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April 28, 1906 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE
LEADING
Tailors
,.Makers of Men's Clothes.I
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
[ULL DRESS SUITSj
A SPEfCIA[TY
j 311 S. State St.
~Arnn Arbor, Mich.
Engraved
Cards
and
Announcements
Ordered now will
reach you in a very
short timue. Don't
put it off till the rush
season and run the
risk of delay. We're
showing several new
styles of cards.
100 Cards and Plate,
$1.25, Script
2.50, Roman
3.00, Old English
PrintlngCards from Plate,
75 cents per 100
Sheehan & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Special Prices an~
Leather Pillows
Inludig
AICHIIGAN SEAL
Until April 1t
DARLING & rIALLEAUX
224-226 S. Stat S

THE MICHIGAN DAILY. should conic to the recue. Now that MIA~SS M1EETI1\( l,1

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Entered'a second clasmater at tim Ann
Arhor Postoffice.
Pabithed daily (Mondays ecepte) dringI
the cotege year, at tey ast Wahingtn
street. Bett phne 82. Hme phone 76.
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
Business Manager. WALTER R. MANS
EITORS. Y
Athetis.........Clarene . Eldridge)
Netws............Louis . Stikey
Echange. ... ..Charles . Whttead
Musin...........A. H. Ortmee
Women ... Ci........Efie J. Atmstrng
CDITORIAL STAFF.
Hagh Aten Franklin C. Path.
Arthur C. Fated.
ASSOCIATES.
Gerge A. Osorn Harad C. Snith
Ferris N. Smith George A. Barnes
Coert H. Cany Frank J. Clak
Henry F. Shute Witianm A. Mutern
. F. Steentn IHenry A. Montgomery)
Genn 0 Bradley John F. Wrn
Coy V. utt Foyd H. Jones
RATES: Sa.t per year, ar $.ua i paid is
adane.
Addrea: WALTER R. HANS' BusinessII
Manager. 286 S. 12th SL. Phone 849 L.--
SATURD)AY, APRIL 28,i 96.
Editor today-GLENN D. BRADLEY.
CALENDAR
Aril 28-Basehall: Michigan vs. Illin-
ois, at Ferry field.
\W. A. A. electiotn of officers, 4 to 6
o'clock, at gym.
Utiversity of Pennsylvania track meet.
Litter-society deate etween Adephi
attd Jeffersoriats societies, leaditg to
the cp debate.
April 3-Address y Karl W. Zimer-
schied efore the Cemical Cllo-
quitim. Room 203, eemical labor-
atory, 4 p. tm.
W. A. A. datnce at Baror gyn.
D~aily board ltttcht at Oyster Byit
to is'cltck today.
Todaoyte local 1soi aseball season
opets witht Illitois as otr oppotents.
Wie eartestly desire victry, bit tiere
are somoe tinigs that are ttore imiportat
lthsn victory. We wottld raller see
Miciigass lose after a clean, hiard-fogt
contest in whichsotr oppoetts were
treatesi with cotrtescy atd fairtess, tian
to wins by tetse of tntckerishs tactics.
It is tp to every Msichigan msan wo at-
tendis the gooe tis aftetoon to see
'hat or opponetts ae treated with
esry ptssiblecouttesy. Evett if tere
were tt otiter reasot, it wold be bt
a slight retrn to the Campaigt oyt
fose ushiospitable receptions acored
osur foostballi seoes last fall.
Recesnt papers report as death frotm
ears faiure dtritg a gooe of tetnis.
It is indeed deplorable that Amsericats
athtletics are characterized by such hor-
rid buttality. The A. A. U., or somse
siller regttlary cotsititted atthority,

