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January 30, 1904 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1904-01-30

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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THEI~ MICHIGAN DAILY Two weeks from today the greatest
ft *~in -- ------ event of Michigan's social season will
i nArbee Post Ofie be a thing of the pastThse Junior
R educt" ~ Plished dal Mnayecpe)dsring the Hop of 1904 and its attendant iestiv-
college year, at 117 E. OWashington street, ities twill go down in college history
Sal I (aeetfor ieetac)Poe823 as the best of a long series of annual
SQ I0± MANAGING EDITOR : successes. Every committee has done
*'5 BUOSIN S MASGER its work faithfully and practically alt
sOSCOE B. HUSTON the prelinminary arrangements are
As we have too large aBUIESM AER pleteti. The entertainment committee
EDITORS;
E stock of fancy A Eltltios. =-_ - - BETttenKI. wALTOn is now endeavoring to bring ott osf"
Nes, -J . 5. BLKY~n the latest comic opora suscresoos "Tbhe
UTN A DASSOCIATES: Yankee Council" here for a matinee
S UTNSAD Clifford Stevenson, stay Peebles, performance on the Satuirday follow-
*A. M. Graver, I enry F. Erwin
T ROhS[RIN GS A. C. Pound. A. 11.Otrtmeyer.' tog the hop. If this canntot be tone.
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More, the Comedy Clutb wilt be askledto itre-
'Ida Id. hrowosrigg. I. Waite Jayne.
on hand we will sell Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith. tprodutce its successful farce'"The P'ro-
ha:rry 11. Andrews. Allied 1B. Keels feosor's Tragedy." 'rho concert otf'
them at redoced prices Tl~ioas 1i. lRoberts. Clyde L.. Iew. the 'Varsity Musical Clubs ois Sat:u'-
to mlake room for our Editor Today--ARTHUR C. POUND. day evening will be anotiter pleasing)
Spring ad S tu11 t srilo-o: lar s oaosri i feature of the Hop season. "TI::'
adoan~c. I ifnv5qent after 1Nov. 1. 1903. $2.30 Yankee Cotincil" is bosoked at the Atlit-
Woolens. Be sore anti- 1 ens Theatre for the night otf titeHop',
call in: hefore you place O p.s Hur:1230to1:and6:0yo.:3biut tile committee hopes to induoce the
yourordr. 4 14 .14114 Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Han- management to change its date.
ager, 331 Packard Street. __________
Telephone, 461. ITonc mc lt bne iar

GOODttiit', S oi ita Cotton, 'lees Ie
te4 or',, b:''.tlaek & swbite, 50c
shits.-cut lit te~ :d, Itull fash-
stondeach- -----$1,15
tPants, VWhite uoritlack Silesia,
tie tirostItee bli----e 3
F'lii el - - - - - - - - 25:'
Spastl ii:"Elas:tic Saupporter withs
£1 sUlepi iv ocn olde.. - 0e
ti,' fac f' 1i :1e . not bush-
Indooir ttutnuiitiShoes, ine leasth-
c,: ,tii:lertIllpeit;poles. Per
Isym Si,:: '.. fndlete, liktskin
Cavs Soestiber spoles, 5
andi - ---- --- - - - - .$1.00
Chtartuois i'u rsoper lpati'.25c
SW[fAfIfRS
Vest C'tltar,. bestltitbs sot, $5
tGolf Sitlater. Itie orated. Gilt
bu ttotns. 12: V &- \'bito _$5.540
Walir's Book Stores,

G, H. WILD & COj
10 .WAMI1INOTON STRULT.
ITHE GIREAT GAME,
MXCI'rIN G Ii EN !
FOR V IRi YON Ii
t EA
o
SHEE HAN'SI
DETROIT, 160 Woodward Avenue
ASH ARBOR. 320 So. State Street
* *@*@*olo..*@**oS*.,.*4 i
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Capital Stock, 050,000. Surplus, $175,000.
itesosrces, $2,000,000
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED.
OrrICEnS: Charles F. liscoot, Pres. t;x. I.
Harriman, VicesFres.:;5. J. Frito. Cash~ies'.
Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 18. Resi-
dence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314.
Ambulance on call.

CALENDAR.
Jan.,0-1.30 ipi. m.-Meeting of New
'Yorkiers' club at Oyster Hay..
Fetb. 1--5 p. m.-Lecttire by Prof.
tart of Harvardl. Tiappan Hall
lettiri'roost.
Fbt. .-4.111 p. so.-Illustrated lectu~re
by P'rof. Stanley on "Parsifal" it:
Muttseutm leture room.
let:. 4--Faculty cotneert in Free Me-
tourist Hall.
'Toou utch cattnot be said in com-
mentdation:s of the lan recently ptro-
posed bty Micihigamuta, aiming at the
tltituate formatiion of a Michigan club
house, and it needs no defense in
thtese columnsa, but it is not generally
understo:od bow the banquet to be
h~eldi is going tit get the club hsouse.
At the first glattce the end seems
rather far removed fronm the moans
th are to be takes:, but a little con-
sideration: will satisfy the tmiot shop-
tiealthtiat the plan is going to work.
There has been a good teat said abouit
the atitarent laeck of fiuds on the part
of Michigan alumni, but there can be
little doubt tihat those who are inter-
ested in Mtichigan have mon:ey to give
if the y ^.n :be stiowI:thalist :1stonte
ed atndIwilt be wisely s11011. We wilt
never get a clubthbotuse until we have
shown thtat we want onie atid want it
badly.
It is pr.feisely to serve this purpose
that the banquet was propotsed. In
this way the stuidetscans get togeth-
er, thoy cant grow entistsiastic, they
can prove to Michigan's friends that
a club house is what she naeeds, what
she wants, and what she is going to
wvorks hard to get. When this is done
we can count the months and not the
decades, till we hanve the club hosise.

