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December 11, 1900 - Image 2

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THE UNIVEISITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Pubished Daily (Mondays eacepted)during
Colege year, at
TitE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
MAIW OFFICE BRANCH OFFICE
Argtts Bldg, Main St. 336 S. State Street.
Both 'Phones 13. State 'Pthone 182.
MANAGING EDITOR,
O. H. HANs, '01
BUSINESS MANAGER,
F.- $xcaLNAxn,'t L
EDITORS:
ATBIZTICS, - G. D. HUDxUrT, '01 E
A.H.McDOU5ALL,'01'E. W. A. KseGaT,'01 L
Miss L, K. SAssEs '03 CsAS. DvOsAK '01
B. H. Wooasow,'04 W. P. CHANEY,'01 L
W. A. BENSCOTaR, '03 E. I. HousToN, '03
In re-electing Harry Crafts football
manager the Athletic Board made no
mistake. It recognized merit and re-
warded a competent official for his
services. Manager Crafts has proved
himself active, painstaking and com-
_petent in ;the discharge of his duties1
and deserves another term.
The decision to leave the determina-
tion of those deserving '"i's to Capt.
Neil Snow, will prove a most poip,..
one to the student body. Capt. Snow
is qualified in every way for the re-
sponsibility, and is deserving of the L
honor. His football knowledge anid ex-
perience, his sound judgment, and un-
compromising fairness, make him emi-
nently fittetd far the task.r
With tot deciston eskting in the
hands of Capt. Snow mernt will receive
its reward and the honor of wearing
the "M" will fall to whom it is dice.
Corrected List of Senior Committees
Through a mistake of the composi-
r several of the senior com ittees as
published in Stunday's Daily were con-
u-'sed. The followinig list is a orret
'one:
Beceptisl-Harsld E. Zook, ctair-
man; Wm. A. Eversmuni, Nellie Grace
Densmore, Frank C. Kinsey, Wt. Wil-
liatis, Leslie J. Teflt, Wi. Grayson,
'R. H. Van Cleve, If. J. Campbell, For-
est Lalcashire, Marguerite Knowlton,
A. H. Felker.
Arrangements-S. W. Ladd, chair-
man; Ned Begle, Margaret Scallon,
Harry Crafts, Florence Bowen, Harry
H. Talcott, Edward IE. Davies, H.
Ward Carpenter, Nina towlett, Wm.
Levan, Clifton Bushnell.
Invitation-A. H. McDougall, chair-
man; Grace A. Strang, B. H. Liskow,
Margaret Jones, Jessie Horton, Edgar
C. Thompson, Milton V. Bickel. (
Social-Wm. Talcott, chairman; Mary
Newell Eaton, Geo. D. Hudinutt, Ar-
thur A. Loeb, Dorothy Fowler, Jane
V. Pollack, W. S. Baldwin, Geo. D.
Damon.
Cap and Gown-Harry Williams,
chai'au; Win. C. Hordberger, Rudo r
L. Dalsy, Jessie Mlae Reynolds, Mar-
garet Cousin, W. C. Helmers.
Memorial-Phil P. Farnham, chair-
man; Chas. B. Davis, Maude C. Hatha-
way, Lewis K. Douglass, R. F. Hor-
ton, Elizabeth Sundstrom, Maude Hud-
son, J. L. Pierce.
Auditing-F. L. Lowrie,' chairman; r
John C. Parker, H. C. Stevens, (Chas.
G. Leeson,
The program party nexti Saturday H
afternoon at Granger's Academy will L
be confined to the members of the
school as far as ladies are concerned,
the ladies inviting gentlemen to par- E
ticipate in the program of dances om-

mencing promptly at 3 o'clock.
That's itihe name--HALLER''S JEW- an
DLRY.
"A Poor Relation" Friday night. c

