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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

34 0 f~.PLct11.
Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year, by
THE H. Of M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION,
OrFICE: Timea building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
13. COLEMtAN, Lit. '07, Managing Editor.
C. B. HISNeo, Law '00, Assistaent.
A. W. SeM, Lit. bpei., Assiant.
WV. A. SrotL, Lace 00, Assitant.
J. A. LeRoY, Lit. 00. Athletic Editor.
J. S. PEARL, Law V0, Businss Manager.
H. W. LEVY, Law'00, Assistant.
Assooiate Editors.
S. B. Shiley, Lit. '03. I. A. Dlancer, Lit.5
E. L. Evans, Low'55. E.R.Sunderiand,Lit'li.
Carrie V.Smith,Lit. '96. LR.. lombien,Lae'96.
C.A.iioaghtos,lient'os. C. II. Farreil, Lit. '00.
Mi Gilbert, Engr.'07. li.B.Gamono,Medic'98.
Minnie Mi. Thompson, Let. 'gy,
G. A. iHeatis, Ploormic '00.
Subscription price $2100 per year, invariably
in advance. Single copies 3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at the oficer of the i)AILY,
at Stoflfet's, at State st. new stand, with any
of the editors or authorioed solicitors.
Communications should resol en office by
7 o'clock p. m. if they are to appear the soot
day. Address all matter intends'd for puloi-
cation to the Mianagie. Editor. All boxiness
communications should be senot to the Busi-
ness Mianager.
THE U. OF 50. DAILY,
Asnc Arbor, Mich.
The Dotroit Tribe ie MIoeioays
issuBOplihes.ean exhautit c- outt
of the Uniiversity sndcits iancioioil
history. The re'port is of 001(11 a'har-
etotr as ts lead to wronig infereceos
on floe ic~crtoft+oseo-- io-1o- hst-c-i4- '-

siit asl, ipossibsle ~ aimoBgtil ne i.OB, 3I0CY OCL S.LE T
us foot it is somnethinxg that all seestthe
greatest atlvalltlg ee , but we think
tho stsgginstoti netleociof exprossiog
scrie pir~ilt a mlost.unfortuinate toll.
It loes nlis 001ii avery hlcly-likes101.0-
ceeding for the girls of Micheigatn Uni-
versity to adlopct that exor d. lgy boix- /
toots weiy of greetieg thel legislators. -
Ceortinily tieso' goistlision still not b1)2
very favoraboly iniptessedi with iii, re- VIYU 1
fiilig insliuenrecs of tl112 1"nis-.'iity FIRST CLASS.
after such an exhibiticon. Allyeui- Reduced Price. Please rail and ex-
turdrolyochigladcy insist fiel thit seiesilatB meSil.
is ove rsteppintihec boileidls of docoii No. 88b S. Main. Cor. wima~m 81.
by iscitlginxg iii yells juist b ,causo. iic
nin do, and ni)o'thiitsosil wiioh
roqfliro's this is wo'(rthi til ie 0. If
the women.('anollet s'owsvtheu'1111)0 A npn ns'a:
clationi of (lio el(gislator' 'visitIiia
iiore woittwibyah1' i itaisolo tei..Vcos. :..
give iii trying to show it. Theio yoll*-km
lug inii ts,'il. aside froinitie iprobabl- ~ Ss~t -
ity chit it will prove) a very feel
an S2TE,\'h1 aat2tleftI~, sislost 'oii VICTOR AHEI GOOD
sbes-alieg occuptionorl 0n(110lii oilAHLTI
wri shouldtiniik, to 1110 C floe oighlest are'daily demonste tinn their scopero-
ority. it lhis beoeur 00aim to make
appiroval ofis'he egislaSttr'.theoobeot, cod weDe i succeeed-sos
we are assured by sicritotal putic-ico
When tho Legislators Come. mosh i'soue line octBas'oeballsnoes,
Glovtesd Mitts, Tennois Boall-sc-
as t(l itioizes wiico assist i110icer- eto 1ceis, Boxecc' GlovesFoostballs,
tainineg the legislatoors are very priop,,, r- etc., ie leaiders in oiuaity.
ly furnsished ittitces too lie re- BUY VICTOR ATHLETIC HOODS.

JUST ARRIVED!1.
A SHIPMIENT OF
tents' Eioe Jan Shos.
FyQ, SP:Inxc.
JACOBS & ALLMTANII
Washington Blurk, Ann Arbnr.
P. S.-See our Show Window.
THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE,.
MARZCH I-
HOY'T's
A TRIP TO CHINATOWN'
As piiyedctover 700 sig~lils at Hoyt's.
'theater. New York City.
PRICES, - 35c, 50c, 75e and $1.
Retserved seatsonocostle at Watts' Tewelry
Store.
P latinotypes-
Tioc latest tinicn iPiOTOGiIAFI1Y
3BRRYMX.AN'S,
SF E.1Hroncot. Stc il RBoisto Stciors.
Membcs of Guac1nteeTict1 0 rokers' Aso
oiaciono of U. S.
Conby & McKeon R. R. Tickcet Agency
>0 Adamosstc., Chicoago. Rieduoed roles eo all
poinots. tBranchii-lo'he Kiodergorten No. 0
N. Blaini st. AcinoArbor IMiololoas.
REUBEN H. KEMPF,-
From the 1(0000 Conservstory,
Stuttgart, Cermany,
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Musica.
Composition; also thn Art of
Teaching.
Stcudio 21 S. Divioion St., Ann Arbor, Mich
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK_
Ann Arbor, Much. Capital Stock, 50,000.
Nurpicon, $150,000.
Organized under thceCGeneal Basking Lawns
of tis State. Receives deposits, bays and
sells exchange on the principal cities of thon
United States. Drafts cashoed spun proper-
identificaotion. Safely depoit boxes to rest.--
OrICER~oS: ChristianoHaclo, Prec.;IV. D..
Hlarriman, Vice-Poes.; Chss. E..iliscoch,.
C'asier;. 1.0Fritz Assistant Cashier.
MKetropolitan Cafe
Lunch and Dininog Hoom. No. 1S N.
Fourth Ave., between Arlington Hotel
and City Officn Building. Open all
hours.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis, Props.

