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February 25, 1906 - Image 2

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fOUR :STORY
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POPULAR PRICEIS
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Leading
L'MERCHANT TAILOR
311 S. St~atLeSt.

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Running
Shoes
Iiiulor Shoes-fine kangaroo
leather, well made strongly
sewed; rubber sole
$2.50
Outdoor Running Shoes
A Fine Calfskin Shoe-solid
leather sole which holds the
spikes firmly in place: strong-
ly sewed-per pair
$3.50
Baseball Shoes, H-ats and
Gloves
at
Sheehan '& Go's
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or other
personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
tOffice at resideece a31 E. Liberty St
Hour.: S t 1:30 am. t330aed7to
9 p. M.
JOSEPH C. WATTS

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
IEnteed a ,secnd cesscmattr atthe An:
rAror Pstclite.
rPublished daiy (Mndsex cepted) during:
t the clegte yer, at t17 last Wathcngtcc
street. Belt -phne 89z. Plume phcne 76.
Maaaging Editor CLYDE L. DEW
, usness Manager. WALTER R. HANS
IEDITORS.
,Athletics ......Clreen E. Eldidge
rNews............tLousitD. Stikhey
!Exchnes.et .... Charlet E. Wited
IMuic............ A. H. Orteyr
Wme........Efie J. Amston
EtDIt'roIAL STAFF.
!Hugh Alren Fraklie C. Perk
! Arthur C. Pund.
!!ASSOCIATES.
Gecrge A. Osr Hrld C. Smith
Ferrit N. Smith Gerge A. Bares
Rchert It.. Clncy Frk J. Clark
Hery F. S:hte Heery A. Meeteseery
. F. Streveson Weter Mtebmnst
Gennc 0 Brdety lctinP. Wre
r cy V. blltI Fltyd I. Jenes
!RATES: $2est per er, r $.te it pid is
Adderw WALTER R. BANS Duateses
!Mnger.21:38S. 2h St. Phone 849.
SI.'Nl)AY. F~RUARY 2.- ot6.
Editor Tdy-ROBERT H. CLANCY.
CALENDAR
1(lOuse.
iil::r. 2a-Ptresenta~tiion of "Die Jou:rnal-t
lset," hbyI ettsler\Vetein.
Maitr 3-Jeo1or lit class prt t Gta-
b~oor gymnasitm.
\lar. 7-'1. A. P. Weaocek.t Pr
Moarutte." it: Sarah Ca-ccell1Ag-
elIl hall,. aRp. m
Lak:e.
lTere icone fe:tre::of lst ngt:'
twco athletes cwhoe tPertormancties ers-
th~e illst c erlil lle :are metew:oi' I::
tre om leteiteat: itt yar pist
:chatii faithful antil cansieil practice will
do:. Frest:men: who c:: ompteiid ad failel
ito maegoodelat ight csholl drw:
a less oil from thle recrds of tee I::::
SUNDA.Y lilEl NG.
1. h;-tBell, sale screttrt :of1the
Young :Alen ,tcCritian:asscitiont. till
giea treopltieontletre a: iVlei~ila::
tall. Suntda-eetigtte. i6 :30. 'TIhe
it::: ler:0f iws th: Sr. IBuell has in
te imossibilitiy of cutting :1:own:hi'.
lettire cwill nteeitate tbeginintg pot-
ly:M :3. A large atendanceeis de
hicseicitoItDIetroit, tvi pi-An:.
Car leavescnA::eror at 6: p. i.: letirec
DeItroit a:1 to ri1 p. tm. Ruitnd trill.
so centsl. Atraction. Joep: antdt \ill
at eJrfercon ini:"The Ria. 102

