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THE MICHIGAN DAILY"-

' ~THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
6.n.Us WILD CO. 1 1 cla scod lss rttratth i n
Published daiy (Maadaysexcapted) durig
TH thecollege er, at tutp7East NVashingtaa
street. Ball phone 892.. I tnaai phona 76.
LEADING
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
Business Manager. WALTER R. HANS
Tailors - cahaogc-.
Athlics.........Clrnc . Eldr-idge
News...........Losis 1). Stickney
Makers of Men's Clothes. lltTOtRtAL STAFF.
All the latest London styles lugh :AlenFranklin C. Parks
and fabrics for any and all Arthua C. Paund.
occasions. ASSOCIATES.
George A. Osborn Harald C. Smtith
-Ferris N. Smith Gerge A. Baanes
RIbhat H. Clanay Fraatk J. Clark
U DRSS UIT Hsry F. ;Schaltta Henry A. Mostgomtery
U K 313 1). P. Stevesons John F. Wara
Glen DBradlay Floyd It. Joess
A~ SPEICIALTY ]toy V. Lull __
11RATES$.$lasspea yar, ar 2.00 it paid is
advanc.
Address: WALTER R. BANS' Business
311 S. State St. Manager. 236 S. lath St., Phone 849 L.
Araen Arbor, Mich.

Base
Ball
Gloves
Of Provem.
Quaality
Ive ct4eil i 011
pal-soi llhcotnvitnce
you that Spadinig's
Gloves are far sttpe-
rior to othtery itt de-
sign, duality and
workntship. The
favorites tltis year are

S A TV'RDX:Y. \I ARCH 31,. 1906.
Editor today-FLOYD H. JONES.
CAtENDAR.
\iIa _1I ast day11for-senor ]its-to ge
& Coos.
\1eii It- ititress-by ish-topt C. D. VIlt-
ias. Icl ian halti,6:30 5p11m.
Ap i l-eect lecturec by Professor
Dalliy ioairdtleach at Oyster lav at
12 o'clock( 0today.

rial. lThey hav1e tie meril thai they
bring all the tiiitii.of le 110 (111.1s
of1 11111i11teesitedilltie-iiattrit cait
he icctaknfor graitei t 11111 iliili iorkc
isef out to a Satisfacor form.
SC1ISI1ITES ARRA\NfEl)
FR IAIR-CUTTING
(Con~ltoliledi fromi page oe.)
par11ticutiilaradthey ifeel firmtly convitced
tha any-. plan1 hichidoeseet suitch ~
1111111resitdgoodelati.ntotoleimilae
fitith Sie doeel ethat thesefor conde-
class-siritiand wlteseat toisteone of th
cntetsl-ndcigratify his .cs spirit ii
al pere.cly-legiitcit manintie. Itis ialo
iiiined to kI. ieep o0111aly l>emteiiiof
of 1111 con11es1s dcevelop in11o 111r11athletic
featurles.
Soic scheelli hich 1111-c iciilasc mc
coldinersttemsictvesiiandiiatewichiii
they couild coi.dutct ttemelces a get-
T111he c-etail-. of tese forc plinsic1ave
iicubit ir ii wort11:11to1te geeal
coitte I to'lclk tis cafterlon,
At that time 1111elentire eeries-.wiill li
worked.out. theetais. iercfecte, anti
the mtteee arragedlithai it iimay ho
this fternon'swo 1111ll e-stillished
The i sub-coiiittiees w1110 haive- hccdlthe
perfecing o f iietaitlsiderteirlisuier-
visil ionace;:Tagof-war, CaieaiCoe,
Cx, litiiil.ciiti tciimeralciroc, Cai-
111n11 1m lce ,cLtropltc lelel dus ll ci
calilest. iCha.iranri us.ihccc.- Ricl, Gr-
haln:re 111rac, Chirmlilnl.Stev-ienson11i,
PENII NG ([ilt1-OLDS
FIRST1 PRIAIlN.RIES
Till-first tlel-iaties wic-ecliiforc
till selIetion111of ihe fecig ieamitfor
ihs e-~, iT'hursdayiaftrnoo, ii the
fencinga roomlt Iltepil. The resulti
yeas that rerettniiShtelitnadlCok
11111 tleirerihtto 1disipucte wititheci
cl-illntctiii. Cradlie SatdactintdtZcltisi,
thiri.riigh~t to thtc ptoitio. The ots
showed iciicci~cnidraleiproemenilc t over
1110s1 of 1ovccrc-lacs, Itaid the coeit
threecccill gice lie teami a hard figi.
Ecery fternoiioniati430 colle-icscill1
tak pelatce 11cc. eltit1c-niciiie-. .of iie
poition.1 lAnyone eiho crescti coeis1
Tisc is helast.cyear fori Grale an11
Neiluiethi.bctinitis eiors. Gradle, lie
pceiident of thefeinciig clith andelcp
freiu rueariaccc haclhel isicplace
e(ccsce.ul Incistcs.opoioir year. y)
defe-atiiong uaoccki ie etatlichehimit-
se11111101pio feicr of lieunier-
Sidai1oh eginoerlie secotidlmnem-
ccc, mate dieaIc i is iicfrshmnauyear.
lie is 1111e1of le imosct exietfoil

