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January 26, 1904 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1904-01-26

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

SReduction "
s Sale
As we have too large a
Y stock of fancy =l
SUITIINGS AND
* TROlSERINGS
Z onl hand we will sellZ
" them at reduced lprices Y
j to make room for our ±
Z Spring and Snu in inc r
Woolens. Be sre and
call in efore you pl1acc
Y your order.,A 4 ,A A
Y
SG. H. WILD & CO.,
108, E. WASHINfGTON STREET.4
THE GREAT GAME
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dence 302 S. 5th Ae. Phone 314.
Amulane on call.

THiE MICH-IGAN DAILY other things being equal io on mueh ~
-more valuable to his paper than a re-,
Rntered as second-class matte at cteAnsnA i
Arbor Post Office. porter without that acquaintance and 'i "A~
Poblished daily (Meonday escepted) during the conindence, that their, values cannot 1,
collete year, at 117 E. Washngton street, be compared. The mechanical par t 4)of
(basement floer, side entrance) Phose 801-Sr newspaper-making, also can he learn- Shirs, - >cc}Coto.Sv-
MANAGING EDITOR: ed best, if nut exclusively, by doing 1es klo- ~ac &wite, S0c
S. R 0EV THOMASON the actual work. The school moist shi . utint (,fll ifb
BUSINESS MANAGER: Itei ah
ROSCOE uB.ItUSTON have a newspaper of its own. It ci.. 1
EDTR:must have it even though a real news- Pans. i. teo - 3 Ii ,t - t6 e
IAihletic, - - - ROBsERTK. WALTOOS paper will iscrease she schools lroot:- lit'),to tee-, ptadeofiii11(. -t otton
Aves,- - - - - J. S. lIALEems many Cold, by involving it isn 1. a'teI -._.. I_
t Aitod SS , bOyEebes many questions from which it might. iStalJt i ~ tic ' ellppnteettWill,
A . if0 1 r d Sra c e o, R o ebes , w n b e t t e r k e e p t r e e , . T h e m e i i c a l s c h o o l 0 . - t - t i i Itp : t i e l tid( - - c
A, C'. Pound. A. IU. Ortm~eyer. has its hospital, and the law school tf, , .I :1 -ipn ,. o t h
Itisepi: V. Rerr, Stoddard S. More. ispatc ors h colo ~
IdaSt. lie-ae:: clg. 5. Waite Jayne. ispatc or's h colo e 5
(tea. A. Osborn:. liettid C. Smith. journalism must have its own sort utf '3
larry It. Andewos. Alfred IB. Kocb, laboratory. The inference isso strong ( lIdoor : mtlingsttSit-s, fileatm.-
llttia . 0 Iotoclts. from the arguments advanced, that c ,Iu3~~ ti i:ci o
fair- - ---- $2.50
Editor today-CLYDE L. DEW. we need nor be srprised at any time Cl~i i. ii~c tt~, littk t
to learn that the school has acquired I ct i-%tItie---..5Sc
Satttee~itiioii-Twontllai.s-tper scar, payabte ii
iaiieo::ee. 1]ltsaeiit ott fter iov. 1, 19n03$2.,,i its own paper upi0n which the sto- Canashoesto., itthbeir'soleso, 75
det ilget their training. It may ati- 10
Office Boues: -12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30Oeta h tdns al ilsrv hmi uhr e ar -5
p. m. Daily. b htthStdnt'diywilereEAt.Pi t-sTER-Stli
Address-ROSCOSE S. BUSTON, Business Slat-I at first as the laboratory. of the school IWATR
ager,331 aulcao Steet. of journalism, but if the -school is to tttoln is-tliti.etl,$
Telesline, ~l.reach ito ideal, it must have a muh uttei ttotis, Graiff &. lit' .$5.50
-, 00oeelaboratelplant to workowith
"N BCthan a mierely college piaper. Walr'sO BokStrs
CALENDAR. , Then recent performance of the
Comedy Clu:b seems 10 have stimiolat-
January 27-8 p. m. Illustrated lec-
ture by Professor Russell on "The e ihrouhadititrs i
Recent Volcanic Eruptions in Mar- the fieldi of dreamatic art. Stoudents.*44444444~4*e
tenique and St. Vincent," Moseum attending the play at the Athens thea E
1 I lecture room. tee last night were surprisedl and de D0- ~
Januatry 27-otncert by Farland at the lighted to' behold nit leos th~an tocnty
School of Music. !
January 27 -4 p. m. Stodents' meet- rfamiliar faces ine the casic.me ,
lug ittfbiluostohical Society, is alrr 3trc.trc11
Ihoon: 21, University Hall. DR. ABBOTT'S LECTURE. ClerStl coli4t h.1
M(-,lastttr xi is tuto1'Niii 0
Janurary 29-L~ecture toy Judge Dono- _York* 5 .StteBn ep l
van on "Lincoln as a Geniuis." v(Continued from page0 onesratel
Janulary 29-Senior SLt, class dance. c rl1 l ar rrocrlcr rrla
only the Itossibility ot a demoicratic ' oY f relir ii' i irr to-tic<o
'T'ec neeods for courses in journal- En-glandl and did not rest iuntil all tirpeo o< cxt~ il~t
isno at the colleges anti iniversities nien bail the ballost. Iiencoln's ideal tas i r<!ernlfontod
of this coutnry arceibeing expressed was the preservation of the U'nion i3331 is it iict i iiiott
tach day. 'Te Michigan Aloomnus in and in savinogfloe Utnion lie strooclk It tt ttilitr
the death blow to slavery. So with' TWO D O L1L A S
commolenting oo:the lproptosedlColoum- tsi1 .colty e uitnt otg
oia School of Journalism has the fol- 1 h uueb h rdtoo : k
lowing og usay: past alone. Ou~r policy with the Phil- i
"'Writers for she daily press insst ipinles sheold not be dictatedl by otorj
he able so to place their facto that irdtni-o yterfoor iil*
lie~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~n ins npr i oylegie ~ outiefuture welfare. 'The:que:st ina
rean, oat ay e aiedbyill the Panama qu~estion is not, 'Whar Mrhl
aoayrelnand also that the would ou~r presitdent's lpredecesorts coons Priviate orpora-
least liiniat may be put ou~t alto' have done ounder like circumstances, Who iltp'iftti wot-., ot r
gether iinaking up the paper. Edi- qotiraer?' hItees temexigeacyte hsttd iii i ,oititroftfw
rights of the people of Panama sotuld! 1350it u o.
veliopedilout of hand by any school of be protected after a quarter ot a u'en SI~X D O 1L LA It
jiornalism;~ the edittirial writer, above tory of revoluition andl that tho high*2
all oft the writing force if a niewspa- ways of commerce shouoldl leiopenledi0
to: the world once and for all time to1 C. E. BARTHELL
per, must have moatutrity, breadlth, come." Ir
graspi. Snotuch for ovriting inews, as __________ LAW ASP MEICfAt BOORS 9
ditntfo-ahrn t osho 3260S. State St. Second Sloor.
dii~c riogteigi.N col OFFICIAL PROGRAM ISSUED. ANABR IH
so: far has been able to train reporters I0

