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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

U of~1~jjj~ GOOD EFFECT.
Inte-soflastc MeP aTeds t Pro
; ,siss Onaiy (Sundays excepted) during the Irmote Amateurism e atuim--- sNew tHiPro
Coteg eyear, at Schools to be Represented This
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Year.
Arer:The intieS Prae, iHenning Block, It is probably ttot known that otte
Boath Phenes 147. of te chief reosocts for -Itoldinig tite
aataual Itter-scltolaistic caeet is that
MAXAGING EDITOR. itprmoe to a great degree thce if Yon Want the1
F. Ea tNG>LAiit, '51 L. spirit of anittrrstia In athiletics.
i11JSINESS MANAGER. Mitch of tle so-cealledl professiuiialistie st
e. If.tiane, 'Ot L. ini (le college wrorld is (irectly trace-
EDIOTORS. able to the ignoaranece of high school Spi g Su it!
Khlccic Eidior, T. tR. Weanneac, '00 L. boys, who are not attire of (liepn
.i. ONE, '09, 5A. i. MCLAne, '0 , alty that follows othe acceptance of
(Ic ear;nUT. 'at t.. J.0. Wow)a1. motaney as a mtemtber of a b~aseball
teamc, or as a prize ia a foot rare at aT p Co t
picnic. These mitttkes are ntot
likely to occuirawieu high schtool ath-liEU.
-I O tttt iaatteOf, oe a eteosleave ie chatter to participate iniirCohn a a usrito rc fteD t 0 o ol' trCohn
t o yl ear, wtileh arergalar deliveyheoaesuch hereto as (lie JIterscltolaotic _Nobleea'sdy.NStars Clothcaionindg
tho iateiatened orpcubclicatioanatalt he associiationiiprovidesiofar anti it ecdat
aa┬▒ini a ita theeIY lecfoes p a. morhc latroir themici astchea tile muscles.
srttotothatlon etwhitchitheay are expctced lee At a recentt Iieetiic aof the State
v..;1 aea .
yaelacitoeaamtyhcbe lltai ale'DAYoaffic~te,'teachlers' assoaciatilit the rail o as
Mceecs, oatie tsac eewclael, arwiih tiasinec adloipaterre reati(ied atu] the rinici-
Maacre. tehceilaeen wil canfer a aarlayI
tascin romtly iat tesoaitec any tfalateeofatl010anal Superintendcets lproeeto
enac a'toadalive patter.
All11chanesinealert 'isinateteraae beeae lein lenealtheir assittiace ice tie future.
thfit e altaya 4 p.it. toncttheLy pryistoteth a tnAll tuedetsewho reiter the evetseat
ace~~ ~~ caia-te ret-ret tite lig meettaike tacelve hours of
aN o 1;t.Ec OF c TOAYa'a tco sclhooai sconeeacle ceek oaldmtect
F. D. OAMtAN. _ reach tier passiteg eta:kiet their otcucies
'1 serre willlie ameertineg of tier under lpenalty if esespensoncefrom th(ee 0 V
DstI.e' Boaradhtnigiet at 7:30 a'cloick tracka teate.'fiery mnust also be en-IMOTRAN IiFCv
il (l~~a cathi~r. rolledas tOstuetas at (lie school fiery CE IA id YIA
relaresentet lite irst if October oer tierC E IA idP YIA
l iearcnual electioa of tier U. or first of Marchliirecedinig the meet MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS. Ileadeic
M. DAILY Asoaciatlinstill hr held and tile principal or superinitriedet toliy Sltpplies 1
-eicr rowi' at 10 p. mi. it Rtoonii C. All is to certify that all retries are eligi-
pid a aaaiesubcribersarceretitled to bie, iii accordance aithi these restrict- 'ipanigtutlittizrzeeettaateaaezt etaUHml
<r~~~~ee i~~otto berore atcacit st ill be allowed zzz szzzzizuzlzr
Theto start in act evenit.
TirUniversity is lionoredl today The regular chaemtpioneship prograemI ~ i
to have as ito guests lice mieabers oaf will be carried ocit, this year iclcud-.ehetoousofhelglarerminteuultacadfede P a iran
thsstate.Th facauity wl do their such as running races at all distacices (NOPRTD
-art to entertainc the visitors acid it from 40 yards to one mile, shot and
,tejolves aupoci tier stutis to dohamrptpoe vuin ad
'heir, Tier mosft(leafis asked oflin erpt oe vutigad
t.. Ie, -,j.- .e..iimpicng. 35311/ A UA A on
-r..aei2 Caeejt( iteneotat teaepi~rtsnn

