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TH-E MICIGAN DAILY. ititit aidyrabir at n n ratg tiea cl-
- rural titraof thituwaeir rtt.Attprsent
Spr ng 1 06 Enteed at seoad c amattr- at the An Ieart glirrr ftlla tsfuntio aot
; S 111 ,19 6Atbt Patffice. t ettectualy, at leat to ttrgrat b)oy
Fttbisted daily (Mtondtaytexcepte-dt drig I et tetrnrora omttttettttnr.ttt. ptt
OVR TORY the college eat, at 1t1t7 ast Wtahiglan
stee. Bell ptone 89z. IHtmearphit 76. ti "ttltr t .ttsrmnetino rimes th auset 'as ttis
Attractive Stylesttt taiiri raattgtr-ftI)
New Colorings Busines. Manager. WALTER R. HANS hAfor tlbittt on'tc, it i ut-rs
FORDIlORS. litrarandttiart igllr. Teiersirit-
M E N , S ~~~~~Atheti s . . . .. . . Cla -ece E. Ed -idg atff r raby t- ,tla k at-ic los rttrss of sy o- E K Ne s . . . . . . . . . . Lo i D. S ck y pa h an f el g. O n t e m d c l
M [N' ~ W [,~ t-Exchaget...... Ctarle E. Wiastetad atintItetretre tili ltttrtrtai
___Music____...................__ Mcit . . . . A. 11. Ot-taeye ttta stmtttt llr ri a trgttctS a7ttt
Woe Wataca .......Elfie J. Amtr-togthr itiiglkcasognzto.
9 1 a atth ttt int lt- t epatrtmenttttt, w ea t-i-t- )l
Z Largest Line of Woolens FEitITolIAL STAFF. membettitfat ctl astae te amelwtrkai
5 lta~~~~H gh Ale Faki C. Pak. a ra a tit1 -t tttt aI-l- in it
Shown, nll at Atthat- C. Poad. - thrsalcofuiywlente
z t I trwo ars ahttrttrtt on ttthte-catmopus
POPULAR pRIASSOCI-e A TES11111tt a is ttsimp l-ittosi.Fttri ara
P 4 P U LA R PRCES George A. Osr arIaold C. Smith o riigiltewn eatet w
Fatis N. Smith Genrge A. Bat-ne t tI-~tt itira-t ~tatiatt.O
Roet-t. Claacy Ftack J. Clat Igtothe irity'tof ttc-ttursesatdtltk
Henft-ry F. St-ute Hey A. Mtgaoerytf- t c . att-t--t--I-t- a rtitt- itarr, faila 1o
Full Dress Suits a Specialty . F. Stetecaon Waltet- Metenchacm 1bigtthe tclarstogterther 'I'r it
Glean D Btadly Joha F. Wote rbbyno ebrofteltrr
att at-' V. Lll Flod'l i. Joe t l ti t- tni-ir tf lta i-r-r
________________________________________ t I'--ttal- tit atttct aokn ws b igt- rrrtc
H. ATS:4a5ope yar o ____13_aidtotheefortsfilmmbrsofhi
"Ha W ild Co. ATltSoadpet-er $. aitpi Oittaf-ttltI-fitrtttrrofts
aduac.e.l al atttotirstude t wilt-art'
ti r LeadinegtTT Addreaa WALTER R. HANS' Buiianess sealzngata-t"mtit thesirntrs, tr fortry,
MECAT A O Manager. 236S. 121t St. Phone 849 L. o them-.t- atit-Itarat-a-tt kit- ott-t
m ethn i sc ra ft-ir a-aclasatesar.
311 S. Stat St. ulit-tcestt-t-condiiont-t--tar' koto evetInrrorneia
he lt-a eit-it on-tt-tIittI ai-itit r m d .
SA'T'URD)AY, FEBRUARY 24, 1101. club-' wt-utidit-t-t- an iestimit-bia ffetr
Illm tml-ti Itt-It-" pir It-tit-, it twouliid
Editor Today-GEORGE A. OSBORN. rn h -'grind" t-ind ihe att-t-yg-t
R u n n i n gCLED"'-"Ih ohe t-oilreaitta -ti. It-a
Fth 24- Marketh" atd "Ta Merhant- amt-Irt-I-lot--t iiortiii ttarirow. or
S o sof Vt-tort," it-pBn Grat com-paiy tt-tl,"I t-alt-a tt f a iithrt-i alot--
S h o es ~ ~~~~in Untvrsiy it-l. aatieea d ot-irot-itt-t atiittaltitill ittpair iis litt-acta-
tnght prfoanteas ii t iattI 1g11o ay ttftr fat-tya r-s
Snor rioass oratorical cottest twit-It-it-lafat-lt lit-l uict-a coit-iar'. medit- t.
