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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

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. f4t~ the iial contest on the first Friday in
The semi-finals shall be hel< as fol-
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during lows for the three years beginning
the College year, at with 1898 and shall rotate similarly
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. thereafter. In 1898 Chicago vs. Min-
OrrimE: Times building, 329 S. Main St. be- nosota at Chicago, aid Nortweste as
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MANAGING EDITOR Vs. higan t A Arbor. In 1899
J.F. TNOMAs,'00 L. Micthigtn vis. Chicago at Chicago, andl
B E ANorthwestein vs. Minnesota at Minne-
BUSINESS MANAGER apolis. In 1900 Northwestern vs.
0. H. HAS, '55 L.
EDITORS C'iicago at Chicago or Esanson, and
H. B. SKILLSAN, '98 L., Athletics. Minesota vs. Michigan at AnnArbor.
E. L. GassMEn, '93L. - - - Monday The final c ontest shall be held regu-
BuTau LAMB, '00, - - - Tuesday ladly in the city of Chicago.
G. D. HUDNUTT. '00, - Wednesday
T. R. Woonoow, '8, - - Thursday Junior Hop Committees.
A. CAMPBELL,'99, - - - - Friday
. A. CAMPeL, 00, - - - Saturday The Junior Hop Committee met ys-
terday doming and definitely decided
on February 18, the Friday of exam-
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50 ination week, as the date for the an-
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica- istul ball of the junior class. No ac-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be: tion has as yet been taken concerning
fore 8 p. m., or mailed to the editor before 3 te price of ti
p. m., of the day previous to that on which e kels or the aliotient
they are expected to appear. of booths. There has been no dissen-
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Ofice, Meyer's or Stoiet's Newstand, or Si1, 'this yeair between the f-raternity
with Business Manager. Suberibers will con-
ter a favor by reporting promptly at this and idopandeit representaation or
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper. among the fraternities ntnselves.
The coimttee Ita's elected Muir B.
The Anti-Knocker Club has a home- Sow, Alpha Delta Phi, general hair-
ly name, but the purposels for which it ian; J. B. -H'arriington, Sigma Alpha
is being organized are worthy ones,-- Epsilon, general treasurer: and Leon-
loyalty and support to he athletic ard D. Verdier, independent, general
teams in defeat and victory, first, last secretary. Tihe following committees
were apposited according to the rota-
and always. to sieme adopted last year: ite-
Constitution of Debating League. Ception-Frederick A. Leas, Delta
Kttppaol b leu chairmani; F. L.
Now that the Central 'Debating Browne, Independent; a1 L. H. Hole,
League is a fixture, with Chicago, Phi Kappa Psi.
Accatgemet-.ttobet Grinnell, Zeta
Northwestern, Minnesota nd Mist- Psi, chairman; M. B. Bettie, Delta
gan as members, it may be of interest Tau Delta; Clarence L. Benedict, Cli
to note the essential features of the Psi; and A. D. Stansell, Sigma Chi.
constituition of his organization. Invitktin-Hairy Rodgers Hurlbut,
Fah university in the league is to Bea Theba' Pi, ehairian; C. C.
Adams, Sigma Ph'i; and F. B. Hoover,
cre to a dehvting hoard the miajorifyPhi Delta Theta.
of whom shall be members of the Decoration-Clifford G. loe, Delta
faculty. A graduate council of nine Upsilon, chatirman; Carlq Munson
members is to be constituted as fol- Gren'e, Theta Delta Chi; and N. L.
lows: Each univensity of the league Cooper, Psi Upsilon.
The committee this year :has had
shall select two aluni residiig in printed the consitution and by-laws
Chicago to sit in this council. The of the Junior Hop Comnmittee as
chairman shall be an alumnus of so1e adopted last year in order that no dis-
eastern university and shall be chosen pte may arise in future years as to
b~y the other members of 'tihe council.t the rotation echeme which was adopt-
The debating board of each univer- ed by the class of '98.
oity shall sub'mit to the graduate
council annually, not later than April IF YOU WANT THE BEST
1, the names of ten persons whom
they consider eligible to act as judges, FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
and also 'three subjects for debate. BADGES OR PINS
With this oasis the graduate council Send to
is to nominate the judges and subjects SMITH, STURGEON &; CO.,
for each yea deba'tes. 'oe grad- 237,i239,241Woodard Ave..Detroit.
uate council Shall by May 10 senId a Designs andestimates furnished on all work
full list of nominations for judges and of this ind.
subjects to the several debating
boards for challenging. From the listi 1 N N 11
not objected to the council Ssnll se -9
lect judges and alterna tesand report
to the several boards by Oct. 1.
No resident of the State of Michi- KOUAKS
gala, Illinois or Minnesota; no relative 9
of any contestant; no alumasnus of any ; We have an answer to the
y question, "What shall I
tsniveisity participating; no person buy for Christmas?" A
who bolds or even has 4ield any ofi- camera is the one thing!
cial relation with any of the contest- that everybody wants and
in uivmstiksshllbe eligibe for that everybody enjoys
ing nniversitiels, s15a(1 b*gb o when he gets it. Now that
appointment as judge. Any Student a good camera can be had
regularly enrolled in one of the uni- for from $4 to $8 it is possi
versities of the league for at least 10 ble for most anyone to give
f oone at Christmas. If your
utarS of recitation or lectures pe . friends have cameras wh
week and who is a candidate for a not get an album for al
degree may enter the coatests. There their prints.
s'all be 'three annual debaeI, two Camera catalogs free.
em-finals and one final. The semi- 9D U AY
f$-.l contest is to be held each year CRLftI --*HRACY.
on the sem d Friday in January,and

