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- THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

r 6.1Ho WILD Gos
THE
LEADING
Tailors
7.Makers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
[FULL DRESS SIS
A SPECIALTY
311 S State St.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
MEDIUM PRICED
Tennis
Rackets
Made by Tryon, of Philadel-
phia. When you examine
them you will he surprised at
their excellent models, qual-
ity and finish.
Star - - - $1.25
Wysseliffe - $2.50
Speelal - - $3.50
Tournament-
Tape-wound neck, reinforced
in center hy extra stringing,
perfect halance - $5.00
Spalding, Wright & Ditson
goods also.
Sheehan & Go's
Students' Bookstore

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
En~tered as secnd casst matter at the An,,
Arbor Postoffice.
Puhlish~ed daily (Mattdays exctpted) during
the college yea,, at sty East Washington
str-eet. Sell phase 89a. Haste phane 70.
Massaging Esitior, CLYDE L. DEW
Business Massager, WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
Athletias.........Clarenc E. Eldridge
Newss...........Lauis D. Stiahney
Exahanget...... Charles E. Winstead
Music .........A. H. Orteye
Wastes .........Effie J. Arststrang
EDITORIAL STAFF.
Hugh Alles Frasklis C. Packs
Acthur C. Pound.
ASSOCIATES.
Geocge A. Osbora Harald C. Sstith
Fercis N. Sstith Geacge A. Sarnes
Rahert H. Classy Frask J. Clack
Henry F'. Schulte Hescy A. Mostgastery
D. F. Stevenssan Jahn F. Wart
Glenn 0 Bradley Flayd H. Jones
Ray V. Lull
RATES, $2.5a pea yeac, oc $.oo if paid is
advance.

butmtatty seniocrs are aitathcetic attd ara
ttot icliinedt to take lice ttatter seriously.
1rahitiocts anti casloms arc necessary
to tite perp~etuattion as well as to itac cx-
pressiont of a trite collegc spirit. Those
who refuse to support and encourage
titis castom na d othcrs thcat we have are
tldoing titeir part to retartd the develop-
tttrtt of Michigan spirit.
Thei resignaationsof Professors Kirca-
cer- acid .McLautghtlint htave teett officially
tiacceictedl. It is ntncecessary to tdwell
onc the great ltoss thact thtis tmeacis to tihe
ituiversity. Thcclccss is deeply appcre-
ciatd. If sttchtintcidlents cc-rceaticona-
mntite ottlooccicfccr Michtigan woutclie
ttturelhcpicclc. Btic inte list year the
uiviersity htas lost Icy deaith or resignta-
tiuottficvc of its mtacprontitent profes-
socs. Thteir tittes cacntttstle filed icy
cttnctofl rqual iprestige andti ability. The
fitnancial condcitionctccf the uctcversity will
incecitablcy place cte stamtp of cmecdiocrity
itt cte itistituttioifcthle legislatucretines
cot coccme to cit e rscute. Thte cryincg
teed of iith cuiiercity is imocrcccmoney.

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Address: WALTER R. HANS Business aditinitto A'Te ])aily staff ocf Williamtc

Msanager, a3s S. 12thaSt., Phsse 849aL

ThiURSDAY, APRIL, 26, Ho6.
Editor today-JOHN F. WURZ.
CALENDAR.
April 26a-Orgaa recital hy August
Schtmidt, itt Facalty cotacert series.
Unaiversity hall, 8 p. at.
April 27-Meeting of Bird clith. Muts-
eumn lectare room, 7 p. a.
Batnquet of cte Cosnaopolitaa clah.
Itnter-society dehate hetweea Alpha
Nit and Wehster societies, leadinag
to lice cap dehate.
Acicntal hanqaet of cte Y. Wi. C. A.
at Newberry hail.
Soph lit receptinaacidnce. Bar-
littr gymnasiaum.
April 28-Bacehall: Michcigatn vs. Illini-
ois, tat Ferry field.
W. A. A. electint of officers, 4 in 6
o'clock, at gym.
Untiversity of Pentisylvantia track maeet.
Itter-society dehate hetween Adelphi
anad Jeffersonaian societiec, leadinig In
the cap dehate.
Meeting of Alpha Na society. Main
hailding, 7 :30 p. to.
April 3o-Addrecsshy Karl W. Zimamer-
schtied hefore the Chemical Cohno-
qaiuma. Roona 203, chtentical taboe-
atorY, 4 P. tm.
Wc. A. A. dance at Baritone gyma.
The settior cwintg-outt is ne of Mick-
igac's estabclisked castomas, antdlonae of
thce maost intterestintg feattires of the cen-
inc yeatr. Every sencior shlcd icirncoat
aci htelpcto atake te swicng-oauttis
year a success. Thte cetti-ittec that at-
tachces in this ceremaotty is ccit chteapnor
costecitatiouts. We bcelieve Iliactlice cus-
tm is- righttly retaiined acad that it will
gaicn rather thata lose significace in
years to conte. The amtoant of intierest
shtowc thtis year is rallier etncouragitig,

