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T MICHIGAN DAI

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the city.
to those

made in this city.
*State Street

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THE 111,0IGAN _DAILY
Off~iul Newvspaper atfiler I niiEzk t3
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Moa-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
Walter K 'Iowera.
t~I SINESS AAN AGEU
,11ert RU. D)ille
Editors.
SATURDAY 1 , JUNE 1. 191 .
Night ditor-_1orton 4. Hunter.
The position of the communicant in
yes:terda.y's issue of The MKichigan
Daily, resp>ecting; the aissumption by
the Union of the funiction of locating
incoming freshmen, indlicating possi-
ble abtus;es that ight accrue at the
hnds of the fraternities, is deserving
of some consideration.
The're isbow'ever, litt~le question
that The Micig-an Union is a proper
body- to undertake such a duty. The
scope of the activity of that organiza-
tioni, to promote the- social wel fa re of
the' students, requiirecs no extension, to
incluide this particular function.
Further it is generally con-
ceded that the ion10 can bet-
ter perform thbis serv ice, than ecan
an y other Organlizat 1Ci on on the cam pusc't. , _ 1o i n o
ziii appe"'al to arclass ofGmen whohes-
.tate to allytemevexi lth thse a0-
ready occupying theo field in? stionf.
In~~~~~~~~l, adioi ti 'fe'dn htany
ion ideaz into the mHinds of the fresh-
men is meritorious.
That th~e performiande of tl~is office
may be accom~panied by abuses of the
kind suggested, is not impossible; the
connection, however, is no more nec-
essary thanm are similar abuses upon
the present system. Fraternity -men
frequent the Y. MT. C. A., for instance.
The suggestion, nev-ertheless, is onie
that nay well be born in ifiind by thec
Union autthi Tties, as va warin i'-
against any such occurrence.

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No sounds ito hear'-thos;e em'anati!ng
from the. School of Mu1s from'1 dawn
to dusk.:_
Nothing to wear-Yeh, it;'s gettin'
hotter qvery cday.
No time for classes-these lovely af-
ternoons.
No sort of mal-,"THIS l)OES NOT
Phi Beta Kappa has a baseball team
at Htarvard. Wie would like to see
MichigLan P. B. lK. Sports even play
fiddle-de-w.inks.
Speakin1g of cong;estioni, have you
ever timed yourself on the nu;mber of
iinutes it takes to get through the
Tappan hall door-wayv for a ten
o'clock?:
PROROO 01111 ;$bS NOIltTIIWAR D
Professor Filibert Roth of thle for-
estry departmnent, leaves tomorrow ev-
ening for the upper Peninsula, whe re
he will spend next week in lectulring-
at vairiouss cities, on the University
Extension course. He expects to be
gone utntil the ,12th inst. During his
absence Instructors igh 11YOUngand
'Whiting Alden will mneet his cla.ses.
Angineers 1Hold '[h1eir La1st 1Dance.
Onie hundlredl couplle s who attended
the' EnglinCeering Soci;al Club party
chaperoned by Mir. and Mrs. Loos and
Dr. Hl. LH. Willard, daaiced until three
this morning. Coats were checked at
an early hour and shlirts of the latest
pattern were display ed. This was the
last and biggest of a series of diance s
given by the engineers.
The Jeffersonianl Society will presenlt
her distingish(ed senliors withl test i-
monials at the laist mneeting of the
year tonig>ht at :seveno'lc in Jeffer-
soianm hall. The meeting, wiltl take
the form of a trial, the issue be ing

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PortreAls
Wher '1
Portraits

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Time's flyi

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We have just rcceived
St) les. Quality and

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JDENTS' BOOK5TORE I

THE Pilo,

319 E. uo
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I We Do French Dry ai
P, lKESING mz
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75o
FULLER &O'CONNOR

