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THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY.

* ~1 TH-E i M ICIAN DAILY The students who have taken
coerses in geology or who are pur-
Pnerdu s scn-cas datra gthe roomui of the seug tis indatFe
BeuU iIUArbor Post Office. jpreaent time .Ill meet io the lecture
iotg er t 11'. Washington sreet, 29, at 7:30. A permanent organiza-
(batt:ni sattfloos, side entrane) Phene 892-3r tioo of a geological society at the
MaAIGEIO: university will be effected.
Sale F: Iv Y THAOMASON t -
As we have too large hedaaalPoecrRcariHd
stock_.... _hloftYaefancyr icar. u .1EITORCS: son itt te University itt Micigan,
F t,. .1RBUOY read a paper ott whether the tiegrees
A SSOCIATES: of Bachelo:ritt Scietnce, Bachelor of
bUITINGiS AND t 11 a '4etenstit. Ray Peebles. Philosophby, anid Bachelor of Letters
A. 1.rt tt , Henry P. Erwint shoultd be preservedi, or merged inito
TRO1J5[RIN O A. C. Potund. A. H. Ortateyr. the tdegree of Bachelor itt Arts.
,toseptiV. Kerr. Stoddard S. Mare.
Ida -'fl Bratetirgs. 1. Waite Jayne. Hon. L. L. Wrighst will deliver his
on hand we will sell tGeti.-t. Osborn. Harold C. Smith. lecture on "The Misioni of the Public
Harry Ll. Andrews. Alfred B. Koect. Schools" in Tappan Hall lecture retai
them at reduced prices I'Is'nas B1. Rbterts. Clyde L. itew. this afternooti at 4 p. in.
to niake rotim for or i,* ttt'lESS STAFF:
* ..a Wm. R. Llayd The young ladies of Pt Beta Phi so-
Spring and Snu to Ite r i.:It. * 1.. L. H.K.. Ctotte
L.tate. arte. rority will give a reception at their
Wooletns. Be sure aotitl t crto(tay--H. C. STEVENSON. ). teroti froam73t)I6 itelock.
call itn hefore you dtace :... ''",. loltctesnpyal 'stiht-r elclrsswl
+*} tlnatrf , 1'. II e7ct aftirNac.1 1903. $2.59 'E ohmr mdclCaSWl
youre ordler. ,4A AA A ,4__+ enjoty a banquet tonight at 7 otclocl
itt' 4' 't ino63nl73nat Oyster Bay. The factilty xiii at-
~N H IIJTIJ\ p. m. tDtaily.st
G .+ W;esF ,f .HSOBsns a- Four & 00 wire.t3 Packard Street.u iftthle'artists secutredl for lie
1+00 ASlNOONSRI pithone. 461. May festival are tmembters oite liii et-
*O E-WSHNTO SR T -- ettJirolitatnOtters t'ttaty.
HNe'iN umsN .ar t PoescorTe trutelootttis contfinetoi

i

Sweaters and
Sweater Vests
25% OFF
For a Short Time Only
$5.50 ones for - $4.-12
$5.00 Ones for - $3.75
Colors White, Gray, Ma-
roon and Navy.
F'OR SALK AT
Walir's Book Stores..

Sweaters
r-4 OFF
ALL SPAULDING'S MAKE
INo, V.1(;. $5.5)0 tow .___ $4.13
B.t). .5. 00 .3.7.5
1.1.15.t)0" 3.75
* A. tO.0'0 4.50
r " B. 5.0 " 3.75
I(tclors tail gist and atite.
Only a few at these priii't'om oie
I is: i biefore thealioes art', brokenil
ISII..EAN & CO0,1j
IUniversity Booksellers, S-
tioners and Engravers.
320 South State Street.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Capital stack, $50000. surtalus. $7;-'.to0.I
Rtesources, $2.000 !e
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED.
orFrEnsa: Charles E. hllcoit, pres.; wit1_)t.
fiarrinatn. Vice P'res.; M. .J. Fritz. Casbie!.

