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April 14, 1904 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1904-04-14

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY -

G. H. Wild Comipally
L eading Merchat TailorsI
ISPRINGi WOOENSj
fFor Suits, Top Coats and
Trusrs Full dress suits a
speialy. etus show you
our Loudon Serges, Lodon
Cheviots, Scotch Mixtures,
Kiloweus, Blarueys, High-
lauds, Ediuburghs, Drum-
t ochty's, MGugors, Lodou
Iaud St. Audrew Flaunels,±
Loudou Cassiteres or Amer-
icau Serges. Please call ad seeZf
0. . Wild Coimpally ?
108 E. WASHINGTON SREET.'*
T he Great Game s
r ITI0
[xciting Fun for IEveryone
45c.
jPocket War "ras for the
Far East, I Sc. *
ISHEEHAN & 0., _
Uiversity Booksellers, Sta-
tiouers aud Eugravers.
320 South State Street.j
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Capital Stock.$50,55. Surplus, $175,000.
Resources, $2000.00
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TANSACTED.
Orescrs: Charles . lisock, Pres.; . I.
Harrimn. Vice Prs.;0M. J.1.Frio. Cashier.
fo esChoice Cut Flowers
and Plauts il season
COUSINS & HALL?
Cr. S. Uiv. Ave. sod 12ths Stree
Telephoue 15 1.

THE ICHIAN D ILY (Continued from"puge one.)
- -- -Stafford '05, carried their potatocs
Entered as second-class matter us the Ann without dropping them and so won
Arbo Los Offce. one point apiece.
iullished doily lM,:,dayexcepted) during the The most exciting event of the meet
college yeasr, at 1157 E. Washington street, was the relay. Onlythoe juniors anid
(batsem~ent floar, sidc entraonc)phene 892?.-r freshmen tooh part in this. Miss Staf-
fordl. Miss Snover aiid Miss Dale run-
MANAGING EDITOR : cing for the jtiniors; MtisCrate, Mis
S. KEMORYT 'IIOMASON Shartell and AMiss Yorkser, tot thc
BUSINESS MANAGER: treshmen. The treshmein won the
RIOSCOKEIt. IUSTON race, hot only b~y a small margin,
EDITORS: t hankss in the good wont of Miss Dale.
Attitletieo. - - - ROBnnRT K. WALTON 'rhe final score o:f the mcct was,
Ne,- - - - - J. S. BALEYT freohmen 64 points; ju:niors 62 points;
ASSOCIATES: senio:rs 46 points; and solphomores 45
Cliftord Stevenso, RoSty Pebles, pinits. In every respt b oth meet
A. M. Drover, Henory P. Erwin sod exhiitiion were a very great su:c-
A. C. Pound. A. H. Orsmeyer. tess. A large aud:ience was lpresent
Jo:seplh V. Kerr, Stoddard S. More. andi many words ot praise tot the
Idn ld Trnwri o sT_ .,P Jane.... work were heard.

Gieo.A. Osbo:rn. Harold C. Smith.
ha:rry 11. And:rews. Alfred 0. Koch.
'Thomtas It. Roaterts. Clyde L. Dew.
BUSINESS STAFF:
C. A. 'Thoms~o, Wm~e. tLloyd
M. S. k:,hlitz. HSt. CLutourette.
tooj. t. Dltlhy. Thus Lechoic.
Editor Today-ARTHUR C. POUND'
,Satoripti:::--Tio:Dollars pot ocar, payable is
advancce. If delinquen:t oftlot Noc. 1, 1901, $201
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:3S and 6:30 to 7:0
p.,us. Dully.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTONO, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461.
'filestab~lioshmenttsot a "Senior
lench" b~y till' iembersofo the Sen-
ior L~iterary class, otarkts the revival
ofa va:lu~ale tradit ion. The oeno:rs
"hantg-out"t''uinlg 1110 11ex1 0101 weekso
and:1t111(0asIs it 011 1o 1110pret'si
Jun:iolrs. Scvrtal mtteoibers o:f the
class, when 11spoke'n to, de'clared itat
heir putrp~oe in etablishiing th~e
bet1ween'llth:: up)per1clases, or 1::ox-
c'ltude:01111of othe1r claosesfom0:111the
beonch,1bu1 tt:'er'lyIto estahliosh a con-
venen 111111nll'111place lfor Senors. In
ve oftis iofact, it is certainly to be0
11op1ed1thot loot year's miotake swill
not b:e rpea'ted1, and:tha1:t this bench
will become thte tradlitonal rend:ezvouso
of the Sen:io:r clas, Dere 10 a chtance
to revivbe a 5good:I Micitigan tradtion:
adit sh~otuld not:lbe lost.
FENCERS' CLUE ELECTION.
The Fenc1010' Cltuh last ntight elected
officers tfor til ea01o00110 19014-5.'T'he
moent cho~senlwere thooe who have
evinced1 exceptionial efihciency in the
artlof fencin and 1:r 1 a s fllw,:oes
P'rc-ideltt. ai-VGalI'0U.Sc
tird:membetoc I:be set:ected.
phi snc. odal IsnvitdRo::o14ass'te
themsld il, th1 4 o11. Ap0. ton
Aprl)\illSd-Lecturelyreorg.nKeighard
saona"dthe Lamekinasandpother
aottctoto inEvolu til on ituse-n
umrl 4.Lecture boom. Rigar
April 15-7 p.m., Dird Club Meethag.

