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January 27, 1905 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1905-01-27

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_ THE "MICHIGAN DAILY.
I-Burch field's Fine Tailoring
Trade Guarantees...
You the most skillful rod artistic service t be had anywhere.
We always carry a large and complete line of seasonable wool-
ens. We have the agency for Beach & Newel's Custom Shirts,
* and can show you a large, beautiful and exclusive line of ohirt-
ings-"perfect fitting.
Blurchfield's Fine Tailoring Trade, 106 E1. Iuron
H OA G
Presents comiplimuents of the oeason 'to the student body, hoping you
have all had a pleasant vacation. Our Holiday business wa
very satisfactory, but we still have plenty o1 goods
left and more coming in every day.
10 ng things that appeal to the student. Drop
U in and see us. Our prices are right.
H OAG'S
2014 203 So. MmAIa Anniex 106 L. Wa shinjitozs
{
WLabhanis, 1R~an & iReute.
Money Loaned
Loaned on Watches, Diaiuondi,
~or other Personal Property
Vatelies sod ewelry F-epaired
Bargaiiis in Watches and
Diamonds.
fficei at residience, 331 fE. Libseriy St.
JO~i and 7 to 9i p. n1. All ibusines
ential.
Joseph C. Watts
tYos cars get e
riot Lunch
At Tatte, s, 338 S. State
~ .SCHUiH, Sanitary Plumbing,
electric construction and supplies
hasan El ectric Portables, Gas and
tlectric fixtures, steam and hot
water heating.
207 F. Washington St
Nel Brunswick Tables.
DBILLIARD PARLORS
FlcClgars and Tobaccos.
asa. .uRid, Prep.. 302 . Stair Street
bA CI NG
Qranger s
LAST TERWM
Fe.11, AS to May 2
GirsaundifieoereonMaynard St.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Caital stock.$520.000. Saurpius, $175,000.
Riesourcesj, i000,000.
A I Ueral Banking Business Transated.
lk s:Chas. E. Hisceeb. Vera..; W. it.
\bt an iPres. ;M. JFiz, Casieri.
Rave's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor.
326 N. Fifth Ave.
thn 57 Bell Phon~e 457-L
"The Niagara Falls Route.'
THE SHORT LIKlE
(CHICAGO
ON ARBOR to BUFFALO
BOSTON
thth NEW YORK
t direct connections at Chicago for
ll5e 1ois, Kansas City, St. Paul and
too~ Wept. For- information and
DP,4g tickets call on or write to W.
B 's, Agent, Anna Arbor.
""ALLEN'S FOR. QUALITY"
Our Clothiing contributes to a nuanis self respect while our prices
coitul ibtute to his wealth. Don't niiss our Clearanice Sale.
All $10.00 Suits and Overcoats = $7.90
All $15.00 Suits and Overcoats $11.90
r ALLEN THE +CLOTHIER.,
MAIN STRERET
...........
i
r
Spalding's Athletic Almanac
(Offfcial) for 1905
EDITED BY JAS. E. StULL VAN
Ciesf Phytsicail Culture Det,
Wsorid'. iFair.
Containsshusdeds of pictares of tihis
year's. t'iamptiit'.nd atleie venti;
comptile'te reort of ityampie Gaineseof
150;3;a'heworld's test reotits.
The only compete bask ifSAtletic Records
published
P101CE 10 CENTS
A. G. SPAL DING & BROS.
147 Wabah Ace., Chicago
STUDENT OPINIONS.
(Continued from page one.)
tiver to the wearing of the M's.
Let us grant that 'the mani who wears
an "M" on a watch fob, a hutton or
a soil case does it nierely to show a
pride ini the uiniversity for which it
stands." Let us admiit that the spirit
is commendable, that it shiows a desire
to identify ones self withi the school,
that in the majority of oases it is not
sit evideince of "four-flush." 'What of
it? Nevertheless, ini views of the sys-
trio of athletic hoiiors ini vogue here
and at iiost uiiversities, this spirit is
sorely iniproperly mnifested. It is ain
onis.poted fact that if the "M"l' is
worn prontiscously by aity or every
student, irrespective of his achievemeits
as an undcrgradutiae, that te insignia
is cheapenied atid its purposue as an
"htonor" practically destroyed. 'fTis is
the effect in our own eyes ; ini te eyes
of outsiders the prontiscouis weariing of
M's is most confusing. If, schen the
trains left Ann Arbor last Christmss,
-cc were to judge from caps, gauntlets
atid suit cases, the varsity teams con-
tainied about four hundred men, all of
whsoimihad won their Ms irrespective
of size, color or previous conditionis.
Surely, around this "M" should cling
a certain sentimeit. This is not silli-
ness; it is important to us as students.
Well would we rite the day if these
sentiments anid college customs should
lie siriken front the undergraduate life
at Michigan. These are the things that,
characterize the life at Michigan, Wuis-
consin, Princeton or aity other school ;
these are the things that make Mbich-
gun spirit. Then let this ."M" mtean.
something; let it have a definite place
in our undergraduate life.* We, the
student body, must save it or spoil it.
