THE MICHIOIAN DAILY
I DECIDE UPON FINAL PLANS
FOR WOMEN'S FIELD DAY.1
Evening Program Will Be
To That of Last
:es up to
arties now and get your
Final plans for the Women's Field
Day were decided upon at a meeting
of the League board in Barbour gym-
nasium Saturday morning. The ev-
ening program will be similar to that
of last year. The seniors in caps and
gowns will march and form the "M"
and the "12." The juniors will dance.
a German Reigen, the sophomores
will give the Maypole dance and the
freshmen the English Morris dances.
This will be followed by a lantern
march aound the fieldafter which
the classes will probably disband in-
stead of marching up to the gymna-
sium as they did last year. The main
difference between this year's and
last year's Field Day is that the even-
ing program will be open to the pub-
WESTERN ELECTRIC ENGINEER
WILL SPEAK ON INSULATION.
Mr. F. W. Willard, '05, engineer of
methods, of'the Cable Rope and In-
sulation shops of the *Western Elec-
tric Co., will lecture tonight at 8
o'clock in the west physics lecture
room on "Insulating Materials and
Their Limitations." The lecture is
being held under the auspices of the
Engineering Society and is open to
Doctors Testify in Murder Case.
Dean V. C. Vaughan, Dr. A. S. War-
thin, and Roy Pryer, assistant in the
hygiene laboratory, returned Sunday
from Bad Axe where they testified in
the Sparling murder case. The trial
has not yet been decided and the men
will be called again to take the stand
if the court so directs it.
PROF. C. H. VAN TYNE TO GIVE
TALKS IN UPPER PENINSULA
Prof. C. H. Van Tyne of the history
department, will be absent from the
city for a week to give a series of lec-
tures on European and American his-
tory in the Upper Peninsula. He will
lecture at Calumet, Houghton, and
other cities, delivering seven lectures
in all, and will probably not resume
his classes until next Monday.
If you want beautiful and brilliant
prints from your films have them made
on Cyko paper. Hoppe, 619 E. Liberty.
Remember that Hoppe has largest
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prints free with each book, this month.
Remember it pays to trade with
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More prints made at Hoppe's Stu-
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For a pleasant evening go up the
Huron. U. of M. Boat House, foot of
North Main St. 147 tf
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Found-Fob seal in Ideal Barber shop.
Owner can secure it by calling at
The Michigan Daily office and paying
for this advertisement. 158
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day, May 17. Call at our store at
once if you have one or more to
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Wanted-Men students who want to
.work can findlucrative employment
as salesmen by addressing F. P.
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For Sale-Two May Festival tickets
for Wednesday evening. Best bal-
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For Sale-A German make violin val-
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For Sale-,-Two May Festival tickets,
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For Sale-Two good reserved seat
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Lost-Phoenix pin at fair grounds.
Leave at Michigan Daily office.
Lost-If person who took book from
library last Tuesday would mail
notes to owner or leave them at de-
livery desk, he would show that he
had a little conscience, could keep
the ;over, and do owner much good.
No questions. 158
Leave your want ads at The East
University Pharmacy, Van Doren's
Pharmacy, The Brown Drug Store and
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Canoeists-For your trips take along
a good inexpensive Guitar, Mandolin
or Small Victrola, supplied by Schaeb-
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St. 155 tf
BOYS-Remember we sharpen all
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H. L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State St.
A student who can secure the use of
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the vacinity of his home town during
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a.m. 1:30 to 5p.m.
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