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January 09, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XVI. HESTON PLANS AN INTERSECTIONAL GAME Former Star Negotiates for Thanks= giving Game Between Eastern and Western Stars. If \Willie I testonts plans1 do nost lois- carry, lovers of footbaitll may It latst tialve an11oppolrtunlity Ito see tile s1111em1 acy of one section11(of tile coun~try 011e the lottler tiefinitely settled. Th110pro- plosedigamte is to be played a t 'New York City tnext Tiltalksgil l0 d(15,11n( til...…

January 10, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

…4 The I"ichig n D. ail 5 ANN ARBOR, -MICIIIG.IN, lo, r( . VO-01. XVI. No.; 72. COMMITTEE REPORT FAVORS JOINT MEMORIAL Joint Senior Memorial Commit= tee Endorses Plan-Painting ,n r ann lvrd ti'(l1\ItY C'tL'it PLAY IS A STRONG [)RANI "'The Outsdr" is a fourict comedy The uggstio pi fotlt o I 1)'I,%- Ryley, nl was put o sitl great Thle tiu'estgonttuttfothby TheOtis elorsesslithre ers go i New XYork,r 'ne uim at hat tieafits i sirha ing 'a...…

January 11, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 73) • Page Image 1

… 0 0 F3 I -7- Jy - f r y _ J y r t' v I I v f. . . ..+ I 't, i .. . ' .-+ r r i 1 I , Jam; .J r r i~ '"}' /: 77, : .: r .. .. ' ^ .: -- .. r u ,. ._ -' _ .% _ /.: 7. l f. ._.. _ i ,^, r, r T ~ i I .. r ' ,.:. f ... f " -., ,, lam' i i- : f - r 77- r -n y <2. rn~w -I1tI a Io '- z °~v G I _ , r " 1 ., J: Y r n ~ .{w n V /J, , .v :!, I7 i% ' i Jf, J^ .yy - u " rf JO .-. f, - N r n r : _ \ _. _ _ .- - JQ !% -- n - N y ._. . .. , ^. :f' i J...…

January 12, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan -Daily ANN ARBOR, MICH-IGAIG+ CR) \X , J .1~\RYb 12,100(). VOL. XVI. NO. 74. No. 74. TRACK CANDIDATES TURN OUT TONIGHT Captain Ramey Exhorts New Men to Attend Meeting Tonight- Prospects for Coming Season. m- CP.tIOtICiIP. ttAt li. Now is the timeit for te cass of loogt t show its isyalty and11its saetthe1 il univlesrsity. Tie firsitieetig ofth ie cat- tiidate-s fr tiet ob track teamt will ite hedint XVs~rtsiasgynssnasitttt at...…

January 13, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XVI. ANN ARBOR, ENTHUSIASTIC 1flEETING OF TRACK CANDIDATES dition tfor te meets to come later Nearly One Hundred Respond to Judging fromn the umber of new men Captain Ramey's Call-Many who turned out last night, Michigan's Freshmen Out. chances for winning te conference this year are much better than in 105. Te Ninety-oue candidates for the t akidistasice escts cpecialy are wett fited, aml turned out list night sinIres...…

January 14, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 76) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan l VOL. XVI. TWO RECITALS IN WEEK'S CALENDER' ibert Lockwood to Set Forth Schu= mann and George Hiamlin to Inter= pret Lyrics of R. Strauss. iTwo muttsical events of unasual note; \\rill take siace titis wneek, tite Schutanno recital oil Wednesday afternoon by Al- pete Lokslwood, ande otn Thuseday tight Fl stng recital bsy George Hatmlin. Mir. Lotckwvoods recitals have reachted a hight level of excellencee thsis season, In tee fai...…