The athletic association nor aity oilier
association cainnot force us to do any-
thing.
As a restilt of this disctissioii,list it
not occurred to sonic of its that the,
system of awarding honiors to athletes,
mcii. cubthelebaters andotubers
is totsvcry clearly aiidldefinitelysswork-
ed out? Why could not a joinit coin-
oiier front two such orgaiziatios as
the Athletic associatioti and the Michi-
gait Union work out a formal system
of honors that would have soiie clear
and defitnite nmeaninig? The coinstitu-
ency of these organizations is such that
whatever such a comititieswouild re-
port wotild be respected biy the stutdeint
body. And, I repeait, iio organization
can force us to do ansytinitg. If it cotuld,.
the result would be of doubtful value.
It is our own sentienit anid our spirit
that most solve this question.
I thank you for the use of your col-
umns. I wish that more students would
use them for a like purpose. But let us
not forget the purpose. The statement
that the resolution relative to the "M"
was openly favored by Captain H-eston,
"Bat" Parker and Captaino Dird that
these genttlemns might "take a quick
junup into public recsognitiain," anid
therefore that "the sensibile thiing to do
is to disregard it," hardly commintds
itself to serious studetit conisideratiois.
GRAn.
To cute; EDreOi:
Thei'pIersois s'lo ssrote the article ini
this mornings Daily ineesd iot try to
deceive its ty signinig "Senior.'' Nit
right-miiiiesd seiosr would opplose so
rs'asuonalble ;sresoiluionl unauunimously
adhslioptedby itie .Athletic association.
\\'lsc tiil lie nit sole againsttlitre?
Perhapslie udoes iiiotssear an athletic
buttoof wshlichi le siiuke. 'hue atli-
leic bilt tntutnotcotisisloredlin the
resiiluitionii alli.
Ouly lucople stho base tried to toutaii
1"can knowsthoswmuich it means to
the wearer, antdslhuow le appreciates any
regardl fur it. I is not only to their
iinterest but to thie beneufit of the uniiver-
sity inst to hasvc it checapeniesd. The
greater of the salue if aii "M", the
harsher mcii will scork for it, anld the
better our teamss sill lie.
Ithiink itie spirit IIIichel the reso-
lution lias seen acceptedshldti hle coot-
mended. The ones who wore them did
it thriiighi loyalty and thieiy put theis
asidle for ihe same reason. "M".
WASHTENAW
LIGHT & POWER CO
200 E. WASHIINGTON ST.
IREMOVED 8iirom t hens rhea0
208 N. Maiti,,flrst door nitisetifit post-0
alfice. Phone 341.
THE ATHENS PRSPritir.t
GEORGE BSCHOFF
FLORIST Choice Cut Flowers and
Ohapin St., betweenron etoSt. and
.L Miller Ave. 'honr 80S.
THESES S5ANiSPilL since sCOURi'vTiiiiK
DON D. WI[[IA"5IS,905 LAW
__ST ENOG0R A PHERC10
OFFICEs. 5 iLawitiiit
loiir: os 5 ritupcit itt'Stutrda y;10 tt t2
1h in .. Satarday. liesidl'ten tot01N. Statt'St.
Pone-997 C-2 Ringa. Residence, 715L
-I-I-1--- ---------.--- -I-I---------I-
S Save the Walk
Down Town
.4 WATUIlUS and JEWELRY
! R[EPAIRED
Weihave first-classwttrkimten tntuiri-
antics-itsrssork. We sel Fobs, U. of M.
+Pins and Bannera at Reduced Pricey,
Telephone 310.
I'. J. SCHILEED[, 340 S. State Street
THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
TIME~ TABLE-Takine effect Dec. 4. 1904.
Lvst No.680 6 8%a.nm. Le. No. i+- 9:0s a~m
" 2-i11:35 am. Lv. 3+It- 4:50 p.m
-4- 8:i5 p.m. Ar. 5*-30...3ta a. m
*IDaily except Sunday between Owosso and
Toledo. t Through trains daily except Suni-
day. Free chair cars on Nos. I usd 4.
J.JKIBGP.A., Aonu Arbr~u, ich.
Tuleda, Ohiu.
a
On the square
The peer of all sales, Our entire stock of suits and over-
coats now on sale at Otne-fourthi off
$25 suits or overcoats at $18.75 $15ous or overcoats at $11.25
$20 suits or overcoats at 15.00 $1 2 suits or overcoats at 9.00
Xt8 suits or overcoats at 13.50 $io suits or overcoats at 7.50
Every suit and overcoat new and this season's make, all
up to-date styles and at seventy-five cents on the dollar.
U. of M. Calendars given away free with"
every $1.00 purchase or over.
,sD',.NeW FlwnaS Wadlia ms .C0"
tot door north of State Savings Bank. t2i-3 S. Main Street
AR NVERUR SOL "Q D-GOOD YE Z AR'S.DRUG STORE

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