100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 26, 1910 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-26

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

i f kiLy

Spring arnd
Summer
s1910
Our Spring Specials
DESIGNS-Original and Eclusie
COLORINGS-The Newest
FABRICS-Dependable
RESULTS-Pleasing and Harmonious
- IN -
Suitings, Vestings
Trowserings
Now Ready for Your Examination
G. H. Wild Comlpanly
TAILORS
311 S. STATE STREET
CUINTON
The "S LIPEASY"
BUTTON HOLE MAKES THE
BARKER BRAND
"CLIN0TON"t
BUTTON EASILY Ai SIT PERFECTLY
MADE OF LINEN. BARCO SHRUNK
REGULAR AND QUARTER SIZES
150 2 for 255
WLIBARKER 02 MAKERS.
Sold tn Ann Arbor by
WAGNER & CO.
State Street
A. G.SPALDING & BROS.
are he largest mnu
TheSplding factoerrsin theword
Trsde-M~ark of OFFICIALE QUIP-
MNT,orllathletic
.M PyDIHDQ pors nd psime.
1 0p If yuare interecst-
8' ed in Ahtetic Sport
- * you hould tove a cops
IN Gt of the Spaldin Ca-
1NU aogeeIt's a completc
encyclopedia o
isrkown throughout Weiofwi pr
the world as a WhtsNwiSpr
Gaee.eaeeaiso of anti is ent free en c-
Qu~aity. qust.
A. CG. SPALDINO in .BROS.
Chioeado Dteot
Base Ball
Goods
Noew that the season is hrn you
will need a suppy of
Bse Bali Goods
Mitts, 25C to $8.00
Gloves, 25c to $3.00

Golf Goods
We are 1thwstole agents fee
Crawford McGregor
GolClubs, Col Bags
Balls and Supplies
Sheehan & Co.
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Editor
Ci. srtocC .ELRIGE.
Business Managr
CARL H. 0. AAM.
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bdg.,
Maynard Street
Office Bers: Managng Editor, 8-uI
p. m. Business Manager, 1-2, 7-8 p. m.
Except Sunday. Bth phones.
EITOS.
News ................. Lee A Whie
Assistant ..............BHarold Tiuss
Athletics........... Wilhur . Elliott
Women ........... Frieda Klisiick
Music an~d Drama.B..Hllis S. Baker
Exchanges............ M. B. McHugh
EDITORIALS.
James K. Watkins Morrison Shafroth
Charles Good G. S. Lasher
Johnt T. Kenny
ASOCIATE EDITORS.
Waler K. Towers Harry Z. Fol
Dion Birney . A. Hickey.
Arthur B. Moeklman Wad Oliver
Fred Lawtlon Harry G. Myser
Franik Rowell Charles HI. Mylader
Morris Houser Mi. Mack Ryans
A. J. Wohgenmuth Murc T. Toltec
Fratnk Peinnell Fratnk XW. Mulrhly
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A.,orvisan Nrtuab H ill
Walter Q. Wilgus Myer Ruit
Kennthl Oskortn Nrman Wittet
SATURDAY, 7lIANII 26, 1ioto.
Editor Todov-Htnx S. EtoxtY.
\leather; Fair iandicolde:r toigh.
UNIVERSITY CALEFND)AR.
Mavels2(G--Mivigii-Cornel t l cti at
.larch 3-1revitlEngineers dani ati t
Grtangers '-iiuctis.
April i---Di:ivvtii-r etIilli pesetis
Ire.
Api 1---P lrof . Wiel'.. Ntiy(',..Lituri-
ini NewuCheiryb iuiling.
Atpril 2-NNt 11111 sLil aguelvbanquei t.
LAWS MUST NI)T ATTEND
Q11/ES (ItUOFF lll?,1 F )'v\N.
tr snicilltlt itelaw 11 qilc iii have
beenittedingetrltiersciosat
tour. Aslii's rmis lisiti t aticti-
pate1 the qtisoflill eil professor, andii
gives Cvthm ian undueavatgi oe
the rcstioi the classthrisaton
feelinig lamtling ttithe auth imemitls r
agaist it. This tpratvive. of atteding
treviousv sevciiiniidoeisinotitit-%ailt iniall
thei colicss utIis ottlcommliitolly r-
viortedilto ini Conitraicts aiwl RealProp
erti.
At a recntlass sessi-vio, lProf. Jiltn
Root sid, rgarinig i i thi mdeoles- c
stil prepasratliio, "Iors omti ht 1have1

