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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

6. H. WILD co.
THE
LEADING
Tailors
Makers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
FULL DRESS SUIS
A SPECIALY
311 S. Stat St.
Ann Arbor Mch.
If
You
Play
The
Game
Be It
Base Bali
Ten~nisa
Golf
or any of the popular
sports you r pleasure
will be enhanced if you
use Sporting Goods of
y.Our
stock is a complete one
and we'll be glad to
show you the goods at
Sheehan & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
On Watches, Damonds or other
personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repared.
Bargatns to Watches & Damonds
Office ai residence 381 E. Liberty 8t
Ann Arbor.
Hos: itto1:0 a..,to :90and7io
5B. M.
ALL B50515055 01MEXInnnAL
JOSEPH C. WATTS

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
I. intred a eon d ces aer aii thie Ann
t Arbor Postoffice.
rPubised diy (Mndys exceped) drig
t e coilege yea, at 17 Essi Washigo
r sret. Belt phone 892. Home Pone 76.
r Masaing Editor CLYDE i. DE W
rBusiness Manager. WALTER R. HANS
SEDITORS.
jAthletics .......Clarence . Hdridge
INewsn.........Loos . Sibney
I Ehnge. ..... Charles . Wintead
rMsic ..........._.A. H. Oniseye
Womene..........Efe J. Armtrng
r EDITORIAL STAFF.
IHugh Ale Franklin C. Parks
Atur C. Pud.
ASSOCIATES.
IGeorge A. Osbrn Harnld C. Sitk
jFerris N. Smith George A. Barnes
rRobert H. Clany Frank . Clark
rHenry F. Sute Henry A. Mngeery
. F. Steensos Jon F. Wrn
Gien D Bradley Floyd tH. Jnes
Hy V. Lll
IRATES: $ain0per year, oen joes i paid is
r adane.
rAddess WALTER R. HANS' Business
Manager. 236 S. 12th St. Phone 849 L
FRID)AY, APRIL 6, 1906.
Editor Today-ROBERT H. CLANCY.
CALENDAR.
April 6-.Frrry lectre by Professor
Moulton, Chicago. Newberry hlst,
Co-oil lmeeting, 6:45 M~cMillan hal.
V. V. C. A. slpper ati Newberry
April 6-Associaionibanqeiit, McMillan
hle), 8 p. i.
Ohio club smoker.
Mleetieg of Bfirdl club. Msemlec-
lre room, 7 p. nm.
Lecure by Dr. W. A. Dewey, on
"The Therapeutics of Tubrclosis."
H-omlleopatic college, 7 :3o p. 0.
M\eeing of the Mihigan Ntrses'
asociation. Sarah Cawell Aigell
hll).
Lecture by Prof. R. G. Moulton, in
Ferry lecture series. Newberry hall,
7 p. n.
April 7-Banquet of sophomore lits at
Whitmore Lake.
Anneal track iet of the Wonan's
Ahletic associaion. Barbour gym,
2p. mi.
Special invitation indoor track nie.
Wiaeriianu gym, 8 p. i.
The elecion of juige Lane as chair-
111n11of the ahleic board of cotrol will
be received with general satisfactionu by
the stiitent ody. Under ite guidance
of judge Laie we nay confidently expect
a ust 11111 efficient mlanagemiet of ath-
lic affairs. Judge Late has eidearedl
himself io the siiiden oty ly iii great
inierest ini all their affairs, antI especially
inl ahletics. lie is a man5I of broad sym-
pahies, high ideals aid good, practical
jodgumen.liis policy will undoubtedly
le broadl antI lieral-mintded, aiid the