January 16, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

…The -MichiganDal ANN ARBOR, lMICHIG XX ,TX I S1 1Y, JACXM",11"1' ir to VOL. XVI. No. 77. BASEBALI L CANDIDATES WILL MEET TONIGHT L ITS, MEDICS, ENGINEERS ',\ { c 1ff Cl I 'll' LOS RATIFY JOINT MEMORIAL KI 1 ,1' Captain Wendell Issues Call For Candidates -- Three- Vacant Places on Team. Tolg t ini te toitN- r,'()1II of th \-ilitl W] hl d osftiitst ithanfHit hiave- bal titic tit ( fiarthe f}eiar. Troitai' f"Moli-.. Wendll asCrquetedtt alv...…

January 17, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

…he Michigan Daily V'ol-.X VI. ANN ARBOR, IIC1GA. k \VWBDI'SI)\V, I A\K lidN "17, tfoo('. No. 78. f BASEBALL TEAM IMUST wellxxxxofi xhxe siy for keeping up DEFEAT CHICAGO cxxxlas xox.xiux y lttrfrmCo \,' \11ixs'. hard wxokxwii start the lnthusiastic Meeting of Baseball Can= ixx rsicla tec care is loxxered. That didates Last Night-Work xmein i'wl'b i oodxplan toiwork Satns February 12 nt i fe uimit tx eaci dap until i ten --c-- to itart y...…

January 18, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 79) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan ily OL. XVL. ANN ARBOR, ?IlClI IC::\. Ti'il"[: 1)iaY, J\NL"''A18 jo(st PRACTICE IS ENDED- DEBATERS GO TODAY Coach Tueblood and Team Leave For Chicago at 2:35-=Strenuous Prac- tice Held Last Night. 'Te last rctitce is overanstd at 2:35 this stftertoonasssichtigast's aehatitg teams, Alaclit. Legg asd Rstwlits actim- paniedsilbitCitalhTrIuetblootd sill leaav fo tCiagotos mteet te ita asti (t e-i atssilthesartwn rtttda ficsha- i~g...…

January 19, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 80) • Page Image 1

…The]AChI aI 41XVI ALUIMNI OF MICHIGIAN AR~E HIGHLY I placed Third in Percentage of i i Ilembhers in "Who's Who"-itrsigct First Among Western Colleges 1 a~cs(f ,jlii .Wisconsin Second. tel-ii ii il emll 71 is'iigvii isecialil thu i hl isii 'tuis i' - ibii olleg sa110mm Ci op orun at 1to theif ember (I th ir almi 5 i''i( om :.i f rs 'il rtcl s y r fJseph mmi g areiThe l C lii curl iiliittorough ind Ccmhesive sit f1the1 Ii's o s 1riiisioiiiiiiii...…

January 20, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

…The Mic isan Daily dcIT. XVI. ANN ARBOR, A.\iWIGAX, SA'N,'RDiAN, fA>KlARV 20, i1000~. No. 81. FOOTBALL CONFERENCE IN SESSION AT CHICAGO, Professor Pattengill Will Propose the Curtailment of date Receipts. ('h i a . a i--f ii ii) -rI h ',; o tile minorLLiLti 'gincat the spor sILL. ''Citt he ge erl pi nin i it wll bLItdct l refrmed L'oe~ i iii LiLILL ii ili[LLL'. n t ea of whItiheL wl dprooi eL utL ii Li' L iisl LLLI ,inf L LLL[fLraica lchin...…

January 21, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan \N',\ RBOR. \tlCITil. \N SFUNDA) J\\ 1 ,\\ F F N. 32 vIOL. XVI. NO. lcu INLANDER BTTERLY CRITICIZES ATHLETICS Current Number of Inlander Contains Arraignment of Michigan Ath- letics by R. C. O'Brien. Not to tIe outtoie by tto'recet fren- zied1 athetics of Lrdwaro Jodaitwhich appearedl io Colliers', R. Clare OBrin tos contriuteitd an attack oo Michigiol athletic sytemi to th nmber of the tia ooiuwaitch tame ot yesterday nader tt...…

