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w.THE MICH16AN' DAILY

- -I ATII ,TICS HAVE
Sam Burchfield's UNDUE, PROMINENCE.
(Cotiued from fagn One.)
Fifle Tailoring oteisr athletes who wised to insure their s
J competition a fourth year and naturally t
Trade wulotd not much consider the larger i-
tersts of sholarsip or stuent idals;c
y their immediate friends; and by the t
grduiate iirector worshipig, excusably t
Can perrhaps, the almighty dollr. l
Almtost ne of the alumnii were heard i
Delivin f it at te tiue, aid the only generalb
canasis sitte,ty Stevenson, shows mnatty
f tetm ashatmettf tis atot of teir 1
Thl~e altmtaitater ; t majority of the studetst
Itoblly hato wel-formied opinion,d
G "'d" attdlof these the os whto now favor
tsCtnferene certaily need feel no
htttitliatitttt; ait many of the most rep-
restatttive stdietst hae always op-
Sam Burchfield 'cod te ati s for examtple, they
3d111 ~Lt1L 111LI tiilditstes thotise fatous anti-Confer-
Q 6c ptitiiins, laughed at tet, asdit-ar-
r gtei their promoters to a stadstil.
& O ES HRNST. it is aictifit of iteals, sit so is
moitst persistet. It is a qiestioi of at-
_______________________________lIetics fr the endt of te good of Mfich-
gait. ticathletics for sit end initsilel;
le soer jtigment of almii, faculty
sui thItoghftl sudnts against the
asty action of the boart awed by par-
ties personally itterestetd raisitg an it-
BROWN'S Drug Store positg clanor.
120E. ibety t.No tatter whtrlaactiot may tic taket
ow, few ats iobt that the larger ideal
will triumph sooter or later. Onto0.
JUNIIIR DETSCIER VEREI N
HtAS SEVENTY MIEMBERS
-_-_-_ _ :-- ---- The Junior fD etseer Verein, rival
ALA * LOC S -f he IDettoeter Vereit proper, mtet atd
AL RFA LO K iorgatizei yesterday afteroon, seenty
$1.00) $1.50 -$1.75 strng. Prof. Witker, ea of the Ger-
.5\iii ii- i Otistind siullty suettiteeti iisit departett, cotdcteteithe tieetitg
MIICLIGtAN P-tititOBS an expliet the purpose of the asso-r
25c up to $5.00 etatiot. It is, in brief, to furiisi to the
stnger students the same atmosptere
FIlNE WATCH REPAIRINGi f fatmtilirity switi Germtan speecti and
A SPECIALTY. iwatnter s wihthle tmore advatced st-
Watch inspector fori the Ann Arbor Railroad is 'ts ae enjoyed for somec years its
tic e ettsctisr Verein. The swork, of,
.J. L. CHAPMAN nicessity, wiltle simpe in nature. Tte
26 s. MAIN ST.% uiotti Vereini is cotposet of stdents
Branch: 33S State S.
frmiibotittste literary atcteigicenttig,
detartetis who are nosy taking sophi-
im Eermtutattindhae shown iterest
2 nd utilit i t e irw ork.
0 iro titing y the experiettces of iie
ior Vereit, the orgatizatiot will ticP
lie start work i a bienss-ikec
maneit itot s f ie I stmd
hotic sorkitg divisions, ote for the
SECOND'S ONLY isotintsantl three for the isen, were
IL& .E JOLLY vaedsuetdiunireelyw nv
tircli rorns iserr otaiteiin the1
rooiiisssit the various miemibers. Eeh
MRS. J. R,. IUOJANOWSKI 'ntitit is uter ote of the Germnsit-
strctors. f
FASIIIONABLL HAIRDRESSER - ---
Hair (Gods, Hairdesing, Shampooing Stritisates ii heavy waterroofs
maniurin, ace Massage a Specialty. ttsfiirss. Wager CO., State Spt. Sigit
322 S Sate St.l0 tai rst,)eu B el Pho ne 359 o Ihelie g w iste s te.7 -0 '
BANKS
THEFt AMER[S AND MtICIANICS BANI
MAIN AND HURON STRETS
CGenrattBankng Busisess. 3 perciet paid
its Time atd Seious5iDepsits. Safety DO-
posth Bes istot t oand upicets
t. iare, Pe. h. . 5L-;E [voixsoVice-Pes
. 11. CiocoSE. ast,.it. A. tWsiiAMO Ast[
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank; ONEK114 A
tapital stock, $50,000.ossurplus, $55t,0
tsurces, S2,00,00
ResoutM UFF I
A General Banking Bsiness Tranacted ..
OrestoisCERt:Cas . ilseur Prer.;t w. 1i). ONE INA
Harrimsan Vice Prs.: AT. j. 1it. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK House C4

sW.,J. tBooth Isis. V. Sheehasn C u ff ~ w
) Wiu. Arnoldt Dr. V. C. Vasghant
Tas. H. Wads . iF. Mitts
John ttaarer Jnto. Koch Ee
Prof. fl. S. Carhart CHoenry W. Dougas L
Christian Mtartin lDan P. Zmmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK D
F'.1. KINNI . tIAR~iSCO SOUmE, F..sh ion Stork
tres. V i~-rs
5. 0. CLARKS(),N Cashier.
Cstpitat,.10,0.O uurtitis ittd Proits.§500,000
German American Savings Bank 0.M Martin FUNER, TOR
Comrxmerefek.l essn d Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98.
Sm.vlsxs Residence 302 S.-5t Ave. Phonae°314
AMBULANCE ON CALL '
Can. e. an.n ansd 1L1benty Streeta

