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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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JOSEPH C. WATTS

THE MICHIGAN DAILY., GIVE VANDERBILT A WELCOME.

Entered as second class matter at the Ann
Arbor Postoffice.
Published daily (Mondays excepted) during
the college year, at 17 East Washington
street. Bell phone 82. Home phone 76.
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
Business Manager, WALTER R. HANS
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Manager, 236 S.12th St., Phone 849 L.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1905..
Editor Today-Ienry A. Montgomery.
CALENDAR.
Oct. 13-Open air mass meeting.
Oct. 14-Football, Vanderbilt vs. Mich-
igan, at Ferry field.
Shakespearean recital by Professor
Trueblood, 8 p. in., law lecture
room G..
All-Fresh vs. M. A. C. at Lansing.
Oct. 16-Lecture on insurance Prof.
Glover. Lecture room, Tappan hall.
8 p. u.
Oct. 18-Football, Desison vs. Michigan
at Ferry field.
Oct. 25-Football, Albion vs. Michigan.
Everyone out to the Michigan Union
singing meeting tonight. These meet-
ings are a step in the right direction,
but their continued success depends en-
tirely on the sympathetic co-operation
of the student body. The program which
the Union has mapped out for the year
is entirely commendable. They have
proceeded on the assumption that there
is a real Michigan spirit, lacking only
proper opportunity for its expression.
It rests now with the students them-
selves whether or not there are grounds
for that assumption. Michigan spirit is on
trial. The opportunity is not lacking.
Let every student remember his duty to
himself and to Michigan and turn out
to the meeting tonight with enthusiasm
in his heart and a strong voice for Mich-
igan.
W. A. A. ELECTION.
At the W. A A. election yesterday
afternoon, Miss Olive Bucks was elected
sophomore representative on the execu-
tive board of the association and Miss
Clara Trueblood freshman representa-
tive.

The Commodores with their coach,
Dan McGugin, will arrive over the Ann
Arbor road at 9:n5 and it would be
well for as many as can do so without
cutting classes to meet the bunch at the
train and give them a royal welcome.
This is the first invasion by a southern
team and besides they are coached by
Dan McGugin, one of Michigan's most
prominent men, both in athletics and
other university affairs. Turn out to
the mass meeting tomorrow night. Do
all you can to show them that the alma
mater of their great coach is "true
blis."
PROSPERITY SMILES
ON KEYSTONE CLUB
The U. of M. Keystone club has been
demonstrating the fact of late that it
is very much alive and bids fair to take
a prominent place in the activities of
the various college organizations during
the college year.
The club's president, J. Kirk Renner,
an 'n6 law, is at his home in Connells-
ville suffering from a dangerous attack
of typhoid. Mr. Renner in all likelihood.
cilsot resume his studies utsil cxl
fall. Por ihempresent, Albert W. Stes-
ger, a senior law, is the executive head
of the Pennsy organization.
The club is doing good work among
the students and through their clubhouse
at 328 South Fifth avenue has been en-
abled this year to associate agreeably
the students from the state whose name
it bears. Here every Pennsylvania stu-
dent is made to feel at home and is
offered room and board at a moderate
cost. The clubhouse is accommodating
about twenty men. The men in the
house and Penn men in the immediate
vicinity are eating there. The club holds
its regular meetings here and the loung-
ing rooms and smoking rooms are busy
places.
At a meeting held Monday evening
steps were taken to fit up the clubhouse
with a billiard hall. The first of a ser-
ies of smokers, held last week, brought
about one hundred men together. Act-
ing President Stenger said last night
that the membership roll had now
reached about 130--all students who call
the Keystone state home. There are
more Pennsylvania men at school here
and many have expressed a desire to
identify themselves with their state club.
As it stands, the Keystone club is the
irgest and to all apperaances the most
firmly established organization of it kind
in college.
If you are in need of a fine pair of
shoes or rubbers call at Aprill's shoe
store, Washington street. cod-tf
MAGAZINES.
Orders filled at lowest prices. Relia-
ble treatment assured. Fraternity orders
solicited. Phone 2s5. M. G. Reibeling. tf
The Ann Arbor Press (formerly Par-
ker & Snyder), printers of the Michigan
Daily, The Alumnus, Inlander, Yost's
great book on football, the Technic, S.
C. A. handbook, etc., etc., are priter
to the student body. u E. Washing-
ton street. tf

