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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

f94
Go 6fluWI[D co.
THE
LEADING
Tailors
Makers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.

A SP[CIALTY
311 S. State St.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Our Engraved
visiting
Cards and
Stationery
are made for us by a
metropolitau firm
famuous alike for the
quality of their work
a u d their origiual
styles. Well gladly
quote you prices on
auy brauch of this
work and show sam-
ples.
Sheeban & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Special Prices 01M
Leather Pillows
Including
f1I-IIGAN SEAL
Until April 1st
DARLING & IIALLEAUX
224226 S. State at

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TH-IE MICH-IIGAN DAILY. 'alwli ixiixit l)ff l; . oxic tletis have
'll ii rcpc mxilythat thley do iitot care
Entere d s secod clas atrai te:n o fxa1t<t cxx ixrAxx i ii' xih '1i11oitriCollege
Arbor li Posxx xiice -'l1. lDire-ictrlauidl's lixiixcixil report
Pub~lished daily (Monidasxceptedll dlurinxg m i)n' (M -all he x'.l xxlst loll cx.-
thxe uiollege year, at51loEstOWashinxgtxon - ~ Vi lii x'lxx
stret. Bell phone 892. Homte phxxxe 76. c x xixx '\\-iiilt ('i xex. \ll xc 'Nera xxe
Managiag Editor, CLYDE L. DEW xw1ii ( lix rijixwich liclioxedl ihe hlie
nosiness Manager. WALTER R. HANS - caolxxare ii:i\lxxiiredlii'xliiiii
EDITORS. imatedi I lxxx xli xx xxi iiixiarous -e ltxe
Athletics........ . Clorence E. Eldridgelox titees 1 ix ilil li eiiic xiianab
Nexs............Louiiit . Stixckney soxlixi i iiipoiiiiii n.sincealliotx e
Eixchanxges .......toaries iE. Whiredfl' fod ,xxlxlx-ic are xlixixixcili
Musc.............A. iH. Oxtteyerepcnxix xiupon xxxxixxi . xthe xxproposed
Womxxen .......... Effle J. Armxstrongx
new refoiiil must i nevxxi iita ly resul t in
ED~ITORtIAL. STAFF. tea lxxx ~ nerolgit theis
Hugh Allexn FrankilinxC. Fox-s. xxh eslt iii lbe1 r xilx(Iiby xlix
Arthuxr C. Poud.
xxx lxxxhodsias an iii lxx icxigaexlcaxlami-
ASSOCIATES. iv..ahetcsar ithoutii doxubii xxxe of
Gleorge A. O srns Haioild C. Smtxi hexi 111,1111 fa ictos i xx,1iiii coxlexe life
Ferris N. SmitSh lGeorge A. Barnes ttatcan toal. hyaru,
Robert H. Csncy Fank J. Clark iiiiiixiiiiiii
Herry F. Schiulte Ilenxy A. Montugomery tii iiiandiii ii x'xCi llxgeipirxxit> I ixx
D. F. Stevensnx Joihx F. Wurz 1i xxx'x clxxxi feebleli thoutxi xxxii iii ii ihe
Glenn 'D Bradiley lloyd IH. Jotei aer cs x-xi' to'a'ii i xxiiiroundedxlii lvcl-
Roy V. Lull olxxxiii , andiwi iii' ixxix hat xi ax iaxnxi lxx
RATESx $2.50 per year, ior $2.00 iif paidxinisCaxnxotixr xi xxiii not secxtisisxiix
sdvance. 1iiixxle xxxin ie xr1(.
Address: WALTER R. HANS Business
Maaager, 236 S. 12thS.,Phone 849L. \ii..i'io iii ixi ofxtilsistoy xasi
fauty ~ xo\ i xi no xalow prji ce
MARCHSNN..6.6dxi27. 90.ixllifi sxtxxs11e t1 V~co1iii.
i "xixrixii PH11L" S TEVN NT. \'Ii C'i iii liiiaePrfesr iiilgl
CAtENDAR. ottohac ' itsr-rhingxxe ffects
and in the last statementxheiever mad
:aari 8-xx .FN Sicoxit lbxfore xlii l xxxfor ixixxpub lcaion P xoxsis I xxixiilxxiiid
ooia so it xiii01 iithe lijx'ci, a uh ixai} xltixi thati nothing wouldi ii
Plie IGenesesixoflC ixixitilxcaxxii xcauxxiatr luettauto see
Sigits, xiin -Rooxxii , UUii ersixxr'li lli, iiiiti i l ii li i aboxiixliixi tte e t ta
7:30 p. 1x.iitrcolegite ontets r ld cex i tter-x'
Maxit 28-2 --Su fotila iiiiiiitelx sho1,xxx at.11 lxx andill- 1 linis a fa tlsehood.xi Nix'
xxchool of - ihitxC. hllng nyn-i'ho-intnc .-1
liar xxi xi Juioir i iiltbnq et. I,xixe M li'e, a iS i n ixix ix xi atx lici xx' has bee
NVI iitiixxxiLxk1.xeatedlxx itiianyhii ngl butlxii heixmoiit lxx
lixix iii Sexxixiii-.xf thei'Ciila ia 'xl iii eet ico rtesy. I x ii hclxxii tini s So
fxrxtcxx Sair it Uxx..xeil A gellihlii vagiue, i ixiso i xivxiso ryad i rial that
1:30 p. x11 iiiid'8:45;iP. Ill- weii witnderi thxtx i t sxiiould eve have
Carcnii of hf phv tc~l nld ']tll] iiill 'cxxiir iio x c olliiiii ii

