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-.THE MICHIGAN DAILY_
.........~.......THEfIICH IGAN DAILY.
W E WOULD HIAVE IFm srd aond-class tatter a the Ann
4 %FJArbar Costoffice.
Publitsed daily(Ml17 enpae aedl da ieigthe
cold Ph tat I11 F. Was hIngton street.
Ol 1h re82 ew Phone 76.
That we are doing business at Managing Editsr, J. STANLEY BALEY.
Business Manager. CLAUDE A. THIOMPSON.
OUR NEW STORE _ DTR
311 SuhSaeStreet Athletics------------- CirxE tL. nEW
SthSaeNews--------------ARsTHUR 0. POUND
4Exchanges .......Joseph Y. Kerr
Women .............Ida M. Brownrigg
-EDITORIAL STAFF.
scent ofbrintstone. Intshort, everyt to
trootler 1a1tm)sphlere (1101)lieohas he-
fore--ol atmtostphere t-wtichxit 111i)
orate hintmtallytttllly-111,an od iit-
That our New Woolens for
the coming fall trade are
now ready.
That we make superb gar-4
merats for gentlemen.
That we appreciate your trade
and respectfully solicit a;
continuance of the same.
G. H. WILD CO.
rAILtORS
311 Ssuth State Street. ,
NOTE--Those ofrttar friends who htave
eat bentioar patrotn we woutd cor-
diatty invite to come NOWY.
A. M, GraverYn ^ Harry H. Andrewt
1. Waits Jayse
ASISOCIATESO
George A. Osbars Arthuar T.Ruagg
Ito Peebtes J. Earle Ogle, Jr.
A.i r Gtmey er SidneyH. Milter
HughaAlte WillC0. Sanford
Chas. WV. Ambrose Lasts Stickney
Chas. E. Wtnsteasd Jeroms Wsadock
B USiNESS STAFF
W. R. lens E. N. Casey
J1. E. Fetzer A. B. Imes
ii.4TE$: 82.50)petr year, or $2.00 if paid en
advnee.
Office tisars: 12:30 ts 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30i
p. mo. daily.
Addresst CLAUDE A. Tt1OIIPSON, Business
(tanager, 331 Packard St., Telephsne 461.
POPULAR $1.50
XMAS FICTIONj
$1.08
The Masquerader.
Tile Prodigal Sono.
Tine Sea Wolf.
Bleverly of Graustark.
The Villa Claudia.
Sir Mortitner.
The Memoirs of a Baby.
Christmas Eve on Lonesome.
Black rriday.
The Filrgrcc Ball.
Jewel's Story Book.
A Ladder of Swords.
Lady Rose's Daughter.
In The Bishops Carriage.
Unalveralty Book selers
320 S. State St.
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WFI)NISI.Y. JANUARY iit, 110.
Editor Today-Chas. W. Ambrose.
-leiltigon opens the newsyeairswith
a btterutiviersityspCiiititanirrer Ite-
fore. 1Te sslitle stttiet otly lis
caught te hopefttl, protgresive itdeas
thatthIle Michilgatn Uniitnattd othter or-
gattizatiotts has-s helped instill intlo te
getterail college attsphere, indthle outl-
look fotr tunitetd efftort for the htoitor antd
glory of o)1(1Michigani itsee tttnstually
trighxt. Butigreatttittgs cattcomtit o
tu cool otnly throughlthIe endeavors
of eacht individual studtentt. A reatliza-
tio otf personal resptutsiilitytttttutt-
vee-lity affairs will help waonderfully in
attaittingfttr ,Michigati those thinigs
thtatre mnost desired, and ahove all,
acluib house. Along this line Mr.
Nathtan T. Viger, in a recent article in
te Ilndtter, strtkes the pointt sshen he
stiys: The -stcce-ss of te Uniott w-hen
pert of each individual undergradutei.
(Oie etf thte vital tiitg-whichi most of
us interested in the Union thitik will
he accormtlishxed bty it is Ite growsth
andI developmtentt of a tdeeper anodnmore
imnpellintg Michxigtin spirit. *
She MIichtigant Uniontis ott opportounity.
