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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sprillg, 1906
iOUR STORY
Attractive Styles
New Colorings
IMEN'S W[AR
L argest Line of Woolens
Shown, all at
POPULARI PRIC[S
Full Dress Suits a Specialty
at
AG. H. Wild Co.
Leading
M1"ERCHANT TAILORS
9~311 S. State St
NEW AND SECOND=~
HAND
Sext Books
F or All Departments
at
Sheehan &Co's
Students' Bookstore
LOWEST PRICES
Prev ail Here
No llernhership Fee
to pay
Money Loaned
O Watches, Diamonds or other
personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Ofica at residence 031iE. Liberty St
Ace Arbor.
flous: to ta:30la. m. i1tao 30and Ie
a p. i.
JOSEPH C. WATTS

THEIFMICIG~AN DAILY.: cruel. This lie of roaoning lraven!

I Firerd a sent clasmt tter at tie An
rAbr Ptsteliore.
tPablised daily t(indaysecetd dring
r tie cnllege year, at 117 iEast Wasingan
r street. BItlchoprne t89, hinme phne 76.
r Managing Editor. CLYDE L. DEW t
rBusiness Manager. WALTER R. HANS
r EDITOS.l
y Athletcre ........Carene E. Fldidge
INews............ Luis . Stinkay
itEcne ..........Cares . Winstead
fbui.ri ........... A. H. Ortaeer
r Woenr.......... . e . Arstrag
r EDITORIAL STAFF.
YiHngb AAlnt Frakia C. Park
Artbur C. Pnad.1
ASSOCIATES.
r oege A. Osbr tHarld C. Smith
rFeris N Smitha Genrge A. ares
iRoert1I1. Cany yank J. Clark
tienry F. Shltaie iHenry A. Mngmery
r . F. Steenon bWate Meteaum
~rrlruntDtBradey lairs 1 Wre
t oy V. Lultli Faydi11. Jesre
rRATES:t$2.5a per year. or $.aa it paid in
r adace.
YAddress: WALTER R. HAS' Rsiness
rManager. 23 S. 12h S. Phone 849 L.
V INIISIIAY. EGIRUARY T4. 190,.
Editr Tday-ROBERT H. CLANCY
CALENDAR
lilt.14-J. S. Girrckel, presiet of tie
:satinaltiNesos'rassociain ati
Newberry all, 6:45.
,leeiing of bordrr of regens.
lilt,15-Chopin recital by Albert Lock-
noon. Friee hall. 4:30 . i.
ito ySocial elibdance, Granger's
tcderrmy.
Fibif6-Keystore curl dance, Granges
Feit 17- CnrceriIby Girls' Glee Ciu,
Sarah Caswell Aigell hal, S p. in.
Felt 24-"siacbeil" ard"The Merchant
f Venice," by Bet Greet company.
in tUiversiy all latirie aid
nigiti erfoemances.
tinnco'' ittm' oricorplesttinsork.
ith plclrsenti.Anralsurndareeof cons
is beitnrg disriurted about the arps.
Streey there mritabie sometirggood
at iiiitl. 'Consr" tenek hardship it
pariclra set, inn le general resl
is beeicittl. If ties'cotiue to e di-
trrredi t he preseti rate, the posses-
in f tt .i1higan dilomra will entitle
aiatoti iigreat respect ard considera-
tin. fieprobilern of efficiently proi-,
ti re Stetievast rnurmbiertf stderts
who rcint.ine torpour ito Ann Abr
tirasriusoe. It is only lie ptiroft
t ritto "con"tItout lie poorer ieee
tn ire tie sroger ones the opor-
tuityiofiicliseretouch witfalty ardri
facilities. 'lieuiriersiy's repitation rist
icreasedmo rer be a doen gio ernt
taitihunriiedelpior. nes.
tirecrrs ethisrr r osoaint temnwoistdrppiedut tie tess 1
ofl liii otrsidelewcrredraree evert Imoref
igru n li,)a., h rggefeenceeis stll rirore fierce andc

