THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
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TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
THE MICHIGAN DAILY TREASURER'S REPORT.
Report of the treasurer of the U.
Eotered as second-class mattee at the Ann of M. Athletic Association at its an-
Arhsr Past Office. nual meeing, Jan. 1.6, 19114.
Psblished daily (Mondaycexcepetd)aring the Bal. Jan. 17, 1903.... $149 56
csllege year, at 117 E. Washington strenot, Receipts Jan. 17, 1903 ts: Jan.
(basem~ent flear, slde entrance) Phsnc 810-3re 16 1904 . ......51,14 99
S. EMORY THOMASON Total. . . $51,683 55
BUSINESS MANAGER: Expend. from Jan. 17, '03 to
IOSCOE 13. IRUSTON Jan. 16, '04.....$45,363 67
Bal. on hand Jan. 16, '04.... 6319 88
Alileleca - - - OBErrRT. WALTONS ''1ual.......... $51683 55
Nsa:w, -- - - - J. S. RLsE Of thcse expendlires $20,000 has
Ulilt,:ed Stevenso,', RoSly Peebles, Seen set aside for a wall around Fer-'
A. M. Gracer, henry P. Erwin ry Field.
A. Ct Psand. A. 11. Ortmeyer. Respectfully submitted,
Jo:seph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. Mare. GEORGE P. SWEET,
1I1a M. lirsesriga. 1. Waite Jaynle. Treasurer.
Gos. A. Osborn. lHaro~ld C'. Smith.__________
Barry 11. Andrewsa. Alfred IB. soch. MICHIGAN ATHLETIC ASS'N.
Edilr lhayHAROD C SMTH. Report of Financial Secretary.
Edito toby-HARLD C SMI H al. on hand Jan. 17, 1903 $584 56
Sasscieioa1's dos er ca, pssicOsBaseball recleipts.....2,497 951
asicvace. If delitalarutl sfte Yoc. 1.1,903,$23.5 Football receipts ........38,080 28
-General receipts........... 8,453 93
Office Soars:--12:30 to 1:30 andl 6:30 to 7:30 interscholastic receipts ... 8 33
p. m0. Daily. Track and Tennis receipts.. 1,958 20
Address-ROSCOE D. StUSTUN, Business Man- Credited at Sav. Bank...4,000 00!
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, a6l. Tl. . $1172
Baseball expendiitures..$3,156 10
u~oN ee Football expenditurcs..13,953 7i
General expenses. . . 821,1(8
Intecrschsolastic expe'nscs .. 1253 1
CALENDAR. Track and Tennis expeid.. 2.1)95352
January 17-7:30. Wesleyan Guild Ferry Field expenld...1731 69
lecture by Professor Tucker of Office expcnditures.... 953 28
Dartmouth College. Fond for waal Fcrry Field. . 30,01)1) (1
__________D eposit in Sav. Hank...4,000 00
NOTICE-DAILY BOARD. Sal. un hand Jan. 16, 19(04.. 6:319 8
Sitting for Michiganensian picture, Tsta
Saturday, January 16, 11 a. mn. at la ....... .$31147 35,:
itentsclhler's. 71.77. Respec'tfully subit~ited, Jan. 16. '0.
The recen:t gift o:f thse Hon. Arthu~r
Hill of Saginaw to: thc Fo:rcstry He-
part ment of 911 acres :it lanid will iplace
the SIUniersity if Michigan: is a psosi-
in this essenltially practlical branch
if Unieersity woirk:. T1he prisperty is
west o:f Ann Arbior andlincluides (lie
third Sister Lake. On :this Eroutnld
the Forestry :Dep:artment intendito:
carry o~n practical fo:restry operationsl.
