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April 13, 1906 - Image 2

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Ui.flWILD CO.
LEADING
Tailors
A Makers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
FULL DRSS SUITS
t A SPEfCIALTY
Ann ~ Arbor, Mih.
Shoes
Base Gloves
1Bats
Ballii Masks
Pants
Spalding Make
at
Sheehan & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
O 'Patche, Dimond or other
personal property.
Watches and ewery repaired.
B'rgalne in W t hers & Diamonds
Dtee atretlence X31 E. Li.rty St
Ann ,1cc
lI'iesn te lI30 Irv. 1lt3:311-lndi l
5 sr.*
ALL r-NV a esNWt cItsiAL
JOSEPH1 C. WATTS

TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Etered astseond clas mattn' at the Aun
Arbur Postoffice.
Published daily (Moendays exoepted) during
the college year, at tIt7 East Washington
street. Bell phone $9a. Heoce phone 70.
Managing Editor. CLYDE 1- DEW
B usianes Maager. WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
Athletics ........Clarence E. Eldridge
NIews .........LouiesD. Stickney
Exchanges........Charles E . Winstead
IMusic .........A. 31. Ortneyer
rWomen .......... Effe JArmstron
r EDITORIAL STAFF.
rHugh Allen Franklin C. Parks
Arthur C. huand.
ASSOCIATES:
C George A. Osborn Harold C. Stmith
P erris N. Smith Georat A. Barnes
r Rtohert H. Clancy Frank' j. Clark
fiHnery F. Schulte Henry A. Montgomnery
11). P.Steevenson john. .Wore
rGlenn D Bradley Floyd H. Jones
t oy V. Lull
rRATES : la.topee pear, or $Sate if paid in
r advance.
r Addres: WALTER R. HANS' Bsusiaess
1Maaager. 236 S. 12th St.. Phoae 549 L.
FRIDAY, AP~RL 13. 1906.
Editor today-=ROY V. LULL.
CALENDAR.
Aplril r3-=-Spring vocation begins, at tile
close of the day's classes.
April 16-Law'Social club dattce. Gratt-
gr's acadenis.
\tsril 24-Classes resumed.
Mleetissg of the board of regents. Re-
genlls'room, losw bsilding.
.\pril 26-Organs recital by Augulst
Schsibidt, ito Faculity concert series.
t nisersity suit, 8 p. ti.
A\prl: 27Meeting of Bird ciltb. Mus-
1111 leclture room, 7 I. O.
laniulqel of tbe Cosmopolitals cluil.
Iter-society debate betweelsAlphsa
Nulatnd Webster societies, coaing
to the cop tdebate.
'With today's isn e The D~aily sus-
petnds pulblicationtltuttil after Easier va-
catiots. The text issue will be Tuesday
moslrnlig, April 24.

