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THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

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Pubiehed DUaily (Su day excepdd eting the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OrricE: The Inland Preps,BHenning Block.
Both Phones 14a.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
O. H. HANe, '00L.
EDITORS.
ATHLETICS, . . G. D. HoNUTT, '015E.
T. R. WOODeOw, '00 L. A. H. McDOUGALL,'51 1E
A. G. Banwx. '02. E. J. B. Wac, '00,
L..RaoeaaaEaRY, '00, W. . HIlREo, 'cc2,
.H. JERNEGAN,'00L. WA. KNIGHT, '01L.
The subscription price of the AILT is $2.50 for
ha college year, with aregular deliveryhefoe
aeon each ay. Ntice, comuicatioa, ad
other matter intended for publication must be
handed in at the DAILY office before S p. m., or
mailed to the editor before 3 p, i. of the day
pWevioue to that on which they are expected to
appear.
SIahscriptions may be left at the DAILY itoce,
yer's, or Stofiet's newtand, or with Business
anrger. Souhcrier will cooner a falvor y
mosrting promptly at thks offce ay failre at
carriers to deliver paper.
All changes in advertising 0catter must be in
the aofoc by a p. i. onthe ay previo 1 to that
on which tuev are to auucear.
Contest for Presidenc of Demo-
cratic Club.
The Democrats of the University are
becoming ttore ad more interested in
the eletont of officers to e held tomor-
row. This election will undoubtedly
be the most interesting and largely at-
tended one the Democrats have held for
many years. This interest has been
aroused 1" the strong canvass tat is
being made -.y ine two tickets mi the
field. As a result of several caucusses
two tickets have been nominated. They
are known as the Hughes ticket and
Means ticket from te tso canisates
for president. Te full lst of candida
tes is given eloss.
HUGHES TICKET.
For President:
J. R. Hughes, o L., of Fayette,M is-
For first rice-president:
Harry J. Sproat, 'ot E., of Grand
Rapids.
For second vice-president:
Todd Ward, '03 M., of M tount Ver-
non, 111.
For secretary:
R. B. Huston, 'os, of Ann Arbor.
For treasurer:
Dean W. Kelley, 'o2 L., of Evart,
Mich
MEANS' TICKET.
For president:
Lieut. Rice W. Means, ist Colo, 't L.,
of Denver, Colo.
For first vice-president:
C. B. Fulkerson, '02 M., of Three
Rivers, Milch.
For second vice-president:
A. D. Rogers, '02 D., of Grass Lake,
Mich.
For secretary:
L. E. Mills, '02, of Ann Arbor.
For treasurer:
G. . Diez, '2 L., of Gilmal, Il.
Both factiots are making a thorough
canvass which insures a large attend-
ance. The contest will be a spirited one
and probably pretty close.
The election will be held at 2 p. tn.
tomorrow in the auditorium of New-
berry hall.
Papers at the School-Masters Club.
Among the papers to be presented at
the meeting of the Michigan Schoooas-
ters' Club to be held in Ann Arbor,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March
29, 30 and 31, is one by Professor Henry
C. A iaims of the department of political
economy of the Uriversity on the sub-
ject, The Relation of College E llcation
to a Business Career. Another paper
will be the Legal Status of th Teachers
by Professsor Floyd R. Mechell of the
law department of the UniversyS.
Chicago Students Suspended.
Suspension from the University of
Chicago for six months was the penal-
ty which President Harper and the fac-
ulty decided on for C. A. McCarthy,
leader of the Glee club, and Peerley
Freeman, a soloist of the club, for vio-
lating the rules of the club in regard
to class standing. Leader McCarthy
was suspened because as leader he per-
mitted Freeman to appear in a concert
at Ravenswood two weeks ago.

