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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Reduction i
Sale
As we have too large a
stock of fancy
SUITINGS AND
TROIJS[RINGS
on hand we will sell
them at rednced prices
to make room for or
Spring and Snmmer
Woolens. Be sre and
call in before yon place
yor order.,A t A1,,I,
G. I. WILD & CO.,
108 E. WASHINGTON STRET.
nT!
[xciting Tun for f[veryone
45c.
Pocket War Mraps f or the
Ear East, 18c.
-:.SHEEHAN & CO,
University Booksellers, Sta-
toners and Engravers.
320 South State Street.
C.-H. PIAJOR '4 COMPANY
Specalty-of ine
Interior Decorating
Complete new line of Wall Papers,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
23 E. Washington.- Phone 237
U. of ff. AntisepticBarber Shop
AND BATH P0015L.
-J: Rk TROJIOWSKI, Proprietor.
Face Massage aSpecially.
322 SOUTH STATE STREET

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THEi MICHIGAN DAILY
knteeredasscsondclasssmatter at the Ann
Arbor Post Office.
Published daily (Monday excepted) daring the
college year, at 17 E. Washington street,
(basement flser, side entrance) Phone 002-3r
MANAGING EDITOR:
S. E;IOOY TJIOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
lIOSCOEB. UHUSTON
EDITORS,:
Athletics. - - ROnERT K. WALTON
News,- - - - - J.5S.BALr
ASSOCIATES:
Clifford Stevenson, Roy Peebles,
A.M1. Gras'rr, lHenry11. Erwin
A. C. Pound. A. 11. Ortmeyer.
Joseph, Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. Horn.
Ida it. Srosenrigg. 1. Waite JLayne.
Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith.
Hasrry 11. Andrews. Alred 13. Koch.
Thsomas 13. Roberts. Clyde L. Dew.
BSINESS STAFF,
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Editor Today-A. R. PEEBLES.
Subscipio-Two Dollars per scar, payable is
advance, If delinquent after Nov. 1, 1903, $2.500
Office Hours:-i2:30 to i:30 aad 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE S. HUSTON, Bsniess Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, d61.

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a moot entertaining speaker and does
not fail to interest his audience tho-
roughly. The lectures are expooitory
in character, the aim being to eluci-
date the scriptures in accordance
with the moot recent sdiscoveries and
investigations along scriptusral lines.
The Associations have filled a long.
felt 'want in supplying the student
hody with bibflical teaching of a con-
structive character, in place of les-
troctive criticism, sis prevalent in
modern thought and writing.
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
The resignation of Preosient Draper
is being rumored ahotit at the Univer-
sity of Illinois.
The faculty at Norhwestern has re-
cently taken action aholishing foothall
games on Tranksgiving. Also a stu-
dent from another college must he a
resident at Northwestern one year he-
fore he can try for any of the teams.
As yet no hall has been securesd by
'Ihe Northwestern dehaters in 'which
tso hold the Michigan-Nsrthwestern dse-
hate on April 15. Availahle halls
seem to hetaken fur that date.
rhe Cornell civil engineering de-
partment hoc heen askesdtss make i
tests of Philippine lumber hy the de-
partment of pushlic instrucltin at Ma-
nila. Many specimens of lssmiber xiii
he sent on and tested frsot the archi-
tectuiral and engineering standptoint.
Michigan Victorious.
(Continued from page one.)

Sweaters and.
Sweater Vests
25 % OFF
For a Short Time Only
$5.50 Ones for - $4.12
$5.00 Ones for - $3. Z5
Colors White, Gray0 M a-
roon and Navy.
FOR SALE AT
WalrsBook Stores.
Useful Law Books

