THE MICHIGAN DAILY.N
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THEu MICH-IGAN DAILY "stunts" will ever lose their charm
- for alumni, undergraduates, or those
Entered as second--class matcerst the Ann interested in any way in college life
Arbo Pos Offce. andI Ike enthusiasm of college men
Puhlished daily (Mondaycexcepted) during the is en invite certain ridicule. The libh
collece year, at 17 E.Wahington street, eral applause and numberless encores
(basement eaor, side entrance) Phene 892--3r with which tsar clubs wvere receivedil
MANAGING EDITOR : in Chicago, the packted holuses which
S. E:lIdY 'IIIOMASON greeted the Yale andl Cornell G1cc
BUSINESS MANAGER$: Clulbs on their trips wvould seem to
tIROSCOE B. ItC5TON - indicate ayhn that college glee clubs were,
EDIT - OR K WLTx However it is not probable that the
Acnlaet, - - - - - J. 5S.ATON Detroit alumni will receive the clubs
ASSOCIATES : ' in any less hearty manner because
Clifford Stevenson, Rosy Peebles, the Journal correapondent baa "stig-
A. 1Y. tGcaver, Henary P'. Erwin niatized" their entertainment as slow.
A. C. Psand. A. 11. Ortmeye. Moot of those who read the article
toseph; Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. Mre. swill probably smile-and telephone
Ida M.1. irswnrigg;. L Walter Jayne. for those tickets, and doubhtless some ;
Geo. A. Osborn. Hlareld C. Snmith. few will wonder what the spirit is
larry 11. Andrews. Alfred I1It loch. that actuates a correspotndent, pre- I
Editor Today--ARTHUR C. POUND, sumably having the best interests of
the Uiversity at heart, t(opuibliah
Sshbscription-'leao Dlarsiperr scar, payable is innueindoes against: an organization
adcvacc. If dlnqacnt aftere Ac'. 1, 1,903, $2.50 typical of the best in college life.
Office Hours:-t2:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 tn 7:3n IM E6 S5P
p. m. Dotty. CLIO OSP
Address-ROSCOE S. HUJSTON, Bsionemo Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street. Professor Stagg is still in New Mex-
Telephone. 461. ico and is not improving as rapidly
as he shotuld toacount of the ctold
and caw weather. He will nottble
11ck at Chicago again umtil the last
___________________________of the mnth.
Outlines of the
Law of Baihuents
By Edwin C. Goddard,
'Ike Outlines state the fouind-
aion prinepplesnof the'subject in
an ordery and consceutite form
to order tha~t the ctuldent may
haive an oppoertuinity to see the
tsuhject as a whole.
W PSORf SAtE Au'
Walr's Book Stores.
January 9-8 p. m. Lecture by Mr.
Andre Mtichel on "Notre Dame of
Paris" in Sarah Caswell Angell
January 16-Comedy Club play.
'The sitting fur the Daily Boiard pie-
tur'e has been piostponetd.
Never lee iniltile history of the
tUniversity has ait article so utterly
uncilalledI for been senit0o11 of Ann Ar-
hoc as that whitci appeared in the De-
troit Joturnal ii few days agoI uniter
the litadi of "Tirestume Glee Clit
Stnt." t'trpolrting to actitunt for thle
financial lisses tof the Muihigan Muisi-
cal Cliubs tduriingtlirt recent trip, the
writer explain', that the puiblic has
tired of the them of entertainnment
awhichi collegiate lmulsical cllubs iresenlt
that their "astunts'' are ''wuornouit,"
anid their tcuncerts wearisoime. With-
0o11 ciimment ingE luponithespiittw'hitch
tirlmplcii sitchi anl unwiarrantetd at-
tacktuon smn institultioin, vhii'h-what
ever' else it may lbe-representls the
ICniversity 1o lie best of its ability,
a brief review of the facts in qulestioni
will serve tol establith tueyondl a doubllt
lie ab~surdlity lot the poiltioii tak~en by
the Jiuurnal correspondtent..
Irtiln the lay the clitbs left Anni
Arbor till they reached C'hicagii, they
encoiuntered weather which wviitld
wreecs lie most popular comic oplera
cuimpany in tecountr'y withia
monthl. Snow andi rain anid sliushl kept
all hbut the miot liiyal alumnli in-diooirs,
and consequlently the houses were
tiiiir andi the mlanagement list moni'y.
At Chicago anti Ottawca where the
weather imnpriived, the crowdls were
larger and linoimoney 'wsas lust. Sii
mnuchlfior the financial loss -uchl as
It has neer tieen claimed for col-
lege glee clutbs that their mulsical
talent was of the highest torder, and
dioubtless better voices anid more per-
fectly trained orchestras can be heard
at mj.ny conert in the larger cities.
