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January 31, 1904 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1904-01-31

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

fffffff 1ff THE MICHIGAN DAILY No one who has been in the bath
- rooms iA the last few days cao hsve
En 1 tered as secad class sntr S he Ann failed to he impressed hy the miser-
f f Asbor lost Othce. able condition that they are io. The
d U ti ' Isubod d oilyloe::ty ecepd) duringthe draio pipes fail to carry off the water,
R educ 1011 - coicgeyr :r, at 11 F. W aigfnstre0et, sod the resolt is that the floor is coy-
BIN ::crettloorsside entre) Pone80-3rerd_ wthwater severaldersr-
Sa tle QAAIN DE moved from a state of absolote clean-,
*fIS soitY TH~OMAStON liness, in which any one wise wishes
f BUSINESS MANAGER: to bathe omost wade. Bet thsis is in-
+ t.SCO01 B. IIUSTON significant compared to the more of-
As wehvS o ag _.__ -- -- - fensive evil of fool air. The odor
f stock of fancy EwITOES Aheis onTK.wrTx which permeates the west bathroom
:TI1I~ N ASSOCIATES: tary and unhealthy and was so notice-
f* .1.Gae, ler 1 ri from every one who need te showers
TlROIJS[RIN S A. C Posed. A. It. Ortateyer. there.
*Ida 01. Otownriag. 5. Waite Jayne. seem a matter of little importance,
0o1 hand we will sell tee. A. Osher::. Harsld C. Smith. and viewed from the standpoint of
* theartreuedrI y 11. Andrewsc. Alfred 0. IKeeb. the expenditore of money necessary to
Itf :I lot o lyeL c. pet then: in a mere healthy state,
to Miake room for ouf 4 Editor Taday-A. R. PEEBLES. dou:btless is, hot if they are allotwed to
atflS_ mtoc ttt ___orrstr, _ go as they now are the results mayI
SpringadSu m r Sutbsription-w olaspryer habei e serioes. It is certainly to he hopted
Wooen.aBnsreae.i if (doitetft er Not. 1, 1903, $2.5 that some steps will he takoen in theI
calisbeoeyu ~ae *Office Hours:--12:30 So 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30 near future, to makec the baths antI
ca. imbefreyauplae. lavatories of the men's gym. more
Olftdrt $-t.t.t Address-ROSCOE B. HSTION, Business Man- whoelesome than they now are.
you *~dr ager, 331 Packard Street.
*Telephone, 461. GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
:zG H. WILD & CO.5,® : o sro 'cithe students of the University of
10 .WSHNTNSTET Californian are planning to make the
25th of Febru:ary a stu:dent's Labor
N*ffffff N ®f® CALENDAR. D~ay in whtich to inmprove the campous.
- If the plan is caried out every sftu-
ten.Sb .30p. n-Metin ofNewdent wil tu:rn ie and work from eiglot
b orkers' club at Oyster Bay. i temorning till six at night. The
TSIH E lGREAT GCAit .ff appro:aches 1to the new Greetk theatre
0 ,b'eb. 1--5 p. in-Lecture by Prof. are : tobe fixetd, anti the camputts ptt
! Hart of Hiarvard. Tappan Hall in good:: order. After the wo:rk is dione-
f lectutre room. nomtnster celebtratiton will b:e hld ont
* Feb. L-4ste p. nm.-Illu:strated lecture the campu:s. In 1856t thie tatbtrtlay
-- by Pro:f. Stanley on "Parsifal" in plan was inau:guratedl."or three lays
! Muetum lecture room. these tuen:ts workoed, atind :tnotoly
EXCITING IlOUN
YB S~ Feb. 4 -acuslty concert in Frieze Me- ( but a fifteen-foo:t road~ antI entrancse
10morial Hall. to:the campu:s, buttlev elledI off al lte
EVERY1 1ONEtay 415 . . 'ot tne'ven:;rouenoi.
Feb 1-onay :1'p m-ro.tanlety'e tectu:reon "Parsifal' in-
O 9 mutoseutm lectutro' rotom. Several facoulty mentbersofottho'soth-
* SFbt. 1-5-Prof. lHarS ott Barvard, se- letic cou:ncil at the Ltnisersity tof His-
* I itsof'.:lectturso on ''Dilolmatic ct'~ousitave threatt'ed:ot't estt gol::t
(uetot:atne of American History." a:cotunt ofthtte actiontof tht::er me m-
.ITppanHlli. btof:tthe coun:cil.'fTse toble arots.e
Fe. -'si edntetlseday, 5 It. In.-Prof. otter the ratification ot Coetotos ase
O*f iLevy ons 'Iigher Edu~catiotn,",'lal:- assist ant coaschof:thtIe fto::toall 1:0:::
* * taO tpantHll. Series :on Cotnteino- u-hich:wseopptooedtl by sonteoftth~e
* = toray IFrance." cou:ncil memblere.
l 1 1: 3-Wednesd:ay-P'rof. Motore of___
Iararsd ton 'Recet':tExploratiotns It is rtmttretl that Coloumtoias tiver-
in Biblical Lansl,' Sarals Caswell city swilt soot:::dispoose of its real es-
A tgell all. -L ate bholdigs in NewvYork (ity, val-