wonk, nouch as reporting plic occoor-
rances. First class reporters are com-
ing more and more to: be specialists,
and the' best of them have their own
personal clientage, foully as much an
the lawyers and physicians have
theirs. For example, a financial re-
piorter onice having gained the confi-
dence and friendship of the financiers
from whtom he muist gather his news,

Continued from page one,
icipal wiorks and institoutions. Ar-
rangements have been made for Ibis
trip on Satoirday, Feb. 13. E
The Mlichigan Passenger Asociatiois
has agreed tn give an excursion rate
of one and one-third fare on the cer-
tificate plan from all points of Michi-
gan except on she min~n line of the
Michigan Central railroad where the
rate is two cents a mile.j

Irritated fices scath~ed
and healed, Williams'
Shaving Stick.

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TilE STUDE)NTS' LECTUJRE ASSOCIATION
Lyman Abbott
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I .~ DI2AN M. .sI7AfGOLT, Mannnger I®
Enagment [riddy, Jan. 29 lIEmoS 4
Z GERMAN THEATRE STOCK CO.
OF CLEVELAND, OHIO4
I Presenting the Popular German Students Play 4
A U ( l A Large Cast. KBeautiful Scenesr.

I"IDEALS"9 I'
UNIVERSITY HALL,
I "oodrn [veniuxj, Jan. 251
Single .Admission, 50c, Season Tickets, - $1.00
Ne e~e*e.*******.*.***.***.*.***.~

rrices:Best Reserved Seats, 75c and 50c
Paces: Balcony, 35c. Gallery, 25c.
Seats on Sale Wednesday, 9 ~%a. m.

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TINKER.& COMPANY. FURNISHERS AND HATTERS. 334 S. STATE ST., Plione 342-2r

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