sre abutost tielisit of our ostioor tri-
ing. As a result of these suntosard cot-
ditos Mul. iichiganiessters the championt-
ship race handicapped; or oen are as
yet heavy and consequently slow. The
long southern trip, though it wilt be a
hard put, is just the thing to pt the
players it shaie for the rest of the
clallpiolship season. Its the sunty
suutilalid tiey arc sure to seet with
warmer weather, she prayer of all base-
alt artists since it reduice their weight
assd gtsste picinig sarmss its codiion.
If M~iciganl retirns fromttie sothbut-
defeated, the teami will be prepared to
do battle iss real earlest for the retettion
of tse campionshlip earted so eatly
last year.
Coach McAllister found a strong co-
lections of oldi players wens he retrted
tisisprig. Tie vacant place lve sets
fillicit is a careful process of selection,
s that tieleamcolsems well-aansced.
beter ill this respect even thal last year.
Its fal compni~ay tiese yonlgsteisay
havesage-fright. sit we will swatch ue
Chicago gamie withs eager eyes, consciossa
lthatMichigans selh figit every ics cf
tile will whastever thseotlcone. telmore
conisident, iperasis beause ue ivincile
Saniger will lei te ceter cii tieit-
isod. Te Daily bids you faresell,
boiyscwisis the kiowedge that Michigan,
wivin or lose, will sot sffe ill reputation
for gamseness y tisin tvasions into for-
egnt Iainus.
W INSTEAD ANt) BOWMAN
ELECTED TO S. L. A. OFFICES
At a mleeig of the bord of control
of tie Sudseiss' ~ecture asociation,
Charles I. \iisead, '07, taisppoited
corresponidingg ecretary and Ward S.
Biwimain,oWS, was made treasurer, rie
ew board met lst ight std perfected
ani organiziaion. Te board is composed
f Presideist Clre, Messrs. Wistiead.
Bowtiatn, Ce aisc Motigmiery, aiid
Professrs Glover aid Goddard.
Due ations of the new issud ivasssial
the trustees are to lbe allowed th le tres-
clii aiidlparicipate ill the cdiscusssisi of
se bioird. It is deteermsiie diis year
to tmae the associatioin a imoire repre-
sentaive organiziation,. asse the action
toil ight ini regardi iiitle rstsees is
a sleps in this directioin.
TWO ENI;AGEM9ENTS
ARE ANNOUNCED)
Frienids are coigrtulainig tail young
ladies of the Sorosis sorority sho ave
recently annsoniced their engagement.
Mcis Leliai Voland is te facee ofi Clif-
ford Seveeisoii of the Sigisa Ni frat-
ernity anid Miss Lucille IHoyt liss a-
nunotcedi her eiggemen to Clogs Br-
scsi of she Delta Upilon frateriity.
Prof. F. N. Scott has retrsed from
liii letringtour in the eas. Five lec-
tures were delivered: he Prosody of
Wat Whitmiamn" as Bryis Mawr aid Col-
isiibia, aisd "A Mysterious Lectre" be-
fore he graduate clb.Hils remainsinslg
two stip were at Vassar aid O)hio
State. The tour was estirely successful,
Profesor Scott beinig received every-
shelesbiylarge sinsdlapreciative aindi-

BASEIIALL TEM LEAVES
ON LONG SOUTHERN TRIP
(Coninsued frois page onie.)

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Finest
Line in
The City
Wright &
Ditson's
"Star"
$1.00
Surprise"
$1.50
"Hub"
$2.00
"Park"
$2.50
Others at
$:3.50
$4.00
$5.00
and:$r.o

Ininiigs pitceds-By DeNeffe 4. by
Saisger :i. H-its off DeNeffe 4, off Sans-
ger 3. Bases ons sails off Sanger i, off
Weller 3. Two-base hits-Katufmiani,
Lowell. Three-base hits-Wendell,
O'Briens. Stisless bases-Relley, Sistli-
sass. Raufimani, Lowell, Pierce. Steack
list-B D eNeffe 3, by Sager 6.,lby
Weller 7. liii lippitcedeibal-Martins.
Umirsie-Buolin.
'1HI11 WEEK'S ISSUE OF
INL.ANDER NOW REA\DY
Thie Inlanscer for tsis week issnoswsOst
'isesinduse wealth of goodst erial
wvicit i afforsds has causedi very fasvor-
abile ciommusens. "College Life ini Dramia"
forsstse csaptioin for a sveryesiiomiendc-
absie article byi'Riolaisd S. Cruise.,swhile
''Tue Vial iof Heau,"iv yJohn S. Mar-
ray.,usnsdl"At ishViing Wiell," lip Bar-
sara 7sieAlva.ip.are sothinssereitisigisort
stiirie s wisis leserlycoinceivediiplots.
'Thle edlitorius i thilis issue are epc
ally signifiicaisi, shoiwiing consicderabile
thou gist a'di el-ioiisdedsiniforioniss
iii tie'msaters sdissised. In all the In-
landier is fully sip tiithsutaindarid anid
furishiles aci rycciaceptsable fissisiof ini
terestinigsiniciprofitiaible 'eainig.
ENGINEERS TARE EAS'T-
ERN VACATION TRIP
Abouit t hirtyuif te nicssbers if she
juiiir ieiginseerilig class still lease Anns
Arbior lthismorniug sillai siecial 5tsails
isouit for their aisniul easternip el. 'The
surly will vil stteeiginseerinig shops ini
tir pirisscipls icities iof use east. Begisn-
iilg witissToledou, wichel willbliesited
tomolurroiw, they wel il ispect the lig
maicinae planits ctiPittsbitig. Waishing-
soil. New Yosrk ansd Niagara. The party.
will lie ini charge ofi Prolfessis Sadler
cansd lsisley.
iliti ssis'lul s iii i ii'fealedi,.
1'I f.cii eiss cew'*'':ui a sdebate upionl
she :,ojeci, "Resisesi, tubiftshe srisicis Ic
ofi instervention esissltici'iis-d inithe pest-
ictiieaty'wills '-)a',lDoio'shield lie
'ecced liy tile LuiseilPl Pr' tincs'-
Isis uipheld ithe um-uctise.
Official 'oh6 michigau ieil;sil'oily'
at Ye Stiudessi Shop. (mis.E. Willi-ani
streil. Seniiir las ajn,-ss i sssiclaws
pleaise caiii fur J. Mi. pinc.. tf
Lest ye forget, I say it yet-Visa needc
ai picture. Lvyndoni.

WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

COAT SHIRTS
are mode nf the best white or cnlor-fuel
fabrics. You can gte precisely what yet
wont of your dealer if you insest on it.
$1.50 and more. Cluett Evening Dress
Coat Shirt are the hest you cot get.
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
Lagtkes ollars andshirt s in oth e ld.
FUNERAL
O. M.L JVartlll DIRECTOR
Oltica2f0) S. 4th Ave Phone 198.
tlnsidecnce 302 hi. 5th Ave. Phone 314
ASIBULABON ttCALL
You are Not Fair
to your face unless you sup-
ply it with the creamy, heal-
ing lather of
WILLIAMS' TSHAVING

Tonmorrowsethe varsity baseball team
opens the imtercollegiate season at Chi-
cago.,ilayitng Staggi teanm at Marshaoll
field. Michigans athletes are isot apt to
forget thait somse five msonths ago other
.Micihiganm athletes bit thue dust itn a foot-
ball gaime where they were sot out-
playedl. Bat it will do nso haris for The
D~aily ts remnmd she ball-tossers that vie-
tosry will seem all thie dearer if it has in
it te elemeets of revenge, atnd that for
the samte reasont a isiut-ouit woutld fill
sue hearts with lthsgivinsg.
Mhichuiganmhsc a long trip anth a bard
onie ahead of her. Our mnimsust play
eight gooses on foreign fiehds. Uip ho
datie Michigan has siifferedh more thiams
thie sts r westeris teatms frotisac iase
sp ring anid sad weathser; teno practices

; I ences.

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El

Students' Lecture
Association
S. L A. OFFICE HOURS, 5 to6 P. M.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

Men' "well Soes
A shoe as well as a suit of clothing to give per-
fect satisfaction as to service or style must be made
to please different individuals. You can only secure
such satisfaction by having your shoes made to
order. We have made special arrangements with
Whitehouse & Hardy, Yale Outfitters of New Haven,
Conn., to handle their men's swell shoes. We have
a complete line of samples of the latest Spring and
Summer Styles. If you desire 'a stylish Oxford,
Dancing Pump, or a shoe for Canoeing, we are pre-
pared to give you entire satisfaction. Call and ex-
amine our line before purchasing.
BUY AT Vhe CO-OPf.

ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Ts'w.ts eLseave AwArbor'
toeing North 9:05 a. m. and 4s35 p. m.
Going Sooth 7:20 a. in., 11:3.5 . m. andl7:3tlp. m.
J. J. KIRBv, W. T. WILLS,
Get 1Putt. Agent, Agent,
Taledo, Ohio Situ Arh )r nMich
felt phone 135-1r Home chone 13a8
t 1CH1CtN CENTRMSL
rte xigar Flk dAnusan
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Thrsagh TeaistEs t-8.18a. in., 2.i0p. in.,
4.55 p. in., 9.30 p. m. 11.05 p. m
Locals Ease-.na a. in., 011.10 a. in., *4.05 p.m.
*8.36p. m
Through Tratns West-t.0t a in,,7t5t a. in.,
9.18 a. in., 2.33p. m. 10.20 p. m.
Locats West-t24 a. in., 08.28 a. in., *1.40 p.
M., *6.10p, M.
*h(Except ,Sunday.)
Conneetions at Chicago lee St Louis.
Kansas City and the West. -
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbsr

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,New Oxford '.:
Just IReceived

WAHR-I~The Shoeman 218 So. Mai n St.

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