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February 24, 1896 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY

Published Daily (Sunday excepted) daring
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFFICEn: Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS
C. 0. CARY, Gr. L.. W. W. Tos-en, 'B6 L.
S. E. KNAPPEN, '98. 0. HAnS. '98.
Wf. W. HUGounS, '98, E. L. GEISMERo, '98 L
EDITOR-ON-CHIIEF
C. B. ilAnRISON, '96 L.
Ilt INAGING EDITOR
.. F. TessuAS, '97.
B3USINESS MANAGER
L. C. WALKER, '90.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
L~ A. Pratt, 'H6 C. 9. Heath, '96 P.
S. . Smits, 'OI L. C. E. Sterman, '99.
F. Simous, '98. H. B. Gammon, '98 9.
FA. Fucik, '93 E. H. R. Reilly, '99.
I, C. Faulds, '991. J.1.. Walob, '9.

Party will be n groat success. Eve'ry
girl liai the Un~iversity shoul attenid,
an stenme us aiw~rnear 500 that aiiount. woill'9 bo a
very tidy stuml to b(e jpaced towvards
tile Gylli.
If the young laies arcelnot lacquiaint-

THE SECOND PRELIMINARY.
First Your .Lows Hold Their Con-
tout Tonight,
T1he seconod of the lpreliminlary toln-
tests heldl by the Oratorical Associa-
tioni will lake 1p1lac toliglit In the law

ed iWithi any mienlit1109'desire to ask, 051 011c5,sls l~~l
7:45. The foilowti iig -will colitesi: E.
let tlieni gonut inoathe Ihighi ways
S. Bartlett, "Profit ShRaring a Solutioin
anidtiyways an111ask tile first Illai
thnt '11A iftho th~i no oftile Labor Problemi"; F. J. Frenchi,

succeosful, let themn come toi the IDoily
office iand we will gladly phisec thi'
whiole editorial staff at thecir disposal.
The plani of illing out) thepirogramns
before haudtis, decidedly nliel, but
we rio draw theline at imlportinig ieni.
This affair shioudd be of somle beneit
to thle boys as well as the girls, a191
above all we- are very desilios of
attending ourisel'v's.

C B Roe, '98D. Ssasnnah ichlarason, 0'9 ALE8T.HCAO
C. IR. Sims, '10. SDE CIAO
Tihe subscription price of the Dully has Speaks Before the Students of
heen reduced to $1.25 s advance for the resit Knickerbocker School,
of the year. Leonce subscriptions at tile
Daily office or with P. C, Meyer, C. of hi. Thousands of school children role-
Neon StalO.. hited Washiington's birthday yester-
Eitior of today's papel: day in Chictago by listening to patriotic
0. 97. tANS, '98. addresses. These were niade by col-
lege nien, ulnder the auspices of tile
'The too prevalent lack of respect to- CUnion Leagne Club. Tine speakers
ward things that should be revoeeod and subjects wiere an follows: F1roetol
wonsiquite promnenltly shiowni before Schiool-Hermaon C. Cooper, of Beloit
the opelning, of ihe Washinlgtons, bilrth- College, "Washiington as i Amiericail
day exercisesii Untversity Hail1, Salt- Citizeni"; Clarke Srciool--Edtward.V
urday. The idea ot displayinig a per-tilonl, of Princeeton, "Our National
trtit of Wl-ashiligtol decorated with Progress"; Knickerbocker School--F.
whiskers is onie quite worthly of suchp. Sadler,PUiversity of Mliclltgoli,
an organizlationi as a 'Whiskers Club" ,WashintliIon thi'Great American",;
and as comiing from such a source is Evanston High School-Henlry D.
harsdly to be wonidered at. The rub- Baker, of Yale, "lE.dlealion anrt Patri-
sequeni hoodlunmismi disployed in tear- otismi"; South Chicago itigh school-
ilng the balnner in pieces was ouch ala Ellis 7'. Grait, of Lake Forest, "The
exibition as we head hoped had been Ideal Citigen"'; take View School-A.
relegated to tile days when to ho a E. Puckerin, of Northwvestern,, "Amier-
student meanit largely to bec ilfel .'ut ira's Mlission andl Oir Duly"; Doolittle
frolrn orderly people. terhapas by this5school-B. 1". Stantonl, of tOberlin,
tilie, the particitpants iii the affair-l "Ptntallism of il1ie Seventeenithi t.n-
realige these facts, if not thie imlilen- tury."
sion shlould be borne ini upo their Alr. Sadler ill his arddres dwelt 111on1
nllinds fromi withiout. lietliaracter of Washlington, showin~g

