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THE M1014101AN DAILY

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The Past? NW,
The Future? Not'
T 1he Present?
Yes!

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PR SIH UTCISTO
LEAD DISCUSSION
President Harry B. Hutchins will
represent the University of Michgan
at the fourth American Peace Congress
which will be held in St Louis May
1, 2, and 3. Ile will be one of the
leaders of a discussion group on. the
universities and the peace movement,
which will follow a paper by Pres.
Thwing, of Western Rservec universi-
ty. Others who will appear in the
discussion are Pres. Frank MVey, of
the University f South Dakota, Pres.
S. C. Mitchell, of the University o
South Carolina, Chancellor C. J. H.
K'rkland, of Vanderbilt University,
and Prof. S. F. Weston, of Antioch
College. '
Covcernor Ferris appointed Prs.
Emecritus James B. Angell to represent
the state of Michigan at the confer-
ence, but >;r. Angell will be unable to
attend.
_All of the large peace soieties in
the country will send deleates and
many men of note will also attend.
Andrew Carnegie, Secretary of State
W. J. Bryan, and John Barret, di-
rector general of the Pan American
Union will gibe addresses. Presidents
of many of the large universities and
colleges in the country will also attendl
the congress.
The $500,000 memorial of Jefferson
'erected by the Louisiana Purchase e-
position will be dedicated durng the
convention.
FxO1?EIGN COOK NMx TO 13NAURE
~ldJir Uulvrslly Notables to Speak at
Annual Affair to Be
1ed May 1,
President-Emeritus Janes B. Angel,
President Harry B. Hutchins, Reen
Junius I,. Beal, and Professors J. A. C.
Irlldri of the German department,
and Charles P. Wagner of the Spanish
department will be the principal
speakers at the "International" ban-
quet to be ivcn by the Corda-Frtra
Cosmopolitan club. The affair will be
held in Newberry hall on T:ursday.
May 1, at 6:30 o'cock.
The banquet will be featured by
dishes characterltic of different na-
tionalities. Members of the club will
supervise the cooking- themselves. Th~
club expects to make this the biggest
anent of its kind in the year, and an
elaborate menu will be prepared. A
musical program is bein:, arranged.
Prosecutor George J. Burke of this
city will officiate as toastmaster. Mem-
bers of the board of advisors to for-
eign students have been invited, and
some will probably give brief talks.
Tickets sell at 76 cents per plate,
and may be procured from D'evlln,
Ioulk, Sheerer, Want, Tonchi,,and
Bonilla.
WILL HOLD TRYOUTS FOR
RESIIMAN TENNIS TEAM

SPEAK AT DINNER
The regular monthly membership
dinner for April will take place at the
Michigan Union tonight at 6:00 o'clock,
Norman Reed, '13L, actin; as toast-
master will call on Circuit Judge Al-
fred J. Murphy, c~ Detroit, who will
deliver the principal address. His
subject will be. "The Educated Man
and the Public." W. C. Tr.~ble, '13, will
talk on experiences of the glee and
mandolin clubs on their trip to the
coast. Waldo Fellows, '14, is on the
program fcr "stunts" a la Opera and
otherwise. The Midnight Sons' quar-
tette, consisting of Trible, Spring,
Scott and Fellow:s, is sure to have
Nome good numbers. They made a
big hit on the recent glee club trip.
A limrited number of 200 tickets was
placed on sale for the dinner and as
near as could be learned they had
nearly all bean sold last night. Mem-
bers who are planning. to atttend and
have not secured their tickets are urg-
ed to do so at once. Thcre will be but
two more dinners this year, one in May
adanother in June.
310,131ISO N RE FUSE S REWARD
OFFFJII~El)FOR FIRST ,BODY
Will Apply Only Fe:' Part Con'tributed
liv Civic Assoeintl'ou and
Bhi o fpuecaus~e the reward fr the recovery
A; the first body in the recent triple
irowning was increased from $33 to
'50 by Prof. Reig;hard, a near rela-
live of J. H1. Bacon, whose remains
were the first to be located, J. W.
'Jorrison, '14, the finder of the body,
aas refused to 'accept all the reward,
and will apply only for that part giv-
en by the Civic association and the
idiscr'.company.
The reward offered by the Civic as-
~ociation and the Edison company for
the r covery of the bodies amounted
o$33 for the people finding each body
Thcn Prof. Jacob E. R2eivhard, an un-
oc of Taker inecasel the reward for
,he findin g of the first body to $50,
a~nd each of the other two to $35. Thus
Morrson, togethier with W. K.' Wal-
lace of Spring Lake, were entitled to
he $50 for finding Bacon's rem-.ains.
Morrison bases his refusal *on the
;round that he was one of the leaders
in the bunt, and partly on his account
the reward was increased. For that
reason he has, declined to accept the
full amount.
BL1A'SHAR IWILL IELIVER
IlS PEACE ORATION TrODAY.

