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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

7 + The noticeable lack of material at
the athletic field. has caused much
Tlished Dai y (Sundays excepted) during the comment and speculation among the
College year, at coaches and daily spectators at the
THE.NIYERSITY OF MICHIGAN, practice. There seems to be no rea-
3 ws Tax Enland Press, Henning Block. son why there are so fey men show-
Bth Phones, 147.
----..ing up save merely a disinclination
MANAGING EDITOR. On the part of the players in college
F. ENGELHARb,'01 L. to try for the team. Here it is the
HUSINESS MANAGER, first week of the college year well
" O. H. HANS. '00 L.
started, and only three elevens on
EDITORS. . .
the field. It isn't right. And the
.D.'HUoNov, '05 E.. H.WOOD, '0, blame lies with the men who can
: M vTaOMER,'o, W. D.HIcKEY '00M, but won't. It is the duty of every
A G. BRowNE. 0.n2
one to give to his alma mater what
he can in return for the education
which he receives for practically
nothing. We believe that a success-
he scription price of the DIsLY is $20 foe ful athletic team is a good advertise-
kecols c nepa, wiih a regular delivery heforesr
,eao h c ay. Notices, counicationsad meut forthe University. Last falland
other mntter iotended fee puhlication smost he
"andedtIn at the DAILY ofice hefoe 8 p .mor spring witnessed this when Michi-
mailed0othe editor hefore 3 pm. of the day
eous to that on which they are expected to gan held the western championships
- p ar,
Subcriptions may be left at the DAILY office, ilt football and baseball, besides
"Msyor's, or Stofld's newotnd, or with Bosiones
aaer. Suohscihes will cooler a favor by making the showing she did against
reporting proomptly at this office any failore of
crr o -ler papcer.pop e. Cornell and Pennsylvania in base
Allchangesinoadvertisin matter mustbe in ball. Then, too, there is the honor
the office b 4 p. m. on the aay previous to that
on which th ev are to aicear. to be gained from playing on such
a team as is usually turned out here.
The movement to draw Michi- "Better to have tried and failed than
7an's high school athletes to the never to have tried at all."
University consummated in the for- The questio' who wrote "Beauti-
ana ion of the Interscholastic Foot- ful Snow" is lost in the discussion

sall League promises great re-
lts. Up to a few years ago scarce-
yany effort was made to bring the
young athletes of the state to Ann
Arbor. As a result they began go-
,ng in rather large proportions to
other schools. Since the Athletic
Association has given this matter its
.,tention it has consistently worked
a policy to give the high school
Ahlete every legitimate inducement
-o come here. From the first unor-
anized attempts to secure merely a
ew star athletes for the University
.ty have formulated a plan by
_hich all high school athletes in the
ssate are closely associated with
_ ose of the University. University
_thletics are thus virtually made the
goal of all the training dote in the
Sigh, schools.
By this means it becomes possi-
I t to so interest the iigls school
Ahiletes as to induce them to enter
he University. This is a gain not
)nly for our athletic teams, but also
ior theUniversity in general. Every
lgitimate means of increasing the
attendance should be cultivated and
.its system becomes a powerful one.
The Athletic league is, however,
got the only one. The debating in-
terests are somewhat similarly pro
=")ided for, although no system so
detailed and well organized has
ee n developed. These are long
Marts in the right direction, and the
.esults will doubtless lead to further
,4efforts along- the same line of ce -
ltering state -high school interest in
dh Univerity.

over the authorship of "The Finish
of Mr. Fresh." Among those cred-
ited with being playwright father to
this lively production is a prominent
and popular New York divine, a
leading dramatic critic, the editor of
one of the great dailies, a well
known theatrical manager, and a
brilliant society woman is included
il the list. This play will be pre-
sented at the Athens on Saturday
evening.
Calendar.
Saturday, Sept. 30.-Varsity vs. Hills-
dale College.
Friday, Oct. 6.-Athletic mass meet-
ing in gymnasium.
Friday, Oct. 6.-General reception of
S. C. A. at Newberry Hall.
Saturday, Oct. 7.-Varsity vs. Albion
College.
Saturday, Oct. 14.-Varsity vs. West-
ern Reserve University.
Wednesday, Oct. 18.-Varsity vs
Notre Da me University.
Saturday,mOct. 21.-Varsity vs. Alum-
HISTOLOGY.
BIOLOGY,
BACTERIOLOGY
Supplies and Dissecting
Instruments.
We guarantee the goods.
we guarantee the price.
J, J. D R HRY,
GRANQ7 R'
Schu fDancing
17th season opens da a morn ,Sept.3o
First Dancing Part , Saturday evening, Oct. 7
otte, grund or , eangereAcademy. Papil
received at any time daring season.

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