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April 01, 1906 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

fTHE
LEADING
ITailors
Makers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
[ULL DEISS SUITS
A SPEICIALTY
311 S. State t.
Anno Arbor, Mch
Base
Ball
Gloves
Of Provens
Qu~alty
Even a casual coo-
parison w ill convince
yon tha't Spadings
Gloves are far sp-
rior to olery in d-
sign, nual i t y and
workanisip I lhe
favorites thsp yeare.
P X.--Finest Buckskin, $300
X L--White Horsehide, 1.50
S -Good quality leather, 125
Others, too, at
Sheehan & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or other
personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
BH rgains iii Watches & Diamonds
Offieo airesidence 33i . Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
Hours: 8toi11:30 . n., 1to 33and7 to
9 p. m
ALL nSUSNI8OeNINaTIAL
JOSEPH C. WATTS

THE :MICHIGAN DAILY.
Enee tascnd elansmatte tthe Ann
Arberotfiie.

Ptblisehed daily (Mondays exceped) dutrin
the eolirge year, at t1t7 last Wiashingion
streent. Bell phone 892. iometrhoner 76.
Managing Ediior, CLYDE L. DEW
Business Manager. WALTER R. HANS
riIiTORS.
Athletic ........Clarernce E.Eldridge
News............Lnuis 0. Sticney
N'.chaiiee........hareI;. Wittead
Miusic .........A. H. Ortmeyer
Woenie.... .......lffie J. Armsntronng
VinRoiAn. ScAFF.
ilugh Allen Feankiin C. Paeki
Arthur C. Found.
ASSOCIATEtS.
Glenege A. Osborn Hiaroid C. Smith
Feerii N. Smeith Gorge A. Barnes
Robheet H. Ciancy Frank J. Clark
Henry F. Schultre IHenry A. Montgonmery
ji1. F. Stevensonn chniF. Werz
Glentn It Bradley Floyd I1. Jones
ioy V. iLuii
RATES:t$Sa5e pee pear, nr $2.00 it paid in
advance
Addreiss: WALTER R. HANS' Business
Manager, 236S. 12tih St, phone 8491-
PItIN PRII, i ot

events', tiepse Oct's ciithbethle yel-
lowi andi 1lue will againti ake flcstplace'
Th.le best lwishles o1 every' X iciigan
s.tudent accomepatey Archie [Hahn to
Athlens'. Hchi t 111nlyiihitsicon it-
numerilabile poitsi'ftir his Altec Meater.
bulis .faithiful wtorkdeithl the spinters
if liie' warmiicgartilof icheligatn itce.
ofi yeriot enethle qti. utceotmes liefote
lie' Sttidets' Incltre asso.tcia tiotiastiote
thei disburtisemt itofliii, protfitsdurnited
frothtie seasonsit lecture coutrsev. lihe
crttd oiifi stdeitsat ii'hetiocent liy
idicte that theiprirth ii'.yeer selditi
bei lairgercthtu everiteftirie.
Asa ibolder of atssoiai'tinticklets tutd
terefotre'<Limtmtettir if lith eticiatiini
' Ichouldi like' t ak iwhetheiicttiould
lit e' an exce'llet litca for the assotceiai
tile' t tt icc such udsetore thIelt
itd liteteinanclitlsuppoitlisoititireems.
vvli stuent ody i vitllyit eetedi.

