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Pubished Daily (Sunday exceped) during
the College yar, by
THE U. Of M INDEPENDENT ASSOIATIOR.
Orr: Times building N. Main t., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
H. COLEMAN, Lit. '7, Managing Editor.
G. B. IAnmsio, aw '0, Assistant.
A. XW. Suii, Lii. Sel., Assistant.
W. A. SritLL, Low '0, Assistant.
J. A. LattO, Lit. 'i, Atleic Editor.
J. S. PEARsL, Lan '5, Bsiness Manger.
IL. W. Levy, Law 'l, Assistat.
Asociate Editors.
S. B. Shiley, Li. '5. I. A. Dner, Lit.'95..
E. l.. Evans, Law '5. Eli Sunderlaldt9.
Carrie V.Saith.t:ii'. Li.tIasbirs.Law'll.
C.A.iiougto,itet'96. C. i. Farrel, Lit. '0.
M Gilert, Esgr. 7. Ii.B.Gansmo,MedieOS.;
Milnise IM. Thomson. LiL '7.
G. 0. lath.tharmie '0.
Subscription price $1150 per year, ivariably
in advance. Single copies 3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at thc. office of thetAY,
at Stottet's, at State t. new stand, with any
of the editors or authorized solcitos.
Comm usiatios should reach the stfiles by
7 adco-h p. m. if they ae to appear the scsi
day. A dress laatter intesded for pbli-
ration to the Managig Editor. All business
comminicationsshosuid be set to the IBusi-
ness Manager.
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
An Arbor.OMic.
The editors do not ild themselves respn-
ible for the opinions or tatemensof corres-
pondeints, appearing in te Dete.
Studsent pblictions ii their serforts
to furishi matter of thie bsloiobl
tature-'fusr their reders are coifrote
by ia claisowo, Ilosglithey di no
spplort tny of the 1iiriodiclls. att'mptt
to discorage their sale. It is at wiii
knsosnfastthit itoss whi1ktosv
the last labot t heiS itiiilus ositjor-
tolisisi re thestiexs wo ii iisitheli,
broadtet tassr'tion regarsirg the
propier policy for the seera ipublica-
tins to nadopt. From this class is4
soissiouly lierdl sggesions which
shoulil be taidie intorderIbitotr per-
iodilcas tmay le rerescnttitse in char-
aceir. It simli betunerstoodl that
those who have carge of te jor-
tnlistic branch of colege Xwor: are
atlways grateful for iew ieas wiict
come froisa people lntibretid it the
promotion ,oftll tht pletils to the
amoeliorationt of college enterpris.
Hlowever, tierjs little advice offered
by .this class; it is te "kos-it-als"
and nosupporters of ot only college
pusblicatiotts but the several branceisw
of studett undsrtakings, who mtke
the most vociferos retiarks atd offer
suggestiotis -Xwittut solicitation.
Among this portiott is arrayed thos
Xvho are fouttd on the outside of this
fence at athletic field duritg the pro-
gress of athlete events; those who find
solace in discouraging te teinis when
they are at practice ant]iatly, the
large numiber-:.o rad their neigh-
born Daily, Wrike attd Inlander.
True it ia that teee are tmany tier sa
wheit it becones necessary to flli te
coutns of the publicitions withnmat-
tr which is not of great itterest. lit
loyal students overlook this fact knot-
ing-full welt that were then's news
of great itr s to e had, it would
find Its wayy into tie paper
A notable Instance of te poor sup.
prt given our periodials is the small
unmber of wrnkles which find sale

