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May 18, 1906 - Image 2

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j4 ItCi SAN bAttY

G. H. WILD CO.
THE
LEADING
Tailors
EIMakers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
[ULLtDR[SS SUITS
A SPEfCIATY
311 . State St.
Ansn Arbor, Mh.
A
Little
Early
maybe, to talk of Com-
mencement, ht it's
not too early to remind
you that books make
by far the most desir-
able gifts for such an
occasion, and to remind
you that an excellent
line awaits your selec-
tion
Sbeehan & Co's
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or other
personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains tn Watches & Diamonds
Office t residence 31 E. Liberty t
Ann Arbor.
Hiors: !t 1:50 a. m.,to 3:80andtoe
5 p. M.
ALL B50555555 c10sFDsEATIL
JOSEPH C. WATTS

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Entered a secdclainstatter at the Ann
Arbor Psteltoce.
Pubished daly (Mondays ecepted) dring
the college year, at t1t7 East Washington
street. Bit phone 82. HBer phone y.
Managng Eito, ARTHUR C. POUND
Business Masager. WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
News............. . . Stevenson
Athetis ......Carene E. Eldridge
Exhanges .....Chale E. Winstead
Women .......Eie J. Armstrong
EDITORIAL STAFF.
Louis D. Stikey Frsnki C. Parka
ASSOCIATES.
George A. Obor Harld C. Smith
Robert . Cany- Ferris N. Smith
Heery F. Schule Wiliatm A. Mlheru
Glen 0 Bradey Henry A. Moitoetnry
Roy V. Lll John F. Wre
Floyd . Jones
SATES: a.n pr yar, or $so it said in
adaaso
Adress WALTER R. HAS' Buinesse
Manager. 26 S. 12th St. Phone 849 L.
FRIiDAY, MAY 18, 906.
Editor Today-GORGRE A. OSBORN.
lire acioni of lie Sideni Cocilsilli
securirrg a iosioneireiri of lihe sle of
liesovenir of tlei nerlass cotes
rrntrilirhey were srre of the god inei-
tiosrof is promotroer ay ie takeir at
erridence of thrclcoe' wachr lie Corri-
cilis itieepirirgrver lie affair of te
strrrentlbodyir']Tie Cortci atackerr
rie stand ibefore tiasureinirs sirorulr
roi py'forreprvae eterprses. Ard irr
lhintcase lie corncirerr tecded lia
lie sae orgiri roio iroceed urtil lie
mraiagers ave giveirgrarartee of tieir
inrterrilorioturinrorerlie iroceeds of
lire ale t lie Uiionr. Aiproof of lie
Couitrils srerigiris ta e seni hie
ready onsernt lierews sanrds gave to
rhe Corrncils reqes for a delay irr the
sl-eri..'Oallie eriieirirritliesorve-
oir rwere eircey ioietinrieir asser-
irrisra proven beyorire a doibt, iut
aor thlrerrthrieory tiar"air oirreeof
preeirtior i tharit pound oferre."
te precauitoir- of te Concil are e-
tirely jusilied.
ENGINEER SOCIAL. CLUB DANCE.
Tire lati rfie eniet of eight daice
gireii byite upiercavrmenr of the e-
giireeriiigdepeiarme~en cirairled off last
igit at Grangers. Abort f ifty couple
rere present anti eeryiody had a good
rrrrle. Tie coiniritee in carge of lie
dances giveirtis year crrisised of
Chare Kelly, BarLIerisitaid "Johr'
Jrrcelyn.
The chili ids fair tr cnitiuee iext
year stronger tair ever, aird if iext
year's club does at well es atibeir
doieini ihe past, lie eigiieers' social
life twill ie iell takenr care of.
LOST-Theta Dela Chi pit. Re-
tunrrto 910 Corirwall place. f