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tes. ottor:s, Itlack 41,:si:te, 50.
shirtsto.etworst' d,Iful fa-I-
ion:ed, achlt ---$1.5
Pantst, SWhtit'-e lock Silesia,
fly frtont, ila'e'bak------- 5c
S uppto lorters, m:ad e o f H es t C tt on
elastic pieces on::side -----50
Jockey StrasltSpp~lorter, all elas-
tic, tll t::on::ed, no :bc-
lesa------------ 75
Indoor Henning Shoots, flne letb-
er, rub:ber tiptpoed soles. Per
paisr - -- - -- - -- - -- -$2.50
Gly:: Shoes, fone letther, Elkki:
soles to prevent slippig_S5c
Casvas Shoe, rutber soles, 75
and ------------$1.00
Chamois Pusthe'r- per pair.-25c
SW[ATERS
Vest Collar, finest lamsh wool, $5
CGolf Swreate:r, ine worsted, Gilt
buttons, ray c White-$5.50
POk SALEO AT
Walr's Book Stores.
IP -HT
Silk Hat Window.
tlat ot SILK AND OPErRA
BAT::e:e stownttinOn
tnt Ott 00 stleo ut;oottO 00:00
Complete Evening Dress
Requisites.
Fll dressis to reel ilyon hrry
GOODSPEED & SON
11 .Male St. Phone .388.
To keep your face
ingood condition,
use Willianms' Shaving
Stick.

SHFiEHAN'So
IDETROIT, 160 Woodward Avenuet
ANtN ARBOR, 320 So. State StreetlI
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Pa'lor Cars o tOlTaile,
C. H. "AJAR 4 C®"1PANT
Before the Junior HIop
ft a~ gootd ttine to: deora:,te Yourt fratoe5-
nitys htouse. ('tall tttipony,- 27.
C. 1. MrAJOR & CO.
20:1t, WashirtgttoSt.

('otecert,Friese Memorial Hll.
Felt. I1 and 12-Joint uteetinog Mich.
Potlitical Science Ass'u antiLes-
gote of Mich. MunIiciplties.
Febo. 12-iridlay--J" Bolt. Waterman
Gymnsasiums.
F'ebo. 12--Frioday-nof~ First Semes-
ter.
Feb. 13--Saturday evening-At Ath-
ens 'ftheater, annual coucert of
Untiversity Mseical Cltubs.
Felt. 1i -Wednesday-Pittsbuirg Or-
cetetra. in Cho~ral Union series.
lo-to.211---Satturdtay-Prelimitary indloor
nmeet, WCatorman gymnasiumn.
i-e-t. 23- Sattirtday evening-Hopkin-
soti Smith in S. L. A. coourse, tni-
versity Bait.
'Te studoento who can noake tis of
the ba:thos inthle gyminasium:o in their
presett condtio::hoas es-cry reasonitto
co:ngratu:late himself. He can be sat-
isfitetd that he is immutne to every'
germ: that roams the atmosphere.

upthe su~m askedotrot by Presidtett
Btutle.r it: his last repot.
Fivecmn :ott last year's eleven at
Pennsy-lvania have prevititsly playedt
oothe h'steams.
Chicago's new basebal cage is coo:-
strutedtsl oith: tteoealleyw:aysesot:hot
th~ree me can btat at the same timue
withotit interfering with each otteor.
Thet=Boner Sy-stemuwas fottntd to be
a failu:re at Cornell Uive-sity antd
has bteen abandonetd.The stttoents
were reettired to sign: two( conditions.
one, that they wouetltnot give or re-
ceive assistance frtom any one, anti the
other that they wvoutldlrepotrt antyonle
they saw cheating. The stoudents
were all willing to sig:: the first cotn-
dition: btt so many refused to sign ihe
second that they had to atbatitdon the
whole system.

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DEAN M. f .I30~tLT, M8anager

F. Hlopkinson Smith
UJNIVRSITY IH A LL
Saturday Evening, Feb. 20

THREE NIGHTS COMMENCING THURSDAY, FEB. 4
Thle Em~pire Stock Comupanty. Thursday E1vei::g, thec Great
Senseational Dranma
JESSE JAMES
A True Story Founded 011 Facts.
SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ACTS-
PRICES: IOC, 20c, 30c. NO -HIGHE[R
NOTE-Thursday evening one lady will he adm:itted free with each
paid 34c ticket if reserved previousno S6S p. in,

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Season Tickets, $1.00 A ,As Single Admission, 50c

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