APRIl, FOOL. I'.l'Y 'SENIO)R4
1.ANUS' LAST CltHbNClfi
ond atnd lest regular daciitg larn' of
the seasote to he given at Graeger's he
the sentior civwcities. Die regular senior
late "Crease" trill lieutedt for progratms.
This "Crease" is i liihelattice oi a comict
cltiss.juice'. irottis'ouiisl' intiersptirs.ed
Besidthi' is f eatutre ai ltrge numtbtiei
of oigiilstut=,- will lie tptesenitedin i
inei. Gratiget'. fuilt orcest'ra will file
liie coitititte.' reqesetsithoectihot
ish tiltteunilto secure their ticket'.is
quicikly as potssitile so tt th t no peton
Somletteemembtirs fromiwI om tictiti
Intercollegiate Notes.
Fl. S . Alleniititu'i themn ip editter of
Leln retienfoerdic' for titritinganeitit'.
crciicrtin facutytac.tin,' a
been lie istated'bythe sf tciafir
tromPmittee 1 there.
'Thie'et'rsi f lete preissiatbeent
yasd e land Stanof orle'. Forttimc
ttmr tie Snt pore rs heehlite
arlen rof if I Re tirl'.ofciliii' tietir
ucilty m tntill Petietittiti t'eeice
after neal ot e'a rsi' seice.'T'he
aire tPei rof.it. .RcitPichrdsoftetuudeat-
menitti aea t tly ics, iand eA.eiW.'iA'e if Pit
ITecI..hernaiiiNalti' N' tirutu lie'
tpriyedlbyclcitbieteen tet frtut
FntrilittieandiiAmericanlitut. tsre

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CATCHERS' MITTS

We are equippted this spring
with absolulely the highest
grade line of Ihiteet er nu.
faet tired.
Mittn and Prices Felinw'
Spalding's Perfection, $6.01)
Spaldtng's League, $4.00
Spalding's 0. A. Mitt, $2.01)
Spalding's Amateur, $1.50
Others at
$1.00), 5t0c, 25c and 10c
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

Editor today--GI'NN D. BRADLEY. N'. . . (A. PbVPU1.HiLDl
CALENDAR. -

Att

ArlI PAddr le' bylishttotpC. 1). P'ill-
Api'l 2-Setitir llw tarty cit Graitger'.
April Phatrtmtecy epaletrtmienitittitqit
at CootkHoset.
Apri 6-Der .ry lectuire lby Prefesstir
j utl]. Putii. Ncleit
April6t-Asscsiiatitiibanquttcitie. Nlilcut
11,t11,.Spt . ii.
The idoortrac seaon, iall geod
ittgshascomteto atn endi. Theic huh
meltiwasentitt st'.hriillitngate oii thets.
hut the teod poiiitsof the previtiouscotit
lest'. iii rittiueiotir dutiseointmenit of
hlast tight. As a result ofi the shostitng
madebytil thilelties initt'etariius
mieet'.. Miiehiganit's contfieiece steel.ttis
and teetirks atiteaitnedltiystr thletes
havetrisvatlled itic test effortsiiiatilt
lee nohrschtitols. Starttig the csei-
so hbta ttndflfiof Ihighi-elass.
iterforers c. Kee itzpaettrick lhtstde-
a i ggri ea'tioin the west. Istetid of
beinig hocpelessctlytiof lthe ruiniltg itt
tileciiinfcrette trostetsle. Phigaus is
io citiniiet e iss.ible innter of
the lug ctittpititishipe d troppted to
PCtictigo laiiyetiratler foitr sucicessivie
PPiththliiicloii' tf tetheutisotrsseasont
coeiscilosithtit'relatey rittls tieow'tnly
thre wi'iecestiff. Nicehigitntiis suite of
as' (,ss ci t foutr-mtile relay teamttastever
dlefetied lYaile itt Frantklin field, cnd
ii ii iii ' restire it thelie eld

Nh annuitaic litanquttiofth cietUiverii sity
litn itMi ite n llhiiana.socitioy 'rill
it ing-tApili0fTis'.is theilatestdte til
wich tihe isi'banuet haisiii evee' beene heeld
us iwoeeotn eenuetstis ae teetnfountdc
ntecesstery'oiniug ito contlice'.s withe lee
Shuttentl' Iecture astctia tiontceurer c.
eit sremtelysinterestineg programttlis
lieni aurrangiedii NP'. C.Spraue,.of lie-
thAL eitofTee e1' uAmerictttu Boy', wiii
ac stieastmastterintiealshtswill tee
gien biiitsa tutublereofthiiieost strictly'
repr ceetale ute n euArbtruet tutcani
hue ftoun.Thceli list if stpeakers ituclutdes
lesen Angeltl',uh Dr. W. J. Headtttat,
use ritese C. (till, Jr.. Joe S. Citrus.
Dthu (P. Belheni tued't.elII. Da urrtth.
Profescsor NMouuton, if tile Uneiversity
eel Chuteageeu ieeoiiillhe inAnAtt brite
niest weeki.witulibe ini attenidauncecanh
Ticets hmay usiheproceuredlatlthe asses-
caione roomset orecfreotheevstiouts tmem-
tier'. if theucoemmuiuttele,'it-he ricetbeineg
ifly' cciiis..

