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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Pubished Daiy (Snday ecepted) duig the
College yeeor.at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
'bet: The iead Pess eing Blck.
Bth Pheyee147.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENGLHARDo~a, '0t L.
lUSINESS MANAGER.
0. IIthIeA s, 'EL.
EDITORS.
Athletic Editr, T. R. WOOW, '00 L.
P. W. JONES, '9, A. U. Mc'titacott, '01 E,
F. D. EAttAN,'OO C.t. Leeo,'OOM,
G. D.Hcocuee. 'atE.
The subsciptio pice of the DALis le.e50Ofer
he college yea, with a recularedlieeyefoe
noon each day. Notice, cmmncaions, ad
otheematatee inteded foe lblicoata mclte
handed int at the DAILY ofdice efore 8 pt., cr
tmaled to the editeribefoe 3 p . atoa the day
peeviou to that o whicha they ae epected ta
ntusciptianc tay be toeft at the DInt'oefie,
Mye', 0r Statllet newtd, ocewith Biecs
Eatsger. Solcciee will ceafavoerIby
repacltg pomptly at tiseoaice ay failae f
aieIaodeliecrpae.
All chnge io daetiing catemute lent
the offce by 4 p. t. o the day preeiaue to tat
on which teaetoee apeae.
Estabroob Cannot Come.
Prf. Trueblolod las received th
fllotwitig letter givitg his retools
for catcelling his etagageettittat Att
Arbior:
CHCttAeGO, Jat. 17, 1899.
MY DEAR PROFESSOR --Explatatory
of recent telegras, I wshil you to
utdersatt Inuitre' in detail the rea-
secs whichcomel m~ ae te break tmy
etgagemett to speak next Satrday
at Attn Arbor.
VToe case Is which I referred i my
telegratts as been preparitg for
trial for several years, atd emerged
fretithlii' haties citthe oaster in
chattcery motishls ago. Ocr cliett is
one of thte jutdges of the Appellate
court antd the suit itvlves all le has
on earth. Intheia crowded state of
the docket, and te abolcte scan-
ble of litigatts o get the ar of the
court, a ctse olce set for trial nust
be tried owhet realed ot' go over it-
defiitely.
I ever before receded front a con-
tract to speak, for I know it disap
pointto maty people-atid I ate par
ticularly sorry to disappoint you and
thte studetts of Atn Arbor.
Very sincerely yours,
HENRY D. ESTAtROOK.
Oratorical Contests.
The Oratorical Cotmittee reports
the followitg dates for te prelimi-
nary class cottests: Feb. 20, Jutior
Law; Feb. 21, Sophomore Lit.; Feb.
23, Fresh Law; Feb. 25, Junior
LFit.; Feb. 27, Senior Law; Feb. 28,
Senir Lit.
All contestatts must hand itt their
nanmes with the subjects of their
orations to J. A. Oppeheimer, 417
E. Utiverity by Feb. 1. All ora-
tions must be hatded in by Feb. 10.
The judges will be announced later.
Collection ot Coins.
The Utiversity has received a col-
lection of about 200 rare ad valu-
able colns from Wm. Lambert Dorr,
of Federal Point, St. John's River,
Pa. Mr. Dorr was at otto time a
resident of Ann Arbor. The collec-
tion whicht consists prinipally of
European coins, waill be placed in the
University gallery.
Mrs. B. A. Finney left for Detroit
yesterday afternoon, having receivid
word that her father had fallen and
quite severely itjured himself.

iMass Meeting for Baseball Men. Miusic Studio
A mass meetittg for all baseball Piano, Pipe Orgo aned Corgpoltion
meta wrill be held itt Rootn 9 at 7
o'clock tonighct. Speeches will be Fj. LH . I IE-.iNI PI
nmatle by teattatger tnd captain and
others. Plans for the work of the From Stuttgatoenseervatory, Germanay.
season wtill be givetn out anti pros- 312 a. Dliison St. Connert Piano Taniog
peels discussed. It is a ttatter of
great itmptrtatnce that all baseball THE RENOWNED MANBIOLIES VIRTUOSO
meni tatritout, so as tot give a line ott R . U E E A E
the matetial atnd tot allow if arratnge-
mentts hoc traitnitig to be muadle. All Will give lesoons on the mandolin and
meti at all interested are utrged totguitar at the University School of
attetnd.MAlisc every Friday. Foe Terms and

