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THE MICHIGAN tDAILY_

Spring, 1906
OUR STORY
Attractive Styles
$New Colorings
i~l FOR
IMEN'S W[AR
Largest Line of Woolens
Shown, all at
POPULAR PRICES
Full Dress Suits a Specialty
at
G . H. Wild Co
Leading
AMERCHANT TAILORS
311 S. State t.
INFIELDER'S
GLOVE 0
The best ever made. Heavily
padded around edges and ex-
tending well up into the little
inger. No heel pad, but is
extra long to protect the wrist.
Model selected by prominent
players. Buckskin. 1st grade.
Price $3.00
Sheehan & Co's
Students' Book store
Money Loaned
On Watche, Diamonds or other
personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & DiamondsI
Offe at resdence 331 . Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
Hurs:t8tott1:3a. tm., 7to 330and I to
ALL 0t1555550 OnOCETIAL
JOSEPH C. WATTS

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Entered a e cod ctass mattrat the Ann
Arbor Postoffice.
Pubishsrd dily f(Modaysexcerpted durig
thecolltre er , at 17 ast Washintos
street. Belt phoer892. ttoe poer7.
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
ausiness Manager WALTER R. HANS
EDTORS.
Atbltis.........Cl arrneorE. Edridge
Neros- .........Loi D.Sinkee
],,.chanes........Chorls E. Winstead
Musicn......- A. H. Ortneyer
Womn.....s ....... Effir J. Arestrtong
EDITOtRtAL STAFF.
Hughb Aler - Fankin C. Park
Arthr C. Posd.
ASSOCIATES.
Gorer A. ObnnHttoeld C. Seith
Ferris N. Smith Grorgr A. Barnes
Robert H. Clasy Frnk J, Cark
Htery F. Shutle Henry A. Mntgnmery
D. F. Servesna Walter Metenbaurn
Glenn D Bradley Josn F. Wre
Roy V Lll Floyd 1. Jnes
RATE: $S.te per yarproc. nelsent pidptin
Address: WALTER R. ANS' Business
Manager. 226, S. 12th St. Phone 849 L
WEDONESDAY, FEBRUARY 2t, 196.
Editor Tody-HENRY F. SCU~TE
CALENDAR
Fel. 2t-Sopotmore cls oratortttl
tilt. 21-- Newelt Dwigh IHilis, on S.
I,. A. coure,10 Utiersity hl.
Special meotig of Non York stae
Club, 4:301.0., Room C, Unierrsiy
Fbl. 22-AnnultalWtashitgtos birt-
day ,atyoof sotior 101w class, at
Grantgrs acdrmy.
\Medtca tmemoralexrcsbsonil
Satoll Cosell Antgll hall.
Fob. 23--Firdtoyetr law lss ortortcni
Febt. . 'Ilootohad "'he Merchant
of Votn,"bc IentoGret company,
to University all. Maieeo ad
nittht prfortllatns.
Senoior class oraortcal cotes.
1relimnartyt indoor track toet.
'Malr 3-Jtttior liit clss aty at Br-
It to gtatilytng to secetatIthe St-
detiotCotttilIhaostkn uptiphle mttater
of 11a1r-cuttig.If ttothstudnts ad tot
taknoitip teimttitrit i probable tat
theI fattyttwotld Faclty action, een
Ittoe wsot ts tlmttoicrti to ettail
mlotisndertatttdtng.ittdlrsintmnt. Whon
slttuntl cuttos ted rvioion it is im-
111011ys ett1)1101for te tdntsoto dtt
it tltetitlvesco.Somtiractintwtos plainly
ntecssary. If tre wor ay toy of
conilning hair-ctttittg to thos itdivid-
talt.wo twere wtointh 0otntr ini
toithithtetproter spirit atolltakoteir
chattces, tocstomootcotld cntiute.
ITere is always it perentag of stil-
detst to ftlfl it funtittn of otitnult-
igclaststpirit and furising art otileot
for yothfutl iergo and nthuiaoist.

