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THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MIC-HIGAN DAILY.
k P E" f 'Ae4 Int d a sconad cass nmatter t theAnn
ilk* , tc Artbor iPostoffice
Publishetd daily (Mondays excepted) during
T H the ncllge year, at 117 East Washington

The (clt)tratLhl a COO ltis Is S I N"Scott-
1igh beoethteyii II it IWorl.'rhe ex--

LEADING
Tailors
Makers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
[FU11 DRESS SUITS
A SPECGIALTY
j311 S. State St.
Aanrx Arbor, Mich.
The
golf
season
is nearly here 11n
now is a good time to
overhaul your clubs,
see what new ones
00u need, and come
in and pick theim out.
A good tune to re-
paint old golf balls,
too,
A full liue of sup-
plies at
Sheehan & Co's

street. Bell phone 892. Home phone 76.

FI

Managing Editor, CLYDEJ.. DEW=-
Business Manager. WALTER R. HANS
Athetist......Ciarence EI. Eidtidge
News............Louis 0. Sticntey
iExchangen. .......Charlet F. Winstead
Music .........A. It. Ortmeye
Womaet,.......Effie 3. Armsttroncg
FODITOLIIAL STAFF.
Huagh Alen Franklin C. Parks
Anthur C. Pound.
ASSOCIATES.
GeoreaA. Osbaon ilid C. Smlith
Ferris N. Sm~ith George A. Barnes
RIbert H. Clany Frank J. Ciark
Henry F. Schulte iHenry A. Montgomtery
I. F. Steen,son Johna F. Warz
Getni) Bradley Floyd Ii. Jones
Roy V. Luti
RATES: $2.50 pt, pear, or $2.oo i paid itn
advntce.
Address: WALTER R. HANS Business
Manager. 2361 S. 12th St.. Phone 849 L.
IICRSI)A 1', Sa CCIl 21).1906.
dior today--JOHN F. wuRZ.
CALENIDAR.
.M1aI. 2g1)-Sitifoia min1istrel shots at
Sc)hIo)lof AMtiaie.
Alar. 29-Jtitor lit banquet, lake H-ouse,
Whtiittore Laike.
lar. 211 Sessions of tic Classical Coo-
fereice. SarahltCaswell Angel) tall.
1 :30 p. Il. aind 8 :45 .
Ses.sionl (f ltePitysical and ChemI-
calCton~fence.IICh Ientical labora-
ttC>, 2 p. 11.
Joit sesionl of ite ClasOsicIIatitd
Sal odeiCII anguage Conferences, Ill
Saraht Caswell Angel)lIta)), 8 p. nm.
Address. by Prof. NV.1B. Barrons
(If the MSichigatt Agricuttlural col-
lege, 011nteisubject, "Birds. Plys-
calI laboratory, 8 p. lm.
IC[a. 2(d-Autiial election ittiversity
Yotttg idlea's Chtristian As.sociatlioll.
NIIIC. 30-Sousa's baitt, on S. 1L. A.
courseI. t:niversily tall, 8 p. ill.
Genterall aev.iorl of theC'Michigan
Schtoolmtasters' cIIIb)a01111ichigait
Aca~dem~y of Science. Ultiversity
tall,. 8:30 a.Ill. 1