is dead, ought to come to Michigan.
Hauling a young lady's trutkthroutgh
a windowe may not lie quite 50 rotmatn-
tic as fighting a dutel for loot satge,
but the principle is thoe same.
who dniio-iooof sea lbrleua

tion in fitting one for a luetativepos:- 0
lion is again aptly illtstratei. Jo:e0 D T 'r NO0W *
Madldocks has bad an even ten offers
ti: teach: the gentlie art oflfotoball, 0
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES. ± wOfiic , vc ihi:-esiind ideafti-. @
As an iticentive tii cultu:re'studly 0a i vsttet. li t. this
iifferentiated from profesiosnal tain-: 3 eiiiisiiiiof 11t(IUIt iiiivrtieit-
intg, Harvard College has tecently es3- pii3l: c. i- Oto tu-i: iitenistos
niiiiil,it ii ctiv i, ave r
tablished new Honors in Literatu:re-, ,* i --si 1r<t ii ion~ to
open only to:snidergradu:ates. The iluil>e:- vidiiiiut c iieher ill ui6
H-onoirs are to be awtarded intw cxvi: li Sit pIi -. prieil ii it
grades, Honors anti Highest lHonor 3 s : w% r gi lpice. a.ioi.vipe-
at graduation. F~ousr requirements ob- iIii ~ iiiiii
tamn: (1) A good readisng knowledge= TWO DOLLARS
uf at least two languages, (ise aniet--
oe nmodernt; 121 a broad couse',iof
readits" in at least tv- ti lluaturs' 0
une anceest, ono modern; (3) a get:i
eral kinowledge of at least two liters-
ltres, osne an~cient, oslo modert:, to lie
tested by an examination; astdl(41) arhllaaPs
special stuody of two subjects chosen lions.all onIiv teCopora
one from an ancient literature, osne' wit It Pr'iof. 1Viil-tiv' casev o i -
from a modern. The Honiors are' toi & t i-(1(41pr ituiuiilii:all: t-
te admntistered by a cotmittee itf* t:Iv: viiiosi it io is itfl'rii.
three each frohm the mo~desn langtuag * 1ii us -t, On oue
05 0SIX DOLLARS
MhCHIGAN NEWS NOTES. *
Atigiust Scbsmitdt, of thec Schoolthout_ C. E. BARTHELL, !
Mussic, wilt give his gradusatisig re- LAW AND MEDICAL BOORS
vital next Wednesdlay at 4.30in Ith I ::- 32o6 S. Stats St. Second Flhosr.
versity ball. This will tale ihe place o ASH ARBOR, MItCH. *
of the regular Wednesday ppil~s' te- ®O®IO.f®0O ®i
vital. Many kno~iw Mbr. Schidst atnd
have watched his progress as tostoosit
lie huost promising puspils in: tht'
schiool attd this orgasn recital willibe-
sometbing tine cannot afford to miss.
Next Wednesday afternioion at 4.310 o ae cseiat
Miss Elioabeth Campbell wilt give' a tfcs 02
Scotchs lecture recital in Frieze idle- refresheld. \Villiais'
morial hal.itilgSjk
For Sale-1 dress sisit, 1 Tu:xeido;
worn only twice; sizo 36 tir 38; at 702
So. Thayer. 89-91

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THE[ SUDENTh' [[CTUR[ ASSOCIATION

I. H~opkinson Smith
UJNIVERSITYIH A L[[
Saturday Evening, [eb. 20

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;,;;,MT, fft @ T E AN M. .5IAhIOLT, Mahalsger
Engagment [riddy, Jan. 29 ~famus
GERMAN THEATRE STOCK CO.
OF CLEVELAND, OH1IO
Presenting the Popunlar Gierman Students Playj
ALT- (old) HE[ID[LBERG
A [arge Cast. Beautiful Scenery.
Pric ~BestVCVs Reserved Seats, 75c and 50c
r rices Balcony, 35c. Gallery, 25c.
Seats on Sale Wednesday, 9,,a. m.

Season Tickets, $1.00 4t ,, Single Admission, 50c

TINKER i1,PANY. FURNISILELIS AND HlATTERS. 334 S. STATE, ST., Phone 342-2r

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