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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

fSpring, 1906
O OUR STORY
SAttractive Styles
New Colorings
Largest Line of Woolens
Shown, all at
POPULIAR PRICEIS
FuGrll Dress Suits a Specialty
at
G. H. Wild Co-
ftLeading,
M VERCHANT TAILORS
d 311 S. State St
gots . e .
mitts
The Newest Models
The Best Materials
The Dependable Con-
strutction which char-
acterizes all of Spald-
ing's goods,
ALt L THE1 iASP. A SU1PIES
Al -
Sheha &Co's
iStudents' B okstore

THlE JMIiCHIGAIN DIAILY. Item hias ies tof inecstimabtleiclueticto
Eatered as secoiidtclassatteai t Hhit Annsiimindaigainilthe dcibtof gcatiituieilue lt
Acriac Postoffice. Liibraian Kotch. lic iii-irg jilb11ed
W~iith heidca thai itiookswerec illthe
Puiblittid adnity ititandayn excepted) duriig ibarry to tic rcaii, hei has gonic to tile
the cottege yiac, at 117 EtasitXWaahinigtsn
alcoet. Beit pliant tg.Ronime phas 7e cslctrc Of siscig thei rcgciis to pui
tiic..itic wece thec-ccouiid ticrcachedil by
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW thiticadelcits. This iwas Itt startling coit-
Boetlness Manager. WALTER R. HANS trcot to thceiioiicy tiat iiad previouisly
-- - icccre iidanii causecd coitstcrnation ini
EDITfORS. siiiti circlcs. l totccccr, tiec rcsuiits iiacc
Aihltics. ......ClareceE . Fitridga jasitficcd tr. Kocii'slibiiraliptloc.
Naws....I.........Laus D. Stiokaty-________
Iaxctiages........haresI;. Wintait 'iitti te aidcciiiof ipicasant wetihcr,
Rlsia .............A. H. Orttaeyer
Wo'aii............Effie 7. Artmstrattg tii caipttiSsiihouiiiibiossomiot uwith
morec frcsihmiintcapis thau acc cisihlc.
iIDVF'ORtAL 5STAFF. Ti is f10 atl ecaclii
tiagli:Alea Franklin C. Parke h ls fso as alrcie h
Arthur C. Pound. cliiiiiwit hbete spirit tiiain any prcviouis
ASSOCIATES. class, aiddiinig thc coid wcathecr it
iwa. hardly cxpcctcidtut thiis flimtsy
George A. Osborn Hat-aid C. Smtith
Forris N. Sniith tGeorge A. B aes icadgaac woiuidIbecaditeccd to, bit 1101
Iobert H..Ctancy Frank J. Clark i atitiou ic ii o hatrdsipfor itic frcsii
tHcnry F. 'Sihulte Henry A. Montgomney iieciit10agtino wearcthii caps.
Di. F. Steventan Waiter Meteenkaun ______
GleanD t_-di1yohn r. wart

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laoy V. Tat, tloyd H. Janes
RATES: $2.st pee year, at $2.nn it paid in
advance
Address: WALTER R. HANS' Business
Manager. 236 S. 12th St., Phone 849 L.
SA U D , TSATURDAY5, l.l',liRl'ARY 17. 1906.
Ed iitortc'loiky-W7aiter Mcetnats.
CALENDAR-
iFeb. 17--icia 1 at Iishti it hrciiich
at 8 p, tn.
Feii. iii Dcaii ili itciis, at N7 c-Miliaii
htll, :30P. mi.
El).i19- liiorcciass oitoiricaiicontlest.
Koioni1It, latt-iijding, 7 :30 P. IMi
Febi. 20- Secoiiidl7-arlair class iiratiic-
Saicitt rcserviecitscats fiic ticetBcn
(Ccc I tacs ;at tat's storc, -I:30:
l(Ii. 2--Sophtomloce ciassirctoiiicai
\uiittiattianttilitof U1iiccsitc . 71M
Fd).22 \itiii'ail Wasitoni'sbith-
d'-y patyIsof scnorlaw tts ass.,lit
'coilger's acadicety.
Fc.2,1 lticst yeac law class toratorical
Presenitationiioft"iic Jonrialistati,'
tic titsclicc \ccci, Sarah Casfccii
Anigeil-htail, 8 P. in.
Feb. 24- 7lacbcth aiid''T'he 7Nfrchaiit
iotVciic,"by Gcn Grcct compansy,
it t'iisersity hli. Matiicce andu
tight iperfotriantecs.
-eniorcclis-siiratori clicaes.
'ceii iiiici dtioor trackecmcet.

