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THE UNIVERSIY Of MICHIGAN.
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MANAGING EDITOR. -
0. 11. HAs. 'a L
ATHLETICS, . .5. uaceaTT, '01 E
r. iR. Weoatow, 0 L.A. . StDetrALaL, '01 B
A.G.BowEca. '02. L. J. B. WOD, '00,
L..MP. SesaEtRY, 'al, W. I.HIleEaY, 'taM.
TeessctipriceiofOatthe ttIL ia 1.50 tee
the calestt yar, it a regla deliery ietare
noon tact' day. Ntice, commuttiatins, aet
other anattec itendedtiftr pblicainamust, t
handed it at the DAter affet eore 8 p ito
mtailed to the edite hefoe 3 p. ia. of the Aay
previaois to that on whih they ae expected ta
Sbscriptiotis may be left at te DAILY oeie,
Meers,cc Statlitos-newtad, er with iasittata
Manager. Sbascies wiiiltatter a atr by
reporting promptl~y at thieotfe ay aiiureeat
All changstyein avertiig nmatemst e in
the oafiea by 1p. t. at the day peviustthai
at whith they ae taxeear.
Given Byj Women in Barbour Gm.
nasium-Many Unique Costumes.
The aone not the University n Sa-
urday night gave ae of the met not-
abte entertainments they have ever
had in the Barour Gymnasium. They
have nevee given an entertainment
before which was mre thoroughly
enjoyahle and amusing. It was not a
cold formal function ut an infornal
free~ and niconvntinal gatherin,
all went in for a gced time and all had
it. All the decorations and arrange-
meits wre of a ind calculated to
make those tresent iy aide reeve
end felt at home.- After a short time
spent in wearing off any strangenes
" any one might feel, the program was
This cnsistedi of a numer of drills,
selections, and character representa-
tionic which were, for the mot part
worked up extemporaneously during
Tote grand march was first givets
under the direction of Mist nyder.
About fole hundred girls took part in
this. They wore no uniform cotunes
hut each wsa dresed toe suit her own
fancy. In thitl march were displayed
a large varity of caumes,-pretty,
goteque, nd unique.
The piettet ctune was undont-
edly that rprcsenting "the Michigan
irli." Ov~r a white dres she wre a
yellowc odice. Over the skirt hanging
from the waist were six or seven Mich-
igan pennant-blue field with yellow
]ieters. Two girls wore costumes over
ai hundred ears old-the stiff, plaited.
heav y skirted dresses of our great
grandimothet a with the big, generots
dignified bonnets. "Joan of Ar" wore
aceat of mail made out of silver
paper, but which loked very realistic.
She wee armed with battle ax and
sword. Lieutenant Mobson in naval
uniform rigged up fres a gym cos-
tumec was "represented. There were
several "Littie Med Riding Moods" and
three Goddesses of Liberty. two nuns,
- a monk, several flower girls. Probably
-the mst unioue figure was 'a young
xady dress ed to reproset a small baby
with a ong white gown anda little
whito htood with a ruffle in frost.
.'thea were cstume reprsnting all
other manner of p ope. All colors in
combinationt possibe and impossile
were to be seen. The drill movements'
- were weii eecuted under the direction
of Miss Snyder, lame weie vety di
Al r thes;ra marcia was over A
nu haer ao mnidu i pre acs
vwe a given. A girl who had lied ii
i a west near an Indian reervatin for
a oa br oa yart vry realistically
-e"presented an ndan siuaw anlx-
F; tedthe "son w ane' singingth
pefr ueras Scotchta se !iai' li fr,,s
hiAnder xexecuted a b ight andeng. i00ot-B allA edrl ae , sedinod-ah
ioned pantalettes recited a temperance
pce a nd :proved -a favorite. Two 'ARE THE KIND WE SELL.
burnt-corkt wenches gave "a cake-walk
and song. Lgti egt u ual n eibei
Later in the_ evening Tali danced IsLgtiteghebtdrbeon eibei
music rendered on the new piano by every respect. Our Short Rubber Boots are
various vllunteer players. Vfetsveen stylisb, neat toes, and first quality.
dances refreshments were served in the
iarlors, each group of ten going in GL SSS SH EiToEg0 SOUTH MAIN
a.' ENearly all the faculty ladies wore
present. The running trackc was well
iled witis invited guests and patroen. $18.0
essee. Some of the faculty patronesses 'i"'' 18.00
entered the grand march with their ! Sutens SUITS , Au dI
It v-as an event in wthich nearly ail FOR FOR
the n-omen in the Universi'1y lartilptd nsoew-. 1ce DF ~; t.M1 $15.00
Returns tvill be Received in Ann --
DosArbor. Dfoes not ltsot forever-we refer it.
our Special $16 00 Bait Bait which
Director Baird has made arrange- will ixet eiily ton days, We can
rrents with the opera house people tosaeysyyo'emsigaod
rcci-si the eturns of the football game sfl.syyur isigago
ean Thsatssgiving day. 'rho athletic thinig if yssi don't tahoe advantage
assoriation still hare full charge of lie of tbis extraordinary offer.
affair. Sense prominent seemlier of ascone__________________
of the faculties t-lt presid" and every-
viing xiilibe fonducted in an cederl -
nanner. The Bell Telephone Company $8.00 Id$18.00
hoe heen very generous anti offesred the SUITS -_ SUITS
aitiletic association the free use of 0 FOR - ~ --___ ___ -- FOR
litev betwteen here and Chicago. 'By FOI 1
this servic lbs returns arill hberh'taled $15.00 15.00
and complete. 'fhe athsletic-assoaciation
will make. a chsarge to pay expens-s.
All pay-itag to heor the returns -ill
receive a fre ticket to the fss sil ii ll
g.ame in the afternoeon. aTticsae is
an important one, heingths final 3nsic
in the state interscae-sic le lte.
There lire fourty-Iss~o teams in ths
league and at the firt of the season
each one sad a team trying foe the ___________________________________
pcnnant. Lott Saturday the race lead
narrowed doswn to the semi-finals its THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR
svhich Plainsa-cll heat Escanaba and
Pontiac theat Bay City. These tsvoL
rissning teanso sall play "here Thurday - A L A f q m1"
atronfothchminhpothstale. Ganse called at 2:10 ociock.
'00 Lansa Defieat Normals.
Thse setnior lasv team defeated th
Normals in a close game,'Saturday
at Yl)Siiatsi, 5 to 0. After the gas-s
the laws fought J. 5. Lathers, okt-
who is teaching elocution at te Not
mat and demanded a speech. A tat
began in whiicis the tao-ssvere ori
numbered and wvere unable to lit,
Ms~ls Agnes Kenney, '90, nosy teach
ice in Manistee, is visiting friendsL
the city fsar a fewv days.
Antseptic T'oan td Mouthi Wash,
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