January 23, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan 1.all 'or. XVI. No. 8 3. CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS CAUSE GREAT INDIGNATION RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED PROFESSOR PATTENGILL BY THE CONFERENCE TELLS OF CONFERENCE tea:and 0to 111tiothe piricet iii forPRESIDENT ANGELL NEW RESOLUTIONS s-sC1ion-- Psile 111t1,ettiff-SCORES FOOTBALL CAUSE INDIGNATION 1111111,all he11111 itiG>uil1111ef Cl(11111 head of Michiga in Letter to Con- Students Demand Retention of Coach 11111 t~sIl ference Tells of Ab...…

January 24, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…The. Michigan Daily t or.. XVI. POUND EXPLAINS INLANDER'S MOTIVES Article Doesn't Represent Sentiments of Inlander Staff-Should Be Matter for Reflection. 1dthor The Daily: 'there seems to be a general mister- atadng' about te motie of the I- 'ader int prntttntg Nr. Olrien's article ont atlletic. It was' ttnoteant to he a expressiontofflae setitmetttof alhe msos of the stdtent body.ar eventota representa the consenss of opnonotf the otnt ea of...…

January 25, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

…The.McignDaily \lx\ \ RI3OR. N I I llt \, 1111. SI) C N J i'i'RV >, 01(1No 1 t'OL. XVI. \' o. STUDENT COUNCIL REPRIMANDS O'BRIEN Also Demands Hils Resignation From Inander Staff-A. C. Pound With= drawn From Council Election. i. R.ClarexO'Brieniisiipublliclyrp- _. Hislreigntiionlxfriomithe Ilne hntdis d(ilt 10(11( The\\itixtia xx xiof rt] tie(. Poulin, managig eitor ofthln litixxxxex ;,a xluilx xi Ifor lth-Studxet Conclil li beemtlxoxdxiesxx...…

January 26, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

…The Michiga n Daily 'NN ARBOR, NITCH111 IGNFIDAY),N 3 A bN .6 , 100(. 'OL. XVI. No. 80. Three Thousand _____Students Protest DEAN SMALL BRANDS TRIBUNE STORY AS FALSE Chicago Publication Viciously Attacks Michigan With Professor Patten- gill as the Target. TiheChtiicago Tiriunie of yestrda' isIC makea h v icious attachiupot Sch gin athletcC offcias with Prof A. It. Patengli illthetrgt caing u~ Amt cent foothll cionferece. Sml in ther prom' ...…

January 27, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR, \[ICHIG \\ SA k I L) \Y, jA ('_\iY 27, 90(. 'O.XVL. "O. X87. COMMUNICATION BY papeintoroieti. Publiit is the great H. LA E OBREN within tii( unitversity anit isithont.Is ou thleic siysirmin itch i condeitioni Author of "The Matter WVith Our that wie (dire not tiiii tlii sercihtli Athletics" Comments on Action uson it' If ite at Nfichigan tail bcii of Student Council. birave einouigh to looik for our own faults...…

January 28, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dail y ANN ARBOR, MIHIGAN, SV'NI)A\ \\I \k AkV8, 1). s(ot. XV1I. No 88. ANOTHER SESSION OF CONFERENCE PROBABLE Solonls Are Likely to Meet Again and Find Out What They Did Last Time. A1ndtilditle twoitder grows as to wit trtlttpiiitti tihe Cicatgo conference. No Otit ite -nmners of titat body thiemtseinves wh'io tee wontderintg. An- twtierimeetintg at wihicittile ffort tviii ite ninde to stratighten otut tite-legisla tiont is ...…

