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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ts
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
-Ialeed as scocos lass smatte al the Ass
Arbor Postflce.
Published daily (Moday exceited prieg the
college year. asi E. Wasiistolosstet.
Bell hne S9s'cHorePhess%1
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
Business Manager, WALTER R. HANS
ED TORS
Aehtblties -------CLAsEsC E. ELni GE
News ------------- Asnurs (C. PUs
Exchtanges- C Aes E NSTrsEA
EcDTORAL STAFF
Rugh Alen ranls C. Prs
Louis tD. Sticney.
RIATE'S; 2.')1perC 05n", or 1201 1if paid in
Address: WALTER H. HANS' Business
Manager, 2365S. 12h St. Phone 849 L.
FIRL' Y. SEPTlEMBl-ER 29, 95.
LEditor Toda-GEORGE A. OSBORN.
CAILENDAR
Sept. 29 Biening receptiotnior iten
ted woeni at Newbrry hal.
Sept. 30-Michigan vs. Ohlo Welcyans
at Ferry field, at 3 p. ii.
Sept. 3-All-Fresh vs. Ypslaiti Nr-
mal at Ypsilanti.
Oct. I-Preidedt Angell's address 1o
ew stodnts, in Uiiversity hall.
Oct. i-A. B. Williams' address to tni-
versity mseti at MMillan hall.
Oct. 4d-Michigain vs. Kat~snazoo a
Ferry field
Oct. 7--Miehigain vs. Css at Ferry field.
Every freshminai should turi ot to-
night to the first Michigan Uinioi sing-
ig imeetig. Their presence is neces-
sary to the success of the affair, ard
till redouncd greatly to their owi aid-
eanlage. The Uiionr has riace eaor
ale pretaratiorns oe this first eveit of
the college year, but nitcha as they have
clnie, the hearty colperatioi of all
classes of studeints is necessary to the
csiisunsrzitorsf their efforts. Here is
ani opportunitiy for the first year men to
cuueiiitocoitaltwiti a laudable ec-
hibitioinofSMichilgans spirit.
Nor is this a prposeless ceeraion.
It is a inew cstoii whirls the Union has
seii fit to iatigurae to stiulate and
unify Michigan siirit. Te sooier the
ie- men tget ito ine with the Mih-
gait Union msovement whose objecs
they cario fail to cooirend, the better
they will e prepared when the tine
comes fr thesi to assunmeele directions
ofi college aciviies. If we may take
the past yar as a criterion of the fsu-
tare progress of the Urior, the ienr of
909 may be the ones to riae every
presenitamiitiori of the Union aii as-
strd fact. I the ativitie5si this or-
ganiziationi there is every opportnity for
f reshmns to render hororahle service b.
Michigan. Even for selfish reasons the
ie men) should rerder every assistance
to the moemernt that strives to secure

fir thseii such material ads-antages.
The Uniois asks every freshman is
the uniiversity to icing te regulation
;ay eap.m te iffilcial donning of which
n-ill idate fersi toinighst. Every class
since 1909 has worii this ciiaiiad have
foutind it advarntageoiis inicemienuting class
organtization, aisd it weill he particularly
useful to 1939, because it will give them
the chance tn organize for the Rush.
BAND REORGANIZED.
The strainis that stir aind the strains
that soothe will he heard in Ain Arbor
this year niore frequently than ever be-
fore and from a helter hand thau the
university has bern ahle to boast of ini
previous years. August Schmidt. the
leader, selieves thatt a helter arid nor'
snccessfol year taii the present oiie
promises to lie has never presented it-
self ts the imeiniwithi the leather lttigs
aiii the iiible fingers.
Whlen our nwarrioirs of the pigsktins i-
rade the land of the eiiemiy the hand
proiiises to lieipresent to cheer thseii
aloiig. There is stit little cdotibt that the
sand n-ill accoiipaiiy the teaiis to Clii
cago this year, ais it did liwt years elfi
arid performed such good service play-
lug 'A Hnt Tinme" while the iiemiblers
stoodciaiskle deep ini the sinow. An effort
will also be niadlelt go to Chsamipaign.
(31 thetwreiity-fouir iieiiwo onsisti-
tutieiteeorganizationi last year, all but
three save retiritecd. Hotwever.,1-ast
year's nii ter swill sot satisfy those wbho
sire behiiit the hant this yeair aiid it is
expected ithae the baud u-ill be increasesd
.o forty mess. Nttiiig has liiiitesl the
iitimsber ini the past but a lick of utii-
foriis. It is expecteid that fsinds will be
forthicomnig this fall totiperchsase tse
required iiiiimber. The bandi has growis
in Ippuarity woisterftilly. Already Mr.
Schimidt has recedsved a great iittimler of
apliicationis.
Arraisgeitiss atre beiing perfectetd
whlerebyth ue band wilt rouse imore fee-
qutensty befoire the -studeint body. If te
light cant le hprosided, the sand witt
play oii the camsptus every other Friday
tiighst until cold weather prevenlts. iuir-
leg the witer the hand will presside
muisic at the iindoor tratck mieets anid
this fall i will apptear it every fosotblall
gamse.
SENIOR ENGINEER POLITICS.
The politicail situtioinii the iflof cii
ginecerinig class is rather csitplicaited.
Four caiidcates tire neil for the piresi-
deiicy, aiidleacti ias fair prospects of
winiting. Unpledged voters are isvlng
the lives of the hutiited. The four cait
dietes are Claade 0. Plurb, Dtiffield
Stttyiiaker, R. U. Wooley aiid Ferry
Paliier. Alt excepst the ltist itaimed are
nseelianicals,' aite souse comsprotmtise
maty bse effected, betweeii tteimstgainst
Palrier, who is the onsly 'ei-il" cani-
datte.

