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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
S pring xOand
SMummi~er Managinsior
____________________________Busintess Manager
CARL H. 0. ADAM.

Our Spring Specials
DESINS-Orginal and Exciusie
COLORINGS-The Newest
F ABRICS-Depend able
RESULTS-Pleasing and Harmonos
-IN -
Suitings, Vesings
Trowserings
Now Ready fo Your Eamination
G. g. Wild Compally
TAILORS
311 S0. STATE STREET
CLINTON
The "S LIPEASY"
BUTTON HOLE MAKES THE
B-ARKE R B RAND
BUTTON EASILY AND SIT PERFECTLY
MADE OF LINEN. BARCO SHRUNK
REGULAR AND QUARTER SIZES
155 2 for 255~
WMBARKER 02 MAKERS.
Sold In Ann Arbor by
WAGNER & CO.
Sae Sret
A. U.SPALDING & BROS.
The Splding are he largest mann-
Inc~ Spadn actrersn thewol
Trad.-Mark of OFICIALE QUIP-
MNT,lrallatletic
1,,.ISQ sports and pastimes.
o If yo re interet-
~' ed is Athletic Sport
{S you hold heiscop
d0lN Uy of the SplinI Cat-
alope. Its aomplete
enyclpedilo
isokowo thro0ughot o
the world as a wats New in Sport
Guarnrte of and is ent free on re-
0"ality. qstl.
A. G. SPALDING ea 13ROS.
chicago Dtroi
Base Ball
Goods
now that the season is here you
will need a supply Of
Base Ball Goods
Mitts, 25C to $8.00
Gloves, 25C to $3.00
Golf Goods
wI.ae te1lIe5110agents fore
Crawford McGregor
ColClubs, ol Bags
Balls and Supplies

ISheehan & Co.
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Eress Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Mauaging Editor, S-11
p. m. Busisess Manager, i-a, 7-8 p. m.
Except Sunday. Both phsoines.
EDlITORS.
News .......Lee A White
Assistaut. . . Harold Titus
Athletics .....Wilbur D. Elliott
Women .....Erieda Klelusidek
Music and Drauta...Hollis S. Baker
Exchanges .....H. B. McHugh
EDITORIIALS.
James K. Watkins MorrisontShtafroth
Charles Good G. 5. Lasher'
Johns 'I. Kessny
ASSOCIATE TORScus.

Walter K. Tuners
Dioe Bireye
Arthur B. Moelstssss

Harry Z. Eels
D). A. Hinckley
Wasde Oliver

Fred Lawtn-lts Harry G. Ms-ser
EranskRussell Chsarles 1-1. My lassder
Marris Heuser \It. Macin Ryats
Frassk fennl I kWlll nlsl. isrisis
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. "osvissun Norssans IHIHill
Walter Q. Wilgsss Myer Rubin
Kensseth Osborsn NorssassWittet
Ti-IL I-tl ks, l\RCI1J .I. 1o1
.Editos fosfsss 5 11: II J. 1 ill1,,lsl11 I
55 s-sther ': Firs 'l'sssr 11 andsscon-11
Its'std5 aIIiCe
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
asrchs24-ILittiasssRsssel It is''he iirst
Nigist" It Newns \\ts I.
Marchsr>ts>-GeraldtStassley to, eS.I,.
A. LectureC. Universiy 11,111
Marsshis 6-Millhisa-AlCC- It .51M-I-s as
Aisril s-I~laShol -s' ICilI prsesi
I)..ttr Ktusss, NI-Is 51 its C Thea-
Aisrilt s Irif. ,C.... A. Novs - oLectres
Ili NessLICeiisi ustruilin..
XAilsil 4--811111 lis Starie IDro11111r Il
tIliUivestl Hll sseeey a-e
ill Lhesisag-reebleIuttg lareofthebI o}
tigthts. there is aso tltly1111 1excuse
-fssr ttsia11111oyan5ce and thto~se ill rg
shldt seeItht It IS i 11 010t ehetdaan
bu Sltho1ehostIIiIthe the Clowr flor '
woustl t be tot. tl 110551'th robe.1111 o
tlecture toIIaigCCeatCI dtegre.
Anothers~ sttggI stliivll. II m1ighwl
b1 adoptge11111'by thel 1511'lllt I ls o te
grasl, no:t 11mu1 ch ." 5rtsan a pII itl
cIardI 'l111l11115wo ul 't r etll-' i rely 5 1-tsi
fictllo lltl~s 1111 Islt5 111 1115with1th:
ife t el' ll ls I 1 (f111 0 15 ln t II i..- Il
Th 1atono1t11 1('1o: he5ll
lit cllai n All 1111 lrlnl t he i r s. o t he~ I

