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January 10, 1904 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1904-01-10

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

N THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sig. Harris, the Minnesota quarter-
* back, has been suspendedl from col-
Enteedss second (lass matter at the Ass lege for crihhing in the examinations
flArhor foss, Office. hefore the holidays. Attiough lthe
Published daity (Mnday excepted) daring the wiltlIte allowedl to return in Fehroary,
A . cstlege .year, at 117 E. Washington street, it is said that hte wilt not return again
(abot a s e ~ e n t fl o r ,r d e t r an5 c e P h o n e f0 0 2 33 r a n d w i ll g o t o a n o t h e r ct l e g e n e x t
AseIaetle a ' S.ICOR5Y T tOMASON tatittfrJnir 2
BUSINESS MANAGER: The Woman's Athtetic Asociatios
RiOSCOE it3.IRUSTON at tChicago has ptannet a big atltetic

stork of fancy

SITINGS AND ;
S on hanil we will sell
to mnake room for our
I Spring and Su mminer
Woolenis. Be sure and
call in before you place
I your order. j4A 4A
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108 E. WASHINGTON STR[ET.
ITHOE GREAT GAMIC
"PIT"
IE~XCIT'ING F UN
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ANN ARBOR, 320 So. State Street
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2Ertislic Decorators
Specialty tne interior decorative wart:. Waltl
Paper, Paints, Oil and Glas.
Phone 237 203 E.Washington Street
01110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUM4BUS

Atletics.- - - IlOonne E. WALTN, The tennis men at Chicago wit be1
Newse,- - - - - . ' LEnY Jattle t~o have indoior practice this witn-j
ASSOCIATES:teascutarbenpuupith
Cliford Stev'ensone, Goy Peebles, 1rasctrsaeuin ottttnth
A. M. Gravecr, lenry P'. Erwie new gym.
A. C. Pouand. A. 11. Ortm~eyer.
.l::sepl: Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. 1Mo:re. Eckersall is ou:t working with thte
Ida Mi. lroasriag. I. WaY:ite Jayne. C'hicago: track team. He expects to
Geo. A. Osbo:rn. flarotd C. Smith. make uip. his bark workt in time to
ili:rry 11. And:rew:s. Atfred Bi. kHochl. Icompete in the' sring.

Editor Today-A. R. PEEBLES.
S'ubscription-Two .Dottara per year, payabletcin
advanc:e. If diein:quent after Noc. 1, 1902., $2.50

The Syractse Daity Orange is print-
edt in. a shto ownedt andt rtun by the
studtentts.