Ilt illautitversiity as Iig is MIicigatnt
and slaking i close orgaizaltio,
asitilte ld mtita01 1, 1out of whtict oiy
spingl gnlaytt o trit ktife att Illstite.
Tilosiein tesomc catgis snecos-
sar. T etoplt suggeted hryIte St-
dentiConocilttog oentctIoojcion,
htstsomle excellctt poitts ill its favor.
Untlcssso00110yotitful giustto1 1of Ioc
numb1 Ier of diaffecd cttiaris ad sg-
gcst aloter plaitw otutld0001m politic
to giretetprootted systemlth torotgt
tf te manty stttdetntso-Ioarc laig
Anttt Arbor at lprent is Adolpt Scltz,
varsito cetter ftr to last twon years.
A greater contoer nover rprsitet
Germa itin.tintatelthink-110 iktto tt
ttnly to a great footall player; the
kiittthull 110tte iggst-erted 11n1d
gentlcst twarrior, It tmatt 0111011tinot
isl toe. His going carristwit it
totelstrattce. kle toill retrn.
"G~ermlay ar thelocrptationot f
neter tkitig 0111tite n)1te gritirot.
Thtame01110grit toill Idobltles setttl himo
backIere to figti it out11for Iis tdegree
withthe sit attoodterioaotiothiat soct1
lull into M\iciga'sopontOltts othet
fooball fclt. The arter te gamte te
greatier e toas as at ilayer, tioti lis frind,~
fooltha11 t te difficutlies to it exeric-t
ittg at lprentl,n110tterlo bilttr
1101', otill oly ervoInmtae itlmotr'
Nowr comels teto un~I~llcmetl tatil
"Lll" letntthaolbgntheltpracic
tf lawt. We lelitve ta tWilli toill
chosen proessiottasno 01giroe1110 lie t
theJordattard OtBriens toriethat111It"
1,1110 tt college 111o tr tttty,but toII
tlyfootball.
INI,.NOR FICTION
Nt'\IIIR NOW Ill'
ITe second Ftbtlrtarttttuloier ofthe11
Inlantlder in to ith le hnselofl its
readters. 'Thisumbtl~~er is dvtedoex
elusitly to fciont ad n o 00r0110 fe-
tre briitgs a1 wrinklle tol te 1 brw00itper
using it cotets~l.
"The Portrait of Zwer ." 11.- (eorg
1K Dettbon, is otto of the toeltostriethatli
aoIappleard ith1110Ilndtte tis yer.
Other strongg stories arc by Clarle- F.
Cashtittg Jules Verne Des Biointes altd
J. Fred W\ootdruff. The caroos are u1p
lhtulor columtnl is atospicy at ver.A
tim~ely- editorial 011 the subject of "cons
conttitnarill of cosolatiott fotrle
"has11-eers," atd remilns temtohat"Ntt
failre.ultoose111111i15cr1100.
ORAOTORICAL PRFI.I'INARY.
Thesotpotorc lit oratorical cotet
toill b lte1111hlis lafterool att4 :15, 110
Roomllaw bu ttildiing. Te otetats
are as follotrs: George ,otes. woltotill
spteakoOtt"Privilege and Dly of Ciii
zentshlip:" U. S. dreary, "Broterood
of Nations,"I A. D. Perce, "Modertn
Iconloclast;" X. verest, "Te Mtission
of te Amoericn People."

I11 11511(GO R;0'S INTO
l)11111R1111 I.M 11117 h
f e ars llltattotHY'odIt in 'HI I
go intIlo teb~ lio f alley1 businss,1b1
thlt le l tak tl' t herctn ice of1 la
He has e n ,tttt d the llacy111ii ui o lta1rk,1
gJtiesg&IllrIto lt intthe l aof ot t to bIt itld-It
eing. nIt s wel no11tat.1ily
ballndedftisett11lio)n lto sot me00 pro-
fui titl 1 u11 in essi : nd t no usec
tha h iteds t re otne ott t0 iii l
reettitta111s00Iadet nitiharc tert
clt1 Cis1fiendtfel that he wtllucee
Ant1lle 110tc~t, n lys li I oorta,
toisl ithef rtli tte s tdi g IIe i
elrnthusiasmiitt ifrtriedhihis fot
toaidtOan inIds career

