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THE MICHIGAN DAILOY

6. 1N. WI[D Co.
THE
LEADING
Tailors
Makers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
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A SP[CIALTY
L311 S. State St.
Anne Arbor, Mudls.
If
You
Play
The
Game
Se it
]maas Ball
Tensl
Golf
or anyv of the popular
sports y ou r pleasure
will be enhanced if you
use Sporting Goods of
y'. Our
stock is a complete one
aud we'll be glad to
show you the goods at
Sheehan & Co Is
Students' Bookstore

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THlE MICIGAN DAILY.
Enteed as second class nmatter atitAn
Arbor P totffc.
Publised idaily (Monday excepted) dring
the cllege year, at zut 9EFst^ Washington
street. Bell phone 85. Home phone 76.
MasaglagEditor. CL* E W-
J1lsl5seu. Massge, WAL.TERR. MANS
EDITORS.
Athletics ......Clarence E. Eldridge
News............Lous .Sticney
Exchanyes.......Charles E. Winstead
music.............A. 1H. Ortmeye
wome......... :.E3ffieJ.Armstrong
EDITORIAL -STAFF.
Hugh Alle n a klin C. Parks
Arthr C. -Pound.:
ASSOIAT.
George A. Osbon Harld C. Smith
Ferris N. Smith Gno4;eA. Barses
Roert H. Clascy Frank J. (Clr
Henry F. Schult., Hiry A. Mnngomery
D. F. Steenso John F. Wr
Glenn D Bradley- Floyd H. Jones
Roy V. Lult.
RATES: loseo per year, or 0a.n5 it paid in
iavace.
Adre9.l WALTER . 5' RasaBlsses
U assagr306 S.12thSt..i'oae 549 L..
TH-URSDJAY. APRIL 5, 596.
Editor Today-GEOROR A. BARNES.
CALENDAR.
April 5--Pharmacy depatmentl banquet
at Cook House.
Thursday eveing metig at Mc
Milton hall. Leader, Otis Staunch-
fied.
-April 5-Concert by emlbers of the
School of Muisic faculy. Frieze
alt. 8 p. s.
Lecttre by Dr. E HL. Pratt on "ri-
trcial Diseases.' Hlouopathic o-
1010, in a. t.
Lecture by Dr. T. D. Smt oni
"Tuberculosis from the Standoint
of the Strgeon." Upper lecture
room, homeopatlic college, 7 :30.
Meeting of Sketch club. Drawing
room, old engineering building, 730.
April 6-Ferry lecture by Professor
Moulton, Chicago. Neserry al,
7 p. tt.
April, 6-Association banquet, MMilan
hall, 8 p. m.,
Ohio club smoker.
Meeting of Bird club. Museun le-
treroom, 7 p. m..
Iecttre, by Dr. W. A. Dewey, on
"The Therapeutics of Tberctlosis."
l-otusopatlic college, 7 :30 p. m.
Peetillg of the Michigan Nurses'
association. Sarah Cawell Angell
hall.
Lecttre by Prof. R. G. Moulton, in
Ferrylecttreseries. Nesberry hall,
7 p. 10.
April 7-Banquet of sophomore ils at
Wltlltniiore Lake.
Annusal track meet of the Womat's
Athletic associaion. Barbour gym,
a p. t.
Special itiation indoor track mee.
Watermatn gym, 8 p. n.

