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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods'
Sam Burchfiel
& Co. EAST HURON ST.
BEST STOCK OF
CIGARS
IN THlE CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 1. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell too-lots
of 'em at low prices.
ALAI~n CLOCKS
$1.00 $i,50 $1.75
Althe bestmakes ad fullyguaan teed
MICIICAN PINS AND) FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIINt
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspctr fr the As AbsrRaiload
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 304 S. Stats St.
PIPES
20%c 0ff
Meerschauni and Amber
bits only
K., E. JOLLY
3080 SSTAlE ST
V. of Mt BAK1BER SHOP
J. R. TROJANOWSKI, Prp.
RATIH BOOMS-PORCELAIN TiltS
HOT AND COLl) SIOWESO BATIS
Ladies' ad itijdre's tair Gttinge
VtBRASWEt A StECIALTY.C 2 CN
322S. SaeS. An~
Phse 355 Annll rbor, Mich.
B ANKS
aTHE FARMERS AND MECANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
4PIta, $5,000, urpius ad Prefits, $65,000
-Generat Bankng Esiness. 3 pecet paid
Time aspi Sings Depsits. Safety ie-
sit BxsS to ret at $2.00 and aowads
. KItar, Pres. W. C. STEVNS, Vie-Pes
. H. BRLea. Cash. H. A. WaaLssae Ast
-he Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ifapital stoc, 50,000. Srpus, $200,000
Resources, 2,200,000
A General lalsng Business Trasatel
Ortacn: Clas. E. Hiscoc, Pes;WD
Harriman Vice Pes.: M. J. P it,ahier
STATE SAVINGS BANK

W.T2 Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnsold. Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade . . Mills
John Haarere Jno. Koch
Prof.hI3. S. Carhart Ileney Of.lioaglas
Christian *latn Dan P. 'Zimmserman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN ARBOR, MICH.
E. D. KINNE, HlARISON SOLEl,
Pres. Vice-iPres.
S. W. CJLAROKSON, Cashier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Prsots, 0150,000.
German American Savings Bank
Comrimeraf1 I sd
Sik vlnigs
Cor. Medvanatd Lwberty Sts-eets

fIuietc ana ]Drama
At rs.. XX ilium H ofmaoinus Viola corn
pletely cap0tivateothlos'e iwto saw thc
prolectiolt of "TelfthbNight" at the
Malje-stic lasl iigiit. Supporteod by a
cati wiih plainlo ho w liied that the time
takeon for preparlatioin ofth ie prooluction
00.0' insufflillnt, ote00work alone was
.01111 11to11main1taoin the iterest of the
110 1 thoghob out.Site aloite saved
,he play0frotm Ibeig'I foiore, tot aionie
00 her11 o10 ini ial0w)1k, obiO also because
14 e tomple ubte soelt-possessi~on anid her
011011110(1id1to11he otier acors'.
tool lhettrest, 101eotlay weint boltingly
:md, 001111 1,oo ftequttoiihitches. Many
Ofthe 0cast 0001e0III pioeiaredi. liss thiel
toln asNai 1i excellettwork.
Of t 111 hem on Msosrs. oI"ieyoiinolnd own-
'1101 as1Sir'o~l111'byelcbhotanoSir AXnhdiewv
\oooo boot.lithtooitosOt work.fit'r. PUi-
111,1Wi oth a1little0'iiori0 ieireparationi,
,,011111 11,00 01ad11'a00ery'tVacceoptaoilblol-
11O10'.0The 11orkof Alt'. IHlollister' is
;till 1otoos'uttiary oaindlstagy, lbot oni
_h to e was10'001a0 grea'.t ideali betteri tin
tht iii .\"A 1Schoolfoot'Scoandl. O'' r.o
Kileent sango well.butO ast t a l ol
1. III VS ANt) thlN'i1'f:IEN If
001 ot01110'ilshtoes'.oroeoaired'i promiptly,
r(ne rtooere o ne plac0'Oke',00001'thoc
tooopoo., t'toe o ito'10 co get it doooe righti
00 t blet,'o waooo.ito TeAlModernSlio'
':p'ooC,)o"l 1 h.." \iliatoooSt., tnext
t! , to I I'tto 'os r'oery o re,010' tf
1010111 100'tm 01 ofgolod. strntg
FA ingI 0\s C ' I". r~othe,32.00
;sat o t.000 I I 7()1 of
Spring
Clothinvg