igii, but itinssade for a 11111Ccfriessdly
feelissg setwseess the msess and thse womsens.
'Tie contsemps~t for co-edsucation its
wich 1s1o011e stusdents salle pride in snains
taininIg is as senseless as is is -unjust and
hollders IIf is should bse remnsded thsat
the~re are other issstitutlios wshere the
conitiosil m sighstIbe usore In their likissg.
Co:-edsusatioss at M61ichigass is a fact assd
thecre is esvery reasossnlshyItse best of
feelin~g 11111co-olperations ssouslsdexist
b~etweess the 15511sexes Isere. Thse sas-
cine diision11of Ithe junsior lit class hsas
takess as decisisve step iss this sdirectioss
'1111 thse co~rdil spirit swithswhsicl hI'hir
elfort hse eenlreceisvI'l 1155thselpart If
thse girls cannost tbtlmal~ke for Ia helter
class spirit asssl therefore a setter ussi-
v'ersity spirit. Thse tisse hsncomssewseni
melmber~osip ill the samse suniversity
shou511 ldlean som.ssethsingfill the way If
afrastersnatl1511111asssdsw'hens shatltimse
wil Ce siel sselessttI.tl ssislss
IIA~iB ittNNI;N ICOMING.55~ttC
T111' many5 ls-erssof lhansd-bsallisntsis
unliv'ersity' witltbe gladlit1.1hear thatlttheir
rcIenst clamorsorIII aItousrnsamnt hals
been1 grante ld. Thse tousrnsamenstn-ill be
held1afters'prIinge svac'ation1 bttalt ess-
trieoIisl lust ein belforeCCthat timse. Reesse
UItz1a11iCk il-s' do112ihe chooIIsisng of
iilnCers and111is 111111selectissg tse prizes
for5s. the istsec11114a11(1thsissd plalels n
ill( .tiitll's 11111 sisnglgs. Thse list, whlichs
hsas atI 11Cesentllaboult twety Isesstries, is
Imlstedlb1. 1111'cousrts liltlshe gyssnsasisus.
EorneCx1t' Ur"idlayafternio0111t1111Pres-
01115 h1a1 succeededl isn otaininlg Dr.
\lt.i o I sako.vics of Nen' York. Dr.
Iakoic s is thse headl of thse Synleulr
Scies. i lie I,abt~I iS 111 Moslicetlo, N.
Y., and1is tousgly versed in the stub-
jel o.florgansioclshessistry. The lectusre
an demnstrals5Ition hesre, wsill he ots
"Syt1 ti Per1I U fussses 1and1lavIXors," antI
will5111e1iClaItothe .osse recenstlylde-
1l1111ed It 5.CtluiaIUssisversity. The
meeting w Isill Ibe held in oii t111 o 111f
thel newcemica l~IllSs abolrato~ry and11 will
be open to1. 1511111 interestedI insthe
former1PCesident 11i111 I f IHaurvard
speak a1s Isollo1ws conceni'n511g Itse Inoli-
''s Itsesemssto11IeI perfectly 1obviouss
gen 111111'nIland tempsler of political It-
tilon, stle Ceaislol bein~g that a prlongl5ed
educa~ltionl.as a rssle, incseucs thse Cc-
cip11112111 Sseoflh111111r, senlse(If psiblic
dusty and d esire to. bet-sersviceable."
EASTER ESALE.
Ans Iaster 111 sal ill be 111e11 115-thse
1aIsof St. Ansdrewns Chssrchs, Satur-
day., Marchs 26, in IHIXItiEII LL. 1111
11:1 If teCr1inI. in. Lussschsserved t-
and1 1novel'ties swilt be ssold. Thse Utility
1t11.10a featureC. -22-123-I24.