renlI'epressiontoth 1e diaprot1)Ilioni
of lhetudenIIt bodyast aillitself entiriely
tmtitntnrtntablC :butt it ii~te nitural
outlecle of ie radical actCionI of lhe fac
uthy. t twill take )pear 1o remtove 1111
brealchthilat as lbett creael between
facilty anttlstdetts bh lis affair The
--fcllvty ae carriedtl )t1hleir programt
wtih at hight hadtlad ae cast asil
1111on1stdentIotor ad hoest. Te'
cttmpiliietie h as leettreceived ithIle
spirit itt whlichtit wall) gli.
lTe athletic IIatagetettaisttle cot
gratutlated lont aran.tgig t basebtll gmtei
twitht Attherst. IThe iteralt ithlis colt
lcatLies itttefact aIt M ichiga Ias
1no t et11an1easternt tamto the,1 ltdiamoncd
since Co rnetent a n IIilte'rest smet
-years ago. .A good gacen)l ets
stte ort eoe~rctc, a Amhtlerlttill b1n
aistong g .gregtiontto ClAnn ror.
SINVO)NIAC 'MINSTRCELS
SCORE BG; SUCChSS
Te'Sinfonia fratrnity Sordtlat wel't
tcsa't'x su ccesatwitlthleirmnte
shtow 'last ee'tig atttt pleasd) atlarg
atudicet wiltth nCxcCCedigy'clver pIC-
forman~lc. lTattitstrslr o pr aeel
twhIih t gave rnto thettcva'rsaility of
Alxandettt ar Stca AtgtrtScttit andttt
Irc It)tttlE al lhett as end tmttn.
Thsolsweeeccptionally ool) ad
11e onlyI coant 111 tbefountd is tat
Mttt Iaer1e st tawiof ltlhem. JceIBerr,
solotsdal1( 1)ll trea' dsere heatytil
pratat orthirlelaorts. CG.. 1' lecering
tn ne is diretI ionlthte awiticimsi
and jests of te blac-face artiss iwere
smoothly11) 111d)effectves' gie.
The stgel'at rangmenlts115atttclproperC-
ties 11d1b1en c ti ristically cocied ttd
gav cottsideraletote to teIperforii
nth.olo tea'Killecn broters wth~
their 1111sict)alspecilies trae easily ltha
bast ft'Ittre, adtttheir wor1kawotld cott-
pareCvtay favtorabl 1with1'any) vaudeilt
stt to he tseetn tnt atgood circuit.
Joec Smitilthellacolorcd a ca rnd winitg
datcer, wis tee))receivcad, adAtgtst
Sctitd as "Stmibo oil Scltttidt''gv
at sery clevrmoolotgule. Oto llo .1CC
attd Fred Killeenl affordet opporttnit
for at good lu~ght wit teir skit, The
Funny Pair,"teir cork biglthamors'
acceptile a tts wsaanot0overtaone.
"The Rehear sat- as a concldig felt
tre did not1 attaint the igt st,'tandrd of
te oter arts (f teprogrmtladtts
acio ws a t rila forcedCaldla riticial.
Al in atI, te Sintfoiia mintsre1C)of
last eveingII were a'far ahelada)of atlaprt-
aiu ((IlstempII~ts of tis organlizaion atd
nmade atit eveigs eteranmoettlwhict
coiltdbostsloflmanyl hIig-clss feaurs.
Thtc general) crdic semedcI ts beth1a1
evideitces of amlatrisllte re agreebly
absent a1n11 ta t teitatagemnis to1
be conlgratullated on11aniiexceptionlpeitr
formantice. 'The sutsaited itieres of te
auldienace was very eidettanldteir
heatipl~tau~tse ttindenaids for ci-
dces told of te scess of the mlistrel.
The perforimanice wal))-'e repeaed at

Ita'. Schootl ofi Musia thtis e(lath 0.liiand
anonetde sirintoi ay e ry ,L U11)
coser avititttepaalear of t wl
aictedl anid tiglt sI tanad paerformtace
call gratify tlthe xcalICltatnsi attend-
intg. There atre some last et) seats -,ill)
10 be oltlaintedtl Ithe boxoff1icc.The
programlI\vIaswtcat)iedlotaIS iiblisItea
in yesterday's l~It ls

RI CI"PTION FOR Pt, 'aYRS
,leatsanlt gathlerintg. Profeassort Staltyc
g'a 'ill enIttininta~lk on1"German
Msiata Iatar intthelaeva'ning dantcintg
wecre st'rt'ed.
NE T S{t.'I''l IZ IS (W.'
past lfs' years SMltsI WellltIs ise
a sotvetttcant helt) ine1 a thil ye1' ivs'
upt h ighdaliso ths o t
yeas.TheIov. cottIg'a aptureycaf
s0etal Thit i de1'clntainsta muchilar
bokstill'sIor alrt atoilre.
Intercollegiate Notes.
'Thta'nttveasity tofiKansas is thv
till bttiltdittg sail) bein1 sh111ort llnd i
ail) betrea y fo otccIuIl ancy11 by1111 t lE 1
The tw~a'e ttfotr11111at Illt~a 11 s
eittsupied wttt t he111111)111alitocacysof
chat e is in foo)tbalbt sno ippt
T a uto isfa r- tttaIls'aa')ta)l,)as
itl i paedabythe cocdis nt th
tenenc acitto degeneateal pitto mgeatt
alitic ls'po rt.Th elcino catnhs
dem'a'dott IlauortIis.Itha111111ays
seena s ua 111to aeylec ltt atin) immed-t
itelylat te csl~lt Nttltt' -season, SIndlila
511111tinc m ae tons ir t a t tte'"M loot tilt'
dh colas' tiit i rttet) ll-ditng1away
a-ltic lnlthere i agi c k ptta'ientinta(its'
holly dottl maklles tsarottuctttcis lms.
bily in a111 citcal1111 I an5 yu
mas1s10' ~ me t . 'C' i s 1111tr'a tiatd sIiClt

