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May 01, 1906 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1906-05-01

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0PtHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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6. Hil WILD CO
THE
LEADING
Tallors
gMakers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
FULJL DRfSS SITIS J
A SPECIALY
311 S. State St.
Ann Arbor, HlcK.
Engraved
Cards
and
Announcements
ordered now will
reach you iu a very
short time. Don't
put it off till the rush
season ad 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
Printing Cards from Plate,
75 cents per 100
Sheehan & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Special Prices 01%
Leather Pillows
Including
f IICHIGAN SEAL
Vnttli April lt
DARLING & IIALLEAUX
224-226 S. Stat St

THME MICHIGAN DAILY. Ictheimbicaboclolthei ~-oleh-student
1)dy(1 A fewir iresosib ole. aiiii nscrop-
At-bor Pootoffice. mayii e toun iiiiii llycisociil -oupini
--- - -- - - -- cases -like tis, d icdittheii whole sf1-
Published daily (Mi~odaysexcepte-d) duinigx.c"ItiV. 'I'licsobor aid icspoicsible cC-
thecollege year-, at 7 te at iWashington s sol- rsn hs dmntain
stre-et. Bell phonte 892. House phoiie 76.icioiildccttc-itiiii ili
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW vent thirii oeiiOeiil1
Rosiness Manager. WALTER R. HANS -_ ______
EDOITORS. IMPORTA1NT6 A1'66L111
Athletis,......Clar-ence E. Eldridge___
News.............LoutiesD. Stiikttey
Etxchangee.......Chatlee E. Wittttead 61ta well-iiiciiied class-. occi ii' co
SMusco .............A.It. Otmteyer e liii icc iiiiiiiiithe o coolagsi cided
Womeno..........Eflse 3. Atrttttron tog ci iiici iliito have1 octi t o wIcithi
EDItTORIAL STAFF. theioN ii coo f bc iiitlsliiiihe senior
fHugh AllenFt-attklin C. Pat-ks. oi ' il-otithaii ight-irt parade.
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ASSOCIATES. iiuiiieldodiscsionofi theiilnii ,an
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th ir111 ens' oyl.l ill 0those ieic
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RATES: lo pet- year-, or- $a.oo it paid is
advanse
Aeddress: WALTER R. HANS' Business
Manager. 286S. 12th St., Phone 849 L.
18851) 66. II6Y i, 5116.
Editot- Tody-D. F. STEVENSON.
Thris o 110 ubtliitha1111theiexutberant
s111011.. (f 011111 otiiieints criedl 11011
too far Satiuriday i it te1r theicco-
bainp or. 'Te tifacir00111Statc
disregrdiiioflawiand1order and desgrc-
furtheur ficiiom iits uroe,. ciil 1had1tic
taffair beencondiiiictedthroughicttac-
coirodiigtoisip1lin,1-therie iiilithave
bee no iting disioreile toiithei linion
or the0u11111101y.11) is ipiarticr
111110theoo01101wiii of tiecluci iiiiiandi
tie pieopleofiheittice11is0 eecill
needed b iy bot th isUnicn andlog iii-
for0 11h1 stiiilentibody,1but1its right to
r0011110d01 io ns,1110itosIvery righit oicx-
istencedepeiids on11tlestuiieit.slihoi-
ing tiiim1100110s11011111sileicaiiilcapable
oi 0011-golernmoct.1 Tle futire growthii
financialll ciio. It is 110ghd11110
ab1111 tc eilist thie ovnipatiiiiiof tle legis-
of iiuieowieii Michuiganusill1bitoutc-
stirippedI l b- youniger atiioiwealtier in-
o1t1tutions11if presenticondititionis continue
to ubti.u M)iore equipiiintiist10needed
,Ihilghuer satiriesst111e11paidllo10r0-
tinii professors of nole aid abiliy. Coo-
tain- lie poe ieof itie slateswilbe
more ready 10 suipportithe university if
lie 01111e iapers oiot111continue to con-
tain11sltos of osiidiiitirresponsoibility
Aiiithier phase of itie quiois th1111
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FRATERNITY SEAL

Beautifulliy enigrvd is 0 pl ate
ofi soidiicoppee td oilton aii
ma sive siofweathered oak.
Oet thte Official Coat-at-At-nt
ot Your FrFtetrnsity
PRICE, $4.50
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

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s1ree1. Seour lavsi 11di ir as
11101100 cllfor J. IM. plitie. if

Brief Making
and the
Use of
Law Books
A took every law
SttudetIaml youtng
lawyer should
have.
Price, $2.00)
Casih or Exchange for your
Law or I'ledical Books
C. E. BARTHELL
P~hone 761
326 Soth State Street,
Ann Arbor-, Mice.
k TNecessity
t)r right shaving, and a heal-
rig hahin every time youi apply
to your f ace-
VILLIA MS'STCK

Tlry Pit-elps' Perfectionchcoliciate lufls
anl 011111 at Cushinig's pha~rmiacy.
Sutls pressed, 25c1 trousers, 100-
Foller & O'Connor. tf

Hlildreth's geninie s-elvecthisses at
Cushinog's.
'iTohetnn Arboir iPresormfu rl y Par-
koer & Sit)o , pinlteorsofill1110Michigani
gret od iotilt footbllth le 'Ieclitic, S.
00, A. hiandboiok, etc., etc., are printers
ho the stidetbotly 117 E.IWashing-
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Students' Lecture
Association

WILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFtIS,
LELAND T. POWERS,
FREDERICK WARDE,

April 30
.flay 2

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A NEGLIGEE COLLAR
is exactly what you nahnt for style, com~fort allo
economy. It is the latest thing out. They have
proved so popular tlhat we htave heehn conmpelled to
send in an immediate re-order. Call and exahmhine
the line before huying a negligee shirt with an1 at-
tached collar.
If you desire a Spring Cravat, a Negli-
gee Shirt, with or withouit a collar, or Tux-
edo, we can fit you out.
A Uh The Store of the Students, by the Students and
for the Students.

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINER.
Trais aLa.vaAnts Arbor
Going North 9:05 a. to.ad 4:35 p. mo.
Gsog Soothl7:20 a. to., h11:35a. to.adh7:33 pt.
J.3J. KIRBY, W. T. WILLS,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Agent,
Toledo, Ohio Ann At-bar, Mich
Boll phone 135-he Home phone 6116
"The Niagara Fails Route"
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trainst last-8.18 a. mo., 2.40 p. to.,
4.55 p. mt., 9.30 p. mo. 1105p. to.
Locals Blast-6.05 a. to., -11.10 a. to., *4.05 p.
*8.3t6 p. to.
Throughe Trains West-h.07 a. am~,7.58 a. to.,
9.18 a. m., 1.33 p. to. 10.20 p. m.
Locals West-2h4 a. to., *8.28 a. to., *1.40 p.
to., *6.10 pto.
* (ExethSunday.)
Contnetions at Chicago for St. Loots
Kaneas Cilty and the Wst.-
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

SIR ClHENTUNG LIANG CHIENG, . . ,. May 16
S.1L. vA. iOFFICE HOURS, 5 to 6 P. M.
Monday,. Wednesday,iFriday.

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CI GARS, TOBACCO,
CANDIES

-THE MECCA BILLIARD PARLORS

334
SOUTH STATE ST

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