VOL. X No. 1. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 189 99. Eta T PAGES.
THE DAILY SCHOLARSHIPS
EARN YOUR OWN WAY.
Why We Offer Money to Students
Fine Fall and Winter
Suitings, Golf: Suits,
DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY
We Carey the Largest
In the City.
109 EAST WASHINGTON ST.
Tlhe U. of M. DAILY reached over
2,500 students every day last year.
T'e effect offaculty announcements
and the returns on want and other
ads. warranted the management in
makingthisclaim, but to back thery
with fact a canvass of snbscribess was
made as to the number who read each
paper delivered ; the result was as
The DAILY has no objection to
reaching 2,500 students-its ambition
is to come in contact with every one
of the 3,500 who will be here this
year, but it enters an emphatic pro-
test against having 2,500 students
read 500 papers. We don't want five
students reading one paper ; what we
desire is every nan his own copy.
How to reach this end? Not by
begging for your support, a good
thing is always supported. The
Last year this offer was made by FOOTBALL OUTLOOK.
the DAILY and a large number of
hustlers responded. The result was Prospects forSuccessfulSeason Ex-
that the DAILY carried the largest cellent Considering. Circum.
subscription list in its history, and a stances.
number of students were helped It is too early in the season to get
through their college year by good a definite line on the prospects of
hard cash from the DAILY's till. Michigan's turning out a winning
MICHIGAN'S ROLL. football team. But the management
and coaches are agreed that, consid-
ering the fact that only five of last
Present Indications Point to an In- year's team have returned, the pros-
creased Attendance. pects are exceedingly bright. The
The DAILY reporter last evening loss of Cunningham at center, Baker
made the rounds of the campus gath: and France at guard, Avery at tackle,
ering data as to the attendance for Bennett at end, Widman at half, and
the coming year. From all iidica- Caley at full, is a very heavy one.
tions, the number of students will be But a numberof playersonlast year's
greater than last fall. The probabil- second eleven will return and the nu-
ity is that this year will be a record- cleus of a team can be selected from
breaker. Faculty members had the the following men, who will be here:
following to say: Brown, center; Allen, Kramer, Over-
Dean Hudson: smith, guards; Capt. Steckle, White,
"It is too early to pass an opinion McDonald, Juttner and Larmo i, tack-
as to the attendance; but judging les; Snow, Hicks, Richardson, ends;
from the correspondence during the Talcott, Street, quarter; McLean,
summer, it will be very large." Teetzel,Wiitcomb, halfbacks; Keena,
Sec. Wilcox: McDonald, fullback.
"So far the registration has been Dickey, '02 Eng., who did not
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+ you want and we know that
atheprices are right. Our
cases for five instruments4
f are very neat and conven-
ient and were gotten up ac-
cording to suggestions from
For all Departments, Law
and Medical Books. Bring
in yocr old books for ex.
change. College Stationery
and Blank Books, all prices.
Writing by the pound at
15, 20 and 25c. Make our
stores your headquarters.
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U. OF M. DAILY SCHOLARSHIPS
EARN YOUR OWN WAY
To aid worthy students and to increase its subscs iption list, THE U. o M. DAILY will give the
TO EVERY STUDENT OBTAINING
500 Paid-up Sibscriptiois......................... ..................$300.00
450 " c. ..... .... ..220.00
30 0 -"--------. -.- -----------. ---....... -..................................... 15 0 .0 0
20 0 c' c ........... ................................................................... 90 .0 0
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Get your subscription blanks at DAILY OFFICE any evening 7 to 8.
(This offer was made last year by the DAILY and several students realized handsome
$827.50 simsfor their work. Payment was made in cash.) $8 75
DAILY is a good thing and we believe
that if the matter isplaced before you
properly you will want it for yourself.
In order to effectively call your atten-
tion to the question we must have men
to talk to you and nothing secures
good men like money. That's what
the offer on this page is for, to get
good men to talk "DAILY" to you,
and you will do the rest.
A word as to the offer itself. Itis
bona fide, every student turning in
the requisite number of paid-up sub-
scriptions will receive the scholarship
mentioned in cash-real, hard metal.
It is unlimited, any student may work
for a scholarship, the more, the bet-
ter. Lastly, its purpose is two-fold,
to aid worthy students andto increso
our subscription list. Do you need
money ? Then call at the DAILY of-
fice any evening between 7 and 8 for
subscription blanks and get right to
quite brisk. The reports from other
Michigan colleges, Olivet and H. A.
C. for example, show an increased at.
tendance. We may therefore con-
clude that the enrollment will be
" The enrollment has been very
good. This being a prosperous year,
we may expect a large attendance.
Our correspondence during the sum.
mer was very heavy."
TaE Daily will next appear on the
opening day of the college year,
Sept. 26, from which date it will con-
tinue regularly with its daily issues.
For one week the DAILY will be free
Prof. J. B. Davis conducted a sur-
vey on the St. Clair Flats during the
latter part of the summer. -
play last year but who will this fall
let the coachiers have the use of his
210 pounds while lie tries for the cen-
ter position. He was one of the best
players on Niles High School tea.n
two years ago, and knows the game.
Barkabus, who will enter the law
department. He weighs 205 pounds
and has played on the Kalamazoo
High School team, as guard, for sev-
Luther Day of Canton, Ohio, who
played quarterback on Kenyon Col-
lege team last fall. He is an expe-
rienced player and will makea strong
hid for his usua position.
Weigel of Toronto, who weighs 175
pounds, will try for tackle. He has
played the old association game for
several years and is a magnificent
punter. It will not take him a long
time to learn the Rugby game. He
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