Athletic Association Hop.
There is every indication that the Ath-
letic Association dance tonight in Water-
man gymnasium will be as successful as
the former one this year. The dancin
will commence promptly at 8:15 o'clock
and continue until midnight. The U.
of M. band will furnish the music and
alternate waltzes and two-steps will be
played. It is hoped that twenty-five
numbers can be given, but it may be im-
possible to get these in the required time.
Among the chaperons will be Mrs.
Hutchins, Mrs. Vaughan, Mrs. Knowl-
ton, Mrs. Pattengill, Mrs. McLaughlin.
Admission will be one dollar per couple.
Inter-Societyj Cup Debate.
The preliminaries leading up to the
Inter-Society cup debate began last night
in the Webster Society when her first
thirty-six men debated ; the rest to fin-
ish Saturday evening. The other three
societies hold their first trials Saturday
evening.
On April 13, the Jeffersonian meets
the Adelphi and Webster the Alpha Nu,
the final being held May ii.
The Jeffersonian holds the cup from
last year and will vet up a stiff fight to
retain it,
The Phi Delta Theta fraternity will
give its annual banquet at Detroit tonight
at the Hotel Cadillac.
IN THE Ist SET OF
FOURS
That's where we place our busi-
ness and where we intend to
keep it. Though we do not
parade the fact at as great length
as some do, we are just as strong
and just as long in quality and
efficiency as any in the state.
QUARRY'S
C~iSPa RGS.c 'tR D'Tt'I cORE~.
The Guarantee on
SHIRTS
is not all that makes them good-
it's the material in them-the way
they fit-the amount of value you
get for
ONE DOLLAR
At Your Furnisher or Clothier
CLUETT. PEABODY & CO.
(Sucesor to cluett, Cow Q Co.)
Makers
ATHENS THEATRE
Friday March 23rd
The Rays in
"A Hot Old Time"
The Funniest Yet
Prices, - 25, 35, 50, 75.
Seats now on Sale
Comming-AI. 0. Fields Minstrals
JOHN F. HASKETO T. DEWITT2ALLEN,
223 So. Ingall St. 720 S. 12th
New State Phone 436. New State Phone 2903-r
Tie
Campus~ P1oto~raplers
Baveafullline of U. of M. and Ann Arbor
Views. Make a specialty of Students' Rooms
and Flashlight Work, at reaonable prices.
Views on sale at Calkins',Schedee', Loelles
Edwards Bros. and Schaller's Bookstore.

- - ' -A Gentleman's Feet...
do not have to be crowded into
uncomfortable shoes in order to comply
with the laws of fashion.
Fashion has become decidedly lenient.
Perhaps not permanently so, but we won't
worry about the future. At $2.98 a pair
we guarantee to furnish an ultra-fashionable
and more comfortable shoe than can be pur-
chased elsewhere at an equal price. And
our guarantee means: your money back if
you want it.
i9
GLASS'S SHOE STORE
Open e. en s 109 S. Main
8iTfLIMLR &1U['RTBl
E WISH we could tell you
just what day we will open,
but we don't know it our-
selves-but it will be near April 1st.
Whenever we're ready to do business
bear in mind that we will have noth-
ing but new goods and cash basis
prices to offer............... .
GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
POR TABL E L AMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIALTY. SANITARY PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING.
J. F. SCHUH., 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
,,IIOLMES' LIVERY...

FINE COACHES
AND
COUPES

For Parties, Receptions Etc.
Good and Prompt Service Guaranteed

S. L. oA.COURSE
TENTH ANNUAL ORATORICAL CONTEST
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 23.
Contestants
F. L. CHURCH, C. C. SHOYER,
A. J. HOLLAND, J. A. MONTGOMERY,
G. W. MAXEY, W. J. ZIMMERS.
FIRST HONOR: Chicago Alumni Medal and seventy-five dollars.
SECOND HONOR: Fifty dollars.
Contest to begin at at 8 o'clock, sharp. Admission, 50c

PI' s o rP116O 0 F
APRILL'S SHOE STORE

To wait until you are conpelled to
buy rubbers.
THE WISE MAN
buys rubbers and has them ready for
wear when occasion requires-and
has less to pay the doctor.

POCKET SCISSORS FOR 250 AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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