322 0o. State Str6,1.
ES53ED BY HIAND AT
410 SOUTH STATE STREETI
rcoats Dry Cleaned and Prep-sed 75c
SUITS PRESSED 25c
OVERCOATS PRE3SED 25c
NCIS, UONIICIIONS, CIGARS
BACCO, CIO.AIIIIIS, PIPES
Agents for B-B-B Pipes

It

Qesinersof en'sCloheswil
in

Exr1i

HENY &

the very best sat 1sf arion.
LARGE LINE OF CLASS PIPES

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Io308 S9. State Street, AnuArbor, Mich

*** *** * * * whether or not certa in seniors wvill re-
. ceive the testimonials.
*ALLI SEaNIOR ,SING THUtRSDAY)'*-
r .31;' 1 E;, 7: SCEP, M., ON SThFI'S *Frli ~lLiws 1Make tiupieit in Funds.a
* OF MEMORt('IAL HALL. A special assessment of twenty-five
* *-cents was levied by the fresh kaw class
* lSENTOR LIT SING EVERY ZV at the final class mceting of the year
T ThUf RSDA Y NIGCT AT SE VEN yesterday, in order to tmake up the
*O'CLOCK, TAFIPAN OAK. * standing deficit, caused chiefly by the
* * failure of the class to equal the nums-
' SENIt)R ENGiINEERl SING EV- * ier guaranteedl for the clarss banquet
*FRY TT*, ;YAN)TIR iheld n Detroit. Reports of the various
D DAYAYI'lIT AN)TISI+RS- N class commnittees were heard! and all
* 0 L C , EGINERIG *of the routine business finished up.
*BENCHES. * 3 iib n ro i-:
John Wiereng1Lo, '06, of Mulskeg-on,.
* E SEIOR LAW SING EVR * was married to -Miss Elizabeth Forsyth
TIIVi{kSDAY SNIGIIT AT S1VEN * Cline, at the St. Atndrews-chunrc , Ann'
* O'CLOCK ON STEPIS OPF LAW * harbor, Wednlesday night. M!'rs. Wier-
*BUILDING. * engo went to Wellesley and was a stu-
* * dent here last year. "Zeb" Wier eng;o
** * * * * * * * * * was prominent in class athletics while;
-_______ ____at the university, and has specialized
TPhe Ohio State Weekly,three months onl golf since his graduation.
old competitor of' the Lantern, has an-.
nouced itself ,as an indeopendlent anti- TEnineer 1-Leaves toAcet1otin
fraternity mnop[olization news: ~ppr,j Clarence Kahb, '12 I', left yesterday
dedictated] to "Proniote a more demo- "for New Brement, 0., where he will as-
cratic silrit among the students of. sinme the superintendency of the mul-
%Oio State."I nicipal light and powNer lant;.

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New Yori(
m~akers of
Academic Costuine
Caps, Gowns and
floodls for a!1 dAgrees
RZepr'esentati -es

STRAW HATS, SOFIf
SHIRTS, SPRING N"CK-
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)ails commYencing
Good Returning within 30 Days
privi lge and opt-ion of boat trip between Detroit
onl Hudson River between Albany and Newv York.
00Boston $!.
,S 2 7,- nd return 4d;.I~

ve you seen the
$25.00____
We are offering ?____ _______
SEE GIt SUOW WIND)OW
WAGNoER& CO. State Street Tailors

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Don t forget that you
can get the best
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Taxicab Company.
es and all private calls, also a brand now tour-
day and night.
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On information to Division Supef in-
tCIent Allen, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit
'United Lines, bry officers of Varsity or,
o rganizations, the movement, beyond the
c ipacity of the regular service, of any
g;rup of students to or from Anin Ar-
Vur, extra cars and extr-a service will be
prom plly Supplied.

CIROPODn Lorns,I
~rnnurui nals.
veryti
tiseptic. 0fice lhours. 8-12
MISS. E. J.
921 E. Huron Street,
2 Blacs East of High Soh
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NEAR FERRY FIELD

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