f cnrsiderationitr he1tclints of aciiy
r'trrigdotsirelie cass-roo.rtii. li
ir, iip ie pist istdrent.:" rave tri t ,o
watr' outsire iteress-irolitiics clubs,
athletics. ardltie like, The trainig ad
tire' lesstors whiheirtese orrside atiitties
incurlcae nity e erent rnore -alitlle
taintre of le la-roomri. ODire leis
tres teipleasanti rmemoiries of careise
das; f sudyithat wsatpleasuer'.anti
pleraruree that taught a lesson- all cwit-
ouri tirse .reintendeerre of tie factyl.
Buii just rowthiefaculty watsrrosnteir
mrser direcly into te life of the sirreleit.
Wha ititshall it iroli 10 ialc new re.
tard deiseinew envrironmiettfor at
les, if we reet Iae io atlets itr
11,1.1NOISI iL ESTABLI'S1H
A RAI,WAVY SCHOOLDI
PreesidentrrJamtes,ofthre Univrlssit' of
lliriirs.liternnutotrcedi thatlastess
schrooli ofrailwaycigireering atriad
minristiraiottwil e oered for tenrs t
Illinoris ini Sepenmber. Tis is tireflst
schoiol of its kind ini te wortd. Iitwill
havethr iree tdeptrtents, itededeto i
coerteiieentire rainge ofraitlwasy stok.
Thesc till icludelaepinarmrent for lie
study f irolems f costrctiorr tnd
mraintenartnree f twty, rtdeiarterrifor
te sbljeet of ipoweertnd its apiliatrrion,
tan ali 'thatis iclrdet inii mecantticl
rideletal engieeriig tas aplliei to
etailwayroirnblems. rTrhere cwiii alo be
eideptetriwhereirt problens nofler-
atioir of trgtanizatiorn, of financirg, rte
rmsing tartt-eerythinirg which has to dir
iswithsticiral fortionrrratndlrirange-
mento a'netilcway ecompiany' sill ie
A *defeert romtseili faclie ts
e--"ic slretior in lie varioustdeartr-
'ctrprominent 'riwa officials till
-m seial courrses ii order 1o ertpia-
liet stdents tlie vatite anrithelirla-
iti frt tlts ofilie cerr'ieulurm.
SEN 11)1 1,11S TDO HGSHOT PT)1DAY
'ihat thie senior yere is ee for lie
1900ircls is very apiparet. Tie ar
one.ciartand gowen hairmnetare bursy
noiing coitractrs tie' serior ariirtl is
bet igipushed to concusion,the rool men
tre srmokingtheir senior pipes. Tdtay
at noonrthlie senior lilstill gather at
tire ltis brenhopostte south wing
o1' 'iapprrnrhall foe he senior heen
piietree. liii senior girls are sowirg
trnerpririse by' rmakirg arragmetsi'
1o ase it sirilar class pictre taken
tomrrowernoort onstrrhe seps of Basrbourn
gyrnrltsitnrr.
Phe Chicago Maroon has conicreito
lire linmeighti in ta receni setil hrutg
it stuvocting a loering of dance rattes.
"Sisireird tie dancirg garlicuireil the
rece is ot.ered. The pie of admission
1o fooball gamres a been loered-
wchiy'ca'l tie uniersity faclties gte
togethrer i anothrier cortferertce and ciii
dowrsthle experse lists foe tie tnnal
prrm" Apparenilie copy secred
frlenirg football tagiaiortis rnrrwvget-
tinrg sarcee.oothereerefonms ree in
order.

