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- THE MICHIGlAN4DAILY

. IH. WI[D G0.
THE
LEADING
Tailors
*Makers of Men's Clothes.
All the latest London styles
and fabrics for any and all
occasions.
[ULL DRSS SUITS
A SPIECIALT
311 S. Statea t.
Ann Arbor, Mo1h.
A
Little
Early
maybe, to talk of Com-
mencemet, b ut it's
not too early to remind
you that books make
by far the most desir-
able gifts for such an
occasion, an dto remind
you that an excellent
line awaits your selec-
tion
Sheehan & Go's
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or other
personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Office at redece 31 E. Liberty t
Ae Arbor.
flour:toSte1:903s. m.,ttoe3:30 and 7t
9 p. M
ALL 5BUSINESSONrD55TIAL
JOSEPH C. WATTS

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Entered as semond late mtter at the Ace
Arbr Petffle.
Peblished daily (Mdays excepted) dring
the college year, at 117 East Wahigten
street. Itll phne 89x. Hme phe 76.
Managing Editor. ARTHUR C. POUND
Rsiness Masager. WALTER . HANS
EDITORS.
Neows....0.... . F. Stensa
Athletics..... Clarence E. Eldidge
Exchanges.....Charles E. Winstead
Wen....e ......Effe J. Arstrng
EDTORIAL STAFF.
Louis D. Sticney Frankli C. Prks
ASSOCIATES.
George A. Oshr Hrld C. Smith
Robert H. Clacy Ferris N. Smith
Henry F. Schle William A. Mler
Glenn 0 Bradley Hetry A. Montgoioiry
Roy V. Lll John F. Wre
Floyd H. Jones
'RATES: $.5 per year, or $ane ii paid in
adnasc.
Agdres:.WALTER . HANS Busissa
Masager. 230 S. 12th St. Phone 849 L
Editor Tday-D. F. STEVENSON.
A 1happ1'quadxlxilof athlietes wilriii ve1j
i AxxxArlotoxay fromxxthle xet.
The cause of their smiles i the vicor
oxver Chicago, xad the aiserity i
readvl to smile xilx theim, fxxe vitxxrie
over Chicagxx are alaays sweet, iartic
xlaly after tiedeas our temlxsilus-
tanexd ox:taclandxixlgiiron last year.
(Or victory, oe-soed tougt it xas
wasx far frexxhxlxlox. It sloxwex tat
oxi traxc teamix is the stogest in ltxe'
couxxtry,. asxxle he-t ixxtie xxet xxentx
xxnixe xx itix the xsxaxe readines tatxthlex
eaxsteexsshtoxxexd at Philaxdelhia.
Baringxx cixetxroe to xffect,
the xxor ofi xiny'tach teamt, Mihigat
hxas te coxnferxnce meet alrexxy xoxxt.
It is cheeringt oxleaxdte couxttr xgxix
itx athlxtis after tex' breasxilloxrtloI
lixto xxicxitxxrie lxxiear. Jxstxthxxxw
mchx tee lxay lxaxx'cccixnode tx or
coxnfdece ecxtnnot xe evixencedl.it it i
is ceetaxin thtxthese xdefeats hxaxe ruexxdex
usxt greater efforts.xxd haxe stirrex
all xxxr athxletexxwith the iodea of tur-
ixe the tabxles. Oxte trch teattuxrex
thte trickxanxxdItexx uxixesiy ixit'lldxf
Tegeueexl re-tltxxi thrxunxderclxss
cxtetx of the paxxxtvaoxxx ysha lxs eeti
grxxifyntg. 'i'heifferet xxxrtxxreuot
free frxxm ineedlxxicxrrectxxnx.hxt they
Ix esexnt ixxxx'xfor ixuture xctxm thxt mxy
makxxxhemtio whxilxlxyxacepitxxbxle. Thx'
smotxxxntesxx xitlx xwhich the xffairxxere
pulled tff xaxcxmuedaxleande.stxcredit
for thix souuld he txlxcedl xhe reitle
longs--x-ii' ixx'exvariusxreferees xxndx
their taff.
Ounl' (xnx' thing maxrrextiextertie
xxuccesfultouxtreys-te xcoxfiitteretl
sshedl lby te sophomaxres. Nxx xxe
doxxdtsthatt if te etire cxss htxxxput
asx uc sit irit linixto eents asxdi
the' fixt-year tmetn te o ulxd have Ixx