This Elf t means nmtch to: 1k: tiiver-
siyt aill to the State; withioct such a
forest reoerve experimeintal won:kiil
She st anding timbetsr wouldl be'praoti-
cally impsossibsle, anid consenquenly
Michigan couldS:not.SIraint: anmlng the
fo:rem~ost Forestry scoollso cf th~e
coun::try. Now, hlowever, will:htthe in-
creased eqiplmeintgradutates frosm the
Forestry Department will be able 1to
go out~ in thc eihiga woods callable
of meeting successfully all the com-
plex 1wrlblemo which confront the
moderns scientific woodnman.
ALICE FREEMAN PALMER.
Almost everybody at the Sniversity
surely every Miichigan woman, linows
of the life aisdl work of Mrs. Alice
Freeianai Palmer, one of th~e first wo-
men radluates of thceIUniversity of
Mlichigan. Very few people, hoswever,
know much osf her inner life, In th~e
num:ber of She OutlookE for January,
1904, is an article writtenl Sy George
14. Palmer, Mrs. Alice Palmer's hus-
band, whbich glees a little insight in:to
this wosnderfu:l womlanas broald,sleep
character. The article is eiititled,
"Some Religiosis Verse of Alice Free-
man Palmer,' and with the article,
sme verses of hers, known by very
few to: have existesd, are psublished
fssr the first time.
Every year at abosut th~is tinm-, the
rishsl for reserved seals for thse May
Festival Concerts takes sdare. 'This
year, Frisday night, was the time sc-
lected fosr the rsush. Evory year, at
the lime when th~e ccold iso moot iin-j
teisse aind as night, when the raw
air is most lkeen, three thouisanid, oitd,
studtents 55nd townspeople rusoh frsom
the concert ball, many sit them ds-o
tiurbing the audiee by leaving lie-
fssre the lasti sumber is compls-ted is '
srder tos get places, a51d lin:etip outS-
side the Schssol of Mutsic tss wait their,
turs, Deep in sow they stantS, soes
times half thse night, waiting for that
torn Is: come, as a geintleman Friday
night expsressehd it, "just fssr the sakc
of singing a good deep bass th~e next,
That plan may be all vcry well for
men, although 1 docibt very much if
they like it, but it is simply impossi-
ble for a girl to ine tp for two or
three hours at n:ight, in tile coldS, and
in the molb that gathers arotusd tile
Mdusic School. Some of She girls have
boy acqu~aintances, stf course, wh~ont
they may beg tisussffer martyrdonm
for them. That is all very well, too,
for anyone who cares to feel under
a loasd of obligation. But1fcor thtsse
who sdc not care to doso5, or who have
uss accommsdating acquiaintances to
ask, what can bse done? tUnsdtr ex-
isting circsunstances th~ey nagy staind
up at th~e May Festival Concerts.
It seems that something might bse
done, some plai: might be formed a
little musre rational than the present
ssne. The rush is over for Ibis year,
(Continued on page 3.)
Outlines of the
Law o Ballmelts
S By Edwin C. Goddard.
Otc5utiesvstate thes fosnd-
ationopinlcipes othe subject in
an odeilvy ad consecutve form
in sid 5t1:hat the stdeit nay
have 511 opposrtnty ts see the
subiject as a wshole.
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Single .Admission, 50c. Seasono Tickets, - $1,00
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 19. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 20.
AN EVENT 01' EXCEPTIONAL [[PIER WALTERS
A Great Musical Treat. First Presents th~e Big Dosciriptive
Appearance in Ann Arbor. Character Play
ROSE CECELIA SUHAY
ENGLISHE GRAND OPERA A THOROUGHBRED
Sixty People in a Grand Scenie TRAMP,
Production of Half c's
PLENTY OP SPECIALTIES.
The Bohemian Girl, Several Ne0w Jokes of Recent Vintage!
Full orchestra under the direc- A Gold Mine of Laughter With a
lion of Signor Carl Nicosia. Thread of Silver Sentiment.
Prices: 50c, 75c, $1.00, $ 1.50. Prices:, 15c, 25c, 35c,; 50c.
Seat Sale, Monday 9 a. m.
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