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THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the Coileosa year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Oimmcs Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
W. W. HlUGHES, '98, W. W. THAYER, 196L.
E. L. Gmss Ism19 L 0. IIANS, '98.
J. L. WALSg, '08M.
EDITOR-ITT-CIPW0
G. B. HAnIsON, '00 L.
1M1 lADiING EDITOR
.1. F. THOMAS, '97.
BUSINESS MANAGER
L. C. WALKER, '90.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
L A. Pratt, 'P6 G. 10.Heath, '96 P.
S. R. SmitisOO6 L. B. B. Metheany, '99.
F. Simons,'98.' H. B. Gammon, '97 M.
F. A. Facik, '03 E. C B. Roe, '08 D.
The subscription price of the Daily has
been reduced to $1.25 in advasce for the rost
of the yeaer.ILoave subscriptionso at the
Daily oe or with P. Ci. Meyer, U. of Mv
News Stand.
Intications sonoelisues seeold how
iiiat tile days wvhlen correct spelling
was it not unheard, of accouiplisohoeilt
hatve ended. For instance, when stu-
denits iiiakiug out slips foi booko at
the iibrai spell lisythologry, "skcol-
ogy,' geology, "giolgy," and encyclo-

SCHOfOLMASTERS' CLUB.
(Continued ftrom First Pace.)
er? (b)? by thte class? Are annototod
texts desirabie?" "Is it advisable to di-
vide tiletbooits assigned into twvo ciass,
es-one for cursory readiiig and one
for minute criticai study?"
The discussion in tisotory wiil be
bold in the Taippan Hali Lecture Rtoom
aiid the program is as folitvws: "The
Stchool Library;" "Its Uses," paper by
Supt. E. L. Briggs-, of Codwater,
"Whavt shnali it contain?" " (a) In the
liine of Auiericani History," Prof. A. C.
ItLaugliii, l'niversity of Mieligan;
"(b) In the liue of Europveant'History,"
Mr. Earle W. Dow, 'University of
Michigan. A generai discussion of tile
foregoing topics wilt foilosv.
'rie jprogramin OlMatheniatics xwili
tve hield.in Iittooni 1,'Tatppansa tl, ith:
Prisf. W. W. Beilian chiairnian. The
papters to he read Ire: "Arithmnetic ill
thie Iligli School, What anti When?'
P'rin. W. N. Ferris, Big Rtapids, xitii
discussion by Supt. F. It. Hatlivay,
of Flint, Suit. It. C. Ely, of Alma, anld
Mi'. E. C. tloditard, of the 'niv'ersity;
"Riewx of tRecent Books on Aritinue-
tic'," Supt. 01. A. Whitney, of Ypsilanti,
wiftidiscussioin ty Miss A. A'. Hedrick,
Saginaav, E. S.; "Suggestions for a

wiietiuer higher education ineloirs all IHg colLbayi.Mteai:,
Dr. David i. Smoithi.'Michigan Stat'-
that t miht Ositiace.Norumal Schooi.
A Conifereuce -iii Phys ics xiii be. held
The tItdoor Meet of Saturday night'
alssanother to the list of successful in the P'hysical iLatboratory at wich
thiers' wiiiltbe an cxibitioniof appa-
sttlietie events that the gynnasinni
isas witnessed. Whlile iio records wvererau.Pps ilbeedasflo :
brokn th geeralaveage f I"Whiting's Expserimnit for Free Fall
workdun ava god. ore nteestof Bodies." Prin. A. 1I. C'uris, Adrian;
in these mieet~s sholditb e taken by stI Avcllisfo'ltsrstjgIiesr
dents generally for it is such, contests o ae, i.D~rs os ts
lailti tHigh School: "Repiort of t'1ii0 i
as these that determilnexvhat the gen-111it
eralatllticspiit f a nierstele oii the Ten Staindarod Latboratory
sitai he .Experiments in Nleclianics for higha
Schiools," MIr. It. N. t'hute, Ann Arbar;
Last wveek there camnetinasteiita- "tRoentgens halitogi'liili," Prof. Ht. S.
tiouisly into University circes a man Caihart, Uiver'sity of Mieti:ig~i: "Il-
xvii', although he xorked quietly and te'rferelltial Refractometer," h'rof. A.
wittout sesisational maethods probabiy A. Mii'helsou, University of Chicir!oa.
accomiplished more tasting good amng All addruess oil "The Valule ands Pos-
tile men of ihe University thani many sihilities of Hlistorical Study" wciii he
whose coming has beeii heirildedt by delivered by P'ies. .hoiiies H. Casafield.
tile blare of trunipets. Possihly there~ of Glio Slate UnIzivesoity.
are students xvho arc not aware that- Saturday's lrog-rau hegins ,at h9:00ia.
Mr. Sayfuord conduc'ted uneetiigs in iii. with a conference oi "History 'iii
Newberry Bali, hut the good effe'cts of the Schiooilh'rogrami;" "Htistory in lie
his xvork are becouming more aiid iiore Gtrades," Mr. Earle AV'. Doxv, Univer-
apparent. E specially xva his "Coniti- sity of Michiigain; "Piace of Amiericain
dentiat Taik to Young MenI," ailongtile History iii the Iligh School," t'rof.
lite of sociai purity a maovemnivit in Chias. Mleiteuny, Olivet College; "Gen-
tile right direction. We need more of vrai History in the Highb School," Mliss
titis sort of practicai agitation united Elieli Dean, Grand tRtpidis High
with religion as Mr. Sayford presented School; "Sequence of Historical Stint-
it. Tiele ack of muachlinery for pro- ies in the ttighi Sciiool," Prof. Itichiard
ducing eiaotioinal effects and the tone '0.00 p. no__L Historical Sketel, of
of earnest thiougiltfuiness xxhiicii per- Hudson, University of Michigan.
vadied tile meetings mark them as Englisii Graoannvr Teacinog, Pt'of. F;.
efforts that sholond be repeated. We A. Manbour, Michigan Stale Norimai
hlope to see Mfr. Sayford in Ann Arbor Schiool. It is huoped thaot the paper
again. wiii call out a general interchange of
- views in tile club on tile followlung
Prof. F. M. Taylor has an article In topics: The educational value of tile
the Marci, Political Science Quarterly study of Gramiuar; its relations to
on "Do we want an elastic Currency?" literature and composition; its place

