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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

by subscristions sufficient to insure all
*reasonable expens enour teams eon ploy
at bore ne d wethseir supporters, can
Si ed ail I~adas reled d os515 Havethoestistaction of seeing some of
Colleg e aat

Wciukezie

THE NIERSIfY OF MCHIGAN
0orx:.Tax Ilad Pess, HesnnIng Blsck.
Both Phones, 144.
MIANAGING EDI)TOR.
F. Easoxo, '1 L
ISUSINESS MANAGER
0. I. BAssoSL.
C. D. osre,'01 , Atheics.
EDICTORS.
T.1R. Weosas, '00 L. A. H. MDnessAL, '011E
A.GBaswsE,'0. E. . B. WOO, '00,
1..J.MNT as 00I. DWOIoRs. a100 M,
The subcriptosprielthe DALY sog2.,0 foe
tellege iyeawth asregula deliseyefoe
nonec a.Notces, communisxcatisantd
theeeatte tintendd foe pblatin tasteh
handd inastts. DAL Osieeitfsra S p. in., ar
sailetd ta the edtosrefore 3 p i. of the day
pesvtos to that os whth they aeexopeted to
appar.
Sbseriptionosay bo left at the DAa'Y office,
Mepe, as Stotlet s ewtad, as withBusies
ManageSbcibes wilt oes a fao by
reporing psompty at this sffie ay faile of
elries tadeiver pae.
Alt chage is adetisittg oaters wattbe i
the ostices y 4. t. ox thoaypevioseto that
Ia whih the are to asucA".
Tonight te attnsal toess meetintts
lisp interest of atheic is to be held in
the gymsnasuim. It is te hope of tbc
oanagementsial thsiawill be well at-
tensded.
Is the easterns uniersitis te osoet-
igis one of te important and state
occsions of te ear. Prominent alum-
oi from the large cities its professional~
aooo commercial life come and speak
antoo aid the eoent loptoeir prestnce.
Ttte association here is sot ablo to haeo
cowlh an area a lumtnsi nor to tosake
it. such0a5n ocasion. tiBttste olpurpoe
is Ole sent5o arose itesrt its ai-
Icisand tooaseemoesoc oPrthoc sp
p0000t of out teanms
fle indebtedness of te Athletc As
osoailn s onowsomewhcs'at over fivo
hunoded dolars,5asdrie olots'aollole
soeanso of rasissgthe Oamont i ispy a
popsoar subscrlitoon. Tbecamountofc
indebtedneso sot year ws soaboot si-
teen hundred dollars. It to lesa tan a
thiroi of that amisoount nows imploy be-
asse of thesstsngn fisaneils mea-
eres tokonstViolring010Th'1basebsl
tearnwas omplled to10gotOalotg 05
sotfonssl;,,o'. sas h rc
teamPlo'e bseblls cheduslohd to be
oarransgedtasoit0wosl,,lorgois for financoial
reasos. CeI rtain00of0 (isogamoes-i re
plyoedoutof ioto" 1boous ts'N%ssusst
profial ostso pa- r hr. Toisis s
.sodtrtutt tooth 10tsis ' .y' 550
lstotsaw ayfProotoAnn Atbor o roatine
0000.5eV to covertho' doit
Athloetcs cannosot be epoteolto e
sel-spporting. It has been demns-
sted aodbgi anodogoiotsooat they' c.a0-
not boonadoe sot coleog ssd uiersi-
iesness thss'' sre rono oith tatso le
sd iso vie. And as soos as spost is
run on stat basis it loses all the charios
ossd ualities that belong to amsaooso
spot. It ceases to draw'to it thoe
woo love it foe its on sake. While the
moanagenment mut consider the finan-
cilo side, it should not boo compelled to
look solely to that.
It requires a round sum of money to
seet the expenso of putting a team to
the Baeld and the gate receipt in a mal
town will not meet it. Thu It becomes
necesary to play larger citee becauo
of the greater value of their gate. But
if the student body corea to the rescue

the larger gasses. Box Calf, Storm
'Phe association simsply asks that all
tgive what they eel they can spae to FOR AM EN
snake athtetics at the Unvestyl be FO
what Ohey should be. $2.00, $2
Adertised Letters. Best the worldl or weve
Owig to the act that a lorge num10- tesei
ber ooPuncslaimed letters attin.posoP-
tire are Pr students, the Pfoloing lot (GLA SS'S
oP letters advertised Oct 4 sohe.I GLI a A
given:
Atwaoter Chos..Irosoos hs to so r
OBrennan . W., lMnir lherrl.Catieovor
Theoore, Cooorsey H . It., 0Connr, R.
Cook Jamses, trige Mhargerite,Clr
F. C., Cooley E. A., Daveis, J. Bt-
sweler O. J., Psras TOhsoolsas, Raineroo.
W., I-ale A. A., Hiubert A. As., Jonsc
Thomas, King Professor, KroooeB.
Kingetty A., Kisss 15 , Krauth Jno
Gt. Lewis Joe, Lawrence tD, Mahoney
Joerome, Mason F. It,, Mo'sMos. O1liet
E,, Morton RoscoecI., Murrill Os.
Nichooto . H., Noble Alex., hPiney J.
V., Spaulding T. Mt., leadro an .~k,
Seward Mes., Vernon Mrs. CareceocB,
Van Riper Menry, Warreno Mrs. W.in., +
White Grace A., Wight Inoo,eZrtoc J.
Irwin.
Foreig.-Canfield XW.
Package-Wilcoxt W,.
Geo. H. Pond, P'. M.
Communication
1'clitor U. of M. Daily:
The roaches con.stantly compliofoil
the croding of the spectators out ot .
lte hield, orhich .seriousy inteferossoith
the coaohinog of the team. The manaoge-
mlent lossmadeo efforts to keoo the
crowdolbck,,souls indefiniteosuc50s ' '0 pae R
lDoring thoe next Pe days thesoffillers =&0~5~It
o1 the Atlootic Asoctation switt request_
thse speroators to keep off the toel.IP
this is tot cospied with, on next t os ,ns- jX B
loop thoegate of thtleti Isd ,i, othseoli-tudets
be shut oand practicemaode secet Al0 VI I RPIiotXIEI
tersons tot iso footbatl uniform mist sppil ty low boo
keep back of the wire and at no tinoc thiPKIL RC
attenopt to cross the hield. The sceSs Von Hot Constittion
Wilsons Work, 2 vl
of the Varsity footboalt teamn demandos State Trials
that lhiss be ooe. Curran Speeches
pCose. Baoiri. Call folos Cotta
HISTOL(OGY, Ann Arbor Brana
BIOLOGY, 340 S
BACTERs ILOG tiY GAS AND ELLC
Lao. tinaset.
Organe tergoods.
WOe garosoosots he psoles'
J. J. QU IRY,
Redeseofthte ITor li as'swillwsO re
whor, nb rrrptosCan be lft fortes tiso'r se 1
DustY. stoolforosuecshsotes r lingdsilileas th'
D erit FteoPess, Dtreloit T'beios, iDetroi ge.x,0. . , .,
lvening Newes and C'ticago Now Yootkosnd aproent
Toedo pap5es. Pesoss olydooieeeasi to allprts N 50005 000
ofethe ety Ole.1i North Moistree, Pakerand Waer
Pt
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UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
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