BOAT LIVERY
For a Quiet Afternoon
or Evenintg
GO UP THE HURON

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Canoe Trips
YPSILANI - Tvk elve miles. Timnie,
lout' hours. Total cost, iinciti"i,1
retof canoe, drav and $1.73
freiglit. .................
LAKiLA D. and down the Huron,
'171'iv~-live miles. Time, one day.
'total cost. itic'mling rent
of canoe, dray and ft eighit "
U. of M. Brat House.
North Main fit. By the.Brtlge 1
P. G. Ti' SSMiER, Prop.
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Saturday, April 26

N'ra-Mr. Miller wii11 be '.'pportedlby'
the saime sutpem b coa niy t Iat , ppearedt
with hina ~throughout the all-tea ou run
at the Liberty Thecatre, in 'New rk
last year.
Pricers, 50Cc, 75eg $f, $1.50, $2
Seat Sale, Wedawsday, April 23

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ONE NIGHT ONLY

HENRY MILLER

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gave no c onnaecti whatever with
any ~hcrskre

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have proven this in ,a Short time to ov-
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Arbogr and thousands of people in o'th-
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Comn- an- get acqu tintcd with the new
TailoDring Idea, you will sur iy be plcascd
and save mnoney besid-si.
A lot of nzw, sri rt Fabrics, fresh -from
the mills, havz just arrived. Be sure to: see
them before buying your nmw suit.

Sumts Mario to Order

Fit GuarAnlved r Money Back

in response to the call issued by conteCst,1
Capt. Andrews of the Varsity for can- contests
didates for the freshmen tennis team, and Per:
20 men met in the old engineering Blanshon
building last night. A committee of at Ypsila
trewsapntdwihwlwokwith Capt. Andrews in the systematic ,lire play
chcosing of the team. Each tryout is the Whit
required to play a mnatch with every 9
other candidate, and to report the re-
sult of his match to the committee in The re.
:harge. The seven men averaging party whi
the highest number of victories will row nigh;
constitute the squad. A list of the nitely.T
names of the candidates will be post- ing panie
edl at Ferry field tomorrow, and each npounced'
.man is urged to report,there and ar-
range a, game from that list. There The up
will be a special court for the tryouts on Palms
next to the Varsity courts, available at use. All
all times. nic class,
The committee appointed to be in courts, sl
charge are L. L. Forbes, '15, E. P. ules post{
Wriht '6,and J. S. Switzer, '16. ! every We
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;k CAMIPUS IN BRIEF ; ing depar
A complete rehearsal of the Dent-: England
Scher Verein play will be held tonight.j 4:00 o'clc
This is the first rehearsal of the en-l building.

Blanshard, '14, who~ will repre-
:higan in, the inter-state peace;
at Goshen, Indiana, Friday=
will deliver_ his oration "The
>n 'of Patriotism," in Univer-
Sthis morning at 10 : 00 o'clock.
II1 leave this evening, accom-
by 'Prof. Trueblood, for the
in which winners of the state
of Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana.,
nnsylvania will also speak.
rd won the Michigan ontest
(anti last semester.
ywhich will be_ produced at
:tney Theatre, Friday, May 9,
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e;ular Wright saxophone trior
Mich was scheduled for tomor-
it has been postponed indefi.
The dates of the two remain-
Les of the series will be an-
in the near future.
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pper and hewer tennis courts
ier Field aro now ready; for
fwomen not registered in ten-
ses, who wish to use the
3hould sign up on the sched-
ted in Barbour GymAnasium
cdnesday.
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eph Bursley, of the engineer-
Lrtment, will deliver a lecture
ntiflo Management at the New
Butt Co." this afternoon at
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