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March 06, 1903 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY. "ra
SpringTHE U. OF M. DAILY'
Entered iaut oeeoad-ciaaa matter at Ann zzArbor
Pubilisheditaiy (Monidaysexcepted),idaring
A nnouncem ent tecleeyaatteUiestofMh-
gai y ihiga Dily-Newts of lihi-t
The largest and most MANAGING EDITOR.
coinplete line of EARLE L. HOUSTON. '0:3.
BUSINESS CnANAUFR,
ROSCOE B. IliUSTON, '04-L.
EDITORS
Athletics
W O O E N L'bet iiK. Il'alton, '04L.
Assignment Editor
Raph E. Jennie ll,'04.
in Ann Arbor will be found GENERAL NEWS
at G. H. Wild & Co.'s, 108 Mark Foote, 'OS.
E. Washington fit. Great Max Finkelstein, '0S.
pains have been taken in Sylvt'ercS. Roulger, '03.
the selection of all snit- B.oakaA ere, '5.
logs, tronserings & over- J. bs. ialis, '05.
coatings for this season. Frank J. Clark, 106e
The subscription price oft the U. of Md.
flT TT T~f ~ DaOily is $2.50 tar the college year. No-
EU lii U I'll tices, commusnications, etc.. mast he handed
U LI URIE E ENE in at the Diliy office before 8 p. in., or
IflhIIU U 1111 mailed to the editor before top.to. of the day
LI 1 V IJJJ I LI previous to that on whieb they are expected
R IW ILD c o o ubscribers will confers I-far by reporting
108EH. Wash. St. Popty ahsofc any failureof at rer
All changes in adveretising matter moat he
in the office by 1 p. to. on the day previous to
that on iwhich they are to appear.
office in the Daily Argus onice, No. lit South
Main St. Telephone No. t3.
NEW BOOKS _____
INeyws Editor Today- - Loi A. Barton.
regular part of Barbiour gyiti wonrk ___________
She 1naoig Ilelif cviiicon-i-tat to give
a cite-n e day~" nsowttid theta A
Adelphi Meeting D c i n r
ioi T vi' i Idll iLiten'lrvi o tciet0y iill,
hoi t weky Ileil thseoll ii its roitits ill U tiivolrsiii0yiI1ll11. it
i--~ont ot-e indoif swois at the The Office Standard
gymmiitto l ototi iiNa itrdoir vei i i. Sh t h is i'. 1Sthe most cocrproL-
stitit has -le1g-ibt s llleet~i lit liltV d
to Iridav. Thlis crill liill for otilyvl ot Ieald l-omdt
few woks. a~shrid ed lictionarypub-
li-c vi plos.r11 o olgisIlei lisbed. In amnplenesse
is is followvs: accuracy( anid conveuai-
islsisoi li-Rsolved ic. ho ll criitiience it stipersedes all
tl ity is c-i-filly iii- iii t of n-ll otheis5. If contaiisa
oitiy. -ktiliriioiivc Spieliling.: iii-goiive, -ocahitlary of nearly 70,-
toigrove. 000 words, is bound i
I eti-eI-solir inlut thei- resi- Clothiand half lIather,
li-nt's li-rioln be111iili siftll yi'oif5, and with margin.al index.
Shat heibe l ttoclinigile foriiiri-eli-c- Price
tiota. ktiritivie, Hi Lt iiiditutu-
titings: ntirgoilivi. ltusiiiidIFoote. Sns 30
Juniors befeat Seniors
It avc- i niterestii-g'basetifball
goittic yeslitr-dcy afteirniooniliiijiniors
deifeaited lihi seniortcsic-yliii-scr'e of
3 tot 1. B-otsilts did somei've-ry- good
wcork, intl someit-of t110plal-yers certini-
ly deservei-gret-otedeii iti- ltitr really
slat p1-ics. 'Icve-m ciute hlvs
cvre pltaieil atd -illSte st-oing cwaos
cairone itelirstf halSf 'liiiseconid
oulf, tlu-Igi resuilting' in nio si-tie, was
air of thei; prettiest struiggle's secti
this scetr.
Fresh A llegrtfti Cho slates at Cuas-
.ng's Pharmacy.
The American Republic and
Its Government;
by James Albert Woodbnrn
Augustus Caesar;
by John 13. Firth.
