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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Reduction
Sale
As we have too large a
stock of fancy
TROUS[RINGS
on hand we will Isell Z
them at redned prices
to make room for or
Spring and Sumnmer
Woolens. Be sre and
call in efore yon place
yor orderi 4 4 .A
G. H>WILD & C.,
108 E. WASIINOTON STRET.
The Great 6GameI
Exciting Fun for Everyone
Pocket War M'as for the
IFarlEast, 15c.
SHEEHAN & CO.,_
University Booksellers, Sta-
tioners and E~ngravers.
320 South State Street.
**0~*e*0s0 N0N.e ®I Ni*
C. IH. MrAJOR & CO"PANY
Specialtyj of ine
Inerior Decorting
Complete new line of Wall Papers.
Paints, Oils and Varishe.
23 E. W ashinton. - Pase 237
U, of 14. Antiseptic Barber Shop'
AND BAT[ ROO1M.
J. R. TROJANOWSKI, Proprietor.
Face Massage a Specialty.
322 SOUTH STATE STREET

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Knteed as s eodclass matter at the Ace
Arbor Post Office.
PIu lished dlly (Monday excepted) dricg the
college year, at 117 E. Washington street,
basementflonor, side etrace Phaose 8913r
_MANAGING EDITOR:
S. EMORIY THIOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
IIOSCOF B. IHUSTON
EDITORS:
Ahltics, -- P OBEoR K. WATO
New,- - - - - . . SAE
ASSOCIATES:
lifford Steeso, iRoy Peebles,
AMA. raver, lHery.KErwi
A. C. Posed. A. 11. Ormeye.
Joseph: Y. Kerr, Stoddrd S. More.
Ida M. Brownrigg. 1. Waite Jye.-
Gleo. A. Osobr. Harold C. Smit.
Harry H. Adews. Alfred . Koch.
Toms BI. IRoet. Clyde L. tie.
BUSINESS STAFF:
C. A.lThomsono. 0W. 0. Lloyd
Dll, . lo::lltz. 1.K. Laorette.
Thbos.1L. Veet..
Editor Today-ARTHUR C. POUND.'
Subslcriptont-Two Diollro pr ear, paale 0:
adcance. If delnqoent ftr No. 1.1V903, $2.0
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
y psM.Daily.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTO, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Stree.
Telephoe, 461S
CALENDAR.
,lach 1-107 engieer nmetig, oon:
1, 1new tngneerng building, at 4
oclock..
MrcihtI LC.H.social at Presbyte-
iant church, 8 p. i.
Mlarch 18-Friday-4 p. m.-tlon. H.
K. Pattentgill onBoarding round"
at Tappan Hal.
March 1-Friday-'07 Lit danca in
Barbour gymnsium.
March 15--Friday evening-Universi-
ty oratorical contest, aupies of
the Students' Lecture Asociation.
Maccit18, 7:30-Matin-of Fencera'
club in Trophy oom.
March li-Meeting of Paker Dem-
crats ino Newbery Hall, 7:00 p. .
il1areb 19, :30 p. m.-Republican Chnb
elecion, in MMillan Biall.
Marchl:7.9, 4 I. m.-Ju:nio girls mat-
log in: tarbotur gym.
Mlarchl1il-Lecture on Parsifal, School
of Music, Prof. Stanley.
March 19-Freoh-D.1. . meat
March 24-Junior Lit dance..
Macl: 21906 Law social at Gran-
gor's.
March 25-Varsity debate, Wisconsin
vs. Michigan.
After remaining in the background
for almost a year, the perennial sub-
ject of a boating course for Michigan
agaitt clainms public attention. Thia
time it seems to have some foundation
ill fact. Michigan sttdents have long
hoped against hope that some day con-
ditlion ight allow the trining of a
Varsity crew. Now through the pure-
ly cmmerca enterprise of business
mien the Huron river level may be
raised and the channel staightend
for power purposes. If the data now
being compiled by Chicago engineers
warrants the outlay of thosands of
oiairs, this mammoth ndiertaking
will be commenced. y the plan now

