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_. MANAGING EDITOR.
F. EGEL Asas, 01 L..
ATLITICS,.. . G. D. IUDNoTT, '01 E
T. 5. Woonoow, '51 L. A. II. HcDOoGALL~,'0l E
AG. BONE'0.OE. J. B. WOO, '00,
L.J.SOTGoxoson,'00, W. ID. HIlcKn, 'Ox,
The ahscption peice of the tALss92.50 Ofo
the colege yea, wih a reglae deliey bhoroe
noon end' day. Notcescomunoicatios, ani
othec ia~exalintended oe pblintioneat ho
handed i at the DALsY oielabfoe S p m., 0r
mailed to the edtce efoco 0 p.a.oxitho dlay
pevios to thaI on which thy aeexected to
8ahcipiienesonay be lot at the Dses'ooie,
31eye', cc tollto oowtaed, xrwith Boinee
- Manage. Oxlcriciheowll cone avoee y
rprting posply asithis ofie any failre o
carrescto delie pape.
All hange i advtiin smate enet e in
the of0c by a ip. 01of)the fay pevos to that
an whch they ae io ixe.
The Conference oi Seen.
The call for the conference of the
even colleges of the middle west hsa
been made for half past ten on the
morning of December 1, at the Chicago
Beach hotel. At thin confeence the
reprentatives of Michigan, Wiscon-
al, Illinois, Chicago, Northwestern,
Purdue and Minnesota Univeritien
meet to discuss the athletic situation in
thin ection of the country and to unite
upon some deinate plan of action for
the maintainance of a high standard of
amaturiom and scholarship. The 11ll
has heen made thin year by Prof. C.
A. Waldo. of Purdue University wise
officiated ao chairnman of the confer-
ance a year ago. Michigan's board of
control met last night and elected Prof.
A. . Patengill to represent on next
Come matters of importance are to
come up chief among which is the on-
sideration -of the application of a foy
more universitis for representaion in
the conference. Notre Dame, Indiana
and IowaaUniveritie will make such
application and in all probability thei
requests will be granted. For there is
-really no power vested in the confer-
ence and it would appear most ungac-
ius to rfuse admissin to a body
-which has no powers of legislation. It
can do nothing, can pass no rule nor
adopt any policy that will be indlg
upon the respective instiutos which
have representation. Ito sole object is
to initiate legislation by recommend-
iss to the various boards of control of
athletics and much good has been ac-
complished by it in this manner. lta
aim is to have influence for pure ath-
letics and to extend this influence as
widely as posible and certainly it
can do tisl better with ten members
than it can with seven.
Another matter propoed for consid-
eratiocn by this conference is the ap-
pr oval of a list of men from whom the
officials of intercollegiate games shall
be selIected. 'he adoption of any sch
esulutfon is iot oxscertain -as the ad-
mission of new members by sy means.
And ven though it should be dopted
by the onference it is not at all likely_
that the various boards of control will
fall in line For the mmbers of this
onference who are all faculy mem-
bes are nt placed in.a position to
oame the men svo shall act an oic-
THE SUtNIYVER~SITY' 01F'MICHLIGAINDAILY.
Lewis C. Carson, svho was grodoact
art andin2 55w i th th egre eed Af H igh S a d r
tsdin 189 with n eg e reheof
10.ster of arts, leanbecu appoentedl an of seil is clothes mating is gaincd
asistant in philosophy, with salary, only by Contisnos Effort. Andl so it is in clothes dealineg. It cc-
inO Harvard University. Mr. Carsonl in quices coentinseffcolt on our pact to selectl thoa hick is bent from
studying for his master's degree took the slacks of thc many clolhes moakecs is Ibis country.
op thse subjects, history of philosophy,
philosophy of religion and isociology. STEIN BLOGH CLOTHING
In lOB3 he received che degree of bach- is witkhot question thec finest pco-
elor of arts from Harvard university. daced and is aheaod inevcey cespsect of the acecage neade to-ocder
Proftsor cMerinz Levi, of the depart- garments, at1 oh 01 one-half the price. It is that kind of clothing
ment of Romance losuaEssocs is now whlchkthe best drcessers see lookiog for, sod realizing this fact we
engaged upon proof-shoals of an cdi- haee this seasone purchased an unusual Large Stock of Stein Bloch Snits
lien, of Holdlere's LAvare. The work asd Overcoaanareein positionstIcfIt all shapes aesd forms feoma
will contain an introduetion dealing oueaegniicente liele of Ibis high grade makt.
with 11-e life of thse author and thce
sources or the ploy. It will be issued Best Line of Furnishings and Caps.
by Heath & Co., Boston.
Professor Clack, head of the deport- Always come to us for the proper thing.
inent of philosophy of Trinity Colleg-e,-, --
Toronsto, will lectore before the Philo-
seophicael Society, Friday December 13
'The title of Ike oaddress is the Forma- Lindens1ch-mitt & A fe
tioes of Public Opinion. The meetien_________________________________
will be held in the leture room of Toll- ,-
pan M~ali at 4:15 p. im. Prar v yrs CaM pus
A football souvenier calendar made t perne etra.I a
Isr saracveos el adycoItas a i
areaattaclie cverand ontins \~~tI~J*~444* Fench Cook in Charge
pieture of the football squsd, all Inc.
individual mnembers of the 'Varsity, FURNSIHES FIRST-CLf-ISS BOARD.
pictures of Fitzpatriek, Ferbert, Hen- REGULAR BOARD $2-75- fIRAL TICKETS $3.00. Short
ninger, Verdier and Day, besides en-any ortlers prompatly filled. Fresh flu me Madote Candy nosy on hanel
cadu io s )05waith the fao Sponge Caramiel a specialty. Pop corn balls
Jest the thing for Hiehigan rootes. adslepentnorad.C teiadtrtem
Oea sole in U'niversity Hall and the an at'pauonw edy oi nadtytsm
Book ste~reos. Price, 5t cents. t
tOver 'l0 diffeet hee., AtiV
Its a foolish man who won't help his
friends when he can do so with no cost
This proposition is a simple one. If
you buy wvhat you -vant of either of the
'followving firms, you ran got a voe for
every too cets' wvorth purchased. You
con cast these votes for any school,
lodge, ehuech or society in the cily.
Thec orgeaiaotions which revolves the
most votes before Feb. 2thtl, next, will
be presented aitis an elegant $30
W. S. PARKER
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D 7n't wait till they are alli gone. Ladies heavy winter
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Patronize these merchants and thuls
KOCK furniture, carpets. picture
fr'ms, m ouldings, trunks and
WAHR & MILLER Shoe.
IN-4EY & SEABOLT' Groceries.
G510. H.ALLE~iR Jewelor.
LAM1Ii& SPENCP1I Grocers S. St
M IRULIG &,,-4 H MIDQHardware.
DAVI* & 8RA IdOL'' Grocery.
HI KUSEL llROo lHakers.
MILLER & PRAY Groicers.
H. '. ELING VR Fair Stove.
JOHNS ON & CO. Groceries and
Mleats, Foest 01ave.
Tie ANN ARBSOR MUSIC CO.
C. A. HEN IRICKC SM ilinary.
GOODRICH WXALKER & MIJR-
PHY 'Tailolrs. over First Nat. Bank.
W. N. SALIASBURY D)ruggist,
Its a foolish woman who won't help
her triepds when she can do so with no
cost to herself.
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