The Pride of Tellfair;
by Elmore Elliott Peake.
The Garden of Charity;
by Basil King.
Six Trees;
by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
The New Boy at Dale:
by Chas. Edwcard 1LichI.
A hook of rren-talreef
for boys anti 'iris.
Lovey Mary;
by the autthor of Mr.
Wiggs of flhe Cabbags Patch.
SHEEHAN & CO.
University Booksellers,
,320 S. State Street.
U'nicversity- T-et t iiiti , iS Liictll's
Tiho griiilig osf a yeaors ileaie of ______________
it-i- iii t t-irofessori'AndirewC.i-1c- Founlt itt-ets Ic-psilyid-i ooel is inew.
Sittircllliiri vedtiii bySh t hel. Mistgdent___Skinner's.____
boyxitli'e lopes-i Ste Ur.ic-ai-sl titlitisi '-cilliilfli
li ot s -ci nolii tiiilt ited t s se er c m ctelya - - iy td nt eirn: t e
his icnnecton Aith the1001 liverity-i cur ii stills to w ll wll d tt
iiIgti c-lthenf's grol lt-i-i li 'i-i ine sti olo. - os o ii l'lioiui'.
not- onlycbeenit rcc-i llytt veryitil ii- ll i- - ____________63.) ______Arts______ ll
th-eyohavet-fullit-ritdthesiic fll vsS-utt tittei i
of th ore hsi ff1e-ed.iE-triy- Room--Onii'S .s-ki-Aiiest o RE. -
cil i ncit eire- ly ope:ith-litilt ii t hl- o_________ite ________airs_ tire_____ e
-tesoi t il ii search tworkcIt l-l i - mt ill \ lte spito r- teS le-sf disrc d;o
ilgii ilttl beiofI ts105 00 ii hii fit to nt c e - he;5 ii his h-s' Isitoilit el10e astne
sIt IIt ii-t-gIIitI li ittr ie li lti to oroIi_ 1.t istrc . 1
litase llargely thei ntere'slt nowt-si t ott ete nt lttd a
ii S th1is ul ilhuot:hi-by t. fit. ity- G- aufeed uninW EnYSTOREu.
v1111. T eii' ii il l oif a10limi- uhn a h r ay
li
.Are
Eas1
Dan McGugin
says
fPresident
Suspenders
encourage every movement
of the body. Guaranteed
"All Breaks Maude Good."
Soc and $1.00. All shop-
keepers in Ann Arbor
oeibylmailipotpaidtfrom
C. A. EDCARTON MFC. CO.
BOa 286, Shinley, Mass.
1I
AT
tIAHR'S BOOKSTORES.
E
All kinds, all styles, always
up to date, the most durable
shoe made and always the
same'price, $3.,50, 365 days
in every year. At
MLY[RS' NIEWS STAND, 6111 FAST WIIIIAMSIRULI
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
Athens The atre
Seat Sale at Stofflet's News Stand.
SatudaMarch7
ENGAGEMENT OF
Mr. Otis Skinner
IN
Zf-7L IRR[K
Dramatized Prom Mrs. Catherwoode
ok by armangement with the
Bowen-Merrill Co.
PRICES: $1.50, $1.00, 75e, and 50c.
Seats 3 days in advance.
Week starting Monday, Marcb
Mrkl ader
SPresenticig the followitig hcg scetuar
productiotns infetra r wils
0--BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS-e
Monday night-A Nutmeg Match.
Tuesday naght-Cauight in the Web.
XVednesday-An Inadianas Romance..
Thursday night-A :Naval Cadet..
Friday night-Tlhe IUtkuown.
Saturday tiigiht-Kidnappaed.
Matineeos to Se acanounced.
AC[S ; 1 0 20. and 30C
Za5he Man in the Collar Sets the Style.
R5
G25e iase lhe is already scc to n e iffiteHelltBranIl I_
'aXWings ttnid Pokes are receivinug thei call .icoc Iroan corretdr1 -
ers. 'Thleillustrastinsshiowv twp poptulaur si hpes.We havei area
vaniety of others, all heights, all1sizes. None- be-tter mtdeul tany
prtie-ocurst 2 for 25c. Ask for them at yotur dealters.
CORLISS, COON coo CO.m

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