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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

uoduction THiEMICHIIGANDAILY
f /' ntered as second-class mater at the Ann
S G Arbor Post Offie.
f Pobls0ed aly (dodayexceptddorng the
- college year, ati17 1E, Washngon street,
efliflabasement floor, ode entrance) Phone 823r
* ~ ~ 1It ~MANAGING IEDITOR:
Sa eS EMORY THOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
* ROSCOE B. HUSTON
* As we lhave too large a EIOS
f stock of fancy Athtcics -EDTRS: TK.WLO
Ns, - - - - - J. S. BAEnY
ASSOTIANES:AND fClifford Stevenson, ifoy Peebles,
fA. M. raver, Henry '. Erwin
J RUEII .C oseph. Kerr, itoddard .Moe
f JRoseRphSA.. Poed. Soda.dS.Moryer.
2Ida: M. Brownrig. 1. WaieJye.
on hand we will sell Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith.
lrry 1. Andres. Alredr3sih. o:
f them at reduced prices l'lomsRosberstrs. Clyd .. tew.
to mnake room for or Editor Today-GEO. A. OSORN.
* Spring and S u mnnm e r Sbscipon Tossstroac per ear, payable1n
Woolens. Be sre and adac._f____efafe o. ,103 25
± Call i1i before you lace Office Hors:-12:3t0 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
y lc p. m. Daily.
ordert A A ~ Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTO, Business San-
your *r- 4 4- ager, 331 Packard Street.
G. WWILD & CO., _________________
08 E. WASHINGTON SRET. _____
f~ff f~fCALENDAR.
Of --- A O f~ Janary $9-Lecture by Jdge Dno-
3van on "Lincoln as a enius."
T II NOGRA'T G A M0 HE Janary 29-Senior Lit. cas dance.
4 T J, January 29-8 p. mn. Engineering So-
- .Jrr~s, iety lecture by Professor Wrent-
~ 1 1more on "Remodeling Cell BlocksATatJcsnStePiois
S Physico lecture room.
EXCITING F U N
F OKRIE v tL R Y O N F. Stes have been taken twari the
I organiatin ot an Emire State clbl.
2This actio is 10oibe commende. The
University cannot have too many such
* organizatios fondedt as they are up
* on tbroad sdemocratic princilles.
it seemed a shame for Johl .
A (1 Rockefeler to boost the price of oil
JI jst becfre examnaton.
In view of the act that everybody
else get two prieso for their pbli-
catons i: Ann Arore, there seemed
to e no reason why the Michiganen-
sin sholdi prive' n eception tso the
I rle. __
~~ What with the Michiganensian ipic-
SHEEHAN S tures and with the fioiing of hn-
sres of campus views, Ann Arbo
DETROIT 160 Woodward Avenue
I ASN ARBOR, 320 So State Street Photograpers are 110 the vergs' o
4*~**.*..~.*nervosiprstratioln.
- Elber Hubbardsys that the giv
C. i. r"AJOR &~ COM1PANY ills of examinations is eoivalent t
Befor the uniorHop ulling a plant p tu see how its roots
Befoe Se Juiornob ae getting along." Wuld that thene
Is at gusttime to tdecoate you: frater- were ole 010Elbert Heubtar:'.
pity 1:ouc. 7':llIor Ishone 2,7. _____________
C. f. MrAJOR e CO. It is reportedltoat anter batch of
201E. Washington St. campus views is abutt to flod:s th
maclkt.
OHO CENTRAL LINES Have yo: secred an optilo 150
LIEdress sut for the "J" Hp?
I OLEDO TO 'COLUMBUS tConditosn are aot prime to mk
P~rh C~e sIT~ce someone climb the campss trees.

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GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
A 'doctor 'at the University of Ind-
i anai hao mode a compound of paraf-
-fne which he thinks will add to the
fastness of running tracks. The com-
potund is spreadt on lbs tractk ous it
is not only absolultely dust prout toil3
has the best characteri.stics ot a dirt
trac..
$60,0001 was left ts:tile University
of' Califosrnia b~y a welthy cilie': of
San Francisco: who dlied recently. TI::
Wo~ney iso ed'vot:othI' s: 1:5its:ts-
insgtof a new'libsrary.
So:me may b~e interested ino the tact
that:s perfe'ctly ipreserv edspesscimens'
of an iclltlysssassrsstissssil thas issen
disco:vs'erseid tiiisby lbseexp('ditionl
stent ou:1tsby 5the is'lfObsesrvaltory.
The Inter'nation~al thoss match fssr
the chamis hipsiropshy stiltltbs' pay-

