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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
This sage i osstie I.CtOT ING REDUCED PRICES INME'FUNSIG
INVENT"ORtY MR OD SALE HART. S]COOSRHAFNRteE'SFRISIG
All 24 cin tie mnth f~taarwewll ~ ~ tDress and Street Gloves, Bath Robes, Dress and
Fancy Shirts, Hosiery and Late Styles in Neckwear
All $18 and $20 sitsanfiorsiat 200 ITad SSanod Overcoato at....15 00 The Clothiesr {t ALL REDUCED IN PRICE DURING JANUARY
SAll 115 Sis and Overcoats at. .. .... 12 0 t50 2
Bath Robes a.t Cost .17 Soth Main street.MCK&COPAY
4d~etrr~~ntctMACK & CQtn..4.i Y

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VHOTOGRAP ER
12 r -. Washington St.
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® Established 1881 1i06 Horon Street, Ean
* BVR.CHfIrELD'S FINE T.AILORING TRADE
We are prepared this season ,to meet every demand, as
we have increased the number of workmen. As uoual a
A we have & be Flrest LlIreof Woolerts in the A
O city. Art and Skiil will predominate in our work as in x
* the past. We respectfully invite your enquiry.
I S. W. BURCHFIELD

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®YUSTEBIL )A Y IANOSI!ZRIIZR, Caterer, SOUTH2STT ST.
CATERING CO. -------
____________ CHICAGO LETTER. j A HISTORICAL GUIDE.
I (Continued from page one.) The Carnegie tnstitution of Wash-
ington, D. C., is issuing an No. 1 of
moot ini fielding is already tube noted. the Papers of the Bureau of Histori-
C Fso that nobolting boo been lone, of the Government of the United
AND B A N Q V E T Be el, second-baseman on last Staten in Washington," by Claude Hal-
W H A L L !W~ year's 'Varsity team, got info a uni- tead Van Tyne, now assintant profes-
form last Friday. Jette Harper, soe of American history in the Unoiver-
brother to last year's captain, has sity of Michigan, and Waldo Gifford
beeni diing abtout the host fielding so Leland, a graduate student of Har-
Specnas Dimmr.s 12 to 1:30 ta. Abbott, second itaseman 00 yard University. In the past, scholars
M P. M. Dally, 35 cerits 34 Hyde Park's champiitn team, is also interested in American history have
________________________ showing sip well. The tackt of a first- had no meano of knowing julst what
ForLades .,~d eazlemrm class backsto continutes to be the material cosuld be found in the great
F'o.Lades a.~dGeoternern most apparent weakness, non new men mass at Washington, and no means of
315 S. State St. Phors. 467 having tried out for this position. kinowing how directly to get at it,

zMoney Loaned
OIL
Watches, Diamonds
Or other Itersonal prntperty'o
value. Watches and Jlewelry ue
-paired. Bargains iii Wa'tl.
and Diamonds.
Office at rensidence, 3t31 E. Lib
erty Street, Ants Arbor, fous8
to t1:39 a. in., 1 to 1::31 p in., 7 t
9 p . M.All 1ltlinels l on. e
ial. JOSEMh C. WATTS
.9 i 4 .st 4 h'4. 4JCi4r}.a4.9.J4..
ELECTIC L0AN,5
Electic Ckhafi'g Dishes
Electric Tabile Lamps '
In fa.ct, ohything 5tolighte u y're
rot. Call ihs ' e ..e ocrdipla.....
s +
W WA5HTIENAW LICIHT &
± POWDERCOM'PANY.
t..c. Wakregtmodtorhc4k Ave. P1.,rn273 a

New Brunswick Tables
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Ctgars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
tI hae st received the lacgest and finrest
lice of
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
toebrought trr the city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Efverythiing Neat arid Cleasn.
308 S. State St. R. B. JOLLY.
The Classes ill Dancing ,Gr ne lo
aeademry on MaynardStreet, smelt as follows:r
Ladrriesexrclus.ively, Satrdray aftrncrrons, 4
robcls;tGentlemrernexclusierly, Sarturday
rroring,10r'cloek; Lardles oadgenrtlerrierr.
Tuerrsdiay evenrirrg 'crl.k teirrrrner'-
ceived at, nryrtire. 5reasonrrwillclrrse itay lrd.
t'allat ofieforfrhrirforrmtior.
Giranger's Academyj.
S YOU CAN GET A
Hot Luinch
At Tsttle's, 338 S. State I
24 J. LESSNSCING..3
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, Slate Street}
PALACE Z6 PARISIAN
..LALUNDRY AGENCY.,
Oficee65 East William 1St. Prione 6i7.
Wartkgrlled for and deliveced pcomptly

