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VOL. IV.-No. 29.


CASTAIALN EDITORS ELECTED. "Roman Books and Their Publi-
cation," Harry D. Nutt. Jan. rn.
The Independent Annual WIll Sure- "Roman Amusements," Mabel
ly be Issued-A Combinatlon
May be Effected. Colto. Jan.16.
____ "View of the City of Rome in
The senior independents met yes- tie Time of Augustus," Rose Cran-
terdav afternoon to take final action ston. Jan. t A.
tedy"Rorse in the Middie Ages,"
on the matter of electing editors Lina M. Gjems. Jan. 18.
and publishing the Castalian. The "The Roman Catacombs," E.
meeting Tuesday was adjourned be- Grace Parmerlee. Jan. 23.
fore taking a formal ballot on edi- iThe Life of the Early Christians
tors. This they proceeded to do. nRome,' Mary L. Batchelder.
The ballot resulted in electing the ''The Survivals from Ancient Ro-
following board of editors: Otta- man Life in Modern Italy,'' Eliza-
way, Lyons, Wedemeyer, Luten, beth Wallace. Jan. 25.
Sager, Spaulding, Quinn, Wilcox, Indebtedness of the Roman Civ-
and Rymer. ilization to the Greek," Agnes M.
Perry Warren. Jan. 30.
It was moved and carried that the "The Contributions of Rome to
guarantee be voluntary and read, Modern Civilization,'' Emma Park.
"I agree to pay a proportional de- Jan. 31.
ficit on any loss the Castalian may Freshmen. Attention
The board will organize and pro- One of the freshmen young ladies
ceed to work at once. However, the who is competing for the vacancy
uniting of the two factions is not existing in the co-ed representation
yet an impossibility. It is under- on the DAILY board has incurred
stood that the fraternities will sub- the wrath of Prof. de Pont, and un-
mit a proposition to the Castalian .wil .gly placed tie Dsus in a
board very soon. Ihe keeping of I position of mild disfavor with the
the name Palladium seems at pres- same gentleman. She undertook to
ent to be the most important point report the account of the Unity
of disp ute. It seems too bad that dullast week, and tie letIlori-
this point aloe should cause so v as to put tie co
muchitroubleltiledoo s
cutles troble.box near tile P resitdest's dlOor.

A Pian Proposed at Wisconsin-The A CAR LOAD OF
Plan Now Used at Leland-
Stanford. ERIE + PIANOS
The students of Wisconsin uni- JUST RECEIVED.
versity are now discussing with con- Cases in Oak, Mahoaony,Valnut and Black.
wt c ToRent or for Sale. Prices light. That's fair.
siderable interest a plan for a co-
operative book-keeping association.
The committee which have the mat-- 41 Q l'bor ®Piat (E.
ter in charge have consulted with 51 South Main St.
the faculty and have suggested a
constitution based upon that of the
Leland-Stanford Association. At
the latter place the plan has been
used for some time, and those inter-
ested in the association there are
very warm in its approval. The
same plan is now used at Harvard,
Dartmouth and many other colleges
aover tile un .When you wantt IeLatest.lletropolitan Styles
all ve ecountry.of $s, $3, $4 or $5 Shoes at 5c to $ a pair less
The object of the plan is to do a thanAnl Arbor prices send for catalolue to
general merchantile business in
books and stationary, and by means
of the association to buy direct 101, 183-185 wooDWARD AVE.
from the publishers. We will watch DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
with considerable interest the devel-
opment of the plan at Wisconsin. We are here to stay. We are prepared to
ie alcQs ofv ork to the trade of this city
TennisTournamertunequaled by any or1her house ever located
T nhraTournament. ier" andlnoi <>ie d liy ay ity raloir i
______ A rea, a0101t1 ri- era diby os- isaor-
lit)ier sIi.s Oin~ls ti. uyazo arsseotany
Thelsemi-final roslnd in the first- lpiiellir cred 1 ltc u Ito Tanilrio by
class singles, of the tennis tourna- 1
ment, was duished yesterday. o. ASS sTRET.
Jocelyn and lMckenzie completed
the match left over from Tuesday.
J ocelyn, who iad One set and 6-all
on the second set, had no difficulty
in securing the necessary two games.
McKenzie being unsteady and win- Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
ning only two points in the two
games. This leaves the finals in the HOT LUNCHES,
first-class singles to be fought out Lo ne hocote,
between Jocelyn and Hutchings. A
Alexander will play with Baer in the TUTTLE'S
second-class singles, and Friedman % 48 S. STATE St.
and Jocelyn will also play semi-
finals today. The doubles will pro- 9S
bably be played this week.
Psi U in University Magazine.

Roman Archaeology and Life.
In Tuesday's i Iy appeared the
first of a series of subjects for dis-
sertations to be given in Course 3 in
Latin. In that issue was given the
subjects selected by members of
Section 1. To-day we give Section
a complete, and will publish the re-
mainder of the subjects in another
"The Roman Family," Turner P.
Hickey. Dec. 4.
"The Roman Religion," Susanne
0. Macauley. Dec. 5.
"Roman Painting," Eugene La
Rone. Dec. 6.
"Roman Education," Lewis C.
Sleeper. Dec. nn.
"Slavery Among the Romans,"
Raymond L. Coffin. Dec. 12.
"Luxury Among the Romans,"
Anna E. Cool. Dec. 13.
"Roman Musical Instruments,"
Helen Irland. Dec. 18.
"Roman Public Architecture,"
Fay Max Hopkins. Dea. 19.
"The Roman House," Rose Dem-
mon. Dec. an.
"The Roman Dress," F. Mabelle
Halleck. Jan. 9.
"Themes of Ancient Art," May
Pemberton. Jan. no.

This was all right enough, but
instead of depositing the copy in
the D.kiv box, she dropped it in the
registar's box.
Naturally, Prof. de Pont was con-
siderably surprised, and when a
DAILY editor went in search of it,
lie was informed by Prot. de Pont,
with excited gesture, that "Ze DAht V
manuscript must not be put in ze
box of ze registrar's. Ze registrar
have too much business, and ze
compensayshion ees too small for
ze registrarr to perform ze functions
of ze DtILY devil. By ze profound
courtesy of ze facultees, ze DAItY
have two three boxes in ze various
halls of ze buildings, and teis must
not occur again. N'est-ce pas?"
Tennis Nets Stolen.
The tennis nets were taken Tues-
day night, and somebody went so
far as to cut the tapes. Two of the
nets were found yesterday, and Mr.
Summers, who has charge of the
tennis courts, requests that if any
one should find the other nets to
leave them at the Psi U house.

The October number of the Uni-
versity Magazine contains an ac-
count of the U. of M. chapter of
Psi Upsilon, by Earl D. Babst, law
'94. The article is illustrated by
two half tones-one of the Psi U
house and another a group of last
year's members of the fraternity.
In the article Mr. Babst shows
that Psi U is almost co-existent with
the U- of M., and shows the growth
and successes of the chapter in a
very interesting way.

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