wiltliso cssopsod ssofllmenfro~m Hoc-
varsd, Yale, Csslsunbia oust Princetson.
Tile trssphy bsecomes the prosperty of
the side winning it for 111000 51500s-
sive years. Sso far America bas wssn
it ssnce. Englansd once, andosnsssomatch
was a tie.
Hlerbert L. Willet and twenty sdivin-
it y studsentis from the U~niversity sof,
Chicago sailesdfssr Palestin:e 7 ol' 1wo:
months sof stu~dy. Five sof the students
are fronm Indiana ansi the others are
frssm New Yssrk, Kentsicky, Ohiso ansij
Msissour::i.
Only six contestants have aispearesd
sos far to compete in the (Tniversity
Oratorical contest at C'hicago, althss'
'large pizes are osfferesd. The. first
Sprice is $511 and a scholarshlip fisr 000
year, which is worth $121. The see-
ssnds price is $22 and a scholtarship,: for
two quiarters, while the thirst trie is
a scholarships for one quarter.
As a ressult of a wager, twss stpst':ts
Sfrom Iowa Utniversity bummed theoir
way 711 miles 510 a blind baggage' who::
the temperature registeresd 21 slggroos
belosw zero. -They won the bIs t:sss
also had their cheeks frozen.
1 SECURING POSITIONS.
A large number of studsents whos
have completed cosirses sufficient to,
give them credit for grasdsatiosn, be-
sides many others who hays' been dss-
ing grasduate work, have secesds po-
sitions as teachers and are leaving
icollege this week for their new fielss
eof work. Several of the En:gineesrinog
studsents have sectiresd posliions andst
will leave cosllege at the clsose o~f theo
semester.
SNOTICE.
r Officers of the Adelphi Society meet
dat Rentsclhler's studsiso Frisday at, one
o:'cl~ck I:to ave lpictsss tIake'n.
AMBERSON.
r MICHIGAN NOTES.
s Stsudents are again entirely deopriv-
eed of street car service. Yesterday
a motor braved the stosrm forc a short
lime bu~t was soson stosppedl by th~e ice
)f ands snow. Altlslay the car wsas stall-;
eed in front of the law bu~ilding.
Beach C'onger, who tools his lMbster
a degree in the literary department: lasi
June, is now doing polities for the As-
sociated Press in New Yosrk City. Tile
eformer mile ru~nner has a lu~crative po-
sition ansI is winning success.

O'P1NASII fr
GOODS.
Sh:its, "unitsaryottSleeve"I-sv
lestoors lci:k & whiite, S0c
'Shirts, cut 11woted, full Ifash-
Pan:ts, XX'hite or 1tiosk Silsia,
ly frot Ilace' lakl -_- S5 c
t':snprss mae o Let Ctto
Sp:ldinssg 1Elastic' Sppsorter iteih
lastic Iics on siso ----50
JoltvS'tcra.1it'lSuppters- -, all olass-
le _-75h.
Inssiss:-sl ssig i Shos , tilesloal':t-
ser : Iuis:er'tipped os :. Is's
pai --- --- --- ---- -- - $2.50
GmSos:, t fine 11 lether,1Elkskin
tan:vastShooss,crubberissocsls, 75e
andol-- - -- - - --- -- $1.00
Chaumois IPuhers ter pair.--25
SWATERS
Vest lCollar, fioet lamssswoosesl, $5
Goslf Sweate'r, [ieworstd. Gilt
buttosnvss rayX&hits-_550
Walr's Book Stores.
Silk and Opera Hats
AXnnssAssborss sss:5,::1ii:y. :1
sver esstssy 1'., twought out1:
Complete Outfits
for Evening Wear
Full dress sits toaent if you hurry
GOODSPEED & SONT
117 S. SMain St. Phone 388
Keep your face
f -a i . UsC Williamos'
Shavin~g Stick.

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Tth' STU tNIT'.LECTUR[ A55OCIA.TION

[.~okin on Smith
. : IJ N IV [R SIT Y H A L L
Satorday Evening, Feb. 23

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~~THN~THE ATtRLEZ:;
DrAN M. 5I7AIOLT, Man~ager
Spsecial 20,h 9( TOhIe
Engagement EiUUJ9 JUan. ?9 Famous
GERMAN THEATRE STOCK CO.,
OF CLEVELAND, OHIO
Presenting the Popular German Students Playj
A -(old) E1[D[IRIG
A Large Cast. Beautiful Scenery.
rrices:Best Reserved Seats, 75c and 50c
Fricesm. Balcony, 35c. Gallery, 25c.
Seats on Sale Wednesday, 9,ra. M.

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Season Tickets, $1.00 ' A . Single Admission, 50c
inWWwOOm SO @ Sb

HENRY & KYER, MERCHANT TAILORS, 7 9UNIVERSITY AVE.

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