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Spring and
Summer
1910
Our Spring Specials
DESIGNS-Original and Eclsie
COLORINGS-The Newest
FABRICS-Dependable
RESULTS-Pleasing and Harmonious
- IN -
Suitings, Vesings
Trowserings
Now Ready for Your Eaminaton
G. I.Wild oupany
TAILORS
311 SO. STATE STREET
CLINTON
Thie'sS LiPEASY"
BUTTON HOLE MAKES THE
BA RKER B. RAND
'C LI N TO.N"
BUTTON EAISILY An SIT PERFECTLY
MADE OF LINEN. BARCO SHRUNK
REULAR AND QUARTER SIZES
150 2for 250~
W"BARKER Co MAKERS.
Sold In Ann Arbor by
WAGNER & CO.
Stae Sret
A. G.SPALaDING .& BROS.
heSplding f are n the wrdargtmna
Th Sp11U ac1
Trade-Marek of OFFICIALE QUIP-
MBNT,loralatletc
UVIO4 sport and patind.
lr 1 I a If yu are interest-
s' ed in Ahlei Sport
t~ t' yosoulshoveea opy
4 lfdN 9 of the Spalin Ct-
- atoue. It's a complete
enylpedial of
is knowen throughout WbtsNwISpr
the world as a WhtsNwiSpr
[Guavaateof anI is sent freesn re-
Quaity. quest.
A. G. SPALDIYG (M BROS.
Cticado Detroit
Base Ball
Goods
N~ow that the season is hero you
will need a suppy of
Lase all Goods
mitts, 25c to $8.00
Gloves, 25c to $3.00

golf Goods
We ae thesoile agentis for
Crawford McGregor
Colf Clubs, Golf Bags~
Balls and Supplies
Sheehan & Co.
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY,
Mounagsssg Editor
Ci,,\sEcchCE . ELoRIDGL.
Bsiines aa iosger
CARL H. 0. ADAM.
Address : MICIG~AN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynsard Strert.
Office Hours: Managing Editor, 8-11
p. m5. BusinresiManager, I-2, 7-8 p. m.
Excrpt Sunday. Both photses.
EDITORS.
Nrws ................. Lrr A While
Assistant.... ......... Harold Tittus
Athlrtics..........XWilbur D. Elliott
Women ........... Frieda Kleinstdck
Music and Dranta...Hollis S. Baker
Exchanges........... M. B. McHugh
EDITORIALiS.
James K. Watkins Morrisont Shafroth
Charles Good G. S. Lasher
Johun T. Kenny
ASOCIATC DIORSi.
Waltrr K. Towers Flurry Z. Folz
Duils Birney D. A. Hinckley
Arthur B. Moehlman W~ade Oliver
Fred Lawton Harry G. Myser
Frank Rowell Charles 1It. Mylander
Morris Houser 1t. Mock Ryan
A. J. Wohlgeomuthi Maurice .,. loulmc
Frank Petiietll CFrasnk W. -Atortils
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. Bowmsan Nortsan H Hill
Walter Q. Wilguts Myer Robisn
Kennteths Osborn Normsan XWitet

idess that 010ltetesltiisaii sasisielttias
beeconcssvertedl ito a coifeitls iaited
evecnt, the miter-fraternity; freslitsiaxs
slaice, it swoutd seem advisable to du's-
continue the ore of the title "soph prom"
iso sdesignsate a'sdanse rgiven by a few,
frateirnities. Cress tissue inicbarge 5sf
the si:-calledt scontthisyeair realizeid
the miiisleadling character of the title,
ishess istisas pretested hr The Michigan
Daily hut as arcrangemnits hadelbeeni
comps letedt, it wias tooelte to smake any
chneinithesna.iisi H 'ere'after, hiss-
sier, is ii sitipilthat the funictioins will
lie givensiue r silegitimiate title an~d
nit lie conifusedi swith any55class evenit.
FI RE SLIGHTLY 0DXMAGES
UNIVERSITY .STORE H-OUSE.
i-irewas idisosveredishortly after sine
i'clsick vesterdlay in the electrical store-
roo io the iniisersity, situiatedl on,
NisrthiUiisersity street, just aicrss
fro theis ewiisCheicasisl buildinsg. The
flmsweeconstisedstothIle attic saitthe
stasisage wiill bts lightL
KMUSIC AND DRAMA
stile mosthier of Craiug Campbtelsll, thei woisi
dlerfuil yiogeno si:r iniIHeniryXX Saiv-
as smiaussive tproducntions of the Viesn-
siese opteretta, "The Losve Cure,"sswhich
isill lie at the 'Newr XX IitisesfTheatre,
itda isev iensisigslrceb 2i, Iris'elestwtir
thtussd ites fromssktchilessai, IB.
F. tosCInississati la1stieek tolitnrisess
thlirsit irifssionalengagement t if ter
boy. sPir toslist XAigust,55yong5Camsp-
sell, ihsess oiueswitlibe a'ieIlaI tion 1o
iiei1 mssis eloiiersiiwis the tenosr ini the
chirsiofiithe Ifamious ILittle Church
XNriintiss he Cornier" iniNew VYork.
Tomoss risiswisarkas the oin~isg of the
reguihii lar sigseasssisstthIle Majestic
thieater a'suinscidlently the cutlrethseatri-
cit isorilidisill revivie fromis the lassitudse
that alwasi prievastilsirinigthe Lenthons
sirnsl ssseMilanaiier isissthur ssiaeef the
unsuaillystongeIrisgramsefor the first
thirdas iof this iseek sopiseningsith
the iussuitlHMondaliinight lierfosrmiassces.
Fiv ,ats-,ac inthe staricelaislsshae
ieensarells- seleeteid fors'thse occsion
andi thei~iii show ibe isie: ofiteivryi
hest ofii theseaiison.l Harry Joslisn,thue
opraic liesfeiesiomedians, fisrsierly
fets e wtsi iithi Dleckstaiitr' s Minstrels,
isill hei onisofItse big sattractionis sassd
the MlusiselI ssslsssssswilltisake astronig
idsiorIfsver.lTherest if the ill wsill
Z iii linbexec t(s(]. Aninnovsiisation
wsill bie iiroduesisdsI st 1155'slitstisee's this
iweei. lvery- manis, iswosmsnssandiitchild
islii attenssiswsill lie lpresentedlswitha
smaisll isisosit]lroos snlst chocoilistssi
aspiecial Fastriiriii lirsiie s'frosmssthe
Alasjestis' imanageme'nts's .

