THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
:ublished Daily (Sundays excepted) during
Association? If the officers and cli-
rectors of the association arc workingb
for the best interests of else associa-
tion, wNhy should they be %fraid to let
_ _the College year, at7- Y their work be known? Tliere is nee-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
tim-ies Tinoes building, 79 S. Main St. be-
- tween Liberty and William Sts.
a. F. TusseAS, 07
0. B. BAss, '9.
E. a. G8Nisue,'9 'L0. F. S. SIuONS, '5.
F. M. Looieis, '50. Hi. B. OSoiussA,'50 L.
H, H. CORnIs, '55. BUTER~o Lsu, '00.
C. M. Dates , 99, Athletic Editor.
_ .ASSOCIATE) EDITORS
W. W. Hughes, .0. S. W. smith"W0.
F. A. FilelSk, '5S. I. A. Campl, '0
W. P. Morill, '50. 0. 0. Iludnutt, '00.
A. M. Smith,'07. C. Lull, jr., 99 D.
The subscription price of the Daily is 02.5
foe the college ycar, with oo ireular delivery
before noon cb day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter itened foe publica-
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p. in., of the day previous to that on which
they are expected to atpear.
_ Subscriptions may Or left us The Daily
_ Office, lilyres or Stotloits Newtand, or
with Business Maonager. Stbers. will con-
fer a facor by reportinsg promeptly at Lo
- office any failure of carriers to deer paper.
At irregular intervals "The Stu-
dents' Register" still makres its ap-
pearance. This sheet was started last
October and has siiice devoted most
of its energies to securiug recogition
as a studeiit ll~bliCatiOi." It is as pure-
ly financial scheme oil 1110 part tf the
publisher who is sery aunxious to
create tlic impressiola that his publics-
ltion is conducted by studciiis in order
that advertisemntns nosy be mores
easily becured. Folioowlug out this
policy, the Owner has found a few
students who ore lacking enough ill
college spirit to allow the use of their
names ini the editorial coluimii of a
publication that inusres ol legitimuate
student publications whenever an op-
portunity is presented. The paper will
possibly 11ve until the end of the year.
but the fact thlat iuost of is news is
over a week old, making it an~ Object
of ridicule to studelnts generally, soil
that its free delivery seemis to be ex-
tremely linilted, wiii doiihtless end its
,career by that timec, if nt before. Bout
the fact that such a scee eain be
even partially successful for but one
year shows the huedr idea somie of
-otir stuidenlts loss- concterninlg the ulii-
port of college organiizations.
At a recent mieetinlg cit the Athletic
Board sonie criticismn was iiade re-
garding the publlicationa of ani itemi of
newvs in the Daily. A niember of the
Athletic Board, ails was as 1cc-i a
Daily editor, wrote all accountt of cii
election of a director, giving itie cole
for tHeald and Villa. That account
was criticised adversely at the net
meeting of 'the Athletic B1oard, and
one menmher said, "It is generally un-
derstood that all proceedings of this
Boand lire oecret." Wily? INhy
should business transacted in the
name of the Athletic Associatioii be
concealed fron the members of the
essarily at great deal of business at
the board meetings which caios be
miade pulblic, hit there is no osensi-
blo reason wxhihisotld sppl~ress :he
annunhcemeicnt of it decisive mto. It
mialy be precedent; oct11ia bail prc)d-
ciii should receive 110 recognition. Aiy
miemlber of 1110 Athletic B1ard5whoil
taks exceptionl to the Daoily's xicws
toic ilth matcer is iiivitd ttc coitcrite
hics ressons therefor-otherwise the
Daily will publisht he nesss iii full as
lie. J. M,5.telso, ofthoc' Iirt
P'resbytericn echurchl.sicoke to an 11
icutetive audeiice at Ncewblery Hall
Sundaloy-iorninu .11111the sbjec,
'Why I sin aresby-tcerial." 51'.
