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February 19, 1904 - Image 2

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THR M1OR1IGAN DAILY.

TI-E MCI-lGA D~LY of tse Association. The reason for
ft ff _ thi conitio ofaffairs is obions.
cttI~lion l Fotend ae r end 'lass5iater at the Ae The offaices rotate with moreorles
ReduAriiir ost (tficis iret.regtilarit y among gthe fraernitiesand
/ elisgeyeareat C I 5Fsi ntoteet Thert is onet r emety tfettis tate
*J G lor bl e ae Caet0S ot affairs-the greater Iar citat ittimi
I l MANAGIINGSEDITOR Athletic Asciatiospoiticsiaby tnon
S. fEMORY TIIOMASON raternity men. Inteenients git- as;
_BUSINESS MANAGER:s lmtch it not mrtsprt i tirheAso-
As we have too large iocoaII.IUSO iatio t hat raternity men stw liat
sutbsripions have been tant away;
stock of faticy i EDITiOS with, and it is no mire thai just tht
fle - - - .-S. IAI.RAY they shodstihre riually ii the hli-)
ASSOCIATES:l in of olties.
SUITN68AND a hrnr stiensn. oy eebes- Thene is a committee of thret i
S~A.IN S A',I. iratierucln1ry5P.-Erwin e ach itt the ftiiridetartmesaoatath-
TROIJS[RUN6S A. Po.unad. A. L.Otmeyer. leticappiointel by the ieam atiitt,
Jseph Y. Kerr. Stoddrd S. Mre. and these commiteeships are stil-
.Ita M. lBrosrito,. 5. Waite ayne. ping stones to attletic tffie. I is
ots hand we will sell Geo. A. Osor. itrld C. smith. ime he not-fraeritiymiemibers f
thut treuedtics 11iry It. Asdrew,,. lfrd 1IeKlii. the Asociain were taitg Otplica-
ffff hmjtreuedpirsiiuciusesB.Robtets. ClydeiL. Isisy. lion for cmniit(ec taittientsadi
10ostake roomi for oulr B. USINESS STAFFt participattng in affairs itfatleic
Ihas.'1'h I..ri ais i-l'.Llyd aagetent.
Spring and S u 11t itter i51. 5.ioiilitz. To H . Kta. Latturese.
Woolenis.lBe snte siu Editor toay-HAROLD C. SMITH.', GOSP _FTHCLEGS
call ini before a'Oti place 5 ii cripti i twit filnultuira per lacearesle Ineresting statistics have jus beets
yoit ssl~ advanc ue.e iuitat ier Na.1.1903$. rAcompilei to shtw tie epeniitltres, at-
pan r order~-4 A , largest a~thedace an Ti Palx a a'participants at variiiii
S Office ours12:30 to 13 and 6:30 to 73t ags sehaeti erwsa
p.H IL m O.qi. Duly. lthe last introlgit hotalt ei
ll IV1 i Address-ROSCOE B. BUSTON, Business Man- seroteaae meui
GaHlWID & COt~eer, 331 Packard Street. where 15,11111 peotie wereprsn.!
3108 f. WASHINGTON STREET. Telephone, 461. Seveny thousand hittrs a year is'
- spent in California fr fotsitll. Thi-
oci.5 spectators at the gamte aggrgate 90l:
2011 nd the lartiiants22,0ilRitt
_____________________________ aning tracts athleics,.thi'statisttea
f i-coil ...- ra : 100111 taricipants, 110 slut---
Z * ALENDAR. tutors, and n extenitulire sit t$600l
~ All ~ W eek, - 1(i--8lit i. mEngineerintg meting.iettt ano l~frnitha a sihas an
I, i ailt5Vi l ii TO21) itt Prohessorlenteswill speaks tn the athletic satei.
Ftutueir Plants f the nstattDe-
cael Alt hisme ftotball geis atiLl-anil
1I'eh.19--i7p. m. Flint ictibimeeting Stnfordtwill hersattir its'lay-sdioni
" i Mt usenm. tie-tniverity Cmpust.insteail itat
*I e -i 7::3i0i11 p. it. Adelp-hii Sciety San Francisct, as has lit-sn t'litei,
* mnit ingiteviostcomin.
Feb. 19-7:30) p.ci. Alpha NitSiciety
meisting.iPrfestrFieeriklTuliriserfthei
loch1-157 80 pti. m.ChoralUtineUniversity tf Wiconsin, will tatti
DemostrThen oAFouiiiniaties ietig.itarAnof thesum rcutesini
a YorceCiy.iiilsanci Yell- itRelivio ?"iind atItru'loskio
Th3 eiiosCiic"nNw e Tedscatiorstrmsaltit- iisUi--
Letctaitioom, Tatpan Hall. iovitaildlt tt-auce-sofa it iuuiee-.
Fecit20--FI Hopkinson Smith in S. L. ,city.
A Larture cutrse, is niveritt
Hal 3 FthThe B. &. 0. taitrouadthtsofftil-i-itits
$ ' I eb20-Saturday-Preliminary indoor xhibit to l~e Is-tnviraty of thictleti- to
51A EH N&iO, met~Wtermn gymnasium. rnia art oithi- tew attscho ft it -
Fondr p . elbato 0 itttii.
"odesDay." Address by Prof _________
UiversitsyFBokellers, Sta- lemming Crrow in Sarah Ca-
tioneis anid hEngravers, well Angel Hall. Sbject "Dr TRACK NOTES.
Ceo. E. trothinghm' Professor
*320 South state Stree-t. to the University from 1867-1889.1 The tractsmnptisn111Iisi-tutore
A F etb.12-li'06Law hbanutet at Oyter hard wrts yesteeitv andt hey shoeii
O*o lOOIi4i®Oi ay rhitntgoodt cioapt-liy-SSturuafr te
1 erce cntes f the preiminar
EN RA 0j A situatin has arisen lately in Ath- meet. There are atrocity many c-
lt As-ociatin tpolitic whicth is oh uits antI the numbeutr wiltle gritle
DIE ) soehit en tillthsew o s nraedtdv'sthetis scls
SLEO O OLMBSatliert This is the gowing tetden- cv mtiss yestedav antI thefolwn
cy o the otfiests gt by deftault. men wee selectd: IL. C. Hulil. E.
P-.,sC.- osn T-;- u nhiseiilast itecton nt on of the hank, . 9'. HDtemmier. V. L. Minut.
tfur oicecs was rconestd. The re- 'nd T. H. Sehltsse..Thelt str fut-r
C. M. "AJOR &s CO"rPANY stit is bathfin more ways than one. will run again ttdav t tcie wtict
Before the Junior fop Null only lues iteret in the affaireccus et as alterate. Hils Liei
h si goodth tusr tot u.ote--yo 5utile ate- iiolt-Assciationitwane' becauset-ohuwas 1% secontswhile liii-othes
fity- houtue. t ophuse p-27. quiet eections, tuti thtcuters have to idlu 1195secondsl. Toay. trals will
C. 11. lAJOR &. CO. choice of candidates, and the ealst e held tbv the '14 Laws. '14 Lila. '7
t0il14:. WashigtSit moens arc not broutght into the services Lila and '06 Engineers.

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