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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Co.
Leading
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The largest stock in
the City of exclusive
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Gentlemen wear. Of
high-claos fabrico and
special style for stu-
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Pennants
Michigan
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to sosc t/esss 10 /ou)assd
tell Vatttsh/e pri(c
Sheehan & Co.
Students' Bookstore
Get Your Room

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY. sorsst ritsenardto enthe charges thast I
triedi to indul r tt otwiesto sttth-

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SEteredt as secnd ctas xtter at the Axe
rArhr Petffie.
yPublished daily (Modys etcepted drig
rthe cellege year, asty7EastWashigte
r street. Bell phes8q2. Hee phees7y.
Managing Edior, CLYDE L DEW
YBusiness Manager, WALTEE . HANS
YEDITORS.
YAtltetis.......Clarence E. Eldridg
YNexs............Leeis D. Stinhey
IErchuttge-.....Charles E. Wisted
Music ........A. H. Orteyeys
r Woen ......e ....Effis J. Asttreg
r EDITORIAL STAFF.
rIHugh Allee Fraki C. Prk
r R. Ctars O'Brien.
ASSOCIATES.
Gerges A. Oshern Harld C. Smith
J. Earl Ogte, Jr. Gerge A. Bares:
Fesrris N. Smith Frak J. Clark
Rnbert I1. Clacy Hrry A. Mentgetry
D. F. Seernsoe Wltr Metenbaset
GdnD0 Bradlry Jhntt t. Ware
Roy V. Lull Flyd I1. Jues
RATE: $.5e per enr, ous lass ii paid is
adae.
Address: WALTEE . HANS' Business
Manager, 236 s. 12th St., Phone 849 L.
TlCsI)AY, N OVWEMB IER 21, 95.
E ditor ioday-CLENN D. BRADLEY.
.101Mt'S V tttNZtSD TtttLi.C
(Cosntiutecd fromo page one.)
,ratytonisiconsissnttttil,igtitlde o
"/it r te Micigant atitietic ioard
Baiitciihols a ttytremrattdlcotroiting
poer" ty Jotdatt "Chairmant A. H.
Pa nIt istieort eiclly Opipotsrd to
tietctttttttgttfot menr,.ibttute is tnowtt
atmot netn s tttu ettasa antutwio
rnestwinngtac. Tie at o
Micigattnhalss been tlaetd iy ter al tsnsii
anthetacu/tslty Itas btrrttsttbttttrdby
theblecrcrtow d Tie alutmtsi srer
asa tltc cleatitgthosse atnd sp
ypltttnt thle field agency wotrk o tie
Yotn sool on icory. Itt acadrm'ic
prsig\ichitgatt pysthansnnomey for
thkind tttfsloicyaty titdicollege pride sie
lied. ert titndciis tdivertecd frotn
acadeirstc channes, sie rises ot her ilt'
toes ands cries, 'od ibles or Yost.'
'lie car of nr systemi' smiles, drawn
nsalary larter than anyttpiroesor, and
tie tmatd scratmblne for victory goen on."
'lie Daiy' heieen that tie folowig
interviewns twi ring otitie gross it-
accuracies antd Iftlseitodsitt Jorca's
artice
Coacht Yost positiely reitsed 10 make
aty cottnetilnttJorcasnarticle
"What'sthtie se ttf taitg ay atte-
tionto ia tfelowe lie that;' lincsaid.
"'Pie frienids o/f Michigani will kinon
that t isa lit ico lien sihout ay stae-
ttenttfrtott te attciheenettmies will
bieitecit, anttiif IIpiilec tp denials
mttn htittighnit wolnc't maketnyti
di fferen c.
"itsjutnice to Mcr. Fititlaty of YWisnnt-
siI w ittmakee tie followig stae