Intercollegiate Notes.
C'luiii a i iii xxlxi xnixttixdlsomtingit oiverit
$1,50. 1it t n5x .a i .xtiii'i lixaraci
t'hxirtif \N'iarx pvxxx (xxxfi~i atlil
t.'tixetxmix-xxit'xiiixxxiixxii'xxi of
$too~xoo fromii lheiestateiiof the lxi lateMr.
'Illom sol Six xxi. for tile. exr'x'xixxxxxof ;t
The ' iDelta'Taxxetafiixtlrxity teamxii
wo'x't i nter-i' lix' I il xhoi ng con
test iaxthe itittixritylofxIi oitiit ani d xx
U. S. gii~'intiltt IIt,.Pro . C'I. i i Clert
amtii axixirgx'riiitoii of l ixlaxxxxi St'xxfordx
profesx'orsx xilxxxiveflxxxn xtende
tripi fii' i'ooloigicali x'x'xe ix ';m ixixi exxi-
gliin theliinoxxrthwesli t'll Pacific nii
iPiof . W. . -Upsnxoldingxi theixchi
in itr ue iixi'xx n thelx'U tix-iiti xf l ili-
nc xoia, xauthor iii d xpact, jnxxxpx-xd fro im
a rigeifite lix' iipxiptli-i'Sxt
xiiia~ l ii inutg. liex' s xxxi- fril
t (lie ax' a - rxes ii. Ix I i'hasa vetot' r
folherah xcin i unknown.i~ ii-i
the xxxxitrixc hmit. i in that oxi port.
i s college' pubtlic ai t ii.- 'xi irei-are
Att~li t t eialsho lofte liiri
purge, i.'p xxto - s it eiil l. T i
languge 1a xix iixtin c to'x fi lliai lon
flti nexied i' ifor ii 'xa ixier~dtngue. Tali
cxi' oil ixt'txct. Mx hh cxnnttibxi e xonei
ofithiemsi. lttgnxtgxxxux'. as-teya
iii' 't txdifiutixf. xxind iti-fll o x cep-x' x
tn. P.xxiitx'tolxx wasxxii omplexted Ii IM
liii'l thrxi xiiih thiti ntxiii lerso
trutu nhf aremiii-tx y.intx-itorxxof
lit-i-i' Iniy woue rding ouitti' i s ch m
11101' I'xixii' xx'e 'xttt'ii xx i ti n rootsxx
tvithixthe scxuxxx xxigli oriimeaingh
tmeit lya pliedxxxiii sxxiot i n Ixt iio
hiltix'el riultt;iffxixramiticrxwhxiii

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CATCHERS' MIIISV
We ale equlippefd tilsprilng
wxih abxolutleiy tixe hig'h( :,
gradline ofXi litls cccl iimanu
faceltired.
Mitts snd Prices Follow
Spalding's Perfection, $6.00
Spalding's League, $4.00
Spalding's 0. A. Mitt, $2.00)
Spalding's Amateur, $1.51)
Others at
$1111), 50c, 25c and 10c
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

a

icali Coiferee.i UChemicail lxi xxx
Jointxisetsio1110 tc Cxitxixicl0 .11
ix 11ii ULxxguaiteliCixferencesx at
SaiaitCxxxllAngelf hll.I8 1xt lix
of the 'icxxiganxAicullltualx col-
cxx xiiin lie isubiextBitr110" 1Phys-
Gexnerl sessxxxon1 of1x theli iii x x
SeiOlooi txoexx 'clxiiianxt ichii'iiganx
Acxtiictti'of Scienice. U(itxexiti,
lxxiii. 8:30 xx. Ill.
Sesioxif thile Phical andxxiiiChiemi-
ixtl Conflerence. tx.xihyxicallaoia
lxii'. T1:15 p.I- ll.
Aprt'i 6--asxoxciatliontllbxanquext, \ixNAilixix
tail, 8-ip. Ill.
'Thie emphtilc cientixtl by'Presient
Anigell xi tile reportxlthatxil.Nicixig.' xxiil
leadi liie moxve'etto iaboxxlsh footballx
gamxxex t-eixen'tthe titreeIbiginlxiversi-
ixs comesixasx axsourxce ofi ttnalloyedii jxi
lxx the xstdit-tubiody. Sticih axmovemxeti