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CATCHEIRS' MITTS

Wenire equlipped thin spring
wiati abstolutlytyhinhigher t
gridelite of Mitts ever inanu-
fiet tired.
Mitts aod Prics Folios':
Spalding's Perfection, $6.00
Spaldlstg's League, $4.00
Spalding's 0. A. Mitt, $2.00
Spaldings Amateur, $1.50
Others at
$1.t00, 50c, 25c and 10c
'WAHR'9S*
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

C. E. BARTHELL,
Law and
Medical Books
NEW 'AND SFA"ONDIT IAND.
DICTIONARIES
PRACTICE BOOKS
QUIZ COMPENDS
OUTLINES, ETC.
Cash or [xchaige for your old books.
C. E. BARTHELL
Phone 761
325 5. State Street, 2d FHoar
Ann Arbor, Mhch.

f Students' Bookstore

__________________________________tics:_ - S siltn atf te ttPhysictha tl ('Itelo'
Special Prices 4on t cat)Contference. Phtysicatl ltbora-
L.eathe r Pill owxvs lS113i-1bast rday (alt'sattior Tits tt gel
Lea he' cpntl gown1'11measureC5sl Aack
Inclading & Cits
1fIICIGCAN SEAL CApri) t-Adldress by Bisopi C. (3. Will-
lulls. 'Slechillanll,111.6:30 iP. Ill.
VestlI Apr-1Ist :Cpril 6-Perry lecture by Professor
Xfoltonttl Chicagot. Newb lerry hall,
DARLING & rIALLEAUX Cprtl 6--sociationl bant.til.hcllillatl
224.226 5. state St till, 8ip. mH
S. Le Al. COURSE
Sousa's Band
Single Admission,, . $1.00 (reserved)
Season r ickets may be reserved for remaining five num-
bers of Course for 50 Cents.
S. L. A. OFFICE HIOUPS, 5 to 6 P. M.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
The S. L. A. Treasurer will be in his office every day
this week from 4 to 6 P. M.
MARCH 30 UNIVERSITY HALL

y
f
1

BDe Fair
to your face and your 'face will
be fair and shaving a pleasuie.
Always, use.
WAM 9STIC

Our New Departmrent is
T A ILORI NG
HOW DOES IT STRIKE YOVU?
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
and Friday from 1 to 8 p. in., to take charge of the
measuring, cutting and fitting.
Call and see us. We will consider it a pleasure to
show our goods.
..he CO-OOP. STORE

ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tre~a s.Lsa.va Awn Arbor
Going North 9t0S a. em. and 4:35 p. em.
Going Sooth t:20 a. m.,11:aaa.nm. and7t51 p.
J.3J. KIRBY. W. T. WILLS,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Agent,
Toledo, Ohio Ann Arbor, Mich
Bell phonte t35-it Home phone 690
ICHI6AN CE~NTRAL
"The Niagara Falls Route"
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trains East-8.18 a. mn..12.40 p. m.,
4.55 p. mn., 9.311 p. m. 11t05 p. no.
Locals East-6.t5 a.im., *11.i0 a. in., *4.05 p.m.
*8.36 p. mo.
Through Trains Wet-i.07 a m~,,7.58 a. to.,
9.h8 a. mn., 2.33p. a' 10.20 p. no.
Locals West-no4 a. in., *8.28 a. mo., *1.40p.
M.o.0 hpesM.
* (Except Suehday.)
tonneetions alt Chicago for St. Louhs
Kansas City anod the West--
W. W. CASEI, Agent, Ann Arbor

.:

CIGARS, TOBACCO,
CADDIES

THE MECCA BILLIARD PARLORS

334
SOUTH STATE ST

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