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edence to the asser-
atlemn in petticoats
udent body is steeped
rality, and who bases
)n the statements of a
teamsters' picnic de-
city square.
RS AGO TODAY.

began . ind+o©r i

dele-
n off

the.

Wenley made hi fist ap-
re a local audience.
aternity quara ver the
of the J Hod assumed'
)ns as to claim coluhins
e Daily.
s Addd to Library.
books on different tech-
were added to the engi-
yth~is mont,

Jan. 4-11.-Tryouts for Deutscher Ver-
ein play 4 to 5 p. mi., room 203 U. H'
Jan. 9.-Senior Eingineer dinner at the
Union.
Jan. 9.-"Ceramics" Dean Orton of 0.
S. U. West Physics Lecture Room at
8 o'clock.
Jan. 10.-Vocal recital by Nora C.
Hunt, School of Music.
Jan. 10.-Senior Dental Society Meet-
ing, Dental College.
Jan. 11.-Senior Dent dinner at the Un-
ion.
Jan. 11.-Faculty Concert, High School
hall.
Jan. 12.-Soph LUt -dinner at the Union,
5:30 p. Mn.
Jan. 13.-Senior Meicli dinner at the
Union.
Jan. 13.--Athletic Association eection,
U. Hall, 9) to 12 a. m.
Jan. 13.-Soph Lit dance at Packard
Danciag Academy.
Jan. 1.-"The Debts You F'orget,"New-
Newberry Hall, 3:00 p. n.
TWENT1Y YEARS~ AG>O TODAY.
Baseball schedule announced, includ-
ing tentative arrangements for games
with~ Cornell, Pennsylvania, Lafayette,
Princeton, Yale, Harvar, M. A. C~.
Northwestern, John~s Hopkis, Brown,
Hamiton, and Connecticut Wesleya.
Glee club itinerary, for annual tour,
was made public. St. Louis, Omaha,1
Chicago, and St. Paul were among the~
stops Lto1be made.

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Wanted- O01(1 r?wq ib Ikory .Yu.
suitable for Aulwile~d~spokes* P),
furthe'r illormlill "t-a .1 AtI hr %',
11 C. Morro),. Agr,, riw~4-1. J),.'
Michigan . a ls ,..
Foe Rent-One large front suite. 83:
E., University Av~enue. 72
FOUND
Found-Watch fob on State St. Owner
'may have it by calling at the Dlaily
office and paying for this ad~ errds.'
ment. 72
" =Buy the story of "Tle AWakieied ti..
nxieses" and other photographis of tit
fipain of LyndoxL, photographer 62
I Io. score and music of the Mihi
it I 1111111 Opera can be purchased h
fhe most convenient place. rinni
Trt; Annex, 313. So. State St. 62t1
-Awakened Rameses Souvenir Sorer
and Sheet Mske for sale at Schaeer
to Son's; 110 S. Main St. 63 t.
,.have, you seen those nobby Oxfor
blues at Milward's? Talor,~330 S. stat(
t.: 7tf'
"Hockhey players will land a splendb
assortment of sticks at Wahr's Uni-
,% ersity Bookstore. 71 to 80
Lost--Bill Folder containing about $2
i n cash, also cards with owner'
" name Return and receive reward
at 101 South Thayer. 71-24,
'Patronize the new print shop, Davi
md: Olinger, Job ;Printers 109E
Washington Street. Bell Phone, 432-
t J8 64 eo l
VIILEHMNOOD CONCEALED.
8#4 Decared. Dean Cooley in Stronm
Sunday Address.
"$The Virility of Manhood" was th
subject of a strong address made b
Dean Cooley Sunday afternoon at th
meeting of~ the Men and Religion For
i rrd Movement at the Y. M. C. A.
' B yvirile manhood;' *ad. O
Copley, "I mean the kind of manhood
extispliti'~d by the man who "wears
breeches, and I want carefully to ex-
elude the mollycoddle as defined by ex-
President Roosevelt. I mean the kind
of a' man who does not have to tak
his medicine in capsules, but who'ha'
the qualities exemplified in the old
days when the' quinine was taken off
the end of a knife, and cayenne pepper
in hard cider, and when his tonsls'
bothered him he had burnt alum
blown into his throat by -his mother
through a paper tube. I mean the
kind of, men who do not need to be
tau,-ht everything but have the capac-
ity to learn for themselves; the kind
who when told to do a thing answer
aye, aye, sir,' without any thought of
whether he can do it or not, and'then
goes :off, and des It;, the kind who
when put in a hole does not wait tc.
be hauled out, but climbs out him
self, or if he can't climb out dig
down and comes out the other end.
"This kind, of manhood is not so!
conunon today, or at least, it is not
soapparent. Civilization has acted
like a .cloak to smother it or at least;
to .conceal it."

{TH7E ILERRMT WEDSTER
JThe Ornly L 1c: r_ crk. d ictionary in
Many years.
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fu -I ful par-
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Men's Suits
Big

and Ov(rmoats
Reduction

Lit hockey team practice. 3:30, Fer-
ry field tennis courts.
Business meeting of Commerce Club
at 7:30. Economics Building.

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Sophomore Lit class meeting Wed-
nesday afternoon at four o'clock, West
Physics lecture room.
Gargoyle h'nsiness sta~ff meeting this
afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Soph -enineer 1baketbal. candi~-
aftrnoon at 2:1~5.
All laws who can skate turn out for
hockey practice this afternoon at 2
o'clock at Weinberg's rink.
Tryouts for the rifle team will begin'
op Wednesday night at 7:45 p. m.. at-
the club range in McMillan Hall. Fri-
day and Saturday nights and Saturday
afternoon will also be open to those
wishing to -practice or try out for the
Senior engineer basketball practice
today at 4: 15 at the city Y. N. C. A.
Fresh engineer basketball practice
at 5:30 Wednesday afternoon at city
Y. M. C. A.
.Junior lit footb)all -men meet at.
Rentchler's Thursday at 12:30 for
Michiganensian. pictures. Bring jer-
seys and caps.
Chess and- Checker club meets to-
night in McMillan hall.
Seniors Announce Engagement.
The engagement of Miss Vivian ."
Case, '12, and ~Philip P. Serio, '12 M,
was announced last Saturday evening
at a supper dance given in their honor.
Serio is a member of .the Alpha. Sigma
fraternity.

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215 SOUTH MAIN STREET
PROGRAMS. INVIA' EIONS.,fnENUS, ETC.

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