ititieditudnitstviviiig lavv setios
as1a pirepratlioniifiii ttlitrillwnireciitatlioni
at ai laterhr-ti. Nutw, youi peopili-isiy
tilt bei at-an' iofit, hut thereCi iisafcutly
rutlinig tatl 10i t udenvlilii tt iii, lv~ini1
int Itat vsubject. ITliiirefiire tlthitis
ocvlvi 111ii lf irttitg yoiiiof liie-riei
Th'eirtlu ig shuot atetnittone11but
ntt li iticrilcin irviceitScars levy
stiuienits verve assaivy thatt it existed.
Prevetlvtcitions, however, drmntd its
enfiircemienit anic the faculty imopose In
dosotrikidllv

.

CORNI'Lt. PROM ISE{S V)
TEST 1\ICIIlGAN'S BIt.t
(Continued frow Page 1.)
himself to bevt Flack wvho tas hero
dtoig well over tt feet.
'Phi prospects of a close inert marked
liy manty excitingconotests tave usade
the attletic association nffice wvhere
scats tire beitig sold a busy place. The
big stantds are beitigpitt ini place son
iht li 01 spectattirs cati he accoitoilated.
Seaits itay be securedl at the office tn-
day antu at the useet this eventitig. The
ueter will cotmmntce at 8 o'clock sharp
as the Coritell attltetisrust cateci the
t iso'locki troit for the east.
No ethussiast istakiig timitre lively
interest inth ie nwirk of the track teamo
thatni Getieral Heath. He comes to the
gintiasititlifrequtentlto Iwsatch anid en-
coutrage the men. fieI has offered a
lizue-to live .llictigan mrati vwho scores
the greatest numbioler of poinits intthie
three fititl indoottr imieels tof which tn-
tight's cointest is 1ke last The prize
is to be a itlevwhiist ioardt
Sevcrttl out of lossni lien have again:
beeni vecuiredi toioffiitte as umost of the
eventts wvill requiire unibiaseid and ex-
tirriencedt jutiges to tick the winnter.
'iTe fltlows igvwill tifficittle :Referee,
J. C. lodge, H. .A. C. ; skirter, J. A. Col-
lists, H. A. C.; antnouticer, Jamites 'sat-
kins; cterkaof coutrsr, Sidi Milatrd; as-
sistatit clerks, Btoyntont, Kreis, Kntiskern;
iraick judiges, C. L. Brewver, M. A. C.,
Holbrook, Lelatid Stantford, W. P. Wer-
tier, Purdue; fueld jilges, W. C. Johnt-
sitn, tD.A. C., U. A. Dresler, 0. A. C.,
IHethi; scorers, IHastinigs, Corniell, El-
itt, Allerdtice, liritieati, Edmntds;
timers, bMoakley, Cornell, Dr, May, Ei-
idriidge, EBundschut.
BtRIDGiE WHIIST COuMPETITORS
TO) tE TREATED TO SUPPER.
'helirnattls of the Cinioti briidge tourtna-
mt wil libeieltd text Monditeay tight,
and11 siitlibetprecededi iv ta sttiter fur till
iwhti aire takinigplit in the tourtnament.
'The suppeir is to: le at six i'clock aiti
thir unioni proissitisisvery test.
'Tie Unustoiontangi-met tis veyen wsol
ple-assed withi thueitessttta tis tell
tatkensun Ike tturnamtiiI.'l'wenity-eighit
tility interi-it atudtt-cloiseiness tif the
ci litiv tis lke-tthliie ite tat a high
vst11111 ] u,s vi sI iiiAi: 'i-UNInN.
h ighly thint ttutee the seiitr eni-
11eer siuitper wich wants held it the
Uno tu latsitnight. louts bMtcver actedt
as toistmaiitstrr. Professors Itirdi,Elicit
aiti Nsski idelive reid ttasts. Prtfessor
k2it-l stiote ipion Thle 'Trioules if ati
FnineitrrA6fter UGraduitiotiin," white Pro-
fesvior Non ski gstvr'aitotiito i"The
ients, m-'' (Kivsern, lossetitir andi
laai-tutu1'i:ii ivresponded to tbasis.