tgatt.
"Fitndlay wrotte to tte at tie egit-
nintg o last year. anig that te didti'
thinki le nnotsldi be al ttle10gel alotg
withthtie coacht very well atd asked
whannt the senttitoett of tie sttdnts at
lieligai wotntl ie it regard in hin
conitg ter. I1wrtene to himnitatd told
himit that tititer the circumtnstatesn 1
thoutghtt Inchad ietter retinith iner.
Thtat ctsedth ie corresponidenc."
DirecttrBairciurt itntio a eary
lautghiwhn sh ownt his portrait itt Col-
iers' with te tolowitig itscriptint
ttntder i: "Chl~en Baird, te butsitess
mutt of Michigan'n attletics atd silett
partner of thte fitt of Yost atd Baird,
victney maker."
"I really dont intk there is anything
for metoi say," he replied. "Tie article
is so full of itiatcuttacies atd so tmani-
tesily tunair tat it cotdetiins itself"
Pro/. Bates wsa natraly raller
stirred etiner cte assertion tat he ad
ttsed is offcittl tositiont to itdtce Totm
H-ammotndsit ctmne to Mithitgan adt
nad arratigetd easy etranereattina-
tiotis toehimii.
"There is atsouttely nt a settblnatce
of truthiniteltnaltient that I ittneec
TotiH.'ttttt totiii cometieio Micigat
or tat the etnrane enitatinns were
mtade easy ftor himi," said Pro.lBates.
"I ae ieeti accitaitetd witTo'Fots
parents fortt lotg tie aneote day
itn tie stttmmter o/1no3 I wan introtttedt
in himii. Amt thie it tinitgle saiti
teastat the wasscrzy in go t Mc-
igatn, hilt wis sraid liacle cottld nt
hiss the etrtance eatminationst. He
tad ieetidowntiessitoeItwoyears atd
nshinie there httteattenedced a smial high
nctoo. Whnttie rettted to Chicago
hte swastitableto nnget tany credit oe i
nwork atttl tatd to ette Hyde Prk hiigt
schtool as a freshmnt.
"At lie timie we ad tins conversa-
tionsToninhitd tit cmptnied irsnthirt
y~eritt te ighi sholo. Owngitointie
ito years he intlsent ith ie eas, le
tens rather older thanth ie averige higt
schoonltndcnt andlsas anios in leave
thte igh school tan go to Milcigai.
teatise his yountger iroher, Harry,
nho Ithad gradutaed fromti yde Park
wsa goitig there attdl he was araidthtt
if hte diidn' gos atithis tme,le ener
wonulde get there.
"At this tiime I sas pracicitg law
its Chictago antd had n official cotiec-
tioni witht the unrsitiy bttwitg to
tinefat that Tomn was older thatnnost
high scholnnb oys and had really ad
leve years nofihight school work, I ttugtl
lie was rettelyo inetter college atd ad-
ised hmtt to comie to Atn Aror ad
see DeanitHntcints about akitg the
entratnce enamtinaions. No ote wio
kcns te deant will,TIthinitk, actse
tutm 0/ ining partial to atlees. Tomtn
studied titere weeksinttder tie directioti
of Mtr. Tuttlte, a ttor who was recotn-
mnsded to hiitimy Deati Huttcnin, atid
thetn took the samte examintints tat
the ounes took. lie was carettui to
conera fromt DatiHutchints tie act
that Ie Vtw atianathlete lbecatselie ad
heard tat ue deatiwas tpreudsicecl
agaitist themn. He ettered lie law de-
partmentt with Iwo ettranercntdiitons,

