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THE UNIV''ERbiTY "0F MICHIGAN DAILY,

2 THE UNIVE~LTYLOF MICHIGAN DAILY

U M j~ Dally will endeaotvor to reo 0n. UmiilL I N L..
f 0 4 theirthe Daily =mucst g 1 lave to eon-
I tial1if11 . its-otetedtt~, even if nmiS-
Publiehed Daily (Sunctays excepted) during token, way.
the Oollege year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.Wr grclue
Orroun: Thmee building, 320 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Ste. (Continued from first page).
Erwini'F. .Smith. who was gra Oustedl
J. F. TuoooASs. 0 L. B. S. in Bitology ini.180 and D. S-. inl
-- 1 89, lhis niadc- iliportalt discov-cues
IIUSINJISS NAJIAi
0. H. HsAS, '0 L. Ilit pla0n t atillogy iiithe eastorli tart
- -- oK 0t il t ihd States. 5:slseiiolly ill 're-
EItTORtS
H. B. SKILOLnAN, 19S L., Athletics. i111d to diseases offiiitloiio andi teach
E. L. GneuInE, '51 L. 0. D. HlDUsT. '55. ti-ees. Filibeel: Roth. of tile class of
BUTLnERLAMn, '05. 'T. it. WonODow, '9s'h1 is iS t tresiElt englaged in te lie or-1 eci/a
F.. F~'BL . t .AMP 'so. 'st1ry Division of the Atticurlioral DE'
Inirtlicilt,011(1 is coiiductiiig ilapoetnllt
iiittslig;atitis ill tae coiidiltiis tol!He
___________________________forest restoration..,ipre t'rvii anhd get
The nabscription price oc the Daily is $2.505 iotiol.and1(illi all that tnrtllfiIsto aln
for the college ye.ar, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices. cotmsnica- f tulber physics, sic.: tile strength 111(1
Lions, and other matter intended for publics-til yoftlllr lsinhc11(1
lio t nesbe handed in at thetDsily offtoee- 1OUR -$26.0
fore 8 pmi., or nailed to the editor before 3so 0- ~~dtols r hth115re
n. ni., of the day p evisas to that on whichFi
they are espected to appear. ontly resumed stork at as>hllg tsll i
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily 't td ftllt'-thi
Office, tlcyor's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or afte acolstiertible suyo iibrM
with business an ager. Osheribers will con- i- isiC)lil. 521-51-ge ii. Sndss-oCr Ih.
fen a favor by reporting promotly at thisre
office any failusre of carriera te dcliver paper. closs of '5, shot ol11 of lteasst re
jmvvw At nteBtliclDvso ft A tlan that could he followed .1to sd- Saml eoli'tmnnlof A gricultutae. O R ~ u
-tinta g by the Various lt'galilzita~ls15 F,lii' 01 I~ios Iit tois IFinaet ii
Ntoth alllO sta vlci l tdly for tis spectial ywork, bit ille Ovi
geutio~l traaililigof fteUiiivi-i, ho. iwit
ai pted bithie Oratorical Ba rd at itiali('ll:11d liogo-cal d-'Isa.rtilleiltts 11^5 it i' ed
las omleeting. Title association has a enllied thtaito10 tllitl t0hese' p ,tfl
- ulloivn in Ito h'Closury and insteadi of I- lone. - OUR $15.0(

SHOE5S T
-OF-
Every Description..
A LARGE LINE OF
CYM HOZ
SEE OUR WIN-DOW?
BEAU'S SHOE STORE,,
309 W. Main Sirers. Opposite
-+ he UCourtPHousn.
'ercoat Offering
ere are the prices and descriptions. To
Ia better idea of the values, eoine ine
id examine them.
0
to Black Kersey Overcoats, lined
'oughout with Skuinners Best Satiii-a>
erchant Tailored Coat in every respect
[need to $18.00.
0 and $20.00
10 Black and Blue, Kersey and Beaver
rercoats, some lined with serge, others
th Clay Worsted with Satin Shoulders,.
Juced to $14.00.
0

ilting it lie thieie Idly thio horod has
d'ecided to iput it out1 at itt-rest, and
;dit of the fends bao already bee-n
pslaced adviantageously. We undel-
stand thawtIhe Atitletic Assotciatisnl
heas funds oil hand; perhapsth tile.ili
plan coultd it well appliedi here also.
Wrinkle's recent tilts against thieto-1
11(30 had inithoet more grini ftt ts ,than
htsimor. It is wholly trueiansl menttit-
ably so that our fair fellow-labosrers
it the otducationatl ineyard wait.atll
lie grtapes wihiout the clintiing ftr
temt. They suptltl oi its-lu but thlt-i
ovis pet faiteles and ai- nt oeft'is1
ti-ougli evenii influ-it to keels theic
ideas fromiifttlling. Thir tactivity ini
college affairs tonsists not itt sllttttt-
liitg college orgtilttitotts or pilie -
ittlonhut it -critit-lzing - erythinlg
swithi which they itre liot cetcitted.
We recentily .received a letter eitetiat-
lng fromt the othter sitde of tite Its-ase
swhiech exprtessedlthe oniioithalt lthe
tinily is iiet it irepresentlativc, collegV
orgtanu betausethe Wasrotti'st.Letiguet
Mid Othiri' organicatiolits of lie girls
are given little menltiotn. It is to tritle
4ilflult Io repotrt tie jiroceatiiiigs of
oil -organiztition thaitlitter loes any-
thing. The (Daily once tred the plan
stf'having to-esl relpotrs.ltut tli.'y
never didantilyhinig hi lt c s10to
lendludsoluhettiin the aunitl soetograleli
of .the bettedl or swrite poetry on th.ty
vairloos society functioins they hal at-
tendled. itepiorters lots--' been techt
time after time to the officitlis of t
league 'andisoItie other chieftaiuessos
among the eo-eds, buit they were
either "doing antinlg" or "ttoo bunsy"
or else wanted so mWuch persontalnuen-
tion that otut of laityv the report wat
suppressed. If the ladies will kindly
idescend and propose a remedy tile