Thle attention of the regests should
be called Is: the codtitiont of the biats
in sWatermatn gymnitasiutm. The codsi-
tion of these bathroomis is fltthy beyond
expressios. One visit to the basemett
of the gymtasiumo should covince ay--
osne that the oed of a sprig house-
cleaninsg is imperativ-e. At this season
of the year the dtnger of infection is
inttcceasedl std at etiemcsic of typhoid
feverc tmight easily le started its this
pIc. Theb athroom~ssoIf'Watectman
gymnttasituti are a (disgr-ace t tttielt-
versity.
Thei prspects for tec lascbal seasot
re brighter tiantsutssal. We've ssca
strotig bucl left os-r frosts last year
anidlonly three positions remsan to lbe
filled. A swek front Saturday te teat
will start onittc anual spring trip.
Thsece is little doblt that they siltsake
g(od ut swhatver their fortite ttay
he, let is cheer them nth e lsir swot sith
our hearty good sill.
TIhe great datger of the svhie plague
to Ireset day society swas swelI set fortt
by Dr. Copeads address before the
Itotitwopatlic practitioners. Thlis britgs
to osr attentioni the cryig eel for
store outdioor exercise amtong utiverity
stuieneuts. It is anitargttiett its favor
if the retentitint of alt forstof ioudior
athletics. Fr this reason,tooreoer, i-.
terest inin tierlass athletics shtuls be
fostered andsecoraged.
DSEBATING SOCIETIES BEGIN
PRELIMS FOR CUP CONTEST'
Thle deatitg societies of the literary
and lassdepiarmseits are Iodig pre-
limtinaries this sseek for the atitnual cup
debate, which is to be held May 18. 'The
iter-society deates aret le Iheltas
followso: 'Webster vs. Alpha Ntt, April
27; Jeffersotiats vs. Adelphi, April 28.
Those choseit to ake part itt the perlint-
ttary conttests are:
Alpha Nu-Luiza, Nerrit, Darrow,
Backbnll, Friezie, Everest, Clattcy, Watt-
old, Witer. Rytan, Steveson, King,
Freiberger, Steitberg Henry, Clire,.
Peters, Davidson, Bohr, Cogrove.
Welster--Voss Wietrick, Betnt,
Hll, Pipes, Jones, Boelli . fichoson,
Black, MPherson, Mrpy Sipman,.
Bird. Browsn,, Coroden, Wiley, Warner,
Girsebtitai, Tate. Cole, Boose, Meyer,
Mahioney, Foot, Cleary, Cattatn, Pass-
tmore, Boldidge, Soether, Priest. M-
Kissick, Joerger, Youtng Metger, Hall,
Elssell, Glenn, Bowler, Stooer, DeWitt,
Hatmndie, Carr, Colisk.
effersonian -Warrein, Winer, Welch,
Carlson, Well, Crahen, Jesont, Hoffma,
Alletn, Talbot Devose, Ifagy, Baes,
Sanford, 'Waters, Crempot, Pindall,
Cusrtis.
SEMIFINALS IN THE
FEsNCING TOURNAMENT
The setmi-inals its the fettcitgcruttest
swere held last tight. Rberto Saa
who swottsecotd place last year. was nt
enttered as he cats tit fitd time to par.
tice. Gradle, Zeellier asd Cook iwoit
their bots and they sill attle et
Saturday ight for te campiosshit of
the univtsersiy.

