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TrHE u. OF M. DAILY.,

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Published alte tiidy rexeptd)i during
the Vollegs'ar, by
THE N, Of M NEEDET ASSOCAION,
4orer!~tf Times building N:. Main 4t., ppste
post tfie.
EDITORS.
It 11 0oMnA, Lit. '17, Maaging Edititr.
G. IB. HAISONi, Law 'li, Assistnt.
A. W. SrT, Lit. Se., Asistn.
0. I. FbRSnnem, Lit. '18, Assitnt.
J. A. LnoY, Lit. 96, Athetie Editor.
J.1 S. PsAnL Law '15, Buines Manager.
R. . Lv, Law '6, Asistnt.
Asociate Editors.
S1. 5. Shiley, Lit. '1111.it A. Dancer, ~it.16
E. L. Evans, Law'15. E..Sunderlsud,Llt't6.
Carrie V.Smith,Lit.'Si. LiR. lmisnben,Law'961.
E. S. Brtlett, Lt:'17. W. A. Spll, Law '11.
M. Gilbert, Engr. 17. "II.B.GmmnnMetlie'91.
Minnie M. Thompon, Lit.'17.
Subscriptin price 821:60per year, invaribly
in advance. Single copis 8cenits. Suscrip-
tion may be left at the oicer of the DALYn~,
t Stoffiets, at State t. new stand, with tny
ef the editors or authored solicitors.
Comuncatons shuld rah the oicer by
7 o'clok p.m. if they are ti appear the next
day. Addrean all mtter intended fr publi
cation to the Man ging Editor. All .bsins
cmmuncations should bi'st to the Bsi -
ness Manager.
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Ann Arbor, Mie.
The editors do iot hold themselvs repon
sihle fr the opniois or statoment of corros-:
pondent, ap anne lin the DAILY.
Tlhere is a seeingly inigUtoessolt
but pratically iportant featre cot-
ncted willts 111otpening ' s4'losing
of recitation hotrs that o'netisalt.
tle revision it Osino ttlliters. It is
usually the "elstonm to begin tine oci
taton or lecture li't minutes siftr
the hour strikes adtou c lose it
promptly at the striking O1: the next
hour. Now 'with this as a geeal
rule it is extremely incovient to hond
a few classyd her'and Ilere which
begin two or three minutes before one
'an posiby get to them froi the
prtevious recitation.-It is of course
immuaterial on which side of tei hour
the five minutes ot' inttrmission .ae
given, but it is mst'important that
hero be ulniformly iii th matter.
It is certaintly most1 pricticable and
'asy for ho few iregular on's to ioi-
forms to wht Is at prsent the etstii
of thee ajrity.
T'heannual society event ihich 1110ar
long been known asltO ,unio hop,
appears this year unier the new ofl-
inl namve of the 1nincelectli nnual
ball: Doubtless eseryone is -aare
itf the easo. for the elangi, anti it
Avas perfecly 'lgitimte is.11si111i4142's
Mtoed. itgt nosv comies a t l)isio
incidence. " lie lhop "iould -not be
called "unior' because it Wy.-An .itcx
lusive fraternity af~air, but liii soont'r
is tie name udopped than it heitles10
iio'e truly "lniior" tatli 'sr before
it. its hIdtory. . That 's'to say, De
Palladium fraternities a"' invited
the other frterniies and 111" ide'
pendens to be present and putsp
booths, and, while net sharing in the
tsnla a~eot; to be oii virtussllj i"A
e.iii1l footig ith'th ir hies. Con-
trary~ to the mstsangune*e.licl:Ia
tins of tle hop omttc, the inde-.
pendents havw, applied for, asIJ of
coure received a booeth, s iliac 111.~