January 30, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily 'Ohr. XVI. .fo. 8oj. RULES COMMITTEE MAKES GREAT CHANGES Severe Penalties for Unnecessary Roughness Are Provided- Western Faculty Members Re fuse to Talk on Subject. Tie jto d iell egae fohl rude'icommittee lat the cloie-ofithelis_ clt In do awayt witi lrt 1 i t in i rule ii n tiiii he ati iiiilicd a eig o 1tile ('iti t ii ti h li i I~l, 11e1111-1yrdi le was u 'i ell,1111 il c 1111111 le an i ion as t i h nnn crof(' iti...…

January 31, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan DaIly sOL. XVI. No. ()(). WISCONS IN AND CHICAGO TO HOLD MASS MEETINGS, Students and Alumni Will Pro- test Against Conference Legis= lation-Prof. Small Says here Is Mistake in Minutes of the Meeting. tiirntoelandomre wiespeadgrlowst II, ieaantthe radcalimno the reelt Chicago fotiill cnterenlce -1A _it mass imietinlg twill te hl by the Chiag tentstat Miandelelha ll tomor iniiandan idigatio n mee ating ha, hii esalledl Iy (he ...…

February 01, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

…The MichiganDily AN\.'RDOR, \id111 i f.\\ TI-IT RSI) XX TI I RI \R\ I t< 06. O.XVL. N0. ()r. CONFERENCE MEMBERS- - ° PROGRAM ANNOUNCED ARE STILL AT SEA FOR MAY FESTIVAL Dean Small of Chicago Alleges Mis- Prof. Stanley Arranges List of Inter- take Was Made in Conference esting Orchetral Works and Records. Selects Noted Artists. The rocedigs o alo cnferncearThe program for the thirteth l ar ft toetig ttecnfrneaeFe ia has eo practicaty arragi ...…

February 13, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 92) • Page Image 1

…A The Michigan Daily 11.xvi- ANN ARBOR, lMICI-UIG \N, TU'ESDAY. F l'')Z.VU.RY 13. 190o6. VARSITY GLEE, BANJO AND MANDOLIN CLUBS. i O1wn' close upon the heecsof the olowi((1 n this selection thelmnolin ((01 enthusiastically applau((ded. 'hlOwas 'Imer(00(1(14 an1d1 exceti ona lly 1(111 cubper 10(110011 10011ane((0 teclbgaetheo Pt tich fr omoSuiteOp.1 wort:(If the lmandollin l(ub1 was ( evi-01charmng.( Nlr. DIickey dep1icte'd several 1)0 Con...…

February 14, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

…The Michiga al NN ARBOUR, :IT(I 1 XI I(DM, f, SD:X I X R 1, t vIOL. XVI. TRACK MEN PREPARE XCF l NNINNTCX FOR INDOOR MEETS ,Is ior 'F 'a Sndil(-igilleers lpictures for theXIiiganes-i- Fir ibe iAnen Less Than Two Weeks Remain Until bF --nea-; its'and l lis Fi, First Meet-=Wisconsin Only Out- Thursday.5 This niii st be attenidlditcii side College Scheduled. tonea ite «li tt be Fdeilaved 1'ithi the rellnaiits of the"J" hopist ets akeni byii\Ve...…

February 15, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…1 400 ANN ARBO(R,flItHA. A. 'll lt v-) N) I lY . Nx - ~V (. XVI. No. 94. COACH W'ALLISTER KANSAS PROFESSOR ISSUES GENERAL CALL SEEKING NOTORIETY Alii Baseball Candidates Called Out to Professor Landon Charges Coach Yost Begin Practice=-Large Squad of With Having Lured Football j Pitchers and Catchers Out. Players to Kansas. 7 WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY PROF. A. C. M'LAUGHLIN rEXERCISES DOOMED DEFENDS ATHLETICS E Prominent Orators Too Busy to b...…

