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Michigan Daily, 1903-10-01

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Annlouncemnent.
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of :
WOO0LENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at G. H. Wild & Co's, 108
East Washington St. Great
pains have been taken in
the selection of all suitings,
trouserings & overcoatings
for this season.
0. R, WILD CO.,
108 E. Wash. St.
= ~ Z
: SHEEHAN'S
Cheapest Place in
the City for all
Kinds of
UnlilversityI
SText-Books
a e
Agents for
Keuffel & Esser's Drawing In-
struments
terman's Ideal Fountain Pens
ITry Our
One Dollar Fountain Pens
Warranted.
SHEEHAN & CON)
Students' Book Store.
A 320 South State Street.
OAOaOOOOO...N.A.O

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered as second-class mnatter a the Ann
Arbor Post Ofice.
Puiished daily (Monby excepted dring the
colle-e year at the 'aiversity of Michigan.
MANAGING EDITOR :
S. EM ORY TDHOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
ROSCOE it .IUSTON -
EDITORS:
Arrhletis. - - -rrOBERT K. WALTON
rws, - - - - J. S. tnAEY
ASSOCIATES:
Cliford Stevenson, Maurice A Hall .
L.,1. iuschai, Roy Peebles,
A. M. Graver, Philip C. Davis,
Fran .. Clark. Geo. W. Beadle.
A. C. l>und, A. . 1Ortmeyer.
Editor today - - Roy Peebles.
Subscriptioi -To Doltars pIer year, pallable in
advance. If deiinquent after Nov. 1,1903, $2.50
Office Hours: 12:30-1:30-7:30 p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461.
Because so many of the students
seem not to understand either the use
or the management of the Athletic
Association, the Daily takes this op.
portunity to explain those matters of
doubt, and to inform the new students.
All management of the athletics of
the University is entrusted by the fac-
ulty to the Atheletic Association, un-
der the supervision of a Board of Con.
trol. This Board of Control consists
o1 five members of the faculty,appoint-
ed by the University Senate and four
students who are elected by the Ath-
letic Association. Questions of eligi.
bility of athletes to compete and to
represent the University are decided
before this board. Any student or
alumnus of the University can become
a member of the Athletic Association
upon the payment of three dollars.
The Athletic Association tickets are
for sale by some of the students or
can be procured at Meyer's News.
stand. If the tickets are bought from
student's, the name of the owner
should be written on them in ink, and
then they should be taken to Meyer's
News-stand and the name of the own.
er, his department and class, regis-
tered opposite the number of the tick-
et in the registration book. Then
theyr will prnch the ticket and give its
sfir ' - at, etre Association pin.
The benefits to the students coming
from membership in the Association
are almost too numerous to mention
here. Briefly stated some of them are
to be found below.
Members of the Athletic Associa.
tion can buy season tickets to the
games at greatly reduced rates. For
instance, season tickets admitting to
six football games can be bought for
a dollar and a half, while to those not
members, the cost would be three dol-
lars. The same reduction is made for

baseball, and it is readily seen that in
the end it is a money-saving scheme
to be a member of -the Association.
Again, only members are permitted
to use the tennis courts. And then no
one will deny that there is a distinc-
tion in wearing one of the Athletic
Association pins. Everyone has no
ticed the little yellow pins, shaped like
a football, with the 'Varsity block
M" in dark blue., the whole carrying
oit in the University athletic colors.
The Athletic Association really does:
a great deal to foster athletics and
college spirit. In the eastern colleges
it is a sacred duty when three or more
men get together to give the yell,
just to show their college spirit, but
at Michigan the students have always
showed t-heir loyalty in a more mate-
rial way; by supporting athletics
What better way than to support the
Athletic Association? It helps you to
know men outside of your own de-
partment; it puts you in touch with
loyal collegians and alumni; it main-
tains the good and wide reputation of
your University among others.
This year, the more, the Association
needs the support of everyone of the
students because the forme;- custom
of obtaining subscriptions from the
business men, the fraternities and sor-
orities has been abandoned, and they
depend almost entirely upon the sale
of tickets to pay expenses.
The officers of the Athletic Associa-
tion are. Earle Potter, baseball man-
ager; George P. Sweet, treasurer;
Ralph W. McMullen, financial secre-
tary; Thomas B. Roberts, football
manager; H. T. Danforth, track and
tennis manager; James S. Carpenter,
interscholastic manager.
The officers of the Board of Control
are:
Prof. A. H. Pattengill, chairman;
Judge V. H. Lane, Dr. N. E. Hoff, Dr.
H. C. Sadler, Prof. E. W. Dow, Charles
E. Dvorak, Herbert S. Graver, Charles
1'. Sturgeon, Albert E. Herrnstein.
Albert E. Herrnstein.
Graduate Director, Charles Baird.
,Captains of the teams-Curtis G.
Redden, football captain; Curtis G.
Redden, baseball captain; Nelson A.
Kellogg, track captain; Walter C. Lee,
tennis captain.
ALL-FRESH TEAM.
There were about twenty men out
at Ferry Field last evening trying for
the All-Fresh team. Coach Johnson
says there is very promising material,
especially Workman, of Chicago; Kir-
by, of Galesburg; and Thomson, of
Grand Rapids.
If you value your
face, don't experiment
with Shaving Soap.
Use Williams' Shaving
Stick.