SOFPH LITS iDEFEAT'o*9 NMEDICS.
'Fie198 lits crdvaced crie steirfir-
ther in their imarchi for tie class caii-
pionship whieir rhey defeated lie Igog
imedict yeserday cfterioori ty the close
core of 7 1o 4. Giddigs fote tilt
hooked rp agaisi Ocdie ard the reut
eerie acpitchers'.batle, whiici rd it not
icon for costly' errors wold ave een
a cloter gamre. Tie fieldiig of bohr
tr-cars wlar rather ragged. The score:
'off lit. a ... 2 1t0ot o02 1 0-7
'9Medics...0 00 2 00 20 0-4
Batteries-Gidiiigs and Goodricr
Oddeie anLewis.
Tire 107 eigieers defeated tie 198
ricts in a eoe-sired batle, mrrtt of tie
credit forwhinch belorrgs rr yke, wrr
tirldn forrrtlie itrtrrs.
GREUSEI. LEiCTURE.
Yeserrday cafterrroniniiWest al
Joahni ii. Grersel, of tie Detroit Free
rets, talkneed air"Newtspaper fliter
vierws," befrre Profesor Scott's cst
irr editig ad reporting. The talke was
minliiy exprrsitry, ortininrrg tie ar1 of
ierriewirrg, arrdlirrtersiersedl wittpee-
inen eradcrvice to te corrig jorrnaiss.
,Iiir. Grerrte eplacineelthit tie kiace
rf itrerrviewsinrgrr in giiig the co-i
firernce of lie rraninterviewed. 14e ain
tired if tie reporter srorwed himiis'fftice
ie fir-irrnded ndectrdistoeito reioe
corrrfideneice inhistuirnr, teretesorld be
uitle trourbre. Incocludrintig, Mr. Grer
sei steeed lit tie cabsrrlutev esseitial
clemtenttiofcc srccessfriliterseer is ac-
crarcy iriep rrruing tie spirit irr
whichrtieperron tolstwtriter intrer-
iwed.
SKETCH CLUB ELECTION.
Frrorost arrorg thec'varierri socrietes
orga'cizceditis yearrethatchaermade gord
starrsithtie Uriseritiiv Sketch cubi. 'int
citricsaorrganizedetee stimuacte interest
carl to offer anit rpeportntity for setcr
wor. lire society at reent very tir-
cessfutl an otcles ccrtemrrbersipitof
thiny-eight.
lire last irdoorarmeetig of tie year
wacel ed last igitd ctltie foloinitg
officers were elected: PresideitXW.
W. Becrdsey, off; vice-iresideit Miss
Louise Von Vorhis, 'o9; secretary, R.
Care OBrien, 07; treasurer. . J.
Wamrbiod'o8.
The next mreeting of tie ctb will e
eid May 26, when a skecinitg trip
trill e takeir tp tie river. Next year
it is itetded to itsitrte classes iillfis-
trating acid cartoontiig, tie teed for
whiichis itsorely' felt ly unit'ersity retl-
cationis.
BRYAN ON S. L. A. COURSE.
Tire Board of tie Students' Lecture
cssciationr is acively egaged in pre-
parng ci cocrse wicr will eclipse tiose
rf all previors yecrs. Tie tw adminrt-
isratione is sparng nitohitg it its ef-
forts to give tie sdetts a corse which
will ie poplar atd pleasitg. Willian
Jenriniegs Bryan at already beer se-
ciretdatd is expected to appear othie
opeinig numbrier.

FACULTY CONCERT GIVEN.
A thorouighly strirg prgrarmrwcs
giseir Iast eeninig as te lti at ote
of the Faculty concert series. Tie
usua participants all, colaiorated itt
presentinrg artertertainmirent of real x-
celeirce.
'The Beethroveni C mrinorcsnatca was
riaeel withr spirit iry eri Err ancd
Marie Schrade, tie formier appearitg a
seconid timte inthie poiular RiotsiMoto
ierpietirrrrtand nciiim:plressie atd mtel-
acrrciomcpttositiotn of his ascn, "Ded
Leccf." Aler Lckrroorws e dttlrus-
iasically receivecinit a eniet of piano
comrpoeesiionrst.an \iliamrrHowlacnde
presented c itcssic cad c iroerir grorp
rf ecsoablcae sotgs remacrkale amaog
whrichr acre tern nteilo s Sc'urimant
cormpiositioners.
MAGOFFIN 'z, HONORED
Raltph V. Magoffltn, a gradutce rf
M1ichigaci in tie lecs of 92, airdia
brothir of attl . biageeHirthPepucky
little halfback, hasrercetly ibee: ap
poirrtedi to tie Amrerica:: felowshipinit
casticcal archraeoogy ithie Scoeol of
Cassicacl Studies it: Rmre, fer tie yer
:906-1907. T'isitis ci::irhonor deerminite
by comprietitie examinaretonts wchict rc
oenir::to gradurrates rf alil.9Americcitutin-
versities, cnd tiere r'itea fierce cotesti
far it every year.
After iis gracduatcion:htre, Mr. Mag-
clii::taurgt tree yearithie ccaemry'
rf Merriettac college.Ile te'::etere
tie gradurate school ithie Jhnsllop -
kns uinn'eriy in Baltimi:ore.weirereie
ccl onece eca'mre' eistgurisedian tent
ulraes ccgord all-a rrrndi sudnter. Inn
addinitioen to his schoelsic abiliy' ie held
a leomee::::rr:nice innatheticsie, plaigc
halcfbaecki rn thtie IHopkins footal leer:::.
right fii r i r te' bascebalet er::, arn
puttling tie sinaIoirethie trcck teamr.
.ir. Magtoffin ar: sirforeyREropie Jrie:'.
13, ann will studelatcitie Uiviertyiv rf
Marbun~rgidrinrg tie summerrrvi. hr Set-
tembrier liewili go tea Rortie to talee it
iis cassiceal studies. Ile till irut':
to this contrry in: Ocober 1907, tee re-
sureiis sudies ler tie-degree eel doc
tore eeplotiesophry'atlHopkiicrn. -
Tire vereict of tie crner's jery in
trc casc of Earl ardnenr, tie formnrer
ruirersity' sudeentrilled recenrtly'by cc
91ichiganu Cenrual train: at Y'psicnti, e-
oerareted tie railroc om cr~pn~y frmanry
brlamre. Tie testimoneny rf witetses e-
tablishred beyond a dobit tie flesitv of
tire reiport tat te yung ea:: sas i-
toxicatredicitirhe titl eltie fatl acci-
dentr.
FOR SALE-Bariing ouse, oe
block frm camues. Excellent locaton;t
full house, fine reurtation. Spoenide
opprunrity for pary Iaormake expenser
andre somre mroey durig teir stay' in:
college. Addre ss, . 132 Washenaw.
6466
The Ann Aror Press (formerly Par-
tee & Snyder), printers o the Michigat
Daily, The Alumnus, Inlander, Yost's
great book on football, the Technic, S.
C. A handbook, etc., etc., are printers
to the student body 117 E. Washing-
ton street. f