fosotball lass ecbseen arfslly expsrgaed,
let the critics Itunteir attentist to
othserbateftl thltticis. 'sitlshsorter
ganmes. more open play, a shorter sea-
sotn.attd the elinisatiotn of roughness,
lawnt tetstis cats take its pslace, alotg
sithsi solitaire, tiddl-de-stiks atd jack-
strawos, as a high cass college gamoe.
AUDI'T'OR GENERAL AND
REGENTS IN IGHT
AudiittsrtGecnecal Brasley has taens
issue swt ithteioasrs of regets over cr-
tai classes(f e-pndcitres siade usnde
thec litrs svsocrsstnd recfusespasy
uent f ts the snirsty's tmothtly lie-
portionsiiifte fussd by teosne-fotrt
sill tixselichs amsontsed to $39,45.50,
psenintg -s decissoss itheicisater.
Vouicherss tuun which te adito get-
ceral looks wits disfavoc ae tosc cov-
ettng thse expentss of numertcos trips of
Prcsidlent Angl o alussnsi msetigs its
various perts of tsc conity asd other
tips shersee le has delivered addrsses,
such as at te iagration of te prs-
iuesit of te Univesity of Virgisia.
Other vosucessre those for excenses
of memttbcrs of te faculty on trips takcn
undile tsc dircctions of te board of c-
gcents or Prsident Agcll,te tis of
prosfessors of thcecegiseerisg dpsrt-
smscnt its cmpaysywitht their classes to
mtanutfacturintg cntrs arc also se-
The ight betweeni the egessts asd
Auitossr General Bradley will be taess
to tsuipecmsi court ad its otcomes is
aiwaitedristihiasigreateat of istees.
UPP5ER PENINSULA CLUB
HOtLDIS SMOKER TONIGTr
A\ll ssidessts frost the Uper Pesis-
sula are usrges to tirntoti to the first
socr f tecebb's exitec. Ample
preparaitioss have hen miade by te
commssitee its charged asd a good timec
sisassredi tall. 1t is imsprtntttthat
as sissy asspossibleicshould sttendeliso
order tos becoecbtter sacuintsted asd
pshsi the sew club.
Attemptits hate beets siade before to
orgasizecsitsUpper Pesisisula cisb,ut
they isse failed ott accounit of sck of
suppt~ort. Nowss is the right timeict gel
strted, as s ig lu nchtil are etussiastic
autu silling to do all tast is possile to
tikthe newsci sestrec succeed. All out
toniight abutve Oyster Bay at S oclc.
ILLINOIS BAD TROUBLE
BEATING NOTRE DAME
By massinisg test rus ithie eighth
ininssg, Illinois -ant the baseal gamse
withs Notre Danme 'Tursday, after it
was apparetlty lost. Pitcher Pece of
Notre ODsase had the Illisi comipletely
baffled inthie early stages of the game,
but weahesed its the eighth, and three
errors, sevenssitls asd a base on balls
gaethe Canpaign boys ten runs asd
te game. OGormsan, swlo relieved him,
let Illinsois dosnsitheiiot a hisi. Jeiss of
Illissois was givenas an fusl beaing, st
lie stictchsie etire game out. Score:
S2 3 4 56 78g9 K lE
Illinois.... o0,t5o0 0 o 1 o0so-t2 9 6
Notrei,.100 22 0 0512 - 9136