Thomas Jefferson in "Rip Van Winkle" ST[IN-BLOCK CLOTHING
For years American theater-goers
have associated "Rip Vam Winkle"
with Joseph Jefferson, until one thinks tOTHINQ HOBBlER 2K NEATER
and speaks of the man and the charac-
ter !an one and she same.NowtheThis make of clothing Ls COD-
hi slichas the o portunity of lug fined to us in this town, and is the
and listening to this old, and thoroughly
American stage production in an en- swellest tailois' creations for Fall
tirely new light. The presentation bywear.
Thomas Jefferson and his tompany is
of special interest on account of the
exceptional cast. Thomas Jefferson, Suits $15.00 to 25.00.
who takes the part of Rip, 'is certainly
most successful. He has evidently tJVercOatS $16 to 30.
taken his father for his model, butt
where could he find another so per-
feet? When he comes on the stage it
seems as if the elder Jefferson himself LiND N11 ITT
was there. His voice is that of 'his
father, and his laugh recals old assool- & A PFEL
ations with dear old Rip. This cleverL
company will present "Rip Van
Winkle" tonight at the Athens. SOROSIS We have just recieved our fall
iN~v 7and winter stock of
THE BEST MONEY CAN BUY THE NEW SHOE
Royal Tigers, 14c; Tigerettes, 6c. FOR WOMEN... FANCY OVALS,
Is recommended by First-class FANCY CIRCLES,
If you see the work of the Toledo .illiAerTAbecaAse
Laundry Co. you will be convinced Millners because AND
that you want no other. Agency 121 S. A Smart Boot is needed PICTURE MOULDINGSJ
Main.

Buy a nice Clock for your room at,
HALLER'S JEWELRY STORE.
Come over to 427 Thompson and try
the board. Fine service and cooking.
Alusilc during dinner. Board by week,
day or single meal. Barders aceom-
modated through Christ mas vacation.
Waterman or Laughlin Fountain
Pens, $1 each, at Schaller's Bookstore.
THE BIG,'GUNS
of the Year
Innes' Band,
Ex - Pros. Harrison
Wnston Churchill
Buy Your Season Tick-
ets Now.
9 Numbers only $2,
Lectures
Printed lectures for all depart-
ments of the University. Type-
writing and Mimeographing.
EDWARDS BROS.
Over Sheehan's) State Stree
RIDE A CE T
M, STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
119 W. Washington St.
Redmond, Kerr & Co,,
BANKERS
41 Wall Street, New York
Transact a general banking business.
Receive deposits subiect to draft. Dividends
and iaterest colleced and remitted. Act as
Fiscal Agents Co ad negotiate i.h issue of
alroads, street rilways, gas ompanies, etc.
ecurities boaght ad sold nceamuus-on.
Members New York Eschsange.

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with a new hat. I

of every description--Come in and
see them.

Geo. H. Miller, DEFRIES' ART STORE
212 . Main St. 217 S 4th AVE., ANN ARBO

AT HENS T HEAT RE
TONIGHT
Manager 0can M. Seaboit Announces
MR. THOMAS JEFFERSON
IN

RIP VAN WINKLE*
PRICES: - 25, 50, 75c AND $1.00
Carriages at10:45
OAfAOAQAOOAOAOAA
GO I WHERE THE CROWD GOES
- TO -
ROSEY3S
Billiard Parlors
REMODELED, REFITTED, EVERYTHING NEW,
BRUNSWICK BALKE COLLANDER TABLES,
EQUIPPED WITH THE VERY LATEST and UP-TO-DATE MATERIAL
KNOWN TO THE BILLIARD UNIVERSE, and the
ONLY GENUINE
MONARCH CUSHIONS
IN TIHE CITY
DO NOT BE DECEIVED
You WILL MEET ALL TilE PLAYERS OF THE i GENTLTMAN's GAME HERE.
EID AND SUCCESsoRs OUT H
TO TATE
SOSENTHALER TREET

DEAL IN SANITARY PLUMBING.
IGH-GRADE INVESTMENT SECURITIES. F. ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLIES,
ist of current oferiarnn- on apeuconI STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING,
PHILADELPHIA OORRESPONDENTS. 207 E.{uWHahiegtoneStreet e ARTISS GAS AND ELECTRIC IXTURES,
GRAHAM, KERR & CO. e HIGHG RADEMANTELS AND GRATES.
XCHANGE Aro"iMaths For'An We are headquarters for every thing in the line of furnishings for
rho' Mle Genratrsstudents' rooms,
GASOLINE LAMPS LAMPS, OIL CANS, PHOTO RACKS, SHADE.
Bring in your old ones and let us make you WASTE PAPER BASKETS, CUSPIDORS.
n offer. The Superior MTg. Co., Our Prices You Will Always Find the Lowest.
329 S. main St., near Williams. M R H MS B Z A
Headquartrs for Shade, Mantles an MARK HAM'S BAZAAR
himneys -215 SOUTH MAINISTREET NEW'STATE 'PHONE 462

SWEETS TO THE SWEET. IF YOU WAN I TO BE SWEF4T SEE BROGAN 110 .S e MA1

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