THE TI[CHGIOAN )AIL-V
Official Newspaper at the Univerity
Published every morning except Mon-
.. day throughout the school year. ..
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
tion of the services which the post of-
fice officials did us yesterday morning
in enabling us to secure the cut., for
the cartoon which appeared in Satur-
day morning's paper. At midnight the
cut had not appeared. When the early
morning mails arrived from Detroit,
shortly before three o'clock, the post-
office night torce and the Daily night
force eagerly searched the sacks until
they found the much desired package
and bore it up to the offilce where the
forms were being held open for it.
It is a thing
y Z. Folz
i G. McGee
C. Harold Hil
CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS ARE
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by the'Michigan Alumni Association,
of Chicago, which through its presi-
dent, asked the conference for an ex-
pression as to what would be neces- PvAtnsam Portr
sary for Michigan to do in order to get
back into the fold.
Matters passed upon at the meeting
-were as follows: It was decidedi to per-
mit the conference colleges to schedule Por
more intersectional games; it was de-
cided that a protest on any player
should be filed at least two weeks be-
fore the game in question; it was de-
cided that the first degree a student
receives in a combined course should
not debar him from competing in ath-
The most radical measure proposed
at the meeting was a resolution intro- 319 E. Ev
duced by Prof. Paige of Minnesota in
which he urged that scholarship be
made the only basis on which to de- Platinurm Portra
termine an athlete's amateur rating.
This resolution was laid on the table,
lowever, to be taken up at a meeting We Do Fr
to be called some time in January. 1 PRESSI
"I am satisfied," remarked Prof. Suits Cleaned and Press
Paige after the meeting. "We got what FULLER & O
we wanted." His remark is taken to
mean that he is satisfied the conference
will pass favorably on his resolution at
the next meeting.
Union Offers Special Menit Today. 4
The following dinner will be served
at the Michigan Union today from I to
3 and from 6 to 8 p.m.:
Leonard M. Rieser
n J. V. Sweeney
) . 1.
Canape de Caviar.
Queen Olives. I
Night Editor--Mack Ryan.
The Directory Again.
Discoveries subsequent to the pub-
ication of our recent editorial con-
erning the failure of the directory to
ppear, have led us to believe that we
id the printers of that publication an
njustice saddling them with such
riticism as we deemed deserved. The
ontract between the printer and the
oard in Control of Student Publica-
ions calls for the publication of the
irectory thirty days after the last
opy is turned in. However open such
contract may be to criticism the
rinters seem to be fulfilling their por-
on of the agreement and to be doing
11 they promised to perform.
By Courtesy of Uncle Sam., f
We desire to express our a.pprecia-
Lake Trout, Rhine Wine Sauce.
Roast Spring Chicken, Currant Jelly.
Roast Prime Rib of Beef, au Jus.
Potatoes Berrichon. Succotash
Sweet Potatoes Georgia'
o ueat Ice Cream and Cake
Regent Real Recovers Slowly.
Regent Junius E. Beal, who has been
confined to his home for several weeks
with a sever attack of pneumonia, is
recovering slowly and. expects to be
able to leave the house next week.
Soph Lits to Hold Initial Dinner.
"Squib" Torbet, Guy Woolfolk, Owen
Winters, "Bill" Dykema, and Waldo
Fellows will furnish the toasts and
musical program for the soph lits at
their initial class dinner at the Union
tomorrow night, while R. H. Plaisance
will represent the faculty. The dinner
will commence promptly at 5:30.
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WE SERVE HOT LUNCHES
Fine Line of
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Have you noticed
appearance a perfect fitting Dress Suit gives one.
This is the only kind we make.
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Did you catch cold Saturday?
We carry acomplete line of all
the good cold cures, and Cough
Syrups at the right Prices.
Don't forget to stop at
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703 PACKARD STREET
307-309 S. State St.
There is a difference in bil-
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on a Bruswick-Balke you
know it is the best. We have
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I you are not getting your
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