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December 18, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-12-18

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THE UNIVERitiy IlM.- tlHIAh DAILY.

A

t ceed in fthe 'ggreg at- te fin.omit paik
,. t ! ioedoii Let this year.
Ot plan, then, is to ,gat in charge,
as chief of the staff, Keenie Fitzpat-
PoickfeDai3ly (Montdays etiteptedlditrit trick.,'whio haaofthe unlirilted confidence
Ceilee ear atof bo(tlh students .d ottlitletes. His
I HIE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN long coonection wit-i all sorts of ath-
MAIN -OFICE BRANCH OFFICE ltte teaiii, both east and West, his
Argus Bldg, Mais St. 330 S. State Street. tntquestioned aility to pick antI do-
Seth 'Phsoes 13. New State 'Phonec182. velop athletes, lie kiiowledge of thie
MANAINGEDIOR, game and his evxtreli fairness to all
MANGIG EITR, contestants, wonld give oe, a heaI to
0. H. HANS, 51 the syf ten who would he most accept-
BUNES MANAGER, able to all concerned, tso well as cro-
r. ENGELH-ARD,'1LZ, atiug t chief w'oiewootfi he with us
EDITORS: . yeaor after year, trod could intis way
ATLETICS, - G.0. I linse, 'at Ekiiow his men, and watch and preserve
-^ --- our interests in every way. -To round
A. H. Hrh~otGALL,'0l31 ISW A. KNIGHT, 'fit. ont the staff ana efficient trio should
Miss L, K. SAtotse.'03 CIIs. tiVOAea'as e itoetgaged who will work in harmony
x. H. woasisawOS 4 w. P. CuAstoY, -osL with thle chief. If Michigant does not
w. A. BENSCOERe, 'f3 E. I. HOUSTON, '03 wvin thetn it is hecause it is the fault
________________________ of the moaoterial.,tiot of thle coaches.
Weo itope thatt the cotnitil which
mieets ont Friday will vatnsider the
_________________________________above phtti iatd iln this wray pave the
The Daily is iti receipt of a signed way for a bright future in our foothalll
conomunicatiotn regardintg lot award oftitry
'M's made tty tapi. Sniow. Ilaow-
over justified thle writer mlay focI Foot Ball Election Wednesday

tlhat lie is iti his tpositiono, ott
coot tot give sitcetto oo the article,
as Capt. Stoow was givt-toabso-
lute authority to atct, oandl lis seler-
tiotns should not he otte-ti'otic.Thcre
totter tois heen a tiume'Li the history ot
football at Mlicligati whent the oawartl
of MAl's was satisfactory to everyotoe.
There may he julstice iii ".t. T.'" t'laimo
hut lie should presen~tlis suit else-
where thaoothle Daily. We cannot give
tver otur columns to a dehate oto every
miotnor question that comoes up i3tothoe
sttudenOt body. Before Capt. Snowo gave
out the list of lonor ment there was not
00 studtit ouithetlicampus1t55whowould
saly oooe 'word ogaitost lhis app~ooinltmt~'
as soleooartiter,stool los odecisiono, thooc "h
not srtiu' ctory', perhaps,0. to et'eryotne,
shooulo.'ntowtshtlo t is oooooe, 'ae
catltelioto qutestiono.

011 W~etlosoloy nighot, oat 7 o'clock, io
thoe trophoty roomio of the gymniasium, floe
eleeltiootft'captainO for floe 1901 Var-
sity foothooll trans will ho bold.
All 10001 who played ito two Octoher
gooooes or it onoe Novetmher game-
makinogoa total of 24 players-will he
allowed to vote.
Capt. Snow and HunghoWite are
eoocho spokeno of for the honor.
Come o'er to 427 Thompson and try
the 'hoard. Fine rservice 'and cooking.
Music during dinner. Board by week,
day or single meal. Boardoors aceom-
tuodated Itrough i hrislmus vacation.
Remember

SUIN-BLOCIK CLOTHING
I NHOTflING HOBBIEK 2K HEATER
This nmake of clothing is con-
e ~fined to uts in this town, and is the
swellest tailors' creations for Fall
wear.
Suits $15.00 to 25.00.
t u vercoats $16 to 3o.
UNDENSCHfIITT
____I W have just recieved our tall
S I.)r ~and winter stock of
THE NE SHOEFANCY OVALS,
THE NE SHOEFANCY CIRCLES,
FOR WOMEN ORNAMENTAL FRACIES
Being scientifically constructed are AND
always comfortable and never PICTURE MOULDINGS
tire the feet. of every description-Come in and
see them.
Uleo, H. Miller, REFRIES' ART STORE,
21 S ~i S. 2e7 S 4th AVE., ANN ARBOR
ATHENSTHEATRE.
-DATES AHEAD
CUT THIS OUT AND PASTB, IT IN YOUR HAT.
Dec. 27-Chas Dickson in" Mistakes Will Happen,"
"29-Frobman presents "At the -White Horse 'Tavern."
Jan. 3-"1 Sherlock Holmes."
004-David Higgins in "Courting at Greens."
"10-Oliver Scoffs' Minstrels.
12-Willie Collier in " On The Quiet."~
"15-Marguerite Sylvat Opera Co. in "The Princess Chic"
This is as mony as we tdare tell you about
now, but there are plenty of noore high-class
attractions coming .
YOUR CHANCE TO SEE THE BEST.
BLUE ON HALF
POINT TOI flO SHELL
OPENED WHILE YOU WAIT
OYSTER STEWS TONGUE SANDWICHES
OYSTER FRIES I1AM SANDWICHES
OYSTER COCKTAIL BEEF SAFDWICHIES
JA JA JA JA R ED HOTS 14 14 14 14
TI OLD GENU'INE HO M LA
SAN FRoANCISCO AND TEXASHOLA