ROOMS TO RENT.
Front suite and three back rooms ;
modern house, with lights, heat and
bath. Three blocks east of campus. 827
Arch street. 11-18
STUDENTS.
A fire insurance policy costing $2.0'
may save you $400. See W. H. Smith,
room 20, Ann Arbor Savings bank block,
or call up Bell phone 249J. tf
LOST.
3A folding Eastman Kodak, two or
three miles this side of Whitmore lake.
If found return to E. B. Scott at direc-
tor's office of chemical lab, and receive
reward. 13-20
Suits pressed, 25c; trousers, oc.
Fuller & O'Connor. tf
Flashlights of the rush.
LYNDON, 721 N. University.
See Cushing's fine display of bulk
chocolates.
ALLEN, THE CLOTHIER, MAIN
STREET. FALL SUITS, NEWEST
STYLES, $1o.oo AND $15.oo. -17
U. of M. pins and souvenirs.
Haler's Jewelry Store, Mai street.
Flashlights of the rish.
LYNDON, 721 N. University.
Why pay twice as much for your
Michigan pins on State street when you
can get a better assortment at one-half
the price at Arnolds jewelry store? tf
Take a chance on a pipe at Cushing's.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
I wish to withdraw my name as can-
didate for varsity baseball manager.
James A. Allen.
Fall tennis tournament opens the first
of next week. All entries must be in
by Monday, October 16, at 6 p. m. Send
entries to Lucius, 1408 Washtenaw ave-
nue, phone 343. Good prizes have been
secured.
All those interested in chess or
checkers meet at 4 p. so. today at Uni-
versity Y. M. C. A. New men espec-
ially invited Sibbet.
All freshman engineers and lits are
requested to report at the gym at 2 to
4 and 7 to g o'clock.
Tryout for Banjo club at 7:15 p. m.
in room 23.
Varsity band meet at School of Music
promptly at 6:45 sharp tonight. Wear
your uniforms. Roth, Mgr.
The Alpha Nu literary society has de-
cided not to hold a meeting Saturday
night, in order that all members may
attend Prof. Trueblood's recital. Next
meeting October 21.
All Illinois men' in the university are
invited to attend a smoker given by the
club at Nicol hall Saturday evening,
October 14.

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Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
SOVSA'S BAND
ERNEST THOMPSON-SETON
(Naturalist, author, and lecturer.)
JACOB RIIS
(Social reformer and author)
JEROME K. JEROME
(England's humorist)
LORADO TAFT
(America's greatest living sculptor)
LELAND T. POWERS
(Impersonator)
F. HOPKINSON SMITH
(Author, artist, and lecturer)
HON. CHAS. B. LANDIS =1:
(Eloquent politician and orator)
FREDERICK WARDE
(Noted English Shakespearean actor and lecturer)
PRESIDENT ALDERMAN
1+(University of Virginia)
ORATORICAL CONTEST
±. LA-1 Open number)
S. I.A.Office- Vain Cordor, University Hall; Hoars, 4-6 daily (Sat-
urdaynexcepted.) M1h igan State ,'hone, 552. (tCosrse Tickets, $2.00; Seats
reserved SOc extra; single adnission, $1.00. Tickets may be obtained at S.
L. A. office or fromstudent sellers.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Co=Operative Store
310 SOUTH STATE STREET
The Co-operative System is the only way for College men to
secure low prices. The first week demonstrated its success.
The ordinary busfn ess-for-profit methods cannot
cope with the Co-operative method.
Join the CoOp

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capital, $50,000, Surplus and Profits, $65,000
Does aOGeneralBanking Businessand Pay
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