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May 10, 1925 - Image 2

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PACE TWO

TIHIL MCl(,IIGA N

DAILY

SUNDIAY, :I'AY 11, 1U2-'-5

NA E J8ICATIONmilitaristsMe
HED FUR 12:2B

(Con tinuled froii b One)
school to actet a;{ c P ioi 01o01]the:
staff of the lDef roil J ouril . In 1899
and '99 lhe ('01(11chted the editorial
col Ul'1tf (1the il)4t o 'ee Ures
and vwa .a seut, to ihiglid a,;bythatpa -{
In 1905 Air.f larrimian ectame the
editor (4f0t" PilJ grim nmag~azriie, lean-
ing thl:s position fotoIhe Red Book.
From 1912 to( 1919 lie was, the an-_
aging edoitorof'I lie L adies h om i
Journal, and has ,ince vet urned to
the :Red Look and HTm,1 Book, his of-
fice being local ed a .tt('h icao. In
1910 ;he wVas fpi'e~ein ftorlin _A. 11. de-i
gree' by the U iver: i Iy, as of the
class of '98.
Il~Laswritl ,I (U V~laInovel,,
"Ann Arbor Tab'S,'' "T.i) 0 J1 omre Build-i
ers", ""'1{<, Gi rl 011L Tb re,"' and'
others, iiiddi into a rtlives and
short sI orie5 in va 1iow, 17{ "n)ag nes.
After NlI r.lIairriima's add!ross, the
staffs for no4y I year'ol 'Tlie4 D a ily, The
Suninier I aiI ,(liinn's, C a rgoyle andI
the Mwciaesa xill bie a llou nc-
ed. 11rcl., F. N. Scototf01Ole('rhiet 0'ic
depart i fllI, ('1811'18ii nof thme Boarid in
Control, ;will ;wctas t oa stn a sI r.
It is os(,tbna~t, (I hat smore than 400t
studlent;; -wlro ha Ve orW) 'ed on the
publica ions dutring thle past school
year will bw present,
Freshmen ...Win

ayRule Japan SPRING i~ALEWDAR June 1-Alumni Day. La tw Review Gives,
.. dtro 4- a eaauead dttps. 3t;t!1 -Setlitbr Reetion.f B a n q u et A t Y 1
.._ _hite l14-Bccalarehidt fs
Hit), fit fotecs' f)ay. May 28,29-Interscholastic Tennisi heMcianl°-Rve '~l
l' tY~~ly l11 A'bicago vs. Mihigan-ten- tournament." h ihgnLw'eiw -dis
M i.;pay 2-Examinations bTheoleinsexintd.ake nnuial hait cFri day fight in the
May i:- -$p'iig lectios. 11113 ±-WVisconsiu vs. Mcign'superiority over the Lansing men, iojTv'H-bIOStdltelir5
M1ay 13--Board in ('ontrol of Student tuack meet. lsn nyoebut h tt o-twelv fII till ~ nilobi s, and41fifteen
:.ti::v . .'utblicat ions Biinq et. jMay 30--Iowa vs. Michigan--base-logvertead wa mae upiof Ctinds alumni were ivi~cd and a great nun-
May P' 1--Thnior Singf ball. Cnerebn(eafa hieCati l0 of thcseattndedu.
)lay I-CpNight. May.30:--Wiscoiisii s icia- '6, HuCpai-lc enan igo So nenii in, 071,, of Chicago
l~ ~ ~ ~ ~~icia-'~E and C. L. Pettibone 28, repr-1 I teliuiil.paie fti:
May 1;- 10- Pat hers4' week endi. tennis !Sete~l Michigan. ~'step-niaIsekro 14
Thy M- 16 MVinnesota vs. Michigan- June II, 11-Alumni meet in Detroit . I,_____ _______________ evening, Ie cbcse as his subject t e
base ball. ( June 12-Ohio State vs. Michigan-!"UseC of Forms ill the ILaw vOtfi e.'
;;:::;;<Senio"r:. .; . 3"uct and Senior Ibaseball. Dean Henry At Hatesf the aw'
.*<" ' -. Sing. (,Trne 1?-Alumn1ti leuntion Day . 1XC Utue XW aflt scho1o00 also gave an adress to the
M',r t, ; ' fay 1231 21,, 2~3--May Fstival. Jlobe 12--Senior (lass Day. members.
.: : * ...:M . Y 22 --sollii 13Ia11. 4g
al ay :2--Last day for payment of (i-
7fU Ptde m rehlsi
:" f27 .lc9mB AN MEC ANaC
t) _ A-1 ar s ih A M R A
-'-t811- ;z5llSf'ba 1 1 K lllllllll 101-105 S.MAIN ST.--ANN ARBOR, MICH.-_-330 S. STATE
Straw®at Da
y Ma r1t
11
I(I t) get control of the governmoent inl' .AVN A LITTLE OUT OF YOUR INCOME EACH-
itto mlinistry, a,Baroni General £ iinl }SAVINd'.
Ay, priobably will be asked To form a WEEK IS NOT ALONE SUFFICIENT. SAVE A
:en wvithi Ioreciyo Takahashi, forni
the ilitry prty.DEFINITE PART OF IT. LAY IT ASIDE AT ONCE.
asigo, ay.- rsieiDON'T SAVE ONLY WHAT R~EMAINS. THE SAV-
d1 INGS FACILITIES OF THIS BANK ARE AT YOUR
('ohigehasdeintey dci=-)t DISPOSAL. WE'LL SERVE YOU COURTE .OUSLY
Jleave Washington for his sunumer w'at
cat ion in New England onl June 25),A DEFIIETY
going direct to 8Wan7)sott, A-ass., it we
;;was ant lion tat ivel y I ; aun~odayi --
iusonaliy
-IFo T atSu cNT = t Sa rt Hl.'t of cmeln 44-=M EM BE R FEDERAL RE SE1tV E S Y ST EM
- nufiy a ud style.
"Night J. F. Wuerth Co -
' 'a1 i'inIl(Par l' (Iothiers
Supper) [)Cow i )ltownt