Ittdoor Shoes-fine kangaroo Pact-ott-try indoor tra lt-tm.ee t - 'hraa-,ithere-a-wereany=It-ittt-ttbtyi-
leather, well made strongly AIta.2-Oiio club lbattatiat-Ctola ~iit-lt- t-at-tt-t-iaon-i-I;uiticlt-t-er ontacIta
sewed rttbber sole louse. tithhit-tafalwIt-tatnyI-I>of t-nI'etittga
"it-all" lip Dnt-tshr 'Vereit. tItlltwo tal n o eit-t r togr, itItra oti
/tia. 3-Junittor h l roass pary t-IBar- ta-atIti t-It-iore alaleit groupt oi i f it-at-
Outdoor Running Shoes it-it-iagytmnaitsti. tnittIposs- ttieaIllrt-t. Mi-chitgnt
A ine Calfskint Shoe--Solid i- wotiutta -itlit-taar insly re i-to nevry
lather sole whtich holds the Iti s hilgliy ittfort-attalta y tit f l- l 11111gofst-Il roughat'itif it-a atra at-i
'itkes firnmly in place; strong- fratce shou-tld Itaearisani itrlaaaint-aeillt gainlt-Ihit-it-iaerItlitttact-.tia
ly 'sewed---per pair 'aihigatn Utioti at-d t-ae Metioritt a-altr- ihigeIra educat-t tion. nt-utl it-at-it-athiant.
l titt-a. iBot-li moaemtsli hat-a i-ittalt- it-lthese1'feat-tutrs t-hit-irwoitldt-ti nai-g
$3 50t-attis good iilt-i'inte . T-eeaireIatlo it-'lmen -lt t- t tgeheri la t- lut - ttl' at
tittga i-ry inecssary- tiialt-tu ia-rit i citalt-t a nd et-t- e-ra at-llwisalt-r If t-I'
Baseball Shoes, 1-ats15and rf ,aillatit arogd lirary, iwt-t ith-n ad- Iti rtl -~ti- i it irt-Itold w l l' at-Ier-atotto-ita
Gloves tiltat-aart galery;- second, aatit dat-t litb t-lit-t tI Itl to- t lat-lit- raltizaition.
at li-itise. T'l' twlocommiteeisaaiar ittit-d
10 actit-plishlthestittwo p-rposas. SEI\OR I1ff ORATOR TO~
Sheehan isi roahliltoIt-cia-tven-rsl ittiligtIy 2I.iCTi I IiARi o
S GOS~~~~~~i imolrainecsary-tat-ialt-Iatlard lii- ___
rary. 'Thr prsent t irutulra -i ainae tiIiii lti- - g fdtaerie 9' ilt a rt e -i
Student' Bookstore qae'on i ittg-asproseau rt casst-t fo a-rthctitt
lit-It- i anyt saft' ittdax fr t-a fatt-a o c l rtrwlliibIe It-l. Tiia ot-i
tvery a-ar itill lbrin-g t-ae act-sa of its tastisit op-en t- an memrit rotf t-a clas
intaqacayt--a cloaer hot-t-. Fat-iavitt-ta- ua tit-it- an I itt to. 'lit-aoraitins
it-cat-iPi lo ben dratwntifor atit-i-i-rot-aull atidiig. '5lmited t-ri8.Io w t-tsta d iill it-i
ltvt-it-b it-a fiudiaara nttlfort-liot-t-t-g. itor judget yt-at eil gene~- ral lfat- f deli-rv.
Iisteranat-immet-ndiae pirspet-tr-for ra- Judgesiara lthi-a -i t-rt-wiiliib a t-
lmt-de top c o plete ft-i-- lif. It-ilileanttntit-r, a coimifortabaa ai-t tlirllleau, oicd the i" t o -i I ltrait .
itf m n pntot-at-ati 0eretcghu italiea ltar-_
$A,.50 - trsftr t-a art- lreasutrasof t-a ui-t-ter- IA ommtitteet- e nii vetirsit ll 'It-i
al-ity ot-ld it-va greant- affa ias fit-aglt-ill, lltiintli atin hg til olr int ttii itt
this aeek at- 'Vitit t-a gatis of Librarianit Koch to t-I'raptii "altIa ofIifraternt-itiesandsot-tti ll
diraitt-a xpen-diura. teartat-galera Illit t-l iscf onsI it-Ii tn t ogIc rat-te
DARLING & IALLEAUX cold haettmadaa a rypla-banatd i- a ar1itocractha il-t- irepeniing t-a
alrut-it- at-t plrof theia mrt-t-ils,tdo it ral 1gu l 1111111en ithe laesand111crealtig
224226 S. state 5t good to t-a st-itdat-ts at-itiiight ta i-n rat I-discotnlit-a-l