February 16, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…w The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR, '9k Ikt\\I RH) V\ IIHR \R\ t6, 90g6.>o 5 XVI. No. g-. RHEINHARI DIBNO PR( He Rights Mtatters When Told of the Charges Made Against Coach Yost and Himself. logiittni tel ephne cm-ra-- it'm tt~citAti111 lAtr e a nd cithe ig hicahart, te Lafacte tackle, yes- erilt, reetittithe fact ttie Lni- ,~f f Kainsasipofsso wh ctt Ht'y p '1t)ts t atedtinger;ci (m the i mtitittattd fiat ,1It Nti ci (it ii N C-iet it ut i I...…

February 17, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… The Michigan Dail1y ANN ARBOR, Nf1CfI(IG \\,S 1ITLRD.!\Y, I FUR \R -17196. iil.. X\71. No. 96. KAHN SAYS STEWART' GIRLrS GLEr CLUB CAN 'BEAT ECKERSALL "NITERTAINS LADIES :An eiliragnag anituience gatilereu ini Former Varsity Star Asserts That aa aaelAetbil esela Eckersall Cannot Ran One I afternoon to enjoy a concert given by Hundred Yards iscc dig t attmenti matsdlelast kit httb1Arctie h.te crecksprint- t ici hnslitlil ccesi tiits:sitl...…

February 18, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…4 The Michigan Daily t(ol. XVI. coE PUTS TH~E SHOT ANN ARBOR, MICII GA , .FLY DAY. f-IFll.ARY 18, tror. No. t97. - ------ ------- SHAKESPEARE IN THE !NEW CUSTOM SUGGESTED ELIABTHN ANER BY THE STUDENT COUNCIL OVER FORTY=SIX FEET World's Champion Makes Aston- ishing Record in Firt Trials- (jarrels and Dunlap Do Great Work in Practice. of the many creditable performances executtedl in the gym yesterday after- oon, by far tie most remarkab...…

February 20, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…The Michiga-n Daily ANN ARBOR, MICHI1110 k\'I 00-Y, FERU\RY 20,1906. 0 11.. XVI. INo. 98. STUDENT SENTIMENT WILL OBSERVE WASH- INGTON'S BIRTHDAYI I S N O T U N A N I M O U S C.Smi W All S pe k in U i __..__ -_ _-_lon.H.CSmt WilpeknUi Promnen Stuent Difer n te aooo, of tie tog-ofwa r wold vesity Halal-Appropriate Pro- Prmien tuens ife li e a srios ifficuttty an(d tmater gram to Be Carried Out. Opinion As to Abolishing Hair- witch meints erot...…

February 21, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR, M( 0-1G.N\\ \IVVN SAY IL'I BRI RX 21,, 96 N. 9 vfOL. XVI. No. 99. ENTRIES FOR MEET CLOSE TOMORROW Many Contestants Expected to Enter First Indoor Meet of Year-Bris- tol Runs Track in :13 2=5. Thi enittrblanks for le ireliiiiiiiri ares Sturdas- iiht -r rayin iiDir ectr F ittricks ffeandiiilall oii tesatsisholdielaterit mediiiaelyca= theenitiis clri oo-i rriiow nihtlitix1 o'clock.A\ mnynas a oeniiminiihive eawork...…

February 22, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily XI. RELAY TRYOUTS WILL CLOSE THIS AFTERNOON personnel of Class Relay Teams Must be landed in Today - Bowman and Bristol Make (food Time. \lutoghthsii le gii iiti-iiil fbe rh~dtdyont acuntt of Washing oslirtda, isTirector BeeneFtpt-t ,i annttitct-illast nigti fathe61 ) i his offlice this afternioontitfromt 1 t 6to cesctuie citris foriteipe liiar meet. .A- the entries for te metclot ix'clock totight. it is hiuiolntely necessa...…

February 24, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily .\NN A.rRIBOR, [I'\IfI(.\T, SATV RD NV Fl OR' \R\ 24 1906. xvi. No: . sof. PRELIMI Virst Indoor Mee Gym Tonighl Hundred Entri, 'f eani s Begin So Nealy onte 11111 crt t II Compete - ill tillchocrsa a Thi t formallyttS~ tatsesn anti fro Zic.a togh rahe [NARY MEET OPENS atnewone, sprticlartlyated nthto THE GREET PLAYERS. INDOOR 71TRAGC1<1SEASO N esintat ion andj*gontral atmosipiere AWI LL PER FORM TO DAY oftt heti l ay5i...…

