THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
As we have too lrge a
stock of fancy
I UILTINGS AND
op hand we will sell
to make room for or
Spring and S uomme r
"Woolens. Be sre and
call in efore yon place
G. HI. WILD & CO,
100 E. WAHINGTON ISTREET.
TMH-EGREAT G A M
E0X VI RYO,.J. ,F
DETROIT, 160 Woodward Avenue
ANNS ARBOR, 320 So. State Street
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Capital Stock, 05,55. Sarplus, sirsoss0.
A GENERAL BANING BUSINESS
osrescaes: Charles E. Hiscock, Prs.; W.1.
Harriman, Vice Prs.; M. J.1. lrlz. Casher.
Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phne 9. Resi-
dence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314.
Ambulance n call.
THIE MICIGAN DAILY
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Arbor Post Office.
Published doily (Mondaycoxcepted) during the
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A. C. Pound. A. iH. Ortmseye.
Joseph Y. Kerr. Stoddard S. More.
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technical, and should cover the sub-
jects in their general aspects. This
the Univeroity of Michigan has hap-
pily accomplished by adding is sum-
mer school, which is essentially prac-
tical and popular. It affords to students
an opportunity to acquire a practical
knowledge on varios practicai topics
without the preliminary education re-
quired by the regular course. Mr. Do
Boer's paper io particularly interest-
ing as an indication of the growth of
instruction on insurance in our load-
ing colleges and universities."
The friendly relations of the two
lending slate universities of the West
was never more delicately illustrated
than by the resolutions of condolence
received from the Wisconsin foo~tball
players on the death of Cecil Good-
log. This tribute to one of Michigan's
sons cannot fail to be a lasting bond
of sympathy between these two great
Michigan's latest attempt to corner
the mystery market has reoulted in a
dismal failure. Alreadty had the zeal-
ntis correspondents discovered the to.
noantic featuores of an eloipement only
too have their fond hopes blasted toy
the iniconsiderate appearance of thte
LOST STUDENT FOUND.
Noris Morton, the tUniversity soph-
omore who caused his parents and
landlady considerabte apprehension
duiring the holidays toy suddenty dis-
Law o1 Bailflnents
By Edwin C. Goddard.
The Ot)ine-s -taite the found-
ation principles ot the sutbject in
an orderly and consecutive form
in order thait the student may
htave as oppotlrtutnity to see the
subject as a whole.
FOiR tAtLit AT
Walir's Book Stores.
January 12-7:30. Meeting of track
team candidates in Trophy room.
January 13-Glee Cloib Concert in
Jantiary 13-5 p. mn. Lecture on "Con-
tenluetrary France-Pubtlic Admin-
istratitt," by Professtor Fairlie, in
January I.4-7::30 p. mn. Junior Lit.
banquet at Oyster Bay.
January 15-Choral Union, Kneisel
Fisrher party at Cranger's.
January 16-1:30tS t. on. Anntial meet-
ing Athletic Asotociatiton.
January 16-Comedy Club play.
In a late issue of The Indicator,
which is devoteod to the intcrests of
insurance, the editoor miakes the fol-
lowing comments on~ a paper rend at
the last International Congress of Ac-
tuaries, held it New York, and now
ptublished in a pamphlet:-
"Joseph A. Do Hoer, president ot
the Natiotnal Life of Vermontt, :tas r-
cently written a carefully prepared ar-
ticle, which has been plublish ed ini
pamphlet form, giving a review of in-
struiction given in universities anod
colleges on actuarial subjecto. The
author has appoarently taken great
ptains to secure accoirate information,
sod his article is a good resume of
what has been done. Replies to his
inquiries were received from seventy
of the tistitutionis addressed, acid op-
on these replieo his report was found-
ed. Me found that certain is.stitutiois
report no courses of instruction, no
special lecttires, and make u cs mention
in regard to actuarial subjects of any
kind. Others ,report 'special lectures
by experts,,while some report full
courses. Chief among the latter is
the University of Michigan, which Mr.
De Boor compliments by saying that
this institution has instituted the
most comprehensive outline of courses
alougd actuarial lines yet adopted by
any university or college. Mr. De
Boor is of the opinion that college
courses should he rather popular than
Tina. The news came to Anns Arbor N ® O N + A
in the form of a telegram from Mlor- C. E. BA RTH EJOL
ton's brother in Fort Snmith, Art., tot
the youtng man's landlady. Mrs. tGtth-
rie, 1.110 Willard street. A lette'r has Law aild Ml dic
alsot been received bty 00110ot his cotl
ego frienids saying he will rcturnt too
Ann Arbor.iBo s
Motnhsbe asdcnieable annoyance by a frozen andl bruised
foot, antd at the time htoeftitwas a i irsias t i t opoaios
semi-invalid. He had announctd his 0 14o -..........sl0
intentiotn of going tooCiag urn I ,t- - - - - -
the holidays, butt whlen the Chicago Wit;;u-, Uito-o Stotes Stetl'Cor-
student he had intendled too visit cc- OGoddaorod's Otoits, of ilitnts 00 e
tuirnedl last week with the reptort that VoNo's lost' oustitutlionaol and
Morton haod not put in ano applerance, v'olumes, Ioforry oldooatx.00
his friends became witrried. He le r oot.......- ..f.r ....e .....oto ... 1 200
- lr dso-yes-'A hOotot's Worm-, of
his room in the afternoton of Dee. 19 C oor~ool '"al)Iiio VoIlot -.O...t 000
toi go to the library, returned about 6t lotos' Fsorms of 10Cionveyoicur"', l
oclotck antI an hour later wvent awvay Vlot- - - - - -.. . 600
C ooltey's t'oostittooootLosito -
againi, this time boundl for his "mys- Litonoos, 1 Vol"Its dc JooLose's Edt.
terioutsodisappearonce. jus'topui'shed0 0'Is ot. it: o0
Vols... 1000- - - 18 00
TELEGRAM. Danilts Negotoiahte Instrumentrss.
Edwin J. Kinne, presiodent'of the ! M lasters'Relaro ancsod Irrego:-
Junioor Literary Class rectived a tel- lt otmoosrciao Pap00es, 1iNvt.
(otOers cbhrgo $1.510 foi- thi-.
egram yesterday morning annouoncing! wor01:- - - - -100
the death of his father. Ilti I o;-,ol let"s outineis and
--__l____t id ...t- ..--.-....ie 0
NOTICE. Saues Qiz3,Ditoais
Basket-bali Committee metting C.E B R H L
Tulesday, January 12th, at 5:411p. in. C H AR HE L
Come without fail. Important! LAW ASD MEDICAL DOORS
WOA' EGE3265S State It. Secnnd Flour.
WOMANS LEGUE.ASS ARBOR, SlICE.
Miss Mary Farnsworth will be at *e ~ o ~ ~ ~~* e
Barbour gymnasium frbbm 9:3t0 to 10
to meet the women on Leogue buisi-
All Indcpendents who expect to at-"
tend the Junior Mop are requested to
meet in Room C, Wednesolay after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock.
Independent Member of "J"-_Hop
Yv to iir face will be
fair ii Y-ott usCWil-
liams' Shaving Stick.
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~Single Admission, 50c, Season Tickets, - 01.0O0
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MONDAY lJEAN.-T ndA r
and TUESDAY, ji-~.I ~l&1
THE EVENT OF THE SEASONj
THE INNOCENT MAIDS
An organization composed of Thirty A .4 jc
BURLESQUE and VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
PRETTY GIRLS A., FUNNY COMEDIANS A~ CATCHY
MUSIC A tELABORATE -COSTUMES A tGORGEOUS2
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