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January 17, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-01-17

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_Rfield of prospective and available men osFi
competent to fill this office is very c all tastes, all pocketbooks, even
Patatatted natty (Suadays a cepted) dartag the narrow almost meagre. Work on the a "double A," we can find good
College yea, at , a"ouleA" eca fn go
CO F g IyeAt . annual has been at a standstill for a + shoes, and good stylish ones too,
THE UIVERSIY OF MICHIGAN. month because of the lacK of a leader. to fit it. We make a specialty
OriacE: TheIla Pess, Henning Block. Vigorous measures must now be taken I - of getting the best it is possible
Both Phots. 147. . . h es ti
__ . to make the publication a success. to get, and then making the
MANAGING EDITOR. Nobody was anxious to accept such a prices. Quality always comes
F.ENGELHAR,'atL. responsibility. All ambitious persons ,I, first, but the prices are moderate
nOIN ss MANAGER. had ample time to declare themselves. a .+ for all that.
The newly eected managing editor 4.
promises to give his time and talent
JDSTORS. . to the work and unless somebody
ATHLETICS, . . . G. D. llUNUTT,'01 E from the section whch is rightfully /
" R. aWoonnow, 'O L. A. H. MeDOuGALL,'01 E entitled to the position noes more than 109 S. MAIN STREET.
A. G. BnOwNE. '02. E. J. B. Wo, '00, anyone has yet done by activity seek e.*
.J. MONTGOMER,'00, W. D. HICKEs, '00M, ing the position. why complain of wha
is the best unuer the circumstances. F o r the + + t +
Senior Class Social.
The social of the senior class Economical Buyer
- whsichs is to se held Saturday, January
The subsception price of the DAL s $2.50 2 27 promises to be the most enjoyable
the collefe yea, with a regar delivery efor
n 0o 51'ea day. Notice s,e star c yataa beanc affair of thee year in that line. It Men's Fine Suits,
other matter intended for publication must be will be the last informal -ancing party Men's Fine Overcoats,
handed in at the DAILY uotice before 8 p. m., or of the semester and this fact alone
mailed to the editor before 3 p m. of the day Fancy Vests,
pevios cta that on which they sreaexpectetd to will induce many to attend i for no
pae. other reason, to acquire a few finish' Bath Robes,
Subscrilption may be left at the DALY oice, ing touches before the Junior hop.
Ateyer's, or Stottilet's newstad, or with Businees Though it is a class social the attend- at -
Manager. 8bscribers will confer a favor by ance will not by any means be restric-
epoitipomptly at tisitosftseayailtres o ___________________
carierstode i erpe oes p ted to members of the class. Besides
Alltitoesit.socetiiat aoate tateti athe seniors who will certainly attend,
the sicee itv4rp.ito the day petoaus that all other students will be heartily wel- ....SPECIAL SII T SALE
on whicht tev are to aseear. comed. The music for tie dancing
will be a special feature. It is ex-
The acton of t.e athletic board in pected that it will be of a much bet- We have ilt every two dollar and every one
ter quality than usually furnishes the dollar and fifty cent shirt that we have
establishing sinking funds for various accomplishment to the light fantastic it ihe stire it a btach, your choice ftr
purposes is a wise policy. The idea at such affairs. The orchestra will be
of a sinking fund for the purpose of large and able to be tearl in all $1.15 each
lu,,iatg grandstands is especially parts of the building. All of Baibour
commnda egratds tn yiseseciayGymnasium will be used. The admis-
comoedable. tt is not only a gratifi- sion, however, will be the same as at
cation to college pride to have a well all class socials, fifty cents per couple.
equipped athletic field but it is also -
necessary to the financial success of a Our Side in the Debate toith Minne-
college's athletics. When a college sota.
plays a game away from its own The question for debate between
grounds,. besides losing the advantage the UniversityiofnMichigan and the
University of Minnesotais Ar the
of vigorous partisan support it has economic advantages of trusts sAuch as A ND ELE C LIGHTING SUPPLIES SHADES
to bear the burden of rental and other to warrant their existence under theLI
expenses. lf tnis costly item is to law." - Sides are chosen by lots drawn PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
