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March 11, 1906 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1906-03-11

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- THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Spring, 1906
aOUR STORY
SAttractive Styles
jNewv Colorings
FOR
IMEN'S W[AIR
ILargest Line of Woolens
Shown, all at
POUAIPIE
ICull Dress Suits a Specialty
at
Leading
M ~ERCHANT TAILORS
311 S. State St.
A
PETE -RS
BAT
Tlhe"New" Kirmd
Specially Modelled
Feels Right--IS Right
T'itot 004111)Seasontad Foo00(
We~ll Baantced and
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
r Vtased .'as scod class matter at Il thetn
rArbor Postoffice.
rPublished dsily (Mondays excepte)durlaing.
r he csllege year, at 117last tWashinton
r tt'eet. Yell phose 892. laote phone 76.

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Managing Editor. CLYDE L DEW
Business Manager. WALTER R. HANS
EDITTORS.
Athileicss........Clarence E. Eldridge
News ........Latuis D. Stickney
Exangeatos .......tatles 1E. tWinstead
.l sic .........A. 11. Orsteyer
1t'attt ............ lfie J. Artmstrang
l'.)IIrOiIAL STAFF.
lHaghAllien Franklin C. Ilarhe
Athur C. Pauad.
ASSOCIATES.
Goarge A. Osborn HIarold C. Staith
FersN. Smith G~eorge A. Basses
Robhert H. Clacy Frank J. Clask
Henrsy5. Stchtulte tHetnapA. Mastgataesp
1). F. Stevensoan \tatter MItaeebam
It PnnD radley )aitttF. tWura
iov V. Luall Floy sd H. Jaaes
RATES: $S.s0 per peas, or S.oo it paid is
advance.
Adderess: WALTER R. BANS' Business
Manager. 236 S. 12th St., Phone 849 L.
St'ND.AY. 'MlARCH 1t1. 1(o).
ediorIttlay-'FlERRIS N. SMIT1H.
CALENDAR.
Afr. it11Ferry lectures itylDr. Palots.
taf H artfortl'Theological Seminitary.
a a Ctlitn Nexttart)- tall.
Matr. i1-.ddresashaylDr. Edo ii ltt gltea
itt \eslevaaa Gtilal aoitrse. At..
altutclt, 7 :30 pI. m1.
Mar. 1 2-1,eCtltre lay Frederick (Varde.
ott S. S.. A. coatrse;Etniversita tall,
\ltr. 13--Address liy Prof. NVS. F. Mlagic
onl"Aplicatitons of thse Thleory 01
Praobabsilities," Itefore the Sigma Ni
tall atv ;ne egitteetlte latidltlttg.
,I Ma.r t-Tsclaikowskyrecital lt'yA
~~I tail oalat tatt. piattiat. Ftit ca'ball.
4:30t P.1
MI.tr. 14--Coaceri by Knietel quartette.
tttChtoral Un tittntsertes; tttiaarsita
tall.1,S8P. Iat.

a hr aceg toter lfacttrs ilthli a l 111
\lichyML he wily aroatncoachi
alat s a111 tt1m 1ai 11.to be reckonedl ithil-a
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w i ttt tott he frotitil teiat raceiotte.)
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toot'all cIt i li ve art.rillever
r a 'ize tattwelit.ett'ig11 an1d1 a1tha'd
cn " a ma'tttdtitth alto. 1111ntilitttta'end.
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orde na e. I rit I'lw's a ietlya
h ict i la'tdttglckil the sit iia
lisqa liyn him,1while hetapparently
took secod a ce.111a tta. tll tta
timeoI 3 - 1 1 11111«i111ith Sctt heank~
a oood1settna.Itiigt~ wr hr
Iplac t far1111nt 1 S teck elwtota n coitt' up

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ttytai rd:t tieal -cat1 1 tct 1 '
Mile atI1 Itot(11itaR 1w11s11 ontall
Mlone tttird:II ltun-c26taaa
'hot Coe 19011t ' 4 taa''
ites GIt 1 11 cnd107fet 10 3-
Sainch as, Du Iap' thid..'tfee 'a'12 )in
Soatrtaoa f'eret 111 ithastttt, Rea
fo tinrcollfeg;iathesNoes
1111las Iis ' r la lrce -tttttit't'Ita i tt 1111
lit 11 11 1g08 a itt ( lurll 11111 ndn
aClark iata I0(luNtlr). itatta ta.'ttt. li
11111hadlsert Mcaath. Sctttd nd 1111
mall Brtltt ndI 1 .. s)
Spciatt'tlila tt 111 itr a ll otii al111 menI
(Gt aham lattnli t . Longman1 a ndli it Glar-
l Ia' defeiagted1111111cimlali Turner
tic' 11:90,111' naitditstttntd tatl). 11
'iIa'ttrcolSt.te Ntes
instituion.11 ia Sltl~i
'I'ilil(, In litradutes al t Wesleyan ht' eld111
It lias 1,1111 t li't i ta 3 tt1 l c 11 11
5lllt t owardtlt uildatig'al' t 1 iitit Iit
to tt lac "Nor1l~ t hSl Colte't' ."t wicha s