Second Semester
TEXT,
BOOK
Neon and Second-hand.
Purchase Yours at the Book-
store that's
NEVER UND)ERSOLD)
LOWESTP IRICES GUlARAN.
TED ON
Literary Textbooks,
L aw and fledical Books,
Engineers' Supplies
Notebeoto for all Suibjects
WilA HR'S

cy111all.ARROW
,ITER1ARY EFFUSION A
ON "AIECE ANI) NI'IK{ Co.R
lo ii ill of no ti 511111140 11on dIsttllRinctomeutt wha1trlo
peaceefllnightt, thle followng dtlect: a le. 'll o shrunk11 fitliriet hese1115'cIlla110
altought delayedt, it of 001500e110aIm i to t0e'.llnge r than111 tit(torina~rya nd litt l-
110eioilIlol o e i re1 Cote'tIQ 11101-teSires. (quarter11
Nego's nitolinl l1 asic 1710110 at Iceach; 2 for25e
receit-ed so valttable I c~onlt t 11100ha t il 1 11111ut-1111shop
Itin great additiotoso11thte 01u10of a1100111 Cluiett, Peabody (& oCo.
achevmeo ltntlshold come c ftom10101 \3ob f titt I1ker o1.01 01
ig nrth e 1011 frot-1 'i1-1a1in 01nd.hirs il te0W rld
to hc anan 11110 ~scoo 110M____________________
of 1t1ne 110,10s0ut n( t hr t 0010 Ili 111 . 111n t. tlot ld
II0I n realy otleeed, icridi an' 102 S. 5th Ave. Photne 114
We're g;ltlgnseot0110ABUsSLANCE Os CALL

I

Of lbea-ritt" filleter
Ofi Alice and11NOW
Mlarchl 31, 0tas i1nntounced0 on the Iloot
vaitd dotlilg ou'ncilas, I onEms ol. 11:tha
it 1wo0u11d11'hei o t l 111st iness oNewl
Torl C' yt1(1 nis str01 i0101 01,
Thetle ms are being''ota kenll to mea000 el-
wtill have1--t1111 choiice of' sid

Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
Jerome K. Jerome
Chas. Battell Loomis - t Dec. 1
Jacob A. Riffs . - . Jan. 16
F. Hlopkinson Smith
Lorado Taft - - Jan. 31
Frederick Warde . . Mar. i2
Pros. Alderman . .liar. _--
SOUSA'S BAND - Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers - May 2
Oratorical Contest
Open Number _-
Tickets for thelEritire Couzrse $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office or from Student Selle..
Seats reserved-SO Cents Extra-at S. L A. Box
Office, Main Corridor, University Hll, beginning October 30
SINO6EaADRIISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. PKote 552
Office Hours: 4.6 Daily (Saturday exceptec

ATHLETIC SUPPLIES

- BASEBALL
Mitts, (cloves, Baseballs, Bats,
Masks, Shoes.
We have just received a new
line of goods which we are
offering at the lowest prices.
Baseball Shoes
made on the sprinter last, of
fine kangaroo stock, with frull
length plates, which retail as
highs as $5.oo, for
$3.50 and $3.10

TRACK SHOES
Yncatant Calf Oxftords, lsted1
at $3.510 oand '4-010 a1
$2.50 and
$2.35
Gym Suits and Shoes
W~einit o uiO ' t to lexaminet
these gootls and cotnider ottr
prices. Donot be oolotetd; so-
are the cause of the p~resenlt
era of low prices..
Membershtp Fee 50e
tor Second Semester

Phick Lather
- mcanly and lasting, is tite kind
you need. Yotu'll find it in the
old --eliable
WILLIAMS' S
ANN ARBOR R IILR QA D
AND) STEAMSHIP LINES.
Trnd.i sLeaveroAIVX ~Anrbor
G01i11 Notht tot5a.tm. and 4 :351.1.01
1G11111S0001117:00a. in.,t11:35a.im. Oandl7:51 p.1i1.
J.1J. KItitY, 00. T. OWILLS,
1e1'1 Pass Agenlt, Agent,.
toll phone 35I oitO 101 1111 illS69
\ICHIGA1N CENwRU
Chicago Buiffalo Boston New Ysrk
Through Trains Footst .8a.t.,'1.401j. to.,
Locals East-605.0)itin.,etii.0a. ttt., *4.05 p.m1.
n8.3 all t.
ThrougheTains Went-tOO a ni~ 7.581a0in l.,
Ot9.01m., 2.33p. mo. 10.20 p. mi.
Locals Went-224 .m., 0o.2t a. n.01.4 0p.
o., *1.10 p. in.
Cotinoectilos at Chticago fllS St. toots
Kasas City a11d 1110West.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

Buy sat.the Co-Op.m

_ -

1)ouglas Shoes WAI Th hea21soMinSt
Gym Shoes W RTeSomn28S.Mi t

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