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THER MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE
LEADING_
Tailors
Makers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
[U[[ DRESS SUITS
A SPECIALTY
A311 S. State St.
A n Arbor Mich.
If
You
Play
The
Game
Be It
Bane Bal
Tennis
Golf
or auy of the popular
sports your pleasure
will be ehaced if you
use Sporting Goods of
ty. Our
stck is a complete oe
*aud we'll be glad to
show you the goods at
Sheehan & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or other
personal property.
Watehes and Jewelry repaired.
Bagisin Wtches & Diamonds
Ann Arbor.
Hourans:tol1:30 a. m.,to 3:30and to
8 p. m
JOSEPH C. WATTS

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
l Entrdasneon. Clss matter at,thAn
tAo Potoffie
YPublshed dily (Mondays ecepeddringi
the coege yiea, at 1p7tEast XWashngto
Y street. Bell phone 89z. Hooe phone 76
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
SBusiness Manager, WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
SAthetis........ClareE. Eldridg
Newss............ Loais . Stikey
Exchainge....... hres E. Wintea
Mousit ............A. H. Ortmeye
Womno..... .Effie J. Artstrong
EItTORIAL STAFF.
lHugh Allen Franklin C. Park
Arthr C. Pund.
ASOCIATEiS.
George A. Osborn Hrold C. Snith
Frris N. Smith George A. Barnes
Robert H. Clsncy. Frank J. Clark
Henry F. Schulte- Henry A. Mntgmery
t). F. Sterenson 'John F. Wrz
Glenn 0DIBeadley Floyd H. Jone
tioy V. Lll
RATES: -$.5n per year, r $.no it paid in
adance
Address WALTER R. AS Business
Manager. 236 S. 12th St., Phone 840 L.
t'k l)NPS~I)Y. APR11, 4. 196.
Editor Todlay-HENRY F. SCHULTES
CALENDAR.
April 5-Phartmacy department banquet
at Cook House.
A\prit --Concert by octmber. of the
School of :nuic facutt.riere
Lecttre by Dr. I;.6. Pratt ott "Oi-
fciat tDiseass.'' Homoeopathir o-
pital, o o. tt1.
Lecture tnt )r. T. D. Sttittott
"TIuberrrulosis fromtthe Statdpoint
of the Surgot." Upper lectttee
roomt,thotmt(eopathic college, 7 :30.
Meeting tf Sketchelubitt. Drawitg
roomtt old engiteerig btiding 7:30.
April 6-erry lecturee by Professor
Monlton. Chicago. Newberry all,
7 IP. It.
Aptilt6-Associatiott banqute, MMilan
tall, 8 p. tt.
Meteting of tird Ct.1n.tsetmtle-
Itrse toomt7n . I tt.
Lecter ty tr. W. A. Descy.ott
'Tthe Thteatettics nf Ttberctlosi."'
Itonta opatiic college, 7 :30 p. tt.
M\letintg of te Mihigan Nurses'
asiationt. SarahtCswellt Angel
Lerctttre ytrtof. R. G. Moulton, it
Prry lecttre series. Netwb erry all,
7 t. tt.
'pil 7-B-anueltrtotf sophottttor lit, at
Wh'litmtttre Lake.
Asnnua track tteetnf te Womna's
Athtletic assonciation. Barottr gytn,
2 I. li.
Sitecial initatittntitttoor tratck meet.
lSateruttntogymtt, i t. 11.

