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THE U N IV ER61TY 'OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

2 THIi~ UNLVEU~tTY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OrrDow: Times building, 329 s Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MEANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 00 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
O. H. HANS,'00, L..
EDITORS
H. B. SKILLMAI, '8 L , Athletics.
H. L. GAIsMER, '93 L. G. D. HUDNUTT, '00.
BUTLEn LAMn,'00. T. B. Woonoow, '98
I. . CAMPBELL, '00. A. CAMPBELL,'99.
F. EsoLHADAn, '98.
The ubecription price of the Daily is 1.0
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tlons, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily offce be-
foee8 p. i., or mailed to the editor before 3
p.*in.,ofte day prevous"to that on which
they re epected to a pear. ly
Subcriptionn may be left at The Daly
Office, Meyer's or Stoffet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Subcribers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office an failure of carriers to deliver paper.
The following editorial appeared in
Saturday's Detroit Tribune:
"At a meeting of the litera ry faculty
held in Ann Adbor Monday might a
resolution was adopted denying to Mr.
'Hone'- tuart te privileges of the
University. Mr. Stuart is the young
halfback who played with the football
eleven last fall, despite the fact that
he was not a student regularly enroll-
ed, and had never matriculated. What
the faculty expects to gain by with-
holding the privileges of the Univer-
sity from Young Stuart is one of the
sacred mysteries. mtr. Stuart never
had any privileges at the instittion-.
He was never a student, and the fac-
ulty cannot well take away from him
something he never had.
"Foor the goodntfame of the IUliver-
siy it is necessary for the faciuty to
do something more than paiss resolu-
tions that reflect upon young Mr.
Stuart. It is impossible to believe
that Stuart went to the University of
his own accord, annexed himself to
the football team, certified that he was
at regularly matriculated student when
he knew the statement to be untrue,
all as a pleasant jest. Mr. Stuart was
an athlete whose services were in de,
imand when he was a student in an
Illinois academy. It is said that otherl
colleges were after him before he en-
tered or made a pretense of entering
the University of Michigan. It seens
to us that the faculty has done noth-
eg as yet to. renove the balot frow~
Michigan's athletic record.
"If there has been alt investigation
for the purpose of determining who
brought Stuart to Ann AArbOr, and the
details of the transaction, it has been
kept from the public. The University
faculty cannot afford to let this case
be smoothed over. WLatever is
worthy of preservation in amateur
athletics is founded upon honor, and
the slightest suspicion of professioal-
Ism demands the most searching in-
restigation. The honor of college ath-
leties must be above suspicion, too."
rThis editorial was undoubtedly Writ-
ten under a misapprehlension. The
faculty has been at work investigat-
ing the case for the past month and if
by any possible means it can be dis-
povered that Stuart was "induced"
to come here rompt ation will be
taken on the matter.

AN E LOQENT LECTURE
(Continued from first page).
be black, white, brown or ginger-cake
color, but will come to him and ask
how was it done?
"The world wants a man who can
do something and when it finds one
prejudice against him vanishes."
The great negro was filled with
earnestness, and his sincerity won the
good will of the audience. His lecture
was replete with natural and homely
-wit, which caused 'frequent outbreaks
of enthusiastic applause.
Woman's League at Home.
A large attendance and a most ei-
joyable afternoon is reported from the
"At Home" by the Woman's League
in the Barbour Gymlnasium from 4 to
(i. Saturday afternoon. Several selec-
tions by the mandollin and guitar quai-
tetes and songs by Miss Louise George
an Miss May Allen made up a mu-
sical.program which formed the en-
tertainment of the afternoon.
Those receiving were Dr. Eliza
'Mosher, Dr. Julia Snow, and the
Mesdanes Andrew MILaughlin, 'arl
Guthe, J. H. Drake, G. C. Huiber,
George Dock, James Brtwster.
"The Ninety-Six Club."
Members of the Chicago bar who
are graduates of the University of
Michigan have formed an organization
known as "The 'Ninety-Six Club," amd
gave their first annual banquet at
Kinsley's Saturday evening. E. C.
Lindley acted as toastmaster. Tele-
granis and letters of regret froll ab-
sent members in different parts of the
United States and from Professors
Knowlton and Meciem were read. B.
F. Deahl, of Goshen, Ind., gave the
principal address, and brief speeches
were made by many of the members.
William T. Apmladoc is president of
the organization and Henry P. Not-
homlb is secretary.
"A Black Sheep" at the Athens
Theater tonight.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON [& Co.,
237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave..'Detroit.
esigns andestimates furnishedonallwork
of this hind.

WINTER SHOBSI
-OF
Every Description.
A LARGE LINE OF
OSEEOUR WINDow?
BASISHOE STORE,
109 N. Main Street. Opposite
An0 Oportunity

FOR FINE DRESSERS
This week we put on sale all our
Fine Tailored Suits, in Cheviots, Cassi-
meres, Clays aid Worsteds-all made
after the latest Winter Fashions, equal-
led only by high-priced merchant
tailored clothes
Choice $14.50
We have cheaper ones which we
have reduced. But this week we are
making a special effort to reduce our
stock of fine suits prior to inventory,
February 1st.

1-

Students' Lecture Association
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR

SOUSA'S

- BAN\D'!

ATHENS THEATRE$
~TO-N IG H T!i
Black
I-Sheep. ,
Parquet------ 1.00
Parquet 01rcle-
Balcony -------- 5
Gaier 25

The Greatest Musical Organization of its kind
in the World. This Superb Band composed
of fifty men assisted by --- .. .
MISS MAUD REESE DAVIS, Soprano, and
MISS JENNIE HOYLE, Violinist
-WILL BE AT
Y..
University li, Saturday Night, february26
Season Ticket for Remaining Numbers $1.25.
- Reserved Ticket for Remaining Numbers 25c extra.
CONSISTING OF
Sousa's- Band--- ----- --- --- -------.Feb. 26
Oratorical Contest--------- --------------- --March 1S
Burton----------------------------.-.----..-April S
Commencing Wednesday, Jan. 26, Closing MondayjEve., Jan. 31, our
Entire Stock of Shoes at One-Fourth Off,
w A.PPILL E9 . WASHINGTON ST.
16.00 Shoes $5 00Soes --$3.75. 00 Shoes----3.00. 3.50 Shes---32.63.
$300 Shoes....$225. $2 50, V,. $1.50 S hoes, all One Quarter Off.

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