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.THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

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of sympathy with the University and
+, have no interest in athletics.
This is most natural. I do not be-
.. V. - ieve, however, that the host way to
Published Daily (Mondays excepted)daring secure the good-will of the student is
College ear, at to deceive him, for that is what the
TIfE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN six - games-ticket-for-seven-games the-
MAIN OFFICE BRANCH OFFICE ory really does. It is not reasonable
Argos Bldg, Main St. 336 S. State Street. that a student shall be asked to prove
Roth 'Phones13. New State 'Phone182. lis loyalty to athletics by paying an
ANAG EDITOR, exorbitant price for being interested in
MANAUNO EDTOR, them. All students unfortunately sri
0. I. HANs, 01 not able to pay the prices decreed by
BUSINESS MANAGER, the association, and in consequence do
-F. ENGELHARD, ' L not attend the games at all. Which
EDITORS: would be the better, 1200 tickets sold
ATHLETICS, - G. D. HUDNUTT, '01 E at the present price or 2500 tickets at
50 cents or a dollar's reduction? It is
A. H. MCDOUGALL,'01E. W. A. KNIGHT,'01L not merely the money but the principle
Miss L, K. SABINE '03 CHs. DvORAK '01 of the question which interests the
H. H. woODROw,'04 W. P. CHANEY, '01 students.
W. A. BENSCOTER, '03 E. I. HOUSTON, '03 If such action shall he takei there is
little doubt but that it would lead to an
increased friendliness between the as-
sociation and the undergraduates. Co-
operation is essential to the athletics of
the University, and can best be at-
It will betseen hy the inews columns tained if the Board, instead of proceed-
that Michigan has no small task before ing with a lofty disreagard of the stu-
her in the coming baseball season. Not dents' wishes, proves to him that his
only will the strong teams of the west support is desired. Not only that of
be met on the diamond but the east the wealthier students, but also those
of the great majority who, on a small
will be invaded in every precinct. The amount of funds are endeavoring to
schedule is probably the heaviest one finish the course, and have not as much
that has ever been undertaken by the as they would wish to spend on ath-
Wolverines and a good stiff team will letics. This is not a personal question,
be required to hold up under the-strain. it is too great and far-reaching for
that, but for the good of the entire
The trip itself should be a strong in- University may it be considered in this
centive for every student who has any light. DANA.
obility in this line to come out and try
:o make his 'varsity, but aside from CONTINUE HAPPY BY USING
this reason every player should come Royal Tigers, 10c; Tigerettes, 5c.
out regardless of reward and help put
fichigan colors to the front again. That's the name-HALLER'S JEW-
We have a disastrous football record ELRY.
o blot out, and it remains for our
track and baseball teams to assume Now that the old homeopathic hospi-
tal has been secured by the allopaths,
his task. a ward for children will be fitted up.
This has been long needed.
COMMUNICATION _______ ______

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 plenty of comfort on
the warmest of days.
But of course we have light shoes
for bright days and heavy shoes for
rainy days if you prefer.
GLASS'S SHOE STORE,
' 1 o9So. Main Street..
Openavenlngs until ANN ARBOR, MICH
THE.
SULTAN'
Is again going to be persuaded to - -
transact a little business. CAN'T
we persuade you to invest in one of
our SUITS mR OVERCOATS, we
also have a swell line of Holiday Goods in Neckwear,Silk Reversible
Scarfs, Gloves. All kinds of Fancy Silk and Initial Letter Hander-
chiefs, Umbrellas, Hosiery and Underwear, Dress Suit Cases. All
New Goods at Cash Basis Prices.
STAEBLER & WUERTH
ATHENS THEATRE
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14.
Mr. FRANK J, KEENAN as NOAH VALE
In SOL SMITH RUSSEL'S Great Play
"APOOR RELATION
"'You rememher his hit of last season."
PRICES - '5, 50, 75c AND $1.00
Sets 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
LEE.,.. ROGUE"
All Last week at the Detroit Opera House.
PRICES: - - - 50, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
Seats now on sale. Carriages at 11.
0 AO AO AA0A0A0A
EVERYTHING NEW EXCEPT THE NAME
AT -
OYSTERS
ON HIGH
HALF GRADE
SHELL CIGARS
AND TOBACCOS
I yAND
YOU CIGAR-
-K RETTES
THEM
BILLIARD PARLORS
EID AND SUCCESSORS OUTH
R I AN ROETHALER 2STREET
YNO S TO TATE
LDUHIU SANITARY PLUMBING.
ELECTRIC CONsTRUCTION AND SUPPLIEs,
STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING,
207 t. Washington Street. ARTISSIC GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES.
HIGH GRADE MANTELS AND GRATES.

To the Editor of the Daily:
The qucstion of extravagance of the
Athletic Board rests entirely on the
official report published in Tuesday's
Daily, wvhich stated that $1,500 was
paid for repairs to toe graid-stand and
erection of bleachers. If this was cor-
rect the board has been very extrava-
gant in the matter.
In the past it has not been supposed
that a s-ledule for eithor baseball or
football was formed with the intention
of canceling the games. It is true that
it might rain on a Saturday, but the
games would then even probably be
only postponed. Not a home game was
canceled in either last year's baseball
or this year's football schedule. But,
even allowing it should be there is no
reason why a ticket for the extra game
should not be given to the purchaser
of the season ticket aioy more than it
would be allowable for the S. L. A. to
sell a course ticket admitting to all but
the leading attraction of the course,
under the idea that the prominent
speaker may be sick and not come.
Taking the reasoning of the intelligent
"Board Member," however, the ex-
pense to the citizen who does not pay
to see the canceled game would be the
same to the student.
Again, it is claimed that a student
should pick out the poorest game and
lse his ticket on the other six. This is
what some do, and yet complaint is
made of the poor support of the team
at the minor games.
If the "Board Member" had been
present, at the Notre Dame game (the
sixth of the series) and seen the ground
around the ticket office, covered with
punched tickets, and heard the forcible'
expressions of the ticket holders as
they realized that an additional 50
cents was necessary to see the game
with Ohio State, the best in the series,
his faith in the system might have
been shaken. Such a result as this is
certainly a great encouragement to
the students to buy a ticket next sea-
son.
It Is of course to he expected t hat

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RIDE A v E f
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
119 W. Washington St.

THE NETTLETON $3*50 WAHR
$5 &c $6. SHOES TEf ST.ps.

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