-nor ' __-" ° - -reriiiWi +idiYrru. .eueWrMSV
4

Rim*
7

Si L. A, OFFFES WILL BE
NOMINATIED THIS MORNING.
Nominations for offices of Ike Stu-
dents' Leecture Association n-ill he made
at a meetitig of students to ke keld ini
roos A, Cniversity Hall, at zio'clocki
this Inorning. During the iast few edays
several cantdidates with their tickets have
keeti privately doing a little wvork, antI
these ittli e sprung this morning.
Nomvinations wili be made for presidetnt,
vice-presidet, reecording secretary, and
for six truttseeships. The election of
officers wilt occur niext Saturday, April
NO 1XTUevoocSUNDAY AT Y. M. C. A.
There wilt he inoliceture Sutiday niightl
at the V. M. C. A. This is dite to the
fact that the chvurchso have united for
Easter services atid the association swishi-
es to aid the movenvent as tmely as tins-
sikle.
ALBERT H-. WALKER WILL
ADDRESS LAW SOCIETIES.
Albvert IH. Walker of New York City,'
who is dleliveritig a series of lectitres
in Ike tiw sdepartmntt on patet law
will dieliver att address before the Web-
ster atid Jeffersoiint societies tontighit
at 8 o'clsock its Wekster Halt. Mr.
Walker is a getlematn of great per-
sonaiity aodionor of wide experience ini
the practice of the law. He wilt take
as his subject some question of itnterest
In the iaswyer. The student body and
particularly alt taws are ittvited to
attetnc.
Gettemett:-XWe have the best atnd
most complete linte of oxfords, this
sprinig, tihat we have ever shownt. If
yott watthIetnobbiest, best fitttng, lotng-
est wearitng oxfords for the least monsey,
yot owe it to yourself to come in and
took thetm over. Notice particuiarly that
we htasent advanced prices this seas-
ont-onlty $4.00 atid $5.00 per pair.
PURPIELD'S,
124-14T. No. Itq Mait Street.
DON'T REAl) TIllS-Unless you
is tlt t work ott ttgoioilsaiarystutritng
suutmmervatitoni.
If itnterested rail at Goib E. Wiliamis.
iFronttrotos ; tti stairs. 124.
EASTER GlUTS.
The tnewsest tandi choicest of tiovelties.
Also the best Pensnaits. Prices right at
THE PALAIS ROYAL,
If. 201) C. Libserty Street.
Geistleitiest--blase ynotseeit the ties
pitre silthoItse-with littetnheels andi
toes-itt four cors-for otnly 5o cents
tier pair at PURFIELD'S SHOE
STORE,, No. j1g MatttSt? Belter ihave
a looki. 124-141.

I

.,

_..

If yost wold shuwz ts. euveinst.
call on us for your
Track Supplies
We carry anything yout tmay
need fro a pair' of Chamois
Pushers worth 25c to a 16 Pound
Shot worth $1.75, o a pir of
Spike Shoes
'WORTOI
$500
WAH RD'S
University Bookstore
LY NDO N
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
Pictures
Kodaks
Photo Supplies
Developing
Printing
Enlarging
The largest line Pen=
nants and Banners
and Lowest Prices.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS'
k Iey flling a speciaty
ELbrtysSi. Ann Arbor Mchian
Rn E. JOLLY'S
508 S. STATE STREET
Lunches, Tobbacco, Cigars and
Cigarettes
Largs ie b c i ty
AgentstoeHB-H-B.Is ystudii tot
to laue
B-13-B PIPE
[Today

Good pure materials,
in clean glasses mixed
so that it tastes good
and is good at our
soda fountain.
E. E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S9. State St.

'ufniverst' Dbusc I "u e
PRESS BUILDING. MAYNARD ST. NexI dooto ;, tf Music.
The New i-Hop s

"IF WISHESW
Also the New
"I'm Going To GoT
Whiech will he introduced by
An invitation is extended to cl
You Vii
Have your hoard that o
Theatori'

121 WashintenetL

RNDA4iL & PACK, Phot

)hers

IPhoue 598

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan