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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

fl bTHE MICHIGAN DAILY.- COMMUNICATION.
Gntered srsecdndclass mater at the Ann (Continued from page i.)
Arber Postoffice.. and kept in Chicago as a contingency
r fund, we object to an individual stock-
C oPutblished daity (Mondayts exeted) doriag
the collte year, at t7 BEat Washingtet h otder in the corporation hotding the
stret. tt tt phone82.H om. phase p6. futnds whiech remain after the per cenrt
Leadingfor the contingeney fond has been de-
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW tdtcted. If there are any net proceeds
Business Manager, WALTER R. HANS fromt these tueets the directors contetnd
MERCANT AILO Sitey shrould go to ttre organization which
MEC A T T IO SEDITORS. helpeui to earn thetma ty sending a leanm
Athletics ..........Claree E. Etdeidge to participate and payitng att of its ex-
New s.........Actthur C. Pound
________________________ ticitaste.......Chartet E;. Winstoad petlses..
lutsic ............A. It. Ortaseyts as a futrttter ground itaoutr favor we
Womens.............En 3e . Artmstreng tmerely tmentiotn that from comtmon re-
EDItTOtRtAL STAFF. port we itnfer thsat asmong the other nmem-
The largest stock inS tioghis entr Franktin C. Parhs tiers of te cotnference the proceeds are
the City of eselusive Louis D. Stichney. held by the athletic -aseuciatious as _a
styles in Woolens for ASSOCIATES. matter of right.
Gentlemen wear. Of tergec A. Oshornt tarold C. hSsitth Herbert Wv. Clark,
high-class fabrics and 0 J. lCast tile, Jr. Gergto. . tarsnrs Chairmsan of Cotstmittee.
12I. lare O'ttrien Frash J. Ctack
special style for stu- RttbectrtH. Clacy Henry A. Montgomerry Editor :Michigats Daily:
dents, I). F. Stevon~t~ Walter ilteausa I wish tsr correct a statetment whsichs
EAT~n pear se asa t pad isappeared itt yesterday's issue its whichs
___________________ advnse. it was isplied that the Athletic asso-
________________________________ pelation wits restpotnsibsle for thse baisd's
pAddress: WALTER E. HANS' Businessfiacacodtn.Aamterffct
5 Manager, 236 S. 12th St., Phone 849 L. futca odtos samte ffst
G. H. Wild o. thre associatiots cause to the bassd's rs
G. . 'P'id Co.--cite shsortly after its orgatnizatiots and it
311S. taa ov as aBxIsas earniestit alotsgever since, providitig
311S. tat at. ag it withsutniformss atsd supplies. At pres-
eCC0006 0eCW z~1. 1 crya s t',rrenti'o 1_Ttsascut the relatiots betsveentthle Athsletic

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of a writing paper that will save yeu
money. Suitable far the finest car-
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and is pat up in paund packages can-
faining 4 quires at paper fer abaut
the price that you've been paying
far one quire.
Price 35c per lb.
Enivelopes 15c per pkg.
2 for 25c.
Sheebdan&Co.
Students' Bookstore
Oh
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or other.
personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargaina in Watches & Diamonds
Office at resstdencee33t E. Liherty St
Ann Arhor.
Hours s: ts130ia. ot.,1tto 3:30 and7to
9 p. M
J0SEP11 C. WATTS

i

Editor Today-J. EARL OGLE, JR.
CALENDAR.

Oct. sS-Footblsai, Detnison vs. Michigan
at Ferry field.
Oct. ii9-W. A. A. electiesn.
Oct. r91908 o htiielectiots insrootssC,
Ussisversity sail.
Oct. 20-M'aass tmeetinig itsUntiversity
hasll at y7:30, suiler ausicies of tire
i'siclrig-ais Unioss.
Oct. 21-Fooitball. Nebiraskas vs. Mich-
igatn, at Ferry fistd.
Oct. 2i-i9o8 engisseer eleciionr; new
esigisseeritig buiilditig.
Dci. 25-Fooiiraii, Alisiots vs. Michigan.
Oct. 28-Fooiblsal. Drake vs. Micisigats.
at Ferry field.
Camsiss tals yesterday sas citsched all
doussisi. to wjietlser or stot sr's teesd a
bsandr. 'tie larve gsst tsr hasve it, it tse
sicuet sIrs t is thsetn only a qusestiosn of
mietissds.
If tire \Athletic associationsardone
sit that it eatslissdsreits consstituttiotn, thsen
it is ill) tsr use studrenrts to sirakaetsp lire
remindisser. 'T'he basnd belotigs to the
rheisseassspuss, ini athletics ands out. Tire
1Iai relieves thast tihere is essossghscal-
lege loyalty astisoessige spirit to tmake isp
use diefiit. Easierns colleges support
suchi rsoiri- iisss very largely try siu-
seripionts. Aut irsigass cani at least rio as
iseli. If the subsscripioiispiai is adossited
it is certaily iptsos the studsetits to sp
lu-potit iiloyally oast generously.
CLASS iN SIGHT SINGING.
Gi'rl Killeesihliarraritgerdtsrconrdusct
a as insright singinsg io se heist attire
School sf1it uisi esvesisigs. Tue first
mseetiisg will ibe'heist Fridtay ight ai
7 i'lok