tanlese1 andlihasiccide CEdle- igt
hardfor ic positioni.
11e1111at tliencd of hisicsoihomorecyerci
tndhasheld his plce ice le.
'Thece three cccii cill have oe of the
hardlest lightsiniithleir career ihei they
citdShetoic. Breetont aicilCook.1an11
the olccoice ic awaiedl icithccosider-
cblce interest. iThe three iceni ch cii-
yiyceicill dcccl inithe iiac for fr-c. sec-
ondil and thied p11-.cii ontc teaici
NOV'il, PLAN SkG(;ESTED
lFR-tAROUSI NE I.,EEIfSLAIN)RS
The folilwing letter hasi le-cn reciced
b,. Hiugh Allein, preidle-nt of le 9Mich-
ig tiUnion, fromtia vyountg lachy, t r-
cii gradutetiof (lie univiceriy. It is
reprotduceecibecause of de csggestioncit i
cottais, whiich is at least cworthy of
reflectioct. The lteler cottaincid a chec1k
for le cbhilitisic futini.
"The Mihigani Daiy- 16fhMacht.1i
conltaiins anieditorial Icocrnig Prof.
>ucitingtlilii-o1111r fioimiCiciagi 1111
hipobbleliss-to-I tie le-cic cit. 'Tie
articleaikle.'is tile 111t51111om eay iof
caliniig Ithce attnionililof tilieoleio.f te
statel to the 1f(1ct ct liey- hcue tbll-l
re-ting1111l the retige of the 111a1titili
other unlive rities,. more- actice atici bit-
ier endlowearc raenlli iniiig ley-i-upi
"Is thlure inot -somie cci> I titkite-
a plan thtierilaps1the Cnoll 1111V le
aile ti car c ar r 011 atciftr >yerAIch11-
ganlhs ha to111111 isu1sin; cl-ar
,cirgc-i>- tecauseI Iithe ciutire tias not,
11111'aliliimpotanliii tquliestoni of ieep
th t tiell egi-laituieI ciilli 11o cc how ii-
1111111111 thleir ciitinct- lcoideler tis
If ttis-i rom eaiiI-ch lislitrill i thei
citate circe-to ptie-ilt Ia ptiiin ti 1hir li
particutltrsenatoci and11represencitative-a-c
inig themiitociwork forciiddei aproiria-
tionsc foIlkepinig -suchi men11as.Pofessor
.9l.Catgihliii.ifthisuet1itiiio u-er-siniei
ic ev(e-c>-stidenit inieach11dircnd 1111y
isutceleci. Moreoii-r if XMiciga ci-.ui
hiedsen wh realuni-.i ofi ciitheaui-g
v1er iit Iouldle 11111uetousetioir-l
inle c ith. fhersIateieprelientativies
TrydPsenas tPeresut iiolahe itief
sT nioatcoulditcgalltcngsyds
trts i grocsiofist ricsadreanagec
cosidt isprec rs ome o;thacrsptoe.
ticller plOn ottor.ble h no
708iS.rStatestrgetnte vletkse t
Cutshitig's.

