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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

jSpring, 1906
OUR STORY
Attractive Styles
jNews Colorings
FOR
ME~IN'S W[AR
ILargest Line of Woolensj
Shown, all at
IPOPUJLARICES1115
Full Dress Suits a Specialtyj
IG. H. Wild Co.
Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
A311 S. State St.

THE'MICHIGAN DAILY.! dci i1 t lice )pitera ifal w~estern1 ste

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a ; a iv. Y tsiix(e .itie'., pr1taps the mota 4 t~ea
listrd as seond clats mateat the An Icr-atne ittitt tilt ofihighier leart-in;
ArhbtrPostaffice. ithetNvorldi.
Publislted daily lontdays eacepted) durig All the teeshnlet aIho comtpeted 'n
the college yeam, at t1 last Wahalington i eststl ee lati aecai
tteet.Bst phse tatims ptat 76-atl eater lhe v-arsity meet Satttrd,-~
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW tiilil Nocimmaishtouldtlase teart lie
Business Manager. WALTER R. HANS ca-selie ha-. failedl t spingitoa rtrv
- - taca c on is flet trial. atte fatatoas

EDITORS.
Athletis...t .....ClarencseL. Eldridgs
Newss............ LaustD. Stiakney
tEchanges...... Cliarlet E. 'tinttead'
Mutic ............A. H. Ortateyer
tWomes..........Effie J. Aemstrang
EITOIAL STAFF.
Itaglt Ailett Franktin C. Parks
Arthtur C. Paued.
ASSOCIATES.
George A. Osborn IHarold C. Smith
Ferit N. Smith Gearge A. arnest
Rohert II. Clanay Frattk J. Clash
Henry F. Sehulte Hentry A. Montgamery
It. F. Steaestata WalteMetzesbauset
Glenan1D Bradley Taoat F. Wuea
lay V. tall Flayd 11. Jaotet
RATES:t$2ate peer se, ar $2.00 it patd is
advanes.
Address: WALTER R. HANS' Business
Manager. 236 S. 12th St.. Phone 849 L

_______________________________ 11. .2-1 C. .6 Cr61 N. 1 6.
IN' E ditar today--FI.OYD H. JONES.
CALENDAE-
Baseball
ma~r.ig-Faealttscttcert. Frieze tall.
G flovesIttLockwoodtianist. Itnitersity tall.
N\lar.6-towatclttlt banqhuel t't ittore
Correct in Model Lake.
Dependable Quality liar.c o-enirlate clatss oratorclcn
Strongly Constructed lest.
Pries 0Cto 3PotthtpratttatGrattger's.
Prics 50 to 3 Nar. 9-Nra York lttb's ttirdl ata
Bae alBats bautttte at NWhittore Lakes.
BaseballlMar. to-Varsity intdoor track tmeet.
News models. A good .'tlatr 4-tt-Ferr lecttres by D~r. Patott,
time to get one before oad r stford Theological Setinat~ry,
they are picked over. given itt Newtberry salt.
Mitr. tt--Address hrytDr.Edttitt Hutghtes
SIhoes ittnWesley-att Gud ctttrse. .1.,
It's early yet for them, Nsetrelt. ,7 :30 p. tit.
but we've a good line - Alar. 12-L~eettre by Frederiek NWa~rde,
Glad to show them. ont S. IL. A. cottser; Untiversity.htall,
8 p. in.
AT Matr. 13-Addtress bIy Ptrtf. NW. F. Mlagic
itt"Applicattionts of the Theory ad
I100h2NProbabiliies," before the Sigtaa Xi
ShelUehanU o& sttciety; nest-etagitteerittgbuiltding,
roott 309, 8 p. m1.
Studens' Boostore Mare. t4-Cotncert by Ktneisel qutartette,
itt ChtttalUttiott series; uiviersity
tall,8p i. itt.
i lar. r6---Uiersity oratorical contest.
n s 19oa ittdance.
F ontball PillowAT NhIr. 2 I a bettefit cotntert, by Syat-
P~7R5.~~5AA £Zphony olcitetal.assisted by NWilliatm
I loystattd. bartiotne, anttlAlbert
11tMide up cottaptete far .Mart. 23j-anttqutte of Ettgttteeritng so-
$ 1 50ciety at Ckola oue
$ 1 0 5 0th e lli tf te C sitese co tttt isst att
tiiseel: at7yesterdtaywsas a sigttal tribtteto lNicti-
itt . Intteir louftteahiis couttry eve
DARi~LING & IhAL LEAUX 111115etratics 11avccbeetn ittctuteti, tttt
Ittttse thte greateat atndtamost retteesetl-
224-226 S. Stats St tive.a Michigantxwats rightlyirntcldtd,