UNION VtLLCif)N
STIRS lTECAMPUS
(Contiued leasm PageO-se.)
seeto yesterdaotrbotthlis stry Oscr
Boose said:
Front sonme unknown soure, the re
port has gaitned irculationo tpoothoe
eanmpus that Ihave openly ioentiid
myself with one pariuar cadidate for
president of oure.Miehigan Unionoi. I
wish 10 take this oasiono to iiserdit
any suech report and forher to sate
that my attitude bs ]bet that of re
maining perfelyoetral tot the mtatter.
I felt that aoninmportt tity deolsved
upon 00, namtely, that of narninfog ropre-
sentatie eonotatoootet of oiity for
thoc various'.Uniontictees.. 'iis doty,
ore feel, has. bent discehargedl anoolthat
toot natter ohioceo ocaond ioate is eleted,
thet affair0s iftto' Uniooooduoigto' ext
yeoar' oilil h ell0011guiood.
I lotitig inamieod tho'etandito.s, toholdb
i0 nieniber o f tommiooootte' xtres. ors
pre-fretce ty opely woorking for onoe
cniae' My belief is thot oll of to'
taootur)00'refereonceos', andolyt as0 me0
tier oof tt'e omoittee whihotplacked'oth
va,'rios mtoin t o inatiitiont, I fel dut
booondoito rotaino the ttitudoe of reomaooin-
neu'otaintoote coiceiooof tomilt. Te'
namoes otf toe enot et befooe youo, ado
aftet' 01100siuie'rigte meoris of tie re-
sptetiv e'oanooiootes, the mtemboer'. of tie
Unoiont eanoextoess thoi' cioie at thte
0p11'. Sotuorodao.
A memetoor of theo'snor o'abotc'a'.
takes theo'opportunoity offo'root ty te
recettstir inii bon ocirle. to or the
oerpacdill too'hoanods.of teo'resi'
bot of too' Un011000andtto oo'oicallotha
lat lorngtereuws tkooth olisin
Edritor iDoily;0
Duoring t hto' preced'o'oig tooe'Unioon
lecti otiotgit tbo' o'ollfoo tecndi
oatoto's de la~Ore toir stolonotitorgrh
tottoe -il'. owhicho 01p10e011'too'i't ito
te t'ttio. Atopre'.entotie Unonres
idn ihst'e.'appoitment0001of aototn100
Itr, of 0corse.undertobloooigaotioonotoohm
Theso'.o momoooitteomenooono0000tolotu'000ty
I-'' , oioot lslt, 111s1'.'. t in''tg', obeer
tg, oanolnearly ",roo-to iteit '''.ov0000.0
'om it o' whice omats s ani
btes. LIo't spingthlis resltedo'in00000
unonoote'.tedeetiotAn indpnet
wh'iootoos str'ooogy suppl~oted'0, wititdrtews
whet totl'ietnd lis foowerosoer'oe'g itei
0t1000nders.tandotbytoe Io'U'nioooonidt
Ihtton'oostituotion w ootlod toobe o'trevie.
histosonott iteototiodone. XWoul to no00t0
Oe u'ellitoo haveopen n't tomintttoionis ado
foote 0001010oitmoett y oe m10,000
Wohent askeod abotooo0tio.sotposeo
Ipromise to loue te nomintatitg sstemt
chatnged, Presidtent Clark 'aid :
"I agreedothtotif ot better nomoiaig
systemcoueoldthe odeised I wouloooIotoo
u-hot I cold to ae it sbmttteo too te
CUnion. 'lTeeotostontotoas btoo-soth'tet'
thtorotughly exooaim o tol'ooinet o'o'itsis
of opinooti to og otto-towhoo knowtho-le
present situtation is taot te tresetotsy'.
temtois 0as gooodi ls cn e doooeiood.
Thoetwo eooaoiatesanod teoir records
re os follows :
J. 1L. Ogle, Jr., '7, 'otl SigmatotNot
asoiate editor Law iReiew; k oily
btoardof tt cotrol; tDaly stff tree
y-cors;o totagotigiedeitor '7 Aticigon-
W.XW. AMerritt, '4, 'to; Sigmoa ('tot
lit vice-tresiodeotoUnionoo; Studen-tt Coon-
ciltman; getera choitm00000 t oligo-it to
membotter svarsity trck tm.
'lest the 'Neow Sciottifi enV-tittitg
System'ito"lthetio h'icotorittoot

Shoirts ! Shoirts ! Sloirt'.! ltverytoiotg
in shirts at Alien's. 70-e0001
STUDENTS WANTED
To represent the Michigan Alumnus
in their home towns and cities during
the Summer Vacation. Hours daily,
f4:30 to 5:30 P. M., Alumni Rooms,
University Hall.

CLOTHES MAbE
ESPECIALLY FOR YOU
Will not fit you and better or please you
more-if asa well-as College or Society Brand
Clothes-which we coiisider-aso do ttany thott-
sands of welt-dress men throughout the coutttry
-the highest class clothes made ready-to-wear.
Staebler & Wuertli Co.
211 S. Main St. Ann Arbor

Walk -Dyers' For Spring
Oxford time is here and so are the variotts styles of W~alk-
Over Oxfords, Pumps and ties in black, tan attd patetot.
Tan leather will predominate and we havc taketn all 10ains1

possible in selecting the newest
tesigits for Walk-Over Patrons.

shiatdes as welt as exolttsio'e

See witndows for unlimited
supply of Pumps, Street Ties
with good street soles suede
lined heels to prevent all slip.
ping on heels; in bntton and J
lace for Men and Wonton.
Walk-Oyer Shoe Co.,
R. J. IIOFFSTETTER Mgr.
Mal WochIaffndT ared
ArtWoolHandr&Tare
SPRING CLOTHING co
WXReady whe yo~i are."'"
THE GREAT
COUE~R D' ALJINE
INDIAN REiSERVATION
In Idaho, will soon be opened for homesteading. Contaits
half a nillion acres of rich farming lands and immtettse forests
of the finest pine. Bordered by the famous Palouse graiti and
fruit country, also the great lumber and rich mtininig distr'cis of
the Couer d' Alenes. Fine opportunities for professional ment.
Immense crops raised without irrigation. Nearly every claimt
represents a fortune. Finest climate found anywhere. New
town sites being platted. Full informatiotn together witht a map
of this reservation will be mailed to you postpaid otn receipt of
$ too. Lucky indeed will be the persons drawing these prizes.
Address
The Homestead Infromation Bureau
Lock Box 591 Couer d' Alene, Idaho

. , I KEEP--Y---- DATES

O. M Ma 111 FUNERAL
0.1. M rtin IRECTOR.
Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98.
Residence 302 S: 5th Ave. Phone 314
AMBULANCE ON CALL

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