matxdxtie rxiult fxr frxxito taltxi 'xlam."
Thtxtiey'xlxxid tpit eitttttixxstttito
thte taskx ityibxcexctsdon tte grotito
ttht teeeonid-ea'xl'men1 htadl hxxxltheir
taste of htair-ttintg, xxidx,.asxfrehmenet,
fouttd it bitter; bltxthisix xeire to cevii
117 uxxtters ca Iharly) le ufficint jxtxi
dextixxt. 'IThe class toottdi hxxe xttwex
lxxiif toxbxettr avtai xtxg if it Itxax
tushex th e cxxtesx to x the liiimit ofi ei
thuttixsmxttthexreymitttlntg temlevet
tmtire xsuccesfu l tanttthey a'ere.
lTxt tiey' werx'six largel' a success
is xuextx' thealiexlxity stttx'uii their
manaixgemtent. 'IPhix x wxaseeill' ift)-
cttlt xecaustie xxitexovxx'lty' xf te sit
iiuati. lReuttcitgitterc'il'sxxx xpit ttt
contrat'xit nevx'r''hatxtlbee'x'triel. tttx
x'ro xttcol 110o0 xc fxret'ent. 'Txs'
to' refer''o's xxtnd oficiaxiatotdxli
wx it xs est tie)ttigt. ITeir tesi-
moyinrgadtox axmoif ixiaxtionxixofi t'
111111xixlaxsxxtouti'es ttigt i t obetkett
asx ax xxsi fxr futtutre cxsixrationt
wxitcht le tesre xiii onerveixt' e
goo ittieact'xtiex'tie tttxlsit'xblte fe'xt
tres of1 te eticss.
)liIIiiI;.N \\INS FROM'x
M\. A. C. IN ICSY ' fC'.)l
'lT'e 'xar'ity txxl te ggrexsixe M.
A. C. toami, lcixixxtt camios
inocupin raxtier exsx'fxxxhixtyes'er
da - It xx xxxoxxtheli e axtc 1fait' x'
111111eriedfmil i bxiyilixat ittxing'x
xxurls'lwerettl twite 1me i te ouh
whic brx o t''uht ini lxxi rxiisx inxd Sulli
Altugithex' vixii itors seemed inith
firstxabout toxtakeiAxahi 111 xitmea iseihe
hlditttxx'f itell Ilithelinliii itxii
le pxt'iitchd imselxou tt i'a B'xwiii
retiriig lxxioi uxsitt'xtt.
Bol, t.hilsexc''ndtilmanxth iiifist M. A.
C. itxltx i i fr tiiggit xa lxxi-bigge.
A m i lr le' xweiiilto tirxdxxxiClii
ied'sxflito lelft filxx. 'T'hxtce'xrixox'
xx groundtxie toxrighti fiel,. but xw'as oxii
ait, x. Iiix' hurvle scoxedtx'onxiiItiticx
delayi) iiix iling the balxiihio. lThix
ende thefarmersi' run gttinx hgxandol thex'
whieni \l xriti spoied1 tei t hope.lxii'
Mchltigan'ttsxcorelfirst iithe seondtx
wh len ll O'B in xx'nt toxfitonxiiisxhit,
to thirdl xoi \edeillx 11tw1o-bxgger xxand
scored of'ird's to 5fxiurero Iathexini'thelii
hllxwhenxittwasxx x leo thrd.Bir
fell oni . O'Bienot thiltbt'sexxaxndxxowaxxiso
ui ii y is) ixcontalxc owitte I rixh-
mtil ha11xit exsonihatoerplac tedtixx byx
i theth xiri andtourxithininttgs. Paxt-
teso weni111t to frst ott a siigle, stae
econdixonxiiheiieticp'lay,1.adilscredi on1
Lowel'x tine. Slliiv'an wx'ect ont11at
tomts. CMaxrtint droe'a tree-baxgger to
right fieldl xxdtls-orchd oniSxngr'stinxe
Saxngor andxi\Vo'tioliwxxercexxacl reirel
at fi'xt, xxhule OBrien, xx'hothxxd txade
thirdon imhis 1own11lontg f', dellthere.
Ill the foutrt Keley' xentl tx sosndt
ott hix ownxinigle xxndl a xwil trowxit)
Biridi. Pxtters'xtxon x'iancdximitoithirod1110
by a xsxacrifice, atndiLowexll soedirboxtx

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loxt liaviox xattemtito lxthxrowx 11111.ut
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lasxl sce i camxie ini thei'eighthix xxheni
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SENIORS !
We will print too cards,
eithoer ladies' or gentle-
mtan's size, tto anty style
Script, Block, or Old
English types, as fol-
lows :
MR. WI LLIAM W. RUSSELxL
Ar.- rlitet etrior iillttttetti
for otnly
75c
Otlier sizes of type if de-
sired.
Lesave orders at
WA HR'S
The Bookstore That's Never
Undersold.

