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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

2.HrNY~ST O IHGNIAL

Published Daily (Modays excptd)duri g
Colegevtear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICIGAN
MAtNOFIC BANC I rC
Argon Bdg, Mat St. 336 S. State Stret.
Both 'Phones13. New State'Phone 182.
MANAGIN DITOR
0.O. 14lAS, tot
HUsiNS5S MANABR,
F. ENGELHARD,'O I
EDITORS:
ATHLETICS, - G. D. HtonUTT,' 'S
AH. McDouGaLL, '1. W. A. KIGHT, 01 Lt
MssT, K.SAINE ' CHAS. Dvoaa 'S
H. H. WOOnROW,'4 W. P. CHANEV,'01 L
W. A.BENSCOTER, '03 E. I. HOUSTON, '03
The Students' Lecture Association is
presenting at extremey attMctive and
well balanced course this year, and the
recent addition of Ex-Pres. Benjamin
Harrison makes it one of Itte very best
corTses ever offered by the association.
When one considers that a dozen good
numbers are offered at the low price of
$2, or less than 20 cents each, it is not
to be wondered at that University Hall
is well fil ed by holders ofscourse tick-
ets. In the large cities suchtc ttrs-
tiots to Chueil, ,teauhor tund
Suth African correspondent. EX-Pres.
Harrison, Innes' Band and Strauss'
Orchestra cannot be heat d singly for
less tthan a dollar to a dollar and a
half. Tie studentstio have not
tttkettadvtttg of titto-fut'course.
sitoult get a course ticket this week,
and in 'this way hold up this poptular
and most serviceable orgatizatiot, 'the
Students' Lecture Association.
Freshman Spread
Beautty had full possession of Bar-
bour gymnasium last evenig. Beauty
was adorned in all the graces of col-
loge girt loveliness. The occasion was
the annual freshman spread.
Each girl of the freshman class was
assigned to some member of the junior
or ,rsenior class and was 'taken
there and given a good time by this up-
per 'classmtate. The members of the
sophonore class .wcre to pay the ex-
penses and arrangements were made
'for a most successful evening.
The elalborate plans were perfected
in every dtiail. Dr. Mosher was suf-
f'Ociently recovered to be present during
most of the evening. The paltronesses
were Mesdames Angell, Vaughn, Hut'
dhins, Herduan, D'Ooge, Lombard'
Waite, McLaughlin, Taylor, Lawrence
and; Hine.
When the gymnasium building was
being planned Dr. Mosher plead for
widening the doors between the par-
lors. They were thrown way back
laSt evening and Hangsterfer was
given full control. The possibilities in
those elegant rooms are beyond imagi-
nation, and so was that spread. In
fact mere sight made a full tappreci-
ation impossible and description is out
of ithe question.
The opera 'iouse orchestra was given
a cenalpostion on the gymnasium
foor where they could be properly
eared for, and Hangstefer had' a few
colored wa'ters. With the exception of
a couple of harmless newspaper men
the rest of the company wre elegantly
dressed alies. The scne from the
gallery was entrancing.
The college gir's have scored several
social successes this seaon. When
'they atempb anything they do it right.
Last evening but adds another to t'heir
scre.

Waterman or Laughlin Fountatn
Pens, $1 each at Schaller's Bookstore.
BOARD and ROOMS in five different
places. Iberal dsaeount to students
offered by Ann Arbo Music Oo. tI

