T2 ESI : 1MLGH.EGAN DAILY
Pablielied Daily (Sundas excepted) during the
Cotlege year at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
o~rn E The Inland Pres,HennngBleock.
F. ENG EHARD, '01 L
BIUSIN ESS Il aNAGERa.
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ATOLOTI 14, 1G. I). 1 cosece, '01 0E.
TlE. Wooeno,001L.A. 11. McDoUGALL,.'01 E
A. 0G.loRO E,'0".E. J. 0B. 0WOOD, '00,
L. J MNMoEooRY,'00,44'. 1). 1ttooEon, '0001,
1R H JoooooeGA, 001. 44. A. KNIGHT '411L..
'(hoe tibserpt 400 (444001f4th' 04I14440 ('.50 toe
te college yea, ithmOa 0egular delivey betore
noonolo day.Notics omm000i0044111000and
oteatritene4010 54de.d for publication mus1be
handehd in 01t1the.DAILYol44174beforoe 80p(4.,0o
mailed to th 14editor bfore 3 p,40n0of the(da
Slbcpionoeimiy b eft a0411ile4D411'otlieb
Met'er's, or t40444t4414414(444441or wityh0Busi0ess
All 0(4144 S4444cribers4will4"c4n1400 44f4441 44
thic office by 44.444n. on4the(1day4prev0ous 4t4 1140
At t10441regula44 meeting of The Daily
board hldiday4( evening the resigna-
of Arthur tG. .B~rowne, '02, was 00'
At the annual election of tho U. of
H. Daily associationl in 17001m C, Satur-
day .morning the following board of
editorsw'as 01400010for the ensuing
Editor P7. of M. Daily:
Sprig proctice boo startedl (40b(0e747
hail, foothall ond tracko athletics. Why
should tennis always be 'behind the
rest? Thoe courto ore dry and shoul
he put in condition immediately. 'or
(he actcommodotion of the many tenni'
ployers who stoy here during spring
vacationo, tile Athletic AssociationI
soldft 744144'tice of thiso oandlact ot
Charles Shouer 1901 Lit,
lTh (1(44ive4sity commntyt wasa
A Gentleman's Feet ...
d(0 not hove to be crowdedl into
uncom04fortable shoes (in order 4t ooply
with the (ow. 'oi fashioo.
Fashionthastbeomoe decidedly lenien'
P'erthaps not permasesntly so, bt41 we won'
worr'y a0(40441 (lie0. Al $2.98 a pai
we goorantee to furtnish an utra-fashionhbl
an~d more comfortable 0(h444t4(414c040be par
chasoetdelsewohere at 044 eq(al7 (4i4e. Acid
04444guaran4tee mas y oey4O(704 b404 ck 444(4if
GLASS'S SHOE STORE
tOpn Evenings t09 S. Main
Uptil 8 pno
Thos. R. Woodrowr, '00 L.
A. H. McDougall, '01 E. j
W. D. Hickev. '00 M.
:Miss L. K. Sabine, '03.
Fred Engelhard, '01 Lo.
L. J. Montgomery, '00.
0. IH. Hans, '00 L.
;Geo. D. Hudnutt, '01 E.
V. T. Evans, '03.
K. H. dere gan,'00L.
WV. A. Knight, '01 L.
J. Id. Wood, '00.
The hoard will meet for organiza-
tion 10nP1(e cou4rse of a few days.
Prof. Worceater Leaves For the
Prof. Dean C. Worcester, member of
the new Doted Staten comamisalo for
the estahlinhment of a permanent gov-
erment in the Philippine Islands, left
Ann Arbor Saturd'ay (or San Francis-
co. Prof. Worcester was accompanied
by his fanmil' and secretary, donoes A.
Leroy, and his wife.
Since his apipointment, Prof. Wor-
'ester hass divided his time between
Washington ond Ann Arbo r while
making preparation f or his resideicee
in Manila, which will of necessity he
of considerable duration.
He will go direct to San Francisco,
where he will meet his colleagues of
the commissioon on April 12. They
will travel on the 'United States (cans'
port Hancock. The passage to Aa-.
nila will ocupy nearly a month.
Conceriiing the worko which the con-
mission is expoected to accomplish in
the islands, Prof. Worcester declined
to speak. He said:
"The war department is the only
source froni which inifornmation an to
the specific plans of the commisson~
Gov. Pingree has appolnted Prof.
Henry C. Adams and Judge V. H.
Lane, of thin city, as delegates to the
national conference of corrections and
charities, to he held in Topeka, Kan.,
May 18 to 24 incltisive.
shocked'4lSatu4'day too heo th io44- O OO O O O ~ OO O O O O
lent death of tChas. C. 0(407er, 0a2440104
litera4ry' studen0t(.of(Leav'enorth, Kan-i 0 ROB r. 9, S -AEBLERJ.FE UPT
000. He '40140struck1 antdins~tan4tly'
hilled by oaOMichigani tentral (4000044
It 'oppe0a0rs(t hhoyer1 0(11solve
r400er'0441 were10lreturing 1by wsay of1G Wo owill 0(404 (4o(r7store for ins1000Thuttsday April
terloa d ol t 40144en tioty 05004. 5th, a(001invoite tilergenetal pubolilc fortinspection.
