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- '~"' THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.; ult atht~t eufeat it the ltand~sof isrt
odtn rivals. (liii topestire «i iithe
t S ri g,19 6 ~ncr~ias ecndclssmate a te Ann uttstaiits at the tius t titnight. uteri Intercollegiate Notes.
OUR STORY I.ArbritPos its tofic.tnesltdtt-nottOt atd shOtt'hlsi:lterwl e ..tu liait\ato
_ t ulitantiauprecirottibithisututtitig to
Pttrttiiuu rif thtu 'Michtpign Utiott' is, as itottit1I titer. It is statuid thtat thu
ttate Sl Managing Editor. CLYDE L. DEW is stted uu b ttlishtetlforttetiti efituttof theltulitge is tuut'ss'tr5 iitto uirvethe uht--
New vColorings Business Mantager. WALTER R. HANS tilutti t Wiitu e ll itorthyistf the' tctor itf tte per. Te sttbscribter s are
-- -- -- - tt tttntiiitt if thu sttuettbtdtluitt guttutl. sst retlthat it, life e oth ettr college
d0h I;DITORS. Thetutucatttb1 tu it utitl b ut thtttthe siti- dailies.,itill behis'tltebust itt te.cittu.

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' VII.L 1r J VL/Ill
IL argest Line of Woolens
jShown, all at
POUAIPIE
Full Dress Suits a Specialty
~ .H. Wild CO.
Leading
M VERCHANT TAILORS
311 S. State St.
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PETES
BAT
The"New" Kin~d
Specially MotdielletI
FeelsRtghit-IS Right
'lTutrutghly Seasonteud Wood
Well IBalanceud and
Finishedl.

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rAthtetics.........tlarentcetE. Etdridgt
.es...........Lous 1). Stickniey
S hangieus ........hates tE. Winustead
r tuitt.........A. t-I. Ortmieyer
r 'uiien ........... Effie' J. Armsitrong
EtttTORttAL STAFF.
tlugh .Ateni Franinh C. Pairks
' Atthu C. Pounid.
ASSOCIATES.
! Geirge A. Osborn tarold C. Smith
ierri N. Smiitth Georige'A. Bares
ibert tH. Ctanciy Frank J. Clark
itetnty F. Seuute 1kity A. Montgoerey
tt. F. Steveinon tiuttee M,\etieibauii
Glennii1) Bradtey Johni F. N u
RATES: $2.50 per year, or 2.0 it paid ini
adve.
Address: WALTER R. BANS' Business
Manager, 236 S. 12th St., Phone 849 L.
SATtU.RDA Y., \ARCHi o, itoh.
Edlitor 't'odayu-Wtalter Metetbatitut.
CALENDAR.
Mtar.to--Varsity ittdoor tracatttmeet.
-\Ilt. 4-11 -Ferry lecutresIty lDr. IPatont,
if H artfordTh leological Suintary,
gig etlillii'Newuberry ihtll.
floe. iti-Address 1by' Dr. 1AirliiII-tigles
Ill \'e'uleyati Guild cuirse. V.1R.
cuc,7:305pF'1itt.
Mttr. t2-1Lecure by Fredlerick Wtarde,
ott S. Ih.A. cusre;l Universitv tall,
8 ti. tm.
A:ri3-Addtress lby Proif. W. F. A'latgie
iini Applictioits of lie Theory of
Probabtlilities," lbefore lie SigmaiutXi
test';IICVetigitteerutlg litililitilg.
riioIit 309, 8 1). Ill.
Mfar. i4-Concert by Knefuel qutartette,
ini Choral Utioit series; uivtrsrity
httll, 8 p. mi.
Nfasr. it6-Uiiversity orattorical ctontest.
igo6 litshne.
Mlr.22-Euttbetiefiticoticert, lby Syti-
thilt orcliestra, assisted lby William
Ilut laud, liaritoite,tutu filbert
M\ar. 2.13-ianttue of igineeritig so'
ujetyat cok1-House.