February 25, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

…0 The Michigan. Daily ANN ARBOR, \IIIIkN, SUN\DAYFBRLU\RY 25, 1906. v o .. XVI. INo . 102. NEW TRACK ASPIRANTS MAKE GOOD SHOWING First Indoor Meet of Season Is Marked by Several Good Per- formnances---Pinch Star in High Jump--1)McKinney Wins Half Th no esno pened (011 last01 11'ighdt11 shoill" of severl of teo n0w1 11011ws enorgnadi looks 5 as (ie trac collyequientl h ort1 1on01was1/1( 0 1xpressed himsl 's hghly tpieasd 11 [lie1 result o...…

February 27, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

…The Mitchig an Daily J/oy. XVI. WV1ALLISTER AGAIN T A~ CUTS BASEBALL SQUAD m11. Less Than Thirty Men Now at Work in Cage-Several New Men Make ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUWARY 27, 1906. Nit. 103. Good Impression they will1 1be.confon01ed01.1ylaplit co011 ta1n1. 11111(01e of1abou1twentylive 171 squad 1. T11111le11( a1bunch f less1tha th1d1witha small iuad at ractice ut Ndi111 the cag11 11 acrowdedii astit has111 been so f1a1.11this7s1...…

February 28, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily' ANN ARBOR, -MICH-IGAN, WE-,DNESDA Y, FEB-RUARY 28, 1906. ,.OL. XVI. NO. 104- FRESHMAN ATHLETES 11HIGH CHiARAMFTER OF CAST WILL BE ORGANIZED I\iFT~ C E~I Of tie iersons taking the leading Director Fitzpatrick Aims to Develop par ts tin ihecsssscinir Verein peesenta- '[earn Work of Freshmen for Meet to f"i )e jotirsalistet.' several Ihave -To Elect '09 Yell Master. berst scet in past s-ears andI somte are itinmVsetsmslts....…

March 01, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dailly ANN ARBOR, MICIGTUF. VRSDAY, M 'RCII I101 g 'Ots XVI. N <. 105J. FRESHMEN HAVE F AST l DEUTSCHER VEREIN ONE-LAP RELAY TEAM PLAY TOMORROW Four Men Chosen All Run in :13 3=5-- "Die Jlournalisten" to be Presented Will (Give Sophomores a in Sarah Caswell Angell Hll-- H-ard Fight. Financial Success Assured. UNIVERSITY SOCIETIES FRESHMAN TOASTMASTER SUPPORT THE UNION TOO WILY FOR SOPHS Vote Shows That Student Body Is Be- Ste...…

March 02, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

…The M"ichigan Daily ANN ARBOR, \IICA IC} \N FRID \Y, NI \R('fI 2,190 JOf'. XVI. No.. 00. CLASS BATTLE RAGING MINUS IHAIR=CUTTING Action of 'Os Lits Ends Ancient "-11"'it 11()It nnt 111as1 I- toff op0o~ff010res ;ere sftiliO'i 'and fl-ele- in danfger for Custon---Copy of Freshman "'110 111 day. Ti lfo'timtne 'infcidenti 'Toast Captured by Sophomores.111a1;1a il- Iil ll yt tecui Ill Silt' '111 1111 'lfli I '-'ll refopecd ilak dtheiufill t l a...…