under consideration, a straightaway
water course, three miles, in length
will be available for training pur- .
poses. Michigan, successful in all oth- r . S eat's and
cc branches of University athletics, 5 n
h a s a l w a y s b e e n o s t r a c i z e d f r o m a q u a -Itc s o t , T e s u e t b o y v r n w a e e t
the lookout for new worlds to con- w a e e t
quer, is eager for the time when "M"
crews may meet the great colleges of e
the country in their annual regattas. 25 % OFF
Util the engineers in charge make
their report six months hence, the For a Short Time Only
fate of Michigan's water-course hangs O l
in the balance; but it is earnestly hop-
ed the project will prove more than a
false alarm.
A poster in University Hall an- $5.50 Ones for - $4.12
noiunces a "Dutch 'treat' for the Jun-
ior girls at arbour gym Saturday af-
ternoon front our to six o'clock. To $.0Oe o
properly celebrate this occasion the
girls are reiusted to bring cracker-
jack, popcorn, candy, gum, taffy and
other sweets dear to the taste ot ent
ininity After their enthusiasm has Colors White, Gray,a-
been suffictly aroused by the good
things of life, the girls propose to de- roon and Navy.
vote the rest of the afternoon to cass
"sings and yells" in preparation for
the apprcoaching basket ball games.
Some time ago the announcement ofFRSAVT
a combination candy pul11 and singingP0 SAET
meeting brotight0o11 a big crowd oft
Fresbhman girls and in all probability W anrs B ok /(
tbe Ju~niors will prove no less stsep Book toes
tibia to the sugared alurments o1 the
"Dutch Treat."
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
A recent storm in California did a S.P E C IA L..12
g r e a t d e a l o f d a n ma g e t o t h e c a m p u s a e a d S a f r n h n v r i y BRA N
of California. Molly ornaniental trees B A R lon oA INbobeSdm
aged. Iiare's systm :ofI Prcticat'Therpetic
by Amoricadea for:i erintho .srs aoin-
The base bal lteam at Crnel leaves pltin 3 lage c l v 1ol., price $i
for an extended su:th~ernitrip: on Mn e:e otlss .0 o::yti tnl Cy lp,ptia:1f5'e-
31st, the beginning of the Laser vue- fcl dea) n,t' by ti:::...F. dI'0.8S-
01on . 01l., tus oM 0(1 at,j l'etitor;
tion. They will play bames at Annlap illstraelrtl all):..h..::o-llhogrtpbas
oils, Atlanta, Macon, Ga.; Ralegpootgb 1:,:-r :asanIe t: ,:ll (oas;sius
coyrloe,;sovos.of ,a rdsa.: of' 01oo1
Charictovilie, and iBatimoreIFour du,eolunt::o ::::o c e$t 0.0 a:
teens players, one cach, ibe managr set1111 i . . . .. 10
I'elri 1 is yto f, Pra lr:el.i.. is10:c 00c
and asistant manager, will nake the A -Carts of pratcledicine1,11 by As:
_____._____ actltrsiedited by illtPrppery
The medical school at Havrdl has of1 I t. It: ite ryl o.cl.on
I ini 1 5 ip ems ihdill: jeta:
sent two dotors over Io Manla t: 1::::.7tt:g: rpriec. ier Srt, clt:
sttudy the trhpical diseases lprvalenti -, :11:. \r0: tia t0(11"0
in te Philippines. They swil remain II(C;ray :l's 13.e:l:r.. ii0
110 the islands for a year, ::is Ane lpt'r0:111 ; 0
41::: 10I 0..l:)....e..i::10- 5< lt
spru:ng its weekly leak. Rot,-h, h i:1icsncl. 3E:i. iS.......) . 13 7
0::j:::s. lri. O \1:1 an::e ld'tihrat,:X.0:00.... I1 50
Minnesota and Iowa have rcnse 01:co1:::::, Dill. o Ns. 53. i t... o
forth wih statements declaring that 11111:,110, il::ll&.lid:er, itistlogy,
Wiconsin is unsportsmanlike and (otIllr350 ............................2t50
breaks contracts without any reason. Zi I /t.':sicterntul:ogy lraite,7400
Kilpatrick, the Wisconsin manager, on Am:::rioares took,::i 15,10 a lti
the contrary denies that Wisosin r.50 ..... .4500
ever broke a contract with either lucasII C. E. BART~i-ELL
or Minnesota and furthermore said le
don't care to take a tdapu up to Mn- LAW & MEDICAL BOOKS
nesota on account of the1 bad treat- N.36Sal. lt ie
inent it always receives thre.
Cornell's exhibit for tlo SC. Louis
expssition is already entirely complet -________________
ed and will be shipped on Mar. 2st.
The committee on student cindcl at To keep yor face
Cornell recently expelled a member in good c onidi ti013
of the freshman clas for the rest of
the year for cheating in a preliminary 115ff Willilt1SS Shaving
examination in mathematics. Stick.
$5 MADOLIN AND GUITAR MUSIC
$1. ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.

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ITH[ STUJD[NTS' [[CTURE ASSOCIAI-ION
ORATORICAL CONI[M
[RIDAY, "rARCH1 18, 8 P. Mri
UJNIVRSITYI! TA[.
Regent Levi Barbour will preside.
Doors Closed During Slpeeches..
ISeason Tickets, $1.400 A. A Single Admission. 25c

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:0r' se::ttol, in:'luding thte famousa
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