which isnthsinitg at all ttssscai-tiers.
are htundrrds of frcnhmnsin it'e nsi-
nerity carryitng cotditionsnof this kidt.
Itt ftact, I ettererditielitettry deinart-
mtieti ree withn fotte cntditionns.
"Int regard, to H-estonn's ansd Greg
ory's scholarship, they nwere botaser-
age stdets. I sdotthinksthtes-De
toti stdied titthn, buti Incwantunttraly
lright anid nearly anwtys matde air re-
citatioins. f I hattd cotditioned himit,
I wosulsd atelnevehd t cntdition at cea i
tforty' per centn of the stdentits ntie
class. Gregory dien'tithitte tie ntra
tbliity that Hesioti sid. mt i t u ncdies
turd and his reciatiotn snerfully til
In tine aerage"
The folowitig satementnwsas tmade to
Tine Daily y a mietber of tie faculty:
"This mnaJ ordamn swas itoInsee oe
one day last sutmmter ands all le could
tals abouttwtas ment litle saners that
hr had terd. I told hitm fratklny'tati
I believed he intendsesd to write ttipn
senationsal story that woul be baet
ott vicouts college gosiptrauer tan
ltthl, atid thislie lpraciliy' tdmitites.
1 pitsled ou151toIhimsi wh eres.hle colds
write ott reanl evils of footal, for there
is tno sdout th at they' exist. Foe its
stutte, durintg tepast we eteerone
was excited oer tie gimse tand little
studtyinig was done.
"Biefore lie left, Jordautn made a state
nnttiwhicht shown hm u in ht in tet
light. He sidtih iat lie hadtlbeet nti
if rnnpotytnett eer sitce le left tie
tninversity ands this oportnitiy ihatd
comettir i mttanit gdsndrs. 'If I 1
write a series of tartce-perhaps yut
wottulcall itetinsensastionual; I call temi
readablne-it will get a paceensthtie reg
itlar stff of Colliers'-somtheiin that
T hattvesrenmedi of ftr yers
TomniHamtndotiwas tlso rater
wrathly taltte malticisntinitgs nt
It in a lie to sity tat 1Iws 5eer
tarred tfttm ptarticipatsions its atletcs
at Hyde Part,"'lit satid. "I lydi
three years onthie fotall tettmsantsd
was elected cpttainit thue edt of sy
thiids year-Honeer 1 left there tand
camse ihere, andtosn ener hit chtcac
to act as captain. I ever thiogt of
gontg to any oter chtooln except Mic-
ga, iand if I cusltn't itavne comei' here
I won'st es't ate gote anywer.
Int regard to Tnom Bird,. it is et facte
knsown nto ee'n trstudent stho swas eee
last year that te baseal cptainsnt'5
drotnped frotiscnhottint acont of fti-
tre In keep tui with his stiies. Purtet-
ermitne, Harry Coe,wnounLiew' irth
ande oiler meiemes ot in famiily its
WYashintgltn, says tiatstestory mth ii
Tommtsy teas trasvellig itnde nas-i
(Contintued on page 3.)
SYANTED fStudcettacutainted nw it
city of Chicago, to sell suvsseirs there
Thanksbgiving. $135 nothei sold heee
flaitday. Apply' tAleri . Peney
306 E.\Yashintgtton. 49
LOST-Tswoweeks ols brintde bulli
terrior, whtiie clet andtspot nhto e
ownvter'namte scatchtedhon colslatt. Re-
Plaso attd office' tesfor nsale cheap
521 E. Jeffersnt. 4-4

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Poster
A Souvenir of the
Great Michigan-Wis-
consin Game; the finest
at the price offered on
State Street.
10c each
The Bookstore that's never Un-
dersold
C. E. BARTHELL'S
List of Late Pusbllcations
Hiolt's Diseases of Children
Osler Practice of Medicine.
Butler's Diagnosis.
Williams' Obstetrices.
Bryant's Operative Surgery.
Sahli's Diagnosis.
Nancrede'e Principles of Sur-
gery.
Oppenheim's Nervous Diseases.
Lippincott's Medical Diction-
ary, 1905.
Cunningham's Anatomy, 1905.
Gray's Anatomy, 1905.
Rockwell's Dissectors Guide.
Evans' Crown & Bridge,7th ed.
Johnson's Principles and Prac=
tics of Filling Teeth.
Black's Dental Anatomy.
Burchard's Dental Pathology
and Therapeutics.
C. B. Barthell
326 5. STATE ST.
Telephone 761

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Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
Jerome K. Jerome
Chas. Battell Loomis - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Rils - .= Jan. 16
F. Hopkinson Smith
Lorado Taft ..- Jan. 3i
Frederick Warde -. Mar. 12
Pros. Alderman fe .Par. -
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Leland T. Powers May 2
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May be obtained at S. L. A. Office or from Student Sellers
Seats reserved-'50 Cents Extra-at S. L. A. Box
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