At cltigana ttlttes of it.thpact i we.
woke ingadfaithfltfttt before Illsn
realtttoriitht-es eccogizied. veryfdeceit-
ittan ho thes indicattiions of ltnt
abltysoudtn t1.NWe tMtlst 1teal
Cthicatg,andtif ev eryonte boes Itis i t
it 1an1h1 dtI-
It wtas feaeduth111:11etile odtttttit :
..ttttt-wouldih no:1lottgeritt able It re-
when cillCit intese tvisittorstarrited
ioo8 1,\\V I'NANI)l1 FT .N'UIt ) 1. '
the irstwear law elats. ,to 'ite tteldtt
6611111116 I ti =,Stu~ttt~rdaeenintg, ate
lit 111 1 ttid ii teot-s tdtidteationse
ir htitwitlh lion ltauoflthe steer
I ott'by tt Nlass. uuOvetuoneihundteldt
ikes t: ee sdtnitt it s istprof-
deirs all N«-h Ctish i tten oscr
hit ticets tdso hattr. inl r
Iaget: I sycyaltttbeiliiase.'e iefo
lie epsar l t ittur lift : pe ilti t as
0'ot las titttbuttilIltbe H.ouHed
th te tiradI titeters:IeaiTt
lTe uettg CasPesitSitJlatticet tita
l tie ssitt t nt Is etL.ttd ecu ta s to h
hti la. i fethett loro.. A. WStat.-
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I lu'uelus-luauct tr. .telal,~ i:
Ni e isse: e Rttittg PoltttiIics-. tl ofvert.
ThetFacuty--Ja.lirI' tltie idPet
The I Studtuett atd tthe a li- Sitott
Ad Ntsic. ttlis- 1iieacur I: s it
Athg' -llet rspt s--.t.tele
If etttIeal rietmarPgofto site
Iiltoltrattr;ht frii r t lebl
block. eW.1)" O-tf.
Ali tiat theChrl ion rehearsalt. Tfes

ic)U NI VIRTUO.IISOI
PLY I ICIA Terettwas a str pieis: tire forth°it-
rots-ti tat tetonged Friezee halt ester.
lily afterntooni to ear te putilsrecita.
Ai the1 midlttti-eiifthe programtoodiit
\'ietttelttlsFatttsit Calrie, and1ter-
'attle fat-tiaedto liundtittakie it Ia thg
tl a tilleectethe lttrying itorkcti
Ilttitles tha ht olititt:ceetit to at
adult. NNWit a 1t11:-tattwa-is ceaer,
clea andtteaticsue m: iae V~ieutnip
mulaytiialtile asttitidIlarge :11111ex
presalte at feeitig. It-slier foceccoi
te chuteal it t litshis laitfteill r ~earsi
Mtr.tErn. citto disctered thei boiys
qualit:sidelares thtu tuthmoit
taletedi tsltuettloadthe v ioit iehasttl
seentiitn lmeica. .Altoghiisitti:It
beind tehimtNta I teRbrJhsni
ihntlltlademtinalh Utrini.:th
yotsuthltk: 0eh ite-er.mayiytes
lleev e tewl eto iterstyito locyal
a huhloveshillMatci 51116lii lciiii
iciptiRRitits h )itS ictt. Na('1-stlt.Ni
e Inc eterollegiaingos.
Itts for alhot: tatii/leaslis ly- n, yII
claimsthaoftisoe Atonite stoIlait-e:beetti'
froamet isanydi pesheold idtitta:a', book
:istewertie repurchalsedite.111 ItIciga
hisicheck tutu twol dollarstu but lat, r
Sheean brougtenit tirjusticelitit
corttecoveritealuetif the titeittisit
L idttt the igh rturaett ldiii-terd itil
Ithee eorgantitteion oftheeNlartitii a 'i;
ties:r eeofllthe alinseteeiDakililill slit
hilli 'ertettiig the giatcibes ad sittl;
es ilersbthitigaftera victer ittthe gyi-
lgciat of11 theCty aper-desThet 1koige-
teb fietiersusiberstita te ptapti. at
fa it:nestConiearfthielarootigh
statNda it scD holVNoriite~sbt ips
fein oach Fritii.3.11 taciqadtSie-li
Itivigthti muci of:i461. ii 17 ea
se lti inthalbst tetsOf aiigod shot
cuttelAtre ailliete&gat, alessntt
block. Cnbardvloe otI