hop, far from ritaining its '-fd e x
ltsivelilss, is in theory t leasr, a
real university institution. The hop
maniagement taianemortilt' tffer aid
the indtependents wshoi accepeil it ha.e
biothiAtlownsviiitntthat isot ced.
itable to tlens-c~s and to otur uiiisr'
il. Th'eiJealosehat ilia iti'lug
existeI btwvi'eiiineepeidetistsand1
fraternty mess have beel ttiri'son-
able and p1ett- il the manl.i h' in
dependents have doubtless lc tmi s
mutchito hlatu for this as le rateii.
11t' mei, and have generally ben as
unwilling to overlook -the existing df
firentes. 'fli stit that has beell
takeii N in tan' right directiotn, and(
tony proee (li ll't bspan in10a-patiaL
closing of the brechl thatstill. exists
between the tio factions. Wh'len the
fraternities were swilling to;-go half
wiay of their town accort, 1t would
hase bet most sortsigIieal for the
independents to ref use to meet them.
We congratulate bohi parties alike
ulponlthe inovation, tandil oudntly
hlope for itilmoe frtteral feelimgt is
its nil~ititil outomie.
An They See It.
.t Alateulriean11paper gleeis lini c'
toun t of the ttarvard-Pale footall
gnue at Springfield under the lied of
"Brutal Sport."'iThe article goles n
to tell how the gnme was turned Into
"an awful .itutchery," witi a fimal
Hummiling up that coou ia's back
was broken. ad ll tie rest received
broken legs ad noses, and arious
other serious internal injuries. To
add to the ho1or tie lales faintes
as thbinjredones werecarridaway
by tie atnants who wr prosent
for the purpose. Slen sremel ad
shouted, but were powerless tii stop
the frenied participants. Nw all
Anerican college professors oar" iy-
ing to suppress football.j
The authorities of Vassar host' againi
refulsed to permit tlo studens to wer
caps and gows-Px.
The business manages of Uhi'bs"
ball tennis at Rutger ave been al-
lowedl SO per cent of all ecxtess off1re"
ceipts tovr xpnaes
DITSON MUSIC.I
"Six Love Songs,"
By Pranik E. Sawyer. Tranal'tios of s
of Hieine's finest lyris in equiite msi'lI
settings. Heavy Paper, 75 cents.
"COLLEGE SONGS.'"
fhr stand~ird coletont of W~legt Sons.
Over 30,00 dl..Heavy Paper,500
cents Cot, Gilt $.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS"
Only bosh of (lihe ind published. The
songs of the leading colleges for women.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
,ROgYALCOLLECION ISRlMNAL CllhA MUSC,
i Eghtytwo pieces for the -guitar from the
estuources. A plendd'ollctlon. and'
some Cover. 500Cent.
Any boo snt potpaid n reeipt of prie.
OLIVER I)ITSON CO.,
j 43-l463 Washingtn St., Bstn.
0 1 isnenC. .-

THE VICTOR TRADE MARK
is ani absolute gua rantete of quslity.
It is never fountid aniy list the brst
gosds.
Victor Athletic'Goiods rank with
Vietor Bieycles. and are becoming
more popular every day.
Pull line of Biaseiball, Tennis, Foot-
ball, Gynmnaiumn and Athiletie Sup'
pl es.
Sesd forcatalogiuesofVictor :tltci
hoods, -
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.?
Mabers of "Victor Bieycles.
Bstun. Philadelphia.Dtinroit
New Yonrh, Chirago, tDenver
Sansiranclsru,LIonAngeiens, Portlandi
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
On Watches, Jewelry, tDiamondn and chattel
mortgages as eolateral. Diamonds bought
and nold. Watehes and Jewelry' nice ly re-
paired. Office at my rrsiienee, Al E: Liberty"
St..city. Hours: Sto11 a. m. 1toi3and 7to
pM. J. C. WATTS.,
HANGSTERERI oHESg.
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Corner of State "and: Wil Liam 'sts.
C IIOPOPIST-Dr. F. M. Burt, formerly
with Dr. N. Kenerson, of Boston, now at
the pin ifice buildinig. Warto, Corns, Bun-
ions, Ingrowing Nailsn, and ail diffieultien of
the feet nuce fuly treated. 91 a. m., to 530
p. m. Office closed Saturdays.

F&TILL FB.15.
SPECIAL SALE
-___OF
GENT'S $ FINE % SHOES
AND-
LADIES' AND GENT'S
ARCTICS AND RUBBER BOOTS
JACOBS & A LLMANID
Washington lockr. Ann Arbor.
THlE GRAN I) 'OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7..
THE NEBW
OLE OLSON
Thn greahcst of all Swedish dialec
. omedies..
NEWl MUSIC.: NEW SOJNGS..
NEBW DANCES.
PRICES, - 35ic, 60c, 75c_
heats now ott aale at Watt's irewetry atom'
without estra charge.
ESvERTT 0. FISK & CO.
THE
FISK TEACHERS' A8ENCIES,
Chiago, Il., 355 Wabmnsn Ave.
it F.(LARK. Manager.
The tiost etmplete Agetiey Systrum itn hd
YStilted Staten.
t.W"Over 1,t0 i petitions fileed in 18HS.
.5tt5CVUE LOCATED iAT "
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New Ymork, Los Angeles, Toronton.
X L I 5 E G!Z3A R T N
Students Recreation Head-
quarters.
No.13 N. Main Street.

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