Senior Committees
President Sproat of the Senior Lit-
erary and Engineering class has aade
the foilowing tappointneits for the va-
rious :o"tn*itees:
Reception-Harold E. Zook, chair-
mac; Wm. A. Eversman, Nellie Grace
Dnsitore, Frank C. Kinsey, Win. Wil-.
liats, Leslie J. Tet,. Wg. traysop,.
R. H. Vhn Cleve, H. J. Z. Campbell,
Forest Loneashire, Marguerite Knowl-
test, A. I. 'ekerr.
Arrangements -S. W. Ladd, chair-
Man; Ned Iegle, Margaret Seaioan,
starry Crafts, Fltcence Bowen, Harry
H. Talcot, Edward E. Davies, H.
Ward Carpenter, Nina Howlett, Wn.
Levan.
Invittich-A. I. McDougall, chair-
man; Mary Newell Eaton, Geo. D. Hud-
nuit, Arthur A. Loeb, Dorothy Foaler,
Jane V. Polek, W. S. Baldwin, Geo.
D. Damon.
Cap and Gown-Harry Williams,
chairman; Wm. C. Horberger, Maude
L. Daley, Jessie Mae Reynolds, Mar-
garet Cousin, W. C. Helmers.
Memrial-Phil P. Farnham, chair-
itan; Chas. B. Davis, Maude C. Hatha-
way, Lewis K. Douglass, R. F. Horton,
EMzabet Sundtrom, Maude Hudson,
John L. Pierce.
Auditing-F. L. Lownie, chairman;
John C. Parker, H. C. Stevens, (Chas.
G. Leeson.
DON'T GO ASTRAY, BUT SMOKE
Royal Tigers, 10c; Tigerettes, le.
Holidays now at hand. Don't dela
yur photo sittings RANDALL.
Up-to-date Stationery at Schaler's
Bookstore, 116 o. Main st.
THE BIG UGUNS
of the Year
logs'. Band,
Ex - Prs Harrison
Winston Churchill
Buy Your Season Tick-
ets Now.
9 Numbers only $2,
Lectures
Printed lectures for all depart-
ments of the UJniverity. Type-
writing and Mimeographing.
EDWARDS BROS.
(Over sheehan's) State Stree
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
119 W. Washington St.
Redmond, Kerr & Co.,
BANKERS
41 Wall Street, New York
Transact a general. baing bsusines.
Receive depsits sbjet t draft. Dividends
and Interest collected and remitted. Act as
Fiscal Agents for and negotate the issue of
railroads, street railways, gas cenpantes, t.
Securities bought ad sl de ncmission.
Members New York Exchange.
iEAL IN
HIGH-GRADE INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
List of current Ofierou inn.0 en apiiucapon,
PgILADELPHIA CORRESPONDENTS.
GRAHAM, KERR & CO.

RAIN OR SHINE
The "00", $3.00 Shoe is the shoe
to wear when the weather is uncer-
tain. A little rain doesn't hurt it
while it affords pienty of comfott on
the warmest of days.
But of course we have light shoes
for bright days and heavy shos for
rainy days if you prefet.
GLASS'S SHOE STORE,
109So. Mai Street..
- penevenings ntu ANN ARBOR, M
8 P. M.

STAEBLER
& WUERTH

BUBBLES
are airy nothings and so are many
advertised bargains. Whatever we
offer you, you can depend upon as a
fact.
We show you the swellest line of
ready made clothing in the city made
by the best tailors at popular prices.
SUITS - $7.50 to $20.00
OVERCOATS $8.00 to $25.00
211 S. Main St,
Ann Arbor.

ATHENS THEATRE
MONDAY, DECEMBER 10
THE SENSATIONAL COMEDY DRAMA
IIhdnig1fl In gbnaowu
W. O. EDMUNDS
ORIENTAL-AMERICAN SENSATION
PRICES: - 25, 35, 50 AND 75c
Seats now on sale
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11.
THOMAS JEFFERSON
SIN
Seats on Sale Tomorrow.
SPEND YOUR LEISURE TIME
AT
Billiard Pa rlors
YOU WILL FIND A FULL LINE OF HIGH GRADE
CLEAR HAVANA,
SEED AND HAVANA VJI GARS
IMPORTED
AND DOMESTIC IG A RETTES,
AND TOBACCO'S
EID AND SuccEssoRs OUTH
TO T A TE
IEYN OLDS RoSENTHALER T1 UTREET
SANITARY PLUMBING-
ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLIES,
STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING,
707 .Wa9hngtoN $treet.j ARTIsSIC GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES.
HIGH GRADR MANTELS AND GRATES.

TH NETTLETON WAHR
5SHOE THE JHOEMAN
218 S. MAIN ST.

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