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January 15, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-01-15

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

cago, that we ought to name thie plat,
for this year's game. The following
year, we play Chicago in Detroit or
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the Ann Arbor, two weeks preceeding
.Callege year,at
TEUNIEgeITYOFrCHIG Thanksgiving day. Well and good.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHISAN- only what will we do for our annual
OrFeiE: The Inland Press, Henning Block. big and money-making game on that
Both Phones. 147.
day? Run a counter attraction to
:MANAGING EDITOR. the Chicago-Wisconsin game, with li
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L. nois or Purdue? This speculation is
BUsINESS MANAGER. made on the basis of a doubtful as-
iH. HANs,'00 L. sumption that a two-year agreement
VIToas. with Alonzo will last two years.
ATHLETICS, . . . G. D. leuNsTT, '01 E However, let us hope for the best
r. R. aosasow '00 L. A. H. McDoUGALL, '01 E Whatever the situation, and however
.. ', much a may seem detrimental to us-
L. J. Mssessssssv,'00, . D'.5. ICKEY, '00M, nsrs~ a es ermna ot
it shows us all the more strongly, them
necessity of winning undisputedly,
the championship of the west.

-', Shoes to Fit all Needs
Eall tastes, all pocketbooks, even
C $. a "double A," we can find good
s shoes, and good stylish ones too,
- to fit it. We make a specialty
of getting the best it is possible
=- , _-to get, and then making the
. prices. Quality always comes
' ~first but the prices are moderate
5 /for allithat.
ass's Shoe Store
YnN T NE 0 5 om11 109 S. MAIN STREET.

The subscription price of the DALite 2.50 0
the college year, with a regular delivery before
oo chday. Naticeas, miations,ad
other siatte rintesed le' rputicoation u sta he
handed is at the DAsIY etice beoecp.m. or
mailed to the edtitor before, . sf theAay
previous to that on which they are expected to
Subscriptions may be left at the DAIsY olice,
4yer's, ors oliets new stas, or with Buseies
Masage. Suteerib~ers will cosnfe avosreeby
reporttng promptlyat this otilce any failure of
carriers to deliver paper.
All changes in advertising matter must be in
Che oface by 4 p. w. on the day previous to that
on which they are to acvear.
In charge of today's issue,
A G. BROWNE.
Let everybody get out for the track
team!
A Commendable UniversitJ.
The following is a clipping from the
Southern 'trade Record. It is certain-
ly a gratifying statement altho it
sounds very like a puff for a commis-
sion house or a soap factory. The
writer's way of stating things is some
what unusual and unexpted, but its
trend is unmistakable. -
"We have received 'several letters
from subscribers in which we are
asked to recommend the most reliable
and commendable University. We
fully realize the importance of the
subject, and the confidence which will
be reposed in our answer. We have
made a careful investigation locally,
and also referred the matter to our
representatives in all the principal
cities, and have the unprejudiced
opinions of a large number of persona
who attended same, and find the Uni-
versity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.,
is doubly worthy of credit, and the
most reliable in the United States,
and we are so favorably impressed
that we wish to make this indorse-
ment in our trade paper.
"By prompt and careful attention
to orders and courteous treatment of
students, this University has estab-
lished such a large business that they
are enabled to make closer prices than
less successful competitors. We ad-
vise our subscribers who are inter-
ested to write this institution direct.
They are of the highest commercial
standing, and well known for business
tact and enterprise, as well as integ
rity. We have no interest whatevet
in this school, except to recomment
it as the best, in accordance with the
findings of our investigation, whii t
was made without the knowledge a-
any member of the above firm, or any
person interested."
Since A. Alonzo swept through Ann
Arbor, a little speculation on the ath-
letic situation has been raging rather
freely, and the students generally have
been studying the map to find but
just where we got any the best of the
deal. As yet, they have been unable
to find the spot.
Next fall, we play Stagg's cohorts
in Chicago. Well and good, only it
would seem that inasmuch as the last
time we played Chicago was in Chi-

A iugfestkn
Whether it was due to the scatter-
ing of the clans, or to an apathy on
the part of the Michigan supporters
or to the inefficiency of the yell-
masters or the yell itself, the fact re-
mains painfully apparent that the
Michigan cheering at Chicago Thanks
giving day did not compare for an
instent with that of Wisconsin, in
volume, spontaneity, or in carrying
power. Even with the ball in WIs-
consin's territory throughout the first
half ana every Michigan ntan confi-
dent of victory, the cheering was un
pardenably poor.
A elight change in the yell has been
suggested and it is well worth every
student's while to give it some seri-
ous consideration. Instead of the
cheap sounding "t. of M. Rah! Rah!"
which is a harshly-grating discord to
every one's ear, when he stops to
dwell on it, why not have Michigan
Rah! Rah" substituted and officially
recognized and adopted by the Athletic
Association. The time-worn and un-
dignified "U. of M savors too
strongly of the "U. of M. News Stand,"
the "U. of M. Barbor Shop" or the "U.
of M. Peanut Store," to be tolerated
any longer by self-respecting students.
Michigan gets little enough credit
as it is without suffering to be called
the "Use of M." Chicago or eastern
college men never call tnis institution
"Michigan," or the "University of
Michigan," it isalways "AnnArbor.'
Ann Arbor team did well," are sam-
ples of the ways in which our con-
tempories invariably speak of us. In
Chicago, one would hear at any time,
"Do you go to Wisconsin or Ann Ar-
bor?" We cannot do away with that,
no matter how annoying it may be,
tut let us kill effectively for once and
for all, that most odious of all titles,
the "U. of M." It is appropriate to
print on the front of hats in large
letters, but that is the only good use
we know of for it.
What is the matter with
Michigan! Rah! RahI
Michigan! Rah! Rah!
Hoo Rah! Hoo Rah!
Michigan! Michigan!
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Ex-Captain Lunn, '99 E., of baseball
fame, was in town yesterday visiting
his brother. "Sally" is located with
the Edison Electric Co., at Detroit.
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Men's Fine Suits,
Men's Fine Overcoats,
Fancy Vests,
Bath Robes,
All at 1-4 Off.
....SPECIAL SHIRT SALE...
We have putt every two dollar and every one
dollar ani fifty cent shirt that we have
in the store in a bunch, your choice for
$1.15 each
AS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIALTY. SANITARY PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT wATER HEATING.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
PARTY SIS NEARLY
SON HERE
In ordering carriages why not get them where you can get your order
filled on time with a carriage. We have added five more to our
already large in" and now have the largest number of hacks in town
which will ensure you good service. Price the same.
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Phone 106.

515 East Liberty Street.

WATCH THIS SPACE FOR
ANNOUNCEMENTS.

i-'~ Po OIIGU
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To wait until you are compelled to
buy rubbers.
THE WISE MAN
buys rubbers and has them ready for
wear when occasion requires-and
has less to pay the doctor.

EUTHYMOL TOOTH PASTE AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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