lisa ititteo:nSHill stret b'tlin stotase
CALENDAR. t itslte
_________ Sottiti'eittin tetheli'witrdi"BIrew-
cry" in lettirs at least a yardt high,
Felt. 22 thitral tutiotn rehearsal . uon tht e lihigh schlaitbutildinitg 'tes-
Febt. 2,)--; p. itn. Letuire on "Chem- lay ntight . Undtedti tly asi ttesti-
lot rI'"in Getrmian bylDr. IKorselt, (sgaiio viilib e atndsitthe'giltyp
in atoin C,tCtetnistry bltdg. tanr t ittiistetd.
Felt. 25---7:.30 p. itn. Evolution Course. ____
Lecttre liy Professor Reighard on "'i'S{ tl~tte 'oi. iiltk
"EvideeerotttitDevelopment ofI
p tlaci' at tGratnger's Fridlay evetting,.1
Animals," inl Mttseuam lecture M arth 11. Ati elaboirate ptrogram itf
Ft'trootit. musi ~''tti ip o.L.t~c is iteing arrangetd fur t'eocai
1 WVaright ott "'liii'milssitit of the ao ipB.Crtgr
'Pttlic'Scbhools." itt TapptantBalil--
iz~tit tre roomti. 'The quartet: totm the U.. ittM. tlee
ciii. 25 -4:15 pi.tm. ISi t class ('Cltb will sitng at the Mel Gillesptie en-
titeetireg. tertainnetit at Athetts Theatre. Mar.
."eb. 25--Sophti.-Lit. Oratitriecal Con- 7. The quartet, composedl it Messrs.
test itt hotom:BH Law hbtdg. Parker, Bretnnatn, Bet'ry and Wood-l'
itt, .26-5 . I. i.19)05 ichigatiensian ward, was very favitrattly received at
eletionl in roontC. the coticert recently given at thi' tni-
ea.26- -190)5 Engineers' "dance. versity Hail.
Feb). 77-Stacial at Newberry Hall.
.1.27--8 p.i. hfrehStoph meet in EXCHANGES.
Viterinan gym.
'eih, 21)-'t p. in. Addtress by Professor Mdanagemoent. of the Olymii games
'1'atytar of tChicago Commons, in at St. Lous Exipnsition have erected
Uttiversity Hall. a permanent gymntasium and a atad'
_________________ ium with a seating capacity ot t5,000
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.. on the grounds of the Expositiont. The
______statditum being a counterparititt the
Athletics seim ito be itt a bad way historic Ritman stadiums. After the
iti lih'university itt Nebraska. The close of the Expotsitiionboh: thi' gym-
facty b-as.decidedithOat the athletes nasitum atti stadiunm will become the
shalt nxtiii ii "etittfrotii trill the property itt thi' Washington Iniversi-
'-;cesded ettitietutd that practically ty of SI. Loiis.
illts a loi ttfIthi' best baseball mater-___
'ial. 'he'lt'Iix 'e dleided to erect the TIhe registratioti atliUniversity of
nexx' ettysteat laboratory ott the sib- Chicago has fallen off this year by
tetie tiels. tditere will hardly be 7)0 Last year the official figuttes itt
y,)om enuh left fitr a football field. rgsrto ee25 hl hsya
To csathe clitmax tie athtletic asso t'resrtosol2215whileAthitye
Silat itolntas tetnertel a deficit of $ te eittshw itlyt8. -ltl
enore uoil emsne'enssary' toithe torch
+7°i f'" the 1903 fo otibal season. lit leat'tintg.
MICHIGAN NOTES.

DO IT NOW
setur'arucot'tpyttoft'i:Ntaters r-
teulratiRegular Comamer-
'iltPtoer. A tre'tuiseoeniithe
law 'of tote is. chtetksandaTdraftsi.
Clear-simptlt'-compltete. by .1.
S..Ieictitee. hExsainer if New
Yorkt. Stast' Bant Dt-T.h'is
totsmtat-taistitICillusatrated
ciltptote'. Eot'Sdiffettrtit i
mtarled-tldegrth at hteote n
decla're'd irre'gutlar,ionie-
table or toit, t'tiltrtit -
tatms 3lit4tpaestited on boa
TWO DOLLARS
Marshall on Private Corpera-
tions, to bte ased in cotnn:ecttaot
withiPtof. 'iluscasaes o:pi-
vtar corpor:ation.Tta'he autbor:
has cited ttrac'tcallypall oftathe
cases nthte seltectiontstf Pral.
Wilguts''aes.Ontetvtlume.
1350 a tges.
SIX DOLLARS
C. E. BARTHELL,
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS
326 S. State St. Second Floor.
ASS ARBOR, MIS.
"t'A stiff upper lip"
is softened Bud re-
freshed by Williams'
Shaving Stick.

I

U.ff. ~lru, DIRECTOR. 'there will be no meetinig of the
offce 21)9 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Resi- Alpha Nu literary soiciety this week
deuce 302 a. 5th Ace. Phone 314. ute acciuttn of the -oiratorical con-
Ambulance on call. teats.!
THEt STUIJUNTS' LECTUR[ A55OCIATION

rejoicitig iver the fact that the alt-
letic tdebtf$42,5110 which has been
otsttanditug for several years hbtaetn
at last paid itt full.

The Next Number Will
Be Announced Later

OffAN M~. $CAI3OLT, M~anagerj
Sam T ak SsATURDAY l(
Own Burlesque Company FBUR
POLITE VAUDEVILLE AND SAMI T. JACK'S 4
ORIGINAL LIVING PICTURES. '.
Prices: 25c-35c-50c-Z5c.
1SUNDAY EVENING, FEB. 28. RETURN OF TSR BEST I
,Y MAN H. HOWE will present
America's Greatest Exhibition of Moving Pictares
AMgSerices istoor PTae Rise and Fall of Napoleon the Great
-Prices: 25c-3Ac-5nc. Seats Bow Selling.

Season Tickets, $1.00 .A Single Admission, Soc

HENRY &KX'ERIERHATTAILOR5,N.NIESTA.

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