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Z ,-F M. DAILY.

Publshed Daly (Sunday excepted) during
the Collee year, by
THEEOU Of M INEPENONI ASSOCIAION
Orrie: Times building N. Main t, opposite
pst office.
EDITORS.
H. COLEMAN, Lit'7, Managing Editor.
G. 13. iiA~soNo, Lw '0, Asistnt.
A. IV. SMra, Lit. Spel., Asistant.
W. A. SPItsL, Late 'l, Assittat.
J. A. LOttY, Lit. it, Atltici Editor.
J. S. PEARL, Las't, Bsiess Mansger.
It. 1V. Levy, Last'W, Assistnt.
Associate Editors.
S. B. Shiley, Lit. 11i i. A. Dacer, Litlit..
E. L. Evas, Law '(. Lt Snderlatd,Lit'll.
Carrie V.Soit,Liit.'d6. LiR. iaoble,Lat'll.
t.A.looghttt,llent '0 .11 .i. Frell, Lit. '.
Al Gilbert, Otg. 97. l..arntotn,Nletic'lt.
l aiie Mi. Topso, Lt '7.
G. It. eath, 'iarmit' '(3.
Subsscription price 2 50 pr yetr, itvarialy
in advance. Sitgevtoies ents. Sbscrip-
tions may itoleftt at te offie o lt'ieDALY,
at Soliet's, at State st. est stand, with ay
or te editors or atoried soicitrs.
Cmmnttticatitos sold recht the ofie by
7 ococktp. to. ifthey are ts appear te ext
day. A dsress limatter itetetdtfor pabli-
cationt te lngig Etitor. All busiess
cosmmuntictiosostould e sttt to te isi-
lessManatgr.
THE U. OF R7. DAILY.
AAorit, ih.
Thte editors do oitt old temtselves reoptn-
sibt' foe the opinionstsor st~teetsttf cres-
ponttetnts, appetrittgithie DALY.
If titay not bs' gnierttly hinow thtt
iponthe it'oniiv reeived'slfoe t~diitl.
-tins 1o the' inter-scistyidebteltoi-
0111'seatker's, nlfrioitCiciatg'.
'Te Datily truists thtallitannoince-
ntnt of tistftct will b lt tilt. to
ilslirts ti rttstsIilioise. 'ieri"' tns
of the vtrios spi' hsI-ill tlitit iye
It woslu lit'wll foti the ltgilottrs
lt Ltisiig who ate otaking stiehi t
hoe antIcry oer xpesest ii lt
U'iisvrsity to coiiptre Ithe porc ait
expenss of Aihiganl willh thost'of
sther institttions of etqtal inagnitde.
If tisilowre (bie luereiiisiilubts
butfthatIncitiiof he igiortniece-
gtriiiigthe matetrlc wolt bsover-
comeian tiiii t es ltiol iesyctii a dif
ferent light. Th'lis is nt. loweeru,
1t1e'corse utstlly pusrsfed by htyils
state's rresstotiss Tiey, art
Wotito10gtince' ii atcursory iMatnneir
ovter tilesbudgt oein''ig saltrioanti
expess, ansi then wiitot coidetirig
whait other states reiaiig for etu
cation, come huridsly to the coiilusioii
thiat ttXiityers are bintlg impiostd
sentatives, should b ' thoroughly in.
fsrvsi ,Is to1117g rlitiv cost of
of learning throgout the contry.
to this way only is It iossible for
theiii to sial justly with Ilo problem,
Slit real iatre of which Iliey kow
so little oftIpresnt.
Much oilplailt is btiig heard from
stuitents who assert that they ae
turned away from classes in sifferet
subjects on the iea that thi sectios
are already crowded. There is eason
to believe that their grievances -art
wel founded fromn inve tigaion which

hals bieeniitiie. In sor
sents arteobiligit. to st
iumtetr sit liours or ttile
sihty wouildi lit otlurwi
it pssisbe for them to 1
otrigintilly otutlinetd. Thii
especeially, in the rios',
ltlliugsewherei'it'Ilies
usuotllyiti nd'. the iit
fuse 10oiadmittosnly 1a
Suichi asttettof taffti
det'riiintl t o li heIic
ctussnoistendiIof Irisu
ii lit whio are matnly I

'Ii
ll
it-

Ann> Arbor ivision of Co? ii-
idie t tNewberry 1iti11 f, Gf
offisers.
''fed. anld Thiurs., Miar. k,- as-
sictil conife'rene.
Wed..,Mllrsb 27.-Annual S. C. A.
eletion.
11ed. aiid Thurs., Mlareli 27.2.-
('Itilel conferene'untter asopiees of
Michiganl Schloolmlasttr's clls.
Fri., MNar. 29.-'Varsity indoor moes
in Gymnasiuml.
Fri., MlarcI 20.-Junlior lit tocial ini
tGran;gei~ stcademiy.
Fri. antiSt., 'Mar. 2B.3..-MleinT
of'MiclligollSchoolmnasters' slob.
M0. P. S. ASSOCIATION.
I will meet students wishing to joinl
flit'Michtiganl Politieal Scence 11sso-
citioni, in thie small roomi off the etast
seminary rooiii of flit librtary aiiy
atitern~oon exeplt Stflrdlay between 3
anti 4 o'clock. The limemibertship fee
is $1, which eiitles to the, threeo110111-
tiers of fteimblicationis alretady is-
suedt. C. 11. COOL EY, 'Tiasp
i.. (". SI'ilti'l.X'S) lit, of Iowstis
s isitilig tse Uniteresity.

