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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY
Arbor inst U01lc.
25Pullhed duily (oseds y xcped) dug the
cos~llge y a i 17.IWsinSgto stee,
le (ba se t i;flor, side c este s) lho e 92- r
kMANAGIN EDITOR:
As we have too large a -
EDITORS
stock of fancy 1 Athleis, - ItlIEiUTs K. WAT O
News, -i - - - J. . BAEYV
A.S.~ ASSOCIATES:
SUITINOS AND tOliord Seensonss.,]Coy Peetles,
TROUSERIN6S A CiPonsd. A. 1. Ortoeye.
osieeilsY Kerr, Stsdard S. Mre.
Id M.IBrosnig lg. I. Wsie Isaye.
on hand we will [sell (leo.oA Osor. Harsld C. Sith.
Harrsy H. Assres. AlIt. chI. es
them at reduced prices ThomssiB. IRoblesi. Clyde L. Oew.
to make room for or .A BSIESS STAFF:
. -Tmsn. We.I. Lloyd
Spring and S u n miiie r A. T lsss .K. Latorette
call n befre yn plae 0.5. E Thosi. :t,. 1 ket. Lsirt
Woolens. Be sre and Editor Today-A. H. ORTMEYER.
~ SseLsss pu~ 's'isiisss litrvsslsicr esr, psissiise ii
yor order...,t StsvtOK si.isIf (lei ulnsss ficc Novs. tiii. 2.5
G. . ILD & co.,Z Office ours-1230 to :3 and :30 to 7:30
fAddress-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man-
ager, 331ieP ackardStreet.
10 OE . WASHINGTON STRET. Telephone, 46i.
>The ret iame " CALENDAR.
Alasisis2, 4 i. in -114 lit class meet-
* sisgIisosmC.
~ * II issis 2 4:I01)isms.Lecssire by Prof.
- - 'et, .WilgusceosillThee Northern
ISitis Decisiol," in eTappan
MIrch.2is iP. 1907 cengieers'
E xciting [un [or Eeyn 1 ,.Dnlsno Qattv
" anaomy,"in Sra Cawll An-
?march 24-Junioer Lit dance.
f March 25-1906 Lose social at Gran-grs
Pocket War "laps for the vs. Michigan.
Far [ast, I 5C~r t. Mrh 2-Cornell-Michigan met.
P I TThe class se f 1901 atthe I University
ofSMicigani~, literary ansi engieering
SHEE AN Q(X '1s0.1 drtmnst, sdeiedlsto1leave as its
SHEEHAN &from te class tax which shuld be
University Booksellers, Sta let so tss class teassry after all
ts be laesdis y heyisi iresisetand the
320 South State Street. dansseof1ile literary ass en sgineering
sisis~deatmentis s, 1torneedsy stesl in the
*o*~SOOO@~~~*@* two lepeartmsssseits. Thle alasse in the
teasury , $17.6l, Ias alrady been
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.555t5rn eesvr tilthilunebet as this
semda laher smsall aiiosnt for so
Reesd ousces,$,000.000sls Sts.large'ssclass Is lesveas 11s memorial
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS to5t-he'lesieersiy, liii seretaries are
TRANSATE. enclosisg i their leters tss thc class,
OrivRSObeoeIiarles E. Hilke, Pres.;eW. D. lask lrmnisslry noteis, ansi are asi-
Hriaic hos. . itcashloersilgtemmest ldetndlas oro I hieCtboeste r;ls cs, tee e pioil seosrbefore
* loversasidPlano inseas nleyar frosssdose. Nearly one hn
an*lati seao rded dlsrs has already been prom-
COUSINS & HALL, icd b a oes mmbs and itl
Cor. S. Univ. Ave. and oth Sreei increased by means ofsthiis appeal to
Telephone 15. the class.
.TH[ STUDENTS' [CTUR[ ASSOCIATION
ORATORICAL CONTLSTI

[RIDAY, MIARCHl 18, 8 P. I 1.
UNIV[RSITY HALL,
Regent Levi Barbour will Ipreside.
Doors Closed Daring Spceches.
Season- Tickets, $1.00 .A O Single Admission, :15c

