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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Enered as 'econd clss mtter at the Ann
1Reduction Aro-o 11c
Published daily (odycoepeR during the
4 colege yea, at 11T. Wa'higto street,
Sale MANAIN EDITOR:
S. EMORY THOMASON
BUSINESS MANAER:
As we have too large a RSO .HSO
stock of fancy IEDdcis,- IITOS
Nws, - -- -- J. S. BALKY
SUITNGSANDASSOCIATES:I
SUTNSAD Cliford Seeso. Roy Peebes,
nA. 90. Grer, Hny I. Eri
TROUUERIN6S AC. Pond. A. H. Ortmeyr.
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More.
Ida9M. Irowrigg. 1. aic aye.
on hand we will sell Go. A. Osbor. I arold C. Smith.
the a rduedprce ┬▒Harry H. Andrewts. Afed B.. ovi.
the atredcedpries Thomas B. Robers. Clyte L. 1ew.
to make room for our Editor Today-. W. JAYNE.
Spring and , St ii ininto' Suctptiss woD'lrs ltoper yer, payablbin t
Woolens. Be sure and il see. iU eitaevtd ofter Nov. 1, 190, $2311
call itt efore you place Office Hours: -12:3 is 1:30 and 6:30 ts 7:30
p. m. Daily.
yoir order. J4t A -4 -4 * Address -ROCE B. HUSTN, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
G. H. WILD & COTlepone
lOB E. WASHINGTON STREET1w e
CALENDAR.
T HE3 GREAT G A 90 R Feb. 3--:45 p. m. Lectire by Pro
fessr James A. Craig on "The
"P I T " eteits of Bible Study," it New
Feb. 3-Wednesday, 5 p. u-Prof.
Levy on "Higher Education," Tap.
E X C I 'TI NOG FU j pan Hal. Series on "Contenpo
j OREVERVONEraray France."
10 0 N VK K 0 NFeb.' 3-Wednesday-Prof. Moore of
Harvard on "Recent Explorations
Angeli all.
Fb 4-Thursday, I p. r-Faculty
fCnrt, Frieze Memorial al.
Feb. -b.:31 p.01. Clayton S. Cttper
wilol speak at McMilan al.
IFeb. it1 and 12-Joint meeting ich.
Political Science As'n and Lea
gue of Mich. Municipalities.
Feb. 11-"Post-Rxam. Jtbilee" at tUni-
verity Y. M. C. A. Eery man in-
vited.
at Newberry all. Chaged from
the 2th itst. on accont f "J"
Hopti.
C Feb. 12-Friday-"J" Hop, Waterman
SHE EHANSFeb. 12--Friday-Rond of First Seme-
DETROIT, 160 Wodward Aveue Feb. 13-Saturday evening-In Uni-
AWNt ARBOR, 320 ISo. Sate Sree versity all, atnual concert of
Musical Clubs.
Of~f ~f O O f 0 Feb. 15-16-Symphonia Fraternity its
eaConictttr at Athets '1Teater.I
OHIO CENTRAL LINES Feb. che-enestorlyUniontsetre .r
DIRECT LINE Feb. 2-Saturday-Preliminary indoorAl
TOLEO T COLMBU F~meet Waterman gymnasium.
1,V - Feb.22-7:30 p. i. telebratittitofi
P.etos C.eo.I.tl ns rotnders 0.ay" Attress by Prof.1
-- I Flemming (arcttw in Sarah Cas-I
C. h.. MAJOR, Z. ConiPANY well Angell all. sbject, "r.
Before the Junior Ho Go. E. rothinglan," Professor
Is a good time to decorate yotr frater' in the University from 1871889.
sity houise. Call or phone 21. Feb. 22-Saturday evening-Hopkin
C. It. "AJOR &. CO. son Smith in S. L. A. cours, Uni-
203 R. Washington St verity al.
TI[ S.TUDENTS' [[CTUJR[ ASSOCIATION I
F. IHopkinson Smith .

UNIVERSITY H314L[L
Saturday Evening, [eb. 20
Seaton c'Tkeis, a$ ft.00 A ASingle Admission~, $0c

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The melancholy days have come,
The saddest of the year.
The con-man's coming stsn, and
Are paralyzed with fear.
This is the seasttt when Bryant's
immortal les imiress themselves'
with exceptional force non the mind1
of every' sttttent, wetne liis ack
with remorse over the semester's
work as the profesotr smiles benignly
and iretends totittstill confdetce into
him with the wrds "No one who has
done the work during the semester
need feel afraid tf the examination"-
when-btut what's the use. No one
has time t read editorials these days
and the best the Daily can do is wish
ytttiall attccess.
It mtst have tickled poor ild Brin
to see his shadow yesterday, even tho
it did mean six weeks more of htnger.
trami-Writi-? (Casar had to
wait untltSnday mirnig at tfil' P.
0. ftr the rest tf it.)
SUSPENDS PUBLICATION.
With this isste te aily stispends
pttutlicatittn tntil after examinatins
BASKET-BALL.
'he time fir the freshmen baske-
ball iractice has been chatget frotn
Saturday morning, to Friday after-
nootn. The change has been made in
the htoites that tore itt the freshmen
girls will ttrn ot to i the practie. Up
tt this time the outitotok ftr the freh-
man tasket-ball team Ihas nt een a
vtry right ot. Ft'wtrgirs have
'some to the practices than has teett
'he cabe ftr several years. totaly
iht members of the reshmen class are
he miot enthusiastic tover basket-bll,
3101 this year te interest has ntttbeel
as great as that tf the tther classes.,
The Iastet-bal seastn topes sittn s-
er te opeitg(f the tnew seneser;
if tie freshmuell are ttt have a ceaol
which wil hold its owt against tie
00100stfte ttpper classes, tie mu)st
gfet ttt work diiretly. 'The chagtetti
practice httttr has been nate.iltie
1101e0 Ittstirring tp interest, anti it
'tikgs it ptssile andi coneniet ftr
molire girls tt attend te ract ices,
X1 freshmen girls who talto any in.'
crest in athletics, wheter they havei
ever tplayetd baset-altteforetr ntt''
re turgedtt by the (directrs tito oeo(til
tth tptriactices and see whae they cts
do.
POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION.
The meetings of the Michigan Pol-
tieal Science Association and the Lea-
gtuetf Michigan Municipalities. ttt be'
held in Ann Arbor on Thtrstay anti
Friday of net week, will be oen tit
te ulic. Matytf te pasers will[
be of wide general interest, especially'
those on Municilal Owenshilt of Ptb-
lie tUtilities nd Direct PrimaryERic-
toos, at the meeting Tlhtrsday even-
ing, February 11th in the Cotrt Rootn
o ahea conyCutHue Students iterested in pttblic affairs l
will fitid this nmeeting and those in'
Tappan Ball onthtie day folowitg welt
wvorths their attention.
1904 LAW BASE BALL TEAM,
Sittings at Rentchier, 1:3:0 p. i.,
Saturday, Feb. 6.
92 WIECK, Captain.

GYMrNASIUMf1
"'irtst , S itarttIotion lt)r 's ee
I(,cohtie, blitnk &slite, So~f
Shites, cthwot.-01dI.k ii vii U
Pant p1itev o lcile sOa
Ite kfrovtlce Ipmcks. tl 5
SupporIrs, mae oitst co1ttonA
Sping Elstic lgSuphoer insltth-
'J',ktiy Stea prtle.ll'lS- c
pair - $2.50
rtols t to prevtnt lptintg- S0s
tanvas Shttes, 'ubbter'soles. 75o
antI---------- $1.00
Chiamlois tttthtrs pr Iair.--25s
SWEATUERS
V5est Cotlar, mInst lsobs wool1. $5
Gotlf Swtatet, in wirtd3Gilt
bttonsJ. tGrasy &,' viht. -$.0
rtOR SALi Al'
Walr's Book Stores.
rt- -7
1ik Hat Window.
I)tyo SILK ANDO OPERA
HATS teCvturnin nti.)
Srite4, )'iulu i ot
livw~xyu
Comislete Eveni g Dress
Requisites.
Full dress sits to ent ityo hrry
GOODSPEED & SON
117 S. Main St Phone 38
1. - v
Yxoifi'' wllibeh
fair Iifx' tO useC \th--
iititS' 1'ilil:.Stick.
OE

DEAN M~1. 5CABOLT, 'Manage
THREE NIGHTS COMMENCING THURSDAY, FEB. 4
The Etipire Stock Compansy. Thursday Eveniug, the Great
Sensational Dralllu
JE TeSSEryFotnedonFacts.
SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ACTS-
PRIC[S 10e, 20c, 30c. NO IHIGHEIR
NOTE-Thursday evening one lady will he admitted free with each
paid 30c ticket if reserved previous to 6 p. in.

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FIENRY & KYER, MERCHANT TAILORS, N. UNIVERSITY AVE.

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