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CALENDAR.
March 11 to 15-Lectures by Shailer
Mathe'ws, D. D., professor of Ne'w
'Testaiment History ansi Interpre-
tatin in the Divinityscshsoss of
the tniversity of Chicagss, under
the auspices of the S. C. A. Sub-
jects: "Rtsmans" and "Joshn."
March 13-7:305-Hobart Guild Lec-
ture hy Rev. Frank DuMoulin.
March 11-Sunday-Charles Bayard
Mitchiell, It D., ssr Clevelsnd, fO.,
on 'The Great Uhidden." Woo-
leyan Cuilsd lecture, M5. E. church.
March 14 - Monsday evening - The
Great Lafayette, Athens shooter.
March 1 4-Monsday p. in-Professor
Stanley, illulstrated lecture on
"Wagner." Museum lectuire roonm.
Mtarch 17----Thursday evening-"The
Evidence from Variatison," Dr.
Pearl. Museusm lecture room.
March 18-Friday-'07 Lit dance in
Barbour gymnasium.
Mtarch 18-Friday-llustrated lecture
on "Parsifal" at thu School of Mu-
sic.
March 1.8-Friday evening-Universi-
ty oratorical conleol, auspices of
the Students' Lecture Association.
March 18-Friday-4 p. m.-Hon. H.
H. Pattengill on "Guarding r'ound"
at Tappan Hall.
March -20-Siusday-Bishoop Davies of
the diocese of Michigan 'will hold
confirnmation serviceo in St. An-
dre'w's Episcopal church Sunday
morning.
March 25-1906 La'w social at Gran-
ger's.
March 28 - Monday evening - Leap
year party, girls of the School of
Music, Granger's Academy.
The t'wo series of lectures on the
tBible being given hy Professor Shall-
cc Mathe'ws under the aspices of the
Christian Associations are proving
very popular. Professor Mathews is

have no fault tel find and are only scr-
ry that we did nest make a hotter "ird"I-fe.
shsowing. However, we were iso some Ke,,l 2. 'xooreleri,-,. 4eVols. 10
extent handicappsetd by she l 1ngtri1 llinl-uloneR'alllrosess as. fKlfed 3:Is
shot ?port of the men had to1 mae wieocars . 30
from Ne'w Turk ansi bs thiir tnfam'l xh-~tnese, xx lollsx ,R'mll'sP,5'5erty 10
acity 'with yoar trasdk." Crimin l'e .,'ce s-r 'rm ....... 5
"I 'was very 'well pleaseid wibhthe Tisfys,,, xindil a*.o...... 3
resislt of the meet" saisd Hecticitz eie Yer
latrick. S, tephe ' 'el Pe t fF ien(....... 25
"The moot xvas very satisfctol~ry'" Marsha I ,I on C roatios110
sadCpanKellogg, 'althosugh I wax y1,1'-1. af oprtin.....5
scared at flest. Hsiwever, this'tims' llsl',,x Csexso liec .......15
I1 ll ot x 'IrtofICrosxI4 a-inxc n 2
made in the mile ruiiwas very iusat-ieel ,,~er ,,,ss ,y I '-stdl,," .. .5(00
isfactory." Ilwes LawandsiProecesof1. S
Summaries. Cou,'.. Ilse....cc15 Z si,- 5
Sho1 Pal. I tl, 'son 15 s os.....i0
Rose, Michigais, 1ot, 47 fe:512in I is5U. "cut ... ..l...15
Kirby, Firsit:iegime~nt, 4' Is. 1/2si.11, OO'5';HII-,andlllossl, of SFsderalI 'r acseissx')
40 Yard Dash-Trial Heals. hidYer
1. Hohn, Michigan lot; SteffinsIllFirtX11rSMirn 1_I..... 30
Reginient 2nd. 'Time 5 see. W i xlonMines diing t'Injusries....5
2. Keeler, Mich., 1s1;Schule Msih x It )a o ntttos . 2
2nd. 44/5.ce .... . .. 1051
Finals. .l,,ex-,b, ,C~ 'wd ,litand".Ieide ir.g. e t00
Reeler, Mich., 1ot; Hahn, Mich., 2d..Xb Mic 1,, 'rc sti e,-2 ,vols.... ll..1 00
Collier onslBanklruptly.Il ........1110
4/5. flack sl Ba,,ll~slesplecy. ...... 1 55
40 Yard Hurdles. Ftlliotl on Ine.sre'.. . .4 00
lie ~e deicalIutrsixprs1,,1 e ...... 1.1310
Steffins, First Hog., Ist; Schiule, Il,,sc llili,,,,,rtlsx5'cs ux iyII,
Michi., 2nd. 5%/.1
440 Yard Ran. , C. E. BARTHELL

Norcross, Sich, 1ct; Smith, First
Hog., 2nd. 54 soc.
Pole Vaalt.
Alhertson, Flest Hog., IsI, 15 ft. 150
in.; Withey, Mich., 2ndl, 10 ft. 6 in.
880 Yard Rae.
Mall, Mich., 1ot; tlffendoll, First
Hog., 2nd. 2 nun. 32/5soc.
Mile Ran.
Kellogg, Mich., 1ot; Perry, Mich.,
2nd. 4 min. 385sec0.
Sigh Jump.
Holler. Mich., let, 5 foot hi incises,
Kaecke, First Hog.. 2nd, 5 ft. 9 in.
Relay Race.
Michigan, lot; Fitrst tRegiment. 2nd.'

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