AN
INFI[[D[R'S
Made of selected, velvet
tann~ed butckskill, huilt 011
Ii m e s tlhat wvill appeal
stro, ly to Sloe players of
experience is our No. sxs.
It has 110 heel pad, is
mnade extra long in the
wrist, is lined and slightly
padded slid strongly and
dtirahly umade throughout.
It sells
[or $2.30.
P0K PALE AT
Walir's Book Stores.

GLEE CLUB TRIP.
Thio year the Ciee ('lubt will spend
the opting vacation in toulring a part
of the states of Mich~igan a::d Ohio,.
'The trill is mainly tfor pleasu~re as the
J-Hop: concert madle goosd the loseo
oft the holidoy touri.
Saturday evening the cltubs 'ill
give a concert at Detrolit. Monday
night a concert will be giveni in ~l
01111 and Tuesday evenin:g the cltubs
will entertain an atidielnee in Dowsling
Grteen, Chilo. Ao tis io the honte of
"Bobt" Parker, the leader o:f the Clee
clubl, an enjo:yable ente'rtainment boo
b:een prloised the men.
The clubts wsill be assistedI by Louis
labtel '005 Law, pianist. wollis knowno~
as the comitoser 11f "The Victo~rs."
Tickets torthito Detrolit concert 1110
te obtainedi at Wright. Kay & C'1. It_
is hoped that many appllicatilIostrom
stud:ents willtbe 100111'at1101c11:in 11rde
t1) secuire the best seats for She Mich-
1551n men: and w:oen.
ALPHA NU VS. ADELPHI.

tht' Law' Builing'occulrs the oem~i-
finals betwren the Alp~ha Nt: andl Adcl-
phi1 literary societil's leadting uptol01
the anntual 'Cu1pIdebate'.
Laswrence C. Hutll, Jr., Vs. St. Sc'hroe-0
toe- and Ausotin L. Lathers. 'i'hi Al-
ph1a Nu: team consoists of St. H. Fole~tlr,
J. F. Lewis antt C. 1E.Still. The qutes-
11111 for deb~ate is: "R4esolved, that la-
tter tUniono SholdlInllcorpotrate," andt
te contest tromises 11to e exciting.
As both teams are colnsidleredt as
h~aving mote than average ability. All
lie mnt have had extporienice in do'
selveos1full cretdit.
04 L ITS.
'04 Lits are entitled to free sittings
at Kandallos for claoo picttires wvhich
will be printed by May L. Those who
have not attentded to this will do a::
at onice. Randiallos work only goes in
class pictures. WEEKS.
LOST-Between Koom C in Univer-
sity hail, and the corner of Monote
and Twelfth treets, a gold shield,
shaped pin with red enamel cen-
ter and boating inscription "Pomo-
na. '99." Finder please leave at
secretary's office. 141-143.
WANTED-A student that can do1
watch repairing and would like to
work part of the time. Inquire at
340 S. State otreet. 143.
Chafiing dinhes at Haller's Jewelry
Store. tf.
Just reteived an import order of
two hunderd bundles of finest violin
strings which will be nold at prices
lower than the lowest. Come in and
see them-Ann Arbor Music Co.

Not a three-dollar lost,
hut lthe.ttltee-dollar lhat.

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lThe "VARSITY"t
The distinction IS InI
thle difference.
GOODSP[ED'S1
HatersII S.r"ain j
You oweC it to yourl
face to ttse WVilamns)
Shaving Stick.

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TIS SPACE II[[ONGiS TO THE[
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ATHURN TEAL
DEAN M. .5IAIOLT, Manager
FRIDAY, APR. 151- J" Coleman presents
Mr. flarry Beresford in
J. M. BARRIO~S MASTERPIECE
The Professor's Love Story
Asuthor of Maude Adam's "The Little Minister.:"
Prices, 25c to $1. Carriages may be ordered for 10:45

Season Tickets, $1.00 oti Single Admission, 25c

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HENRY & KYER, MERCHANT, TAILORS .UIVRSTYV

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