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January 08, 1896 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1896-01-08

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THE U. OF M. DAILY

~'2ifI ~(c) Eliat it embiody the results of
(d) That it be published iin the Rug-
Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during fiisilangtu'age.
the College year, at IV Nite of the prizes shall lie di-

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGiAN,
QFeuxim Times building N. Main t., opposite
post office.

EDITORS.
J. A. LuRoy, '9, Managing Editor.
B.GiR. Sao, '0, Assistant.
C. I). CARY, Gr. L, Asistant.
. F. THOoMAS, '97, Assisant.
S. E. KNArEN, '5, Athletic Editor.
L. C. WAKER, '9. Business Manager.
R. C. FcaUL,'99, Asistan.
Anociate Editor.a
L. A. Pratt. i. A. K. Petrie, '9.
C. A. Houghton, '90 D. . M. Heath, '90 P.
Katherine [eed, '97. H. B. Cmmon, '98 M.
W. W. Hugies, '9. R. R. Reilly, '99.
R. C. Bc, '99 M. Susannah lich'dson,'9
. A. Miner 'N6iH. . L. Oismer,'95kL.
The subscription price ofgthelaialy has
been reduced to 159n adance or the re~t
pg the year. Leae subcriptios at tie
Daily office or with P. C.SMeyr, U. of .
News Stand.
The ssbscripiona price of the Daily
for the reamaider of(le year is $1.0,
delivered y carrier. We desire to cal
special attention to liar fact that tae
Daily will e ptbised until Col-
aene agnent this yer. Sobries
leavinig for 1home(' iialtey att'
thae examiations can have tiieir paer
amailed to taean without extra cost.
Sachoriptiosais yaab'hi left at he Daily
oilie, at Mleyer's ies stold, ar with
ally mieiaser of tieBoard of Elitor.
Loubat Prize.
Prizes aoutig to at leat $1,40t
are to he offered iinder the direition
of C'oltimibia College every ifth yeas'
eginuingsiti 1tt8. 'they are to e
knsosvnis thle Lobat trizes id are
subtjet to lila folwvig regtlaiions:
1.Vswo plands, vizga ist prize of
not lesa n 11o11011'tsousani, andna
ecoiid prize6 of not less tian foir
huandreud dollars. to e kiown as (le
Lotiat Prizes, shall e awarded il
the yer 1893, aninu every fifth yer
thereafter, to the author of the best
works on the hisory, geography, ar-
cheology, etinology, philology, or
numismatics of North America. The~v
coispetitiou fr these lanes shall le
openc to all persons, wether citizens o
the United States or of any othe
country.
St. For the prpose of the award
the subjets ahve miaaied shall te di
videa inhto iwo groups, io svlieh tit
awnaral shll e miade lltentely, viz.
(a) .history, geographand nasl aliis
asintics.
(b) Archeology, etinology and p1il1
otogy.
The awards to e iade in 1.898 af
be conferred for works reatin to suh-
jects of the second group.
ItI. 'T"he conditions of comipetiio
shall e:
(a) 'T'hat the( work fall within liha
group) of sujecs designated for tae
current quinquennial peeld, anal ha
it be publisheoad within thatperiod.
(b) That it ho written by one per
son. , i 1; I; , IIIi

videa.
V. A Coammiittee of Award, on-
sisting of three imemsers, shall be ap-
pointed at the beginning of acti quin
queiinial period. t shall be appointed
andaallni vacacy oeeari'iig tereii
shall be filled, by a ominitir" coi-
posid of the president of Coluambia
C'olege and thae deans of the faclties
of the Poltical Science anal-l'hilo-
sapy. 'lThe t'ommaittee of Awarat
shalletermnaendasanaanouce, wittiai
twvo months ater its appoitmaent,
whaat further conitions, not iicn-~
sitnt wilthiar purios of fhae i'ndas'
mnit, shall be estalised for tae cur-
rentaquinquenilip~erioa. n partiti-
lar, thi ssuaittee nmay i'reomnda
oe or more siseeal topics of iaesi-
gation and linittir awrds, primar-
ily to works 0110011such (topc 01'
tCopies.
V'. Te committee sall reasrt to
liar president of CoumiataColege not
later than May 1st of te ear desig
nated for the award. f special toics
of iivestigationshsall have been sarc-
onielnedealnadalno work upon (thee
topics shall apear wrthy of ai prize.
the eaanaittee slalh have toser taa
confer thae prizas uponi tea ltalrs of
tie most nmeritorius works faliing
within the provisins above ladosw-i
in Paragraph IllI aa, andpulise with-
in the precednig 'ten years. Stfiut a
siage work 1u1o015a susggesedsic~it
shall1 appareni'ortly of at priz, tie
coinaittee shall have power to awarS
Sle second prize oiatae broader basis
of conpetition above idicated. f 110
works, or butaa single work, be fsunda
worthay of ain awarad. bola or eihar of
the tarizes ay be withteld.
[I. All1 works sbhlitted iii eoaa-
petitioni shall be placedafter the
awar,aia in the library of Coumiaia Col-
lege.'T'he recipient of a prize is re-
quested to preseat five opis of tae
prize work to (olubia Clege, which
coiies shall be distributed in acesd-
- ainee with the conaition presrbed -i
A .r. Loubat's deed of gift; anad it Is re-
aiuested that all subseaunt eitins of
Ithae work bear upon tir title-ae the
wvoras: "Lubat Prize, toluiibia Cl-
*lege is the City of Nesv ork" sih
the date at which the prize was coa-
ferred.
VIII. To isurne consideration oi
_their works, author are ivitedt
send three copies of earls work to Slit
Ipresident of Coluisbia College, not
later thou Apil , 198; but the awar
shall not be limited to works so sash
aitted. Copies o works sbmitte
1shall be placed otertar ownd, in tht
Library of Coluambia College,
eThse Coammittee of Award for 1898
c onsists: of the folowigeabes
Professor H. T. Pek, Colimbia Col
tlege (hihasa; Profesor Daniel G
MenoInvrtyof Pennsylvania
-antd W. J. McGee, Esq., Slitlsonal
Institution, Wasiingion, D. C