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Px Glove
(5paldittg Make)
PRICE $ 3.00
Other Infielder's (iloves at
$2.50), $1.50, $1.00, 75c
50c and 25c
WAHR'S-
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

2COAT SHIRTS
A bavsette qaitpapparance and
sasartngagbtlttesaofassstsmtmadeI
garmts.tWhite as calor-fast fabrita.
Ontattd alflikeassiat
$1.50 and more
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
FUNERAL
0. My. IMartin DIRCO
(tilies 20905. 4tht AreFlhone W.
l~ani:i'e id302 . . Sit Ave. Photte :14
AMBULAN CE ON CALL

ioo01 itdattce. -Bitlti lirat. Pia a'ilt ondlitte :10)
fia.>._E n benefit conicert, lby Symt 1111ii st ai, Iiatt ecotiati'
phon orhesta, ssised y Wilia I~omanfirs. 1unansecnd.tie':o,;
Sheehan & Co's-
Students' Bookstore tte fEiiteii oS a
____________ ttim :0f4-34
Loaned deosrtdclsiv~el101ls ighIltlt'Itt111111 econ tti'laill'sitel timit-ttas' tail
Ott Watcheseso. etrmnDtonaa froecds tmeor; ; otherfist
psrG a anaipropedrty. tatr -set in thae liar fotrmtanicet of every .51Ia 1111sait aeilld itita :0; 4-5 1111s1
HurtIgaina is Watches & Diamonds eliii1 tack teaath111 sit tt''at cul lav ih- 'I tltyarill hitdie's, tutu I ti:;
stood ltseir atitlck. Itmid 1111'raejoicilig'. Iaf ir Iat, 1al t a latlsecond. Post third:i
tffieatareasidaisae apt E. Lbasty St howetavert. te shouitld khealsosie capinin1ime, "o
Ass Arbor.'-
Hous: 8I s to 1 I30a. mto3 3 a nd siPit hllm i la'-the tdangt' of 15ar-ittitlitlatca. 1F1111 11111hedi and1111 otlt ytidtrI n -
S 9 .utam.(We havt'splentid teiltlrial asl isant ll t tlttlttin irsitt, Stchauls ettn ,ivti n s
ALBINSCNIDTILJOSEPH C. WATTS hv h ihi~ prta ee eoet tirl;tm-:435

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A Fair Face
( dc d csfairht-I UL ime t,'Treat
a Li r and it 'ilStetat yott fair.
WILLIAMS

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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, Irnchudinig Reserve
The price of seats (unreserved) for Sousa's Band is
$1.00, and there is alwayes an insatiable demand for
seats on that occasion. T'hose who purchase the course
tickets on Saturday, may, have them reserved for the
Sousa Concert as well 'as for the remainitng five num-
bers, including Frederick Warde, on March 12.
SALE OPENS 9 A. M., MARCH 10
SL. A. Office, .0 University H201

Rusn to ZVhe Co-O~p.
g ~ Select winter goods must be closed
out immediately.
ii High grade medium weight Sweaters
selling at cost.
Medium weight, natural wool, ribbed
and fleece lined undergarnients
at unnatural prices.
Regular 25c Cashmere Hose, solid col=
ors, 3 pairs for 50c.
Pajamas and Night Robes discounted
25 per cent.1
" Examine the quality and a.
gradually consider the price"
1he CoOaWp

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Trae.s Ls.ve. Aesos Arbor
Going Noril th905at. tit. anti t:35 p,.
GoinagSuh 7:20 a. m.,1t:t5a.m. and 7:51 p,.i
J. J. EIRtV, IW. T. WILLS,
Opal iPass. Ageni, Age',
Toledot, tOhtiot Ass Apis is.Slit;h
St-lir plus lls.t pits titi S
Chicagt guffalo IBostn New York
Thrsough TraitnsREsitt.18 a ma.. 2.40p.i.,
4.5S it. m., 9.30lp. m. 1i.05p. m.
Localse Iaei ciaa. a., *11.10 a am.,. p.m.
*8.36 p. ma
Through Tains West-2.07 a,,~ 7.58 a. a.,
9.i8a. a.,2.33 p. m. 10.20 p. in.
Locale Weet-224 am., *8.28 a. a., *1.40 p.
a., *15 p, a.
*a(Exaespt SundaS.)
Cansactios at Chicago far St. Louis
Kansas City and thts West.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Anen Arbor

Douglas Shoes .IAAH DT1e S~homvan 218 So. Main St~ymSos

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