TRACK MEN WILL
HAfVE HARD BATTLE.
(Continued irem Page i-)
nnll sprinter, holds the indoor record
at the Ithaca gymnlasium for thse 40-
yard dash. He negotiated that distance
last Saturday iln :04 2-5 atsd frons that-
it is evidenstsisal Reek and Homner will
have to hurry to be first across the
tape. Digit is equalls good osver thse-
tail sticks but it seenss unlikely that
he will he ailie to wist frots Craig ill
thsat evenst.
Michsigat shsiould, with Reck, wits the
440-yard dash. If Leger is alsosaisle
to cotmpete it seesms almost a certansty
that tse Wolverinses will be victors iss
thsat eet.L As a whole Michsigats ap-
pears to save the minre evenily balassced
teatm bsst till Ithacassttay spring a big
surpirise antd take sotue of the evets
whc hsetIave beett cotsceded to Michsigans.
Thse seats for thse track smeet wett
rapidly intshie first days sale es-eni
thsistghs nole bttmetnbers of the oAtIs-
letic AXssociations were allowed tol pur-
chsase tickets. Today' the seats wilt be
pust o11 sale tso the gesseral ptiblic ansd is
is thou~sghit tha~t thte best weitli e gonse 115
tom55.Cors' ighst.
SCunOiiMsAScIS 121.B0TO0MtET.
Begissnisig'leat Wednlesda~y and con-51
tinisng for three slays, the State
Sellsooltsasters' cl11u1 will bse its cotifer-
esice its this city.- It ill consist of
sechsolmasters frios Michsigan, Ohio,
IditaaIllissois atns Wisconssits, who~ get
together fosr thse psirposse if stusdyinsg
the variossmethsods atid catmpaigni syn-
teums.
Conferncs are to lbe held 511 the
vaious5I1 buildings on tile casmpsilsi the
tifferetit sutbjects. .A11 stusdetnts canatsI-
tensd these cotiferetnces by getting tick-
ets free of charge in the Alumsni roomis.
Mr. IL. Jocelyn, who is secretary and
treasurer iof the associatiots, is in charge.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
All stiidetst organizations mutst cots-
sult the Contititee on Non-Athsletic
Organinatiotss at 11e office of thse Coil-
wsiee isnUniv-ersity Halt before ar-
rangisig da~tes for pubslic entertaintuents
of anty kitsd. The Cotmtittee is keepisig
a ealesndar stll records of all dates
decidedIuponi1atid obvsiously thios 'wttl1be
ats Iattage to all coticernsest Organi
zatisons failin~g to comsply tmay se Ce-
quired to chantge dates or to give up
altogethser thse etntertaitntmetnts which
has-n been plasised.
fly actin of the Comssmittee.
(Sigtned)

i

t20-12t- 122.

ALFRED H . LLOYDv,
Chairmiaj

TRACK
If yo wsould sls'ss in z l5 (ufn
c-ill on us tot yous
Track Supplies
We eat-ry anything 5sosusmay
need fromns a ir ofniChamois
Pushers worth 25c to 5116 Pound
Shot worth $1.75. orIa ir ICof
Spike Shoes
W5ORTHb
$45.00

gyn.

CANO)ES!I
For plarticulars conceernsing Isidiass
Girl Catnoes write H. K. Kusgel, 428
Halusitotn Place. 119-127.

WAHlR'S
University Bookstore
LYNDON
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.

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Pictures
Kodaks
Photo Supplies
Developing
Printing
Enlarging

The largest line Pen=
nants and Banners
and Lowest Prices.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
Gouis, iFishig'Cant-lr oidlA til, iitiilt
Isey 15fiu- lip;a seiasty
E. Liberty St. Ann Arbor, Michigan
R. E. JOLLY'S
308 S. STATE STREET
Lunches, Tobbacco, Cigars and
Cigarettes.
5,151 5snt line. istlithe1Ci50
Agentts tor B-11.5. vsryslndrnt nsslit
tol hasve a
BrB B P IPIE
Today

tnivcrsi 3fNusic 'iHOtkSe
PRESS BUILDING. MAYNARD ST. Net dasseto University School of Masie.
The New i-Hop Numbers
"IF WISHES WERE HORSES "

Anl in'

" THE LAST WALTZ"
1 the New Song
To Go To Ypsilanti "
~h of b ntenduned by the tGltee Club.
t exended to call and hear them.
r:zea-d that ualaier at the

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Good pure materials,
in clean glasses, mixed
so that it tastes good
and is good at our
soda fountain.
E. E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.

eatorium

121 Wasilmgteuto

RANDALL & Pz

Photgraphers

P'hone 598

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