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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

31 No Monett for Baseball Team at
Pehisehed Daily (Sundays excepte'd) during the Financial difficulties in the athletic
Collee yea, atassociation of Northwestern Univer-
Cotlgs ~sity threaten to delay the organiza-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. tion of the baseball teats. The ath-
Ores's,: The Inland Press, en iBlock. letic contittee has been able to
Bothe Phsnes 147. make ot ties budget, btet is at a loss
to findl means with whiich to start the
MANAGENG EDI)TOR.. teats in training. A ineeeting of ties
F. ENGsaELHARDn, 01L. commecittee wiii be held this creek to
1IcnNrSNS MANA~GER. devise mseanes for secorineg the neces-
0. 11. CLANS, '55 L. sary fucnds. Tiesmnaager has been
E131ORS.tolui by the comnmittee tihat lee cannot
Athletic Editor, T. It. Weonesn, '05 L. start the seasson on Iprospects, aced it
P. W. Jens, '55, A. t1. MceossALee, 01tE,
F. D. EAANs, 'so. v. 1. Lue, 'so0 M, is probable the aluniee of the uolver-
5. D. HevUc. '01 E. sity wiii be askedj to give aid.
Ties ficnaecial troubles of ties North-
wevstere e bnlall ceanagemcent arc not
neev ewse. Foer several seasoncs ties athletic
Thesbsrption pseeesof 111CDIL i Ise5 frtreasury less beeenraiedc to sepport
h5noon PWSCeach a.Nj ,commncions, and asebsall. It has eever bees self-seep-
ethee ematterst CCCiCCICed o picationC5C mustCC be,5portieng icetiescllgecareer o n
handed CienCCat, e IY O oe 8 in m.,cllge ofan
nailed to the editoCrCbeforCe C3t Cp. CCICC h day of ties stuenets noes enrolled. Prof.
apr.oee lCC e iiiieysese sdCCC(lark aned the neembers of his cowt-
Sbcries ptiones y b e leateC ie' ofe, tiss, teeto hiowevr sytheyca ofe
Meyer's, oe slsflls'sC'5'.t wtd, or w~ith Bete-iles , vesa>cnofe
Manaer. Subscr~ibe sll conferC.a 5favor by551e0spossiblesolutione of tdicut
reporting epromptC ly at tlCC Ciis C5offCicf iureCtdific lt
areteoelivsCC er aer. e'C~CC CCCC xcCpt theat the stueeents assist in
the oie by741..CC. CoC the qa17 CCC C s t clseaicg sptisdet
an which hes'are toCappearC. Ex-Captaine George Miller, who
_____ cried ties teatt throucgh last year in
Immeeediately Cftier ties exatiica- elite of overcwhelmeineg defeats, to ties
tions baseball pracieewtill cmlence credit eef Nsrthiestern baseball, will
indoors. Thelca igecwiiilelt e tpinstatedcithe Captaine Macleesney this
ties gymceeasiueme after ties JCunior HCp1Cpic aned cilemake every effort ts
and work ciii proceed rapidly. Thle recorganeize ties teacre. He wiii be
battery canedidates cvilcme neeelc backed by Maceager Hart, who
traineicegfirst and ftr aItiCCC5 tll tiesmtacaged ties teamc a year agoe.

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COLLEGE STUDENTS
THE
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SurIruo's GokldenSGcotro
h~ices from $15 Up. 4'
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- the
World
OLLEGE mnen everywhere are invited te send for the Wanhburn Souernir Ctalotg.
It ctnan neary nSopotraits ofartists andncollegianshesidesgiingnsome account
of thensnruectnnefWahhureinstentsnandanompetelitnonrnet price.
Firstclnassemusic deaersenthe world ever selt Wanhburnser instruments may he
ohtained frenm the mahers
LYON & HEALY, CHICAGO.