toiction and conceritItobe <give oiltheco

staled 111, exact circumcstances.o.1'hi,
article will receive dcce cttention ini
Thu~rsdacy's Daily.
Therie 010ar cocs0r0ee L .k ,fi foi' tihiso
who desiro' to Coy for piceos on thie
Daily staiC. So's-ral art' nowyclolnost-
il;g froiiitheo' seoeral dptm'llrenits, icct
iii order to hoat' the nmocstetficioent
toaorcd for thie cominsg yeart it: is hsoped
thiat the hiest critei's aiicthilose osho
desire to seIhc' good interents of col-
loge journaslisiss nalulainod will iiake
the competition iiore sipiritecd. Let
roomy stucient who Is an~y waiy inter-
ested in newvsaicer work uncle'a
strong effort for She positions ill order
that the best result may he obtain: d.
Tlie visit of the legislature 00olee
University is alwoays an occasion, of
interest and enthusiaism aloong; th,^
students, and that of next Friday will
be no exception. The men of the o"ar-
ions classes are mieeting slid making
arrangemaents for a fitting celebration
ins the way of class and uiversity
yella. All this is appropriate and
suited to college nmen, who find ;;elling
a good way of displayineg their ex-
uberant spirits. Hut, oninnovation
is suggested for this year wyhichi is
at least of very questionable exped-
iency. The girls are to sit In' a body
and give the U. of M.l yell. There
are some things that are all right for
men, but not appropriate for womnen.
The former play baseball hot ihat is
no reason why. the. girls should: organ-
izeo a cl6ub and send it, around: the
county too. stomnolidthe fgnne of their
alma mater. College spirit is a good
thing but tIherol should he suitable
ways of displaying it. Nobody is in-

le1:gislatuie inlI'nivsinty 1lc11li 'l'hnrr-
01115evtinlg, iii:a acuthorlitii'scif Ihe
U'ivescrsity find lthiiosci-'sunabole' toi
fcuriiisho ticetsh toc the stud-nto, si'
there'i's hoit 000001for themo.
(0O hie otlici'hiindithie'aukllociitioa
are obigetd toe ink Ohe io' ous tIcc
fruil fromiiattencding Olin'gusliring of
studecnits in tiie'hbll Fricioy uiorini,
sine it osill tco'illedoby05thio stuid eta.
The junior claess 1i00 in thoe clihol
yc'sterdaoy afternooin Os arrancge oh11r-
grain for Chelo'gislator's visit. Thio
girls of theeo' his aretoI heak inithi,
cliapel andi thoe boy'sill froiit of thie
hmucseumiiat -10-.15l'ridaOy. A conmmit-
le;? coilsisling of Mossi's. ilovey,
H-it'key and Robbinis woas apipointecd to
mnake all larrlailgoiiielts for yells', etc.
Presoient Aiigehllocaine in cand spoke a
fetv words about keeping good ordcr.
Senior Clans Meeting Today.
Presidenlt Angelliwiih speak to tile
stuior class ticis afertoon in t' eheapsel
h11inet(iatehy aftc'r 'esper servie. The
presenice of every innier of the chas
is particularly re'queshed.
NOTICE TO INDEPENDENTS.
The annual meeting of Ohio U. of
At. Independent association for thue
purpose of eleeling Daily editors for
the coining year wvill occur Saturday,
April 0. According 1o a rule of the
association the editors shall be ap-
portioned as followv.: Eleven to thle
literary department, three to the law
departmsent, two to the medical depa't-
ment, one to the pharmacy and one
to the dental department. It is de,
sired that all those wishinug to try
for places begin contributing at once.
The work 'done will receive'due credit,
and those whose writing warrants a
position on the board will be lrecom-
mended to the association.

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DITSON MUSIC.
"Six Love Songs,"
Dy F'racnkE. Sawyer. Tracnstionso of Sis
of heonle's fOnest lyrics lu esquosion usocal
settoiogs. Heavy Paper. 7B cents.
"COLLEGE SONGS"
Thin standard collection of Colhege Songs.
Over' 30I,0I sold. Heavy Paper, 50
cents; Choth. Gilt, $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only bosh of thor kinod publhshed. The
songs of the leadinog colleges for women.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
,,ROYAL COLLECTID i INSTRUMENTAL CUITAR MUSIC,"
Eighty-two pheces for thin guitar from the
best nources. A splendid colhection: Band-
some Cover. 50 ents.
Any book sent postpaid on receipt of price.
OLIVER 3DITSON Co.,
453-463aWashingtn n8t., Bostn.
C.Hi. Ditson & Co. N V.

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