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THE MICHIGAN DAILY -- __ _

ISpring, 1906
OUR STORY
Attractive Styles
New Colorings
IFOR
IM[N'S W[AR
ILargest Line of Woolens
Shown, all at
IPOPULAR PRICES
Full Dress Suits a Specialty
at
IG. H. Wild Co.
Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
A 311 S. State at.
NEW AND SECOND=
HAND
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For All Departments
at
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Students' Bookstore
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Prevail Here
No flembership Fee
to pay
Football Pillow

THE 4MICHIGAN DAILY.
Entered at tecntd class mattrat the Ann
Arbor Pottoffice.
Pubtitshed daily (Modays excepted) during
the college year, at 117 East Washington
street. Sell phone 892. Hotoe phoste 76.
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
Rosiness Miaaager, WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
Athleis.........Clarente E. Eldridge
Newss............ois D. Stickney
oEhangs....... Chtatles E. Winstead
Mtttio............A. H. Ortmteye
Wome.......... Effie 3.Armtrontg
EDITORIAL STAFF.
Hugh Allett Franklin C. Pars
Arthur C. Pound.
ASSOCIATES.
George A. Osborn George A. Barnes
Ferris N. Stmith Frank J. Clark
Robert H. Clanoy Heny A. Montgooery
D. F. Stevetnson Waller Metzenbaum
Glenn .1) Bradley John F. Worz
Roy V. toll Floyd H. Jones
Harold C. Soith
RATRS: $2.50 per year, 0r $a.oo it paid is
advanceo
Address: WALTER R. HANS' Business
Manager. 236 S. 12th St.. Phone t49 L.
''t? I )S\Y, FEBRUARY 13, 1906.
Editor today-FLOYD H. JONES.
CALENDAR-
F"el. 14-J. S. Gttckel, presidet of the
Natitotal N ettvsoy' associationt at
Netwb erry tall, 6:45.
i etttig of boartl tf reget.
Felt. t --Cottintrecital by Allberltteok-
wotett, Frieze tall, 4:30 1. Ill.
1 ,a Sttcittl rtb dttncee, Grttngers
acatdetmy.
Felt. t6--Keystotne cltb dattce, Grangers
academy.
Felt.17-.Concert lby'Girls' Glee clttl,
Starahe Caswell Angell tall, 8 1. in.
Felt. 24-"Mlacbetht' andel"'The Merehantt
of Veedce," by Beit Greet eompanty,
ini University httll. -Mlatittee ted
ttighttterfttrmnces.
A11limettters ofttfe1c laily boatta r ee
requtestetl tti mert inthte Daily' tffice ino
sharpts odtay.'Tis.meetinugtwill lte shttrt
attd itccttrtatnt.
ITe IDacily s plteasetdIt toaottitce te
addcitiotti tf Hleniry F. Scliulte tt its,
editorial botard. 'Xr. Schulte hstac-
tit eanettviable reptitation tis an tth-l.
etc.t gttottlstuidettt, tttd ottall ttrottntt
Etcodtimti. The Daily coitsidlers itself
1 fttrtuntatte ittaddiung him oIste statff.

to features tof fotttball is datnigeruis.
ft is ptttsible that tle prfessors of
LaiiitGreelk,itiry, etc., whtotitsadte' ttp
thte Chigttctiferetice' tre bteler ettal-
iietd tjuitdge butttweetre itclieito
dtlthiis. If. as ie eliee will e
te ctse, te tntusiber of itjiries in
westertifotttball is itcreased ext year,
we cttitendl tlit te lamse sol e
laiit at the dottrs of te confereiteemieo-
ersndtitn ot tscribet to te gtine itself.
Hfowever, in viewetf te ratical aticlon
ttkein lyv the tclties of Wisconsine tod
Chicagso, perhaps te sotlt le tttik-
fiul that the ictiots of te Varsity Setate
was itt worse. Foottbttll, t least, is
savedin t spite of the efforts of tat por-
tione of lte faclty who svttuld mtake
every sttiteit a "gritd" sus as they
temstelves were diringthIeir ollege
careers. Our footttll eans will imeet
oppoeing teams onsts qatfil ftoting,
totightotrcoaet etinnot bat o tf the
prefix 'rof." We sincerely httpe that
te coifusito ine which te coniferettee
reformers left te football sititttio sill
be eleareid tiltbefore lotg, for te presett
sitettioitt affords a rtre oploruniity, for
thitse wordly-mitided insiviulas who
lore t jest tibotithle imtptrctictlid eaets
of cisllegetrtfessrs.
FACt.',ThY NOTICE S.
Acrtig tta rle of te literr
dettarttment, cnidiiins' received ithlat
dlepatenettt te edtlif teflst ati-
estr cnnttitbIte retioved utiltattfe
Ap1ril i
Prtfesstr I lOoge's cutr se itt Aniciett
.Athtetiatt Life, opeitoittall stttteits, is
chanitgedt frtttmtFridcay ttMoniday, t 2,
titttfromttithtettttsettitiectire 1,001n1 to
RottmttC. nitiersity httll.
Professore Stanleyvanontctes tictt tht
course inth ~e eoutitinttitf mtsia istrt-
iieits will Ie el t the scheutlei time,
'ittttt Ity' at 2, ii te Stearis cilectiont
Latint-Coutirse B, Virgil, Aetcied,
ltoks I ttt VI. is tttet to sttiets seto
hcate ttkeit Cttrse A, adteiottall oters
whitare icfferedt either twit tr three
tnits of L~atitn for entraitte, trsvitdecd
thtat Virgi tasinoit icltded. 'rTose
wishing totconistlt mte botittttthis ctourse
macy ftid e i Rttttmt17 at , 2 tie 3
except ott Montda. First meetitg of
teclass ott Wednesday, Fecetary 0,
at 2. This course will noct tse gieit ext
1ea.eiry A.6.Sadters.
The comittftee ttn exrai hoir will
mteet eervtday of te first week of the
seconud settester it Rttttit1F.University
hllt, frtstt 4:30 to 5:30 tP. it.. to cotsier
thte atptlicationts of stidetts wisiig ex-
trattti hor..Sichtaptpticatiots tmiist Ie
tiade itt eerstntdriig the frst week of
thte settester. Beftre mcakitg his ter-
stttial tptplicationttie1cstiidetticest otaii
frostite registrar te tstonary appli-
ctittitbsatik anid cfter fiting it out.
mutdeposit it itt the registrars box
tit the tdotor of Rooms A. This ituist e
tie a lest two hours lefore perstnal
ctpcplictitn to the comitee. Tis rle
elies ntt apply to first year stdets,
whoit ictst suobmeit their choice of studies
to the cotmtitee ott eetieois.

