~THE XICHIGAN DAILY.
CHARLES H. BUNNELL
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We have our entire line of STEIN BLOCH Suits and
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ring Models prices $]8.oo to $35.00.
69 West Fort Street
For some time past the amateur prints made by one of my
assistants have been very poor at times.
This feature hasabeen entirely eliminated and you will get
the old time service that you know is right.
It is this right kind of work that makes us the leaders-
while others try to follow.
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ON STATE STREET
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inker & Company
342 S. State Street
CONTRRIE MARY MUSIC
QUESTION IS DECIDED BY CLOSE
VOTE; 6-5, IN LENGTHY MEETING.
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already in vogue in many of the con-
ference schools. The other conces-
sion will probably come in the modi-
fication of the seven game rule and the
four game rule with conference
schools. On these two rules there is
an alternative, that either an eight
game schedule will be allowed in place
of the present seven game one, or that
the present rule which makes it im-
perative upon every conference school
to play four games with other confer-
ence schools and rotate the schedule,
will be abolished or changed to three.
Inasmuch as it is not being observed
at the present time, and the conference
was already considering this amend-
ment, it is entirely probable that this
will go through.
Agitation Started Last Fall.
Negotiations pending a return were
started as early as last October when
the alumni members of Michigan's
board met informally with other alum-
ni of conference schools in Chicago.
The matter was thoroughly threshed
out there, and later th Michigan del-
egates were invited to meet with Di-
rectors of the Conference, this board
being an advisory one composed en-
tirely of alumni of the different col-
leges, but without any power of legis-
lation. There were three meetings of
the Michigan delegates with that body,
and all the points of difference were
taken up. Finally it was agreed that
certain propositions be submitted to
the conference proper. So at a meet
ing of the conference in Chicago, the
alumni advisors of that body, along
with the Michigan delegates met in
At this meeting Michigan contended
for the following concessions which
had previously been agreed upon by
the Michigan men with the conference
alumni. Michigan gave up the train-
ing table as at present constituted,
the freshman team, and agreed to a
change in the makeup of the board of
control. In return they requested the
following concessions. That the make-
up of the conference be changed so as
to allow an alumni delegate to have a
vote equal to the faculty delegate and
the conference refused this. Then
Michigan requested that it be allowed
home rule in the minor matters of ath-
letic policy, but the conference said
Michigan must enter the conference
as present constituted. It was at this
meeting that the Michigan delegates
requested an official interpretation of
the term "faculty control" but the con-
ference members only stated individ-
ual opinions, and these differed widely.
The refusal of the conference to give
this definition was largely responsi-
ble for the action of the board in de-
fining what it meant by faculty control
and making that a condition precedent.
So after four or five months of ne-
gotiation, the final decision between
the conference and the Michigan dele-
gates, who were Duffy, Murfin, Hib-
bard, and Prof. Whitney, was that
Michigan might return to the confer-
ence with the above named conces-
sions. This was the report given to
the board yesterday by the delegates,
and the matter brought up for final
determination with the above result.
Action Regarded as Final.
The action of the board is consider-
ed by many as being final on Michi-
gan's part; defining the limit to which
Michigan will go, and beyond which it
will refuse to treat further. And there
is every reason to believe that such
is the case, and that if either the re-
gents or the conference do anything to
interfere in the matter, it will be clos-
ed for another indefinite period. It
was urged during the meeting that
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE- TO BE
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Wanted-A club or"fraternity of ten
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rooms near the engineering building
for next year. Phone 1343-J. 121
For Sale--A Bruno No. 6 Mandolin in
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Please call 1617-3.
Lost-$3.00 Friday at Whitney theater
during seat sale. Finder please call
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The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by the world's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
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They all like it. Take her a box
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further negotiations be entered into
with the hope that concessions be ob-
tained but it was evident from the
opinions of the delegates that both
parties were standing pat on all prop-
ositions, and that one must yield, so
Michigan decided to give way. The rea-
son for the resolution calling for the
abolishment of the boycott rule is ex-
pressed that such a rule is un-Amer-
ican, unsportsmanlike, and contempt-
ible and so not to be countenanced by
The board has given its final vote on
the matter and if it succeeds in get-
ting past the regents,and being accept-
ed by the conference Michigan will un-
doubtedly present a formal petition for
reinstatement within the next two
months. But it is highly improbable
that Michigan will engage in any con-
tests with conference schools until
1914, as most of the football schedules
for next year have already been com-
pleted, and Michigan will not be a
member of the conference soon enough
to engage in any baseball games.
Prof. Guthe to Talk on "Color."
Prof. Karl E. Guthe will speak upon
"Color" Tuesday evening at 8:00
o'clock, in the vest lecture room. The
lecture is on the regular course of the
Ann Arbor art association, but will
be open to the public.
A Srictly Modern Offering of Candy
Favorites in Old Style.
324 So. STATE St.
"The Military Girl"
CECIL LEAN'S SUCCESS
NEW SHOW OPENS MONDAY NIGHT
Oberlin Musical Girls
Singers - m Instrumentalists
WARREN and FRANCIS
Musical Comedy Stars
Singing Dancing Talking
McPHEE and HILL
Triple Bar and Casting Act
Comedy Pantomine Clowns
Toomner and Hewins
in a One Act Comedy
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Parade and Ceremonies
TUES. Mar. 25-26Matinees
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