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-THE U. OF M. DAILY.
issued by the annex faculty, and
W . O % z countersigned by the president of
____Harvard. By tlits arrangement the ----
Ptilhe Da' ily (Sinaas eeipn..i) daring svomlen's college will be kept dli- IA .N O
the Co iv' vyeew. by tinctly separate from the college
HE ii. OF d, I ND0 FNENO T ASSOCIATION piroper. Thie students will lanen the ______
privilege ofithse graduate courses.
T ( !his aiid the higher value pilaced TAN SIHOES.-Prices, $3 . n, $4.00, X53.00.
mpoii the. degrees will be the only
-real gain to the annex by its admit- 48 SOUTE' MAIN ST+REE. - AN RBR
lv-'ti ss i, f the .i) sir board to- sauce. 'Fite friends of the aisnex
tire nsit exactly pleasedl with this A 5-l di
it, 7:30. Important business. schemise, fosr they see in it an attempt SIJP .J..'.5 S'L I1.I.P GS
ki~lAN~11F~s"hav ben mdeso excludle forever en - education
Anms~sssivrs ave eesititICfromn the college. 2 .~ i tet
wisereby she lDst ie sill receive cons-b21 .M i Ste . WAGNER & CO.
plete telegraphic reports from t he
U. of AL-Corsell gam-v thi, after-* ~.~Ii ~TLD
noon.I5 Leervone istere'sted ini the TJAAIJ
gnue-icsllts i be ivenabledttis)amisty
iimself of theireultcarly tlissesvii I
letiss-la'ithsits ofisceitt s e t s i i "_.-.
se ll is' i ji vs iits I ise the tltS 'uSC Horsfo cdii1 L 1 1s ~tr i eel""natcIi 1.1i;
1Nve fte tac t ttsshiNWst- '5 line sti it l'()1'r et il vi e, i ntIs theivLEADING SeCHOLOF BUSINESS. 3Msg- 'i:isst
ves >sis}il~rin' iii i ti5 55 t es'ibut i ' 1iii sit-ii iii- tbilig in ecer;lre ted n 'ce; 5 u>isu t = v
'ir iit 5't i ivislssss5 vase, ani osi d usieit I iltE'staill roossu i isy lecturevs; Satssuday evening receptios-, N - sitsilt ~pOS".. . 1
ie siss si is-'5 tO sitit nout eili'titutlf sIeC S siteof thie(St nsliei dlitandi; iso td ranestallt si'srepoitioin; Ia o5. ,Maitittut t'as-5.555
lie 's t'usw usss.so iettl? 1 -g xesecs 2.to$2 d~perweekipriaste ai5t(It5G5t)[ttt.
b elfrte ( le tc toi stsis sustsstteess.s. Isr seitl '- ts.g vueviss et, a~n~ s tssntswha
hliitti 05r \iii v orl t .-Is i 'fS olv e " titis lave positimosis fo witi" ss's'eek, asirstsNa. ', C4ii5iti i'tssvvss
rtcvtlit 5"ti o isit' e adv04'ibility gcSi E'uytt ndstvigor tos1slit' title)' svs- PP. .CLEATY. 7P Ntr'sleis.sssvuiuss-i
of taking 'steps to utse willhi t iii'e$ $20,$3.00S$4.00,"5 ssitvaiiSssait'rsslii.
A1 most exnevlenttl s tiitenie tontic "O:i*Dity s'cevtisundti'
oterther e vesastcctolletgteil'ii tpr'essiti i t'g assioicieeation'sas siinit~is uv iv tis i is
the tormtsion oidan. ts -COt 4 rttottatrd ei ttdhl' nsNIeT a. oleo o(ridas iy ss~ttsunavs
'vres ssociatinto iiclude call of aislepats reniieedenergy isis vitality, sit E I W5. H. tdtINv'f5'T, is. S. St 1 it itN,01)
the rottene pressas toctitions of tie ettlivenst the funcetions. Doty &s Feiner,. Ge.Ps.Ant LoaAgt

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coutry. Stuci t iepsseeswsise,
suitdsoalilbe cossidiered twell by nl
the msemtbers of the W'sesterns College
Press .Asociations.
Nose that 5the onte-sixthi sill bill
late is its effect, ivouldsitisnot be ivell
for tlse Regents so consider the
qusestion of lighstisngte campuiss by
electricity? Wiitht the presentsftacii-
ities, sit electric plianat coulil be op.
ersteid sithsiout assy great outlay stud
teoulid trove a sasing issvettmsesnt its
many ways. The smassysslvasntages
of suchb ass improvemsettasee appar.
ens antI seed no cotmmsent. We
knowe of no implrovemenst that would
meet a wvarsmer recepiton from the
students thsan that of electric light-
lung. ________
The Harvard Annex.
More urgently shun ever there is
bseisngipressecd stion te corpsoration
of Harvarilte demnsd of te H-tr-
yard sussex that it be made part of
te university, in fact that co-edu-
catioss be practically established at
Hasrvard. The pies of te snnex
tins becomse so serious a matster thsat
the corporatioun proposes to check it
by msaking it a departmsent of te
university, but in sucs a swsy thast is
will not bring shout co-education.
Accordingly it proisoses to inclsude
te snnex, bitt withi a corporstion
and got'ernment of its own, she pro-
fessors and instrstctors holding of-
fice practically at te will of the
university authorities. Graduates
will receive a degree, equivalent so
the college and university degrees,

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