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ARROW
COLLARS
tafe r motitets initwor esenttilpits--t
tethe onttsehinktutdteythave assire nier
qeuateteisteadtofeeveryn aitnceh. It's ice'
tt ae,'a'u'colelr thtstet sme iz wei n'ietit
c ed nIout' tuhe wus sit ws en - ut te
bouught iit. t'i euetshirunkbi cs andit' et u ar-ucu
teruSizesat-rie ogoo ithinsto ist o.n~i .
15c each; 2 for 25c
Over tutustile, ti e cut Cfrtm. 'in i
Cluett, Peabody C&o Co.
Laetu akers oftbotl'lars
tenetShirtslaini theortldi-
0. M. Martill FUNERAL
Office 20llS. 4th Are. Phone 98.
Iesidenee 302 S. 5th Are. Phone 3141
AMBULARCE 0N CALL
iS at . kJt O~l~. .jT

PiLid 1K TICP2KETffI18ONLY Fee tli,:t'.hindiccesteephoographi
hiNEIIN TiH1,2 l Ff1.1)oeittete e hxtner 8& Co., Heattiut
block. cod -ti

II,

At te S.h. A n ituinug cis e-
leech itch tele teterd 11nteventlire
Plaritclkeis pteesicusytubtlisthea'.
lull fiiiwitrtch Tlhere ,vas'oneiiout side
nominationeeeuthat oeel.\GI unity tor
recortiregututucevtary. li'.ppnenet tut
the Cliik i'.et wi lihe.I hut s PA Picont-
p-ccttere. hue Nvs'nttuexcilteeeltie-
cidhenti leetheecoention.l
lie elecite illihue held tue Room teC,
Pntutuityiihealli text Saturdaymornin
beterent p anduo2 'ockt.

Satisfactory tailoriing eeluathsfactouny
prices. Pithier & O'Connor. 6T9 12. (Vii-
iam street. if
SENIORS--heare yoter orders for
tie6 seoins anud tuttleshield'.at Arnoli'stcu'
je'u'uIry' seuce. If
Captueatethgownue picturesvcatisentiori'ratec.
Wo~e lae csaseei'ned gowtos iefitat stuedio.
Alexanduuer it' Po., Htein'g bloyle. coil

TO BE WELL DRESSED
IS A PLEASURE

Students' Lecture.
Association
S. L. A. OFFICE HOURS, 5 to 6 P. M.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

Let us enjoy the pleasure with you by mak-
hng 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.

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tei-sisa'Lo va Asin Asrbns
Geing North St:l5 a. en-aned 4:K5p.,en.
Going Soats 7:20 a. in.. 11i35 a. m. and7:51hp. nm.
J5. J. KIRBY, W. T. WILLS,
Genl Pass. Agent, Agen*,
Toledo,Ohsiot Ass Arbor; chicle
Bell pheene 135-1r Hemsehoe0d8
,Xj(uRIoAN (CENTRA14
dt 1hNi gara Fallso Rvua
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trains East--Sit a. m., t3.40 p. nm.,
4.55p. en., .30p.em. 1.5 p. m.
LoasisEast-Si05 a. em., *ii.i a. em.,.05 ps.
*8.36 p. en'
I hrough Trains Wet-2.0n em~,.58hSa. e.,
9.10 a. en., . h3p.em. 10.20 p. en.
Locais Wes-224 a. in.. *8.28a. in., *1.40p.
en.,. 10 p,.n
*fls(EeptSunde.)h
Connaethons at Chicago fer St. Louis
Kansas Cihty and ths Wat.'
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

w

h.Wit 5 l

the CO-wOP. STORE
Kindly call and inspect our line of Spring and Summer Fabrics.

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Douglas Shoes W H~~ Shoeman 218 50. Main St.
Gym Shoes WA H R KTh-

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