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January 27, 1904 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Reduction
Sale
As we have too large a
stock of fancy
SUITINGS AND
TROUSERINS
2 on hand we will sell
S them at reduced prices
to make room for our
Spring and Summer
Woolens. Be sure and =
call in before you place"
your order.A , .. ,AA
G. H. WILD & CO.,
108 E. WASINGTON STRET.
THE GREAT GAME
"PIT"
EXCITING FUN
FO EVERYONE
I..I
SHEE HAN'S
DETROIT, 160 Woodward Avenue
ANN ARBOR, 320 So. State Street
I I
C. h1. MAJOR E. COMPANY
Before the Junior Hop
Is a good time to deorate your frater-
nity house. Call or phone 237.
C. H. MAJOR Fn CO.
203 E. Washington St.
I0
IO DENO 1R6 odard AeInE
C . O. CI. - ... II PA

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Here is a good chance for the man
who is not built for the physical
Entered as second-class matter at the Ann
Arbor Post Office. strain of the football, baseball or
Published daily(Mondayexcepted) during the track team and cannot add glory to
college year; at 117 E. Washington street, the university through his efforts in
(basement floor, side entrance) Phone 82-3r the line of oratory. Out of some 30()0
MANAGING EDITOR : or more fellows, several good teams
S. EMORY THOMASON could undoubtedly be organized to
BUSINESS MANAGER:I
ROSCOE B. HUSTON compete with one another for the uni-
--- --- versity championship. Or perhaps
EDiTORS:
AEeITice, - - - oRonER K. WALTON we could persuade our sister univer-
News, - - - - - J. S. BALEY sities, Chicago and Wisconsin to com-
ASSOCIATES: pete with us. This might also prove
Clifford Stevenson, Roy Peebles, a
A. M.G0hraver, Henry P. Erwin a new game at which we could heat
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer. the "Giants of the North." Since
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More. whist and chess are so highly regard-
Ida M. Brownrigg. I. Waite Jayne.
Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith. ed at most of the American universi-
liarry II. Andrews. Alfred 13. Koch. ties, might we not also do well to con-
Thomas B. Roberts. sider them with the view of organiz-
Editor Today-A. M. GRAVER. ing teams?

suecriptin -Two Dollars per scar,.payableia Lyman Abbott says oratory seems
a d r 2 to be dying out in America. He could
office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30 hardly have read about the Michigan-
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOES. BUSTON, Business Man- Minnesota debate.
ager, 331 Packard Street. . 1
Telephone, 461. - GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
Wisconsin is planning a $100,000.00
u AE tchemical laboratory which will be
built soon. The college year is to
CALENDAR. close this year on June 9th, instead
of June 23.
January 27-8 p. m. Illustrated lec- At present bowling is playing a
tore by Profensor Russell on "The prominent part in the college life at j
Recent Volcanic Eruptionsin Mar- the University of Chicago. The fra-
tenique and St. Vincent," Museum ternity league is running off its sche-
lecture room. dule successfully although as yet no
January 27-Concert by Farland at the wonderful individual or team work
School of Music. has been shown. The professional
January 27-4 p. m. Students' meet- fraternities were not asked to loin the
ing of Philosophical Society, in league when it was first formed so
Room 21, University Hall. they have organized an independent
January 27-5 p. m. Lecture on "Con- league. The faculty, headed by Pres-
temporary France-Primary and ident Harper and Coach Stagg, will
Secondary Education" by Colman play a series of games with a picked
D. Frank, team from the officers of the Rey-
January 29-Lecture by Judge Dono- nold' s Club.
van on "Lincoln as a Genius." The Woman's Athletic Association
January 29-Senior Lit. class dance. held a big dinner in the Commons
January 29-8 p. m. Engineering So- recently. One young lady acted as
ciety lecture by Professor Wrent- toastmaster and many fine toasts were
more on "Remodeling Cell Blocks delivered.
at Jackson State Prison," ill dr.
Physics lecture room. Each class at Leland Stanford and
the University of California present
During the continued spell of exces- some class play during the year.
sively cold weather, in which most of
the students find it agreeable to stay The dean' of the Woman's depart-
indoors, many of the old stay-at-home mentat Northwestern University com-
plains that the students decorate their