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SENIORS!
We will print ioo cards,
either ladies' or gentle-
man's size, in any style
Script, Block, or Old
English types, as fol-
lows:
Mn, WILCLIAM W. RUSScE
Mihr. Arilior ilanrice ilagotnmb
for only
75c
Other sizes of type if de-
sired.
Leave orders at
WAHR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

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i1
AR ROW
COLLARS
differ from other s irco esen~ttial points--
tteydto not shrinkthey hav'iera size every
quaretr instead ~ofevryuatluichi. It's ice
toihaveacollar that istthe saee wetoon,,iit
comes oioutof thie wahtasit wasiweu
broghtuit. Clupeosrunk factbricsandriguar
tereSizes are twoergood tings cto iistr on.
15c each; 2 for 25c
Onve 100 riyles Ia telet frns:. They're inn
your best shopsc.
Cluett, Peabody (b, Co.
Largest maker s oCollar
and Sitsis the World.
0. . artll FUNERAL
Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 988.
IResidence 302ff. 5 th Ave. Phone 3114
AMBULAlICE OiR CALL

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Chick Lather
.eamy and lasting, is the kind
in need. You'll find it in the
[d reliable
VILLIAMS9 'A

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Students' Lecture
Association

j THE
"VARSITY" SOFT COLLAR
TraedsMorkRegistered,

The Neglige Collar
The latest wrinlkle in thle collar world is
the high double soft collar, worn with a
soft shirt and held together with a gold
safety pin crossing under the four-ut-hand.
It can be worn with any kind of a tie and
is both comfortable and smart. The idea
has met with great approval. Our first
shipment was soon exhausted aiid we were
compelled to re-order.
This second shipment is now ready for
our customers. We have them in both the
blue and white.
A h Tne Store of the Students by the Students and
for the Students.

ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tsm .Inaa Lan.va Asm. Asrboe
lining North 9:05 a. mo. and 4:r5sp.to.
Going Sooth 7:20 a. to., 11,355a.to. and tar3 pem
J. J. FIRY. W. T. WILLS,
Osni Pasn. Agent, Agent,
Toledo, Ohio Ann ArbortiMich
Bl phone 135-ir Home phone t98
AICHIGwAN CiNT
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Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trains Easot-8.18 a. m, 2.40 p. mo.
4.5 p. to., 9.30 p. mo. 11.05 p. to.
Locals East-6l .0a.m., 011.10 a. em., *4.05 p.m.
*8.36 p. to.
Through Trains West-2.0ta'.to,,7.58 a. to.,
9.18 a. m.,t2.S p. m. 10.20p.tm.
Locals Wet-24a. m., *8.28 a. to., *14 p.
Mo., *61 p.,eM.
* Tuxnest Sundap.)
Connenctins at Chicago for St. Loots
Kansas City and tbs Wet..-
W. W. CASE, Agene, Aee Arbor

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