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-THE{M CffIf 6A9 (DAILY.

Samn Burclifield's
kFineTAilorng
C an
Deliver
Goods
Sam Burclifiekl
&C.EAST HURON ST.
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 >. Liberty St.

CO7MML NI CATION URGES,
To the I' ditor of The, Daily:
The request The Daily has made
th7rough 'its ediitor'ial colunihs to have
the svsrtous,targatiations- of the catmpus
(liscus* theqtiestionit}of Michigan's re-
ta ii xths the' Conference has been
:osvs..d ot iu a fewe instances, but tthe
tinit of- the request. has heeni entirely
tisreg'trded. The ioaly purpose, ini the
opiiiono f the svriter, the paper has hail
'this matter wassts geesoinic orgaiied
t scsissieii andtiiuoii of the faets. As
is, the matter eao he disctissed onty
lygroups of. two or three as they iieet
,the eampus sirtsy isotated ecoitnii-
i.itiotts ptublishtedhini the columns sof Thie
I aily. Coosidlerisng these cooditions sits
'te general mnanoer in whlich we are
amperest in disecissiotis of this sort, it
i otnly iii fairiiess toin ~dividlual stadensi
lis do sot save the opportunity of an
sea discussioni or whos even do tnt
live the facts of the ease, that the
rganization make ani open exspressioni
c.s~ its decisioss. It is for the beneit of
I Aese miess that sucts a request was mnatde
,-s:d ini atl fairnest to themn it does not
'ens proper that after threshinig out the
;atter sit organization should act as a
stiseti corpsoration and forhid its actiosi
'ons heinig tutishtedl. MARUcSs.
!iARVARI) PROF ADVOCATES
ICITCtIAR ATHLEITIC REFORM

aaPi; THINGS IEDUCATIONAt,
_ IS BASIS O F IEW CUTB
'Anew society, she Edutcationtat Club
of -theu.University of -Miettigasi, is iseing
orgaid iacid althotugh no regular teel-
inig has bseess helst, a conistituitions is bseisng
prepared asid a tints fotiting trill sooni
libe estahlishsed. Ass organsization mseel-
inig will 1w seld at 5 p. in:. Tuesday, its
Roomis 6, TapansHail. The putrpotse osf
the cais is sto deveslp interest itsethica-
tiontal usatters stirouighs papers an disslsi-
esission's'its leadisng eduscatisosal subijecs
of ste slay. It is prosbablte that thsis first
iseetinig will btesal estpecialsiniterest sto
uptper'classmten asit gradusates. All its-
terestedh itseducatiuoial isasters, shss-
ev'er. still esnjoysste swurk.
Robiert Stieer, of Nest York, is site if
sthe greatest pulpit orators intshie coast-
try, and Ants Arhor peoiple will hauvc
the opportunity to sins hint tonsight at
ste Methodist chusrchisnt the Wesleyant
Guild couarse. hlis subiject is "God and
Character," allitnispirig theme stiicit
will afford M.Spoor a lottie for is
test eloquience. Whlen hie spoke here
te years ags'ste chusrcis sas packed.
I fe is a Presbyterians laymns, ass author
oif toastyhbooks,rmsidsteretarysif lite
isoard of foreigns missionis. 'T'he Presbsy-
seriasn people swili joistintshsis'congirega-
tin to hear Isist.

GREAT NVENTOR
SA LE
Underwear, Shirts, Gloves,
Trousers, Hose and Hats 20
per cent off. Shits, Over=
coats, and Raincoats at 25
per cent off.
Some old Suits at one half off
A Money Saving Opportunity
v toa.ebler (% Wueril
Amr nArbc r. Mich.
WATER-PROOF COLLEGE SHOES
XWe hatre thiset, andt the kindti capeIsully tirssdi for sisels i ear.
Heavy dotible soles to herl, tlsrosg lsly visolseed withi rawhiide
middle sole abssolutesly weater tlit its Tats, BrotwnsandstBlIck
heathers.

ALARI'ICLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Alt thse best asakes and fatty guaranteeds.
MICHIGAN PINS AND FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
,Watch InspectortIor'thse Anns Arbor Rairoa
Si L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branchs 304 S. Stain St.