characer ofile 11a11 wiill t tie stamp~
of inegrity tipon his adiinistraion. We
canl say 11o11morcc 11h111that judge aie
is a worthy and fitig successor to thic
late lamented Professor Patengill.
This position is fraugh itivh resoiosi-
bility aid axicty. During the football
agiation thailisinosv become so ge-
era) i is particularly trying. It is ai
act of sef-sacrifice oiile )par of Jtdge
Laiie1touderakee ihe onerous diieis
of tiis pitiion. TieLcan be acuaiedby
oly the highest motives-loyaly 10
M~ichigan, publics piriteudness, aid friiid-
ship for the suienioiy. In reurna for
thisi sacrifice the suieiis should show
itieir ap~rciaioni by acordinghiimi their
iiiira spplor.
Thle Jiinior 111111ciiiimite are iithini
telettcer of the law iitieir dispoiioii
(f Iis year's surplus. But thyiold
Ihave shouvi iiore ipublic 5iiri if they
1h,1d donat~led a arot ofiis sumilt10 the
club house fiiid. No objection could be
takeein o le coiiititte )roviig teiii
selvesuwih siibsatial suienirs. Biit
itisver they ineedi not ae uset more
than half the siiii at their disposal to
have secured such souvenirs. But by
tsing the uwole of this very coisiceral
amonihit they have laid themoseles opei
to the imputaionii (f lesnliand11( selfish
motllives. Te stIudenti body' cainot ra
sonlably lok to alumi andli ithiler disi-
teresiedi patics for financial assisiance
if they' do ot themuuselves tdo everyhing
in their oler in help themiselves. Andc
iitiiiis home iwheii the possiiliy of st-
ieiii self-gveriiiieit in the future is ii
grille ouit, such evident lack Of piiblic
spiritis exceediingy iinforniiite.
Ihe repors of the local iosoffice
samopwiviidow show a swondierful i-
crease oer the receips (f last year.
The saes for -Macel of the preseti year
amouni In $5,59.6; last Macel the c-
cipitisiwere $,91.57. The quartcerly r-
prs a11s1 (ark a grlwh in the bulsiess.
Qiuirterly receipts for this year, eidig
ill Marcl, were $if6,85.86, iis beig a
gaioof $1,757.21 over the corespoidiig
peiodilast 111 yer. A iiual rports also
sholw a seadcy ga. It is sail) that the
AiiiiAbor p051116cc aides more mail
lhan an1y ciy of ils sie i tie ceuntlry.
The cage in the weahe is a sure
indlicationi that the srg valctioi is
iear at hand.
PROFESSOR STANLEY'S
SUITE HEARD IN CONCERT
iDespite ite icleent ieaher a large
croiwd assemibled in Friehle) last uigh)
ill helrite Faculty cocer. Miss
Schiete, Mr. Hoiwland and lMr. Ecii iere
heardtin solo numniers nd gave the
usulpleaicsuire. The eeinilg cs noable
chiefy for the prformiance by Messrs.
Ecri and Lockwood of Professor Sai-
icy's suie for violiii amd iano11. The
suite is ii thi old slye and, of course,
scholarly, coiing s it does froni Pro-
fessor Stnleys pen. Mr. Ecu aid Mbr.
Lockwiood) played it wihi polish aid
spirit, aiidlaii tiiforiiiatehicicatsec
in rturniing'for a repeat iii 110 wise
ililretI the plelasat effect of the whiole.
Thue taudience was very eithusisic and
by freqiient aplase ginel several ci-

