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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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and WE FIT YOU RIGHT

Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
In The Michigan Daily of June 3,
appeared a communication signed by
myself and others asserting that there
was in our possession information in
affidavit form with reference to the eli-
gibility of certain members of the uni-
versity baseball team. 1 have decided
to comply with the request of the eli-
gibility committee of the board in con-
trol of athletics and turn this informa-
tion in to them today. However, I
desire to explain a misleading fea-
ture of the communication of Wednes-
day. This information was gathered
by myself, and none of the men who
signed the communication were instru-
mental in its gathering. These other
signers of that communication, viz.,
Harold 1-lulbert, '14M, Wm. C. Mullen-
dore, '14-'16L, Harry D. Parker, '16L,
Lewis Reimann, '17L, and Werner
Schroeder, '14-'16L, signed only as en-
dorsers"of my signature and as evi-
dencing their belief in my good faith
and honesty in the matter. The re-
sponsibility for this action is not
theirs. I desire at this time to make
clear their position in-the matter.
CHARLES C. WEIBER.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I take this method of acknowledging
the faithful and otherwise unrecog-
nized assistance given me by Florence
Middaugh, '15, and Beulah Phillips,
'17, in conducting this column during
the past year.
VERA M. BURRIDGE.
Martha C. Gray, '16, has been ap-
pointed women's editor of The Daily

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119 E. Liberty St.

at G15RICK
DETROIT
Lyman H. Howe presents
he V. S. NAVY
and other Iateresting films
for the coming year.
* * *
Senior women should register for
the house party which is to be held in
the Newberry hall of residence on
Thursday, June 17, at once.
Elizabeth Arthur, '17, Albertine
Loomlis, '17, Marguerite Kerns, .'16,
Ethel Hosmer, '17, and Ruth Kreger,
16, were elected to Stylus, the honor-
ary writing club for women, at its last
meeting of the year, yesterday.
Weather permitting, "The Arrow-
Maker," the senior women's play, will
be presented at 7:15 oclock on Mon-
day, June 1, on an oppn air stage on
the campus at the rear of President-
Emeritus Angell's yard.
YE AI J RINGS )ANY
(40O) INNOVAT)ONS
(Cmit),inued from page 1)
j2r1: i organiization by its president.
"Y" also brought together in the
city a number of speakers who con-
dueted th4 mobilization of last fall.
Along social lines, the revival of the
Junior Hop was the most noteworthy
event of the year.- After a riot at the
hop in 1913, the senate put the ban on
the annual function, but this year by
petition to the senate, the affair was
revived.
In the matter of the athletic associ-
ation, two changes have been brought
about. In the system of selecting Var-
sity managers, four assistants, instead
of the former two, are now being chos-
en at the annual election in the spring.
In the following year, the association
recommends two of the four men to
com)ete for the managership. A pen-
tathlon, an athletic event consisting of

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Get your Straw or Panama hat at the actory Hat Store.
Everytilng the very latest in Strawi, Pana, and Leghorus.
We can also make them up to order and trim tem just as
you want them.

Rubber soled shoes re-soled as they should be

JAPAN SUMMER TRIP
It happens that one of the most
fascinating tourist lands is even more
than usually available for travelers
this summer. It is a land of beauty
and of peace and it costs far less than
usual to get there.
The Bureau of University Travel of
Boston has made its summer pla.Ts
with this in mind. Both its President,
Dr. H. H. Powers, and its Vice-Presi-
dent, Dr. C. L. Babcock, will be in
Japan this summer. Dr. Babcock sails
from San Francisco July 3rd and re-
turns September 4th. The entire trip
costs only $65k), and this price pro-
vides the very best to be had on land
apd sea. Practically the same tour{
but with less expensive steamship ac-
commodations is offered for $525.
Full details, together with folders
and all required information, will be
mailed upon application to Mr. Austin
Jenison, box 387, Lansing, Michigan.
five events, was started this spring by
the intramural authorities.
. In addition to Kermess, the band
bounce, the spotlight vaudeville and
the Boat club minstrels have been ad-
ded to the usual entertainments "put
on the boards" for the students.

Near Allenel Hotel

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N Choice of many
returning

A Change of Occupation
>etter rest than idle relaxation. During exams
nd an hour each day in playing Pool or Billiardsy
at the
Majestic Billiard Parlors
iaa and Kokales, Proprietors State Street

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--College Days---Michigan Goodbye---When Night Falls
urn Army--I'll Always Love You---Language of Love.
--Win for Michigan---That Michigan Band---Friars
Song--Faithful Pipe to Smoke---and dozens
of other Michigan songs.
Five copies for $1.00

Opera Scores, each $1.25

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