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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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On IUm WILD CO.
THE
LEADING
Tailors
Makers of Men's Clothes.y
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions. r

LULL DREISS SUITS
A SPEiCIALTY
311 S. State St.
An~n Arbor, Mich.
Fountain
Pen
FOR REAL SERVICE
tInithat cmine
it i tity ith irood
looi
Sheehan's Leader
for $1.00
,Vi
Sheebha & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
Dii Watches, Diamionds or other
personal liroperty.
Watches and IJewelry repaired.
Ilargatintn Watches & Diamonds
Office atn residence 331 E. Liberty Sti
Ann Arbor.
Iears:tot11:30Sia. in., I to 3:30and 7in
S9p. at
JOSEPH C. WATTS

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Athleis....i....tlarencer.Ei dridget
Nes............Leis i1i. Stickner71,F (ITR F O I \1 (; \I INCI l t' AC-
ilroioiiior........Chalesir E. Wiinitesd ti-tiNTI'INC BY AN BXP I T
Mic i......... A . Ortmeryers__
ttoii ni. . . Iltr S .tcioireie Ol1 IFridayai fteriiiiiiii thiis weh, at
I-A Ii Oi AL tSTAFF. for oclick .,ta liii l e tctiire oili iiiiiic-
let b Aln Franklin C. Parks pal rc<n tic iiill belit irilipby XN . I.
.tciiiiirlC._l'ceniof [iC i t In ii. in thr 'Tppan hall
ASSOCIATES. lccttirccrooii. \Ir. Itrois setccrtl-y
GerierA. Osbsrn lHareid C. Sniith and ciocoi iii of tic. iiicaniihiil-
Ferris N. Smith iGeorgr A. Bat-rest ou Ci. tlhtttila ifrcx
Iiert 11. Ciancy Fraiik J. Clark
ilenry F. cOrbleir eryr A. lionitgoeryr tccit iii iiiittt cicli, i
). F. Steson Wa ter Metzenbauni u d ctiu iited thebo ti f s-me of ilic
Glteiiii1)iBradlery .johnii F. \Vurzii r t cstt citics ini thecoutyi}. t Iit cc-
Roy V. Liiil i-tordt i. Joesrt tir i ll t e to- it ttibt}i chatsitami
RATES: $i.e0per year, or $2.00 ifpaid i iit tuiiiin llSow m thodstoit ccouttti iiic ii
advance. iiiiimlber iof X iiilcci ct- tiic t i-ork
Address: WALTER R. HANS' Business .nailgmt1cpl ttsis
Manager, 236 S. 12th St., Phone 849 L. tiii titiiiicti
-- - ortalt pra ticalit u-u tltct oi ititic oil
UNIO LABL. m mstlatlo , an ot ttwh rc tiere it
much need -it riii iiioi ii tii iin most
\VkINES ,\Y -M RCH _>t,[00. \ crian i i iiiiiis;1( il"citiA-tti -i
CALENDAR te-tigcilt iiiii citi iiit ii io ticth e titbic
lin~lncs b te citiz is a itycrs.
lit uiyuiuMr.urcttotira.ccttircirillithoXeltimito

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
iiiiiilda.trseciicisiimteriit iie,\it
t tin i'titiic
fititihddily ttiionlay xct ed)ii Ii -itti
tie coliege } er, sa t 17 iia ttVsit oniiu
strt n. Blt itotir O92. faimei r htier 76.
Managtng Edittor, CLYDE L. DEW
Business Manager. WALTER R. HANS1

pi it. 'Thet pekeririctice w tllchoseti.
han ticas re c rt idt fetic X iveg
IX litfil it )ociltuliiiAoth ichigaini
n t is ec tanno ttconiiv eiia n x csefor

ItKE BAtlLt I, l Gt XIC POSTIPONC
fon and secrnitoas-.scledorrfniih
troteeio ndfc incitel ostpi oei. Asirti
vitaionit tlrctdisuedrrrwiill hr gool for
tegwhr enii iritisiliiialllyd. Tic
rcaoniifrliostploniniiicihecgamiicit ht
itia thoughttiunifir t10sedtei i jiiiort
intio a camiipionshiii gonc iuntill ihecy
hiaiiechad imiiicto nsufficintly rcorc
liomtheffecrtof ilieir hatrdconitest-.
writ te frlinei ilMiony igi.
PROElIOSSORfSCOTT ILVII
(0 ON ,l CIcC 'RP
ProifettsorScot, of Itic Cglitd-
primetiwill lrovc for aiicfiveoiats' ic-
tuicglirip throughlh t i ulirig Apri.
Ie It- ben askedtitoiletre atiaroios
eastierin cleges taind till levto ospa
at tr1-im .\iiwrr colleg oi April 5. Ic
wiltllirecatilClumiialitwic oi April
. iit~ichetuiversityiandtotheiraduaolitelt
clib.liiiApril 7 hrtill tsptailbefirer
kecptir.,tindl before te (Ohio Sateui-i
vrctiy tudeniition April 9. It nih-
jcci iiill lieiiiithr rduae stdylroi
3 CXIV EctROBINScN )1 I.
Yr-titrilttr woridwatitrcetiedIf t-
welikow fi i-i iurtitheiiaihletic ld.
htaving-rc.XiidtaIc-ccor italofth a dgrifi-
ti-cllgli t iiiiimeu tie ii islongt
orteion theiiflitl n iccatdtoisictt
Intercollegiate Notes.
Iun Si.teirwariL. Woodiiford, o f New
YorktCity, ther well-kotn x-cogrcr-
maii, till dlr te icommneneenitotd-
dressihis yeroatortihwetrnitunier-r
st. Mr- Wouofrwtrotiteiicplrin~ii-
centliefrethedirpblirci irtheioutbrak
of itie Spnih-Americ n war, whnrti
triiicenion pasedl by the 'lg
nine" iiitrid ofi cimtro. hotsrcivedl thi
tfficiu ialpprotal of tiliveoicrit f
CafterontheNiarooniioardlifli hyicarlo
cfltriianidirtltitcionltrl afepiedirty
, unianimoiiutitle teentirr otly of
recomendatiion. No tirathltic hiari
woo empowrrrdltoitakr finl ationin i
the nmater, Coictotwillitniilfim for
the nt- rules,
Satifactory tailorinig atsaifactry
pricrs. Fuller & O'Connor. 619 r. hWil-
liamistert. f
latser repairrd.
Toscrfully fitedl ad tettrd.
CrEoRIf IALIErR, Mai fS.

