THE U. OF M. DAILY
IA.1ofdf p C ~tdt'OOed by the way to, which they have
f d4~ (eveed themselves to prearaton. It
halrdly seems necessary ettier to as-
Published flaly (Sunday eceped) during Stre theme that we re confidet they
the Coleg year, at ~ ~ ~ ttllsiishnrby
BIE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. They are all true sorts of oitd Michigan
flesE: Times building N. Main St., opposite ald culld nt do otherwse.
EDITORS. Literary Societien.
J. A. LERoY, '5, Managing Editor. 1'The program of the Apa Ni for
. B. HARInSON, '0 L, Assistant.
. R. Sns, 'tO, Assistant. Saturday evening is as follows: Music,
C. D. CAY, r. L, Assistant. 'Mr. Birschclerd; reating,' 4i. mies;
S. E. EsArrEN, '0, Athletic Editor.
L. C. WAmxEni, 'Si. Business Manager. debate, Resolved that he govermuent
R. C. FxninS, 't a, Assistant. soulut owii the telegraphs, aff., Mr.
Anociate ditors. Sheehlaid Dr. Simso, og., Mr.
L. A. Pratt, 't. A K. Petrie, (. Swe n Dr ct;redndr
. A.ioghmon, '05 . G. I. lath,'96 P ..'aeo r Sot edsg r
Katheriie Reed, '9. i. . Oummon, '50 M. Carimody; speech, Mir. George; music,
J. F. Thomras, '7. W. W. Hughes, lt5. Mr Borselerdt.
B. B. Methoaiiy, '0. R. tR. teoty, '55
t. C. ur,'.9 M. Te Adepphi will present the follows-
The price of the faly will remai as hee-in prgratti in roioimsNStraevn
tofore, $.50 a year, invariably Ii advance, leg, at : Vocal Solo, Miss Vollad;
notsnlalstaiidiug the act that publication StorMI. ilo;onOcdta
will be continued until Commeemet. , y r icx ng ~cdoa
l(iuarett; vocal sol. Dr. Cowgill; de
It hardly seeiis acessry to say btil, Resolved tal society soldirec-
anyttinig about the neesity of tiere ard with favor the evtlutioi of the
being a crowd to see the football tea "newv womaln," aff., t-1. S. Vorhees,
oft for Boston this afternoon. Fromtine., . It. tOsiort;general discussion;
the talk eon all hatids there ats be little rising vote sit the tdebate. Laties are
doubt that the University sill be there especially invited.
en masse. Thereomiy be seine amontg Notice to Captains
us wosalre nttwell loted n the
Matage' Baird rehlestss all aptains
gamie of football atid lcth ie iteres
that Ott intimate knowledge of its iter o ls otaltast atals
poits ivey ad teremaybe omeof the mii they will pay uptono the
amsonigts, too, wshiomie oppolosedt to el-loititnthsnusblniedtly
lege atleics iso general or to footballAltotss10flcbedaooesus
]. L. lull of the football commnittee.
Int particulat, bit surely there is not -_________
one isnong us wise calls himsel a Stu- For upttoto dat tuoetres call att
dent of the t'nivesity of Mlichigan Stbler's, of corse," and ask to see
"'.Fie feast to lora.' by V. Tjetti,
that dtoes nt opeto1 see otr eleveni "Te Hling Possiont," by Yontg
win Saturday, is nit woilling to stand "Midsummter" by Albert 5000c,
by tis' representatives of his almla "Evening Praytr," afterobnoiiintmntes.
mater wills his 11010( at least. ttence, tLatest tovelties in frame itotlings
wse say, it is' to hret'xpe'ctedothaiit the at ol pices.
c' scions' will be dsertedot 't5o'clockTH BOK F AHEIC
this afternoos. There ae none teTE BOoO TLTC
many of these opportuitis for getting AND OUT-OF-DOOR SPORTS,s
us all together here at Michigtasi.and EniE or
NORMAN IV. BtNGtRAM, JR.,
lhits is an oppioorunity that appeoals to Captain of the Mott tHaven Trus, 095.
everyonte. Furthermore, it sctrely
scents robbe that the standardt of This unqusook ol is an athletic symposium
contributed toysell-nowstmater, e-
uiscipline wouldct ho at all looereot if ret and college tam-captains. Harrd,
Veand other leadng colleges re repre-
annie of the classes at that hour oer seted. Football, bsbal, testnis, gog,
cricket, hurdinog td track thetics, yacht-
curtiledt tod if te faclty were ep- lg, sating, bicycling, etc.. are pactical'
sd sugestveytrated One ol., clot,
resented at the occasioni as oell as te vo., profusely iutrated, $1.0.
Foe sae by all boosellers.
stuentboy. t oul doth tersTHE LOTHROP PUBLISHING COMPANY,
good, wotld do the students good and 2 Pearl Street, Boston.
at leastwosotldo't hatrmt the faculty.
Another point need' to have atet- Talke
tion called to .it. Froin 3 in 4 o'clock
Cthi aftrnonsthe 'Varsity team owill A Look
haye its foat practice on the homtea
grotundos. '5Te gates will be thrownoso --AT-'-
010011to thie'wvhole U'iiversity, aidtthe
whole 'itiversity is expected to be
there. '1Te mnasgement seserves B A '
thanksls for gv-tgusnohis last oppo~t-
ily, to look over the workA
of eeur player, tad the sze otid
of te crowd there sould 0 enible
shot- Crotthe die i s~prciae -tylish
The Siligan yell on'glt to be given Wift
theree this afternoit as never before. IIng
To the players -themsevestuch
might be sid, but we feel that lttle
is necessary. 'That they feel the re-
sponsibility imposed up a them is evi- 6 MA 1S
We have left a. fair stock of
T all sorts of
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