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- THE MICHIGAN DAILY

aG
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t Leading Merchant Tailors;
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Iand St. Andrew Flannels
London Cassimeres or Ainer
lean Serges. Please call and see:
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s
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o xciting [un for Everyone
Pocket War MIaps for the3
Far Eaist, 1ISe.
ISHEEHAN & Co.,l
iUniversity Booksellers, Sta-┬▒
I tioners and Engravers.
320 South State Street.*
The Ann Arbor Savings Hank.
Capictal Stock, S50,00.5 Surplus, $175,000.
IResoces. J2 55)01))
A GENERA! BANKING BUSINESS
TRASaACTED.
OFF4rt: Cha(tries IE. Hisc'., res. ; . 1).
Ifarrioin. ,Vice es.: M. j. 4. (1. t er.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Etered as sccond-class matter at the Ann
Arbor Post Office.
Published daily (Mionday excepted) duelng the
college ,year, at 117 1E. Washington steeet,
(aennflose, side etrance) Phone 8112-3r
MANAGING EDITOR :
S. EMlORtY THIOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
ROSCOE R I. HUSTON
EDITORS:
Atleltic. - - -on E~RK. WALTrON
News,- - - - - J. S. IiAr~nY
ASSGCIATES:
Ctird Stevenso, Roity Peebles,
A. M ravr, Henry P. Erwn
A. C. Pounnd. A. H. Ortmeyer.
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More.
Ida M. Brownrigg. I. Waite Jayne.
Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith.
Harry 13. Andrews. Alfred . .Kcil.
Thomas 11. lRoberts. Clyde L. flew.
BUSNESS STAFF:
1. A. Thomon s,:. We:. It. Lloyd
M. S. Kobllitz. IT. K. Lattierette.
Benj,. IK iDelloy. Thus. 1L. Feketr.
Editor Today-I. W. JAYNE.
,Subscriptlion-Two:llars:per year, payable in:
,cadvace. If dtlinquent ,ofttr Notv. 1, 1,903, $2.20
Office Snare:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 Un 2:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROISCOEBS. HUSTONi, Bueineees Mae-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461.
CALENDOAR.
April 11-I p. itn. Demeocratic Club
eliecttsionad conve-ntill in Ne-
ber-ry lall.
Fridlay, Allril 8-85to1.01 p. mo., S. C.
A. soi al, Newrberry 11011.
Aprail 8--81p. 1m. Lecture by Professor
Van Tyle o00"A (C11)noeilpIDown
the Danoube," at Sarah Casweell
Angell Itoh.
April 9--Woman's League Leap Year
party.
Aproil :I..-2londay. 4:111 p. In. Opecras
lf t XX gillr. Illulstr'altdlecturel
11y Professor Stanly in Mu~lseum~
April 1.:1 WIlnt-sday, 8 p. in., in Sar--
ah Caswelil Angell IHall, Lecture
by Thecodore XX. Kdoeh on "Datle,
lie Mali aed 11e Poe.'"
April 14--Annual election od Y. M. P.
A. offices.
Tilt iaih roois at.lie XWaermaln~
(z1S1222 are i~~iIl~' 1 1210noxtlrt-nily tO-
&tnila ryconldiio.
1)o:t1112Sunldayconcetls beld at Itie
Uillversity (of Califotrnia su~ggst ally-
lt ichrigan tudi ientsl?
W~II11Oith llo ditio1n of sleepling ears
to, 111-heYsilani 1line, 111re will 11n-
dubllltdly be -alollelilarger all~emnle
It is-vloy :gratifyilng to Ihe Uiversi-
ty10 Itllnotfttel manly 11(1n10sewhith
havt- 111111 sho:win lhe-ireiden1t on his
exltenideidtrip. lie has spoenllat the
nacot imorlitnt lfunctionls iofse-viral of
t11e XWestern unliversitie-s and lhas
ively willre11)1111rece~ivedl will)en-