Prof W. A. Locy '1.
Prof. W. A. Los , at present pro-
fessor f animal morpology at Lak
Sorest t'aiversiy, ha~s acceptiedt ol
offer froni Nrthwesterna Uiversity of
the chair of aaiialaSisarpology as tatt
institution. P'iof. Locy was graduated
fioms Mihiganl withs thaa class of '81.
He is considered an authority in bio-1
logical wor.E
Thae Lake Forest Stentor says of his
contribttions in thse hie of iis wonc:
"Thar results of his study have bei F
puablishsedhfroamatiamsa'to tinar ispeni-
odicas both in Aisarica and (ermany.
Amnong these articles tie most im-
portant are tae following:
"Vie Priasitie Segmsetation o
thse Vertebrata' Brain" "Contribution0
to liar Struture and Deveopmenrlt of
ltar Vertebrae Head""'"The Deriva-
toas of the Pinieal Ey;" "ltetarnenc
Segmasrttionsiniasthae Mduslary(Fols
and Emabynic Sill;" (these last too
publishin a the Gerillin Journala of
Asiatomay) "On Teaching Zoology to
College (lsses," in Education;t "oes
oat the Drvelopmeinst of Agelenaa No-
vica," publishedu by Sarvard College,
sad a sumber of otaers.
Vacancy in Board o Rgent.
H~oa.('has. i. Hackley, of Muske-
gos, whose termi as iReent of lae Last
v ersity baganl Jan. 1, las giena lis
resignatiosi to (Gos-reaon Rich. His
successor lass nat yet beai apointed
bit numaerous caiatelas are amaei-
tioedi for tireposiion, aiiog thasa
beinsg Thoiaas J. ttamsell and tJudge
Aaron V. McAhvay, of Mtaniste, (Geo.
IA. Farm, of Grand a ven, . . ros-
venor, of Jsnesville, VW. H VWiting-
ton, of Jacksoio.
Thte tiran is for ight years, as11
six of thar sevean rmaainsg masarsas
lise east of Grand Rapids it istprob-
able that M1r. Stedy's stccesor sil
comairfroaa te swesterna part ofthae
state
PRIZER t SHORST STORY
The '0it "ces Geste" Bad offer a
casts prize of $15 for the best short
story on a legal subject. Cotribu-
tions frons all deaatalests are isvited
anad th Roardh reerve he right to use
all manuscript submitted.
NOTICE.
The Castaian will offer ritben a
cash prioreo4 not less than ten dolars
or a series of books of equal vaue
for the best poem submitted on or
_before January 15 Poms pertaining
io college life preferred.
fStusial-F. Steinbaus, i Psi Pi,
r'98 D, teacher of Manjeau, Mandolin
eand Guitar. An Arbor Oran Go.
tRes 7 olland t, 40-minute lesson'
1509 et., 6-minute lemsons 75 ts,
Guitar for Sale-A Grand Concert
tWashburn Guitar oe sale cheap. For
e further parthculars apply at the Hub,
S and 5 K, Washington st.
g A nicely furnishaed front suite, three
-south windows, register in earls oon.
i_ Reasonable price. 85,z E Wasing-
ton st 79
For ent-Two furnished sutes bath
nasse furnace heat, coner of Division
and William ss. 67

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