A. Mlhlierni. Mcr. Aluiclieric is ac jcucior
ltaw,.ccciiiatprcopcos oflhis appinictmientwe
itaty expcress t oe t hatlct candeidiates
tio alt cepacrtmcencts will coetti ount for
Tlie iDailyiboardi test fIlch A retire-
sentatice staff is icecessacry ico ccthorc-
tougihy represetative cllege tatter.
licltigttc icent cace jucst ctise for
prile ithce trcciteacmcttut ciiireicre-
secctthcemc at thce Penncsylvtanita teet.
WViitfester mten ecnteredltcancanciy of te
cotter conctestincg scols, 7M/ichigan id is
fair ictocmke lice cmost credlitabtle shcow-
intg.
Theite rckitecaci cad Directcir Fitzitat-
rick cctsaccaiedi The Daily's athcletic
editorc, Clarece C. Eldridige, iccPhtilai-
deiai last tighct. "Doipe'' will attenad
te Pen'ntcsylvantia invcitatincmieet.
D)ETROuIT PA\PER MAKES
PLEA FOR UNIVERSITY
'lie Detroit CEcecnicig Newss inc an ed-
itrial icc yesterdaty's issue cadvocated
'ht rea-nabtlte propottrtioni" of te
cccerflowssingig marttty schoolfn d cicirececit-
ly aciriedi iy ac decisionitcompaieliag
racilroadcs icc pay their tax assessmnts,
ice gic-en the unciversity to lie utilized itt
providincg cetter scalaries focr icecacers of
thce facutltyscithtuu ichiigact cay nittlose
ciccre ciierrcenownccedl edctrccs. The
edlitcrial icc fulllis:
'Yesterday's cieeticigcclfte regents
ccl the Univ-ersity ccf iMichaigani was
largelyconcerertc wsithc bctsiccess of a
icaticreiliac is calculated tn set hothi the
maecicbers of thce coardi acidlice frietnds
ol te icistitictin to thininiig seriously
aboucct its future. Amcotig the acatters
preseccied for cnidceration were the
rcesigntaitis of twoc of thte mitaiiemaictent
cieccbers of the faculcty, of two valued
istrctocrs ini scienctific departceints acid
of the curator of the uniiversity icucieuita.
Mr. Kircner's retireicetit fron thIe lawj
faculty, of swhciic e tas long heec aa
concspcicuouccs oramcictc, is apiparecatly dute
icc sipeciacl cicises thcat tire cwithout geic-;

eral significace. All the ite acan-
ricsatptar trcchctve bcent created iy te
finacictial iciabiility ot MVietigac's great
seat of learninig to. coitpete withcotiter
eductaiona listitcutios acd idtht cott-
mtercial employers for the serices of
in who ave estalished reutationis
ia particlar liles of scolarshipiiath
research. Two of te deparicg istrc-
tors inth ie entgineeriing departimentcliac
been laned away iy the spierir tattrac-
tioncs of iprivate eimpiloymetaccini their
proftessiocts. Curttor Adcamts, our of
Amterica's few tiaraof mtitn tthis cdiffi-
cucinihtg, goes to lie Cincinnattti icas-
ecimc, whilie Prof. Mcacighlini succumbcls
to the einticem-ts of Sadacctrd Oil satt-
ary acdctter cs-ighty advsacttgestcci
dered int Iy Chicagounivciersity.
'These are onity a few of te losses
that Acnn Arbcor has suffered sitteer-c
itouis eindowimecnts of teRocckefele cor
Staiford type hbegtnito c-ptercatc-cit
the iccreasing deitandl for scietiic at-~
tainmiettsiinutria life ino iccake the'
igher learninica tbusicess casset. E-
cept for the devotionccd hlocctattach-
cieint of imany of the mcore disinigsedc
itectbiers cf hirefaculty , Ann tArbortc
woudihtare suffeediimutchi mocre secerely-
thatnctstearcs itt this particulard. 'lie
ticme is rapitly approctacinig, if it is ccci
tready teree, whinithte pratle f Adi-
gait imust sobierly coccside whieter
thae itniversidy is tocaccept ci secotntdr
iplace amiotng Ameuricaitcriters o f it-
siructtioni iy reasont if iailtiity toideci-
quately compenrcsate steciltalttettorc
whether thcey-willtaktie mtesures ico keci
it icc the frtiediviisionitbiy proccaingitait
icoime catter icc keepicgciticte trw
condteitions swtith Itodern deelopctccci
tas created.
"Circumtantces caner or less focti-
tocts seemt ichavie cmatde the tpresecttd
opotritneocicasiont for etiracete ccitt
sideration of lietproklemt. The suprtemei
court's cdecisiontsusttaiig te stu ti
vaoremittax tia- for corpocrtitincsnitc
only tmakes immtaeitely avcaiiabhle attun
precedeited sittt if tmotey for the licne-
fit of har commoniiweathi's iditatitiniciil
funtds, ut it insures a large andit te
pendabl~e ittcrease in, the tanal recrits
Inc the future. It is ceairtat tere
must atnd wiltle i toner ielesseradicl
retadjutsttmetiof ccnstititiottnal ccidisiat-
uttiry resicttincs afcting th~ ie -tpcilic-
iattof these retenues itnd c ittmcy- Ie
rathter farttitice thatthedise - tat the
univiersity ineets tic-c beniesteciailly
emphciasied this spri ite. I a re-sionable
protportinaoif theiewe iccctte tatt is
assutred cain ie nobtained atariscurtedtflic
thte hpdse, that.presige cclisAnn A'roir,
the sonidness of its tadeitionsantc the
ability atndzeal a1 its rincing faIcultty
with go far tic garatete the cia inteanccie
of its present stacntincg aog te
worlds great fouts of learcnitg. Oter
wise, it itucst icevitably fail to kepipchaer
with the progress f heage acird cci-
just its programt humbctler asirtiotns
thanti those whichc htaie dictedi its des
tiny uptt~o this ont."
SENIORS-Leave yor orders for
i9o6a stemns atid oak shields at Artnld's
ewery store. f
Sirt waists made. Prices reasottable.
708 . State street. f