AX writer itt the Ittlatder akes "Stagi
Ptaradise"t task, tdeittng tat plas
~ as a statetf stciety tatIecttde'twotete
fromtttt elt society of ttat. le decide:
'thtat tis sort of paradise is a snare ant
tldetusiott for tte coluege yoth, since it
degetterates iteiatly itto a mre story-
tetitgtonttest itt thichethIte stories art
rit'oSf tie est.
g Whiets'htere utat itt.a tmodicumunofs
trttut inth e writers osrvraiots, itt
mtakes his ctndutemtnattiott far too general
Ttoneay tatI evere ettllege gaterint
t hrethie fair sex is liot it etdence
uldegenerates itttnontbargaintcontter of
s"stoilet" wit is atbstrd. To te satte ex-
tett, his .emphutasis otn ti'. feature of
'stag''ettertaitttmetnts is tttjst. WSe
t ate attentteud ttatty "sttoter" at which
titatltquesiots of colege' life tere dis-
cssed tottte exctsiott ofP r. Deutou's
"stotry-tellinug"tdigttfieto1)te false pos
Beccausetf tis gneralizatiotun Otte
asisunof ittsttficenttdtata, teyotthtful
phtitsopthter's retietw is taleess as att
ethtical study;inetedt, it falls little sttrt
f te farcical. No, Mrt eniutot, it is
atltays Ifiter tt get Ittll commnudattof
souse utmtteriatilitefr eottdecterfrotttit
uiverrsatlprootsitionus. hart yott beet
attmore freqiuernt visitor ithie "Stag
Paratise'' yutt delore, yotr cncltsitnst
trouldtiatintetenttastlty differet.
Conttiterabtle tamtusemettuuh as bett ts-
casiottuteti y te antuttncemettsutsotte
days ago otf on girls' track uetr. Many
sttttentts tdo tttt sethiat it is a serious,
sell-plattuted ettertnrise. They graely
clait that the girls cttttempttlat a bmr
leqeotn SitiMilltard's ''ealy-trtly''
m~ets. Ilowtteser, tere catt be btt little
douttbt tht th te promtotrs of te girls'
tactttet ateearnulest ad aue u itsmitt
ottty tile'Iractica ettts to inc attaitet
its srettuotus athletc ctmetitinon. Such
tractk meets toter beett htld frotttyear
tnt year. teeinevire, ittte ipsiatnti Nor
tmal gy-tttn auttlsays teth good resuts.
Aloretoeer girls' track mets ae bett
htedtat iticligaut beitter an iis time
testrang'eesatf temetorn sbus nwoff.
'fle oactiont tf te Athletic Associatitst
itt htatittg ant class. choose oors fotr
its teloe college course is certaitly a
goodi one. It twill cliiasay twitithie
greatcttnftsionttatttttil sork for a
etter and cleater class sirit just ats
tdt college colors tdeeltp a stroger col-
lege feeittg. 'fir geteral effort at sys-
ttem tttttng sttchmlines cattottbr tonshigily
cotmtmtnettdc.
I.ECTCRE ON INSUR-
ANCE POSTPttNEDt
Tite lctrterottitsurance tehiht tas
tnt tare ]tcett giten lsteening iTfa-
an htal y' -Alies M al. wonson los bett
ittdefntiely posttotted. The pospone
mnettotf tite lecttre restlted fromtthle re-
ceipttotf a teegrattttgveng tiene tws that
Jut. IDaweson is datgerotsly ill attd is
confitnd t itetatte rost of is
ardutots atbors onthie Armustrong ivtes-
tigating cotmmtittee itt New York. Do
Ita seenthie official attary ithle ittes-
tigatintg conmntitte itt New York City
atntlha takent a very promsinent prt itt
thte recent remedical lgisation.

M INSTRP.'. ,C ARN IV;56.
ISesterdaoy ainertnonnte"tint'e''"ton
tthe .Unionmtnstrel carttinvantIhadnan stiff
rehtearsalt. Jttdgittg fromthttie nernd n
escapednrn t'tttn' 'nt.therolthere tw-ill Inscv
f rannovtnel nnners noffereto'theinnic
itt Utuivrsity nail.,.\ayn-I andnn .
Next nteels lie cihor ttsnwill negin its
regtular er'lneotesin. '1.1 nennn haveont al-
readybleetn cttns'n forn tit.' cihnoruns .'nnn
innclsu tottaly nil tn' the tes'tnt le
intthlis tins. Itowevesns''. nirn namenns '.ares
askednifor,'.tins' 'commnnitte' lt'es'ensa
spthinx- like silence .nd mennely' loonts
wnise. Tine farte'-.nas blncmsletted m nid
its. catsit'asI t selecctd, bunt in tints
itnstanntces' oist-nme"slnhave 1been'n glv
out. Tictsc(t ,tittn'cptints'n ontave'nn
finl rehes' alotinf tine farce itt Univitsitn
hatl te fort's hie 'spring vacatinns.'Thesn
dutritngsacattionthtit.'atttot's swillear
thirt'litnes otat n llsnwill Ins'innts'nadiness'
for tonstaktitng 'srenarsals whnsoleg
PERJMiANE NTf SrCRF.ARP'
tFOR UNIOIN )oP'I1NT't'
11. Cliffordu Stev's'so'.nn, 'uni, lbus'iness.'
tanager' nf tins'.51ninnut'..atntp.otinted'n
ipernuntusecesttary of in' the litigann
Utnionu at01 umee'ting of thincirs'sn es-o
terdone aftt.ernoonn. Sin'. Stesonts will
inane on desk in tine Aunusn otficest.
'lie apoittntmttent Iotf an ternnnnon sec-sos
retaurywsninecessitantend my line vaOsItin-
ctease inl nuiontbutt'ine''ssit'llt toI)
circnulars stunt nnnt inlst mntnhn i. l"tvtiy
mtail nuitug'. insubsip'tittionns inrespns
ino tinpe alutuontf tine Uunionn d itltisnhns
canusedna on t am.lonuntofndItanf mint1
Sit'. Sirtenon itson s'niornn'itennen' stnt
dnt utt on hs alwss ]Wetpromientii
lis' clots. te wsnot' nstins smtf fTht e
o1hicinigtn Danilyttdurinng tnhis irtt~ cr
in college.bsness itingof thIeiil' tn
aneduinnhs jnuni5' y earond, th it'
year hsttmaunangedI tinebu'.sines''.'.pin' t-
mtetonf tine Silumnus'. Iteias i.ott one
onf tine 'nstenttunemsuitrs nsf tins'thi
boaronunf stnonto.
«'11,1 ClII SI [gon ChIES.
At osnmnetng nof tine diectors' of nine
Athletic.n Asnociaotln yesis'dnat ern ns o
it statsdecidesdi toicalont nge'tnser .n11ml
tine freshmn ofn Itinsesuntvesee'inino its'
finitely agru poitntini (3s) ilacl'.. rsnn e.
'fie conmmnttuterof cons'. rsietsls
Sauttunrdty sickesdutthreeuses'ts olos
uwhiceh w tu e onffredntoinntineclot'.'.
1909 nsf nil deprtmenntnt'.
'lie colos. ntoinnse'ls'cin arca
follow :ns' Darkom greniann vs its'.e nes dm
inline, otstnd estanulgroty. 'fie connr,
chtosen usill lie tine 1(10(1olnsle'tnhrnnln-
suit teir colleg e enusue'e.