dentslae itliniteretedtin thUniiionhu
an n thcut u s tle prutoiltinIbu
Ithre .. is atoot tltGen itaiysptt lu e ntiiJ i-g
positiitit ott ithie theunuoulethe
btis i firth te titer "its' ifteeesystit
dentiutldinftrtu imitself its thoroughly
as potssiblt untheiiaifutitirs if thli' ~ton,
flublhuse' u se.liuii'iltt s ti i
1 s uit seise lof ittitori aaniereud ito
lie Diu 'l fic's'last tight aitilstuggested
Theopijititof lie fWhuitmoire' Iiki'
saois Itu) luigr ,'urs'lialendcaio
1l~lt't7SSIOl'lC' fRI CIII .RC
The tcusuleututurustutug -letutre that
iarsul c tisutlli el l 11,111 la t i t
merite the is au ienethiatilistned
lihnnaedSittetinCwittethtutfs-
lo' iddthemi'ttswer ensutiiii fouthef
ria.'uewhithis fso rpteNituIt er pitis-e
'ifie tes ithiithes stiti a iid stersopfllion
li'' r outre picturels 'whilitraseing;o
Stie<liCith Stltl'rAfrianitutriruast
;neisultfts'eoBrtihAsia tintheor sthe
() neet iltfite' vsiltreiotnutiso its o
disoial sitleitrestistouci hetupofncin
theeturtelureuitis anditownsati th
South Africa tw'segraptitasyfepr-
(hiedon he tcrengtilestheftoddycthe
hattierIttltoriraesithas'~tindsl.Iit lre
itre wsirlysdusertiedbythetrer.
The dtriitsontttiels weCre afstristo
tratg theti' sutpr iefttto tis Ottthe
utithe selve~us',aittaiensttet'syetut
aie. irutotestwsext. ainedI.S Instoertt-
ng toies were tit tsd foittir'ill-ite
t e rt .tss afttlef ied. I \emirg e inteirst-i
ing' locas Ilit clnghardyibe fund.tii'n, ttis
llndfie.tui'gts'et'sdofirtiatin'ii
hiJ u jc it m tls. aei..heleute le'atret. itos

thesniv'siity olfst Asulit t foti.li
teamii hsu'a'si'tedsifhe ptstinffid
t'oi'c'htfiir'that tmptext fall. '1, tres
itguth ii'withltStamsonti.Reynoihlds ait
Petttst hsauti ts'ti.ls fintte lass t it
y'eatr,,still tmtakes'tiltthis'ttuctahig
staff'
It this'debautes Ithldlast iseek At the
htutt'se'tt i toteatissteh fromittintit
tie legtu. 1iluitit it tt lfrom us'sO''airt-
iutowileDarhttiot ltthof
thi wous (util' thehree.utiu tl'
sie lae s itpitsopst shic tgt
still his'givent hy' IrotfIsuits's'It. Hw
istutiof thise Wtiesitu oftClifoia anal~
still conusist it hiss lestctrstututhie'gen-
ertl subjhect, '"Htuan Importuu of Phil-
iosophyluY''T'els'ubtul of eaci hu hictutre i
is foiloiwts : '"Thue Nauttuseofilooh
anutilhs Scoeu'.' Aheissbituutysof Phil.
pa,"Pioohys ttudIthi scsienctu
Philosophiy'andttl hi iiuy"tutu hio
CA sspious antdulspltnily eq; uippieduu
poshte fiuClumbsetiat uiety OOis ln
tiuss itutu'Prestidtth Butlesitbsithe iii
uihseihetil ppoiinttdhuhnitsme thu t
takethe's'ahue' up. Not u grouu nd nearus t hei
univ'eths'it isi'viltbe nit iproposed
usto t as' this'grundti bylisi in ithis
ruselowshoef",aer f ie11nst
rive sUSu fli t' IIas tiheupietur'headitlie
and nethis'e andTw1eni'ties's'tseit's'
us thetpltati, it is ipropouuset iisitith is.
if titssible hut tutu ittu'- tuilui lty'
,)-rondstithtetletiitsiseld ntusoi
furn'uishu facilities tutthis siot s itthis
Pubulic SchltuthetileueaIsueit. It is
uss popse it et ants namnta
ittier guts' oiithisgrundiis it1ere' is-
tituuishuedhvisitor stutu"hut hu eiedu.
'htsssttnds siurrotundtingt"the tuelud wo'uuhu
lie designtedlif steelI tdtsontcstte.CCWit
this ieldlit utu stul size Couutlubti tntu
vetruth'ytutuluh heta'thes'os tutugurtutes'its
prs'toedh tiwuspolieuyiiit egrdto iatilt
Il-ii's b ohi aaywthalchre
tutu gatietiotne'atushyhinitutunututhis'ep
i'e'senutativssA ottheruistut onus. ior
ltsttthusos'e'of tuh tutu;n tutuforinsane
h()us t-ihless' groundtis as thie ui'e'sits's
gestsuu.tickets iifuulttstuuut benttutis-
huihuuteul to the ltututitantthttudenits in-
stetadhsit beintg itflistdulforipulic sasle'.