Gtelsiou sid 1101 cter itoloau~y extend-
ed doctrinal sdiscssion, abt dvotses
ilost of lis tim1e 1o a general exsi-
tiono of Presby-teriaiiism.lHe aapcltds
his talk to 'teaudieiie which was i
uost eitirely of stiosets. Accordig
to Re. (Geltou, 11ce grat fasctor in
Christianitly io the mn himiisef, not
lie religioi. Thle speaker tien cx-
eiiviroiieisolssf hiis earlier lite wicteb
hald intuced hiniehiocimbrace tie fait
Chess Club Meting.
At their last moeeting the Unixeriy
Chss (lub aeptesd 111 challenge of
le SBay Ciy Cess Club to play' i1
mlatchi gameil by correspondence. A
coiiimittee wiii be appoited by tres.
A. Campbell, of lie University Ceco
'hlu, to c-srry- Oilthle game frthIle
U. cf -1.
Pro. Diwvey ox-soeleced 511'hoior-
ary moemlber of the clb. Cllr. Dexxey
is it metmbler oct he llaaaChess
Cloub, i exxll knlown- eastern orgaizia-
ton. The cosituiiiisiiof the clebxxso
slighitly salers's. 'fle sl'ailo of the
coing ceoss tournamiientxweie also
They Are WithU.
Att hoc'firosc nulso oixeltisll of
liler Iclinslla eteaors laot St-
inlay, the o sllsoxxiog reoltions xerc
"W'e, the superintendients, pricials,
contly coliloisioioes- and teachrs of
hote Upper Pennsula of Mihigii, ns-
sembliled iiinenl covetio, uani-
mouctsly tdeclare oureunshlaeinilndcd-
voted loyalty to the University of
-icheligane. We are proud of its honor-
able history, its mgitde, its great
repultation, its veierable and honored
president slid its able faculty, we de-
precate ainy tteipt 10 produce a feel-
log of irritation bewxeen tueeUnver-
sity and the high snools.
Swan Linen copies well In letter
Never a time mot'e opportune than
now to provide yourself xwith a stylish
Coat or Cape at no little expense.
We have now in our Cloak Room
noany Jackets as elegant in design,
make and matonial as this country at-
foirds-than xwhich no large city can
boast better-all of which are selling
LADIES' FUR CAPES,
Astrachoan, Coney, 'Wool, Seal, Mlonkey
and Electric Seal
MVACK & CO11
YOUR TASTE WILL
FIT YOUR POCKET BOOK,
If yon fnrnish your rooms dur-
ing our Great Iiiventory Sale.
Retluctions made to force trade
in every department.
Good Antique Chamber Suits,
large mirror, good $16.00 value,
A Solid Oak Roll Top Desk,
chaeap at $15.00-Sale price $10.00.
Chinelle Portieres reduced from
$2.25 to $1.50 a pair.
Japatnese Rugs, 6x9 feet, a $6.50
value, now $4. 50.
Japanese Rugs, i x10; feet, an
$8 50 value, noxv $6.50.
We manke Window Seats, Cush-
ions antI all kindls of Fulrniture to
Furniture Repairing our spec-
Work and pihices that please.
M AC K & C0oil
56-58-60 S. MAIN ST. - FURNITURE.
THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
The Stuect' 1 O F___soiaio' ous
Luther Laflin Mills, (Chicago Alumni Numnber) _
_ _Feb. 12
_ April 2
_ - April 13
GENERAL ADMIISSION TICKETS $Q00)
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS 1.5
SINGSLE ADMIISSION .50
Oratorioal Contest .15
TICEETS NOW ON SALE-Rhescved tickets on sale ct Palmer's drug store, bStt
'ztreet, and Wahr's hook store, Slain street.
JAMES H. PRUITT, Corresponding Secretary.
A POSITION , s an.
Cnbe secured with Sand, Sh1llcaiy a Ce, thact will bring good returns ho
stndentn for ibis work dsri g vacaion. xve wiohbReprsentatives ono our
Atbanes,Slaps and ether publications.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY . , , , , t
By IRobert N. Tookoer, Sl D., of Chicago Medical College jnst issued, is te
book foce Medical Students. Catalogue and circulars send en application.
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES , , . I I , ,
We want a few special representatives in the College. For this position
experienced book nmen nhouid write us at oe,. tating past axperhence.
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