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The Ball of Durability
A iiiiiliieiicn e tl it
al idspriceid in
5c to $1..2,5
A fiill inie i( I e, Nit tu-
flats and IOther '-'applic Sit
Loweat Prices
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

C X l 't Xt~l li IANIcCC'l'i

to inig t ad littu i h x u rtii it t ic'that '1apI ti mt 1 lst-i htto comteti t he--~
tt-li t trowd t-i that ti ing uouifo tiii ittballtSITii ut lit I iioti new cam r lb
ci-uttuetingsttartiiotitcniitifenceitotu antiTic uuua stitt 4 ls i gndadts
Mcesiiian i cicl icite cce if.iNA 'tati- itere given te membrsil th-tiii e
beiv ut the u rtila eal:Mihign iatt- uive cut-utr tiw i cmencitandtut hei
lunluthat it uffci i.ii Xutcii tslf. Whn teiiit-uit't -n as ec ive t iti-th
iproiper tio-ccas io i-.frdthaX t sir it Xnewt uuurgantized Ntit l Asso- iat-o1
t ill man iifettiittelf tatsupptul Mi uiician fIUnver ity Ph togratph icC us ai-
iit iiinIe t idrf-ti udenituacivt itt iPer- il;;the Camraii cuto ujo fiin th i iirg n
liltin teupatitetmeuwhohavere- iza t w ich toruginted tti lt-e i ver-ifai
rectietiv it lncuragement.XX at d aippieil ofii clutu s eattt oft thet it issistsippi riitrt
iiiitinthaiit was the 'irl(nc. iSur l t lit- Theut Camera i ct ub decu-iiidto accetc tihie
ig tn has no m re honoraii i ht. Xoc- itt ionto t tuuu nd ial i le.. ifita in
tiucrto a nd deateii .. We si ouiinoitr t i onalitclu wh uic ti t i c c r c the tia
eite te ipritlickmitftit rcl gi a ftic re. l lt lu um- i ltt i
athetcsitu o r rvary inintllcttl s rrageifr u ui lteb-rlawscurthei
1 Iuly t ense. iiii'IThetr mtit- metic- gu ti o-i thettusinetu ot heii ci i atiutu tarIto' iiern

tON AND
OFF LIKE
A COAT
TELLS THE STORY OF THE
C OAT
SHIRTS
Madd ifselrctdieokir
of h gahcermntis as pr
fetats i madens rdr
$1.50 and mr
Cluett, Peabody & Cs.
irc..iest akeiriof l
0. M,! maptill UNERAL
Office 20th S. 4thi Ave. Phioiie 8.
Rleidece 302 S. 5thi Avc. Phone 314.
AMB5ULANCE ON CAlL
Safety and Ease
and comfort in shaving are
found oniy in the soothing
lather of the old reliable
WILLIAMS'
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tea.na Laeva Agar. Arbor
Going North 9:5 a. inm, and 4:35 p. oM.
Going South lu:20 a.ei.,i11:15ia. Monad 7:51. M.
J. J. SIlIBY, WV. T. WILS,
Gen'l Pass. Agenit, Agent,
'Toledoi, Ohaie AinsArbor' Slihh
Bell phone 13:5-1hr domne phone 698
ALRJGAN CENLR'I
5f77,& Niagara Fallis Pauto
Chicago , Buffalo Boston New York
lTrough Trains Base-8.18 a. ai., 1.40 p. in.,
4.55 p. on., 8.31 p. mn. 11.05 p. mn.
Locals East-6.05 a. om., r*1.10sin ., *455p.m.
c8.36 p. iii.
Through Trains Wet-2.07 a m~,,7.53 a. om.,
4.18a. m., 2.33p. tm. 10.20 p. mn.
Locals West-2124is. om., *8.05 a. i., *1.40 p.
M.,tm*6.0p,oM.
* (Eept Suanday.)
Cosnnetions at Ciacago for St. Lomus
Kcansas City and the West.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

LIMITED SALE
Of S. L. A. Tickets
About 2010 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
$Z2.00, Izichisdirig Reserve
The price of seats (unreserved) for Sousa's Band is
$1.01), 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 num-
bers, including Frederick Warde, on March 12.
SALE OPENS 9 A. M., MARCH 10
S. L. A. Office, .( Uzlversity Hall

Stationery at ZChe Co-O~p.
We hotve just received a shipment of brand ne~w
Crater 'itt', Seal, and Address Stationery from
DREKA & CO., Philadelphia
W~e invite you to call slnd exam~inle it. YouI will
tic pleasedl with the quality and price.
Dho't hue fooled. W~e are thet ca11e of thle pres-
clnt era of low prices.
Buy at the CoO

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Louglas Shoes WA HR-DTi-e Shoeman 218 So. Main St.
Gym Shoes'-'I II u

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