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January 11, 1910 - Image 2

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'PHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wc _v cnike lines
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W x1wI~ttiDress
CALL ANDSeIaUy
310S. STATE STREET
At t ea ewSr -

TH MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Editor
CQLARIGNCD E.ELDRIDGE.
Business Manager
CARL H. 0. ADAM.
A~ddiess : MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
M1ay nard Street.
Offlce B ours : Manlagng Editor, 8-11i
p. us. Business Manager, I-2, 7-8 p. mn.
tExcept Sunday. Both phones.
EDITORS.
Naws...Lee A White
Assistant .......Harold Titus
Aitetics ...'..Wilbur D. Elliott
W~omsen ......PFrieda Klilstitek
Mlusic atnd Dranma.M otlis S. Baker
Exchanlges........... M. B. McHugh
EDITORIALS.
James K. Watkins Morrison Shafroth
Cthartes Good G. S. Lasher
Johns T. Kenny
ASSOCIATE EDITORlS.
Water K. Towers harry Z. Pole
Dion flrey D. A. Hinckley
ii tlior B. I.Vtoetitllan Russell B. James
l ead Lasstoil Hurry G. Myser
h Vrtnk isselt Charles H. Mylander
:Mortis looser H. Mack Ryan
Wsade Otiver
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. Bowman01 Norman Ht Hill
Wal~tier Q. Wsilgus Myer Ruhin
Kenet ortsOsborns NormlanlWittet

seism~allknt tie
ci~ ~ N& O
ol .is lis wl te e
~ ~) Ni fit:RP
+^akA Bl

gals bsatleshsipscress before lbs Inor
ale Pensnsylvania gamte. Wie ,V t-etswr h iit iteie:ri
of hoss those ioair hutdradi ci--
marched 0on10 the gridironsoil preen-'
the members of the fotaleevntp
a handsomte flag sod theoughooust
gamue inispired the reprsesssativsof the
maize said blaseswithi muiand is eesi
110 ofisciat action lhassbe tkntoso
these jolly tars, swhosa onluts es hadi
bseeii te namie MliiO i tis ithat atk is
AAiborsseare ive thiousanidimen andi
swoiien silo recogisiza lhesapairit of 5c1,1
lowship aind respoind tosi. Thu 1is
sweeks Iare passed since ltatsall
game, it is sot yet too ltetoareedayi
the oversight. The sailors tidithe'ir
tribsute to Miichsigan ssiltissls, sigldl-
honlestly. Canniot thsis Usisitaly tboat
retuirn the comiplimnit
JUNIORS INDULGE IN
PURITY SA'lOK1iR Si SatliN
Ovter aevenity-fiv e11111o1is Illstesdsed
the first smtaker givel-teli c lass tis-
year. This ssaslthe fisat smoketoilbeI
conducsitedtalong waiasen dcl
the "purity plani' and1thisafisisws a5
dleciedtsuccess. The ul it nussisi
ider andsldosighnuitis55asptissesits
alter these liadt beens anjo~yedalillitu
aindu settlesd hack ill their ch as toenjoy
the toasts swhichs folsssest
G. S. Lasher, actig s ataster,
kept tip a running fire if Isistthrousghoust.
The first ihoast, Oure Duty ls to ahaSen
iors,"swas to lisle Ibeeisgilvsniby Iowell
Care, sot a nof thicla esa isetsrked
hse mnissedt his cir suitdIwas ssssbleto b le
presenst. Donasld KahiisslieseforeI a ict
the funictiont by tellinigwsitshle eoisisi
erest to lie "Ouir Daily to thiSopahoi
snores," aiid isas fostlowedcitylF,.I IsislI
Poiund oin 'Our lDuty- to the 1 ri atc i
Joe Hornse was next oiced tlasea
spondlalto 5a1 encore to lila tilIasooaf
lee whlichi Harry H amimondsiaveisv sati
lie considered to tie the "Navi as isv
Evils" of college life. In a shorst 5stp
talk Edwsard J. Walish, treasurer ofitis
claiss, toldl in a iiew ssay the old stor
if "Hue atid Dtun." t'rest ILsitoIsiay: e
his iow- fanmouas iimpersoatisssiss f
Fieldliig It. Yost indst sns ii i
Raltih J. Block gaveashrreueo;
lisa J Lils in thesir ativitues isois h
stage, lieinig fosllossest by J. .I aIt
swithi "J. Lits ini Mtsic"-r lakt{iG
occasion tos engasge inieea htso.
at the musicians tiesesnt sait 1eptisthe
assembslly in a ripptle of 1aughter aIill it is
lug the course of histak
Miaurice Myers tlo th nee al
otherswise of the class i thics, and--as
ai closiing thought said ~ aewi
iaidllost,butsit hse wordis ofonesNV.-
Shakiestpeare, 'let 'em come'."
ArthuL; . Curtis than toaste'i
Abssent Ones" ansd spoke 55is ocii
sermis of thse girls ofthcls.Ieod
of ihe opplorunities swhich tseliii I ()
Ills class sre slloing toiplisabill ii
b'ecomnig betteracuai ed w'itsith IseII