SI/NIlTS Bit-IT HE flIFFISill/N.
it -ase aonin-il iioiit-i ttItilI-malr. Iti
ilaIprhias eteread lt-lot-Iit-asecandtt
yatta of cai onsh-t- i p.at-t-i lit a rdl-ltla
gate ar ttoi'cot-ta.bitit=coeo
5 in 3 Mila t-a- laa-aitttt-te am.-tiisnitI-
ittt- ylit-t t-i heti iialli osIt it-ionsa ndtt
sot-i-a'of t-i- fat-lsit-at-irlsit wereii- nt-t-I i
good-icoinid iiion, itit t-e a mel-i- lta I iItt-
Initelit-a tat- l-f Alaiss ri- a-l di-t-il-a
biaket-for t-ae senioras alt i-i oneIt i-t
titt-a'of lay- Mit1 Rat itt-ala' thr1e
sit for lti i-tira.-MfsLowelt-tandli-
(Mis it.ft-rtain m111 adelont-atlit-fortheli-
freshmen-ai. 'T-a freha ga rdiit ititt-telt-as
gitot,.bittti till- orkI a s no tli li- t a
ierfetalti- ita tt in h ae t-ae>ytplayed
aigainisat- hitt-a pa omor-silit-ttsara reAlia
savot-akit- 1 or that- niorian Mi-
aia- fromthe I-agait-tie raa ternoonI
li-a-ian it-e a-dIti-ino tiim itt-i .Herat--
tfot-r toth itt-itt-I at- vi-t Io ftn hnalt-.1
mititedtlbttsa tmutt-t-atca-Itudig'' lt-i t e
anltiiliid i tiiti that ihncefo t te rle ittllt- be I
ut-a-lrt- i- h niaatiotwi l t a-
gt-s ithir ttica ocatantkat-.
t'i t lit- i tt-la i itet'll ncast1 \%1t('11
lit- wta lit, it-llitwi a
art-itt-ake s. ait-ut ut-It i.
Catugtig'; giuardsI,. Moffatt i f~uor SI -ri.
190-Baslet-t. It-ria.in Ness
tG t-IR it-i II atit- Ni -tt iii-itI-a-i'T
ti/ut-ladi-t-f f thlle.11 'iv it 1o m ~
ttint iflit- ctat w tit- lit. tt-r,
nft i t-it-a, at-it ltr -intheTlt
tatitl it-it-frit-nt atip. Tit g'''at- at-a itt a d -ti
lilt-lillitt-tanait i wa~ itoill-to-I-fel
lia ii lit-taptat-intitt it ical - .
ilca of li'ti-tati i tiiiis o ctItt-it ar
thattht- tlto un a-i a sen i twilt'~ l ani
in it-itnaet- I rdr ioiec re th
foeost-ig -i-it- atliuhIa ietyte-mem-
bershipltas belitliit-dati twIlc T haei-lti
ieaot-tii. Fi-it-ar A-ttirme b atias t-it-at-
petatethe _sietl at-iytaking-i '
jIt-itt-t git-t a lanit- tiltit-a 1wi llfat-rt-tm
the Am s. ofi-ia-t- at-li i st- iet-ta Ih