Thec footbooll seaon~o joist finoishe tooo 0
Michoigant is coonceed to haove toeen a
moot odisostrous tone. Ito fact floe stow-v E E
ing madooeo waos so tory tooor thoat thecIhf~
situaotion hoos colled foor stronog andt nio Of
soundo t'ounosehool an dvise from ft'e olol
"war-hoorses" tot loy-gonte dayos. Thoese
meto 'whloo haove represtetd~to \fit'tigoto
in soooe tway, eithoor 000 ft'e tietld of ton
test tor toy floe excepttionaol iooterest r h 1
tate to tem atio soo on 010 ic l ito ouor
atholetic history', ore to attempilt to solve
the koooty poblemhti tot our "atlticl
pos0 0 wordoo ott this junoctutre, aimoinig to II d~ Q II
intotolct- looto the.iounooocil 'otlat 'or ir UUIU UU
consider to too ft-e senotimenit whricho
0010sf geerally oervatooth's lii noode'r-
graduate bodioy. After a t
hacoiooolos too-r had ot twoll doe Vacaton
totzed sysotm ott ootott'irii whtioh 'ex-
ttede over a010y gre-ot loengthof ime.o~r U
Yeaor ofto- ye-ar to- havo und to the tt ectu res
footbll esnoellgrl vtlaleNo to hleool outr too-t toot intetrets. Prtntedi lectures for all depart-
This plaoy haove tbeto cluot to ouor too- ments of the University. Type-
oatility to retooin ft-e ohld toocto brcoatse writing and Mimeographing.
of a mulootiftde of reoasons, tor betcoause EDWARDS BROS.
woe deemdat ochaotoge nece-ssary- trtom hOver 5hechan's) 6s ~ State Stree
floe itotor sowoitng tmatde by floe teamt.
Th fctre ots t least, thaot fth to d mon K rrd,
chaniges woere tmade. Nowo it is at wvell- Kerr & Co.,1~
estoablished faoct in floe buisitoess woorld, BANKERS
ohs wetll as ini other sphberes, float it is 41 Wahl Street, New York
wi'se 0 o' if taoottogoe inl ft-e hetad
antd hoottd float guides. Intohle first Transact a teneraol batoking businese.
place, select (anod onoly offer coaltn do- HeceivE deposits subject to draft. Dividends
atod interest cellected and remitted. Act is
liberation) a steady, reliable atod Cota- Fiscal Agents far and negotiate tht istue of
lotent person for echief, then he slowo to railroads, street railtways, tss companies, etc.
p ' Securities baught satd sold on commit Ion.
odrop him from the service. Ptrimoarily, Members New Yori Etxchange.
then, we ineed a quasi-permatoetnt bead
to our proposed new coaching system, DEAL IS
wohto shall be chief of the stall of HIGH-GRADE INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
coaches. List o eurrent nilerlscaa- mcu to Cppilmod,
In the second place we nteed a staff PHILADELPHIA CORRESPONDENTS.
of coaches, consistinig of at least two or GRAHAM, KERR & CO.
three experienced football men. These \RIDE A ...a- *,'.
mnt should preferably be old Miehigana/ M
players, but if good mnaterial of our
owon stock is not available than do not M. STAERLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
hesitate to go to other fields. One of 119 W. Washington St.
these sub-coaches should devote him- You~Tsr Oil Lamps For "Ann
self to the line, another to the backs, EXC H A N GE. Arhier' Match Gleneratsrs
etc., etc., each working alone in his GASOLINE LAMPS
particular section, of the game, hut ali Bring in year oldl ones and let un make ysu
tending to conform to the general uni- an offer.
fled system mapped out at councils of The Superior M'fg. Co.,
the staff. These 'sub-coaches Woahly 329.S Main St., near Williams.
col eobtained at a figure no o x Meaduisaeters for Shade, Mantles ad

COLD RIOAST stEEF COLD CHIICKEN
IIOT COFFEE COFFEE CAKS

COLD TONGUE
PIES

MIhLK

AT-
ROSEY'S
REID AND SUCCESSORS
EY N0LDS RosET tLa 3JIL

SOUTH
\TATE
STREET

i. F. SCHUH,
207 E. Washington Street.

SANITARY PLUMBING.
ELECTRIC CONSvRUCTION AND SUPPLIES,
STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING,
ARTISSIC (GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES,
HIGH GRADE MANTELS AND GRATES.

We are. headquarters for avery thing in the line' of furnishings for
students' rooms,
LAMPS, OIL CANS, PHOTO RACKS, SHADES
WASTE PAPER BASKETS, CUSPIDORS.
Our .Prices You Will Always Find the Lowest.'
MARKHAM'S BAZAAR
'218 SOUTH MAINISTREET NEW STATE 'PHONE 482

SWE~ETS TOTHE SWEET. IF YOUWAN I TO BE SWEET- SE BROGAN. IIV&S MIR

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