THE UN IVER6ITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY
2 THE UNIVERSITY O~ MICHIGAN DAILY
W. O; j +a
Pablisied Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
orrcE: TheItand Pes, ,Henning Block.
Both Phonee, 147.
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L.
O. H. HANs,'05L.
ATHLETICS, . . . G. D. HDNTT,'01 E
T. R. WOODROW, '00 L. A. H. MCDoUGAL,'l E
A. G. BROWNE. '02. E. J. B. WooD, '00,
L. J. MONTGOMERY,'00, W. D. HIcKEY, 'at M,
The eubscrpti o pice at tle DiLY S 0.5.
the coleg year, wti a regla deliay betsr
noon each day. Noic , o ca niations, and
otherterain tndd tr pblictonlamot be
handed in at the DAILY oflice before 8 p. . or
mailed to the editor before 3 p, .n. of the day
previous to that on which they are expected to
br ipiorns aybe IftattheDA ILec ece,
etteres, or Sofe ianewtond, oawihnuiBeas
Manager. Sobcribers will confer a favor by
reporingpromaplya01rthis ofice any failure ofa
carriers to dlier paee.
All changes in advertisin matter mst1 be in
the office by 4 p. mn. on the ay previous to that
on which they are to auear.
Yale Uniersitg Registration.
The annaal catalogue of Yale Uni-
versity, which was made Wednee-
day, shows an attendance of 2517, an
increase <f six over that of last year.
The atterdance by departments is as
follows: Academic Department, 1224;
Scientific Department, 57; Graduate'
School, 281; Law School, 195; Medical
School, 135; Department of Mosic,
107; Divinity School, 100; Art School,
90; total, 2709; deduct for names in
srted twi,.e, 188; total, 257.
The Daily wishes to direct the at
tention of the students of the Uni-
versity to the call for candidates to
the track team, who are to meet in
the gymn-sium tonight. Interest in
track athletics should be rampant this
spring, as the members who make
the team will receive advantages
never before offered. Toe induce-
ment for retting out and working for
the team is greater than ever before.
A long scedadule of meets has been ar
rangeu ani we are to go up against
many of our rival colleges. It be-
hooves Michigan to put a strong team
in the field. We must occupy the
first place in track athletics this year.
New men who have any degree of
ability whatsoever must come to the
meeting tonight, give their names to
the captain or coach, and then do their
best to win points for their University.
Sacrifices must be made if necessary.
If they are made in a loyal effort to
improve Michigan's enances on the
track, this University will not fail to
notice the sacrifice and the man who
Sousa's Band and six other fine
numbers on S. L. A. Course for $1.50.
The second dance of the assembly
The Scientific club held a very pleas-
ant meeting Saturday evening at the
home of Prof. Geo. W. Patterson, on
S. University ave.
Professor T. C. Trueblood has been
elected president of Huron Council,
No. 402, National Union.
Will Caleton on S. L. A. Course,
Wednesday evening, January 17th .
series will be given at Granger's nexti
Friday evening. The third and last
one will occur some time in March.
About 20 members have enrolled
for the new class to study mission
work at the University Y. M. C. A.,
under the tutorship of the Rev, W. M.
Forest. The class is to study Green-
land and other out of the way places
Oracle out Todaq.
The annual sophomorepublication
appeared this morning. The book is
a couple of months later than usual in
Judgedvby the standard of former
Oracles the number can be said to
be but fair. The literary matter by
students is weak. The book has an
attractive cover in colors.
The leading article is an interest-
ing one by Prof. Wenley, entitled "A
Glimpse of the Scottish Sophomore."
in which he describes with graphic
illustrations some of the unique fea-
tures and customs of life in the Scot-
Miss Helen Bender has an article
on "The Barbour Gymnasium, in
which she speaks of the advantages of
gymnasium work to women and gives
a brief sketch of the work that is
being done in that line in our gym-
The other literary matter consists
of a short article on "Women's Clubs,"
a poem, three stories, the class poem
by Miss Edna F. Cumming, an-I
'1902's Prophecy," by Miss Vive B.
Perrin. The prophecy is very clev-
erly written and introduces several of
the most notorious members of the
A full list of the usual class orga-
nizations is given with half tone cuts
of the class officers. Captain McLean
contributes his views of track ath-
letics in a page article. The grind
department falls below the standard
set by previous editions. This one
departmer.t is generally regarded as
the only excuse the publication hac
ftr existing but this year's number
can rest oo no such foundation. The
edition concludes with an alphabetical
list of the I ames of the sophomores.
The boarc of editors is as follows
P. E. iBursley, editor in-chief; R. C.
McIroy, business manager; J. O. Em
erson, H. 0. Willis, A. H. Roth, A. G.
Browne, N W. Snow, F. W. Thurnan,
Miss Lena C. Smith, and Miss Estelle
Sol Smith Russell's Great Plat.
The advance sale of seats for "A
Poor Relation," Sol Smith Russell's
famous play, which will be presentel
at the Atnens Theatre next Saturday,
promises to be unusually large, but
this is generally the case wherever
the play is seen. A very strong cast
has been secured by Manager Fred G.
Berger, in fact, with the exception of
Frank J. Keenan, who among all the
actors in America was chosen to suc-
ceed to Mr Russell's parts, it is the
same (company that supported the
eminent comedian himself, until his
necessary retirement for a needed
rest, and the play will be mounted
with the same scenery and stage set-
tings used by Mr. Russell. There is
an indefinable touch of human kinli-
ness in "k Poor Relation." It appeals
to the simpliest and best emotions.
Its dialogue is always good crisp and
fresh. It overflows with humor and
rich treat is in store for theatre goers
out in light the irresistable comedy
that permeates the whole play. A
pathos, that act as shadows bringing
on Saturday evening next.
I LD ENGLISH
STAEBLER & CO.,
301 S. MAIN ST.
,=a ri Sr r~r-=#=r = .ma
Parker's C ampus
C afe......+ French Cook in Charge
FURNISIES FIRST-CLISS BOARD.
REGULAR BOARD $2.75. 1lEAL TICKETS $3.00. Short
orders promptly filled. Fresh Home Made Candy now on hand
with the famous Sponge Caramel a specialty. Pop corn balls
and salted peanuts now ready. Come in and try them.
W S. PARKER
709 N. University Avenue
++++++++++++++++++++++++++ , rrl$121
-7 7,Fy, " .x- .
Stabler's Art Store 217 So. 4th Ave.
New State, 173.
1JFOR TH E WINT ER
At the low rate of
Tempting Morsel that the lover 25 cents per month
of fine confections cannot resist isLEON SHAW, - 117 E. Ann St.
our luscious chocolate we make at
200 East Washington and 316 South
State sts. Everything in the candy TypewriterCopyin
line in purity you'll find at Hangster-
fer's. Only 1 per 100 Words.
+++++..+.,+++-+-.-.--....- SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
707 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIALTY. SANITARY PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING.
J. F. SCHUH., 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
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 line and now have the largest number of hacks in town
which will ensure you good service. Price the same.
515 East Liberty Street.
STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIA-
TION COURSE TICKETS
$1.50 REDUCED TO $1.50
SOUSA'S BAND * -"
and Six Other
Fioe Numbers for
WILL CARLETON, UNIVERSITY HALL, WEDNES-
DAY EVENING, JANUARY 17.
Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, Dress Suit Cases
Every Description. TRUNK AND VALISE REPAIRING at Lowest Prices.
HORSE FURNISHING GOODS.
307 South Main Street. ANTON TEUFEL.
EUTHYMOL TOOTH PASTE AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.