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January 22, 1904 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Reduction
Sale
As we have too large a
stock of fancy
SUITINGS AND
T ROUSERIN GS
on hand we will sell
them at reduced prices
to make room for our
Spring and S u m m e r
Woolens. Be sure and
call in before you place
your order.A t A t ,
G. II, WILD & GO.,
108 f. WASHINGTON STREET.
THE GREAT GAME
SEXCITING I'U N
FOR E VIERYONI
SHEEHAN'S
DETROIT, 160 Woodward Avenue
ANN ARBOR, 320 So. State Street

THE MICHIGAN DAILY GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
Entered as second-class matter at the Ann Herbert Allswede, the football and
Arbor Post Otce. track man, has left college to enter
Published daily (Monday excepted) during the Into business.
college year, at 117 E. Washington street I

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(basement floor, side entrance) Phone 892-Sr
MANAGING EDITOR :
S. EMORY THOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
ROSCOE B. HUSTON
EDITORS:
Athletie, - - - ROBERT K. WALTON
ews, - - - - - J. S. BALEY
ASSOCIATES:
Clifford Stevenson, Roy Peebles,
A. M. Graver, lienry P. Erwin
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer.
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More.
Ida M. lirownrigg. I. Waite Jayne.
Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith.
Harry 11. Andrews. Alfred It. Koch.
Thomas B. Roberts.
Editor Today-S. S. MORE.
Subscription-Two Dolars per year, payable in
advance. If delinquent after Nov. 1. 1903, $2.50
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461.
CALENDAR.
January 22-Inter Dept. Debate, Wis-
consin-Michigan Series, Universi-
ty Hall.
January 22-Y. M. C. A. Social.
January 22-8 p. m. Engineering So-
ciety lecture by Mr. S. G. Barnes
on "Electrical Machinery," in
P'hysics lecture room.
Januarys23-Illustrated lecture by
Profesor Van Tyne on "A Canoe
Trip on the Danube," in Museum
leeture room.
January 24-Address by C. S. Coper
in McMillan Hall.
January 24--3 p. m. Report of work
at Chicago Commons by Miss Inez
Weed at Newbery Hall.
January 25-S. L. A. Lecture on
"Ideals," by Lyman Abbott.
January 27-8 p. m. Illustrated lec-
ture by Professor Russell on "The
Recent Volcanic Eruptionsin Mar-
tenique and St. Vincent," Museum
lecture room.
The development of several diph-
theria cases within the last few days
has caused some alarm among the
student body who fear the spread of
the contagious disease. The authori-
ties have given it out that the diph-
theria cases are isolated and are all
well under control. The greatest dan-
ger which a university of this size un-
dergoes is from the water supply. At
Michigan every care and precaution is
taken to prevent any sickness occur-
ring from the water supply. The
water is examined twice every day
at the Medical Department both chem-
ically and bacteriologically so, that
nothing is to be fearei from this
source.
The expenditure of about ten dol-
lars for a wire mesh or iron bars to be
placed over two windows at each end
of the gym. would save twice that
amount yearly in surgeon's fees.

The University of California is plan-
ning to build a large athletic field and
amphitheatre soon. A stadium simi-
lar to the one at Harvard is also plan-
ned.
The men at the University of Ne-
braska who do lots of "fussing" are
kicking on the custom of hiring hacke
for informal dances. 'So accustomed
are the young women to riding to
parties in hacks that they object to
walking even four blocks or riding on
the cars. If such a state of mind con-
tinues among the ladies, the men
threaten to boycott the parties and
dances.
At the postponed annual football
banquet for the University of Chicago
football team January 29, all the men
who have ever won their "C" are ex- I
pected to be present if in Chicago. A
large crowd is expected as the num-
ber of men entitled to "C's" is over
200. The football team will then elect
a captain for next year.
Twelve Senior Civil Engineers at
the University of Iowa are at work
on the surveying and designing of a
bridge over the Iowa river. The
bridge will be 350 feet long and com-
posed of two spans.
From the Daily Maroon of the lni-
versity of Chicago:
Death of the Track Team.
'Who killed the track team?
" "I," said the dean
"With flunks unforseen.
'I' killed the team.
Who doomed it to die?
Instructors said: ' 'We
Gave it thes'D.'
'We' doomed it to die.
Who'll be the mourner?
"I," said the student.
"The faculty wouldn't.
I'll be the mourner."
William Schnur, the star half-back
of the University of Chicago football
team will not be in college next year
as he intends engaging in business
at the end of the present college year.
The sororities at Wisconsin are
planning to regulate rushing in the
near future. This action is the re-
sult of the movement on the part
of the national councils of the sorori-
ties to secure an inter-sorority com-
pact. The following rules will be
considered by the sororities:
. Moved that a pledge iay be adopt-
ed tby the nattttnal sorttritit's in each
college where two or more of them!
exist.
2. Moved that the pledge day in
each college be fixed by the Pan-Hel-
lenic association existing there.
3. Moved that no student be asked
to join a sorority before she has ma-
triculated.
4. Moved that matriculation be de-
fined as the day of enrollment as a
student in the university or college.
NOTICE.
Members of the 1904 Lit. Football
Team meet at Randall's studio Satur-
day morning at 10:45.
COE, Manager.

GOODS *".1
Shirts, Sanitary Cotton Sleeve-
less, colors, black & white, 50c
Shirts, cut worsted, full fash-
ioned, each- ------__ ..--$1."15
Pants, White or Illack Silesia,
fly front, lace back_---_-50c
Sipporters ,umdeof il -t Cotton
Flannel _.._-- __. --_ e___25c
Spalding Elastie Supporter with
elastic pieces on side-___50c
Jockey Strap Supporter, all elas-
tic, full fashioned, no buck-
les -c
Indoor Rvuning Shoes, fine leath-
er, rubber tipped soles. Per
pair _--- - - _----- _-----$2.50
Gym Shoes, fine leather, Elkskin
'soles to prevent slipping_ _50c
Canvas Shocs, rubber soles, i'5c
andI _ - ------ -- $1.00
Chamois Pushers per pair.-_25c
SWEATERS
Vest Collar, finesttlambs wool, $5
Golf Sweater, ine worsted. Gilt
buttons. Gray & White $5.50
FOR SALE AT
W alirs Book Stores.
--'
Varsity Hat
Sal e
$3 Varsity Soft Hats $2.45
$2 Varsity Soft Hats $1.45
D ringt-is Sale YouI {reenable .
Goodspeed & Son
Phone 388.
on
Yourll'fiC Nvill be
fair it youluse W i-
hiainis' Sitai7 Stick.

C. fl. MAJOR & COMPANY
Before the Junior Hob
is a good time to decorate your frater-
nity house. Calt or phone 231.
C. H. rAJOR & CO.
203 E. Washington St.
0O110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Parltr Cars onallTrair

THE STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIATION
Lyman Abbott
ON
UNIVERSITY HALL,
I~1OndOj [venirnj, Janf. 251
Single Admission, 50. Season Tickets, - $1.00

,,THENU THEAThLE
DICAN M. $EIABOLT, Manager $
MONDAY, JANUARY 25.
Mrs. Fiske
IN PAUL HESE'S DRAMA
(English Adoption by Wm. Winter)
MARY OF
MAGDALA
PRICES: Lower Floor, $1.50
Balcony,$.04

TIKER & COMPANY. FURRISHERS AND HATTERS. 334 5. STATE ST., Phone 342-2r.

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