March 03, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Datly ANN ARBORNt CitI tt'iiC Ri)\Y - , Ni \R I 1;, gob.( t L VI No. 107. S 10 O ORES SHOULD WIN ANNUAL MEET liShot=Putter Coe Will Not Compete- tham Picked to Win Shot Four Relay Races "tonight. "h sca resh Ii-isph me1et551occrs ita1a1111 111011 iol tic class 11attl1 (tina iffsrenit 1011m1his beeniirag- th pst forts-ihtithouirs. te- ,s if thi s siptuoiii es wilh v 1 liiier i-yime lin lkitii iin o fiwitti laii ar utomieitoli di...…

March 04, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

… I ! % (., r f' J, r, v Jam. '! u ."'" 'IG ' ' ._. 77- " ~ r. r . . 'J I J 77 r 1 " r r; ~ ZT- or: -t V. E v ' -'. v ...,.. Qom' .. . .". r, ~ C" 1 : !. ; ~ , y .. ~. ~1 . O r /V f. -_ ;: (/ ) .. / Jv VI rn, J= r^.. ..! ' ' ! o rn . o rn rn _ .f = - . rn f J r "J "' %, V ". r-; r .f r J ... PAO Pohl 1 r n, "rr '"! l,. -: vy ii r r M r... ^ <^" rf " !" ..-+ .~ ' ' ,y r r s 1^ z Z: n n .r, i h i :/ I r1 . "I i i r i ' I GIC, r f ! .. p -s...…

March 06, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily 01 L.XVI. BIG CASH PRIZES FOR ECONOMIC ESSAYS ist of Subjects Which Hart, Schaff- ner & Mars Offer to College Men for Next Year. litfsuciitsttfor11te 96 Hart, tiafic 1 ri Iar ize essay 23cotest. Lco aethe sibjicts for 1907: Thepraticlis ld oiiof reeing mnris e escitil to stilsetueti ,nciiiilclte 10Unit1ed 115ilstatei.ei Ic helst Ithosoftaiig'a 111111111rrnc11int111111 pic111. Toli it 'ex1ent,1111 il what111fom., ar11s1cil1s...…

March 07, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dil ANN ARBOR, ITERA\N ENE\SDAY, NI.114'11 ; Jro1, XVI. Noc. r. . PESIDENT ANG CALLS N E Will TCake Place at Chicago on Friday--Disagreement Among Conference Members Possible. 'iisiileiii .Aigellhasicled aote licig fte confier'ee colleges lto 'tTh aittititrepreseniviiues twill I iii iitiimornig tnd edtevortoisetl '[h eel igich s'iwai sisxtresseil iiteafe t i at conferenceivi s ti ar- ,trst i of ll tie clleg''es tis g \isisiil....…

March 08, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…The Michiga n Daily ANN ARBOR, NICIC(A\N, HURSDAYM-ifk('ii 8is tol i ('or. XVI. \To. Iti. RELAY RACE WILL BE A FEATURE OF MEET Football and Baseball "M" Men to Meet Saturday--Ent ries For Meet Close Tonight. 1't' hmeet next Saturdayenigtht wll be cloedbya ne-laplyyaiceeIteen woteamsl Chosedtfrom thet-Xl"base- locosdrdlikely that ayrcr \will be bl-okent in tills eveti it is ccrl-teta that tiheintlerest will he at fevereat byithe tite of the...…

March 09, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

…T h e Mc h ga4Dil Ai h g- ANN ARBOR, \IICHIG\\ FRIDA\YMARCH ), 1g0(. OL- XVI. MICHIGAN WILL WAIN INTERCOLLEGIATE MEET Chicago's Losses Make Varsity's Chances Good-The Track Men Must Not Quit Working. u itt- Otttt H ii The hane fr a vimingtrk ti-am watnwr brigtrstitntiristis 1 syer. Chicago. Mit-igans 0si rnet p tt (ssdyl acking itt ertt l fotr a i ner ite lit fromt. ttlwhich to pick. tMichigatnt wit ttti oudtil seicinid sittttoiti tith it;...…