sssciaion atndtre batnd is very frieirdly,
it hravsing tire sutpport of the association
mosere thanstsits ireviosts years.
To explainthetirelationshrip of the
vasriouis organrizatiotns intsis tmatter I
site the followinsg resolustionrs of the
ioard of control:
Resolsved, Thatt tiresdirector of outt-
door athsetics is itsstrtucted tor observe
tse followitng its iis dealitgs with tire
basnd:
t. Tire rembiers of ithe stniversity
baindstrait be givets free adtmissiotn to all
gaimes andmetries at whsicih they play
aind shall receive so retnuneration for
titrservices.
2. Upotn cotnditionth iat the batnd give
its services ast alt rouse gaises atsd ireets
thrroisghosuitirhe seasotn it sitallire taken
sit otne trip inth ie autstumnatnd onre in
the sprinig, the dietermnsationr of wisich
trips shalt be left to tire discretions of tire
dtirecior of outdoor athletics. It tory
1also bse tauenott sucs other trips as tire
siterd of cotroli tay permoit. Unsder
the ititerpretation of thsis rule trairsiporta-
tiont only sill be paid.
3. The director of outdoor atirletics
is hserebsy empowered to supply sorbsi-
trmss and tmrusic for tire university isaind
as nay be required for athletic purposes.
At the esnd of the college year these
suniforms and thse mrusic shall be retuered
to the director of outdoor athletics for
isafe kaeepinsg duinbg tire ssumer.
As a stutter of fact, lire associattion,
the iroarsd of conrtrol and lire graduisate
sdirector liarve seeirtire victimss of sufosr-
ltssiate crsessainces in the bsattrimitter
atidihave beeti unable to give tire or-
gansizaionsthte stupptort it seeds. They
ire all hseartily in favosr of the studseist
bsody givitig it strongfitrasncial backing.
Thsere is no doubdt tihat tire batnd is sorely
pressed for uniformrs and I cans only add
that it is sow sir to every individual
ureiruer of tire student body to rioiris

DENNISON UNtVERSITY
OF UNKNOWN STRENGTH
(Cointinued from page .)
are forwards, but it is appareitly a part
of Booth's tactics to maie use of oe
of this pair when Nebraska is har
pressed anrd is forced to charge straigt
ahread. It is conrceded that, against stiff
oppositiot, their plttges wilt prove less
effectivseloss oothis isconfdet trt
Cotton anid Taysr are made of tie
stff whichdshiossld casieheartaces its
opposing lites.j
Tire depornent of Wilson, Scmidt,
Litle asid Masotn as backs is also highly
sstisfatory, and its fact te quarter-
sack sitiatiotn is giving Booth Iis great-
est bother. Eager atd Morse are bots
sew at passitig tie all ad are tot yeti
gettinig rid of tie oval with tie desired
speed. Uptonth ie suess or faiure of
teachisgitighiier of tenstlis trickh iniges'
musch of Nerakas chasces for the
year.
H-amburgers and oter sadwices at
the Night usset Cafe. Open day and
ight; orders taken by phone 1078 L.
3t S. State street, first dor north of
W agser's. t
Alarm clocks at NAGER'S, Mais
street.
I will give away one copy of te Mish-
gas Cariosn withs every 25-ceste pu-
chase. Casrisig's pharsacy. tf
Miss Gapin, reader and teacher of
eocutiossatid oratory. Coacing of plays
a specialty. 215 S. State street. -33
rokess eyeglass iltnses duiplicateo.
Optical Dept., Arnold's Jewelry Store. f
I will give away ose coy of te Mic-
gas Cariots swith every a25-cestpusr-
cuhae. Cushliigs pharmsay. f
Why pity twicers uschsoi for your
Michigats piss on State street wen you
rats get a etter assortesnt at ote-isalf
the price st Arnolds jeswery store? f
tLos'-Itsitiai A gold broos pit. Findo-
er peare returtn to5Cutisg Fats, an
receisve reward. tf
Estabrlised 18s8
'Tie college jeweers.
HA s,s si's Jutstv ivTOss, Mains St.
Expert jewelry atd wathr repiirisg
at Arnold's Jewelry Store. f
STUDENTS.
A fire insurance policy costitg $.o
tory save you $0.ioSfee W. H. Smit,
room a, Ants Arbor Svitgs bank block,
or call uip Bell phote 249J. tf
LOST.
3A folding Eastttanr Kodak, two or
three mies this side of Whitmore lake.
If founid retorts to . B. Scott at direc-
tor's office of chemical lab, aid receive
reward. 13-20

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O per censtineest n Time and Savings
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Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
Ernest Thompson=S. ton Nov. 3
lion. Chas B. Landis = Nov. 10
Jerome K. Jerome = . Dec. 1
Jtacob A. Riis - = = Jan. 16
F. Hiopkinson Smith - __
Lorado Taft = . Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - . Mar. 12
Pres. Alderman r -lar. _--
SOUSA'S BAND = = Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers = May 2
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.Office, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
SINGLE ADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Phora. 552
Office Hours: 4-6 Daily (Saturday excepted)

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