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Sillixvan, Pxatt'xrson. Socifc'ht\
Suivanx'xu. Laxsex on1blxlis--Of NC; a
Stru'i tx'h xxiii tixnCclxxiyitx es ;.
lheft xxi baxsexs-Mlici;-a'n . A. C'9
t'nitire-kyrnt.
5''T'IIN'l'C'UCHII THERE ARE COAT SHIRTS AND
VXT1NSSICS IC 'l U)1 C 0 A T S H I R T S

Ilix Stutt stlCounttiiliw~ihtotake
this means oft i thaninxg tholse' whoii so
peite' lihe:efforts ofiCxlr. Schltle. !l r.
ndix thexir ttig tidean ofixial:x alotthexi
hxext proofxi offtheir xsucc'xxsixistegen-
erl fe i f ( af "sq'' are1110' l" i wxxichxi
perade bth lie xxin iilg a' h~l ieole-
fil e ii' tmiti iwhiitoh xiiipreso eed xfo'
lie tug;-oi-war :i1It W. D utlasxanttIxrCi.
Elcluet ofi i xithe Aitni lrbor;xGxs ctim-
110y for11e)' fli' l thex xi lxir giountsuaoixdti
foriotiter faorsixshownxx duintg itepara-e
tionii' Johntt 99ixtlci fori s0 kindoly'pri-
c'ug thI to' -of-wi arx ro11111fixmtDi t oitt
held:i Chari lesxair fr hs'it iesxan
hei lpite contestsxiatx1:1 ocx xciii:xSut.
Reexve fil e lie xxxi als dtoolsiixxxhich
hex gctti'rxii xix loanettox oit nxxxsev''eralxoc-x
Suits pressed. 250; trosers, 100
Felter & O'Connor. if

BUT THERE IS ONLY ONE
INSIST ON THE LABEL IT MEANS RIGHT-
NESa, FITNESS. WHITENESS AND COLOR
FASTNESS $1.50 AND MORE.
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO., TROY, N. Y.
0. . artll FUNERAL
0fficc 209 S. 4th Ace. Phone 98.
Residenc e 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 3114
AMBULANCE OR CALL
Don't Torture
your face with poor shaving
soap. Avoid irritations and
shave with ease. Insist on
WILLIAMS' SHAINGK
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tswmisv Lsave Ar tAs-bor
Goineg North 9ti5 a. m. and 4:53 p. en.
Going Southb7:20a. m., 11:3;a.em. and 7:33 p.em
J.2J. KIRBY. W. T. WILLS,
Gen'l Fees. Agent, Agent,
Toledo, Ohio Ann Arbor, Mich
Bell phone 135-hr Home phoe698
VJER1IGAN CLIT4U
"The Niagara Fails Roof."
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Thsrough Trains East-8.18 a. in., .40 p. m.
4.eS p. en., .30 p. en. 11.03 p. m.
Locals East-6.05 a. mn., chi.10 a. en., *4.05 p.m.
*8.36 p. en'
Thsrough Trains Wet-2.07 a en, 7.58 a. en.,
9.18 a. m., 2.33p. mn. 10.20 p. en.
Locals West-224 a. e., n5,30 a. e., *1.40 p.
en., *6.10 p.,en.
I*f(Exceit Sunaye.)
Connections at Chicago for St. Lenin
Kansas City and the West. -
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

Students' Lecture
Association;

THE
"VARSITY" SOFT COLLAR
Trade Mark Registered

The Neglige Collar
The latest wrintkle in thoe 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-itihahnd.
It can be worn with atny kind of a tie and
is botho conmfortable and smart. The idea
has met with great approval. Our first
shipment was sootn exhausted antd we were
comtpelled to re-order.
This second shipment is now ready for
our custonmers. We have tlhemt in both the
blue and white.
At 1he CoOp
The Store of the Students by the Students and
for the Students.

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New Oxfords
Just Received

WAHR-llThe Shoeman 218 So., Mai n St.

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