attenetiocn ot theseecc teelseetee-
voted to themn. Leter all ties ceendi-
dates ciii take battery practice is
the cage tee accquire skill ice bunetin~g
and quickneess ice litticegflee ball.
Ties old cage hies iceeneade larger;
last yeer by a mteaeke of ties meaenu-
facturer it waes fecsmsailel. Tis
trouble bees noes beetn remedeiled and
it is both longer anid deeper titan
formcerly acedciii accoetemodate at
one time aboust a dozesnceecrs emen
than were this tci get into it lest
year. Coacle Cleark heas requvested
that all cacedidetes ceet him lee the
gymneasiumn on Febe. 11, cvleeuliee ciii
confer with theceattout practice citd
training.
Booming McAicagl.
The attorneys of Manistee have
conned a circular ts thc attcrneeys of
the state settineg forth ties claeimes of
Judge A. V. McAlvay fsr tie sus-
premne judgesheip of Miehigan.
The address is ligily cmpien-e
tary to Jeudge McAlvaey testifyiceg his
bight charaeter, ine educactioce his
legal attainemensts, lenee his experiece.
1901 Social Committee.
President Walter L. McLaugline
has appoineted tiesosicial coeeiceittee of
the sopiesceere class. The cememittee
will cmeet very sooceacid arranege for
a series of class socials this year.
The namees of theembeeelers fellse:
'Wareieate S. Baeldwin, cheirmean;
Harry E. Beker, Leslie J. Tefft,
Piliip IH. Feereehtem, Miss Jaces V.
Poilacheaced Miss Edith A. Wheeler.
Michigan Has the Affirmative.
Clhicags heas choencties negative
of thee qtuestisoetco be ciebated wsithi
Micheigane.chi is "'Admeittineg it to
be constitutiocnal, a federal grauacted
inscone tax is desirtbei." Ties de-
bate ciii be held is Chicago on
Aprii 7._____ ___
The corner stonec of ties Gordoce
Memorial Cslisge cvas laid recenetly
at Kheartoumc, Egypt. Thee college
is whoelly sndeneoiinational aced thee
instruction wili be conducted in the
Arabic language.

'floccal bracech of the Daugh-
ters of the Acelericaca Revolution has
ciessen ties foleecwicng officers for the
essing year: Mrs. Jatnes B. Acegell,
regent; Mrs. 'Win. N. Browne, vice-
regenet; Mrs. Hldeah Richeards, re-
cot'dincg secretary; Mrs. Alice Wood-
bridge, correspondiceg secretary; Mrs.
Caroline D. Loving, treasucrer; Mrs.
\V. G. Dety, historian; Mrs. Henry
H. Hutchins, Mrs. J. L. Babcock
and Mrs. Josephine H. Murfin, ex-
ecutive csmmcittee.
Baseball Outlook at Chicago Not
Bright.
The prospects of Chicago in base-
ball are noat as bright as they have
bees is formeer years. The field will
not suffer cmaterially, hot at present
no strocag battery candidates have
apeheeared tee take the place of Gard-
cer aced Clarke of last year's team.
Thus far there seemns to have been
ceo great eagernesoscmanifested to play
an easterns game, although offers
have bee had.
Judge V. H. Lanee was in Jackson
ste Saturday and Sunday the guest of
W. H. Washington.
Ties Scientific Club met Saturday
eveceineg at the residence of Mr. Ray.
ceeond C. Davis on Cihsrch street.
Ties first appointmnent to a pro.
fesssrsieip in the University wsas that
of Dr. Ass Gray. He was cmade
pr'ofessor of Bstaney sod Zoology.
IATHENS THEATRE,I
JAS. A. HERNE'S
Shore
Acres
Wednesday, Jan. 25th.
Petcee, 25e, 50e, tee, $t.

This space belongs to the Students' Lecture Association.

KOAL..0 AVER~Y KIND
M. STELR
119 WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
BOTH PHONES, NO. 1OB. ANN ARBOR.

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MAYNARD ST. BELL 'PHONE 246.
Granget ter rs UsdernenngementfMRS ROSS GRANGER.
Beines lassees- entlemen, 10 a.m., ateednys; Ladies, 4p no. Saturdays
l~esd mq tIternmediate las-Menday evenings. Advenced Cease-Tuesday evenings
Tc Programme Party Each Saturday Evening.
TIKETS, $a.00oo. ed12weeksteeom time etestarting.
]in Cose Paciv~ssme
With the coming and going of the seanens are the fashions
in Shoeee. The Styles ef yesterday are neon foegetten in the desire Car
that of to-morow. See our windown~for the best up-to-date line of
the stylen for to-marrow.
19WalgtssSt.
11 F IV HO ~ jAnn Arbor.

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