Bacteria in Cheese.
11Dorts Vaulghan and, Mcriymvolo I
htis-- been enigagcd sitce the firs,tof
tOctobter illft study of tile htcteriol-
ttgy of Mihiigtui cheese. throught the
Sttet Board cif Health snd tile kiltot-
tvess of the ll anfaclnrers ot chees e,
thtey hitvetobraitied the produc-tsosf
otore thiain fifty- factotrits it the state.
Each11of these samitles htas beetn s1fb-
rnitted-to a thtorotighi ilicteriologietil
exanlitatoot. At the satie time,, Pr-.
ftosor'Spabldig has studiedthit tiore-
imepotrftit nioldls ill this elites'. 'rhto
obljecttis to <os'e tilti o-lit : f ty
germts ill ie cheets0 e.1,o.' ts dleteio'ls
1 gt-us 1( iolttth laveo'.a teno-ictal tff-rt.
tSo ftat, letifiul 4tateeitihav- boott
founid ll'aaticahht- i ('5o- s,,eatolt v -
au-med. The sttudy 11o0wswil l te.all
oitleavor to 5ascertalini Iltea tilbyhowiht
thieset' litsl'ul germs tnay be excluidedI
il the tmtinufaituore of cheese. A -e
pottosill to ne ute noi the subject It
st netxt smetingof tiliete iiital
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS.
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
23t, 239, 241 Woodaed Ave.. Deceoit.
Designts asd estimates furnished onall work.
ofti d ESA HT E Wed., Jan. 12th$
The Ftamous English Beauty and Orig-
inal Gaiety Girl,
CISSYJ-THE DNCE
FITZGER~ALD, $
$Presenting New York'n Oreatest
Laughing Successa
;;THE FOUNDLING,"9
By Win Leaiocq, (tether of 'Can a'
end E. M. Robson, an produced for20
nightis at Hoyts Theatre. New York.
SEE0 CISSY WINK tI i
SPrices--e ----- 25. 5Ccand $7.40
Seats now on sale.

Kersey and Melton Overcoats lined with
All Wool Clay Worsted, Satin Sleeve
Lining. Made as well as our better coats
the difference being in the goods, re-
duaced to $10.50.

® aws 4 5 # S

I

, B icelsuerferl'" as
s Typewriter Machines'
Equalansy o ef iibilgh-priced' machines is capaciy
asd quality af week nd esoel thee in convine.muo ;
Prscticsl, low-priceS, poriable, keyboard machines.;
HAVCE 54 LETTERS AND CHARACESnj
Noibbon. NSe-7 russesed thSclentiloor
Wriingenays i't niersalkeyboard.
night. Priet n5050.
Typ ieeeimsgeabie. T-
Directinkinganed
pristing.
ea to anme hnretddoSettr Unequalled inntnis-
' mi icioeeti omdnntsn
r. Typewitprtnowoy the oee-
25s,on Snld is Twld Yeas. tieson menbs
nenmmen oua...R
F. FAIRBAIRN & CO., Geersl Agtents
Supenrior tnoehu tndred deller
93 Griswnld St., Detrnit, SMick. Typewriteroon ashe
J. S. AlLAtS, 48 S. feorth One., Local Atent m-arket...

e f~o i99e...sfaewesws..e.e~aesn o .........o4....4
-The English Language
Ain't strong enough to express my feeliugs." says the farmer as he
looked back down the hill and found his load of potatoes. had slid out
through bhe open tail-board. We advanced the same nentiment our.
selves awhile asgo when some cuss from thte country with feet as big
as the side *of a barn stepped all over our sore corns and bunions.
Happily, however, we discovered Sarg's ,Corn Plasters and our feet
now feel fine.. Getsa free sample of it at J. L. Skinner's Store, 1306 S..
State Street, or at your shoe dealers amid try it for yourself. 1 dozen
plasters 26c.
PARISIAN REMEDY COMPANY,,
208 Randolph Street, Chicago, Ill. Sole Selling Agents.-
&GENUINE CLEAN-UP~..u
Of dropped lines-an opportunity of unexampled zranduer which
comes just once a year and this is the onc . ' StByles sacrificed are:,
den's $6555 Patent Calf Shoes------------------------------..
den's $5.55 calf.Snoes-----o---------------- --- ---- ---------------------...$,9ss
'WfY.J. APRILL.
tij9 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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