THE UNIVERSITY OT -MICHIGAN DAILY.
6 THE UNIVERSITY OT MICHIGAN DAILY.
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If you are particular
about your headwear
buy the Varsity flats
117S °.MAIN STREET
Makers and Sole Owners.
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Students Should Register.
Incoming students should take care
o register at once at Calkin's drug
store, State street. Post office em-
ployees have strict orders not to give
addreses, so that telegranis and im-
portant messages often do not reach
studciote hecanee they have not reg is-
rered. No charge is attached and it is
-or the best interests of students to
snake their whereabouts known at once.
An army -of 3,500 atndents piouncing
down upon the city within a week
makes such registry almost necessary
to fecilitate the telegraphic service.
So riister early.
C. F. Teetz,. quarter miler on the
track team and half tiek and end on
Iale 'l8 foot ball Waii, will coach at
The State Normal coileite at Ypsilanti.
T. F. tLean, Michigan's spar ined-
we trood juniper and half tacit, will
iave full charge of athleties at St.
Johns Military academy, Delaielil,
up,. A. Stekle of the 'DO 'varsity
ind who has been our inain stay at
tackle for several years past, will
Ccli at Albion.
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Its Origin, Growth and Parposes.
' the >,500 or more ot cdents who
H his year attend the Uitrercity of
0i thigan the U. of Mt. Daily extenis
greetings and begs leave t aci iint
them with its hisitory, its organizatioii,
'iil its inruoses.
The U. af l(. Daily w'c; founded 'a
ie fall of 1800 and is therefore
in the eleventh year of existence. It
was established to fill the need of a
daily means of communication between
students and between the faculty and
'ie student body. Preceded by a long
tine of annuals, monthly, semi-month-
ly and weekly publications, the Daily
s the natural result of an evolutionary
process in journalism at the University
of Michigan. In other words the Daily
is the natural outgrowth of former
college journalistic efforts and it is
therefore on a solid foundation. Dur-
sig the ten years that the Daily has
been before the college public it has
'een entirely successful both in paying
expenses and in making itself prized by
those whom It has served-these are
statements that can be truthfully made
of no other publication ever in the
The Daily is 'issued every day of the
ollege year, by a board of 12 students
who are elected annually at a meeting
of the subscribers who jointly form the
11. of M. Daily Publishing association.
By the consttution of ithe assocfistion
one-fourth of the board may be frater-
ity men. The 12 students elected
select their own of~cers and organize
te board, All gaycancies tha:t may oc-
cur on the board are filled by compe-
Itition. Thus the Daily is distinctly a Fall and W inter 1900
student organ, controlled by the stu- Al l W
dents and responsible to them.
.The purpose of the Daily is to fur- i Our stock of Fall and Winter Woolens is now
nish accurately and promptly all cot- complete. A garment made up of one of our
give corectteircollegiate n fte pnioImported or Domestic Fabrics with W & Co.
of the student body on all matters of workmanship will insure correctness and ease to
common interest. In carrying ou't this the wearer. We desire your inspection.
purpose, the Daily gives reports of
regents, faculty and student meetings, WAGNER & CO., Tailors
the daiiigs o college organizations,,
society news, accurate and complete re- 123 South Main Street
ports of everything taking place 'in the
titliletie side of college life, campus
otes t t short a volume of the Daily We are headquarters for everything in the line of furnishings for
furnishes a complete record of the col- students rooms,
lge yeir. Specitl features this year LAMPS, OIL CANS, P OTOE , ACKS. SHADES,
wile tie legraplhic reports of outsideI WASTE PAPIEtR BASKETS, CUSPIDORtS.
gams and degraiburletirts of allsim-,Our Prices You Will Always Find the Lowest.
ilesan aily bulletins of all m-BA AR
plirtait iews. MARKHAIM'S BAZAA R,
215 SOUTH MAIN STREET, NEW STATE 'PHONE 462
Ctll at Wahr's bookstores before buy-
ing your text books. Best prices of-
1r1. Nellie L. Tyler, Pianist. MusicEN
furnished for dancing. Bell 'phone
20. ......Beautiful Lines of......
Art Pictures at Schaller's Booksto, NECKWEAR FANCY SHIRTS, GOLF HOSE,
Maii st., to decorate your rooms.
U. of M. SWEATERS, UNDERWEAR, FANCY HOSIERY.
Atar Ol k SEverything a man wants-in latest Fall Effects
ri ill U k - now displaied-and marked at a saving to you
U. of m. Pins 50c to $10.00. Fine THE LARGEST STOCK THE LOWEST PRICES
Watch i p tiri iSpecialty. FOR THE BEST GOODS
S ''FMANJEWELER, i PA\ C CDMP\NY
Decorate your room with
217 South 4th Avenue
Nobody is in it with us. We hav
got a regular idh on the
IT $3.50 and 4.00
COMES MEN'S SHOES
tiOTHlINQ HOBBlER ®R HEATER
This make of clothing is con-
fined to us in this town, and is the
swellest tailors' creations for Fall
Suits $15.00 to 25.00.
Overcoats $16 to 30.
Excursion Rates OOOD CLOTHES
WE CAN SHOW YOU more than 1000of the most inviting styles for Fall
c Winter Suitings that were ever brought together.
TO ALL WHO BELEIVE
that strictly made-to-measur garmentsoght lob beought below the prices
ordinarily charged we frankly say, "HERE YOU ARES.'
Le C. GOORRICH,
Agent for the Best Tailors on Earth. Front room over First National Bank
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Call and see them. No trouble
MEN'S to sshow the shoes.
SHOES GEO. H. MILLER,
212 S. Main St.
"Ann Arbor" match generating
'The Lamps that don't go out nights."
Made by The Superior M'f'g. Co.,
329 s. Main St., near Williams.
Wholesale and retail dealers in Mantles,
Shaees, Chimneys and Supplies. We have
waxytapes to burn.