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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Rod ucijo I
Sale
I.As we have too large a
stock of fancy
SUITINGS AND
T ROIJSIRINS
Ion hand we will sell
I them at reduced prices *
to mnake room for onr
I Spring and S n in in e r
Woolens. Be sore and
call in before yon place
yonr order. j tr,E
f G. H. WILD& C065
108 E. WASHINGTON STREZET.
SThe Great 6uu-ae"
IExciting [un for Eeyn
4bu4
IPocket War N'1aps for the
Far East, t1Sc.
"
ISHEEHAN &CO.,8 I
University B >oksellcrs Sti-
tioiiers and Engiavers.I
320 South State Street.S
C. IM AJOR e COMrPANY
Specialty of Fine
bcriorDeortina.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entredt as second- class ateter at the Ann
Ar-hor Post Ofie.
luolisted daily (Mvonday excepied) during the
college year. atl117 K. Washington street,I
(basemernit flor, side enirane) Phone se2-3r
MANAGING EDITOR:
'S. EdOilY 'TiIOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
RiOSCOE 13. HUSTON
EDITORS:
Athletics. - -RunER K. WALTuN
Ale.- - - - - J. S. BALEY
ASSOCIATES:
(Clifford Stevenson, iRoy Peebles,
A. M.Graer, Henry P.Erwin
A. C. Pound. A. 11. Ortmceyer.
Joseph Y. Herr. Stoddard S. Mare.
Ida M. iirouweigg. I. Waite Jayne.
Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Sm~iih.
iiarry 11. Andrews. Allred Bi. Koch.
Thuoasii. iRoiberts. Clyde L. Dew.
BUSINESS STAFF:
v.A. Iioaarrpe r. Wmo.IR. Lloyd
PIN. S. ifallilo. H. iK. Latourette.
rThos. L. Iciclte.
Editor Today-A. M. GRAVER.
'riioeliioi TooOlaro per sear, payalin (
advance. if deliaqueai after Noe. 1. 1903. $2.50
OilieHours:-i2:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 Ia 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Adiress--ROSCOE B. RUST SN, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telepihone, 461.
CALENDAR.
March 16, 5 p. m.-Philosophicai elub.
Lecture by Prof. Lloydl on "Ethics
and its History," in Tappan Hali.
.liaic h_.)-U. of M:i. tepublicean nlub
electlin.
,.larchl 16, 1:15.-Meeting of. Fresh
1.Lit i Roam C. University Hail.
{March. 17--Thursday evoning-"The
Evideceofronm Variation," Dr.
Pedrl, Museum lecture room.
Mdarchi 18-Friday-'07 Lit dance in
Barboar gymnasium.
tMarchl it-Friday ovening-Univeri-
ty oratorical contest, auspices of
the Students' Locture Association.
M'arch 18--Fridlay-4 p. rn-Hon. H.
Rt Pattengill on"Boarding r'ound"
S at Tapplan Hail.
M\arch 19-Fresh-D. U. S. meet.
Morcl: 20, h p. m.-Iiiustrated iecture
on "Parsifal," by Prof. Staniey, at
Scihool lit Music.
\Iarch 25-1906 Law uociai at Gran-
ger's.
M~arch 25--Varsity debate, Wisconsin
vs. Michigan.
Some of the Sunday newspapers
tclni fort: with (he statement that
Sbase bail at Michigan was dead, but
1111 numell'r of men trying for the
11001 would seni to indicate rather I
ihe oppitel. \Ve certainly have as
-1100y meii trying folr the team as the
ini'jcciiy of tiie coileges have and a
gioldniany nmore lhau quite a fow can
boast if'. Last year the oame taut

GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.'
To ct down the large number of S e tr n
stags who attend the Senior Prom at
Nebraska, a man must pay twice the
regular admision fee if he is without
aladiy. __ Sweater Vests
A lou of Yale spirit i feared on
acount of the large number o men
who are leaving the campu to room 25 % OFF
in hoteis and private cub. Thuin
epeciaily noticeabe in the sopho-
more cas which has but few men liv- For a Short Time Only
ing on the campu. As a result it is
claimed that interet and spirit is-
becoming less warm. Some time ago
the sophomore societies were abolish-
ed in an effort to overcome thin seem- 50Oe o 41
ing lack of spirit, but without any ap- $.0O sfr-$4 2
parent result. Now it i planned to
set aside one dormitory on the cam-
pus for the exclusive use of the sopho- $5.00 Ones, for - $.j
The- "Sewer Diggers Union" at
Oakland, California, were considera-
bly wrought up over the tudents La- Colors White, Gray, 1Ma-
bor Day at California. Many of their,
number wanted to send resolutions of addpoett h nvriyfralwn ona Navy.
their legitimate work to be done by
the students..
The girls at the Univerity of Chi-
cago will have a relay race in theirFO SAET
gymnaium meet to be held soon.
There will be two teams, one the jun-
ior and one the senior college, and Walir' kStores..
each team will number eight girls.
At Lehigh University they have a
dramatic club which goes uinder the --- -
name of the Mustard and Cheese cib.Bo s
Its mission in life is to preset some Useful, Law rBooksd ec ea ndti
year a travestry on "Romeo and Jo -_____________
iet," will be given.
Fist ear.
The "W"men at iscni',aein's :Commetiaries. Srls-........ $90
The "" me at iscos~n re Williamnusieal Property.Htcelhins ed 3 25
planning to form a sociai clb to fur- iilicesderer's llacttone's Elemets
her clean athletics in the university wiit eihars- - - --......5......300
and to bring the athete closerhIo- McCadless Otines f I ei Propery.. i150
0ipace's Aridgemet of Bachstne..- 2 25
geiher in a social wa. Criminal rocedre r-imaris- --......i.5
Iilay's Crimial ILaw - --......... 3 00
Owen:' Law Osuicer, 2. sbjets.....350
It is stated that spring, foot bal
practice will be instituted at the Uni- Second Yea.
versity of Pennsylvania this year as a Stepen's Digiest of Eridenee-.......20
y y ~Marhal irs Crorartins........I...iO0
part of the ed and Blue's new coach- Clar-h on Corpratios..- - -S50
ing policy. The work will begin some Wilus' U. S. Steel Corpor~ration.....1. 250
time in April, and will ho under the Wil us Cases oi Eience......- - 1 50
seenman's "Art of Crss Eaiatin" 120
instruction of Captan Torrey and IeieeEiatyleadis,,- - -e6ii
Head Coach Williams. Dyer's Law and Procedure of U. .
Curts.... -........2 75
' -~sedfslclt. Elements of amages -.. 2 50
Six members of the University of Sutherland on Damages3vl....:S : b 5 00
Pennsylvania's Board of Graduate Sedili.onu Damages. 2 ols-........ Oi0
ICrtis I. S. torts.. . 1 lw
Coacheo have been selected for d.194. Mcowaniad Booof Federi Practice 10
They are George . Brooke, Dr. J. Third Year.
C. MCrackten, Dr. J. B. Carnett, Sam- Lng n Irifatio----------------... .5 90
uel Goodman, Charles Wharton and Morison Mining Law- - --....5.... : 300
William Morice. These are six of the 1white 00 Mines and Mining Injuries.... 7 50
most famouso foot ball laers ever Med Iriatio Insiutios . -.....1 25
PY Berdseye's Abott's Forms f Covey-
turned out by Pennylvania and their ancring.- - - - --...i.......... A0
selection has received unanimous ap- oes oems of Coveyncing-...... 016
roval from both the undegraduates Cowder oems and Precidets - 6 9...a0
P ~~~Att's 1ilic. Pracice. 2 els.ie.. _ 0
and the alumni. Cllier on Banrupty1l.......o..-5600
____Bluon lBsnhrupcy- - --........ . SOl5
Ellitt on Insurance....4 ii
Cornell athletes are having dreadful iReese Medial Juisrdence -a..... eo0
times with the Ithaca crfew law Law Dicinaries, alarzer, Etc.
which makes it obligatory on them to
get off the streets by s oclock. The C. E. BARTHELL
trainero hail the inovation, however, LW&11ElA OK
It gets their men to bed early.LA &MEI LBOK
No. 326 Souhs State Street
The Duluth Boat crib has accepted ________________
the chalienge of the University of Wis-
consin Crews, and will row them a
series of races at Mtadison in July.
GLEE CLUB NOTICE.
Room C Wednesday 16th, 7 p.a m. ou fc
Fresh Lowney's, Alegretti's, Spar- far Us Wilm'
rows, Huyler's, chocolates at Csh- shaving Stick.
log's Pharmacy. tf.
JOB PRINTING-MEYERS. .21
SMain St. S. Phone 21.
DCIAN M. 5I2ABOLT, JManager
Wednesday, ,"arch 16 I Saturday, ,rarch 49

The John C. Fisher's
Great Labor Magnificent Production
IPlay Tke Silver ,Slipper
1he FacoyGil 0p oeo,kst~y irls
f -'RICES--ase, 25c, 3Me, 5e. Sasnw Pie - c$.0 1.0
Iselling., Seats ready, Thursday.

f'rPainst tIl lin r islheiiis. Ito belpretit' isely all season. More
Pains, iltaui Uaetiriiu enIthu~siasmiithian ever has been shown
23 E. Washingtan. Phone 237, this year among the candidates for
tic tamanditurndotibtedly the aggre-
U f ,A dasetc -re So gatioin that trots out on the diamond
to represcent Michigan this spring will
AND BATH jkO4lt.5. be capable of putting up a good article
J. R. TROJANIOWSKI, Proprietor, of base ball.
Face Massage a Specially, Lost--Gold watch and fob. Please
322 SOUTH STATE STREET return to 219 5. Thayer street.
ITHE[ SUDE[NTS' [[CTURE[ ASSOCIATION I

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