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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

G. g .Wild omlpally
MERCHANT TAILORS :
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of fine Woolens for Suit-
Ilrgs, Overcoats and Trou-
sers, Fancy Vestings for
1909 and 1910.
We make Full Dress
Suits a Specialty
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311 S. STATE STREET
At the New Store
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"C LI NTO N"
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MADE OF LINEN. BARCO SHRUNK
REGULAR AND QUARTER SIZES
150 2 for 255
WIVSARKER 02 MAKERS.
Sold in Ann Arbor by
WAGNER & CO.
Stat Stret
A. G.SPALDING & BROS.
The no l~nt arethelargest mau-
AUGt~j~iUIU tcturerstn the wold
Trade-Mark of OFICIAL QUIP-
MNT,forallatletic!.
%. lf a oI porto and patime.
t p Jf you are interet-
P edo in Athletic Sport
f"~. you hould hve acp
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the world as a wats New in Sport
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Running Suits
Indoor Sprinters'
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We can supply you with every-
thing for te Gym.
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11711 MICHIGAN DAILY.
Manaig ELdttor
CtAENcgCE . ELltnIsGEe
Buness )fnnage
CAnt . I.O. AAMs.
Address: MICHoIGANeoDAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynsard Street.
0f1iccSorn: Managing Editor, 8-st
p. to. Business Mantager, I-2, 7-8 p. tot.
Except Sutnday. Both pitones.
EDIORSc.
News.........Lee A White
Assistant .............. Harold Titus
Athletics.......... Wilbur D. Elliott
Women ........... Frieda Kleinstiick
Music and Dranta...Hollis S. Baker
Exchanges........... M. B. MeHugh
EDITORItALS,
Jamtes K. Watkinss Morrison Shafroth
Charles Good G. S. Laslter
Johns T. Kennty
ASSOCATEIT ORlS,
Walter K. Towers Il arry Z. Fole_
Diont Birtney D. s. Hinclely
Arthur B. Nloehlrun tRutssell B. James
Fred Lawtont 11rry G. Myser
Frantk Roweoll Charles I1. Mylander
Morris Douser M. Mack Ryans
Wad e Oliver
lBUSINESS 5STAFF
C. A. Bowmant Neorman H Hill
Walter Q. Wilgeus Myer Robin
Kenntetlh Osbortn NormeantWittet

better than the debatc.
Good as ''Flese ctor"lsi ssill be, so
one witll regret heavinig select:ed the de-
bate for thin eveninig. Neccsarily, Mr.
Hollister's charges lease not received
the publictty accorded the edramatiss,
but swe vouch for tlii.fanet lhat thcyase
top-notchers and arccermptlyit to uphold
Michigatn's ettviab~le reco~rdl on the de-
bating platform.es Furtbermtore, the
Cotmedy Club will reteeat its performs-
atece betwseene semnesters ands this or-
ratngemntttepe rmits t.ltenidatce ael both
play ated debate,
A\ cotmmunsicationec cierning this
conflict in slate lens bietn receivedl.Tle
writer intimnates thatethIe (omsedy Clubi's
mnaegerment ihes beene tot onily niegli-
getnt, but also discourteous, its billinsg its
shtow for the night of thee debiate. This
vtewv is itecerrect, for Fridaey eveteitng
swns the ottly availaeble oeee for thse plasy.
Necessity bees cotmptelledel lepIresent ar-
rangemnt. The ilay swill lee well at-
tened andcs eleetret thte d eate wsill sot
stiffer undouly.
Ct-ESS AND ChULCKlER CLUB
IS tLlllINU TIIENAMI NT
Withs several eaeces-a.gaitnst otheer
colleges ite views,te cess n hce
tourtiarienct swhichoiso beingegle1for the
piurpoise eel pieseg the tesoi best teamcs
sen thse camstpus, is groewsineg more ecil-
iseg ever)'dasy. W. D.I).anie, wsoIeee
heldl the checker chamopioteship of the
Uniiversity for three yeers, is pldin sg his
usual steadey gaemse. Seefr ice hies a
ierfect avereage, hains Ilaedelandil5woen
twsenty games.
W. K. Zeonelski, ssho seleltlichless
chamupionshipincc :> 1 9 07 ii, iscle
for a place oss the 1910 chess teames. es
waslski swas a smesmber of loot year's
team, beinsg beatesn out for the chami-
pionship its a close ceontest by C. W.
Goss.
Judginig froms preeset feermi, IR. I,.
Radioed, W. K. Zcwadski asci C. Stei-
sam will repsresenteth~e LUniversity cit