1SECOND'S ONLY
R. E. JOLLY

Prof. Dl~dey A. Sargesnt if Harvard 'isMak sslWgcsisfsh Ci-
ruskes a ussiquie plea for the uplifting of versty of Pennssyvansia trill psresesst,
c Jlege athletics aisd physical culture ini Easter wveek, "Uitch' Sams D litch, or
article, "Comnptlstoi'y Physical Edus Painaats Date," a play choisens frost
u ction," pubtlishied ini the Janusary nuns- six preseinted bsy graduate miembiers.
is- ofr t the Schosol Reviesw issued froit Performsances will lie giveeoits Philatdel-
i.e Usnitversity of Chicago press. phsia, Atlantic C'it',itsbusrg, llseliester
ife advises that no student should he ands Buffalo.
r.it'esi honsors its his stusdies uisless lie has
rs.aissesta certains grasde ini his gyre- Northwesterns is seeking ass opponsenst
r stilestsr athletics,.lHe draws this cots- for her big gamie. 'Daritmousls th sbees
ti.u si fter-criticiig the poitionti of menitiossesd,tint there are thsose whro favri
eliege facuslies ulicits forbsid sutdesits gamses with Chsicago. Ililinsoit antiWit-
totake htonors in tsihletics stlest thea' consuit.
1 s:e a crerditabsls' standing its their --____ _- __
stlj1des. FOR RYINT-Sinsge rooms, its newv
"lTiis requsiremsent," writes Prof. Sat-hinsst' electric lights, steamsihests, tele-
sit, "would insssre the coniscietioussj phonuei. Warm nsdisqsies. 9r5 6. 1Hturon,.
dcii agaisnst sacrificinigIis health Itsj--
v i f raising his standing in sc~hoslar- I LSIT-A Sotro.s ispiss, befotre Christ-
'itt, whicts at te pretesttimhume is 1 'FsT'e "C" set u-ills diassstls. Re-
'eyto to sin accoutio(f te keens cois- t5rn15=195 Washstesiasst reswarsd. 76-7
h 'titisuti to wichise is subjected."
D~r. Sargesit believes physical culttire Hand hammered jewelry at Foster's.
a''-d athletics shsoulds be inclttdetditn the
requsired csirriculuns. "tUnder te headh sWe offer a nice assortint of tDra-
osf physical trainisig," lie continises, "I peries, Wbi'ltoni andSminyrna Ruigs attspe
slotld hbe gladl so see incltudedl all formas citl prices before i'tvoicinsg. M-artitn
of physical activity, includinig music, en- IHalter's Psirnituire, Csrpct anti Drapery
I and instrumntsal, drawisng, paintinig, Stsore. 75-6
-A muodelisig, and all formss of mansial -- -' ___
t'rising, dasscisig, skatisng, swiititig, Slee our comsplete lhne of Miehigan
1'Wisng, iicycing-miltary drill-all pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haler's
fs rosf calisthenics, ganses, plays, and jewelry Store, Vs6 S. Main street. eod
t"variosts forsms of athletic sports."
Michsigans Banners, one-itsird off, at
Fsor somsething strictly first-class'in the ,Xiss Lovell's. 72-76
I soe of vaudeville see Majestic ad ott-n________-
i".pit page. Here all next week. Pyrography goods at Foster's, If

r

Dress Porn js
'Thes.'largest ast ist6 est
assortmseist ever tstown in
Assis Arbsor.('omntasettry
ott a Fair that will fit yours
heels.' C soulliute lise if
Walking Ties, Price $4.00.

Li

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MRS. JI R. TROJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
lair Gfoods, Hairdressing, Shanmpooing
Manicuring, Face Massage a Specialty.
322 S. State St. hUp Statrs) Bell Phone 359

IWalk-vOver Shoe CO.
LARUEST QUICK REPAIR SHtOP IN CITY.
JANUARY REDUCTIONg
Hart, Scliaffner & Marx I T
Stilts arid Overcoats T1he Clothier,
$14.50 to $20.00
..if

THE F'ARM[RS AND MECHNAICS BANK
Capital. $5000,Surplus ad Profits, $6,00 e ti
General Banking Busineos. a percent paid
R.Ksimpe, Prets.. W. C. STEoVENS.Vice-Pies 0C
P ... B LtSo. :Casts.., H. A. WsLLtAMS oAsst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank ONE IN
Capittal stock, ,$5hi.0. Surplus, $200,000
Resources,$,0,0 tales,
General Banking Business TransacM UFd
Orira:Chs E isokPes;W. D. ONE IN
Harrimtan, Ytce Preso.: M. J. Peit, Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK House 4
DIRECTORS:
W. J. Booth Jn. V. Sheehan C u ff $ ,
Was. Arnold tDe. Y. C. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade Et. . Mils
John BaarereJn.Koch
Prot. B. S. Carhart Heary W.Douglas
Chrititan Martin Da F. Zmmsermnan
FIRST NATINLB0
T ABAKO AN ARBOR, MtcH. W A D
i4. 1). KINNE, HIARRISON SOULE, U A ~ r
Pros. X'te-Pres. Fa'.SaaaO1 St'or
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Capttal, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, §1ta,000.
" ' FUNERA
German American Savings Bank 0.8i. Martin DIETR

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:WEAR
4 A BOX
'LEKS
4 A BOX

50C to $150
$I°-°to 300

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WON
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Coats and Bath Robes,
Lttonsa and Stick Pins
Everything upnetowdek to
HAMS (Q CO.
12113 S. Mai Ste
Yo es.W nest ai

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Commerci.a ansd !Offite 209.S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. PtnmethrBlssade witilt cet- ( ot ij nct
Resdene 312 . 5h Ae. hon 31 PatehntsLeaherBlsvet at haek tn
Sa m 'Rsdec 0 .6t v.Poe 1 ac ou kr rblue Send stus a At Tsttla'a. 338 S. Stata
AMBULANCE ON CALL piece of the dross goodts when sendtn order.
Cor.-Mals. aeamrd Liberty Streeta) ,IS ELTCRtAFT CO., BOSTON, ASS.

'STUDiO-RENT&CULLR, 319 East Huron

Street

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