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December 14, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
Colege year. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
PreIcE: The inland Press, Henning Block.
Both Phones 1C7.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENGELARD, '01L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
o. H. ANs,'I00 L.
EDITORS.
Athletic Editor, T. R. WoOnnOW, '00 L.
P. W. JONas, '99, A. H. MDOUGALL,C01 E,
F. D.EAAN,'01L. C. H. LNe,'00 M,
G. D. HUcNUTT. '01CE.
The subscription price of the DALY is tM50 for
he acoriege yea, cwithareglarn deliey eore
neon each dy. Netice, comccnicaioea, and
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handed in at the A s * oftienhefe Spit,,en
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peviouc to that n which they oeepected to
aNcteberiptions may be Ceft at the DALY Office,
Meyer's, t Stelt's newstand, or with Business
ranager. Subscribers will confer a favor by
reporting promptly at this ofice any failure of
cariesto delieepaper.
All changes i radvertisinc matter must be in
the oflice by 4 p. at. on the lay previous to that
on which they are to appear.
We are in receipt of 'Sugges-
tions" by ''Dirty Player." If the
author will make himself known we
will gladly publish his communica-
tion, reserving comments to a later
day. We do not care for the namee
for publication, but will not print an
article whose authorship is unknown.
The committee in charge of the
football banquet has shown its wis-
dom in postponing it. There are a
great many students who will be pre-
paring to leave or who for other rea-
sons could not attend this week.
Giving the banquet after Christmas
will give tminy who desire to go, ate
opporttnity to do so, who could t
otherwise have gone. This disposi-
tion oC the part of the committee to
suit the convenience of a large num-
her who wish to be present, should
be met by a hearty response on the
part of the student body. This will
be the best opportunity of the year
to meet our victorious football
players and to ejoy an evenitg with
theta. Several tetnbers of te cairm-
mittee seem disposed to complain at
a lack of interest. This should lot
be so. At Harvard, Pennsylvania,
and Chicago, these football banquets
were attended by the presidents of
these universities and by some of
their most prominent alumni, and
were the most enthusiastic and en-
joyable social gatherings of the year.
The cottmittee will leave no stonee
unturned in their efforts to make
this an exceptionally enjoyable ban-
quet. Enough ought to attend to
enable the committee to buy souve-
nirs for the team.
Those who entjoy a banquet where
good-fellowship and college spirit
reigns unrestrained and supremse, as
who lave a litte of the etlusiastt
that makes a man want to get up
and do something to show lie isnet
dead, but is a real live enthusiastic
college man, should not let this op-
portunity pass by without manifest-
ing a bit of interest in the occasion
by attending. Those who go will
get a good banquet for their money,
and will feel they have been present
at one of the fetes that are the col
loge man's peculiar privilege.
Judge Victor H. Lane, of the law
department of the University, left
yesterday over the Ann Arbor road
for Adrian to spend a few days in
visiting old friends.

Declned the Oifer.
Prof. McMurrich, of the depart-
ment of anatomy of the University, has
recently been asked by the authori-
ties of the Bremen museum to in-
vestigate a collection of actinia, com-
monly known as animal flowers or
sea-anemones, obtained from the
South Pacific islands. This offer he
was regretfully compelled to decline,
as he is at the present time engaged
in the study of a sitilar collection
from the coast of Chle, made by the
authorities of the Royal Museum of
Natural Sciences of Berlin.
Freshman Glee Club.
All candidates for the Freshman
Glee Club, who have not yet been
examined, meet in Room 24, Friday
nigt, Dec. 16 at 7:001 o'clock.
Hf. R. KERN, Mgr.
Notice to Freshmen Trach Men.
All freshmen interested in track
work are requested to meet in Room
9, University Hall, Thursday after-
noon at 4.15.
The war number of the Michigan
Alumnus is in great demand at the
book stores. In addition to the
write up of "Michigan in the War,"
it contains reproductions from pho-
tographs of Sec'y Day, Senator Davis
and Assist. Sec'y Miekeljohn; also
of those students who lost their lives
in the war. This number of the
Alumnus is a valuable one and every
student should be the possessor of one.
Mr. John Griffith the leading man
in ''An Enemy to the King" which
appears here Friday and Saturday
evening, will be entertained at the
Chi Psi fraternity by Mr. E. H.
Fairburn, a nephew of Mr. Chas. E.
Hamilton, also a member of the
com~panly.
Mr. Chas. E. Hamilton, of the
company producing "An Enemy to
the King," on next Friday and
Saturday evenings at the Athens
Theatre is an uncle of Mr. E. H.
Fairburn, of the Chi Psi fraternity.
Dr. Novy delivered his lecture on
Russia at the Ladies' Library yester-
day afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Mr. Latimer gave his lecture on
English art at his studio over Calk-
ins' drug store last evening.
Prof. Craig has received a cable-
gram calling him suddenly to Europe.
le doesn't expect to return till
Jan. 10.
Dr. Jessie K. Marden, who was
president of the Students' Christian
Association last year, las been sent
by the American board of foreign
tiissions to Aintab, in Asiatic Turkey.
IAthens Theatre,I
By special arran sert with Mr. '
E..CC hihit,j
MR. JOHN GRIFFITH
wilipresentSothern'sgrateatplay,
An Enemy to
The King.
TWO NIGHTS,
Eriday and Saturday, Dec. 15, 16,
With the original co-tumes, scenery, etc.
Prices,I25c, 5c, 75 na $1-00.
UNIVERSITY
School of Dancing
-"-r--
Granger's Academy.
eni Phone 246.

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