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and the deliciousness of the thirst
quencher to give you double pleasure.
- But you don't even have to be thirsty
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May not be a noble bird
but his feathers are ad-
mired by all. Clothes of
this kind are individually
custom tailored byJ

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Campfis Tailor

CITY NEWS
Judge Kinne yesterday denied the
motion for a new trial filed by At-
torney Arthur Brown for Walter I.
McKenzie against the Detroit, Jack-
son and Chicago railroad. McKenzie
had sued the railroad for alleged dam-
ages.
The combined girls' and boys' glee
clubs of the Ann Arbor high school
will give a concert at Pattengill au-
ditorium Saturday night of this week.
W. E. Binkley, physical director of
the local Y. M. C. A., will leave the
city Monday of next week for Val-
paraiso, Chile, via the Panama canal.
Mr. Binkley will take up the duties
of physical secretary at the Y. M. C. A.
there.
EVERYBODY READY FOR
BIG CONCERT TONIGHT
(Continued from Page One)
It was learned yesterday that a treat
is in store for syncopation lovers in
the person of "Bill" Williams, who
upperclassmen will remember as one
of the best entertainers that has ever
graced an Ann Arbor stage. His spe-
cialty is individual stunts.
In addition to Wahr's, Sheehan's, the
Delta, Grinnell Bros. and Huston's,
tickets have been placed on sale at all
the boarding houses at 25 cents.
The program follows:
Laudes Atque Carmina..A. A. Stanley
1. (a) Victors..............Elbel, '01
(b) Varsity ...........Moore, '12
.gombined Clubs
2. Popular Melodies
Midnight Sons' Quartet
Hartesveldt, Kerr, Westerman, Haag
3. (a) lfmfnian ...,...... S. A. Gibson
(b) -Swing Along... W. Marion Cook
Glee Club
4. Oriental Dan-ce from "The
Woodlands" ...... Victor Herbert
Mandolin Club Trio
Forsythe, Wheeler, Davis
5. Michigan Songs
The Bum Army......*..Moore
'Tis of Michigan We Sing
I.Want to Go Back to Michigan
Glee Club
6. Sunset .............Van de Water
Varsity Quartetf
Davis, Grover, Wilson, Hiett
7. Clan Alpine-War Song from I
"Cross of Fire".....Max Bruck,
Glee Clubl
Solo by Sikes
8. Selections
Mandolin Club Trio
9. (a) The Cossack ........Moniuszkot
Arr. by MacDowell
(b) The Musical Trust ....Hadleye
Glee Club}
10. Syncopationss
Rag Pickers' Sextett
Forsythe, Wheeler, Davis, Leininger,
Aldrich, ScanlanI
11. Michigan Opera Hitst
Friar's Song-from Contrarie I
Mary. ......Diekema, '14
Solo by Dieterle
My Girl from Michigan-from
Awakened Rameses..Wuerthner
Solo by WilsonP
Men of the Maize and Blue- I
from Tres Rouge..Gornetzky,'17
Yellow and Blue.........Balfe
Combined Clubs
And "Bill" Williams, '14E 1
EXPECT BIG VOTE ON
ALL-CAMPUS ELECTION
(Continued from Page One) f
Athletic association books must bec
presented in order to vote for the
student athletic officials, and Union
membership cards must likewise be
shown to cast ballots for the Union

candidates.

THE HARDEST TEST IN
THE WORLD
F OR a Cigarette-To smoke it be-
fore breakfast when your taste
is fresh and keen.
And that is why we ask you to try
this morning before you forget.
Perhaps the're not your cigarette, there
may be others you'd like better; but
our motto is a good one to follow.
"Fret Morning Till'Ni ht
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WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS

A Complete Line of
Drug Sundries, Kodei ks
Candies, Perfumes
A LBERtT MANN, Druggist
213 South M in St. An Arbor, io.h*
Seniors: Order them now-Your TO GIVE VAUDEVILLE SHOW
calling cards; at Wahr's University KUIUNG COMMENCEMENT WEEK
Bookstore.
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A short vaudeville performance to
be given in Hill auditorium on Tuesday
At the earlier ages, especially, the evehing of Commencement week is
difference in premium between an being planned by the Michigan Union,
ordinary Life Policy and an Endow- under the direction of Stanley P.
ment is very slight. Smith, '17. The entertainment will be
The time for such a policy to mature for the bpnefit of the visiting alumni
should,' in'most cases, not be earlier and friends of the graduates.
than 60 or 65. In a company whose
risks are well selected, whose in- For quick service, call 2255. tf
vestments are made with skill and
care, and whose affairs are economi- Look over the advertisements in
cally administered, the financial re- The Michigan Daily. They will in-
sults of endowment policies are very te, est you. **
attractive. Harry Bacher, District ---
Agent, the Provident Life and Trust Patronize Daily Advertizers. **
Co., Phone 735-M. j1 4
_ _ - May Festival Artists make Victor
Patronize Daily Advertizers. ** Records. Schaeberle & Son. tf

Girls' Baseball
Teams in Contest
Freshman Aggregation Trounces Soph.
omores by Score of
20 to 81
Freshman girls' baseball team had
the Sophomores beaten at the end of
the five-inning game yesterday by a
score of 26 to 21. Had the game end-
ed at the end of the first inning, the
sophomores would have won by a
score of 8 to 6, or again at the end of
the fourth inning, when they led by
one run with a score of 19 to 18. And
then too-but it was an exciting game.
But of course this was a regular
game by the university women. And
Miss Lucille Duff, captain of the fresh-
man team, made a home run, the only
one of the game. For this, and for
the 26 runs, the honors are with the
yearlings.
SOPH ENGINEERS FAIL TO
ELECT STUDENT COUNCILMAN
No choice was made in the sopho-
more engineer election for student
councilman held yesterday. A second
election will be held Friday morning
from 8:00 o'clock to 12:00 o'clock, in
the second floor corridor of the engi-
neering building. The nominees are:
S. S. Atwood, E. G. Dudley, and W.
M. McKee.
Canadian Club Elects Officers
At a business meeting of the Cana-
dian club held last night, the follow-
ing officers for the ensuing year were
elected: President, E. W. Pulling, '17;
vice-president, A. MacDonald, '18E;
secretary, J. H. Smith, '19E; treas-
urer, W. R. Milner, '17D; publicity, L.
W. H. Charnock, '17D; faculty adviser,
Prof. T. J. MacKavanagh; executive
committee, L. D. Larke, '17, and J.
B. Somers, '18D.
Technic Staff to Hold Spring Banquet
The staff of the Michigan Technic
will hold their annual spring banquet
Monday, June 5, at Mack's dining par-
lors. Both the staff men, and the staff
try-outs, will attend the dinner. The
arrangements, which are in the hands
of C. M. Burns, '17E, are almost com-
pleted. Speeches will be made by one
or two Engineering College faculty
men, and by a few of the staff men.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your interest to trade
with them.
Look over the advertisements in
The Michigan Daily. They will in-
terest you. **

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"On Your Toes
The winning team is on its toes every inning
of the game. Strong bodies and keen brains
battling for an opening. Nerve and endurance
are required here as well as muscle, speed and
skill. The most important food in developing
these is
ShredetWea
This body-building whole wheat food has played no
small part in winning victories on field and diamond
and cinder track. It is the stuff that muscle is made
of-it fits a man to play the game and derive the ut-
most benefit and enjoyment from it. Easy to digest,
delicious to eat, it furnishes the maximum of nutrition.
Its flavor is always fresh and new. Try a bowl for
lunch or supper; eat it regularly at breakfast. Served
with milk or cream, or combined with fruit or berries.
"There is health and strength in every shred"

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sui tnot earlier than June 10, note
later than June 15. Dr. Adeline E.i
Gurd, 1002 Cornwoll. 1122-J after
Al P. M. ji
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Will sell one new Stewart
Phonograph for $4.25. A. B. Buch-
anan. Phone 1037-W. 530 Packard

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changed in error on 7:42 Ann Arbor.
Kindly communicate with G.AMc-
Clennan, Marcha Cook Dorm. ji
LOST-Memorial Day, near Barton
Dam or above, lady's pocket book.1
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Eastern Miehigan Division

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GRINNELL BROS. Music House
116 South Main St. PHONE 107
Downtown Headquarters for Glee and Mandolin Club Concert Tickets

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Call 830 for saddle ponies.
Victrolas, $15 and $25, fo

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