But to oay that college songa and
IFive resident sttidents and three j
graiduates at the U~niversity of Chica-
go were lost in the Iroquois fire. AC---
memorial service will tbe belid for * p..*O!****,g*!O*g*f! , iO
Ftuotball at Pennsylvania this year . Suitable Holiday Gults
broutin $47,810t.94, anud the expens-
es o~f the team were $22u053.99, leaving FutR
a iialance of over $25,000. Base balt
aidded $6,214.45 and track $39152. LAWYER OR STUIDENT!
A balance of $780i.3)61 is leftithIe!
treasuiry after laying all expuenses of d, .C iuluu iulsye
the teams andl a $2,500ti uefliit PIlck&s land lu 7sslstr u 0f
SllucestuCssmssn w oeumace 10
*fliresue tlsi l snl lum of
As a resu~lt of ain athletuc war al 10 lesnch anduBali, Vol ....2 4 50
the U'niversityluf lIwa a new daily is i9 lausus......... ... .. St2 0
in the fieldt tnider the name of the!9 ll cls L ussiconaruusuy, t col.. 56 i
Vonusost'us toussiuiolu, nd s~
"Otid Cold." The Daily Iowani s j l'usl usicallslucy or the C. w.,
wiirk~ing for tine man fiur atlitc tdi- ! 8 Vol'uus'lssusm..v.'a.." 12 t0t
rectiur anid the "Oli ldu" 1.it oing ' 3 vuoslumss... ...ss ..... 3 75
hi. Mhs1 lsssluie s ssf Lson
Iii t«, Iselse'. . . alt
fOue halt houir's credlit will hereafter 4hele' tea iol-iurnsa.. 800
be givemi for atienudance at Chapel at 1 ltei-'-.tuse-setu's, I vlesu ..usu- 00
Ieu-nt's Comumusessi.ar is.usuol.... 15.00
the U'nuversit y f Indiuaiia. ut sulus aLuw iCuiisvnt, l5 5ajcs
___I ussuusss' .......... 3150
The Dramatic Cliluof the t'niver~i i eiuee, t1esslusme.u.. ..... 556
CIDaiestlms(Csmun Its tiermus-
ty uof Minnesota made a ouccessfuilI tIsin aILtws, I Vol... ... 3 5t
"buarn-siuorming" tripiduuring the hli- 3Au slevs-meusuiest aLauIVul,. 6t50
* uilsaus,unitudStaistes Steel
l a y s , b ot h f r o m t h e s i c i a l a n u l f i m a n - C or'u e o r at;; is oi , e s l u miu e . . . . t 2 5
cial standpoint. 3 Law Boobs and Law Lihrarieo bnught
A young woman at Minnesluta willi
be in the race for the election to thue* C. E. BARTHELL,
Board of tiuntrtul. The wiumen are La.,w ansI Stediesul Boos-sNcmwaid
determineu tou hay' a vuuice in ath-* Second Aland
*eis 3255., Stote St. Seconad Floor. *
At Cornell the standarudthuermomii-
eters sun eke campus registered 1711
degrees below recently.
Over seventy men reported for ear-
ly baseball prectice at the University
of Illinois recently.
MIiss Nosing, Vice-President of thue
Wuuman's Leaguie, will tue at Barbour
Gynmnasiumi, Friday antI Sattlrday at
11:30i a. m. to meet the girls uon
Hot faces cooled and
STilt STUD[NTS' L[CTURE ASSOCIATIONI
Lym an Abbott !
U o rNIVERSITY HALL, _
k1ondrnj [venIinq Jan. 251
Single Admission, 50c, Season Tickets,- $1.00
..ATH EN' TH EATR JL.
DCAN M9. $I2AIOLT, M~anager
MONDAY JA ind1
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON I
THE INNO61CENT MAIDS*
An organization composed of Thirty I.5 1 I
BURLESQUE and VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
PRETTY GIRLS JA FUNNY COMEDIANS A CATCHY
MUSIC JAt ELABORATE COSTUMES As GORGEOUS
SCENERY JA~ SIDE SPLITTING COMEDIES 5t0t
A Burlesque on Entirety New ad Original Lines
PRICS: 7C 5 SEATS NOW SELLING
" 50C 5C NOINCREASE INI PRICES FOR SIX FRONT ROWS 4
HEI~NRv & KYER, MERCHANT INTAILORS, N. UNIVERSITY AV.