Wh ilc spcalking of the iccd of a new
ct gallcrc, it otldilt it lbc a gotditdeal-~
to irtic a eai act galiccy?
\Vc suggcst thiat tlic Cosoolitain
cbhilieitai hcir ipicturec takciigcouipced
like theiclloss-ccof Gtabcl.
I I 11711 KB tIALCI
itANOUC'T .ASUCCFSS
'he1- senli iorh anqttiat Whiitorc
[,akc last cev-tongotis iianitnaralcicid
suicccss fromiii i cc staindpioiint. Ont-
iitiiricdiaidti tyn-twro seitors wcrc ini
thei icompianly tat toolk thicstpccial trati
whiit ihcva., chatrced for itic occauioni.
Thc facutyingacsts it-rc Profcssors
teslc, l-iciisier and HIltbrook, andi
eccryoelprcacnt cit itic tiiictioniiwercc
tlud in iticicpraiscce tt of ctroal good
tim ti lcyhail.
Onetcof tiii-fc-tiircs iftic cviiig
was ashei strong speccets mtadinir-c
sponse lto he 1toast. 'heiccitmiittcc
it-h ii adi the c fattirin iichiarge aritt- c
cciyiill collgcatltionits oiiiall haitds foc
stOKE ''1-I117 kIKI? 'ALK.
A iiittany stoices itt varius cdo-
5ci-cs itt ceib iility ihavcliccitging liii
of ai ci thecatcc. -7list of thic taik.
titssci-ec,icc-lil to centcr aouit a posi
li rctopcninig of thec Athecns thicatrec
It, is tidierstoditat ati castccrngcin-
ticiiati of meacns is in thtc city to imcct
Mrc. Wh~itnecy, of lDctroit, today. 'The
twoi gentlcetciogcethc' wiih Arcchitecct
lips.,icil listiect iti' Aithcns thteatrc,
aidi itteeatcrncr tiniks thcre is piros-
pccsitt a goitilviestmcnt thc propcrty
tvilt lie puacchascd. In this evcnt-liha
opcrai house scillbc opcincdneticlfail.
1Dr. A4. . IltHrris, ipccsident if the
Jicoi To''me hIntittuic, .t'ort lDcposit,
_'lar'lauuil-ias icciiily choisein iicsiilct
cit Niorc sitnivetirsitr. ''Te offlce
itas bieeii vacatnt for ov-cr a ycar, owing
tc>ti, -einto of Dr. F,. J. James,
who.swas chioscn o heficpresicdcicy of
llltiois. TDr. itarris wiill cnter iiion the
dt iis"of liii office July t.

'drawi-theii-lottg ots- iutttthe iotci
fertile imta~gini.'l-
Creeniilic- Mic.."sadulaInok 'is-u'hail
thic msta uuicuaraiiclouta-alt gmeic-that
I e'i-crcsail or i- ili tiarcd1ot. Oic teiim
ia- asyiuing uohicsCoperid cotiicthe
chapioishiof theicmi-ctyI. 'Thie g liii
causeid noi cill1Of i'xc'iii-itmntascdtilt
whioeti wnlltniiii-tii. It uas liii
pettiiest gmic. ti-er aw. ior ti-clsi
inings iithei'liitemctuld isi-illi-- Outi
teamtiwieciiito liii iii thicthuieenhliauth
fisttwoushattuhesiof ttc visitii" taii
weeeasyius7111, aiiihour pitchici Ihaditwit
strikes auth three hialls oii thicthi at
ter. ilt Joneis our11ace, i sigalilei
foc a stracight, fas Itie, aniithelipitchec
pu11tilneitsec-cthe 11111so lst lthat1 701
couhiht cl-i- it. Tehitter ii Iitissi-iiit
a miile', ut it wstso"ihuttt illi ttcul
iniotuldithe aliiiiiit dopptet lowii
at hisi fet. 14, icki i it tp aitita
til ca- ciaiici' toimakeLithic 0u11 at1ficst.
hut hBhlliiias5s1 11115 iitatiiheiiftlt cites
strtedildointhlii'hst'liniicaftirtheiiii-
lie. 'hue cli i0 cr d hs elig lketai.
aitchen h-uthic 'iiiinc-irI'reaic irsltchi
afth-.I l die urily thought that ltii.
cu oli codil th Ba illsil it)tiit ])l--ii
suii. 'Theicri'wiittiIac screaminglilandil
yellinug ftreBhlhto i thrwtheiibatll, hltii:hei
thought slir' ihe-cucaihdtch tiecr11111eci-
itcndandth irdtanidltue tarccit'dttil
the 1hme stretih. it this tim, withlitalt
the yelinog atd exccittent, Bill didn'li
kiiowi what hewss doing, atd so he(
kept up teachease. As they neared the
ult lie tmade a franti dive, ut miissei
thec runner, ad Bunip's Corners hail
"',Fell, sir, you ieer saic a croicil so
madi n your life. T'hey started ioi the
reiii after Bill, yeinitg Lynch hm' tHc
said themcoming and realized tht they
itneant buiiitess, ad so lin kept righ
til running for the railway station with:
tile cowad right ott his heels. A nrait
wsatjlst ptlintg ot, atd Bill reachei
it ocst in ime, atd swing on, dressei
in liii baseball sitThat was the las
cie icsecn itfiimina Greinvi.
''X's, si! 'Tihatwas sre ti fiiiniy
game.'
C6i001) lift il-, 't Si, . H. urcos,
high schotol. 93-11
Enugraciii arts 7centsper huciidrcii
Bringgyouiiplt te 1Iic. Paul I. Coope.
721. N. Univetrsitcaviceii. sts-t
'Studen-its sat iii'.'-at sttiets phhces.
Pauiil 1. Cbotutc._71 .L'Ui-irsiy-ave-
Car leases Aiini.Arboriticil6 pitni. tlevec
Deroit at toi oc it p. i. Roindtirtip,
So cets. Wactio "Th cViriian.-