@ OUR
Suits and Ovei
AT $15.00
Are especially strong values1
We have made these two li
more attractive by adding so
values. These suits are see
silk throughout and finished
which would equal a custom

INTER

SHOESi
-OF-
Every Description.
A LARGE LINE OF
CYM21 HOES
SEE OUR WINDOW?
BEALS SHOE STORE,
109 N. Main Street, Opposite
the Court House.
this week.
lies much
me $18.00
wed with
I in style
made suit

at double the price.
5 rlttetwi s llen t 0f
lirybiardOnsi utIBicknsuweaa
Typewriter Machines
agvll any of the bighpriced acbid ic apacli
and quality of work, and excelthtlem is convenience.
;Practical, low-priced, portable. keyboard machloes..
ssearhangsalwafoid UalvesalKbr
J T pa lnterwangenii;-
Dretining an

It's Time To Hick~
When the landlord of a country hotel wakes you up at half-past five on a
cold morning and remarks he must have your sheet to use for a table
cloth. We can stand about everything else-bugs and cockroaches, a mat-
tres in three pieces, mucilagenous towels, cast iron soap, and even red-
headed chamber maids; but when they want to rob us of our sheet in this
way, we kick. Most everybody is kicking nowadays, however, with corns
and bunions. SARG'S CORN PLASTERS, a simple little square piece of medicat-
epd laster, with green strips to fasten around the toe, has proven itself to be
the best corn remedy on the market. Get a free sample of it at J. L.
SKINNER'S Store, 306 5. State st., or at your shoe dealers, and try it for
yourself. 1 dozen plasters 25c.
PARISIAN REMEDY COMPANY,
208 Randolph Street, Chicago, Ill. Sole Selling Agents

THIS COLD, DAMP, ATMOSPHERE IS
,YOU SHOULD DRESS MOREĀ° COMFORTA
CLOTHING, BE IT UNDERCLOTHES, CLOTHE
LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTT
201 and 203 South Main Street.
THE felt foundation on which these sh
chill proof, damp proof, heavy ant
Fall and Winter wear.
Russian Calf, French Enamel,1
WI~ J. A
. 119,

AN INDICATOR; INDICATING THAT
BLE.1 WE HAVE THE: NECESSARY
S, OR OVERCLOTHES-WE HAVE THE
ING, REYER & CO.,
- Ann Arbor, flich
oes are built prevents taking cold,.
d dressy. They are the best for
Box Calf, they are $5.00.
PRLL W T.
;EAST WASHINGTON STREME.

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