The trackg men are getting in shape
for tire log winter and spring cam-
praigns. Crrach Stagg works with the
roan every afternoon, trying ount the
new mensort noting the advances or
retrrrgressions in the old ones. Time
trials hrave mostly breen confined to
one lair, as the meii are yet. in poor
shaprt Victror S. Rice, the ex-Ptrrduie
huindred yard man, set the first mar1k
for thie new gymnasiuim by rurnning a
lapr in 152/5 seconds. Caprtain Clyde
Blair's lore for the sine drtoance
was 16 seconds, The new freshnien
candidates are a bhisky lnt and with
proprer training will win points in fu-
ture yearn,
It is grite probable that the univer-
sity will this winter prut a hockey
team is' the field, or rather, on the
ice. "Cy" Garnett, the tennis erack
frirm Wisconsin, is frirthering the
scheme, and has alreardy made ar-
rangements forr a game this weeek
with the Kenworord Country. Club. A
nurmber of ex-Canardiart players have
signifierd their intention rof corming
out frrr thse team, andr if a good squari
appears a riotk wiltlIre fanded on the
campurs. G ameo will bre played with
various clubs, with pet-Caps inler-errl-
legiate contests,
The basket ball team is practicing
hard, buit owing trr the fact that nro
screens have come for the baskets,
they cansnot play games with other
teams in the Bartlett gymnasiuim.
tHowever, all the apparatus will he in
place by the last of this weekl.
RILEY H, ALLEN.
The balcnny at Granger's, rutually
closed to visitors, will be open tonight
to those wishing to hear the Academy
Orchestra, The attendance on the

even ifl they knew that the desired
information was on file in one of the
departments, The 'Guide" is a com-
plete key to the use by historians of
all records of all the departments
whose heads are members of the cab-
islet, and of the department of juistice,
rrf the senate, the house of represen-
tatives, anrd the Smithsonian Inst its-
tinn. The publication will cover from
711$ to $110 large pages, and will be
completed in about four months. The
only _rrevious publication in any way
of the same natuire covered only 17
pages.
HOW SOPHS ARE HELD UP.
tt is evirdent that the University of
Michigan girls, at least throse of the
class of t1906, are not tacking in bus-
iness acuimen. They recently decirded
that it was necessary to raise mroney
and in order to accomplish this ob-
ject, they set out to sell copies rrf
their brasket ball songs and yeils.
One of the young ladies apptroached
a prominent '10 trackt athlete and re-
qulesterd him to puirchase a copy at a
ridiculously lnw price.
"Brut," he objected, "what use have
I forr those songs and yells?"
"Well," she replied, "we girls form
half of the class and we paird for half
of that 1900 jersey you are wearing.
5S1 it's no more than right that you
shosuld help ri ouot."
Natrrrally, the Sophomore was help-
less before this overwhelming femi-
nine logic and puirchased the copy,
It is said that all the class athletes
were crimpelled in a similar manner
to contribute.
The following are samples of the
yells:
Ruff, tufftoEf,

qPALINIISc OFFICIAL
o INTER-COLLEGIATE
FOOT BALL
- Used by allthtie Leading
Cotteges
FooBll Ptants--Laree frrrt,
rips rrrd lkrrers irardredrwithr
firrrle radthrighrs
rwithrerreesteips.
AG.SPALDING & B155.
Sew York, Chicato, Denver
..Spaldirry's tltitrl. rrrFootBllGtidre
4. for 1103. erditerdrry Warrersr rp.
Pricee10cents. .X.
Panonu 58n
Cleaning. Pressing. Rewuiring.
336 S. STATE ST.
tOv'er Csshirng's)
Clothes called for and
Delivered.
$1.50 worth of work fsr $1.00.
Leave Orders at Cashings or
Phone 582

THlE S
AN
with di
fOalS,]
toe tnt
write t,

N UIAF DO ERI A. bioor winl ne smail on accounot tof x- socre the stoic:nr
I.~ "~'aminations, hut the music will be We play basketball
good no usual. 86. And never get enough.
[051OGRAPHS The nineteenth annual meeting of Go wish go Wang, ,
the Illinois Society of Engineers and Go Hilly, go hang! -
CALL AT Surveyors is being held at the Uni- Go senega, renega,
S[V"rOUR'S STUDIO versity of Illinosn. Sophomnore gang! '
316 S. "rain St.
[CHIGA'j ROU i 4DTA B
ICI r.Ch ~gL"ALLENK'S FOR QUALITY." I
d" he iaaraFals Q~t,"$10.00 und.$ILOO SUITS AND OV[RCOATS ARROW BRAND
Wim gietiaesglohng alaaain u15- CENTS, 2 FOR 25 CENTS
FalsRuI. eg0e h Bs CotLINE-s, avn gufrom $5.0® 0 to$5.00 CLUETT, PEABODY & co.
oBOE EvN-ery Suit or Overcoat yuuBuy. Makers of CurlS and Monarch Shirtt
4ARBOR to The balance of the. month our Annual Sale is on we give you the
CHICAGO choice of our
NEW YQO1000$80
AND BOSTON $50 Suits and Over Z nzr1.0coats for $12.00 ~ntrf~udM
Brent connectiosoat Chicago hfsr St. fp I~t'sUECLY "Eul 13S 4il ub &(Bi fttr
Kansas City, St Pool and dthe west ALtN,111t! uuIR # 155.! !.em G*Ke~r
[ormatte .ad h nnticketsecall onse ____or________
oW. W. CASE, Agent. Ass Arber. 9*@**O***e** *f**NN *,,,+,,4, Pbone 667. 303 Z. State St

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