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Judges for Pennsilcnania Debate.
The following have been natned as
judges for the fiual for the Michigatn.
Ptenntsylvatnia debate: Hon. Chas.
F. Totnetnd, Jacksott; Hon. WN. W.
Wedeeyer, Atit Arbor; W. P.
Vati Wainklle, Howell, atid Rev.
Wut. Aldreichi, Ypsilaniti.
The speakers for the Late Depairt-
tietnt are Eatiait, Wilson, atndRei-
dalelis; foir thte Litertiry Departtiett
Cartmotdy, Yout;i, atni Harrisont.
Word has beene received frotm Prof.
V. J1. Spalditng that he anti Mrs.
Spaldlig are att pre esit occup~yinig
thae cottage itt which Dr. atid Mrs. J.
M. Martitn spenit last tititetr ont tie
island otSanetta Catalitna, below Lots
Atigeles. Ptrof. Spalding is very
muatchiminprovedin i health sitace leav-
lng Soucthierin Califorinia, wheare the
ciol tnighits anid thae warimidays did
nst agree ewithimt.
Rev. Joseph H. Crooiker of the
Unitarian Celi lct'~oaanoutncedl for
tiext Sundayli eveninitg a subject that
still proibably interest manety of the
stiudentts ini the University. He is tot
speatk ait Empire tir Natiot-
Whiicit?"'and soietitig cmay be ex-
pectedl cptot the lproblemllof expati.
sioni.
George Seweell, cx '01, died at
hits btoine ini Detroit yesterdlay
molrninitg. Mr. Setwelilteas a titembter
last year ef the Eniginaeeritng Depart-
mcetat buitteas comopelled by ill health
to leaive college shortly before the
second semester.
rATHENS THEATRE
FRIDAY
JANUARY
( 20TH
Robert. Mantellh
BOYS ! STOP !
AT THE
KINDEIIAIIThM
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS.
Huone St. Eaot of F. andM. Bank.
Peninsular
Engraving
Conipanqj,
DETROIT, MICH.
DkANDALL,
State Phone 144.

boours apply to the Secretary. yyyW
Microscopical Suop~ies
Dissecting Instruments.
Everything yecn need fee Labcora-
tory weora yeewillficd beret.
J. J. QUARRY,
CAMPUS nRUn STORE.

Students' Laundry Association!
Wmn. VOUGHT-Wm. R. FOX, ogonto for
THE GRAND LAUNDRY, or DETROIT,
The best high grade laaundry in the State. The
enly machine domestic finieh in eke West.
Gloeefinith aleo gien. All week promptly,
neatly and carefolly doe.
ofcae ta2 S. Stole st.EReidene 010 Lawrence at.
New State Phone. 44t.
MIJ.JARD
THlE
PLIENTE IR
Ann Arbor, Etch
HEADQUARTERS
For LAMPS of olt kinds,. FORCE.-
LAIN CHAMBERN SETS, DINNER.
SETS attd FANCY CHINA. Japan-
ese Goods and Nuvelties.

115 S. MAIN ST.

COLLEGE STUDENTS
TIHE
COUNTRIY
OVER
SMOKE
Prices from $15 Up. ¢~
® a ~Best
_ -- - the
COLLEGE neoneerywherer aeiweted to nend car the Washhurn Soernir Catalog.
Itscontainstnearly 300ppotraitsnofartistsand collegian,besidestgiving some account
or teeconstructico fWashhurn instrumentosod a nomplete lisfneotrtprices.
First-clasn mouscdealersnthe world aver sell Washburns, or instruments may be
obtained ram the makers
LYON & HEALY. CHICAGO.
KOAL.EVEFEFY KIND
M. STAEBLER,
119 WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
BOTH PHORES, NO. 108. ANN ARBOR.
MAYNARD ST. BELL 'PHONE 246.
Granger '8 under management of MRS. ROSS GRANGER.
Beo inners' Cianoo-Oenttcmen, 10 a.m., Saturdays; Ladies, 4p.m. Satordays
e~iem~y Intermediate Clas-Monday eenings. Adeanced Clac-Tuesday evenings
TIKProgramme Party Eacb Saturday Evning.
TCETS, $5.00. ocodl12weeksofrom timeoflstarting.
In Cjosc Pacceseset
With the earning cod going of the season are the fathions
in Shoes." The Styles cf yeoterday are soon focgotten in the desire foe
that of Itocrrow. See car windows,, far the host op-to-dale line of
the ftiles for to-morrow.
flDP~I5Cn W~t TAPI tS Wsh~nton5,
f1FRI1L oSLcfiOELTOREIU, Ann Arbor.

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