CHIORAL UNIONS RSO.LU--
TIONS ON PROF. IBE PONT
'Thledeaeot of Professotr Psitl R:sseaii
Beltoss de Potinas ast sa deip sadowu
ester mnty lives asset Iis presetce atd
true coitnsel sill bei'tsadlyttmissedtl by
te oats)organiationsssof whli eli
swas a tmember. Posslyitonec sill feel
Iis oss siore keenlythaibathle msetblers
of itse Choral Usioni, imanty ofi sl
tat-vectsenassociaedisithtimsssfrmtheli
early lays oithsirorguiztte sns.They.
as twell as those wsolhvesklint - hiiism
but si short tie, realize ishast si ls the
socieity has sustaisedit.itstthis isovr
shiadoedeebly tir sesse of 5personaslle
reavemient all muitst feel.
Professor tde tPont sas pesietiof
the Choral Unioni for the greater patrofi
its ecisteitce, anitus tinstleil tcd ilthial
capasscity iunitertpedly sicec itsre-
gasizatioss its888. GiftidIwitiistact ttu
a wsoderful grasps of dtial, le Isad
mintsisteredt Iis sorf itf sice sad iral tatd
sitssuch edis rmtintinthaitthsie itunb
triusiveness ofiiIsismansisss celtchnigh cn
rented the fereeandsisstomtofi sisct
ion. It is isspossiblei to sitestte te
services rendsered ts-y stimt lteateie
Isised so swel, lut they canitnicer le for-
gottess. How great these seviesler
asset lon- msuschof self-sciticie iandlde
votioss they sdemndsedes, only tose :o1 its
whlo ster initimatslyipsasscites sit init
csissfully lknsoss.
Realizinigsll this,uwe ests but fe-sh-i ti
eser. thtsitinte dasys tseoeie st s
lisigesr stint-cfrcquenttly ,-iisl mores-sisnd
sore loin gly ott thesvirtes ftseissas.
Pure-hsearted, symspasei, loa--si. lf-
sacrificisig. gesissicorsteousislie wsone
ofi those rare stuitr suts o cotibiisete
vigor of stintsisitste tettdletinss of
wsosoas. I-Iis irsue esissnle mstsfitting-e
ly suiie it sp inthie sentimet in5scibedt
055 te tmbshof Iis litfriendsandicilt
ceage, to is-nit all uslesuusial itercests
of this isittutitn tuand stsssisits tois
their isitialsimipslse. )r. I liepy Sits
mtonst Frieze-" rltnclsiee cntineis
whliter soul."
Sucs is the smemsory litswsicheish,
ands feeling grusiilsssc tast wsicv
knsownshit, los-c imut, aisshavlibts
losed by hts. te it restlvedt: 'lists we,
tse mseststers of te Cotrst iontlutsdot
hereby express onrst-seof ii1 creseictt
its tesdeathiositProfessotr se foti
swe extessdousr hearfelsmpathysto 5::
bereas-esdfatmity; tatu,as aiissr, ofire-
sedt, liiiset inthes chosrst shall rmi
unsoccuspie,sisisthttheissireslutioss
lie spread untste ricrts of uctheogan-sitto
Catrsic .. tDi-ls--tt
L. .s'arshl.
M. E -lliswrthl ~se.
Julis Rssitttgcr.
A. A. Ssisley.
L. D. Winises.
LOST'-Ladiy'sgodswtchte-itii Isi FI
engrased onutfrost. Lstlesseen sChe-
ser, Thsotmpsons std E. Usisersit.-Re
wsared if returnseto Isu N. Ssate. 35-6i
Somuehuig est-Massqueradel-otirotls
ir skates at the armosiry -tnisght. 35
Shirt waists made Prices reasosnlie.
708 . State street. f

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Wright &
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"Star"
$1.00
Surprise"
$1.50
"Huh"
$2.00
"Park"
$2.50
Others at
$3.50
$4.00
$5.00
antd $Z.o0

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The Bookstore That's Never
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C. E. BARTHELL,
Law and
Medical Books
N 1,W ANT) fl-luONI) BA ND.
DICTIONARIES
PR~ACTICE tBOOKS
QUIZ COMPENDS
OUTLINES, ETC.
Cash or [schange for your old books.
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325 S. SttenStrret, 2cd Floor
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Special Prices Olm
Leather Pillows
Including
fIICIJAN SEAL
Until April lot
DARLING & I IALLEAUX
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Students' Lecture
Associationy
S. L,.t . 6It GI 6;~ URS, S5to,6.P M.
Monday,, Wedesday, Friday.
r;;

We have a complete Line of supplies at posi-
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is just what you want.

1litts
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Base Balls
Bats

$1.00 to $&o-
" $ .45- to $3.50
" $ .25 to $1.24
*$ .25 to $1.5o

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tsndssa Lenavse.Ants Arebor
Gouing Nurth 9:t05 a. m., and 4:35 p. mi.
Going Southt 7:t0a. m.,t11 :35a. to. andt7:5tp. m
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IOHI(GAN CENT~
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Through Trains East--8.18a. mo., 2.40 p. m.,
4.55 p. m., 9.30 p. m. 1t.5 p. mo.
Locals Etast-6.05 a,.to., *1t.10 a. Mo., *4.05 p.m.
n8.36 p. m
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9.1 a. m.,t2.33p.m. 10.20p. m.
Locals West-224 a. in., 08.28 a. mo., *IA0 p.
mo., *6.10 p, to.
o (Efxcept Sundtay.)
Gunncetuons at Ghicagu fur 05. Louis
Kansas City and the West..-
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are those that are made happy
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