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published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Orrot. Tux Inland Press, Henning Bock,
oth Phones, i47.
MANAGING EDITOR.
I. Ew5SlanAn, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER,
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EDITORS.
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-. D. HusuIrrT. '01 B. J. B. Won, '00,
L. J.Noarfomal.'00, W. D. HICKEY, 'oM,
A. G. Bnowun. '02.
The subscription price of the DAILY is 2.50 for
tonege year, witha regular delivery hefre
nton each day. Notices, commuicatons, and
other matter intended for puhication must e
handed in at the DAIY Ofieefore 8 p m.or
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previous to that on which they are expected to
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Meyer's, or Stodlet's newstand, or with Business
Manager. Subscribers will confer a favor by
eporting promptly at this office any failure of
carrierto deliver paper.
All changes in advertising matter must be In
the office by 4 p.m. on the day previous to that
on which hey are to apnear.
Today the DAILY begins publica-
tion for the year with a special issue,
the regular publication beginning
next Tuesday. Three thousand cop-
ies have been printed for free distri-
bution to acquaint new students with
the DALY, and to place before the
student body our scholarship offer.
The matter chosen is of a general na-
ture in the hope that it may interest
old students and be of particular in-
terest to those just entering.
It may be well to note that the
DAILY is the quasi-official publica-
tion of the University, and the gen-
eral medium for bringing before the
Student body matters of interest.
The DAILY will endeavor to print all
the college news of general interest,
from all sources, and to this end it
asks the co-operation of all students,
and solicits contributions of matter
likely to interest the student body at
large.
The football management most ear-
nestly urges every student, freshmen
or otherwise, who has any degree of
football ability, or who has the requi-
site strength, size and weight, to re-
port to the Athletic Field this after-
noon at 3:30,o'clock, or Saturday
afternoon at the same hour. This is
a duty which every student owes his
University. The majority of the
members of the team that is to repre-
sent the Varsity this fall must be new
men. The greatest need is for big
heavy men to fill the holes in the line
left by the absence of Cunningham,
France, Baker and Bennett. Let
every man in the University who
weighs 180 pounds or more come out
to the field this afternoon and report
to Trainer Fitzpatrick. It makes no
difference whether he ever had a foot-
ball in his band before or not. Let
every student of the University who
cannot play the game himself use his
utmost endeavor to get all the heavy
men he knows out to the afternoon
practice games. If the students will
get the material out to the field,
Fitzpatrick, Ferbert and Heninger
will do the rest, and Michigan will
continue to occupy the high position
she now does-that of Champion of
the West.

CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.
will try for tackle or fullback.
Wilson, who played fullback on
the strong Ypsilanti Normal team two
years ago, enters the University this
fall and will prove a valuable man.
Marks, who played guard on Pur-
due three years ago, is out also. He
was in the law department year be-
fore last, but did not receive his dis-.
charge from the army in time to re-
turn last year. While here, he played
guard on the reserves. His weight
is somewhere near 210.
Nunnelly, the Mt. Clemens giant,
who is six feet seven inches tall in
his stocking feet, and weighs 230
pounds. He has played some foot-
ball and is very fast for a person of
his size. The coaches will find plenty
of opportunity to use him.
McAffee of St. Johns' Military
Academy, who played half there for
several years, has good stuff in him.
Fitzgerald, who played on the
strong Orchard Lake team for several
years, is considered a strong man at
tackle.
Numerous other candidates are
turning out daily and the coaches ex-
pect to have at least sixty men hard
at work by the middle of next week.
Avery will return but will not play
owing to strenuous objections on the
part of his parent,
Coach Ferbert began work with the
men last Monday afternoon and about
twenty men have been at work all the
week, at Regent's field, with light
practice, consisting of punting, catch-
ing and falling on the ball, tackling
and blocking. Trainer Fitzpatrick
and Coach Henninger are expected to
arrive tomorrow, and on Monday af-
ternoon the practice will begin in
dead earnest. Coach Ferbert is very
sanguine over the outlook, and al-
though realizing that a heavy task
confronts himself and the other
coaches, told the DAILY yesterday
that he was remarkably well pleased
with the new material that had al-
ready shown up and was confident
that a championship team could be
developed out of it before the end of
the season. The training table will
be started Monday and mcn will be
taken there as fast as they show abil-
ity. A large and interested crowd of
spectators has been present at the
afternoon practices, and the attend-
ance is increasing daily.
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