THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
IAs we have too large a
stock of fancy
S SIIINGiS AND
I IROUS[RIN S
on hand we will sell
them at reduced prices
Sto mnake room for or
I Spring and Summine r
Woolens. Be snre and
call in before yon place*
yonr ordero.4 4j4 T
G. HI, WILD & G0.,l
j0 lEl . WASHIINGTON STREET.
THE GREAAT GAME
DEROT,16 oowad veu
T~arrilan Vce Pr s. .J rtzate r
Officee 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. resi-
dents 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314.
Ambulance on call.
THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY
Etered as scondclass mtte at the Ann
Arbr Post Office
Pulihekd daily (Mndy eceptelo during he1
colege year, at 117 . Wshingon street,I
(basem~etflos, side entrace Phone SS-rC
S. EMORY TOMASON
OSCOE B. HUSTON
Ahleties. - - OBET Ko. WATON
Aes,- - - - -3.S. BAE
(lifford Sesesn, IRoy ecbles,
A.M. Gra-er, Hlenry.Erwn
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer.
Josepil Y. lere, Stoddard S. More.
Ida M. Bronrigg. 1. Waite .Jayne.
eo. A. Osorn. Harold C. Smith.
lrry I. Adrews. Alred I. och.
Editor Tday-J. Y. KERR.
5ll,ecipios Too Ollr or ear, payleis
aicolie. If selliaqaca afer No. 1. 13$2.0
Ofice Hr:-1230 the1.00 ad 630 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROCOR B. BUSTON, Busness an-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Janualry 22-Inter Dept. Debate, Wis-
consi-Mihganl Sris, Cnivrsi-
JanIuary os-. M. C. A. Social.
Janulary 21 ilustrated lecturo y
P'rofesor Van yne on "A Canoe
pfil he iDtanbe," in Mse~m
Januoary 24-AdlesoIby IC. S. Coper
ini eoMillan Hall.
Janulary 25-S. L. A. Lecture on
[deals," y Lyman Abot.
Tile awful holoast in Chcag,
d1urin1 the holiays, direced the
thoughlts 0of many uotht~lO e cndition
(f Universiy Hall repetiE facili-
tills for escapie in ase of fire. uring
S. L. A. leture and Choral tnion
conocers Ie 11011 is generally well-fill-
ed- rhe only effective methods oofx
it for these cowsl are the inside
stairs, 01111the 1r00 step leading
down from outllsie. In ase of a fire,
hiere arth(111r exisopenlJ~ing up1o0
lhe sloing irnh rolf ht nnelaing
1o fire escapes.
These e5110 areOy tillmHansO suffi
ci1111 for ire emtergecy. By slight
exesos, roll fire esae oul11111be
con~srulct elf1(1m1widws Owhich nw
lose small irnllbalois on the out-
side. A railig col e pt 111 the
edige of the slinllg roof so that per
s1111 escaping Iby that means would
1100 he111 11011er (of talling 11ff. By
11100s 0101111leIprcatinls, University
Halold1b(1e)1red~(re very safe.
11110uit, lquetinIlnaurally ariss
as to 111e dan0ger (It fire or fire ani.
It 1111st 11e'coceed that this is very
slight. There it o01 fire in the build-
log; 1111flimsy ceery In ignite qic-
ly; n011le1crial laparatusexcept the
lighting ysteml; in fact a fire ii ni-
Neserheless, tisiomcIparaiv im
mul~niy of(hIe hililg fromn danger o
ire shouldllnIot Ieruaethe Univerel-
ty authorliies 1t1 neglect to ake pro
catioary meRtodsll. However mutt
thela1c (f danger may rest tie fears
it is nosuiclietito10jstify ngligelc
in1 pidlinllg for an emergency.
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
Captain Blair of the Chieago track
team, has had groat difficulty in keep.-
log the track squad rooming in
Hitcheock Hall from smoking and
otherwise breaking training.
The Inter-fraternity Howling League
at Chicago is now in perfeet organi-
zation and the schedule of games will
soon be run off at the Reynolds Club.
The Choral Union at the Universi-
ty of Wisconsin successfully rendered
the "Messiah' recently.
