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June 07, 1913 - Image 4

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' T fl MICHIGOAN DAILY

TRACK MEN WILL
SELECT CAPTAIN*
Annual Picture Will be Taken on Mon-
day, and Election is to
Follow.
THREE JUNIORS ARE ELIGIBLE.

REGATTA WILL BE
HELD NEXT JULY

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IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT
OUR COLLEGE-END SALE
MEANS. ASK' SOME FELLOW
WHO WAS HERE-LAST YEAR,

Boat

Club Also Adopts Athletic
Association Scheme of

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Choosing Officers.
SWIMMING PROTESTS DECIDED.

College-end Sale

MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1913
to
MONDAY, JUNE 169 1913

The leader of Michigan's track team
for next year will be elected Monday,
afternoon, immediately after the tak-
ing of the annual track picture.
Craig, Kohler, and Haimbaugh are
the only men coming back next year
who have won their letter previous
to this year, and the captain is custom-
arily picked from this group of men.
The official picture will be taken at
Rentschler's studio Monday at 1:00
o'clock. All men who have won their
M or A. M. A. this year should be pres-
ent. There are several. track men in
school who have won their letters in
former years, but did not gain the in-
signia this year.. Such men are not
eligible to vote for captain, or to ap-
pear in the official picture.,

WAGNER & COMPANY
STATE Street.

At a meeting of the officials of the
boat club yesterday afternoon the pro-
tests on the swimming race were de-
cided. Staatz and Field were awarded
first in the men's doubles, and the sil-
ver cup was presented to Staatz.
It was also decided to have compe-
tion for the officials of the club con-
ducted on the new plan of the athletic
association in choosing managers. The
system will be put into operation next
year, and fershmen and sophomores
will be eligible for competition. The
places to be filled on the executive
board caused by the graduation of
Morton Hunter and Clem Quinn will
be appointed by the club from mem-
bers- of the present junior class who
are members of the club.
A regatta has been planned for the
summer to take place at the Barton
Pond on July 19. It will be in the na-
ture of a beauty contest, and will be
in charge of a temporary organization
under the supervision of Vice Commo-
dore G. B. Duffield, '14E.

Bug Reduction in Everything

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STATE
TREET

vEtR S-TC"KED
We don't want to Carry Over any
Stock when Tariff affects Woolens,

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fe are still giving a
pair of $6.00 or
$7.00 Trousers

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION WIRES
SYMPATHY TO PENNSYLVANIA.
Michigan has taken official notice of
the death of Trainer Mike Murphy, of
Pennsylvania, and the athletic author-
ities last night wired a message of
sympathy to the Philadelphia officials.
The telegram was addressed to the
Athletic association of the University
of Pennsylvania, and was signed "Ath-.
letic Association of the University of
Michigan."
The message read: "Michigan uni-
versity hears with regret of your sad
loss, and extends her sincere sympa-
thy."

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Our Fountain is working overtime- come in
and try us out
THE BROWN DRUC STORE
THE REXALL STORE

E. . LsilI, Successor

1 22 Sc uth Main Street

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Daily Team Wins Campus Meet.
Michigan publication's annual track
meet was run off Friday. The Michigan
Daily nosed out the Gargoyle, defeat-
ing the humorists by tho score of 40
2-3 to 39. The other teams scored as
follows: Handbook 5; Michiganen-
sian 4; Painted Window 1; and Direc-
tory 1-3.
Senior Fits May Get More Invitations.
After negotiation by telegram the
senior lit invitation committee has
been able to place an extra order for
a limited number of additional invita-
tions. Those desiring to obtain any
more of the booklets may leave orders
at Wahr's Book Store, where the ex-
tra invitations wil be handled. The
additional invitations will be sold at
35 cents apiece and must be paid for
in advance. They will arrive here on
June 13, and all who want them should
order at once as the demand has been
great.

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GUY L WOOLFOLK

Announces a
Reduction in

IMPORTED

At Last'.

