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THE UNI VEIrTY ul MICHIGAN DAILY

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happens to prevent the students from
U.. 1 ~0iA1.attending each game and that we fix
things with the weather man in the
spring? Either no doubt would be
Pubished Daily (Mondays excepted)daring preferahle to the present plan under
College Year, at which a student may miss a game and
111E UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN still use up his ticket.
MAIN OFFICE BRANCH OFriCE In conclusion I might say that I
ArgB aBldg,Main St. 33S. State Strest. don't consider myself a member of
Seh'Phse1 3. New State'P 182what we find "Dana' is pleased to call
MANAGING EDITOR, the "clique" in the Board, but I do con-
. H.HAsDITITsider it the duty of any one who has
the interests of Michigan athletics at
BUSINESS MANAGER, heart to call the lie on such a bundle
F. EsGELHARD, '01 L of trash as was emitted from the
EDITORS: aforementioned Knocker."
ATHLETICS, - G. D. HuDuUTT, '01 "BOARD MEMBER."
AH.McDOUGALL,'01E. W. A. KNIGHT, 'o1L COMMUNICATION.
Miss L,'K. SAnINE '03 CuAs. DVORAK '01
H. H. WOODSOw,'4 W. P. CHANEY,'01L Editor of Daily:
W. A. BENscOTER, '03 E. . HOUSTON, '03 I suggest that the Campus "Anvil
Chorus" join in with Innes' "Anvil
Chorus," advertised for tonight. I
think the local chapter would be able
to outdo their more talented brothers
The Daily is being loaded down with in the amount of knocking they can
th- do. "WEARY LISTENER."

STEIN-BLOCK CLOTHING
IiOTIlti HNBBIEK SR EATER
This make of clothing is COn-
fined to us in this town, and is the
swellest tailors' creations for Fall
wear.
Suits $1.5.0 tO 25.00.
.vercoats $i0 1to 3o.
LNDENSCH iITT
&A PFEL
We have just recieved our fall
and winter stock of

an sorts of c"01LLIUi1>VII L
letic matters. We intend to be fair
with both factions in the controversy
but we will not give the columns of
this sheet over to mere mud-slinging
and personal attacks as such. Unless
further communications contain mat-
ter which really bears on the athletic
situation and offers some reasonable
amount of argument, the Daily will re-
fuse publication. Personal grudges
must be paid off outside of these col-
umns.

CHRISTMAS VACATION
Begins-Friday Dec 21 (evening)
Ends-Monday Jan. 7 (evening)
The advance sale for "A Poor Re-
lation" opened this morning at the
Postal Telegraph office, and judging
from the way the seats are being sold
there promises to be one of the largest
audiences of the season at the perform-
ance of that beautiful play. People
who have not seen "A Poor Relation"
should not miss this opportunity, for
tub is probably the last season of this
play before the public.

THE NEW SHOE
FOR WOMEN
Being scientifically constructed are
always comfortable and never
tire the feet.

FANCY OVALS,
FANCY CIRCLES,
ORNAMENTAL FRAIlIES
AND
PICTURE MOULDINGS]
of every description-Come in and
see them.

COMMUNICA ION
(The Daily is not responsible for senti-
ments expressed herein.)
To the Editor of the Daily:
For unqualifieu foolishness and ig-
norance the communication of "Dana,"
published yesterday in the Daily cer-
tainly carries off the plum. In the
first place he roasts the Athletic Board
for passing favorably on a bill of
$1500 for grand stand improvements.
Now, I for one would like to know
where he obtained that valuable little
bit of information; I was present at the
Board meeting last Monday and voted
to passi a bill for some $300 to pay Mr.
Pipp for all his work on the new
stands. This marks lie No. 1.
Then next, with scathing sarcasm he
mentions the purchase, or rather, au-
thorization to purchase, a "coach and
four," The truth of this matter is
that in view of the fact that it has
been made evident that hiring teams
for work on the grounds is too expen-
sive, we thought it advisable to pur-
chase a dray horse and truck so that
the ground keeper may continue his
work in leveling off the southern por-
tion of the field. I don't believe any
of the board is particularly anxious
to journey to the field in this convey-
ance. This disposes of lie No. 2.
Then comes his business statement
as to how the students do not save
money by joining the association.
Now, in the name of all that is fair,
who in the world ever imagined or
claimed that joining the association
is a money-making venture? Only a
man of "Dana's" lofty patriotism and
sound loyalty could think of the true
reason for the support accorded ath-
letics by virtue of the membership of
a portion of the student body to the
association. Of course the idea of aid-
ing athletics is entirely subordinated
to that of personal gain.
His argument, or rather complaint,
against scheduling seven games each
season and selling tickets good for only
six, is almost too absurd to receive
serious attention. Suppose there were
but six scheduled for football and
baseball each-did it ever occur to my
wise friend that out of that number
of games some must be missed by the
ticket holders? Did he evr think for
a moment of the likelihood of it rain-
ing on one of th'e Saturdays on which
games are played in the spring? Would
he suggest, then, that we schedule six
games and return the money for those
missed or that we see that nothing

Geo. H. Miller,
212 s. Mein St. DEFRIES' ART STORE,
r. 217 S 4th AVE., NN ARBO
~ATHENS THEATRE
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14.
Mr. FRANK J. KEENAN as NOAH VALE
In SOL SMITH RUSSEL'S Great Play
"APOOR RELATION"
''You remember his hit of last season."
PRICES: - 25, 50, 75C AND $ 1.00
Seats now on sale.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15
JEFFERSON DEANGELIS
THE LEADING OPERETIC COMEDIAN
And a Great Cast including a large Chorns of Pretty
- Girls in His Latest Success
"A R OYA LROGUE"
All Last week at the Detroit Opera Housc.
PRICES: - - - 50, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
Seats now on sale. Carriages at 11.

ON HAL F
SHELL....-1 CENT EACH
CLAMS
OPENED WHILE YOU WAIT
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AT
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GASOLINE LAMPS students' rooms,
LAMPS, OIL CANS, PHOTO RACKS, SHADES
Mring in your old ones and let na make you WASTE PAPER BASKETS, CUSPIDORS.
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