0 0 * The frtiterntityotatiniaust
bireak forth fromtht le secluiont of his
hoetns, atttlfittd watrimthltas well at the
iresitde if te Ltniont. Thltdels-ers titd
diggers tmttst cease hburrotwitng0an( sally
forth it tities itito this sotcial atttos-
)eeandt allot it to rextox-ate itat air,
atd m iattiner whIichtsmack xof the umid-
tighti oil. Thte conviviailist unitst oc-
casionallyftorsake te pitte-totiped to-
b hes tttown ttttn' for te tahIogatny
funtishings of the Utniont. Afe w of
ts willhavtie to cast aswty soiltsbigotry
antd tot ltmistake tobtacco smiokae for thne
ROSE IS INELIGIBLE.
( Continuted from page one.)
hall1 wsitht ottathletis-cittubatnd it is onts
a questiottof ttie st-leu atthletes (If
conference colleges trill Ibe prohihited
froit representing athtletic cilsbs at all.
"In regard to Mdr. Lighthody of Clhi-
cago, twIt) tlso reptresentedlthte Chti-
cago Athletic cilxb at thxis. mee t ttt-Next
Yock, hten-as gisven permtissint to go
by1 thte ttedical dicector of tite tniver-
sity, Dr. Raycroft, attd tot by Mtr.
Stagg. Br. Rto-croft said tat Ite gore
Liglitbody- Iertxiiixttto relpreset thle
th~letxc clttb only xecaiue of te fact
tuatL lighthoxdy-hasditev-er reprsenxted
te Uxxivetsity- (f Chuicaigo in tthxletics,
andxecauise at thle ptesent t tlne heis
tot ttxitt it is stuies and cotnseqluently
ieligible.
"loever, granxtinxg titat ninati n
itt refusittg (lr Rose lpermxissiontt was
utij ust-w--hlich I still noit cotncede for
aitlettlet titt, griting thttt, hxe lid
tot shxowt-loyatlty t thle untitvecsity hy
his actioti, for lite fully- understood thle
coseqenctetes. Lat intetter 1ahItdHt ll
atnd Stextart twantted to cep~rese-nt thxe
1Iilxx-titkee Athtletic clutb at the.\A. is.
U. tiet at :Milxwaukee, cut titey xwere
refttsetdpermtissiohnitatdl sid totttittk
of goittg.
"If Mr. Rose shtottld leate Michigait
Its, of coarse, cotild 1101 re-presenxt antt
coference college in tthilletics anxx I
dlo tot see toss- he coutldlenter antv
exsternuiversitywithoultI a certiftes
of honxtorabxle disttissal, tw-hicht. of
coutrse, hteswould he unabxlle to obtaiin."
Iti contclusion, Profesoxr Pattettgill
saidl,"It tas alwtay-s xeentthle pclicy oxf
thxe Ilieligaix facuilty anidl boarxd of coot-
trxxl thtt tittatt mulst xc lit-st. sudnt
aitnx secotndly, atn athtlete. Thee ittei
o exhixtnected wsiththtet.-untive.rsity- who
woxxulxdraither see MIichtigatt tailltthant
mtyself, bxut it is fair iore impoxtrtat
l~tiat Michiganitshldxis act fairly atnd
hontotrablly thxanthallttsseshldt winsstthex
contifi-rettetratcktiled."
Whten askeid as tox his optittitn of the
Rose case, Manager Baird spoxke as
follos : "Ihas- t tltinv-estigatexd the
fatcts of thle cise, btlon tihe face of
st ttit has tranlspirexd I shxoutldlthintk it
txaxs a clear caise of siolaititon if rule
3. andtlttnder thle juxrisdlictixott xfthe
Coinferenice rttles commtiittee."
C. OF Al. ENGINEEtRING SOCIETY.
Thte twenty-sixthi attuualx Ictnuventionx
if thle Michtigani Etgtcerit society
twill lie teld at Ianintg lox.Jattutryes-t,
12 antdx 13, o3 (.Thtere tsil libe an un-
utsuatlly iters-stixig series oflpaptsso
liv e tOlics foxr tip-to-datte inetn, aixdI sll.
whexthexr tictttlsrs if the soxcietys-rxct)
tire itvted to lietpresetnt at the eet-
intgt anttiltaIke tart ii thettdiscssion
of thense Calters.
IDairies and Calendars
For 1905
The "Excelsior" Diary
ehlAd--ssilBooks andixl ewto'
25c up.
Art Calendar of Events
The begitnning of the NeW
Year finds this U. of M. soc*
ventir more popular than gtdl
Tine only f rat class U. of A'
sotuvenir caledar obtalnablO
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they last
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