BLOAZIEBS,

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Let us make your next suit and be convinced that we
are giving you real values in custom made cloti es.
Our garlents are of the higher grade at
$17.50 to
The Qiality Tailors
209 East Liberty Street, Home Telphone Building.
E. C. FILANDERS,Manager., Former Mgr. Woolen Mills.
No connection with any other store In Lmn Arbor
Special Shoes Just Received

Hub Organ Favors Wolverine Games.
The Boston Globe speaking editorial-
ly declares that there is a strong de-
sire for -Michigan football games in
the East. If Michigan returns to the
Conference many big teams will regret
the loss of meeting the Maize and
Blue. Says the Globe: "So Michigan
has decided not to return to the Con-
ference fold. Well there are a number
of big teams here in the East whom
Michigan can play. Announcement of
a three cornered Penn-Dartmouth-
Michigan combination looks good to
the enthusiasts of the Boston and New
England football public."
WILSON CHOSEN CAPTAIN
OF VARSITY TENNIS TEAM.
Next year's varsity tennis team will
be captained by Edwin C. Wilson, '15,
qf Detroit. With the choice of a suc-
cessful tennis season for Michigan,
the members of the varsity squad
elected Wilson as captain. Wilson has
played regularly on the varsity for
thelast year and shown both ability1
and consistency. Capt. Wilson has
every hope for an able tennis team in
1914, as there will be plenty of good
material to pick from.,
FRESH RACQUET WIELDERSc
CLOSE SUCCESSFUL SEASON
The all-freshman tennis team will
not play Toledo Central tomorrow as
a telegram received today called off
the match.7
Ypsilanti was tied Thursday after-
noon by the fresh team, the score be-t
ing 1 1-2 to 1 1-2. This marked the9
close of a successful season for thec
fresh team since they won three
matches and tied one. Numerals willb
probably be awarded the team.,

and

MAJESTIC

Cricket Coals,
In Solid Blue or White
$12,50 Coats Reduced
to S8.50
special values
White Flannel and Billiard Cloth
Trousers
Ann Arbor Showroom
326 South Stale Street

Ann Arbor

"icturos

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COW7IENCEMENT EXERCISES TO
RIVAL JUBILEE.
(Continued from page 1.)
versity on behalf of the representa-
tives of the Arthur Hill estate and the
acceptance on behalf of the university
will be given by Regent W.L.Clements.
Gov. W. N. Ferris will accept the new
structure on behalf of the state and
the dedicatory address will be present-
ed by Senator C.E. Townsend, of Mich-
igan.
Reunions of some thirty classes will
be held during the day. Registration
headquarters will be in Memorial Hall.
The senate reception to the delegates,
invited guests, graduates, former stu-
dents and friends of the university will
be held in Memorial hall at 9:00
o'clock that evening. A baseball game
with Pennsylvania will be staged on
Ferry field at 3:00 o'clock.
The sixty-seventh annual commence-
ment will be held in Hill auditorium on
Thursday morning at 10:00 o'clock.
The graduating classes, regents, and
members of the faculty will form for
the commencement address will be
given by President George E. Vincent,
of the University of Minnesota.
The commencement dinner will be
held in Waterman gymnasium at 1:15
o'clock in the afternoon and admis-
sion will be 75 cents. The annual re-
ception to the graduating class of the
homeopathic department will be given
from 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock by Dean and
Mrs. Hinsdale at their home at 716
Forest avenue.

Were you cauht by the V ovie
Man~
See Yourself in Movies
TWO DAYS ONLY
June 9-1

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[Hoppe's Former Store]
Liberty St.

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Next Monday and
Tuesday, Matinee
and Night

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Fresh Candies

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Have You Tried Us ?

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STU E T-AT ==ENTION
We are prepared to check your baggage from hose to
destination. Secure your rail road tickets early and avoid the
inconvenience of waiting at depots.
Special attention given to billing of freight shipments.
Taxis' and carriages on call day or night.
PHONE 15.
POLUEMUS TR A1NSFRL LINE, M-"gr^.
Managing Editor is Called Home. Prof. Wenley Addressed State Authors
Frank Pennell, managing editor of The Michigan Authors' Association
The Michigan Daily was suddenly call- was addressed by Prof. Wenley at their
ed home yesterday owing to the seri- banquet Thursday evening at the Tul-
ous illness of his father, J. M. Pennell, ler Hotel. . Prof. Wenley spoke on
of Cheboygan, Michigan. "The Business of an Author."

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There are still two openings to do1
educational work under Prof. Dail in
Central Kansas this summer. $2.50
per day guaranteed. Phone 359-L for
interview. 179-80
Listen: The choicest of commence-
ment and wedding gifts and best pric-
es, at "The Palais Royal," 304 S. Main
St. Our new location. Please call.

v Location

119 E. Liberty Street

EXTRA SENIOR LIT INVITATIONS.
Order at once at Wahr's Bookstore.
Pay when ordering, 35 cents a piece,
delivery June 13th.

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CHOICE STRAW

HATS.

Showing of New Straw Hats comprises all the good soes in every shape that's correct,
tter to make your selectioi now than later.

The Straw Hat Season Will now be in tull swing and Yu'l fare riuchb

FRED W. CROSS, 123 E, Liberty

STRAWS $2 and S

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