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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

-14 f.~~
Pubished Daly (Sunday excepted) dring
the Colegs year, by
THE U OF M. MODRREOWR ASSCIATION
OrrIE: Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
11. COLEMAN, Li. '7, Managing Editor.
G.11.I ixnisoo, La'50 sit
A. '.OSIcH, Lit. Spc., Aosistant.
WI. A. S'ILL, Late'5, Axitant.
J. A. LEllo, Lit. 'Si. Atheic Edior.
J. S. PEARL Las 'o, Bsiss aager.
1. x. Lvy, Law -06), Axsistnt.
Associate Editors.
S. B. Shiley, Li. '. i. A. iancr, Lil.'5
E. L. Evans, Law '05. CE.u adrand,Lit'S.
Carrie V.SmitiLit.'i. inL.R.iamblen,Law'9.
C.A.ilsogtos,tient'96. . I. Darrell, Lit. 'S.
S Gilbert,Engr.'57.1i.i.Gansson,Medic'98.
Minnie M. Thompso, Lit'i.
. M. Hicath, i'armic '5.
Subsription price$2520 per year, inariaby
inadvance. Sin gle copies 3 cents. Suscrip-
tions may be eft at' the office of the DAInY,
at Stoflit's, at (State t. newst sand, with any
_of the editors or authoried solicitors.
Commsunicaions should reach the office by
7 oclok p. s. if tey ae 1o appear te net
day. A ddress all mttr itendd for pbli-
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commnoications sol)) be sent to the iusi-
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THE U. OF M. DAILY
Ass Arisr, ir.
The editors do not hold themseies respon-
sible for the opinions or stateme tof corres-
pondents, pprring ti te DAiY.
Ther wibr aimeleting of iii Daily
boartd this evrning lt 7 o'clock.
Itxxison b. time for te ansal
election of the Athletic asoiaioi.
Besities the eietioii of officers, the
associt'iion has imiportnit tusins le.
fore it tiis yeia, tilat'lttri' of chief
imonment being te propostIdccxvon-
stituitions What ha~s tisen so ofttn sait
with ltseopeolig of thie' Waerisan
.gyiliisluilila111d1tiexictory sveC (or-
nel, tiiire begail at Siehilisllea a ess
era sf atletics antd of college life in
geoeral. Ti other words, there is iio
romi for doubt that a helthsly colltg
spirit has beesi ilanted i, tllcer of the
old apathy., As' woo stateiltt the
track taain imeting tle other night,
"thebre is nooxxhers more rt'al coega
spirit than at Michiigiiixw-heut you get
rigihtidown to it' The aclsiex'euets
of this collige sisrit sid no)) reach the
limit of their possibilities wihi the
cod of the football saston, nor are
they conined by ay imeins to atllet
les alone. Ic athletics, for 011e'ting,
*mus yet remains o be doo. A bat-
ball and a truck team cannot e sup-
ported ad made sucessful upon the
glories of last fal's football team. I-
terest Insst besmanifested In thiem,
and a considerable amount of it nms))
be of filie substantial kimd. One xway
for a student to beneit himself and
the Unhiversity's interests as xwel is by
joining the Athletic asoiatioin. It
is Important that this be done at ocue
before the, affairs for tie year are
'ound up iii April Menberslip en-
fenttie rigt to vote in tie election,
thus nmaking inembeti haress in the
management of athletics here.and

a1nd1 os in tote ib'asball gierStt
hltf price. Wills the price of meumntxr-
shill) lt tree dolias etfe,.suients ii
thliislversity should be outside of it'
lssoei'itioii'
U. OF t. CALENDAR.
Sat.,AMarceli9.-Rngineers' iidor
mei'it lt the gyililasilil.
011 "Knoxwing SGoid,"at Nessberry iall,
I p. in.
Sun~., Alarchi 10, 12 in-Prof. E. F.
Jhlnson 011 "Punblic and Privaie Lass
i till' P'e-C'hiistiani Ers," before Uni
vecity Bible class at Mieiodisi
chrllchl.
Mlon., AMarch 11.-Prof. Merheun bi-
fore the Unity club on "The Orgiii of
Sonic Familiar Instittion."
Thurs., Maurcl 14-Fasnlty reialt
Frieze 'Miniorial hail.
Thusrs. Aarch 1.-Pif. Toiipson
sn " Tiii' t'slitioilofliii' Juigs"
inl the Mosaichnlabos series at tilt
la ec lrtir' rooml.
Fri. eve., Aar. 15.-Sopholeoce party
at G=ranger's acaidemy.
Fri., Mar. 1.-Uniiiersiiy oratorical
contest in Universiy hall under auspi-
ces of S. L. A.
Sat., AMarcli10.-Fist annuallalumtinit
banquetofth(le class of 'i lt.
Sat., AMrh Idl , ia p. i.-Mleetlig of
AntiiArbor divi-ioin of C'ollgilte halml-
nae at News'ei'ry hal for eleion ~f
oficers.
Sun., March 1.-on R. Mot, see-
retary of the Stuiienits' Christian asso-
ciationis, bufoi' the S. C. A.
Sun.. Molrris 24.-Shierwsood Ediy,
secretary of the Sltut Volnteeis.
before the S. C. A.
Wxed., Mlarcel 27.-Aniiual S. C. A.
election.
Wed. and Thurs., Mlaceli2-28.--
Cssical cifereiice unide auspices of
Michigan Scooliaste's club.
Fri., Mfar. 29--Varsity indoor met
In Gymniasiumli.
Fri., Mlarcel 29-Junior lit social in
Granger's acadeiiy.
Fri. and Sat.. Aai. 29-30.-Meeting
of Mihigani Schoiolmastes' lb.
Thiuis., April 11.-Faculty recil it
Frieze Miemorial hal.
Fri., April 26-inltercollegiate debate
betwxeenoNothwxsestt'rntadtiMichigan
at Chicago.
Thiurs., Mty 9-Faculty recital at
Friez~e Mte1001itilial
Thin's., June G.-Faculty recital a)
Frieze AMemorial hail.
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The programl at Alpha No tonight
xwiii he as follosws: Music, Miss-s
Lou.-ig d a rdn lctlec; readling, Misses
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Shet: ely; recitation, Mr. Psaul; im~-
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should he reinstathed in ic ihigan," off.,
SiesAcs. iDanher, Dillt-y an~d Wood-
Nvardi; nieg.. Messrs. She-ecan, GI'isilec,
andiiRuin; dCtiuet, Sliss 's Siittteciy anid
Miore.

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DEC.-"The True Cross of Christ."
JAN-"Wan Jesus God?"
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