U FPIP1O.61 t 11:111~-(.'."RSI~
((l'::tl tiednlfro p~catn.)
:1: :1 1that1hadimtpless-edl tie. Neither
me ay, bt sitey is::::1:tgel t tett
Irme ad i\t :1:11 call lFridev~uen-
whic thy- ece1edfromt: President
.ingeli lion, Jul ius Be l r f.\.
'er 'tadelro 1:1. 1 1.11:11
-Tcuiversitvctin'elnIt:dt:of aei
veb- lage apro ri til tisc year,
is tn~tt I:th a vpoprit:6 tis 51o lilhe
state :' isate I:TeihathiCttngehurt
liststeysty '\% illt ive money
cattle nd wil men. n itt I: we ll'
:1:;:s thir :: :liv.' Pei deti ntI: Angc tll il
meal etom ittec-'i:: :::tlbusliess cin-
to th u ivr it.t he:1 iv 1:11:: upo
thit's'rdar' :l~ y romthe, olay

iit iaIti'vetin sll till n la s Ctt
oftetle~i aitnd frvislicli, itdtcil ittilt
lt:: d icussttet ai r-ctt g mate. ihu
putresiets i te heslcl asses :: imme'diately::
medate andrtch::nittits::atiilenthe11:::
:1:t11un :::ha caued strollstI it iii:-
chilesnti entamo lite mjut' cl: -
men. The ctio ofthe oph lltitti its
probbly ad cnsidrabl ild iii t
ed ts ssi tue wht is vriul
kno n 1s hit "ba th: Istilt"wt r Io''I
Gear." itertoills: vsti~iii, h
Ilclst der:l il ht::iswas:the: hest
timeat teir.dispsal. The Coui l 1is
atic and huh vs :1 i nc it etsil t hal:lt ar
OH (! vl in iir ei ated icno
bu pov or ppua, ineteOr

Spalding
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
BALLS:
5c to $1.25
Out-prices on Athletic Goods
are the Lowest in the City.
The Bootkstore that's Never
Undersold.
1 sttc i ll:::o - lit t k ow
7, mc1g it i ii'
Ida each 2forcs
0. ta~ -' af ti ll utNE-R-L
::.I5l Icsi ~ln tvstti I.
Don'tTortri~
Soapc. Avoid oirrittn a
shc thec liasist 011
ANN.artinRRILRA
DAll:: ArrtuIe

Chiciago Sulfate Boston New York
'L? el5''rei. m ,X1.0 c.h. 11.;) a. I . '~~: l.
Locate East--60ia. sii:., 11:10 a. ii., *i.04p.11:).
Thsroughs'Treins West -'l.07a :m_ 7.58 a. n).,
LocalsWest-2:4a. m., 5.:18 . n)i., *elt0p.
ma., i6.101)p .
lE-ch"eect Saunciy.)
OutmsctisatiitCcag or:i. oi
W. W. CAStE, Agent, Ann Arbtr

the Case. it l..; of vital Importance that of ra5 i thr c etiti;

whc lhsiv I 111 provediiaiarm'::li to:-
un 1 'ri i.' -Pot.etc B I a is
lars and cnts tesoiisrit te duthe
of o r cassto tpe ithactien t ill t
til ivrsty. \Ve Shllicose iriette
Ills of each itand every memb'itofethe
,oo8 ngyinerin clas to ltac(]b. e

imatrker-i anliinvlu be: t(r i -tin
Rtchearls'vtit v af lltrnoon andt i it
uil t- i tofthepefo mane.Ne
laxly , itin aniavisng Th e
of the la i s -inth pa: rgad hi
lii: It:i i its play intSaiatoligitls
prodct ioi n th:is ie T e ivtation
.o citc- ..11li: i :: til X'

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Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
~I Jerome K. Jerome
Chas. Battell Loomis - Dec. I
- Jacob A. Rils - - - Jan. 16
F. Hlopkinaon Smith
Lorado Taft . - Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pros. Alderman - -lar. -
.SOUSA'S BAND . - Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers - May 2
Oratorical Contest
Opnfubr-Tickets for the Enatire Couzrse - $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. 0f1ice or frons Student Sellers
Seats reserved-50 Cenmts Extra-at S. L A. Box
Office, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
'11NOfLEADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. P1kows. S32
Office Howar: 4-6 Daily (Saturday exceptec

STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!
Big Clearalle Sale
WE MUST REDUCE OUR SUR~PLUS STOCK.
If you desire a good bargaitn it will pay you to
watch this space or call at the store.
Don't be fooled; we are the cause of the present
era of low prices.
Buiy a~t the Co-p

Douglas Shoes WAH ,=TlIS homan* 218 So. Main St.
GYm Shoes H~~)iJv~~I

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