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The Place To Eat.
For information relative to dancing,
or music forreceptiono, banquets,
or dancpg parties, call on
ROSSG RANGER
310312 Maynard Street. Phone 2-4-6.
Granger's Academy, Office and
lesidence.
$ YOU CAN GET A
Hot L unCh;
At Tuttle's, 338 S. State
4,ESONS IN $
24 -..DANCIN.9.
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street
OHI0 CENTRAL LIES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO10COLUMBUS
ParCor Caran .oail Traies
BOYS if you want
FINE SHOE REPAIRING
Go to CAPT. C. H. MINNIS,
606, E.William St
PICKWICK BILLIARD ROOM'
AND
BOWLING ALLEY.
707 ,N. UNIVERSITY AVENUE.

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GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES. fluence over future Freshman ban-
Intercollegiate strengt thest compe- quets, the adoption of the following
titions have ,been dropped by the Na- rules to permanently govern these
tional committee of directors of col- functions,-their action in the matter
lege athletics,,because they.were won to be considered the concerted action
by men who knew a system of tricks of the undergraduate body.
by which they could. obtain a higher Rule 1. No underclass rivalry ox
record than their real strength would strife of any kind, whether by moral
warrant. persuasion or physical force, shall be-
gin prior to 48 hours before the ap-
A complete representation of the old pointed hour of the banquet.
campus at Yale, including the build- Rule 2. No agents of any kind
logs, old fence and gates, will be sent which would tend toward the tempor-
to the St. Louisa exposition. ary disfigurement or injury of either
party shall be used. This shall in-
Chicago has a track meet scheduled elude the use of weapons of any de-
with Princeton on May 18, at Marshall scription, wires, chemical compounds
Field. of a harmful nature, etc.
Rule 3. No underclassman captured
Edwin G. Cooley, the present super- by the opposing class shall be tied,
intendent of schools in Chicago is andcuhffed, or have his personal liber-
mentioned as the probable successor ty restricted by any pysicalh force
of Pres. Draper of Illinois, whose res- for the purpose of public exhibition.
ignation was recently accepted. Rule 4. These rules shall be inter-
preted and applied by a committee ap-
the Junior Council at the Universi- pointed from the two upperclasses by
ty of Chicago has asked that a detec- the presidents of the same.
tive be. appointed to trace down and Rule 5. The intentional violation
catch the gym thieves. of tese hrules shall be considered haz-
ing and will render the offender lia-
Bush, '06, has been elected captain ble to removal from the University.
of the Wisconsin foot ball teamn in
place of Vanderboom, who resigned. The Cornell relay team recently
won the four mile relay from Yale
The total receipts of the Junior and broke the world's record. The
Prom at Wisconsin were $1,768.00 and time was 18 minutes 20115 seconds; 16
the expenditures $1,752.33, leaving a seconds better than the previous rec-
balance of $15.67. ord.
An Intercolligate Bowling League is NOTICE-1904 ENGINEERS.
being planned by Chicago and Wis- Measurements for caps and gowns
consin. The winning team in the fra- willshortaent MicassandLoveso
tenit"y leue at"Madison expects to wl e taken atMiss ;LovTll'sday
terityleaueat adionexpctstoState street, Monday and Thursday
play the winner in the Chicago series, from 4 to 6. Don't neglect this.
The Vigilance Committee at Cornell CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE.
composed of upper classmen drew "p
the following resolutions in reference Chaffing dishes at Hailer's Jewelry
to future freshmen banquets: Store. tf.
Be it resolved, That we recommend
to the class of 1907, which will be Chafing dishes at Hailer's Jewelry
most affected and will have most in- Store. tf.
State Savings Bank. GEORGE BISCHOFF,
W. J. Booth Jno.V. Sheehan LODIT.
Wmn. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan I'~~sT
Jas B. Wads R F.oBler CHOICr CUT PLOWrR5 & PLANTS
Jna .och Prof.H. S. Carhart Chapin St., between DaronS t. and Miller Ave.
frank P. Glazier Christia Martin Phone sea.

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COFF E
MOCHA, AND JAVA
Our Own Roasting
Always fresh 28C per pound
214 Main St. DEAN CA CO.
New Brunlswick Tables
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
I have ust received the largest and finest
line of
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ever brought to the city.
Pine Lonches in Connection.
Everything Nest snd Clean.
308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY.
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TURBINE
A CLUETT COLLAR
QUARTER EACH, QUARTER SIZES
CLUETT, PEABoDY & cO.
MAKERS OF CLUETT AND MONARCH SHIRTS
THOMAS ROWE, Proprietor
Row LAUNDRYj
326N. th ve.Bel Phne 57

EXCLUSIVE NOVELTIES IN SPRING SUITINGS
2 1i -123 South lMain Street WAGNIER . CO.
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CALLAUHAN & CO.
Law Booksellers, Publishers and Importers
114 MONROE ST., CHICAGO

W ARE WEV" R UNDERSOD-GOODYBAR'S DRUG STORE

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