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* . . ' .". "":.' ".. t il
Japanese militarist s are expect.,
tile e vent cif'Ithe (down fall (of the Kai
'lanaka:, new head or' the Seinhai palt
cabjilet..lBaronl Tanaha (right.) is so~
premier, his predecessor as head ofi
f~xtensive Paving

Class

Games

E

(Continued from 1Page Obe)casPln e B i
Ithroetinug conttest, th las --
of "'27 alt hough greatly handicapped I Streeot -pavingv in Ann Arbor will re-
1iy' inferior' nulnlb(rs, d islayed allr.'Cuv('couisideii'abl() impettis (uring the
aggressiv(eness tflat wonl the evelit . comning season, according to a tenita-
The freshmuien succeeded in tyinug 53 ti VC !rogl'1i laidol 1)-it y the board
inen, the sopho-mores 72. Eugene I. of sti ee~t commlfissioner's. The list. as~
IDune, cliairmnam of tile Student !lit standIs at present, comprising sev-
Councxil tTomniuiitte(' iii('barge oIf the en nIe(w st reots, is as follows:
Gaines stated last night "1thiat: the co-! First street, Ann to Liberty; Wash-
operation and spir)it 1.of both.i classes j ington str'eet, Ashley to Revena bloule-
was conimendallle." yard ; Revena boulevard, W. Wash-
A large crowd sur'rouinded'tlIhue ingon to I u-on: IHuron street.
arena in which the re'd andl gr'een be- TlwxelfthI to l'ourteentl ; Fourteenth'
decked coinl atants struggled for' street, Huron to Ann ; Ann street,
4uprcmacy. The (lamnes' this sp iuw Glen to Observatory; Gen avenue,
were unmarred by alny acciden'its to' Huron to (Catherine.
participants. Bids submitted by the var'ious con-
- !tractors on this work are to be pr'e-I
Port HuIron, May 9. .- After 5r, renated to the board of street comi. i
S years, the St. Clair County Republi- siolners at. a special meeting; which
can, a weekly newspaper, p~ublished will ho held on April 30.
at St. Clair, has pe(rmanently sus-
pended. .RE'AD)'Fula :(CLASSIFIED) ADS,

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The thing that counts-is----The sort of
(first impression you miake. And the thing;
that counts in makiri g a good impr ession
is ithe sort of clothes you wear. It is here
that we propose to Ibeip you. Our New
Spujg Suits are such that will Jplease the
most discriminating.-
Tailor
619 E. WILLIAM ST.

Atenderloin
steak
fresh vegetables
and
strawvberry
short ca,-ke
Harmony
Cafeterg a
508 East William
rvIcclief, l'cbst of foot!
is scr~ed.

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U On Sale up to M'ay 11lth
$5, $5.50; $6,,$,7-,
If festival coupon from, Choral Union
ticket is returned, deduct $53 from these
prices.

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