TENNIS RACKETS
Finest
Line in
The City
Wright &
Ditson's
"~Slur"
$1.00
Surprise"
$1.50
"Hub"
' $2.00
Undersold

THERE ARE COAT' SHIRTS AND
HUT THERE IS ONLY ONE
INS;S.'eON THEE LABEL---I TMEANS RIGHT-
NEES,'-l ,Noon, V~HITEN'.SS AND COLOR
FASTNESS $1.50 AND MORE.
lILTO, bIBODY& Cf., TROY, N. Y.
- -. nn...r n .(',;li "5rn !;lnits N nth eold.
0, YI.JYartllFUNERAL
Office 209) S. 4th Ave. Phone 98.
Residence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314
AMBULANCE ON CALL

For thu Ltest ideas in uhtoognap
come to Alexntder & Co., IHeutni
block. eod -r

ic

Shirt waists umade. Prices reasonnable.
708 S. State street. if
Cap atnd gown pictutres at se'nionr roles.
Wer nave caps antulgonstofInn lii oil
Alexanduer & Cut.. 1=tenutung bnlocko. enon

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Don't Torture
your face with poor shaving
soap. Avoid irritations and
shave with ease. Insist on
W ILLIAMS' SHAINCG

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Students' Lecture
Association
-S._L.--A. OFFICE HOURS, 5 to 6 P.. Ma
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

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-We have a complete Line of supplies at posi-
tively the lowest prices in the city. The quality
is just what you want.

Do You Play Base Ball?

flitts
osGloves
° Base Balls
Bats

$1.00 to $8.00
$ .45 to $3.50
$ .25 to $1.24
$ .25 to $1.50

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Ta'a..taa LanveAnn Arbher
Going North 9:05 a. on. and 4n35 p. on.
Goiog South inns a. on., 11:35a. m. adis:51 p. m.
J.3J. OdhIHY, WT. T. WILLS,
Oon't Fans. Agent. Agent,
Toledo, Ohiou Ann Arbor, tick
Hell phonue I35-1r Home phone 698
ICHT6AN CENTik
IT'e oNiigara Falls Roadt ,
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trains Bast-.18 a. mn., 1.40 p. on.,
4.55 p. mn., 0.30 p. on.1t.s5 p. on.
Locals East-6O.0on ., *t1.10 a. m., *405 p.m.
*8.36p .
Throgh Trains WNest-t.0t a m~,,7.58 a. on.,
9.t8 . m.,2.3p. on. 10.20p. on.
Locals West-its a. on., no.2 a on., *1.40 p.
on., n6.ts5, on.
*lA(Except Suandaty.)
dConnecions at Ckicago for St. Louis
Kasnan Lity and the wnt..
W. WV. CASE. Agent, Ann Arbor

Let us order a base ball suit or shoes for you.
A good fit is half the game.
BUSY AT Uhe CO -O P.

New Oxfords
Just 1Received

WAHR=The Shoeman 218 So. Main St.

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