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June 25, 1912 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1912-06-25

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DAILY.

'he official newspaper of the Universi-
ty of Michigan.!
Walter K. Towers, Managing Editor.
r Rom Dilley, Business Manager.1

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THE WOLVERINE.

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ite Street
LIBERTY
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Admission 5 Cents,
MI

The official newspaper of the Summer
School.
Robert Gillett, Managing Editor.
John I1. Payne, Business Manager.
The commemoration week editions are
edited and managed by the combined
staffs of the two papers.
This edition staff.
Night Editor-Fred B. Foulk.
Manager-A. K. Johnson, Jr.
Welcome.
On behalf of the faculty and stu-
dents, The Michigan Daily extends a
most hearty welcome to the returning
alumni. We are glad that you were able
to drop in on us again, partly because
we like to see you, and partly because
we feel that in you we will have read-
ers more deeply appreciative of our
editorial wisdom than the common run
of undergraduates to whose welfare
we are accustomed to devote our en-
ergies.
We hope that you will make your-
selves at home on the campus and in
the town. We trust that the week will
be a profitable one, and that the mem-
ories it awakens will be kept fresh
until our one-hundredth anniversary,
when we expect toi see you all again.
You have an opportunity which you
cannot afford to neglect. Our profes-
sors have been totally unable to make
the great majority of us see things in
their right light. Those of our fel-
low students who habitually frequent
the library have been unable to inspire
us to follow them. But you are re-
spected men and women who have
seen more of less of the world and,
we feel sure,. profited by a wide expe-
rience, and your example would be of
great weight in helping us to stifle the.
too human longings that come to us
every year with the advent of spring
in spite of our college education. We
hope that you will make the most of
your opportunity.
'10 Lits to Dine Tonight.
The 1910 lits held a reunion dinner
tonight at 6:30 at 537 {elm St. The
affair will be free to all members of
the class.

(Continued from page 1.),
the art of Jiu Jitsu.
"Freddie" Lawton and "Eddie" How-
ell will come on the stage next and in-
troduce an original musical act in
which they will sing "The Wishing
Well," "How Dare You," and some of
harry Lauder's successes. Quartettes
from the Glee and Mandolin clubs are
due to make their appearance at this
point in the program with a few songs.
The Mimes of the Michigan Union
will come forth next and present a one
act comedy entitled"Miss Everlasting."
This skit is fresh from the pens of
"Cork" Riordan and , "Bob" Beck.
"Newt" Fox has been secured to play.
the part of Hope Daily, while Maurice
McMahon appears as the ardent lover
in presenting the character of Robert
Reynolds, '12. The scene is laid on
the campus. -4.
The committee in charge of the en-
tertainment requests that all delegates
and all holders of tickets marked "spe-
cial" to enter the tent by the gate
nearest the medical building.
The evening program begins with
a concert of popular university songs
from the campus band stand by the
combined mandolin and glee clubs at
7 o'clock.
Senior Reception.
The senior reception will be held in
the gyms commencing at 9 o'clock.'
Underclassmen and alumni are invited
to attend. Tickets are on sale at
State street bookstores for $4, gallery
seats $1.
SENIOR LAWS HOLD CLASS DAY.
Portrait of Prof. E.. R. Sunderland Pre-
sented as Class Memorial
The class day exercises of the 1912
law class were held in University Hall
yesterday afternoon. Roscoe E. Bon-
isteel, class president, made a short
address, welcoming the friends of the
class to ae events of the day and
week. Frakk T. Hinks reviewed the
class history, the class poem was giv-
en by Philip H. Cale, Sigmund W. Da-
vid delivered the. oration, and the
prophecy was read by Samuel A. Pers-
key.
On behalf of the class Langdon H.
Larwill presented the class memorial,
a portrait of Prof. E. R. Sunderland.
Dean Bates, speaker for the university
and the department of law,, accepted
the gift. Elbert C. Middleton pro-
nounced the valedictory, and the exer-
cises closed with the singing of "The
Yellow and Blue."

Dr. Angell's Reminiscences
Dr. Angel's Selected Addresses
Ano Arbor Tales, Karl Harriman
Michigan University Song Book
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