7044404d(47' o7(hers44c4m(4n";(444440front a- 4We oill 174' p4eased'4ito 014000 701 00(1Sprinog styleo in
hunting ex"dtion. 1t441 A d1(7044io(044
froma K7g tlro e 70417ifle a wh lletono UITS. OVERCOATS. HATS AND NECKWEARI
of 0(h4 men'tihad andg0to sett4le 40144414r0(1
140"n t4477olihot. Shoyer c ame up4 1ater 1,04 10 1(10114 00705a1(441ic1e0soi the cash ba10(0
and4 71441a.444,400'ev'lver'4'and tPr1ed1to
0140(47 07 the mark.04(4 h1 he Nvlic 40 l yt P 04 ,- ..
s44' 70(4(7 004440044tiohis 0(h0t hoad made.
lie tools tthie 7cnterofi41the railr0041d
77.44(o 00w((king0leosorely 404vilo bis hoods u ~ ~ I, i -~--a
i hio pockets. All had been 044intent1 I(fIII W +
14e4041 th1(' ;,,44 lud 41nit 1i r i ll t.u
heeaS:i udel l u hoyeo 211 Sout~h Main Street, Ann Arbor.
s a i t . 47 s th i y t u iln (0 4 1 t o s h o t a t
throw04'ing 1(4'' -}vi 7(4.r ey H
landed i044 ''' 7001 o4041is(0 ASAND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
lid nlttnv wsstpGAS oc, u PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
'theo.to ( 0A 071(1 47,Lt .04( AN(IT40 R04400L'U0B001G, 0S00A1 OANO HOT woo sRiHEA'TING.
life woo hone when the boost mtn
(rea(1ed the0(0017 whero' thelody7401 lay. j J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
Both (ego were lbr'ken04in44s04001al____
ploces aiid Pthe face47w000 a4n04,000of,'
blood, almost 4unreco44gizable. tOne P of(
(lioy uoennani he4c"oioye"' entheloirtdI~ L % E . E Y .
bathe namycol ooii"Shoyeo' l the4(1.44 .44(41V(it..
loanod. Thoe bodoy ws carriedc to thoe
tstion oiod (he oc4rone4rsumolnliied.
PeietAngrell himse407li uriied toIthscnadoilernghedniy NED O h S For Parties, Receptions Etc.
ofthe young mnon telegraphed the saod
news to the nother at Leavenwoco.. COUPES Good and Prompt Service Guaaeel
Kan. Coroner Watts impaneled a juiry
and fixed Ptie inqe~oost for this morning.
Shoyer sos a 7044(0( man of shout JOHN F. HASnETT, SEWITi ALLEN.
25 yeaca, prominent and popular about, 223 Sa. Ingalls St. 720 So. 1211, " "°" '"'
college. At thoe recenlt University Ore- Ncw Statr Phonr 436. Now Staeone 204 000-r
torical contest he represented his
class. He is said to ho a graduaste of T e/ f
Andover college. Witnesses say (hat
the whistle of the locomotivo' waso amnpus Pr oto~rapIhers
blowno continouosly ointil (he yo00(0
man0 ws s truck.Have atoullone of U. et M. and Ann Arbor- !
;Vitws. Make a aspeciaty of tuencts' o
and v--i aaFlssohught aeatWrkitns' chl eannled,L pcesan
Wec X. .loies, '9,will 0 40t 1144' 0dwcr'044rosnd at lor',sBooikstre. ,~o d
'University during pact of thso e eeL .40
the De troit school for boyoslwhee n o' 44'
iseteaching is having a vacation. I 1 -r ,.iI' j 0. .0"'..
tloyt'o "A Hunch of Keys" is hook I 4AJI1L-----'.
ed to appear at (lie Athens thieatie1111
April 16th. '(he play is a 704o41 one
t~nd oorinn itrndinti1 5 lR + U RmnT rvmevrr iuuir irC
_____________________________- Icall is a box of I-langaterfer's "most ex-
N THlE Ist SET OF Whitens, beaiotifies, andl preserves 1140e cellent" chocolates. They are tine finest
teeth. nmade and prices are so reasonoLle that
OUR ANTISEPTIC AND VERY PLEASING TO THE you can afford Wahntongiv a treat often.
F U STASTE. .Wsigo. 1 .Suc
'Tbat's wheie we place our si All druggists 25 cents,017 by soail 4(o00
nens and where ore iteed to reoept of pic.++++ ++++++++++
hoop i(P Though ore do not C. S DENT & CO~, Detroit, Mich.
parade the flctPt st lbgreut length - ___ ____ __
asomdoweaejsassrn itsd just as long in quality and T oi fui~I 'o wait until you are compelled t
elficiency aa any in the staitoe. Poor POIUIUL buy robbers.
Q A RY'S bysTHE WISE MAN
busrubbers and has them ready for
CAM.. 8 t R Jh atto''sonr wear when occasion requiree-and
APRILL'S SHOE STORE
baa leso to pay the doctor.
SEE OUR LINE OF 50 CENT PEARL HANDLE KNIVES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.