"PUaRITY COMIMITTEE'
AW AITS STUDENT EVILS
The purity comnmittee, focused tots for
tstm, timr for purity its elections, hasl
skn to delfisite actions sitte its last
itiblic .statetient. It is ratlerttse get-j
crat optinion.sof, ,thle.conititee," stated
tie chairman when sects yesterdlay, "not
to take anty direct act on anty matter,
bitt cattier lto keep the reftirt otr purify-
ig isdeai continsally before the studeist
bioty, ts take, forit whietiever a mtiter,
ar elections sf ansyisiportattce arises.
Thie reforns itself mttst always hreuwithi
lie siudetits taut will iii a measure tie
direted hr our cimitoitee."
The following is the schedule for the
smester examiinaltitt- in ithe lassuepart-
rrent:
First tear. clase---
truesday, Jain. 2&--Tuiris. is a. Iin.
Wedshday, Jats. 29--Sales. 2 It.ii.
Friday, Jan. 3tr--Crimuinal lass..i9 a. ini.
Saiturdhay, Fete;s---Cointracts, p. m5.
'Cutesdhay, Feb. 4---Eleenitary haw.'
Wednesdhay, Fits. 5--t tusirstic elar-
tints. 2 p. it.
iconuslyear elitss--
M~onday, Jats. 27---Bills suet titer. i.
Tuersday. Jatn. 211---Ettuity jurishprot-
thence. .2.
Thutrsday, Jant. J-p--artnesip:..
Friday, Jant. 3Ji-Real prop--rtu_ 2
sMondasy, Felt. J3---Corposrations.: o.
Tutesutay, Frb. 4-- liuseusts ansd car-
tug. s.
Thirdteac ltass-
Motuday, jan. 27 -Mortgages. 2.
We, dnessdauy- Jun. a2q---Contitutiional
ThirrsdayJasit Ji---Jtuugtsseuts. 2.
~Satutrda-yIFt. ---trivritc tuuertaio9nal
X'luititss1FO). 3-Counveyancinig.2.
Cmus~ie lt. ;-Fedheral liractice.
Wedntesda{Iu feb. 5-Pisubhie uoicers.
Thursda-y,-Ferbs (----Raitlway lists;stud
Psnkrsplsy. 2 p. mi.
NIFi-iuc QU'ARTE'TTo SING'tt-T SuIi OK~sI-'.
Th mmedicquaurut ewill tuake-is first
publuic appeasranuce Fridasy tight. Thur uc-
casiount willbhua smststker giveni 'uy the
sophi mtcdics attthur N-lichigan.Ui tion
Clubhouuss.
trust. A. RIsi-.5Silt, _aCorneicleancsu,
hats hienchotsent tresidenut of ths- 'ti-
versity of i}lissoturi to take thinplaccuof
R. h1. Jesse: resignted.

GREAT INVENTORY
SALE
Undervwear, Shirts, Gloves,
Trousers, Hose and Hats 20
per cent off. Suits, Over=
coats, and Raincoats at 25
per cent off.
Some old Suits at one half off
A Money Saving Opportunity
Ste ebier (a Wuerth
Afrh AArbor, Mich.
WATER-PROOF COLLEGE SHOIES
We have themm,asmitheickinsd espeiatlly insul for such tweir.
H-eavy domhuhe soles Cto heel, tlsrouighlyr viscolizedth rtl tasriids-
atiddhlesolet ahsoltitsly swater tight inTtPan, BrownutanmthBthak
Leathers.

Dress Ponips
.1e hi.lam-,est tush ficmst
as>sorimucttcs-er shouwn iii
Ammn Arbuor. Comse and try
oni a5 pair iliaCtill fit ytour
Heels. Cumullete l ice of
Walking Ties, Price $4.01).

Walk-wOver Shoe Co.
- LAR(IEST QUICK REPAIR SHOP IN CITY.

I _ Ak =6rw Ak wlb qar Wlb =% r.w ..F vln w l rqkv

Since 1858 sNvebutte nade Watch Re-
puaigone of our strongest features. HartScliafner 2rx-
Hle'JelrStr,2SManstreet. cod Stalts arind Overcoats
-Pyrograpby goods at" Fostera t $14 ..S50 to $20.00

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50c to $150
$1°_°to 300

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ats and Bath Robes,
ktents and Stick Pins
0-4E- thlng tsp-to-de
1113S. Main St.

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Patent Leather Belts : $d ack t Hot L unch
sato your skirt or -blouse, 85e. Sendusa At Tnntti.a33655S. Stat.
stoce of the dreoohs when sending ordor:
rIt 3ELTCRAFT CO.. BOSTON, IMASS.

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STUDIO-RNTSCULER, 319 East. Huron

Street

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