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ALUMNI ADVISORY COUNCIL
HOLDS IMPORTANT MEETING
Selects Graduate Members for Un.
ion Board of Di-
rectors.
Delegates from the various Alumni
Associations to the Advisory Council
met in executive session yesterday af-
ternoon. President H. B. Hutchins ad-
dressed the meeting on "The Organiza-J
tion of the Alumni."
Five members were elected to the
Board of Directors of the Michigan
Union under the provisions of the new
Union constitution. The directors
chosen are as follows: H. W. Douglas,
Ann Arbor; J. D. Hibbard, Chicago;
H. C. Bodman, Detroit; E. B. Pabst,
New York; and W. F. Carter, St. Louis.
The session authorized the appoint-
ment of a committee to select and is-
sue an alumni button and the resolu-
tion will be presented to the meeting
of the Alumni Association which will
be held in the gallery of Memorial
hall at 2:30 today for its approval.
Each alumnus has a vote on questions
which may be submitted to the meet-
ing.
The Advisory Council expressed it-
self as favoring the installation of
Alumni Associations in places through-
out the country where (the number of
alumni warrants it and where none
now exist. An appeal is to be made
for a stronger support of the Michigan
Alumnus-
TO REPAIR FERRY FIELD STANDS.
Construction of Concrete Stadium Is
Postponed for a Year.
At a meeting of the Board of Control
of the athletic association, held last
evening, it was decided to repair the
present wooden stands on Ferry field
and to postpone any construction of
concrete stands for a year at least.
There is some opposition' on the
ground of cost to the idea of building
a permanent concrete stadium and it
is possible that the present style of
wooden stands will be continued.

HELP

GRADUATES

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Chicago Alumni Association Forms
Advisory Body.
A committee of twenty-one business
men has been appointed by the Chi-
cago Alumni Association to advise and
help the Michigan men starting out in
that city. This advisory body is a per-
manent organization and is composed
of men that are actively engaged in
business and those who are authori-
ties in their particular field. iStudents9
and graduates who are intending to
locate in Chicago should communi-
cate with Secretary Walter P. Olds,
914 Marquette Bldg.
Other officers of the advisory com-
mittee are, president, W. D. McKenzie,1
'05, 72 W. Adams St.; vice-president,£
E. Lunn, '99, 112 W. Adams; and treas-
urer, G. E. Fink, '00, State Bank of1
Chicago.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
FOR RENTt
For Rent-Rooms for summer stu-
dents at Baptist Guild House, 503
Huron Street, Phone Bell 1028. 3t
For Rent-A furnished summer cot-
tage for rent. .Les Chemaux Island.
$10.00 per week. Enquire of C. S.
Cooke, 27 Forsythe Avenue, Detroit.
3t
FOR SALE
For Sale-Due bills on the Charlevoix
Hotel, Detroit, at 20 per cent dis-
count. -Address The Wolverine.
WANTED
Wanted-Students to sell automobile
device during vacation. Profits im-
mense. Can easily make enough to
carry you through next term. Tour-
ing season opened. Connect with
manufacturers. Central Sales Com-
pany, Racine, Wis. 3t
Subscriptions for the Wolverine are
being taken at Cushing's Drug Store,
Dad Skinners, and The Daily office.
By mail, 1.00; by carrier, ,75c. The
subscription includes the Commence-
ment Daily issues.

BEWARE OF THE "CAMPUS COPS."
Fifty Huskies Will Defend the Forty
Acre Lot.
"Campus Cops," great, calm, silent,
dignified defenders of the law, will
stalk o'er the forty acre lot Wednes-
day night to protect the women and
the children and the jack lanterns
from the villainous assaults of the
blood thirsty mob that promises to de-
scend upon the much illumined bit of -
the universe across State street. A
sure far-seeing criminal hating sea- -
captain, one Sealby by name, will de-
ploy fifty campus huskies and lesser
lights scouring the earth for wrong do-
ers. Yesterday, he and Lieut. J. H.
Van Auken swore 'em in with the
help of Mayor Walz-fifty, count em.
Tomorrow night, resplendent in stars
and badges, they will uphold the maj-
esty of the law and maybe, well, may-
be fifty dollars worth of lanterns will
not disappear as they did last year.

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KEEP COOL
in our comfortable and easy-fitting light-
weght arments that we tailor beyond com-
parisn n tyleand lit.
For the younger set, a swagger air, imparted
by an artful dash of New Yorkisbness here
and there.
For the man of sober taste, simplicity with-
out severity, fashion without freakishness.
Our craftsmen tailor garments to drape
perfectly. Our fabrics look well and wear
well.
Our prices are easy of reach.
J. KARL MALCOLM
604 East Liberty St.

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NeYork-
Michigan Central-
Tickets on Sale Daily comme:
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Liberal stop-over privileges ar
and Buffalo and on HudsonF
New York 7
Proportionately low fares to all I

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Week s
EATURES
PIPERS
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sand Feet of
to Plays

Huston Bros. 't~h Palais Royal
SThe Finest Billiard Room In the State Te Pl n oa

Cigars and Candles
"We try to treat you right"

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Has just received a shipment of rarest ITALIAN WARE, al
oddities in JAPANESE, CHINA and GERPIAN WARE. These
sold to the "old grads" at a special price.
COME AND SEE US
209 E. Liberty S t.

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Attention! Seniors

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DICK LYNCH
klways 100
STAY TO T G E IIm

Luxe and10c
COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
Continuous from 7 P. M. to 10 P. M.

and Alumni=6

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Special This Week

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Derby day at Churchill
Life of a Race-Hoose
Travels in Belgium
Browning's " Blot o' the Soutoheon "
Egypt in Time of Moses
A Nations' Peril
Explosion at Sea
A Spartan Mother
Dicoken's " Martin Chotlewit"
Jack and the Beanstalk
And Other Subjects

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Lyndon will photograph every last
feature of the 75th Anniversary Cele-
bration. We won't have time to
make prints for immediate delivery;
but we will take your order and mail
them later.
Jubilee and Michigan Pennants in the Official Coli
Headquarters for Kodaks and Supplies

6, Tessmer, Prop,, Ann Arbor, Mich.

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)tal, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00
Undivided Profits, $12,000.00
FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.

MASTER WiLL MULTCHER
Trinity Choir Boy
BURLEIGH JACOBS
Michigan's own Tenor, sing at every
show. Organ Reo0taI's nightly.

Lyndon

MICHIGAN'S LEADING PI-
AT THE SIGN OF THEI
719 N. UNIVER

In our savings department

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ng on the beautiful St. Clair River We may have Justthe place you are looking for. Let
morning 8:3o, Sundays 9:00. Fare us know your wants ; Then let us have your application.
.on $.; Flats or Tashmoo Park,
steamer "Owana" leaves Detroit The Gihb Teachers' Agency,

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