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P x Glove
Spalding Make)
Oer Iniel der'sfGlvestdat
$2.501, $1.50, $1.00, 75c
SOc and 25c
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
UndersoIJ.

C. E. BARTHELL,
Law and
Medical Books
Nh:W AND) ShItOND HANDI.
DICTIONARIES
P5RACTICE BOOKS
QUIZ COMPENDS
OUTLINES, ETC.
Cash or Exchange for your old books.
C. E. BARTHELL
Phene 761
325 S. Stats Street, 21 Fitter
Atnn Arber, Miach.

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Men who Shave
run big risks in using any-
tiitg butt the best shaving
soap. That's the popular
WILLIAMS ' TSHAVING

LIMITED SALE
of S. L. A. Tickets
About 200 Reserved Seat Tickets, good for the remain-
ing numbers of the Course, will be offered for sale on
SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 9 a. in., at S. L. A. office,
University Hall. The price will be
$ 2.00, Inicludinig Reserve
The price of seats (unreserved) for Sousa's Band is
$1.00, and there is always an insatiable demand for
seats on that occasion. Those who purchase the course
tickets on Saturday, may have them reserved for the
Sousa Concert as well as for the remaining five nunm-
hers, including Frederick Warde, on March 12.
SALE OPENS ¢9 A. M., MARCH 10
3. L. A. Office, . University Hell

Run to Che CoswOp.
March Sale. Immrxense Redxuctions
Something .Off on Everything, almost Everything Off
on Some Things.
Must make Room for new goods to come. Hlere are a few of
many items :
All Stiff Shirt,----------------------------- Discounted 5O per cent
Medium Weight Underwea'r______- - - - -a____ 4 25 per cent
Handkerchiefs, Regular 15c--------------------------- three for 25c
Sweaters, Good Quality, Medium weight-------------- ________7 cents
Neckwear, High Grade, special otter.-------------- 35c, three for $j.00
Slack Lisle Hose, regular Soc.------------three for $1.00
Night Robes and Pajamas, all styles- .---Discounted 25 per cent
Imported Combs, Brushes_--------------------- Discounted SO per cent
"E~are th. Qetaltty and Orsdnxanly
Cesasidas Ohs Pre.'"

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tre. tlras:.'Le..veAs-n-s.Asrbeo
Goatng Nartht 9:05a. maneta:35sp.i.
tioing Soutt7:t0 a. ie., t1:3, a.i. andi7:51p.n
3. J. KIRY, W. T. WILLS,
Gen'l Fass. Agent, Agent,
Toleda, Ohio Asn Arb,-r, Mich
tell pthane 1t5-is Dams diana 698
~A CHGAN C TSw
,tes..I Nagtra FalNut*s
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trains Easat-8.18 a. in., u:.40_p. mt.,
4.55 p. an., 9.30 p. m. tt.5 p. im.
Lecas.EIas-6.t5ami., *11.10 a. ma., *4.05 p.m.
*8.36 p. at
Through Trains West-2.07 a int,, 7.58 a. itt.,
9.111 a. in., 2.33 p. m. 10.20 p.mi.
Lecal.. West-MO4 ai., *828a. ia., *tiesp.
in., * ,i.
*(Rxept Sunaey)
Cosnnneosas Chicaga for St. Lous
K(ansas City and te West.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ans Arbor.

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(j ARS, TOBACCO,
CANDIES

THE MECCA BILLIARD PARLORS

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