WiISCOiNSIN SIUIENI'S
A\SK CO-IS tFORE iEI

I'll

Matdison, \\is, Aprl cl5.-At11a mct-
ing' lasiinightithe stud1ets of1 tie Uni-
versiy of Wisconsinu adopedi resoliioIns
cimphiatically'declcarinig for ithecrelentiion
of fooibal.Petitioisutoin111.11effeciIwerce
circuliaed ithroulghl te gthieigad
everyonie presenti sigied. A coe llice
Thie resoluioni~s wii'iihe pe snted ito
tie faculyiat 1ailmetig toightlfiliPres
ieiit Jordan ofi thicIciand Sauiordl,
Ji., Universiy of Cliforn'ialu~s iigt
wi'h ia c1111mititee' (f sudlets 1and 5,1(1(1
tat ihe sentimnut is lagey illfevi'
of the eentioni of fotbal iiide' cetinli
regulations.
le fraiiklv ,'idiiitei liotlie f''aei
le w oil in1111 (v'11turs' a gue1ss as to the1
FRRESI3"'IRIAN C. I. HOLDS1)
SUCCESSFUl. 11AN'l'i
Uiversiy 111(11 d0101 ii'iliiiiil (cel
prominiently ii the firs 'a11n1ual'aq111t
of the Presbiverian uCisian iFinls'.ll((
atitiudedlby'uciraly 1111' 111111rcdi iiemi
bicis f liiieuorgaiiizionan(111(ias a ('om-
pleesuccess. Ihe taleilid'cora~in
iere elabiir ae and11effeciie 'and thIe
Byinoiieas thitleissitnyblepar
of le (casionulweile lihi.po~n iala
exercises.The office of inosmasterwa
filled ly F. G. I.Kupadlife pie-
gramtipreseniteidscsassfolloii:
Fads a'iiihF'incies-Rloiy IR.l('(lilll'i
Ihe lionlwion lon his ovs!
Austiuu Lahiers
Spring FPer. s ?.MyGodih
Readig- .uiss HelieunSeez.
AmieicanuVWomensKeikii lsia
Mau's Mliuuann '1bl Isselen 'Ii, 11,.
Vocal sii--li hss Louse Stretch.
Our Society-Is D. I. loiscr.
ihiigani ,'1 ichan I Dr .Lsi
Frenceh.
Sinuging, "Thei 'ellouw1and1tilels'I
0111(1CLU1.BSMfOKaE.
The 01hio chu ili hod1(1th(11ir1sricod
simokler of tie ear 1ton i in Culming-1
haum all, overciCuuniniis 1c ofetio-
ry since (oii asiVWasinigonisret.
Tie committuiee is (I'r's'nxio's(( that1((1all
mens ufroumithistsate tI i ut, 111.be tie
memubers of the cliii oir no.Absns
mieeing will le Iel immuiedialey atir
the fesiviies are oivcc 111( plans fir a
limbbnotse fr mica)year wilheli -
cussed. ]very lBuckey soluldhnot1fail
in coeouon iuigit, saratileconini~ci'
Dr). T. A. Balar) of Mashall gae a
instrumetie anotiSieresinug addess Wd
neday eveninmg in a goodsie udics
at S. Thonmmas chtim huue' the ausice
of the Catholic Sudentuus' Cl,thit'la
f a cohrse of lectures cieiig givel iy
the clib. .A11 of the ecies'sh(lls beendi
greaty ap'ciaed adl ihis one wa': s
exceptin. Dr. Bariii s tiii'uthoill f
several bookhs out caonu lw- andiwork,

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TENNIS RACKETS
Finest
Line in
The City
Wright &
Ditson's
"4Star"
$1.00
c' Surprise".
$1.50
-s $2.00
"Park"
r44;;C~~oi Others at
I '4' ~ $3.50
7L7~J. $4.00
and $7.0
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

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AROW
COLLARS
giv tus, soltse eboiiwhionuost drieso
suitl on a um aull incmeuiijust whait
hue is loinfo1 fr. Beim;gimiadeof
('Iipc sh'r'uinkthefabrics, these clars
wcarloge'r thanum thu ordinary, anmiiimu
suice cocretQuatar Slurs. Quarter
sizesinisures, miiithue other humid, perfect
15c each; 2 for 25c
tutuo yoiuuefooshpslui
Cluett, Peabody Q~ Co.
andsthits iiintte 1orld.
Offc2609 S. 4th Ave. Phone 985.
losidenci. 301 S. 5tb Ava. Phone 314
AMBULANCE ON CALL

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Investments
in face comfort, bring big re-
turns. Thsere's big face con-
fos'l ill the famaous IN
I LAAMSHTC

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

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

Do You Play Base Ball ?

PuItts
Gloves
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.Irs'ILea'veAssen.Arbor'
Going North sm0 a m. and 4:35 p. m1.
Going Sooth 7:0 a . 01., 11:35 a.01. and7:51 p. 01.
J. J. KIRBOY, w. T. WPILLS,
Gentl Coin. Agent, Agent,
Tuodou, Ohia Ann Arbor, Much
Bell piune 100-mr Hume phane 698
1(3HWGAN CENTIwAL
''e Nolgoes Rals Rweti
Chicago Buffalo Boeston New York
Through Trains East-.18 a. mi., 2.40_p. m1.,
4.55 p. 0., .10 p. 01. 1105 p. m
Localo East-6t. 0., *11.10 a. m., *4.05 p.m.
*8.36 p.m
Through Trains VWes-2.07a m~,,7.8a. m.,
0.18 a. m., lea3p. mo. 10.00 p. mi.
Lecas oWest-2td am., *8.28 a. 0m., 01.405p.
*I(xcept Sunday.)
Connections at Ghicago Con St. Louis
Kansas City and the Wat. -
W. Wi. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

Let us order a base ball suit or shoes for you.
A good fit is half the game.
BUSY AT Vhe CO OP.

.ill

New Oxfords
Just Received

WAHR-The S-hoeman 218 So. Main St.

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