atniottg slst ens.. It i,
antionag the taluitini 01n

suilicienl9 to sarrant its e.
Th'lis is a deplortble f: lie
staniding of Wrinke is jitose teres-
lng to the s-ertal pusblictiots of lik'
chalracter inthetlt'conttry. 'on of
Icthm apiproatchiit inexell'nce' it
drainglsoa11111ft-sin its literary maoke
sip. trilticistos ase sotmetimes betn
taotecotciening.' the naturtet''of is
ioki's, hut liiiatwhole it tislmlds u
sots all of osr periosials thissful
eniciiragetnentlandetstpptort sit all t-
dents.
Epworth League Series o Lectures
The Epworhi League of the XMe-ho-
dist chisrei listsissueo nnemilttientl(.ls
of a sets sit our letres'tIs be t-
litv-iretd hring Mrhl anlApril, 's
foillowss:
Marceli8.--Dr. C. M. ('tbras i
"Afternioons wiltin-liat Mt," Xwitil
Ma~rchu 23.-Dr. S A. Sleds, of Nash-
sill, Tnn., oi "Backbone." Dr.
Sesie is the 'titot' of the official orgnt
of the Epworthi Liage ii the ostiiiri
states, andis.otis of the mo1sf promus-
at menin i the Mellthoist ciurhi in
the South.
Aprit-Mr. J. E. Beil n t"Fording
as Fiiord,"anitaccount of ia threeXwees
cycling trill trosighsNorssuy anti
Ssssee.
-April 12.-Dr. E. W. iRyan oti "Pales-
tine," a witty aicounst ofthit lectrrs
traves liiitunt contry.
The lectures,swil be deliveres i the
Methodist ciurhi and tickets for the
entire series may be procured for 25
cnts.
'T'ousMihign-Northtwetertidebate
ssilibehi'lebheither lt Esanstont r
Chicago, April 26.
U. OF Al. CALENDAR.
Thurs., Macci 7.-Pro. Totpson
will lecttre its lasv lecture room on
"ThoInitrodutctione of hEsidetce Iinthe
Jewish Courts.'
Fr., March, 8.-Lecture in M. E.
church by Dr. C. Al. obert, on "Au
Afternooni Xitt treat Mesa."
Suin, Maccit1it, X2i.-Prof. E. F.
Johnusont tlt "Ptiblic anti Pri'ate Law
in the Pre-tlnirstian Era," before Ut
voristy Bible cas atAlehoist
church.
Mtonm, March 11.-Prof. Mieciei be-
fore ftset'nity club on "The Origin of
Some Futisiliar Iistitttioins."
Fri. eve., Mar. 15-Soplionore party
at Granger's aademty.
Fri., Asar. 1.-UniXersiy oratorical
contest in University hal under auspi-
ces of S. L. A..
Sat., Mrh 16.-First atnual alnie
banquet of the class of 'l)- lit.
"Wed. antd Turs., Mar. 27-28.-Clas-
sical cnferencee.
W~ed. and Turs, Mtrch 27-2.-
Classical coferene uder auspices of
Michigan Sclooleiastei s clb.
Fri., Mar. 2.-Varsity indoor met
In Gymnasiumt.
FIMarch 2-Junir lit social. In
Glranger's academy.
Fri. and Sat., Mar. 29-0.--Meting
of Michgan Schoolmasters club.
'ave you rooms to renti if so, ad-
vertise them in the Daly.

'Al. DAILY
Engin' r meet.
Thet'i'ngineers hold their indsoor mest
itn lti' gynasitumi next Saturday evetn-
lng at 7:130. l'Tere will be relay races
beitwsee'n teamts chosen frotm the civil.
tit''lltihail anit electrical engineers.
thli'r e-ruts will be the balr svtult,
ruips' climibinig, high isick, rtuninig high
juipitrunintg hbroad mmi, ltmblilntg
tashwesting. Mtr. Salter, sslio is in
chalrge' ustthe matter, repiorts it giood
list of -titrit's.
Do you wsanit otarulers? If so, net-
scrtise your boarsinit the Dually.

to distribtite
oradlvertise-
meats in pars payments for a bins grade Acmed
bicycle, wales we si-nd them os apprevai. Net
worb Cone until she bicyce arrives and provesI
satisfaetsry.
Young Ladies espmeeemh
meed. W rite forprtsiculars.
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V ELKH-ART, IND.
DIT-SON MUSIC.
"Six Love Songs,"
Bty Frank ESayer. Transitons ef Sis
of lleitne's finest lyrics ini exquisite musical'
settits's. Heavy Paper. 75 cents.
"COLLEGE SONGS"
Thesandard colletion of Citllege Sosgs.
Over 300.000 seld. Heavy Paper, 50
cents; Cloth. Gilt, $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only boath of the bled publihled. The
sotigs if the trading colleges far women.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
;;ROYAL COLLECTION INSTRUMENTAL COUIT~d MUSIC,"
Eighty-two pieces for the guitar from the
best sources. A splendid collection. Band-
some tcnver. 50 cents.
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