to co r ll r mo , j rtsil
wit iss iller t lassit
It Isfi.-
£m tIN scsels urt--
5 e a utiy. is is -
la ye whictshHiltse-r i w a a

int

OFFICE
SUPPLIES
Begin the Year Right
Yos uay needii
Handy Desk Calendar
Excelsior Dairy
Day Book or Ledger
Quart of Ink
Pint of Mucilage
Box of Pens or Bands
Bill Heads,Receipt Blanks
Filing Cabinet
Fountain Pen or a
Dozen Pencils
Typewriter Ribbons
' hiyulir~equIlirein MIllsline at
WA H R'S
University Bookstore
LY N DON
719 NORTHl UNIVERSITY AVE.
Pictures
Kodaks
Photo Supplies
Developing
g Prilltillg
Enlarging
The largest line Pen-
nants and Banners
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
Chi s, F lisicland Ammusnsition
1,_ .Liberty St. Ann Arbor, Michigan
R. E. JOLLY 'S
08 S. ST ATE STREET
Lunches, Tobbacco, Cigars and
Cigar ettes.

-~ tl! -stafsib
iatthey lily
a lisa -Visa
aS 5 ti isIa
t il ll over
sis-i,-flvtr
ht orsit l

It l IIX's, J AN U RY Ts, 1910.
i-szi l a Jca i- NV si<'s fillK. 'lowVRs.
lsiiss Clear, contiiinedl cold.
t' I- lVIlfillY CALENDAR.
(,. Jims13 .S itsgirls' Iusiselisiu, Barbiour
HC -lUn.iinismemeisipi dinner,
s. I ni ris etls til lsa. 6fpin.
J11 13i i-VYastytBanid dansce, Barhour
4t- 7}5n
is - I asT5-cior is l t daicee Isidtluncheon,
11 its se silgy . 12:311.
J-t 5 Ni - thltilsNsoati oniielection.
vt I_ ills ilt issall. d p. iM.
J «n. j It-suit Ititi 5tois Booth, S. L-

ois tal Poll1 -i IhI tansa
s1- 1 Irf
Ilt of i-a It Io s ial
if

a ad
Is
Suple
L'_
as r6s en

T"l ti IT]

;i-t ii linii ir liidace, Grass-

Jans. 2i VishelIspetor," Comedy Cluh
pla y, New Witney.
Ju - .2i --SesIsisas MacManus, S. L. A.
3r. 28 _- rSleslall Lisgisseer dance, Har-
(",iii stythisigbe Is e 0cinconisistcent
thniheUsaiv ersity of Michigan posing
ra - I ,t:leasesr against tuberculosis
51rol its inineast facultyimenmbers and
- t - -Ongiii- censitisiswihich trevail
1p,5ions srdenst is forced
its ysir or usea sptssblic drisking
cipi, tsitc- is suevriably ladesn with bac-
11111. I' is aitairy condition sof some
of t:isigsisapose isdeed, whsile
vs 5s% 5 iisn iswsssae, the onedmisal
-(sit ithtis inisthue most 1conspicu-
osexmlea sinitse camuss. A little
i<i ars s omeicaaign mifl sight well tbe
is order.
asliaisireisslle this a commsuni-
, i , Ia is essiry ini order to call the
i 'f th ifle stusdenst body to a most
(1 cwlj -is lackt of appreciatio of the
cion 1_,1( ii i Iby miemsblers of the ichhi-

PREaSBUILDING. MAYNARD Sr. t'-i5 5 5ft a ! s->7 i
'The best inthe I lse (is/ssisid s thsa e laI-test
in ()peieiluati st Ind 1:iihiii 'althss
best msakes isf 'at I situ s
MUSICAL SUPPLIES 01' ALL KINI)S
t1ies1?1b x ic WI use
Havo youa heard that ;xtnker at the
Theatoiu
Better huzrry, She's Gre.tlI

1wefliinteCity
%I-ni fo B11-,.Lavrysdent oult
B -B.r.B PIPES
19 lMichigall
Pillows
Marked Down to
Close Out
BETTER COME QUICK
E. E, CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.

R'ANDALL & PA CK, Ph ot ograph ers

phone 598

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