FANCLT'iY NOTIC.S.
Latirn--.'.trse Bir 'igil eed
Hookis I iro V'1I.is pen t irt' stintw
base rakseriCortse . arrd 1tillltee
weho hace offereid rirero rtiehireej
tlliit of Latiirrforeuerlartee.pritetdi
thrat Virgil tar otinlueidi. 'Tse
wishinirg t'onstarie raboutr thinrsitoure's
itiay fri] ein Ro omr :1 , 2 tir3.
excepltin irtlay'. 3 First irtetitg f
ike classtill Weelrestity, Frersee r4
at . This eourre W till ntlhie gis's it
ear.iHenreeA. artier.
'PT'erommtttee tn Ca srta Ioare, till
mteveerydaty (flie feirst eeks iiithe
secoird sermesrei. 'itRm IS. Uivrlseeity
ral, frrm4 :30 Irs 5 :0p. nt. tocoid
tire appiliationrs of sudiertsrisingtirex-c
ra hourrs. Strheapictions tlieitbe
rradie in peresonrduringithg lir est eirkof
tire semresee. Before litaig isi lie
sorral applicieonirrthre'stdiiirmusi trtaii
fromrttire regitlrae lie cusomryaey plsi-i
cohiort blarik.arte,.afte flliig it out
moust deiosi iin ile.tire'gstrar's sliiit
oin rileelonreofRoomrnA. T hisn t the ii
done a.1lei't sl inst.ris ieforeerstee
apiplieationitlethlie cemintntee Tils.rtile
dries mnottpply'to irtelvear stents,
whoinmtit s urmituilir choieeof tud
10t ir t e nmmnttilee orn electots.
Onm Feirr'rie7 t'inmenrtnilen rgini
ecrirug laotoiry ofn' thIn~e' n ir'sits o
lYenrnsls 'iurtiastirsti'sr'rndyet islie. T'I
bunilinngco'tatind lthe' tynamo its wich i
frnerishedlmotoftheii liv ~~ eesits lll
inigs with.light,. 'nti tie tlehotine e-
ecianuge. I.i'lita letothleh1os tnts 'tintI ri
of lir eiiparn'Iutt Iitere' sedtilt11
mu thndntagedi ins lie'1a tie.
flue N\'nnnmen.a1lhainirg clin t iiat'
ifos rniitus1eieedl thhl nnin isn't ft.'
re'gtuta un. 'Ntninr's hbithdayi.
C01.i,rGISGIRlS'
ClASS IN DA.NCIG.
Cnleg' 'un high. shooitl gils wiit;
toinn trillaits i.n dninerg wiliactrit
Grngu'r's Actdemiy' Saurdin ay'afterteoon
ath 4 ercilsk; $ to l nit All. Nil dr
tre ntwernnenfur.'secorinI stntret U
1LOST1'-Inn ROOMu 40rr late 1:1'' 1 Ii
esnerse.t io f ltdraw rg nruets
Findere llireceiee'r'encanrly'eeurinig
in 4r5 S. iTw'elfttntventie. 9n-4
Iav 1ts-0n1 .n ,m utt utlt int so 'e stir'rt
maungzneuwulrractetnif ilsrrd
I shaintuiisraeueit'ntilsartee'pii'its l
withiry'oun. Ohlande, Cituwesun'ourit.t l3
''IIIA'PRI EXFC'RSION
To DI ecri, Friday, Feb.th. T'hen.
leaves'.\iehigent Centraetldeportiat 6:45
i. inn: etnnrirg. notaues IDerninth at 11:31i
p. nm. Rounnd trill fare 8o cets. NAttrac
thon atiDetroit Opera Houtise, "'lieNVi-
ginianl" IOrdee triune tikets iatnon'
ferunJ. IE. Reiige. boul. hnes 95
334 SouthnirStu.' stret u92-95
LATIN 'PEACHIIFRf \\'NT''lDl-.
College upreptwork n in nys' ataeml'ry.
Begin Sarceht I: $7 lto lroo ur'mouth.ni
anduiihonme': increasenex it wrntft't stid
cessfn. IB. F. Cl, 7 1.'Ni. lnren
street, Chicago. n-24

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Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
Jerome K. Jerome
IChas. Battell Loomis - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Riis - - Jan. 16
F. Hopkinson Smith - ___
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Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pres. Alderman Ts -lar. -
SOUSA'S BAND - - Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers May 2
Oratorical Contest
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