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INES'ENTERED
[CAGO TRACK MEET

(Continued from Page Three)
nor is she entered in the other track
events.
The javelin throw will bring to-
gether four or five men of almost
equal ability and. will be closely con-
tested. Bronder of Pennsylvania, the
best of the Easterners, Saranti and
Merchant of California, Angier of Il-
linois, and Hoffman the Michigan en-
try, will probably fight it out for hon-

ors.
California, the winner of the East-
ern Intercollegiate, and Illinois, the
Conference champions will fight it out
for premier honors. Both teams have
swept everything before them and
they will stage a real battle. Illinois
at first withdrew because of the fact
that only ten men from each school
could be entered, but has re-entered
again.
Order your Summer Daily today.-

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Engineers' an(I Architects' Materials
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Cameras and Supplies

Candies

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WHAT'S GOING ON
FRIDAY
9:00-Meeting of the Board of Re-
gents.
10:00-Annual meeting of Alumnae,
Memorial hall.
10:00-Literary college class day ex
ercises on the campus.
10:00-Engineering college class day
exercises at senior benches.
12:45-Alumnae luncheon at Betsy
Barbour house.
12 :45-Senior engineer banquet at Un-
ion.
3:0Q-Alumni-Varsity baseball game.
4:00-Open house at Martha Cook.
8:0-"Pomander Walk," Whitney the-
ater.
8:30-Union vaudeville at Hill audi-
torium.
SATURDAY
9:00-Dental alumni reception, Dental
building.
10:00-Annual alumni meeting, Hill
auditorium.
12:15-Alumni luncheon.
12:15- ''M" club luncheon, Union.
1:30-Alumni mass meeting at Hill au-
ditorium.
2:30-Homoeopatldc nurses alumnae
meet at Homoeopathic Medical
school.
4:00-Alumni-Varsity baseball game,
Ferry field.
6:00-Homoeopathic alumnae banquet.
8:30-Annual senior Prom on campus.
8:30-Senate reception at Memorial
hall.
9:00-Classes of,'13,,'14,115,116 dance
at Union.
SUNDAY
8:00-Mortarboard breakfast at Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority.
11:00-Baccalaureate address by Pres-
ident Marion L. Burton, Hill audi-
torium.
4:00-Vesper service for senior wo-
men at Martha Cook building.
8:00-Meeting of alumni interested in
S. C. A. at Lane hall.
U-NOTCES
Members of the Alumnae House asso-
ciation will hold their annual meet-
ing at 2 o'clock tomorrow at Alum-
nae House. Transaction of busi-
ness and election of officers will
take place.
There will be a sale of senior girls'
collars at 9 o'clock this morning in
University hall.
The regulation dress for senior wo-
men during commencement activi-
ties will be white dresses ,worn un-
der the acedemic costume, and black
footwear.
Your name embossed free of charge
on all fountain pens purchased from
0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade.-
Adv.
Watch for the Commencement ex-
tra Monday.-Adv.
Subscribe today for The Summer
Michigan Daily.-Adv.

FIRST DAY OF GRADUATION
PERIOD OPENED BY LAWS"
(Continued from Page One)
President Burton, who followed
Dean Whitney on the program, went1
on to speak of "The Necessities of
Life." These are, he said, choice, strug-
gle, purpose, and, In a certain sense,
self-effacement.
Choice First Necessity
"One of the inevitable necessities of
life," said Pr'esident Burton, "is
choice." He pointed out that one can
not always do everything thatis ex-
pected of him-but' one must make
choices. "Life requires of you, even
to the extent of tragedy, that you make
a choice."
The President continued: "We
must choose, we must struggle, and
we can do neither one without pur-
pose. A disturbing factor is your-
self. Don't try to make anyone like
yourself-one's enough. Self-efface-
me'nt, in a way, is a necessity of life.
The only way to efface yourself is to
be absorbed in something worthwhile.
Captain Smith, of the Titanic, who
went down with, his ship, was : self-
effacing-he had identified himself
with a purpose, and could not live aft-
er his ship had sunk.
"Be able to choose, to struggle, to
have a purpose, and be able to use all
the power that has been given you for
something worthwhile," President
Burton concluded.-
The singing of the "Yellow and
Blue" closed the program.
ALUMNI PREPARED FOR
CLASH WITH FISHER'S MEN
(Continued from Page One)
will hold down second, while Uteritz
who has been chosen captain for next
year, will handle the grounders at
shortstop position. On third there will
be Paper, and Shackleford, Kipke, and
Roby will be in the outfield. Dixon
will pitch one of the games while Liv-
erance, Elliott! or Schultz will be on
hand to pitch the other one.
Today's game will begin at 3 o'clock
while tomorrow hostilities will comn-
mence at 4 o'clock. Admission of $1
will be charged. Student athletic
books are not good for admission to
these games.
Regents to Act Upon Degrees
Granting of degrees to the members
of the graduating classes will be the
principal work of the Board of Re-
gents in their annual commencement
meeting here this morning.
The smallest Dunn Pen holds as
much ink as the largest self filler. 0.
D. Morrill, dealer, 17 Nickels' Arcade.
-Adv.
The "write" gift. A box of station-
ery from 0. D. Morrill's, 17 Nickels'
Arcade.-Adv.

Your Children
need the extra food value that they get in our special
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SAY IT WITH A BRICK!

Watch the building program with
The Summer Daily.-Adv.
Adv.
Featuring the Commencement -
Monday's Daily.-Adv.%

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You who are back in Class Reunions,
and you who are graduating - don't
fail to take away with you Michigan
Music - to help keep fresh your fond
memories.
"Michigan's Favorite
College Songs"

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H. A. MILLS,
COMMERCIAL AGENT,
Ann Arbor, Mich.

College Music in Sheet Form
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