next fall,.to work
equipped and conscientiously man- ibert Roth. The F
aged infirmary. yet taken formal :
AN ANXIOUS MOTHER. but it was stated
authority that P
RIFLE CLUB PLANS TO HOLD consented to come
QUALIFICATION MATCH SOON Prof. Sponsler
Michigan, having
Preparations are being made by the in 1910. Since Ja
Rifle Club for a qualification match to he has been coni
be held this month. The match will estry school at tl
be held in accordance with the rules tion, and for the
of the National Rifle Association and senior professor o
the official score cards of the associa- fact that he is to
tion will be used. The score cards will be welcome
will be sent to the association and foresters, all of v
medals will be awarded to those who the good work 1-
have qualified. Cornhusker instit
To those who make a score of 80 Just what rank
standing and 86 prone, the bronze have here is not a
medal fob of the association will be been stated just w
given. Those attaining a score of 90 (Continuec
standing and 96 prone will win a sil-
ver fob. Young People's

NAME SEVEN MEMBERS OF
FRESHMAN TENNIS SQUAD.
Judging from the amount of talent
shown in the practices up to this time,
the following have been named as
members of the freshman tennis
squad: Reindel, Wilson, Pinnell,Rank-
in, Sprague, Hilker, and Hildner. On-
ly the first four named are to have
the use of the court set aside for the
freshman team but any man on the
squad may challenge the man above
him and by defeating him take his
place. In the same way any man
not in the list may challenge the last
man on the squad and by defeating,
him take his place. -

le solu-
ticable.
give up
e tugs-
enough
permit-

FIRST YEAR LAWS BANQUET
IN DETROIT SATURDAY, MAY 18
Fresh laws will hold their annual
banquet at the Hotel Griswold in De
. troit on Saturday evening, May 18.
Arrangements for it are being made
so that members of the class may at-
tend the underclass and athletic con-
tests scheduled for that day and get
to the banquet in time.

The Baptist Young
will give a banquet in
lors at 6 p. m. Frida
will be the' principal,
evening. Tickets will
cents.

Walter Wilgu
Walter Wilg
ously ill at hi
of danger, is r
proving.

, '12,

eported as

4.)

A limited number of lockers are available at
the Club House at Ferry Field.
These will be rented for balance of college
year at a fee of

Varsity
Base Ball S

$1.00

I

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