Your Entire Needs in
SLaw, M~edical aild2
S all University
2 Text-Books. I
-
New and Second-Hand.
.
. *
SDrafting Instrumlents and :
.a
S Engineering Supplies
A Specialty. 2
ZThe Right Prices Always.
9 2
2 Bought aSoda
* BOOK STORES,
® UP TOWN DOWN TOWN.
® University Books.f
. LAW DEPARTMENT.
FIRST YEAR.
Ansoron ti t ts ..' ........- is $350
a u treut C GOs ss ils si' s o
S 0ontracs ... 4,00
a lnacksiors ssv n aes rs .
Dwyer &arrah s gases rn Mari-
' Burdik's Cases orals.. . 50
"o seyonaT rts ... .. 5.0
SECOND YEAR
liuiTeut's Nesostable Instruments 4.00
Pcrry 'sCo onr LawPleadin...3.50
Irlins & Bui errir's Cae Oi
si yJsriopiisirei ..' . 4.00
7 ' si t05nP i'rper'cy,"0515 5.50
irus' 5Corprratios _'! s. 9.0i0s ii
Me( hem's l3leam nts of' 1a Ine rship 2.00
a li h ers's FC-itesio t eshp ,sr
Goddrd 'sOutlins and ase o'
. tailments and Carrirs.'s Si
Dsh Cases Commnon Law Plead-
THIRD YEAR.
Cooley's Prin. of Constitutional
a o Ps Ca'rtsses tsitrtiissssLaw.i 2.0I
litlhins & r unker',s Cases on
* gilvrtisJroissirhdilysl .4 00
a lttsssirysl rsst Vol..i.0
ae Csoiri aen
. national jLaW........ ..... 50
e es Pbic O ies ..30
a C. E. BARTHELL,
SLaw and Medical Books-New and
Second -!and.
* 325S.State St. Second Floor.
* S. .O.OO. O

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2 Single Admission $1.00 Tickets, Entire Course $2.00 Z
An Essential Part of your College Equipment is a I
S tudeiits' Lecture Associatiolln
Ticket.
The Association sells tickets, not to "make money," but to
be able to bring to the University of Michigan the gr eatest ora- e
tors, lecturers and entertainers of the world. All money is re-
turned to the student in the form of lectures.
OPENING NUMBER _
2 2
fJAMES WHITCOMB RILEY
OCTOBER 10, 1903 0

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f oN NN®O N O N oosooooooeomsw s .ss s .. .

DEAN M. 5EABOLT, Mahager

IN

Mr. Porter J. White
Presents his Stupendous and Magnificent
Production of GOETHE'S
"FAUST"
With Startling Electrical Effects.
Mephisto shows Faust the Vision of Marguerite in "Faust," and he
accepts the forfeit and signs the bond. The Duel of Death-Mephisto
kills Valentine with the electric sword. "FAUST," the acme of stage
realism, The most complete theatrical production ever presented in
this city,
. Matinee, Children - - 15c; Adults 25c
Evening - - 25c, 35c, 50c 75c
POSITIVELY NO HIGHER.
Week of Oct. 5, Tom flarks' Co.

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WAGNER & COMPANY
-ARE iH1ADQtARiTERO FOR--
Nobby Hats, Swell, Shirts, and Imported Novelties in Neck
Dressings.
Fall WAGNER & CO.Fall
Derbyv Some Agents tsr lHawes $3.00 tints. 123 S. Mnin St. '' Alpine~

TINKER & COMPANY. FURNISHERS AND HATTERS. 334S STATE ST Phone 461

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