FIRE tN 1-IOSFITAL COLt BIN.
Fortwocci scks the coal stored1 itsthe
tan its ast hhsil sesttiisgplainttins
sect s loss Ile itiesise.despite till effort
ts suibcdue is. It wyas titonyhut to bse undtier
cssottol a Icsthidassaget.list broke isis
a:e oci n iiTuesday. anid itiwsuniecessary
to ran else steam puisp for several hours
psurinigswater ons the iiolteniisass. The
fire is sasswtitder control, bsnt sater 1is
still beinsg tpnured over else coal to pre-
vesst a recurcreisce of the ilaiscer. The
bini is conniected ithe the heating plait
and whesi full cointainss osver it huisereid
tons of coal.
MICHIGAN NOTES.
Thle tdesrutitosry systems at else Y. 1hit.
C. A. lis.ptrovsed very succesvsfuil anis
thec'roosi aslreadysis Iisieil tre either
oicupiedl sr cengagedt.
Charles Vanss euireti. a2, site of thle
Mtichsiganigerais sit Ipresent ini the staile
li-gislttnitc. is, iniAnitiAiborlistntter-estedl
ini the circsilationi of Coticsh Pnetssets
bisoksitsfootatitll.
Proif. Harry C. lTsurmanths lessesw
Gerutantpessfessor,. begantiIisduise
Wetdne-sday. the i ieisit l~rrsofItshe
clais sof 'q()aists1 sinceieeenc'tiea-,ching
it Chsarloste stnd St. Ious.
Dr. Frdwo as -s si~ril lt-
ell~atls hcr' yre" Netitlc( hs
tu nles -I sl r.Its Isue ie 0, isvc
its -sp n i-si' 'ts is' 1 " r '.) Ii 1 1 '-'i
yearwas t \Vlliastolt isc tie
isw silt isitic ftejc~~ tlfi ll
shit, ws~t inithe city T1_''5 cisy.
Hawue- iais-Wagsie r & Co.istsnis. 4
ers. !i/ti-istsrot. 2- -;
LOST.
Oues-lice gisldtw-ttchls -sits-sicane
ini hiac. IRewatit,21itS. Inigtalls. 45
tLtaboraitorysu-sits. Wasgnetr & Cii. --
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Anitmpoutirtani tuetisg of the Fenier'
cish will ise heis ld uesdayisesveniing at
j o'clointhue trophiylivrioomtsosfIWater-
matnisgyus. Gradle.
Blait en utituirnti withnliistu.rumnsi
at Schosol o usf3isic tusiigiii it 7 i'clock
Rsoth. Ntgr.
1 will sleet miy gradtuaite stuistsinii
aesthsetics 'lTuesdayijs uterin-siuatl_, us
the tilsopssthieal seinariyroomn.
Gesre e ee.

Vr wing nltumalus
ENGINEERS
Ke-ffel ft Esser
Guarnsteed sets at
$14.00. $i8.00, $20.00
$22.00 and $28.00
Kearn. Superior
Swss
't'his mnket e uimposrt dir-het
Clm intno oetted. Tci nsr-
sict. trete fsest madn'.rd
huynl t lee sp' rselthitemch
1:ce isnhoic elsitnh-tb' r-in-
tithi chts.
$58.00 aed $22.00
Richter Instrusmenats
$20.00
Larget nd FielStokto Daught-
ieg Sugplinthe City.
WAHR'S
315 S. Snu o St. 103=00 N. Min St.
Quarter Size
COLLARS
haveshoie e0ery quate r inch.
Thisihshe ahthnceto scr
thhtlpe1fectfit hd t whihhar ke
tho e l ile sollhhrindntitie wel
dreossedl
lest at
ithhe
Quare
-'- -- Snze
-- tped
AL Gs Cluet
CLET-CeAe ce Arrow
Lt5so-e00 tsa
nbc stir diffeee nis nn the qunnty
-snl ese tisyaro eale
Cluett, Pecabody & Co
Mkers~s ofutad MnarhSnin
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Oapitalistiltkit$to,000 Srpus, .V00,00
Riesourci, s, ','000u
A Geneoral Bonking Hoiness Trnscted
Oerhrhthhs: Chlse E. Hiseiseh. Pies ; W. h.
hhirrh'tis ViceiTres;555 5 Irtz. ishier.n
It Feels Good
on youT facC and your face
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if you use
WILLIAMS' SHTVINK

Firsi semuester. 905 nfl. Couer st.13
annuncsemuet iio uswhicht ws o m tittll I
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- -m istakte, still tse guen st su c 1 Motn-
NOTICE. dasy s, 2 p. nut.,II outC.
A. A. Stansley.
All footblluand chbaseblhhscores swill Ait ctanduidactes flute uriaily Ibisseri
its pasted tiroimptly' onithme Daily simle- secreusced u to et5iii erosC.UCii
tins board at Hustois Bros.', 312 S, Slate j sersisy still, sit i o'louicksarp this sfter-
street. 1-fl notn. tDew.

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