PR1 ,t_"NI' h9 0OFILL,
P0 tLVt(AL SCIENE CHI.
Acting president Harvey B. Hutchins
has left for Nen York, Boston ai~tl
ether eastern points in search of a mant
to heroine professor of Political Science
in the departmeit of lit, sciec and the
arts.
This vacanicy has existed slince Pro-
lessor Fairlie left anidi February the
hoard of regensts authorized a Professor
of Political Scence to be appinfted but
as yet iso one has defisitely heens selected
for the position. The professorship will
iniclude jurisdiction over several other
subjects biesides those unuder the speci-
fied head of Governmenst in the cata-
logue.
HARKEN
Mister mais toss inhe of argusisnt that
teases iso ssost-hosles-iso chaise for si
get away.
flint argumnts is essostaisiedtitn the
mterchsandiocsewe sell.
A test is bsest.
HENRY & CO.
Tailoirs, IHabeirdasshers assd Halters.
Lots of people
never worry about style,
Just buy
FOWNES
GLOVES i
and hit it right.
Genitlemsens:-We have the best andi
tmosst cossplete hine of oxfords, this
stiritig, that ste have ever showns. If
you iwaist the tiobbiecst, best fitting, long-
est werinitg oxfords for the least money,
sit sine it iii yourself to come in and
slots themt over. Noutice pairticttlarly that
swe listsecnot advisanced prices this seas-
onoly $4.00 andst$5.00 tier paiir.
PURFIELDUS,
124-54T. No. IipMaiStreet.
EASTER GIFTS.
Thei nrwest asid csoicest of tnovelties.
Also, the tsciPennansts . tries right sit
TPHEXPALIS ROYAL,
t f. 20g E. Liberty Street.
Hotel Whitney
The heat place in the City
to dine
Service A Ea Carte
Sunday Dinners a Specialty
T. C. CAPEN, Mgr.

t .yc,..±A. w~.aw ecar., a'wwdf y u woule sl i nei o~ is I
call on us fotryout
Track Supplies
We catty anything yous tiny
need irons a pair of Chamois
Pushers worth 25c Loss 16 Pound
Shot worth $1.75, or a pair of
Spike Shoes
$5.00
WA H R'S

I University Bookstore I
C. [. OARIIILL
BOOKS

4

SF'NIJ.XY, MXICIIf 21, 1910.
Edfitoir 'fdav l1ssisis 1. Fossz.
"Xc s'siissr : Sh155555 sis: Itsv
UNIVERSITY CAXLENDAR.
Matrchi3t-Frss C iou ccs sluice at
Granigr's Xc,: 1is.
XApril it Ia)'ssssir Veres'in iryscsits
"Iotisisr Ilatsi," Ns\X'Whitnsey' lics-
ire.
AXprilt I-Prsif. Ai:.X. Ni:ccsetusres
ini Ni's h.lsicriiiliit ssilsilisn
A ti ''1 2 lA p05's Lci'55g555' tiaisist.
AXpril 4-SustiliUtit ~ Ii innersst' i
staff trill IbeIihfd sit r: 1 1 0Y it its: t
,1ll msembstmust 1be Iss:'
D. A. KILLINS
HARD WAREi
STORE
RE~ACH
Baseball Goods, Roller
Skates, and Rifles.
PHONES
Sell Phone 1610 Home 212 Blue

r

HELLO!
Yes this is He.
No I won't be around
to get a suit made this
Spring.
I bought a Clever
Clothes Suit at Wad-
hams & Co. last fall
and am going back.
It cured me of Tailor-
ites.
Spring Hats and Caps. Always
the right thing at the right time.
Wadhams & Co.

I

Lawe
Medical
Dental
Largest Stock ill Michigant
Second-Hland Law Books
Law avid Medical Dictioniaries
Quiz Books etc.
Complete line Nesw andSIec-
Gond-'hantd.
Old hooks takellill Exchtange
C. E. BARTHELL,
326 S. TATE STREET
Second Floor Tel. 761
Get your MICHIGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
HALLER'S
FineWatch aod Jewelers IReparini
HALLEJR'S J[WU.IERY STORE
216 Sou.tho MaiSt.
Today
Good pure materials,
in clean glasses mixed
so that it tastes good
and is good at our
soda fountain.
E. E. CA I Druggist

121 WashIngtOO to

RANDALL & PA CK, Photographers

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