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ter puts the shot so far that it can't
Entered as second-class matter at the Ann be found, and then struts up and AN
Arbor Post Oice. down wondering whether he will be
Published daily(fMondayexcepted)during the able to get into his bed, the bed is
college year, at117 . Washington street, brought in, and sure enough he is
(basement floor, side entrance) Phone 892-3r too lung for it. The act closes
MANAGING EDITOR: with his graciously bestowing the bed G[OV[
S. EMORY THOMASON upon Rose.
BUSINESS MANAGER: During his Junior year he tries to
ROSCOE B. HUSTON conduct a class in Pedagogy and is
EDITORS. conned on all the snap courses in
Atledtics, - - - ROBERT K. WALTO sight. This and his Junior hop debts Made of selected, velvet
News, - - - - - J. s. SAL bring on his fond parents from home, tanned buckskin, built on
ASSOCIATES: and he resolves to expiate his guilt 1ie: e s that will appeal
Clifford Stevenson, Roy Peebles, by working for Pa Finney behind the
A. M. Graver, Henry P. Erwin library desk at 12 1-2 cents an hour. strongly to the players of
A. C. Pond. S At.H. Or myMr. In his senior year he appears wear- experience is our No. 2xs.
Ida M. eBrwnrigg. 1. Waite Jayne. . an anti-trust cap and gown and
Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith. is initiated into the Ancient Order of It his no heel pad, is
Harry H. Andrews. Alfred B. Koch. Grafters. When he says that the only made extra long in the
Thomas B. Roberts. Clyde L. Dew. kind of grafting he knows is apple- wrist, is lined and slightly
BUSINESS STAFF: tree grafting, the Seniors tell him p
C. A. Thompson. Wm. R. Lloyd that you can graft any periodical into padded and strongly and
M. S. Koblitz. H. K. Latoorette. the Senior class, and the returns are durably made throtghout.
enj. r. DeRoy.Thos. L. Fekete. a thousand fold, while any scheme it sells
Editor Today-A. M. GRAVER. that is grafted into an unsuspecting
and innocent faclty will give you a [or $2.50.
Nubscripti wtTwo Dollars per year, payale in million fold returns. He then proceeds
advaoce . 1ifd liquent after Nov.1,1903, $2.50 to run the Michiganensium and the
-" -- _Senior girls' play, acd gives the whole
Office Rors:-12:30 to1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30 css day pam unde ac Oak
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Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man- At the end he resolves that it is bet- FOR SALE AT
ager, 331 Packard Street. ter to have sense than to be a Senior
Telephone, 461. and that if he had joined the grafters CI*AokSoe
ten years earlier he would not now be IA
asking a position as Freshman in- Yl !
structor in English.
MICHIGAN EXHIBIT. - --- - -
CALENDAR. With the return of President An-
gell it is expected that the MichiganLT
April 13--Wednesday, 8 p. in., in Sar- exhibit which is being prepared lice
oh Ciswell Angell Hall, Lecture the St.Louis Exposition, will receive
by Theodore W. Koch on "Dante, the final touches, and be sipped in
the Man and the Poet." time for the opening which occurs on
April 13.-Cross Country Club race. May 1st. An important meeting of
April 13.-6:45 p. in. Talk by Dean the committee will be held this weeke
Hutchins, in Newberry hall. to determine definitely on a few items
April 13.--Faculty concert. Frieze and the members report that there
Memorial hall, will be some interesting facts made
April 14.-Lecture by Prof. Reighard public at that time.
on "The Lamarckian and other It is known that the photographic
Factors in Evolution." in Muse- exhibit will be the finest ever sent
um Lecture room. out by the University. It will contain
April 15.-7 p.m., Bird Club Meeting. pictures of every description, includ-
ing vieks of the campus, buildings,
President Angell's western trip has interiors, etc.
brought out the fact that the Univer- The booth reserved for the Univer-
sity of Michigan is well represented sity will be unique and the contract
by her alumni all over the entire for building and decorating it will
west. Not only are her alumni well probably be let soon to a St. Louis
scattered and numerous, but in many firm. At first it was feared that Mich-
cases they are prominent. In the fac- igan would not be able to have her
'tiles of other Universities, law, engi- exhibit in place by the opening of the fxh n e
neering and science, they have achiev- fair, but it is now thought that it can
ed success and made Michigan a well be done.
known institution. In the far west, The entire exhibit will be removed
Michigan is regarded as the greatest at the close of the exposition and in-
Eastern university of the middle west. stalled here, so that those who can -_-_
not go to St. Louis will be able to see
the exhibit here after the fair has
NEW RULING OF BOARD. closed.
At a meetinog of the Board of Con-R R 1A L
trl hld on Mach 14, 1904, Ihe fol- LEAP YEAR PARTY. C. E. ARTHELI
lowing rule was passed: "No student The Leap Year party given by the
during term time shall be allowed to girls in the gymnasium Saturday Tel. 761 326 S. State S
compete in athletic contests otherwise night was a complete success in eve-
than as a representative of the Uni- ry way. About 150 were present, just
versity, and under the direction and enough to completely fill the gymna-
control of its athletic authorities." sium floor, without crowding it. The
it is explained that this rule was music was good, being furnished by
passed by the Board in order to cover a good orchestra. From a financial
cases of athletes who desire to com- standpoint, also, the party was entire- y O u t fat will be
pet1 under the colors of athletic clubs ly successful, enough being taken in . .
while the University is in session, to put the scholarship fund on a very fair if you use Wl-
:i is contrary to the policy of the definite basis. lians' Shaving Stick.
Board to have Michigan athletes com-
peting away from home during the The California Glee Club will take
term time, except as members of the a trip to the St. Louis Exposition this
Varsity teams. summer.
THE STUDENTS' LECTUR[ ASSOCIATION
THIS:SPAC[:BELONGS TO THE
S. L. A.
UFA ITHDNJI T"ATHL~E~u;
Df!AN M. S5 ABOLT, Manager
FRIDAY, APR. I 15. Coleman presents
Mr. Harry Beresford in
J. M. BARRIE'S MASTERPIECE
The Professor's Love Story
Author of Maude Adam's "The Little Minister."
Season Tickets, $1.00 n Single Admission, 25c
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