be eliminated, we must ..ave the facil- by the representatives of the co- A SPECIALTY. SANITARY PLUMBING, sTEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING.
testing Universities on the graduate
ities for playing on our own grounds. committee in Chicago. Prof. True- J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
Moreover, since the situation in west- blood yesterday received the folo
ern college athletics has improved, we ing telegram from W. T. Apmadoc,
will daring certain years have the opth secretary
te mittee: oftegautco PA NERL
portunity of designating the location "Michigan will have the affirmative HERE
for playing our biggest game. We side on the trust question."
must not be caught in the condition of The debate will be held in Stue- In ordering carriages why not get them where you can get your order
not having an available field with the baker Hall on April 6. Each of the filled on time with a carriage. We have added five more to our
dbfour Universities in the Central De- already large lin and now have the largest number of hacks in town
equipment for handling a large crowd. bating League has appropriated fifty which will ensure you good service. Price the same.
Grandstands are a costly improve- dollars, making a total of two hundred
meat and they cannot be built at dollars, for advertising purposes. In-
moment's notice or paid for out oa the vitations will be sent to the friendt H O 14 V r41(Y
of the four Universities who will thus
receipts of a single season. Those at htave first chance for seats. The ar- Poae tee
the University of Chicago, for which rangements are in charge of North- 515 East Liberty Street.
we helped pay, cost between $10,000 western and Chicago who will provide
and $15,000. For us to make tech an for the conveniences of the visiting
delegations. The presiding officer hastti/
expenditure requires the preparation not yet been decided on.
and measures which the athletic board
passed last night. Engineering Society. STUDENTS' LECTUR E ASSOCIA-
Saturday evening of this week the
Unknown to the students, a state of Engineering Society will have Mr. H. TI CO"RSE TICKETS
war exists here at the University. S. Anderson give the address. He will
tell of the practical work of over-
This fact is well known to the aureate bauling a locomotice in the repair
metropolitan dailies and the readers shop and as such a talk it will be re-
in Chicago and Detroit, no doubt, im- plete with valuable information to all )
agine that the fraternities and inde- engineers, mechanicals in particuatr.
Mr. Anderson is a new member of te $1.50 REDUCED TO $1.5Q
pendants arc trying to exterminate engineering fctlty, this being hoc
each other by powder and steel or first year at Michigan.
other more subtle methods. Two
events, rather elections, have aroused The grand march at the house-warm-a
floe yellow-ktd correspondents. The lug Friday evening will be an aitrac
tive feature. It will form in the Her- SOUSA'S BAND
elections in the junior class and ot boaur Gymnasium promptly at nine and Six Other
the Michiganensian board are the o'clock, at which time the doors will Fle Numbers for -'
causes. be opened into the Waterman Gymna-
Of this latter, we wish to speak. It simn, where dancing will contae
is true that the offices on this board (3,'y:
rotate between the laws, the literary T
independents and the fraternities. ' - - WILL CARLETON, UNIVERSITY HALL, WEDNES-
Every year each section has a differ- Aniseptic Tooth and t ontwah,
ent office. This year the office of 2 eBotle. DAY EVENING, JANUARY 17.
managing editor went to the literary EuthymoI
independents who elected a man to
fill the position. As this man re- Tooth Paste
signed and left college, the whole
board of editors this week elected his Apucarsand relialeDetrifcet c jTo wait until you are compelled to
successor. The newly elected man- TOOTH BRUSHES TO MATCH buy rubbers.

aging editor being a fraternity man -~-,--l - THE WISE MAN
gives the fraternities two of the offices Q U A R R Y S buys rubbers and has them ready for
this year. Consequently tue discus wear when occasion requires-and
sion, but hardly a bitter fight. ,APt'HD'UG SToIW APRILL'S SHOE STORE has less to pay the doctor.

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