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Px Glove
(Spalding SMake)
Te tutu;y stll.N' or't,u'e intiel-
sr's otutit. Made o i'nttesit uatiy
of t ii tmc~sttt tin tiuiatu,. andth
St is,, ~ suitiiurtuussiul qualutiy uaud
wokasip.
PRICE $3.00
Other Infielder's Gloves at
$2.50, $1.50, $1.00, 75C
S0c and 25c
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

C. E. BARTHELL,
Law and
Medical Books-
N FTWAND) SI-tONI) HIAND.
DICTIONARIES
PRACTICE BOOKS
QUIZ COMPENDS
OUTLINES, ETC.
Cash or [xchange for your old books.
C. E. BARTHELL
Phoet760
325 S. State Stre'0, 2d Floisr
Ann, Arbor, Mich.

Sheehan & Go's

The moist stucessu~ul sarsity' meieut in
yearswItltic heis totntighut. }sery' escnt
itill b1halyil;'onutested exceptithet'shot
put.in usihutl, houeve,Coe tmtu; he
f'nnfbi ll illo w 1 expectesd1to estabulishu soumetnew'recoreds.
Thetsupectacular-uiterest shuotuldsaturauct
madetustp comtuplete fur ut Ilsrge s'rowsd, tutuev'ery studcetnt shotuuld
rueomber thast other contsidhertionisdte"
madhits preseitce.,Thte tient swho tire
$ !tutuWhritig faithlfully' tutu fliettigt.atu ad
$ 1 .5 0 i~-ti usill uttuphli eur prestigeagis
this uweek sit Chuicaugo.deserve tutu should tire'eis'e
eversyencouragemteti. Chicago is nt
DARLING & I1ALLE AUX ttuintcibule, butt every elettetnt tht till
inurevitory' for icihiiganrishiotulhue
224-226 5. State St grantltdt \We tire nithpreparedto iasu-'

-LIMITED. SALE
of S. Lo A.. Tickets
About 200 Reserved Seat Ticketo, good for the remain-
ing numbhers 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, Iiclijding 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 numn-
hers, including Frederick Warde, on March 12.
SALE OPENS 9 A. M., MARCH 10
:. L. A. Office, 9 University Heail

Rin to lhe Co-O~p.
9, Select winter goods must be closed
out immediately.
j High grade medium weight Sweaters
selling at cost.
Medium weight, natural wool, ribbed
and fleece lined undergarments
at unnatural prices.
Regular 25c Cashmere Hose, solid col-
ors, 3 pairs for 50c.
Pajamas and Night Robes discounted
25 per cent. IL
-Examine the quality and .
gradually consider the price,
the CoO.Wp

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The Only Soap
that won't smsart or dry on the
face. The only soap that
makes shaving easy.
WILLIAMS' SHAVI"K

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
TralrIrs Lasa Aisa Atb-hoc
Going Norsth :5n. in. and 4:15 p. mn.
Gouintg Sout7u2t a. m., 1i:35a. m. anditS31 p. mi.
it.. IRRYlv. W. T. WILLS,
Gen'l -ams. Agent. Agee,
Toledoii,Oiota AtutiAr,'ue diuul
Beil phuanur1Siter IHome honte is
XICHI!!Aj CJNTRAL
'"Thu. Niagara .RafI Stta"
Chicago Buffalo Bostn New York
Through Teains East-3.18 a. nu., 2.40_p. ini.,
455p. in., 9.30 p. mn. ll.05p. mn.
Locals East-6.05 a. in., *II.It ain., *4.1St p.m.
*8.36 p.m
ThroughTraisWest-2.07aain,, i7.58ia. is.,
9.18 a. ms., 233 p. m. t0.tS p. m.
Locals West-n24 a m., *8.28 a. in., *1.40p.
in., *61itpp us.
* (Except Sundayp.)
Connectios at Chicagn for St. Louais
Kansas City and the West.
W. W. CASE, Agent, An, Arbor

,GARS, TOBACCO,
CANDIES

THE. MECCA BILLIARD PARLORS

334
SOUTH STATE ST

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