seo at. llcerleesr -yi lis' shlesunchieon.ef
Tlsoiseletie teiiiilcg i.e A1 setof seal
saldceedepotaitoles, buetteried reelis,1
esoffee . and raspbercry= c i eeltbe
serv e etil direetlya eatt: ?O ce lc,
dlarncing isill be liegee se ~it y- afteelz
giee:Fischer beinig is he.weeisei
Dleaes sed Mrs. Jo,., e().feed, Nr.
end Ais.eJohnse i. and D cii Ileans
hi > U. Jotdan ci clliii ofe-eetse cass
er thesevsnt.
Flloingie the ie, ,c i i hi has dom-s
sitsediall the soeciae linicais of the class,
insformaei~leisyill bl<ie :15evlee cciii iy
vaiosus smstheods the' cccvii lers iof thes
cls lwl essme setteracqinsossted.
lice etireedancinsg lprogramss sill cot
lee givenccisletot1ev coneventionsal swaltzes
andsl two-stse sslnd introeductiosswill
lee dscrsded is eusecessariy.
The followsinig will assistlicc servinig
anentcetaciig:Misses 1Helens Shepe-
arid, SarahiSuthlerlandse, FleeresetMairx,
'AcsalDice; Messrs. Ilerbert Govt,Ar-
these Curtis, ficceare Sistmondiies, PF'rel
I ,ces Ile ebWilliamsiDudlgs'en, Viecr'
Conline, lGeorg esnderseon, Cecil Evanis,
U. S. l,,eslier, llheodolre Bearce, N eClel-
Isss ii ce tidcld ilseeier egineersI
line ecst casseisd e orcy endl worke. LastI
nightl seventiv escemcemers eelthaetve
eralelassde, forgettingleer the inlsitn
Iee'eraesics andsl ether kinedeeievilslee-
eeedacig uses. IThsearrancgemsensis
oel thi' ece 'iciiisitevecousldl not havie
lees imps5rov el upoinc. lhe daince swas
soe elel.diecided sucvcess iy every iten
pesentl.Proefessor andelfirs. luorch cande
Ireli eer candl'Mrs. Bucrsley caeeroedss.

'.I FOWNES

UNION t.nBEti

FRIDAY, JANUARY at, tgto.
Eiditoe Today--Foeug M fessser.,.
WervuIc: Snow flurries, colder.
UN IVERITY CALENDAR.
Jan. 2o--Robert Edeson ice "A Mt~an's a
Man," New Whitney.
Jn. ace --loanalacsel dinnser, Unioni dleb
souse, 6 p. m.
Jan. 20--Senior Eginiee dace, Grace
ger's.
Juts. 2as-. Lit lunceone, arliour gymi.
12 p. tie.
Jae. .21-"The Inspestor,' Comsedy Club
play, New Whiitneey.
Jain. ai-Michigan- N irleeveslersi debate.
University haell.
Jan. 22a-Second partey i Catholic Stu-
dents' club series.
Jan, n2-"The G~oddess of Liberty,"
matinee and night, New Whitney.
Jan. 21--Wocean's League ice carnilval.
Just. nfl-Senomas MacMacns, 5. L. A,
numober.
Jan. all-Ireol EnRginecer dasnce,Bar-
bour gyms.
Utiavoidably and unfortuniately the
varsity debate atnd the Comiedly Clubs
perfortmance will he completitors for lo-
cal patronsage. toteighel. While our use
dergraduate actors are expliing theft
set on the Whitney theatre stage, three,
Michigan speakers will be battling
againtst Northewesternees star debating
teaco in Unoversity halt.
Both entertainioets will suffer from
the conflict, but because of its different
character the debate doubtless will be
the heavy loser. At bent Michigan's de-
batineg teams int past years leave beeni
but poorly suppsorted. To pirocure
pleasure from discussions, pro ated con,
of a highly technical subject, an auidi-
ence most exert itself proportionately
to the pleasure derived. In a much less
degree is the same true of the specta-
tors at a play. IThis tstm1p haps, the
reason.si~r ' 33- ildraw

chess. 'Isolireibacble miemobers of lice G O
checker tenon are W. 1). Ibane cnd 3. 0 0 E
If. Greette. A third eciaen has yet 10 mean right gloves-
appear, so buy Fones andI save
arage ct h ~totCesieTe presettt toturnamtenetstill steloese trouble,
till after the examninationso. Whens the
teamns are inaelly pickedl, nchtiieswlil bse ________________________
Checker Club, asc iiwth otlier college'
tennms. With suschs stronsg niaterial ooe
handoe, Michigan bils ifir to ucodel1c
reputaitioni alreadly estaeblishinel e the Five unounted photographs for ap-
depeartmient of chess acid checkers. plicaitioni lerploses, cost 68 cents.
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