TE .XT
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New and Second-band.
Purchase Yours at tire Book-
stere that's
NEVER UNDERSOLD)
LOWEST PRICES GUARAN-
TEED ON
Literary Textbooks,
Law and Medical Books,
Engineers' Supplies
Notebooks for all Subjectas
WAHR'S
C. E. BARTHELL,
Law and
Medical Books
NE"W ASNI)51tOND) IANDI.
DICTIONARIES
PRACTICE BOOKS
QUIZ COMPENDS
r OUTLINES, ETC.
tash or [xchanige for your old books.
TC. E. BARTHELL
Phone 761
325 S. State Street, 2d Frone
Ace Arbnr, Mich.

Daly h arluchat Oystec lacy at
Fo0otball Pillo wi2'v lcksarp tttiday.
Th ult1efilta fthiei'recin-iact itt
hit tc liltpcotmtilceef h rlet iialulowinig bioktol cile
0 tkenl trout tile gieeallitary aseeiiio
$ i.5 0 - uemiug cettlizedi. A prouminjuent ulrofcssior
-aituyesterday thact it is the most im-
tis tic-i t ill otam iliioi-ationiItiathstsbeen itro-
idtcedin torecent:lyea-clinttiithat if thue
DARLNG & 11A LE iU stdenlts hhdcralizei'is full sigiiificatice
DARLING & I1ALLEA thliii soullitir e ldla honfirecto cele-
224-224 5. State St brathi the ieient Certainly the tnews s

Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season. 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
Jerome K. Jerome
Chas. Battell Loomis - : Dec. 1
Jacob A. Rils - . Jan. 16
F. Hiopkinson Smith - -_ --
LoradoTaft -. " =.Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pros. Alderman. - - liar. --
SOUSA'S BAND - Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers - May 2
Oratorical Contest - -
Open Number - - --_--
Tickets for theiEnire Course - $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office cr from Student Sellers
Seats reserved50 Celts Extra-at S. L A. Box
Office, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
iINOLIC ADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Pikoeae. 32
Off ice Hours: 4-6 Daily (Saturday exceptec

TEXT BOOKS
New and Second Hand
Engineering Instruments and Supplies
We arc the Special Agents for the Eugene Dietzgen' Company
TABLETS and NOTE BOOKS
Don't be fooled. We are the cause
of the present era of Low Prices.
Membership fee 50c. for the Second Semester.
Buxy a~t the Co-O~p.

A Merciful Man
is merciful to his face. He
keeps is smooth and free fromt
irritation by using
WILLIAMS' S HAVING
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tr's..ta Laaent. Ant Ar-bo-
Going North 9:05 a. m. and 4:35 p. m.
tioing South 7:20 s. mint1:3.5am. and7:51 p. m.
.T. J. KIRBY, W. T. WILLS,
Gint1 Pass. Agest, Agart,
T1oledio, Ohto Ann Arbot' MIct
Bill plane 1Fti-1r Homeuphounie l0t
V ~ d~oNCENTI,-
"Te I W N igaaFalls Route"
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trains East-8.1t a. in., 2.dS p. i.,
4.55 p. m f930p. m.11.05 p. m.
Leals iast-6.05 a. m., *1.10 . m., n4.f5 p. m.
*8.36 p. tm.
Through Trains Wes-2.07 a am, 7.58 a.m.
Sit8 a. in., 2.33p. m. 10.2t p. m.
Locale West-224 am., *u.28 a. in., *1.40p.
u.,fa.10p. m.
*tExcept Sunayw.)
Connuetions at Chieago for SF. Louis
Kcansas City and the West.
W. W. CASE. Agent, Ann Arbor

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