BA\TTERY CAhNsl)y.TE
BlEGIN BIARD WORK
Coahicti7l.itier rrivedetitowtnulyes-
terdacy, aiid aticon sic hicIe ail dotitiet his
baseball seit thitg begait to get lively.
IHI set tesenoai or set catditoes ftr
the battery positoes to work imcedei-
ately, anmithtlouighc notitg streutos
wacs cttemtedelGepitcers atdcaticers
were gvenin testpplorunicty to loosentitp
fir a little mtore tt atc hour. After
the work downstirs was over 'Mac"
scit th1ccni upstairs were Itey begit
to get teir twindi in codttitoic by takig
seeral aps ontile track.
ITe ecge hats eet ustitioe1cgymi
but it will proaliy not 1bc lowered for
tise unitil teemcidle or ttter part tf
the neek. As tetwcirlers have to tdt
te celkloftsieswiork llithecccage, ii
pitchtincg t theroter cadidates for
hattiiig praticie Coachc M Aliser
thioiightcit e gotilplantoicgie temic c
fecw uays preitminacry workotitbeftre
isuing ithe call for ifielers atit out-
fieideis. IHIcis ailxiots titll the etn-
tiidates ftrtee battery, hocwever, reotir
ftr practice' i the bacsemseti of te gyml
etcery claylbeginntigthis aftericoonut t
i o'closck.
Nttte of thee tltImecnicere out ftr
Iracice yesterdaty excet Ctinien-e
ell atndt DeNeffe, tpitcers, aidTaftf,
catchler. Schulitetias lsttot wrmintg
tip, tedloks gtttdt as i pssibiity ftr
lie btackttt poititn. Wtetington, thit
trietlout latseacr stemissto b1ccnfcfirl
goodtitsiape.
Ofithl~e ne te c, Lwelth eeEsca-
aibtaifreshiiiati, antid ieuiple, frmteii
1 U'ersity tf Virginia, loek the est
frtmte ecelittle cworkc donei'yeserdacy.
Ctcht McAllister wcas tised yser-
dcy cwhat te cances tre ftr i reeti-
ton ttf tist ycar's camupinsip-ifting
stuntt, aitdtliecanweredl with hils tue
worot retort: -I cans tell you more aibott
it after the' gmee." Ferter tanthelat
te ouldtt iake o reeictions. Hu-
ever.tin ie deel'otel a canpiotnshi
lean tiiisyear awhen'itnoi ilts iaed dreciis'd
f sctaltinig, te hsthecccotfiecete
tf thee stets cintiesteciatllyiof le
pliayerntemtsetve..
hEXCC'RSlI.N 'I'D ETROIST.
th y co' f he Ytsi-Akttntevery ight
tisstweek. Ctrlecies AtiiAror it
6 t.inst., rettrninisglecies Detroit cat 10
t. it. andhitop. ic. : attrciotn, ''u
Virginian." edtitf
THEATRE EXCURSON.
'To Dteroit, Friday, Fel. o6. 'Triii
leaves Mieligas Ceitra depotcii 64+5
e. i.; retutruiitg, eaes Detroit it ti :30
p i. Roitiid trill fre So ceits..\ttrac-
tions at Detroit Otera uoise, "The Vir-
ginicit." Order yurtte icets a ciitte
fromc J. F,. Reitgertbtlepotes 935
332 Sothit Stoic street. 12-95
LATI'lN TEACHER \VAN'l'I-
College preti work ii a oys' tccdtiy.
Begis7Macrchc i: $5 to $100 tper mithut
aisit hotee: icrease ext yecr if sie-
cessfil. B. F.Clarkc. 17 . VcittIliren
street, Chiccgo. 9294
A 5c cigar to the student. "Gov.
Bagley." Ask Genereatx. f

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aigainst thue briutaulity of fotbacll, it cer-
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Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905, Fifty-second Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
Jerome K. Jerome
Chas. Battell Loomis - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Ruts . I - - Jan. 16
F. Hopkinaon Smith..............
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value and just the thing for skating or
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