O~rNASI1JU
GOODS""
Shirts, Sanitary Coton, Sleeve-
less, colors, black & wh ite, 50c
Shirts, cut worsted, f1ll fash-
loned, each- ------ ___-$1,15
Pants, White or Flack Silesia,
ly iront, lace k 50c
Suppor ters,omacle of Best Cotton
Flannel ---- -_ - - -- - 25e
Spale 11 Eastic Supporter with
chlatic pieces on side-_ _1 -to
Jockey Strap SI1pporter, all elas-
ti , f u ,lash ior ed, no bu e-
les ----- ------- -__ -----45c
Indoor unning Shoes, fine leath-
er. rubber tipped oles. Per
pair -- -- - - - --- $2.50
Gye Shoe.. inen tlic -i,E 1kit
teoles-.toe en-et lileling -.50cI
Canvas Shoes, rubber oeo, 75e
and- -------$1.00
Chamois Pushers per pair.-._25e
SWEATERS
Vest Collar. finest lambs wool. $5
Golf Sweater, fine worsted. Gilt
buttons, "ray & White_ $5.50
iOR SAlr AT
WalirsBook Stores.
-
Silk and Opera Hats
Ateeatsis the mt ie ompete111 in
Alm Aor, e -.o1, toelOp
very ne est stles lol{t ou
this seasoll.
Complete Outfits
for Evening Wear
Fulldresssuitstorentifyouohurry
GOODSPEED & SON
117 S. Main St. Phone 388.
I. rr

games have been revived. Games
such as whist, chess and checkers are
becoming popular again, and there are
many excellent players of each in the
university. It has been suggested
that perhaps a whist or a chess club
might be organized, to meet similar
clubs from other colleges.
Nearly all the colleges, big and
small in the East boast of whist and
chess clubs, and their tournaments
form an important part of college ac-
tivity during the winter term. Regu-
larchampionships are played off each
year, generally tri-collegiate, and the
winner holds the championship trophy
for one year. Even the old game of
checkers receives a share of attention
and among the many colleges support-
ing checker teams are Harvard and
Yale.

rooms with posters which 'fairly howl
across the room- at each other."
The Indiana Baseball team will vis-
it the World's Fair this spring. They
will play two games at the St. Louis
with the University of Washington,
May 18 and 19. The games will be
played before the World's Fair crowds
on the Olympian Field. After the two
games the team will spend two days
in sight seeing.
MISS WEED'S REPORT.
Miss Inez Weed, who held a scholar-
ship at the Chicago Commons, from
the University of Michigan, gave a
report of her work at the Commons,
in Newberry Hall Sunday afternoon.
She was greeted by a large and inter-
ested audience, and gave a detailed
report *of her investigations and ef-
forts toward educating the laboring
classes.

Don't trifle with
your faee." Use
Williams' Shaving
Stick.

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THE STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIATION

1. Hopkinson Smith
UNIVERSITY H A L L
Saturday Evening, Feb. 23

~A T HENB STHEAtRL
DEAN M. 5IABOLT, Manager
Silecial [,.J 9fO b
IEngagement fEl a I .29 ,[amous ,
GERMAN THEATRE STOCK CO. Z
OF CLEVELAND, OHIO
Presenting the Popular German Students Playj
ALT- (old') 1[IDELBERG
A Large Cast. Beautiful Scenery.
f
r s Best Reserved Seats, 75c and 50c
PriCc s. Balcony, 35c. Gallery,25c.
Seats on Sale Wednesday, 9.'a. m.
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..................................

Season Tickets, $1.00 As Single Admission, SOc

HENRY & KYER, MERCHANT TAILORS, N.UNIVERSITY AVE

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