Spaling
and Reach
GLOVES:
25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50, $3.00
MASKS:
$2.50, $3.00, $4.00
MITTS:
25c to $4.00
BALL.S:
5c to $1.25
Our prices on Athletc Goods
are she Lowest in She City.
The Boolustore that's Never
Undersold.
C. E. BARTHELL,
Law and
Mcdical Books
i1.W IV \) f 1) '()N1)Oil INit-
DICTIONAIEIS
PRACTICE BOOKS
QUIZ COMPE/NDS
OULVINES- ETC.
Cash at' [ichantga lot-'yout'old ibooks.
C. E. BARTIHELL
Phonect-it-u
325 5. Sttate Stret, 2d Ftt-tr
At-tA rhbit-, ;tit-I.

Well Lathered
is hltf shave'Id. Nt- a-n 0Ctit-
be well lathered wiitoibtlihi
rich, thick Ilatier- of
WILLIAMS' SHAING

Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905. Fifty-Second Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
Jerome K. Jerome
1Chas. Bttell Loomis . Dec. 1
Jacob A. Riffs .- Jan. 16
F. tHopkinson Smith " ----
Lorado Taft _ Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pres. Alderman - r iar. _--
SOUSA'S BAND . - Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers - May 2
- Oratorical Contest ___
Open pNumber ----
Ticke +ts for the Lnttre Cotsse - $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Of flee or from Student Seliess
Seats reserved--SO Cen~ts UExtr&-wat-S. L A. Box
Office, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
kINOLU1 jADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Phoasa 352
Of fice Hoursa 4-6 Daily (Saturday exceptec

ATHLETIC SUPPLIES

BASEBALL
Mitts, Giloves, Baseballs, Bats,
Masks, Shoes.
W\te Itate just ret-rived a tnew
linte of gRondsavhicht- ae are
offeritng at- the lowest prices.
Baseball Shoes
nt-de on the sprinttot last, of
fine kangaroio stock-, with futll
lenagth plates, which retail as
high as $5-0tt fot-
$3.50 and $3.10

TRACK SHOES
Yucatan Calf Oxft-rdslsIte-d
at $3.5o it-d $..on iat
$2.50 and
$2.35
Gym Suits and Shoes
We invite you t- examtineu
thtese goords and consider or
prices. Dont-i-be ft-i-ted; awe
are the coatse of the preset-
era of low prices..-
Membershitp Fee 50c
tar Seccnd Semester

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND) S'TEAMSHIP LINES.
TreJms Leatit-Ai rArbor.
halg Nt-l : ,it l . 'aa5 .b.
la~n ou. th-i-it0a. Iit1:5.i.ad7:5opni,
it-ellphn i It-a)- 11r1 haute luau l t-I
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
T'hroagh Tr-ains East a- So a. o, ..411p.It-l..
soa5p. I,9.0p. ci. 11~.05 u-i.
Locala East- t6.0aom., t-t--.1Oa.cit., 0405 lip.
'*8.36it-a
Throagh Trains Wealt-7a ut-., .t-5a.-mt.,
9.t-a. ci., t-33tp. a. 10.20gp. tu.
Locals West-126 at-a., t-5t-tta.ii., *1.40g-
tn..1--P. mi.
*P(Exmat uutnuutf
tCoetiontsaatChicagto orSt.boit-t-
iKanstas itiy at-d it-ae'Iest.
W. W. CASE, Agent, AnncAt-bar

Buy at the Co-Op.

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tIGARS, TOBACCO,
CANDIES

THE -MECCA BILLIARD PARLORS SOUTH STATE ST.

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