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'Te prpossue ntsiscl mailsstsii mee isg
for teserelief of ts' ass rsisisss suf
ferers swill le eldsiniiUnier sty alt
Tuesday cvctiitt, .\ayis, f ruuis7t 8
oclocik. Efforts aeiccgscmsakt se-c
cue e sts''ci tiisss sithsittrritledils
aster ia tcsie ft lc spcaker s forts-
evening. lOthesr uuuuuuminen t .sakrs sil
lie secured and ltensti)wtilltic as-
nouncssedslaste.
'T'he fosllowiin lcestill licioend
tisday to rece-ie cinrit) is: Xtir
huot. store. Calinss'-dusit orsos ox
sffice Univrsity Iiall lMc illansitf
andilNessbitrev Its-Lt ver lya
Micheligantsusdenti taikecthis por)uaity
sit expressiigIhis st5sitysr the
sufferers in as matetsial it it
\i. A. A. ELECI'O~N.
Yesterilsisafternoon, t a tlosean
excitisig electioni. he foloinssg officer
swere elected inth~e N'Nststasthle'iticl
assocsiations: Presisdesnt, Emiiiv Strh.
43, Mre. Jacisit, 37; ice 5re sits's 0
Edith Lutes, .a, Clarai risetlodi, 3t;
secretary, Olive Bichs, 42, lBlnche
Milityots 24, Miss\Waler 9; t resrr
MatyOBaer 64, 15555is\etWibur io, t)ais
Russsll 7;: snioururspsetati5,5Rena
Molssiter 56,Ruth Ifius 504,tin Xifredc
Wilson 7; jusiorsrpsettis ivesu Harrit
Stiallcy 34, Marart ITseter 33 Aits
litoe Carter g, -MissI'temingis"3; tstihs
mosire reprsenttivs I tara ITreea 38,
Florcence iBakler 34 1 dil Iaylsr7.
As is sects by tesabolists. urtniss, te
electisos was assextremely clsetoe.s Inli
he cisntest fos itsesidnts h mjistii
is tsle sasie as iiwasislast year.
COSMOPOLTANCILCUI
101;1) SUCCE'SSFUl. 1 'NQb 5,1
The Uniersity Cssmopolitiani lit)
gate their firit sisioural baquasjstbi
ight at Cittisg ftss. A'iltssthirt-
ive rpresenttivs occ hif s an
counttrie of thewisldstr t sot)nitosui a
simiple butS elegantlytsesrscidimiesi. ''The
giests (f the eeingitiwssr lrfcsosrs
Mairtini i'Oogc tasnilC.'. i. osstloril. iand
Dr. Chirles Wagier. A u5)ique sand i-
terestinig pogamofttfastss> euiths~e
evening's entetrtaintisss. Sranibass
G;tltta ofsitasswiiasos tmai.tistsr.
'The Clib- iiyo Sie Inoi, Jsan.
D'Osoge.
'fhe Foreigns Studenct-'A. S. Rirhjiitos
Disc Cosstractingsog r~sl-Prf . C. 1_
'fhe CbHisIouse- Consrtdsl'apis,1ter
msay.
'Te Other Fllws-D~r. Charles Wise
'iieligats-FrankiLh a, Peh'ru.
Hose We FeelWhlest 'tecAre Xii os
Frosts Bomet-Jamtes IBird-
Oer Duty-Jameos Sifre, IPoro Rico.
'fle commrsitee is casrge ioi the titu-
shetstece as follsti: JohnissNumatr
k~e, SitrassDassJalsia, Fresherichl.
Up sonst.
Try Phelps' Perfectiono chocolate puffs
and chips alCusinitg's pharmiacy.

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SENIORS
Shouldileaveirerstionuce.
100 Cards aind Plate
cmrass,,) inianysyl fi ci pt e d5e-
$1.25
75c
Old Engish, Ronde, Block, (inthic
andl Ronman Types at
LOWEST PRICES
The Bookstore That's Never
Undernold.

Brief Making
and the
Use of
Law Books
A hooR es-cry law
Stsudent ansd young
itsyetS-cshoiuldi
isare.
Price, $2.00)
Casih or Eixchange for your
L~aw or Mledical Books
C. E. BARTHELL
326s Sosath State Street,
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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.t an's ace
a.s a righit to health anid.
mifort. It cannt h lave these
aless he 11151sts3 upons
VILLI A S ' SSTIC K

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Students' Lecture
Association
WILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS............A
LELAND T. POWERS..............
FREDERICK WARDE............
SIR CHIENTUING LIANG CHiENG, . . . I
S .,L. A. OFFICE HOURS, 5 to 6 P. M.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

kpril 30
Cly2
Mlay 16

AAEIG LIG EE 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 heen compelled to
send in an immediate re-order. Call and examine
tile line hefore buying a negligee shirt with an at-
tached collar.
If you desire a Spring Cravat, a Negli-
gee Shirt, with or withottt a collar, or Tux-
edo, we can fit you out.
A th The Store of the Students, by the Students and
for the Students.

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Trn~masLen.va Aa Ar-bor
Cuing North 5,505 a. no. and 4:35ip. no.
Doing South 7,00 a. m.,t1135 .sm. and7t:33 p. m.
.. 3. IttY, W. T. WILLS,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Agent,
Toledos, Ohiuo Ann Arhur, Mich
Bellt phone 53.5-1r Homenphone oil
XW IGAN CENLR
'7he ,Magfariy FatlosPRs
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trains East-8.18 a. n., 2.40 p. in.,
4.55 p. m., 9.320 p. no.11ue5 p. no.
Lonals East-6.05us..in., *11.10a. n., *.05 p.m.
*8.36 p. no.
Through Trains Wet-2.ft a mo,, 7.58 a. n.,
9.18 a. m.,'2.33 p. nm. 1t.0 p.m.
Lonals Wet-tad . m., *0.28 a. n., *1.40 p.
m., *61p, no.
a (Ecept Sunmday.h
Cjonnetion at Chieago for St. Loais
Canan City and the We'st.w
W. W. CASE. Agent, Ann Arbnr

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