I

GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
The faculty at Cornell have finally
decided to allow the crew to row
against Wiscnsin during their Jubilee
week in Jane. However, the men
most be back at Ithiaca by June 9,
when the final examinations for ho
semester begin.
Walter Steffen, .,e North Division
atlete, who competed against Micisi-
gao on the First Regiment team, has
been unable to compete since the
Michigan meet on accousntsit ass in.
jury to his foot which he received on
the turns of or track.
"If God Almighty of the Angell a-
briel wrote a poem it would not infer-
ct yo.Tosu are nothing but giggling
girls. Mlt ot you ought to be mae
to pay tuition here." These remarkso
are attributed to the head of English
department at the IUiversity of Cal-
fornia by the Chicago Tribune. While
lecturing to a class on poetry the
whispering and giggling of some of
the girls causesd him to mae the re-
mark quoted, e went further, hw-
ever, and announced his decisin to
segregate the sexes in all his classes.
He said the best work of the men is
hindered by the wsmen students and
feels that hia freedom of speech and
criticism of the students is prevented
The wosmen are now threatening te
boycott all the classes of the proessio
they are so stirred sp by his actions.
APARTMENT HOUSES AT MICHI-
GAN.
Next tall when essllege isopessthe
faniliar asiect ofStSate sreet will be
sosmewehat sltesre. I, is beig
planined tos folloew sit he aartmen'It
houssse' idea ust several set the eas eri
college toiws In arsordance wills
the above an apartmet hosse will
be built on the corner ot Mnroe ad
State .streets. It will be peretly ap-
piointed and equipped with every mod-
ern convenience., Harvard and ale
have adopted this system and it bids
fair to become prevalen in Michigan
and other middle West insitutions.
Several new business bocis are be-
ing planned for erection oii State
street or near it, which will be ocs-
pied by merchants whose places oflI
business are now down twn. When
all of these improventeus have been
cosmpleted the apiearance se thle cam-
1pus neighbosrhoods will have assumnedi a
hbsiness-like air.
ANNUAL ELECTION.
Nominations for ausal electionu of
officers-for Students' Christian assci-
ation will take place Wednessay even-
lng at 6:e45. The present incumbents
with Hr. . K. Eswards, as president,
and the various vice-presidets, hays'
irsoven themselves to be very efficint
sfficers as is showin by the large in
crease in number ot members and the
interest increase sver last yar, The
sficers have woked earnestly aid
persistently and it will be difficult to
fill their places. However, there are
about five men.who are being cuonsid-
ered as prospective presidents. While
the nosminations will take place this
Wednesday, the election sot oficers
will occur the following Wednessay.
There will be a large assemblage of
membsers at Newberry Hall between
5 and 6 oclock Wednesday afternoon
for purpose of discussing nominations.

Sweatersan
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.
SOR S ALP A
Water's Book Stores.
No better thansa $300
bat sbotl be The rtib
15 that other $30Ohalits
shoulsd be better The
"VARSITY"
$3.00.
GOODSP[D'S
flaters 1 7 . Plan S1.
Ytn ow-c it to yor
face to use Willianms'
Shlavin~g Stick.

N NNN NNN N N NN

AIN[NS IQtAIRt,
B. C. WHITNEY
THE PIPE J OE K
DREAMERI
in the Big Muic
"The Head
More Music Than A Comic Opera, P
' Lavish in Loveliness P
Saturday,
"46A- EOT -O0
35 CLEV[R hP
EVERYTHING NEW. Cleves
Costumes, Songs, GJ
PRIC[S: - 2

FRIDAY, March 25 Z
rPRESENTS
'E L y AND 30
sal Ot-Up
Waiters"ZZ
Ices: 261 36, 60 and 76c .
Wlarch 26
LD - Ir[" 9
[OP[U 35Z
Cr ommedians and Dancers
iris are Pretty.
c, 33c, 30c and 73c

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HENY &KYIER, MRHN ALRN. UNIVERSITY AV E.

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