'ivitli tte sdcmatnds of thit n lstrucetorls.
Somie liproviisinshtotulidbe nmtiee wli-
bsy till maity b ' tiiaccommlodatte withot.
lest hatie p l r oss' ii 'i'tiiialiy 1wr-
son wlho et sires tlipursuec a cirlaill
coulrst' of stull il na isis'sthtlaeltis
tics crowded. Stuilntltesths' tits
Illetenlt tarrantgemeni Il t f 'cltill.t is
suffilctciietore' shldililbe' prov-idedi.
U. OF M. CALENDAR.
'l'lttrs.. -Mathl''i7.-Prof. Tltetltllsons~
w\ill leitelsr'ini ltw'lectture,10ro111sn
"ThlIt troducetionl of IEvsidecte li lthe
Jewish(Couirts.''
i-ni.,S'tarchi 0.-Lectuire ill '5. 1.
chutrchl by Dr1.fC. St. I 'tbern,011 'All
Afternloonl with Grieat Menl."
Fri., 'MtrirtS.- Pirilimiintary dbaite
"Shlolthl"Unitedsi 111a tivsuil atis
tiiisiilti 15 cenits.
tin "Knlowitig Goid," it Ne'wbs'rrty hitll,
4 ii. in.
Su~n., , tarch 1(0, 12 tii.-Prof. I..IF.
scisity IBibls'eltass at eMhehodist
cchitl.
Slotn., -tircht 11.-P'rof. Slecezllbii-
tortefteUntiy elubtiott"The(Origin of
Sotiic tamiilitar Instittions."
F~ri. eve., Stiar. 1.-Settlonlort iparty
of Granger's academy.
Fri., Star. 15.-Unisversity oratorical
contesf in U'nisversity hall under ausopi-
ces of S. L. A.
Sat., lrchl lil-Firt tainnutal alumni
baniquetIofSt'ecltistsitf 'l9t-lit.
Sat., 'IMarch 16l, I1 p. inl.-'Meetinlg of
DITSON MUSIC.
"Six Love Songs,"
By Fransk E. Sawyer. Translations of Sis
of Bet's finest lyrics in esquisite musical
settings. Heavy Paper, T6 cents.
"COLLEGE SONGS."
Tie neandard collection of College Songs.
Over 1i00,000 sold. Hemv y Paper, 50
cents; Cloth. Gilt. $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS"
Only bosh of the bled publinshed. The
songs of the leading colleges for women.
Heavy Pmper. $1.00.
,,ROYAL COLLECTION INSTRUMENTAL CUIT~d MUSIC,"
Eighty-two pieces for the guitar from the
best soureers. A splendid collection. Haund-
some Cover. 5O cents..
Any boosnt pospaid on' receipt of price.
OLIVER DITSON CO.,
4113-463 'Washigton St.. Bostoms
0.1H. Ditson & Co.. N. T.

IIPMIENT OF
no Ian Shoe&
t S& ALLMAND
h ;tniBlock, Ann Arbttr.
P. S.-See our Show Window.
THE GRANO) OPERA HOUSE,-
lThursday, March 7th.
GEORGE STETSON'S
Btt Spe'ctacular
DNCL[ TOM'S CABINI
The Barnum of th~em tll. Coder ste man--
agemest o1 L.'it. W5ashbuorn.
50 Men, Women and Children
Doubtle BandsIandtOrcestra. A Creatt Com
ptinty. Atirett'stast. Two Topsies,
.MISS KATE PARTINGTON.
PRICES, - 35c, 50c, and 75c.
P1 atinotyrpes.
TSE ILATEST T~iINt
PHOTOGRAPHY
-AT-
BERRYMAN'S
6 E. Huron St.
SPECIAL RATES TO SENIORS.
REUBEN H. XEMPF,
From the Boyal Canservatory,
Stuttgart, Gerstany,
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Monsica
Composition; also the Art, of
Teaching.
Studio t2 S. Division SL., Ann Arbor, Mhich
THE ANN ARDOR SAVINGS DANK
Ann Arbor, Situ. Capital Stoch, $400
aurphin, 150,400
Orgunnzed under the Genetal Bathing Laws-
of thtis State. iteceies deposits. bsy and
sells exchtanige ontthte principal cities of the
Usited States. Dtrafts ctshed spots proper'
identificationi. Safety deposit hoses to rent.
OrrICnoSs Christian hack, Pree.; WX. 0.-
Hiarrimans, Vice-lees.; Chtas. E. 11ihscockr"
Cashsier;,M.1J.tFitz toAssistanlt Cashsier.
Metropolitan Cafe
Lonchlaisd Dining Room. No. 18 N.
Fourth Ave., between Arlington iotil
and City Office IBuilding. Open all
hours.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis, Props.

VICTOR ATHLETIC GOODS
ats, daily diematstrting t,~thirrs spei-
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thse test, stnd sic stsse succeeded-sss
we ore tsssure'd by as critical public-its
Mtahing"or lustof Baseballs, Btts,
Cloves ansd Mitts, Tennis Balts, Rlack-
ct, Netsoisxinsg loves, lFootballs,
etc., te leadeis in quality.
BUY VICTOR ATHLETIC GOODS.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Mtakters of Victsor iclycles.
Bostnil. Philadelpia, Derolit,
Nre York, Chiago, Dreer.
SansFranrinco, Lesusgrhss. Pertland
Members of Guaraistee Ticktet Brohers' Ans-
eiation of C. S.
Cosby & McKeon R. R. Ticket Agency
50 Adams st., Cicao. Reducerd roses to all
poinsts. Brunchl The Kindergarten No. 3
N. Main s., Ann Artor, Mihigan.
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Corner of State and XWiliam sts.,
Wiliasat. entrants.

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