I

Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 Is 7:30 I In speaking of the baaeball candi-
p. mi. Daily. dates the Daily Maroon of Chicago
Address-ROSCOE B. HOSTOS, Business Sian-
ager, 331 Packard Street. says in part:
"Catting is also a first basenman.E
Teehse 6.Heocetipied this positio for two
a eara at Mlichigan, leatting in: tatting
uviov ;ABELboth years. He is an in:fietlter of classI
as many Chicago ieee can testify.
- His acqu~isit ion seemas to be the test
CALENDAR. t lte.
Janoary 1-9::30 a. m. Daily Bo~arttr
breakfast at Oyter Bay. 0:: accotunt ott danger frcom the ire
.Jantuary l1t-6:30. Lectu~re on "'Phi' the girls of Bryn Mawr are not altlow.
Religions of Stience" bty Dean ed to use chafing dishies, ansd fior a sim:- ;-
Vau~ghan it: McMillan Hall. filar reaasin the Wellestey girls are ftir-j
Jantuary 11-Law Social Clb danci'. bitdden to pyrotgraphl sithi ioitfits re-
Janua:ry 11--2 p. im. Opening of resid- q~uirinig lbenzine.
loggetloiti titCercle Francasa. ______-...___-
Jantuary 12-7:30. Meeting o:f track M.Anidre Michel addressetd the Cer-1
ti-am canida~ltes ini Trophiy roomit. coe Franicais in: the Sarah C'aswel An-
Januiary 1:--Iltee' tlubtiConciert, in etl] al lost:ight, takinig as his suit-'
Ypsilanlti. jet "Notre D~ame de Paris."-Niot theI
Jtanu~ary i15-'CiiraltUiin:, l:iis:'t romnc:ee tiVictor Htugo's bt ithe
Quartette. tGothic'edifiice whicht largely inspired
Fiischier ptarty' at Graniger's. it. 02. Michel spoike' ofthle develot-o
January 16-Comedy Club play. meet o~f Gothic architecture emp~hasic-
ing the role of u:tility in: the m~ethodt
It seeoms noit In be generaly tuniter- itt eonstrucrtioni ot Gotici arch-the:
sttoool amn~og thte studieont tiodty jilst.zirve tinarc-tto:taot ati51si i
why the amendlment to the constitu:- i~trirtiolfth raeialttN
tion of the Athletic Asociatit:: has tre Damie revealedl it not nierely as
bteen ptrolposedl. iThe ctiaf oii.,:culty sit artistic pitece oif work to be adl
with the preseot arrangement is that mired altogether fromo the aesthetic
the Iloard of Con:trol, consistinig of view Itoinit, bu:t alsi: as a great histor-'
five ptrofessors andi foulr stsuten:ts iral monutmett, rep~lete withsugitges-
not electedl by the Athletic Associa- tions tof the ideas oIt the "Mto:yers
titon,hilt tby the studtent boidy. AndS Age" which M0. Michel gen erously sit'
fturthermore the Hoard of Contro~l has preciates aiid atdmires. The speaker
otf late taken a liberal constrtuctio~n to totok pleasture iii recognizing the le-
the clatuse in th~e con:stitu~tioni providt- ,gitimate appoeal of medtiaeval art-
ing for the electioon of sttudent mem- that barbarii Sativage so studtiously
berns5to fill vacancies to the IBotard otf condemned by the classic cen:tuiry ot
Contrtol. In tact they hesitatedl, antdMtir adBien
finally did not accept into their menm- This incideotal defense of romanti-
bershito a man con:stittionally elected cism wvas appilatuded by a sympathet'
to that bitard. atudieoce. 02. Michel's complete anid
The otbjeot of the anmendment is t~o einthosiastic interpretatio:n of Nitre
make the Board o~f Control entirely D~ame shoold inspire his hearers with
inodependeinttot the Athletic Asocia- a keen interest in the sulbject of Goth-.
tioti. ic art antdtunquestionably recommnitd
_________________ the readitgotHiugo's "Notre Flame
de__Pris. OSP t may iiot be o~ut ot place htere to:
The ootallmenat ortweserndeprecate the lackofto courses iii the
The ootall en t Erthwsten tniversity of Michigan which shoutlid
are planning t: give aniinstrel showtrawihhro:gnstevstub
sooo tot helpo raise montoiy ::pay their t oet rt willsritshnthericastevet-
track coach. ~~ ~~~ject o rwt t itrcldvl
traco coch.opment. Stirely a subject enititled to
the same consideratioon an music anod
Becaose of the strained relations of belles lettres.
Illinois and Wisconsin, the Intercol- After his lecttire last night an in-
legiate Hoard will not make ouit the formal reception wan held for 02.
base ball schedule this year and the Michel at the residence of Profeasor
old league is broken sip. Canfield.I

Outlines of the
Law o1 Bailiments
and Carriers
By Edwin C. Goddard
The GOtlnes stte the fotnd-
ation pinciples o the subject in
an ordely and consective form
ini ooder that the student may
hive' an oportunity to see the
subject as a twhole.
$9.00
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$500
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Our window full of $7 and $8
Trouserings made to your or-
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"A stiff upper lip"
is softened and re-
fresited by Williams'
Shaving ,Stick.

THEt STUDEtNTS' L[CTUJR[ ASSOCIATION
Lymaz& n Abbott,
"I~e~3roON
UNI VERSITY HALL,
"1Ondanj tveninq, Jan. 25
iSingle Admission,, 50c, Season Tickets, - $1.00

DEAN M. 5EABOLT, Maager
MDYand TUESDAY, JAJN. ix and 12
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON
THE INOETMAIDS
An organization composed of Thirty '.1~0 0
BURLESQUE and VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS z
PRETTY GIRLS JA FUNNY COMEDIANS -A CATCHY
MUSIC AO ELABORATE COSTUMES JA GORGEOUS
SCENERY .4t SIDE SPLITTING COMEDIES t,
A Burlesque on Entirely Now and Original Lines
PRCE:50c35c N SEATS NOW SELLING
PRICES 50c 5c NOINCREASE IS PRICES FOR SIX FROST ROWS?

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