March 10, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan ,Daily ANN ARBOR, -MICHIGN,,S.\TLRDXY, MARC i 0 90 vrOL- XVI. No. z113. GREATEST MEET IN YEARS' Roh'e-Coe Race the Feature of Tonight 's Track Jreet MICHIGAN UNION WILL BE HELD TONIGHT \I 81._ ____ ASKS FOR FUNDS Annual Varsity Meet Eixpected to be ______ Subscription Blanks and Booklets Phenomenal-Coe, Dunlap and Th1e prmi1e long distnce rners1188 of tie west1 ieet I oligi ila 1 8081118 Are Now Being Circulated (arrels in Shot...…

March 11, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 114) • Page Image 1

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March 13, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

…4 The Michigan Daily AXNN ARBOR, \HEC EI i<f. ' C I SDAYkMAI RCH [ 13, 1900. MI o. XVI. No. 115. PROFESSOR PATTENGILL CON FE~RENCE ARBITRATOR VINDICATES MAKES STATEMENT Michigan's Representative at Football M C I A O L Y N Conference Makes Explanation as1 to Work of That Body. Professor Waldo of Purdue Says of Xir 1t.. G IfI-i l l . ) Michigan Was Justified in idf r-i le atnioiii rescnt liiiti iatte ret fro ll 1rilfi I Playing AI11..ieste...…

March 14, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan 9 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHiIGAN,\ \\ 'i)\l 'I):ST,-\ A R \d(II r4, r()0() XVI. c I, E Vs. RESERVED SEAT SALE BEGINS THIS AFTERNOON Record=Breakinlg Crowd Expected for Indiana Meet-Four=Mile Relay Team to Be Picked April 21. The reserved seat sale for the Itndiana imeet wil begin this afternoon at 1 :30 at D irector Baird's office. As with tite exettionof teVtisconsitn meet onet ~t k 1 ula ttis will he the only chatnct tosethtvarsity ...…

March 15, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

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March 16, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

…The MichiganDail y ANN ARBOR, MlCI--I(t.hA 1 Rh)RIDY, MARCH 16, 1906. v'ol.. XVI. No. 1 f8. INDIANA ENTRIES ARRIVE SUBSTITUTES SUGGESTED~ SINFONIA TOGIVE ALL IN READI NESS FOR AFTER SOME DELAY FOR HAIR-CUTTING hINSRl 1,SHOWV Hloosiers Have Several (food Men - Representative Committees From Lit- A tmistre show of the Sinfona mas- O A O I A O T S Samse Good For Over Eleven erary and Engineering Classes Will tel fraternity is announceed to tak...…

March 17, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…The MichiganDail :ANN ARBOR, 7MICI-IfOAN, SAI TRDAY, ' IARII'I I 17, 906. vO.XVL. No.i 19o. INUI WSINS UNIVERSITY O RATO RI CAL ( The Little Japanese Orator Takes First Place NWitl Stirring Ad- dress--Floyd R. Deahl Wins Second Honors. A thousand people Ceaned iNxiCctal s forwa rd(I ttVrtity hall11last tnightas the Right Reverentl diarles I). XV~iII- imbishop of the ioicese of Micheligant, aroe to 11111011cC te descision of the Iwill aItu...…

March 18, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 120) • Page Image 1

…TheMichiganDal telL. XVI. ANN Alt3ROR110-I I(l-A. c)A MARH1,It ou.N0. 12. HIGH TRIBUTE TO LATE .\l I 11;S,leelIV1" \1( Nil CIIIGAN TRACK TEAM PROFESSOR PATTENGILL The olivigpro ram1 ii tot tic tn OUTCLASSES INDIANA Professor Andrew C. McL.anghlin -Ili f' ils\l\ ) VaitDeasInaninul Tells of His Services to the? O np-cfd-FilA A.Saey Meet by Score of 41 1-3 to 22 University and the Athletic ' I ii il' M, h, Tou (,rearou \ii t Ix ih ao ialmetni 2-3...…

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