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APPARAT US.
tuarters for tall Ltnbora-

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a2 S. Maice Sarct,'Ann ArbarMich,

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n University Hall tisl afternoon
aphIicli'ought tie be for every one a
roost leaasantt ditty. Let every' stu-
alttiit of every departmnct be present.
'lfte tir of (lie year (5slet hand
cabinthe great ninbmer of electiocnt
pan tiervariousa aorganizationsisind
societies are beiceg held. Oice thing
'vlicit foe' a long while has hero
sadly :.ergected in therse electiocis is
si y~tre itt the tiking of (lie ballot.
tt seemisstranige thatfweitht the cmany
elecrstait are being held year
.fter yera somee sort of wcorkaible sys-
temit Which ccieesacre accuracyvand
'fairnesos ice (le tikin g and Liec ount-
* 'lug of (lie ballots cannoat be devised.
1Witht fiorntwtao insix bacidreel per.
soots in ai coom all interested in the
aucteoine of (Ice electioni, the old sys-
tent of ballot takicng does sot ensnre
eithier of these two requisites. The
Athletic Associatiocn has takeci steps
the most in advance of acty of the
organizations ania is to he comniended
for its progress icc that regard. It is
ncly to tlee hoped that (Ice near fauture
ial'ore saioresimilar progress in (be
'ctlcer organizations of the University.
A Correction.
:itt U. ofMJ. Daily.
In Wednesday's DAIcY it sa said
that at the Oratorical Associatioci
election tie junior late class cit (heir
own candidate Mr. J. A. Montgeimery
for -delegate. alhis was ad error as
fie received instead of 46 votes 146,
thereby showing that ccot ocly his
class supported, but also several from
other classes as well.
AN INTERESTED )FRIEND.

Two candidates for thte Athletic
Association board of directors have
developed ini (le Latv Departmret,
G. L. T. Weadoeck, '01, and hred
W. Hartzburg, '00.
ATHENS THEATRE
FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 7',
CHAS. E. BLANEY'S
BIG SUCCESS,
AHIRED GIRL
A COMPANY OF 25 PEOPLE,
Pnrs, 25, 50 and 75 Cecnts.
TELEMUS"
@LETT PE4BODY ~Co.

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ARE WUMLN'S ON MEN'S
MAKING SHOESSHAPED
S H E bf' LASTS
The Newest All Kinds $305fl
Fashions One Price %1 JU
Shock will be in oar Ann Arbor Store about March 1 st.-
i io EAST HURON STREET.

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Ts Best Chain Wheel., $35.
CRESCEN S Bevel Geared Chainless, $60.
There itsico better whecel made at any price. Ask Crescent riders
if (lilt is not so. Make youtr selectiocn now octa.Crescent.
M, STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
119 West Wnshrigtomr Street.
GRANGER93 SCHOOL OF DANCING.
$5.00 per Terme of 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lennon by Appointmnet. Bell 'Phone 246.
and(lie act of fitting them
Foo o g aph wthe footwcear. Cocc in c and
see linwcwell cresaow ur
O ur~ $ nI t Il~ i1s'-hc'well tsr prac-
i1 RILL'OSfIOE STORE,. AnAau c.

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