C. E. BARTHELL,
Law and
Medical Books
N INV AND Slt 'ONi) Ii A NDi.
DICTIONARIES
PRACTICE BOOKS
QUIZ COMPENDS
OUTLINES, ETC.
Cash or Exchange for your old books.
C. E. BARTHELL
Phoer761
325 S. State Street, 2d Flxoor
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Itxxappearsxxx very sxuspxic ionsi x thalix ftxhe
manxixhomx Professor xxilxxxoirt'e e o
x'raftinom xated or iasessorixx'thei
democraitxii' lxveiixxo.Satrdxytighto
thex city -xxx'e xxiyiyi'ol lxthat ithe xmattetr bex
liii xstliax

SI (i1l.:

J (111S FITI) A ii 1NN Itlj''

I'liii GiixsSex'nir Socit hld itsli
(u-s anual an xilelatxhe uttinixgcaexii
lxi x xic lasix ( xxxxixJord ,nxaxd .NIt'x.
Wiarrenx'xx i. inxttixx iil rexitheixguetx
ofhoor
The ro iian itabesxweexdecrate
ini yelow, the oie'xi't'sxcolors:x xyellowx
dafxifodxiiwxxxixelox''1 Iloralxx'xx dexoratxionxx.
lAxx'rxlix'binxetxx properxx hadxx'' enx Ts-
cussed .xxxx Niiss x V tixain thexx'oficex
ofi toastmastexrxx. ixalild uxioi seve'r'il it
thei membrsxoi epn txc lxxxtitilxxoxoix.
ii x- ithe ixoas t 'x'xsondetoii welx x' lx
'''he tIn'ependelxnt Gillo.' 'Tile Seiori
''s"Cou ation'xixx.'' andi '"TheiiFuturte
ofi theiii' Sx c ie ixity.

Insure your Face
against irritationh. Keep it
smflooth and healthy by always
using
ILLIAMiS Tc"

S. Lo A. COURSE
S..ousa's Band
Single Admission, . . $1i.00 (unreserved)
Season Tickets may be reserved for remaining five num-
bers of Course for 50 Cents.
S. L. A. OFFICE HOURS, 5 to 6 P. M.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
The S. L. A. Treasurer will be in his office every day
this week from 5 to 6 P. M.
MARCH 30 UNIVERSITY HALL

Our New Department is
TAI LOR.KI N G
HOW DOES IT STRIKE YOU?
We purpose carrying a line of choice and nobby
woolens, and are now ready to take your orders for
Spring and Summer outfits. Styles the latest.
Workmanship guaranteed. Prices right.
We have secured the services of G. E. Mitchell,
cutter, of Detroit, who will be here every Tuesday
atnd Friday from 1 to 8 p. in., to take charge of the
nieasuring, cutting and fitting.
Call and see us. We will consider it a pleasure to
show our goods.
Ghe CO-oOP. STORE

u

ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Trains:.'LsavaAnn.Arbor~
Going North 9:05 a. xm. sod 4:35 p. m.
Gohng Sooth l:2S a. i., hh Sia. m. and 7:5h p. m.
,1. J. KIRIBY, W. T. WILLS,
Genl Pass. Ageot, Agent,
Txlrdxx, Ohio Ass Arbor, SiloS
Bell phonr 133-hr Home phione 698
XJdRIoAN CENTRAL
"xlhe Niagara Falls Ruoso
Chicago Buffalo Bioston New York
Through Trains Eait--8.18 o. in., 2.40 p. nm.,
4.55 p. in., 9.30 p. m. hIS05 p. m.
Locals East-6.05 aom., ru1S1.10in ., 04.05 p~xm.
Through Trains West-2.i ,, i~ 7.58n.,
9h.18in ., 2.33p. mn. 10.20 p. m.
Locats West-224lia. m., *8.28 a. in., 01.40 p.
m., *6.10p, m.
* (Exeth,Ssunday.)
Connections at Chicago for Oh. Louis
Kfansas City sod Iho Want. -
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

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C:GARS, TOBACCO,
CANDIES

THE MECCA BILLIARD PARLORS

334
SOUTH STATE ST

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