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Engraved
Cards
SENIORS
Sole ave arderasa attinc.
100 Cards and Plate
Engravedtinaniy styleao cript de
siretd, only
$1.25
100 Cardicsinomaitei,
78c
Old Englith, Rosnde, Black, Gothic
and RoasaTypes at
LOWEST PRICES
WA HR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

Brief Making
and the

Use of
Law Books
A book every law
tudetit atnd young
lawyer should
have.
Price, $2.00
Cash or Exchange for your
Law or fledical Books
C. E. BARTHELL
Phase 761
326 Saath State Street,
Ass Arbor, Mich.

Special Prices ois
Leather Pillows
Including
MUCHIGAN SEAL
Untll April Ist
DARLINU & 11ALLEAUX
224.226 S. StateSt5

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The Only Soap
that won't smart or dry on the
face. The oniy soap that
makes shaving easy.
WILLIAMS' SHTVINK

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Students' Lecture
Association

WILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS,
LELAND T. POWERS,
FREDERICK WARDE,
SIR CHENTUNG LIANG CH-ENG,

April 30
.fIlay 2
May 16

A NEGLIGEE COLLAR
is exactly what you wanst for style, conmfort and
economy. It is the latest thing out. They have
proved so popular that we have been compelled to
send in an immediate re-order. Call and examine
tihe line before buying a negligee shirt with an at-
tached collar.
If you desire a Spring Cravat, a Negli-
gee Shirt, witb or without a collar, or Tux-
edo, we can fit you out.
At Uhe Co-Op
The Store of the Students, by the Students and
for the Students.

ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tsala aLeave Ann'.a Arbssr
Gintg North 9:05 a. mt.anad 4:35p. a.
GongsSauth 7:20 a. mt., 11:t5a. m. asd7:33p. a.
J. J. KIRBY, W. T. WILLS,
Genat Pass. Agant, Agest,
Toleda, Ohia Ass Arbar, Mick
Bell phone l3t-ir Hosts phase 698
XAIHGAN CiniRi
d"tfl Aiagara Falls Roume"
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through TrainsEast-8.18 a. mt., 2.d0 p.m.
4.55 p. st., 9.30 p. st. 11.05 p. st.
Loaals East-6.05 a. st., *11.t an ., *4.05 p.
ca.3 p. m
Through Trains Wet-2.07 an,,~7.58 a. n.,
9.18 a. mt., 2.3 . st. 10.20 p. m
Locals West-l2a.an., *8.28 a. mt., eats0 p.
st., a6.10 pa.
* (Exccept Sueaday.)
Caonneciass at Chicago for St. Louis
Kansas City and lbs West.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbar

S. L. A. OFFICE HOURS, 5 to 6 P. M.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

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CIGARS, TOBACCO,
CANDIES

THE MECCA BILLIARD PARLORS

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SOUTH STATE ST

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