Uttasit Dany (Sadas exceptd) Sawin
the Colens-Tear, at
TIE UNIVERISITY OF NICHIBAN.
*wrsuV: Timses s billing.529 5. Main'St,-
Telephisne (Niew S ate) 14.
J9. F. Tuoxis, '00 L.
0. IH. HANgS, '00 L,
-9, B. SKlnLuxAn.'55 L,, Athletics.
ItLGmiamsB,1'93 L. B.5S. DAswOntTm '98
Bwo LAxB, '59. T. R. WOODnow. '95.
Y. A. GQsoPauuL, 'W9. Allan G1AMPrsL, '98
1'. Uft6iLneso.'95. tF. D. EAMAOv, 'i
Y. W. Joass, 199.
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At the -meeting of the Independent
Asoiatiaon Satuirday the following
irere elected as the Daily board for
T. R. Woodrow, '98.
N. L Ocinser, '18 L.
@. H. Hans, '00 L.
N. B. Skillman, '99 1..
J. F. Thomas, '0S L.
P. W. Jones, '99.
F. Engelhardt, '98.
C. H. Lund, 'o5f9M.
4'. D. Hudnutt, '08.
A. H. MctDugail, 'St E.
not re vel osrce nls.Tis
mother tongue Jote'a dead language,-
isuever heauffftil, isehapplily givintg
place t te m l' atonal one of te-
iog Eglish fst,othor languages after-
wards" if 1'T4ll-- i awakentong iner-
ea't in' Hnnglish atudies, includlog, of1
course'th.- bestl71itertufre .us well as
the ivoet e-teghincal -sibjeets 'of lan-
guage,. composition andi3.As'tbnic, ispdes-
tined_ to make ow 'primoni'ies. and high
sehoole the -nurseries and creators, of
rationialy and practically educated gen-
erations of -Americans in the future.
The English speaking races hiave grtyuitf
strong and. powerful at a wonderful
pace during the pant' hundr~d years,
and 'it cannot he. doubted that they-are
deslined to 'dominate the world in the
twentieth century. what more prrctlec-
at therefore -than f or the' erhools tor
tearh this'dominant anguage In -its pur-
ity sod strength to, the rising genera-
tions, in this land of Anglo-Saxon vir-
ility and boundless energy.
Fresh Homeop. Offloers.
'rho rioss of '0l1 Homeopd'thir students
have perfected an organization by eec-
log 'the following officers: President, G7.
R. Owen: vice-presidlent, Hiss Scot,
secretary and' treasurer, A. J9. Steven..=;
sgeant, A. D. Carpenter.
The clase gave a pleasant literary'and
social program 'at the college building
lost Friday evening, the choosing of
class colors' being' the iuteresting part
of the social sessiost -- -
Upright Pianoefor sale. 313 N.. State
r Sunfday, April-10 - -
Some of the articles you want for Easter Sunday w.r.
Don't put off buyring
Your-Ea-trSuit until the last
-day. 1B1y it early, so any little
alteration cast. be' made. Our
Suits and Top, Coats at $15.00
and $18.00-are correct in fabric,
style. and price.
Ken's Kodiak Neck Dressings
All the pretty patterns and
colorings that give a nlatty ap-
-pearance-to the .wearer are here.1
All shapes 50c.
'You'll Want a Hat
C You'll want it right; in -style and:
3 price. You can't go "wron'g if'
ryou buy an imperial, $3.00. If,
you don't want a stiff hat, W~
have plenty other styles.
The new glove for spring pis the
Slate Suede-well made,, meanot:.
for dress;,-not for diriving.-
Also plenty of Tan and. Reil
Shades, $1.00, $1.50.-
9 QMUSICAL! @ Q
Mel Gillespie, teacl-ec.of Masdoi, Basis
and Guitar. Instructor in she University
5 chool of Muoic.- 15 years experience as
2 a teacher. Cail at Ann Arbor Music Co's.
