THE UNIVERSITY OF MICIAN~ DAILY.
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) huringthe
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN
O. H. HANS, '01
F. ENGEHARD,01 L
ATHLETICS, - G. D. HUDNUTT,'01 E.
A. H. McDouGALL,'01 E. L. J. MONTGOMERY 0
W. A. KNIGHT, '01 L. V. T. EVANs '03
Miss LILLIAN K. SABINE '03.
It may be well to note that the Daily
Is the quasi-official publication of the
university, and the general medium for
bringing before the student body mat-
ters of interest. The Daily will en-
deavor to print all the college news of
general interest, from all sources, and
Ito this end it asks the co-operation of
all students, and solicits contributions
of matter likely to interest the student
body at large.
Today the Daily begins publication
for the year with a special issue the
regular publication beginning Tuesday,
the 25th, with the opening of school.
Three thousand copies of this number
will be issued and distributed thor-
oughly in order to acquaint new stu-
dents with the Daily and to place be-
fore the student body our scholarship
offer. The matter chosen is of a gen-
eral nature in the hope that it may in-
terest old students and be of particular
interest to those just entering.
The fact that the merchants of Ann
Arbor have bought up every available
inch of advertising space in the Daily
for the coming year speaks very well
for the paper's worth and is the best
testimonial that can be offered. Ad-
vertisers demand a circulation and that
the Daily furnishes the only reliable
and thorough means of reaching the
immense student body at Michigan has
become a matter of histry. Now, why
does it have a far reaching power
among the students? Because it gives
them 'the very latest news covering
every interest represented on the cam-
pus. The Daily is eagerly watched for
the latest situations in athletics for the
latest discoveries in the laboratories,
and in a hundred other ways. it has a
circulation because it is wanted and
because it has a place on the campus.
Freshmen can do nothing better after
gaying their fee and entering the Uni-
versity than to subscribe at once for
the Daily and know what is going on
in the miniature city on State street.
The football management most earn-
estly urges every student, freshman or
otherwise, Who has any degree of foot-
ball ability, or who has the requisite
strength, size and weight, to report to
the Athletic Field afternoons at 3
o'clock. This is a duty which every
of the university who cannot play the
game himself use isutmot endeavor
to get all the heavy men he knows out
to the afternoon practice games. If
the students will get the material out
to the field, Fitzpatrick and Lea will do
the rest, and Michigan will continue to
occupy the high position she has
always held among the schools of the
Michigan's football schedule for the
coming season has been most admir-
ably arranged by Graduate Director-
Baird. Seven out of the 'ten games are
played on Regent's Field; of the outside
games one has been set in Detroit with
Iowa University and two in Chicago,
one with Illinois and the other the big
wind-up game with Chicago on
Thanksgiving Day. The schedule is
entirely with western elevens and has
the appearance of being planned so as
to work up to the Cicago game, which
is the real object, of course. But Michi-
gan will run into some stumbling
blocks in Illinois and Iowa before she
gets to the finish, so that the schedule
will be one of interest throughout.
The schedule which follows should be
cut out and preserved.:
Sept. 20-Hillsdale at Regents' Field.
Oct. 6-Kalamazoo College at Re-
Oct. 13-Case Scientific School at Re-
Oct.' F-Purdue at Regents' Field.
Oct. 29--Illinois at Marshall Field,
Nov. 3-Indiana at Regents' Field.
Nov. 10-Iowa at Detroit.
Nov. 17-Notre Dome at Regents'
Nov. 24-Ohio State utveroiy at
Nov. 29 (Thanksgiving Day)--Chi-
cago at Marshall Field.
College stationery at specialty at
Reuben H. Kempf, from European
Conservatory, Germany, teacher of
piano, organ and musical composition;
also the art of teaching. Studio, 312
S. Division st.
WANTED-For church quartet choir;
soprano, tenor and bass soloist. In-
quire 312 S. Division sat.
You will find a full stock of all Law
and Medical books at Wahr's.
Best $3 hat made is the Howard.
Wadhams, Ryan & Reule, sole agents.
* AND THE OLD ONs ALso.
We are better prepared than ever
to give the best of carriage service,
having added two rubber tired
coaches to our stock.
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at a Sacrifice
The way our shoes are going will
surprise you, and the prices that
are making them go will surprise
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able for you to be surprised. Drop
in to-day and try it.
GLASS'S SHOE STORE,
109 So. Main Street.
Open evenisgs "nii ANN ARBOR, MICH.
To the Students
University ot Michigan
It is with pleasnri we welcome you back to our city
and this being otr first Fall Opening we invite you
to our New Store v here we would be pleased to show
you anything in the
Best Ready to Wear Clothing, Hats, Caps and Furnishings.
A most complete stock of ccEVERYTHING NEW" at the
lowest possible CAsfi PRICE. Our Styles are ab-
STAEBLER 211 South
& BWUERTH Main St.
ATHEN S THEATRE,
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T C IR RST B1G GUNS Or THE SCASON.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 25. Hoyt's Banner Success,
"A TRIP TO CHINATOWN,"
Introducing Mr. Harry Gilfoil.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26.
Mr. John Griffith in a Magnificent Revival of
THURSDAY, SEPT. 27.
Wm. A. Brady Presents Olga Nethersole's version of
Production Complete as Presented at Wallack's Theatre, New York City.
PRICES, 25c, 50c, 75c and $i.oo.
Seats on Sale Three Days in Advance of any Attraction at HALLER'S Jewelry
Store. New State Phone.
REMODELED, REFITTED, EVERYTHING NEW.
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Scl SEIDSUCCEsos OUTH
RosENTHALER 312 STREET
student otves his university. -The ma-
jority of the members of 'the team that
is to represent the 'Varsity this fall
must be new men. The greatest need
is for big, 'heavy men to fili the holes
in the line left by the absence of Cun-
ningham, France and Steekle. Let
every man in'the university who weighs
180 pounds or more come out to the
field this afternoon and report to
Trainer Fitzpatrick. It makes no dif-
ference whether he ever had a fodtball
in his hand 'or not. Let every student
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207 E. Washington Street. ARTI sIC GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTUREs.
* HIGH GRADE MANTELS AND GRATES.
TO THE STUDENTS:
BUY YOUR SHOES OF
$3.00 and 3.50 SHOES A SPECIALTY
T HE JHtOEMAN
218 S. MAIN ST.
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SWEETS TO THE SWEET. IF YOU WANT TO SWEET, SEE BROGAN, 110 S. MAIN