in tile curriculut;rsults to be ain-
ed at; iaethlods of presenting the sub-
ject. The discussion will be by Prof.
B. A. Hinsdae, University of Mids-
gan; Supt. W. F. t'erry, Ann Arbor;
Prin. . T. Wright, Jackson,hPrin. W.
A. Greeson, Graiid atids.
All meetings xiii be held in the
Frieze Memorial Hall unless otherwise
noted.
FIRST YEAR ALUMNI.
'95 Holds a Successful Clss Ban-
quet
The first alumni banquiet of 95)xas
held Friday night at lagsrfer's,
and it was most successful iii every
detai. Of the large numiiter of miem-
bers of the closs xvho re still in the
University pursuinig giaduate or pro-
fessionali studies, considerably over
hiaif oere ini atenanice. Mr. J. .
tone oitditdhimslf in the ,a-olciy
of toastmaster, ad to his efforts and
those f the committee oii amiang-
ients, Messrs. Murfin, Block ado
Green is du(, imtih. of the success of
the ev-cuig. Aftr the ireglariro-
graial of toasts had. tein gone through
each iaeiiber of the class was caled.
uvponori fi a stool'? or soiiieronal
reainiseence.
The orer of toasts osas ais folowxs:
"The (lass of '1)," by L1 B. Broosk;
"'95 and thie' 'oiiiodo' Rays," ty . .
Rtose'ibtauiii:"'The Fault," C. i.
Gray; "Class IPoliics," ty J. . t.lur-
in; "C'ollego' Frie'ndshipi," by h. .
Lintdley; "huti the i o'rvv'ld," by B.
D. Htorton; "t90,-Otur First Iteio,"
tby? it.I.. Lyster; "Our Almat Matei,"
to? Dmavid Leaavotur.
Amloug thio'others presnt xwer
MessĀ°rs. Mtarshiall Hoadey, Iutcing,
W'illiams, SatbintBlock, Thayer, bos-
ter, Tifany, Dancer, Bodecker, Downs,
hRualol, tGreen and MtcDonald.
Greetod by a Lrge Audience.
Normial H. iHacket, x-, wvho is
a nmember of thie troupe' sualolortig
Rhea thaus season, apleare woith that
actress at thie Granmd.Otoeraiotse
Fridlay evening. Mll.tRhiea is oie of
the faxorites of Annm Arbor tlioato'-
goers, but she was comipeled to stre
tile atplause witii Sr. Hackett, whose
Unixersity frtgnds xere out isa full
force. lite acquitted himself veiy
creditably, especially in tie curtaim-
raiser, "Into It amd Out," in vlh'i he
took tile leading Ihart. Isa the inter-
val preceding ble first at of "ell
Giwynn" Mr. Hackett xvs called be-
fore the curtains aid conmilbohed te
favor his friends xith a short speeh.
While iii Anun Arbr Mr. Haketi
xas entertained by Theta Detas Ci,
of xhitceh fraterniy ie is a member.
An infornmal reception was tedered
iim at the chapter-house Friday fter-
noon, "Nell Gwyn" aas oinessd
by .at party of txvesy-five of Mr.
Hackett's Detrit friends.
Tile newest and largest assormxen
of Carpets, Rugs, Mattings and .Dra-
onles at Hailer's Furniture Store.

prof. Edwin Truebiood to Read.
Edwin B. Trueblood, 'S7, brothaer of
Prof. Trueblood and Professor of Gra,-
tom'y at Eauulhau College, Indiana, will_
read tomorroxv afternoons at 5 o'clock.
in the Laxv Lecture Room. Gratoricat.
tickets o-danit holders. General atis-
sion 10 cents.
PRIZE FOiR SHOtRT STORIY.
Tile '0(1 "Res Giestas' Board offer a.
cash prize of $10 for tile best short
story on a legal sumbject Contribu-
tions from all departmenmts are invited
and tile Board reserve the right to use
all manuscript submitted
CHESS TGURNAMIENT.
Entries for the chess tourniamnent for
the chlanmpionship of the 'nix'ei'sity
close today, Monday, at 7 p. us., at
xwhichltitme the draxwinigs wiii be madie
at the chub room. The tournamuent
wvill begini Thursday eveninig.
CHARLES G. PALME4R.
Miss Charlotte 0. Stowe, generat.
pianist and accompanist. Htouse party
engagemnents satisfactorily filled. Ad-
dress INo. 48 S. University ave..
Washburn Guiar for sale, Arg us-
office. 128
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