'Anmiico 011n1 Aliericallisli"; '. T.1
Storm., "Politics in tlie Utited Staltes";
G. ltib, 'The City Problemi"; G. I.,
McCollun, "Gas-our"; 1'. A. Berkible,
"Armiua."
Profs. Drake aud fLloyd, and1 Deall
Hutchins will act aus judges019 tlioughit
hind composllition; Pross Johnon,
Bogle and Thomipsonl 19asldges011 do -
ltvery. It is hiolped that the tulrnout
wiiil be large. N\ot elioughl interst is
manifested illthlese prlriinitarti's. Let
the class 1a1d1all others tturn ouit i.1
malke thliii'metinig ilrouisiig 0110.
Engineering Society Meets.
Prof. Denison irddressed lile hii,,il-
eering Society leidaiy evenling 019 the'
"Distribultion of Piuwer.' He de-
scribed tile developmienit of till'dif-
ferenii -i1'llisfor transislsioni of 1100-
er 0119 dwvslt at som~e length on heii
hiydraulielpower iat IGcneval, Swozl er
land, whetre limenise lower 1s derived
from Lake ItGeea. Thiellpll0r011n911e
whole was very iliterenltilt 111(1 i1-
strucetive. ,After Ithe lecture iiorrt
buiness ileetilg was held. It was de-
cidedIto111o1(9tile' linnual Enliilceo,'
banuet before tie n'itneers go iiorthi.
Comlmitteesn will bs'.sllnllcl'll next
week. Prnt, Walgiier will addilre'ssthe,
sod'iety- next Friday evening, stlit.''
"Developmllent of Ilhe SteamliEtlgilie."
Th~lese lecttires are ollt'll 111 ~o are
interesterd ii s'Isille'lilg wrk. Every-
one 'is cordially illsitied to attlendl.

THE 01110 CEN'TRAL SIILEAG14d
TICICIT.
If you travel one thauoanid miles
during 7110 year you iwill sve ioliey
by purchasing a thiousanule 111 ticlket.
The best in the market are those is-
sued by agents of Ohio Centratl Lines.
They are good over all the important
oystms iucluding the entire 1B. . 0.
system west of Pittsburg, the Big
Four, etc.. See agents of Ohio Ceuntral
Lines before purchasiug. Price $20;
good one year.
SENIOROS! ATI1LTENION.
Owing to the large niumber of orders
already taken for cops and gownis, thin,
will be the last week ill wich. to hare
thsem taken. Rlooiin 9, Main Bildinig,
fl-sm 4 to C p<. m., 91011., Feb. 2-1, Wed.,
Feb. 211, Fri., Feb. 28. A deposit.ef $1
will be requlired.
Suite of rooms, 58iSPackaird. st., gas,
bath rosom, hot 111n1 cold wsater, $4 per
wreek. No helter rooims initowvn for
tiie mlouey. 102
Sectlre your tickets for the 1001p year
p'arty.
League Bali
will bat further and last
longer than any other
make. It contains the
best materials and shows
the finest construction
throughout.
Every I"Iofficial"
league ball offered to
the public is an
imitation of the
VICTOR.
Demand the Victor in all
cases.' Our trade mark
is a guarantee of finest
quality.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
bakstrolictrBicyrkes.

a
:r

The failure of the commilittees in
chaa'ge of Saturday's execises Is se-
cure 7110 services of the mial cl 'ubs
for the occasion is atiter svliieli
should call forth the plrofoundl~est rc-
Feet fl-sm those interested in tile t'ni-
viersity. the elubs are certainly fli-.
versity affair's, and ecause of tis 110
one could expect 111011 to tenider their
services free of charge. '~ilay arc at
a high expense annualy115'ill d'spaosing
of the profits fromh thei'r trips 9111
shiould receive all 110he naliciol suip-
psort at 1h0100 whichi it is possible for
their fellow studen01t orga'ilatiohin to
give thieml. 'flits celebrationl is all
event to whichl the eclbs loak for pe-
cunilary aid anid the failuire to place
thlem n11tis yea's hrogranlisill no
doubt increase thle hostile feeling In-
ward the U'niversity throughiout the
state.
We are pleased ta announce thlat
from all indications the Leap Tear

esp~eciallyyis gcnis5andl statesman-
ship us guirinig the rdestiniles of tiic
country s-len btllow's of ir 'were
shiakhng the thrones of Ellrope. Ito
t0111 hoss- Waslingtsu stoodoeiw eon
hits passloilate counhtrymein'han111tilt
fury of the Frenlch revolutian, a1111
paid a glowin~g tribtite to 71h l memory
of the greatleaiter.
Y. M. C. A. State Convention.
Thle state ronvenition of Younig Ms''s
'hiristialh Assoiatislis meets at tKala-
miazoo February 27 to Marcih 1. T.Lhe
ailsi is to miakde tis 1107 the largest
convenfionl, but thie best ever held in
the state. Of especial interest to coli
logoeiiien wsill ho the College Confer-
enice durinig one afternoon, coniducterd
bsy -Mr. Gilbert A. Beaver, one of thle
college secretaries of the interniationial
commlittee. The'Uiversity Associal-
thou will soeid from four to never dele-
gates.
Everyone should attend the leap year
party, Saturday at Ci1e Gynm.

ElS, The Tailor,
vv*OP 0CHICAGO. ~
-WILL BE AT-
THE 00K HOUSE
Week of March 2d,
The biggest line of Foreign Novelties in
Snitiugs and Trovtserigs
ever. display ed. A guaranteed saving of 25 per
cent on every purchase.
WAIT FOR HIM.

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