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CATCHERS' MITTS

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Wan are eqiuipped this spring
with absolutely tite highest
gi-ade tine of hititts ceverinanu-
fatetitred.
Bitts and Priges Follow:I
Spalding's Perfection, $6.00
Spalding's League, $4.00
Spalding's 0. A. Mitt, $2.00
Spalding's Amateur, $1.50
Others at
$1.00, 50c, 25c and 10c
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.
C. E. BARTHELL,
Law and
Medical Books
NIOW AN[) SEC-OND) tIANO.

P X.==Finest Buckskin, $3.00 Iii refe rrinlg to the diif~iliedi and11is-
X L.-=.White Horsehide, 1.50 tole corcrespoiintig secretaryiof lie Sti-
1S51 .==Good quality leather, 1.25 dntIeii cturarsc-ida tionil,-our ecsitemd
Others, too, at had thlie foloin1g: I ir. Rotbeurt-. of till
8.t omm liiiiittee -annioiuicec that 111(re
Sousa's. ilband (cncert eft.
Sheehan & Co's Siuchis ufamne!
Students' Bookstore Tepaso h omte pone
e.1ii-.consierati~olof alliundericclass-
amuch,1aill ctipletrlli guta Nli. there -t
SpecialPiricesOt ' li bobetosbogtuhreil
Leatne r rillows cnldh ~ie oeeypsil cee
Includin10(1ntsts. ii5nt ithe comi ttees haveii~itt
M ICH IGAIN SEAL, 1,11 ikedi long 111101faithtfull>- oc-ethle
Iate ld ace taiketntmany>- tingsgto
Vrtil Apr1l 1st 1.111 idicrlhio..i he il-fitcloti lh of
AT hepincollg 11u11 ciliilibe- ciiwill d1e to ue
tored1 0111 after sev-eral cear;. (f exper-
DARLING & FMALLEAUJX iteen Illi thtte hpresent ilatis scoutld
224-226 5. Stale St 1.e g11111citiefiilconid ~eratiiitc atnc a fair

DICTIONARIES
PRACTICE BOOKS
QUIZ COMPENDS
OUTLINES, ETC.
Cash or Exchange for your old books.
C. E. BARTHELL
Phose 761
3235S. State Stet, 2d Floor
Ann Arbor, Mich.
,hick Lather
"eansy and lasting, is the kind
)u need. You'll find it in the
id reliable
~~ TCVILLIAMS' HVN

S. L. A. COURSE
Sousa's Band
Single Admission, . $1.00 (reserved)
Season rickets may be reserved for remaining five numn-
hers of Course for 51) Cents.
S. L. A. OFFICE HOURS, 5 to06 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

TO BE WELL-DRESSED
IS A PLEASURE

Let us enjoy the pleasure with you by mak-
ing your clothes. We give you the style
that pleases YOU. Our Cutter, G. E. Mit-
chell, of Detroit, makes a special study of
young men's fashions, and will cut for the
most fastidious dressers.

i
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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
TreaIn.. Lesve Ann Arbes'
Going Narth 9u05 a. im. and 413.0 p. in.
Going South 7:20 a. in.,11:33 a. m. and7:u1ip. in.
. .T. KIRBY, W. T. WILLS, -
Osot' Fans. Agent, Agent,
Toedou, Ohio Ann Arbor, Mich
Balt plianttao5-Itr Homo phose690
\EICIGAN CENTRAL
s The fNiagara Falls Route'
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trains Etast--8.1 a. an., .:.S p. sa.,
4.55 p. in., 9.30 p. is. 11.05 p. in.
Locals IEast-6.05a.sm., *11.10 am i., *4.05 p.m.
*8.36 p. Oi-
Through Trains West-2.sc a os,, 7.58 a. io.,
9.18a. m., 2.33 p. in. 10.20 p. in.
Locais West-2P24 a. sn., *8.25 a. in., *1.40 p.
ms., *6.10 p, in.
* (Excaept Sunays.)
Conneations at Chicago far St. Louis
Kansas City and tba Weal.
W. W. CASES, Agent, Ann Arhsr

Zshe CO0OP. S TORE
Kindly call and inspect our line of Spring and Summer Fabrics.

' Ir

c GARS, TOBACCO,
-CANDIES

THE MECCA BILLIARD PARLORS

334
SOUTH STATE ST

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