S tore to arrang-e for hours. -
-Fine Confections MONEY LOANED
Eon2 Eons and On Watches, Dbiamnonds, Wheels or other Per-
WATCHES-AND JEWELRY REPAIRED.
t. s-nforth, '98.Th il=-Tahi' gnesll.s Office at residence, 3ii E, hiberty St., Ass Ar-
Th2iITahr'Aeze il 0 ESTWASHlINGlTONUSTREET: ersMich. All business rors~drstial. Boome
F. tman, 'fli. many positions as All others combined. 8 "~ to 11.30 a. in. and 1ito 3:30 and 7 is, 9p. m.
Regstr a. nceintheir Chicago of-3, v' Ufrit TT STREET Bargains in Second- hand WtJophh C. a Watts.
616 Oflhl~i WatchesaDi-
Ike following editorial appeared in flice, 378 Wabaah avenue. A U. of M. SAT * moods.
- ~eday's Detroit Fee Press.' It isa'graduate is mnager. 145.
aef ond sense and its ronsiderallen LOST-Goilegiate Sorosis pin set witis INTERCOLLEGIATE BUREAU OF ACADEMIC COSTUME,
aid 1 0 i hian'sfttclty: diamands. Reward If returned to 608OT R L & L fiIA.ID
uldnot arm ichian'sfacuty. Madison at. c p1 L is l >.+
kt te distinguishe gathering et ed-
aors hich the Clasical Conference 472-478 Broadway, Albany, N. Y.
I'OU ANT THE BEST ae-o h asadow ,t svslytfIcg5
dthe Hichigan Schoolmasters' lob I O AMkr fteCP n ONt nvriyo ihgn
:rt4AnA h ek ti RTRIYSTATIONERY, I U. of Chictago, U. of Minnesota, Gornell, Lehigis. Uof tens-
traed o An Aborthi wek, t i FRTERITYsylvania, Hrard, Yale, P'rioceton, Coian, b lli 11ams,
'Wellesley, Bryn Mawr. etc.
srthy of note that considerable at- BABS*0ES OR -PINS r' Ciass conracts aspeciaity,
ion was aid to the need of mak- .Send to
r the suy of English and ef litera-
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umbun, Ohio, struck the keynote of FREE--financial reasons prevent-of course you unoder-
prevailog sentiment atnong educao- 'B.0 '"Sstand. But we beg leave here to announce our spring
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-study of English be made. the soon. Don't -go- hiome with a big the year. No more special rates. We, .qirynthe paper
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leste ,,hut because it i eminently Fine Line of Goods ssd Low Prices. H O L M E S L IV "~ Y
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generaation in this great English- ~55Es iet t
^aing nation should understood and A h n h ar
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- aly, as well as to enjoy and appre-
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~ h..a~..K.M.. .L~.~of the Usited Ststes and the World. The largest one-shest.
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he poliy of the past has been. to LINCOLNitef J. CARTER'S . lfO
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classics, s that boys ad ginls who NAVAL COM1EDYDRAnA. Ti ,iui~n IL W I~.
SOne side shows a colored mnap of our great, country; with railroads, -counties, ivers,.
Id tr 1slto into code English the 5 ,iin torfln~r 'Cwns, etc. The ether side showo an equally elegast Map of the World, locatis gan -
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YI~bI U 111. discavepers, ansd accurately locates the scenes of all current etenio, suchi as bondry
Virgil, knew nothng of the orationsf dispuutes, Cubanbattles, Armenian mamsacres, plar easeditiosn.etc. -
Bk adofW ooftea MONDAY, APR1L4 On receipt of 81.295 we will sesd a sample copy by preepaid express, and .wil~ inkyo
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ty of Milton 'or Whittier. They RAND McKNALI.Y & CO., 1660-174 AdlamsiS5.. Cicaygo, Ill.
Id ir'!e indtfferent Latin prose but " " ~ - M WoV also ned agents for our fioe line sf Subscription Boohs, Atlasen. Encyclopedias, etc