Illinois and Wisconsin have patchsed-
ulp their long standing difficulty in a
manner satisfactory to both. The
disputed $130 gate receipts was given
Go the Purdue Memorial Gymnasium
The medical department of tho Uni-
versity of Indiana is considering the
manufacture of anti-toxin for the pen-
pie of Indiana. This step is consid-
ered on account of the increased
p~rice of anti-toxin dule tol Ike lrustl
in this medicine as a cure for diphi-
At Brown University the exchang-s
ing oh photographs by the members
of the Senlior class is an old estab-!
Regular semester examinations are
held from 8 to 10 p. m. at Cornell.
From the Northwestern:
Ouitlines of the
Law ot Baiflents
By Edwin C. Goddard.
aitinli incip c.. oI the subject in
an orderly and conlsecultive for1i
subt as I as0( whle.
Walir's Book Stores.
y Evanston merchants have flocked. ii fiii®if~~f
to the aid of Cupid with a most lkb- C.E BAtILL *
eral offer of household goods to the C.E A tI L
co-ed who will be the first to win -a A( j(
hsusband on her own proposal, while La I eia1
JsieByrnotobawtb-;hind the vendors o merchandise, hae .t
offered his services free in tying the Books
Hero is a list of what the lu~cky
maid will get: Nolrshl' Irvt opitos
Cook stove, set of chairs, bedroom 1Vo"".".".. ......"".(0
suite, barrel of flour, beef roast. 111i1l NwtseyCo.~ aio
The offer in bona fideand was made Wiltus, nieds 111 See1Cr
poratl 1111 Isolume ...
in the presence of a justice. Golddard's011u111ne111111talents - 11
The only eonditions imposed by Ton Hoist's 0111s11i1ut11o1a1l1and
Po~loitialostory o101e U.S.,1
the donors is that the co-ed convince i oe~lsformrl sl d 1111 10"A111
them that she has actually done the now..1111 .. .. 12110o
a irodse ye-s Abblot-'s It of
proposing unaided. Ionveyncileol ...I 5 0
An Evanston young man, anxious Joneos Ibrmof C1 oneycy- ,
to win the price applied to the city ! VI°... ".1 .1 )11
Cooley 's Ct11115111111 111111
clerk yesterday morning for a license t111111151 llade 11 one'sIEd
but as the girl that popped Otis quro- jsot ublrled ls) u111 s0(
lion is not in the college he is barreod hllbshfield ll 111110111 111 Juries
from the contest. 11I~alis Negoallo 111010ews
2-l.. s 1903..0 ..1... °0
10 1ess10k) e a d lre 11 0
Tile trip of the Musical Clubs at Le- MarCm erc00 ial Papers1101 ol
land Stanford ended with a deficit of th~ers 1-10 00 350 1 r hi
$1,000.00. llei« lsork} . ...1.1.11 ...1 0
The latest announcement of the Statate.s, ccooe s, 1)10111101(011s
fortial opening of. the gymnasium at etc. e
the University of Chicagoo sets the C E BARTHTELL
date on Jan. 29. I
______________LAW AND D ICAL BOOKS
*326 S. Slate St. Second Floor.
(Continued from page one.) ANN ARBOR, MICH,.
some villages have become members, iN fff iiii~ii
and the number has been notably in--
creased during the past six months. ________________
To secure membership all that is nece '
essary is to make application accomt--
panied by the annual fee, which isl A stiff uppCr lip"
for villages, $3.00; for cties ulnder is sotee Lnd r-
10,0011 population, $10.00; for cities -
over-50,000 and less than 25,1011 pop- freshed by W~llitamsl'
lilatin. 25.00; for cities over 25,0010 Shaving Stick.
and under 50,0)00 population, $30.001;
and for cities over 50,000 populationl.
a THE STUDEINTS' [[CTURE ASSOCIATION
"1Ondanj [veninDqJan. 25'
Single Admission, 50c, Season Tickets, - $1.00
~~THNUT HEATxk L$&
-DICAN M. .5ISBOILT, MaLnager "
MONDAY, JANUARY 25.
IlN PAUL BETBE'S DRAMA
(English Adaption by Wmn. Winter)
PRICES Lower loor, $1.0
rRICES Gallery, 50c-a
HEiNRY &KYRMEiRCHANT TAILORS, N.UNIVERSITY AVE.