We are glad that he is able hi take
a holiday and to no it seems only right
that he should be accorded the honor
which we can but feel he oo richly
deserves.
PRESIDENT'S WESTERN TRIP.
President James B. Angell, who has'
been west (10 an extentded tour, is ex-
pected home about the middle cit next
week. President Angell has bern vis-
iting the Pacific Coast ulniversities
and has been the gtuest of variouls
educational instittions in Califoria.
Early in the we-eli he made a trip tii
Los Angeleo.
The president will probtabtly slop at
one or two western tuniversities toll
his return acroos the continent. and
will arrive here about: Tuesday next.
Everywhere on his trip President An-
gell has been shown great honors cod!
hal npoken at several important col-
lege affairo.
This weekt the Satutrday Evening
Post mentiono Presidlent Anigell as
onle of the few univecrsit y presidet-ns
who have helid their oiftic-es ftir thirty
years conl over.
A PERSONAL CAMPAIGN.
'Thce cntest in theDemcitratic ele-c-
tion and cinventitin totday iproises
t) lie a clttse inte. T'he Parker Itic-tet,
heatded iy J. Hl. Nichiils, hasitc titett
thte campcaign ttoantoppostitt ilon fXV.E
IR. Hearst'seaniitacy.'rhte 111-cool
men say they are colnductting a pttrtely
personal campaign, without rtegaril to'
the itreferences fur tpresidetil cit i-~l
idates.
In tileecnventito whicht tftliows,
hotwever, thi- politicat trieferenices ofi
the Iwo fioltns al-e-expectedto aIpii-
ticar.
ENTERPRISING.
An cotetrprisiiig ptpc l ubilt'
lDtan Htchltits' spteectih i int-XXesi.
b-eanI-utcthits sasys list, 111-il)not',
mae t1hte speech reolsrted 1011his stib-
je-ct was an entiriely differet on(tt,
than that givin in the hater.
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
'Te crewrice-btiwrt'nXWitctinsint
anid C'orne-lltshiichtwas t be oin' ti
tic mainit-attures of lie jubtili-e'st-i.ok
at M~adiscon has Itteen: declareid oftby
thte XWisconsintBoalrtd tf Controil if
Athletics. As lie- jubileit- omitt o
ieitusedto ttgtuarante-e $1 2)1)1itr lt,' ox-
pense eti bringiiig the Cotrne-llI tr-i
west, the IttardtfeitItit coutltd nt;af-
foid thiadi that amottt to its tre-stI
deficitiof $tl0tt0. Alsothi' crtew-ohitct
wotuldlrepre-sentCortiell wso tto itbtt
the regular 'Varsity ieightbt'tthit
sophoamtore crew, in which tact- Wio-
consiii woutl nott gain mtuchi by bettt-
tug it anti wtttld lose a g~rtat ittal if
tdeieated.
C'rumley, the great itcer orft the
G~eor'gtown tInivirsit y ttase' 1all team1
has, beeiinsspenllddtill t-etcast-oftI
ptroftessitonalism charetIagaliost ti
is defieatedl.
A freshman at Wisotintit the1
naioe of Jibotsn is thitiwing IteItamt-
mer:tve-r 111 fetldaity in itacti'e.
Anttthter freshinan itircw tlb isost
112 feet.

AN
GLOVE
Made- of selectedl, velvet
taiiietd buckskin, huilt- on
lii nces that xii appeal
stroiigly to tile players of
expeelice is our No. 2x5.
I ttfits 110 heel pad, is
nicoe extra loug ill the
wvrist, is lined and slightly
padded aiidlstronigly aind
dutrabhly iiadle throitghioi:
It sells
[or $2.50.
1FOR12SALIO AT
Walir's Book Stores.
tt'ttr e;oltr hat
The"lVARSJTY't
Th'le disinctioti is ini
thte differeince.
GOODSPEtD'S

I alters

I7S. "ain S1.

Hot races cc cjled .:lid

Choie Ct Flwer ttttsiasm.
lo esCocflowers owers ov- er thirty to-arc ntow -he hans
aiid Plants in season tee-n citlthe-heof t the Utniveisity of
COUSINS & HALL, tiiucit ntn titiring lttat tinme tas
seenI it ltpe its lplac- amttngthe gret-
Cor. S. Univ. Ave. and i 7th Stre es ct not only ttf StteUniiversities bti
Teleptione 151. (el:nttf all tuniversitie-s ini the cotentry.

WEBSTER CUP TEAM. retreshedt. U -tl3 nn1S'
After a lively sc-I of ptrtliinarieso Shaviuo' Sticl
the Webster Society haicosenuoo'tile 1-
coltwing team tt repirest-it it in thtt
anuial ('tp Debate. 5. tic-ruiere.'
F. M. Do Neffe and Hi. It. Atherruon.

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OCrANt 1M. .StABOLT, M~anager
FRIDAY, APR. 15 J'J- Coleman presents
M1r. flarry Deresford in
J. M. BARRIEOS MASTERPIECE
The Professor's Lv tr
Author of Maude Adam's "The Little Miniater.e"
Prices, 25c to $1. Carriages may be ordered for 10:45

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