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02 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

tNetupaper Files.
++ + Files are kept in the University
"Published Daily (sundays excepted) during the general library of a number of Mich-
College year. at igan ad other newspapers. A file
of the Detroit Free Press has been
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. kept since 1885, of the Detroit News
'┬░rsm: The Inland Press, Henning Block, for the last two years, and a file of
Both Phones 147. the Detroit Tribune is being started.
MANAGING EDITOR. There are also the old files of the De-
F. ENGELIARD, '01 L. troit Advertiser. The Monroe Com-
BUsINESS MANAGER. mercial is on file for 1867-87, the
0. 1.tANS,, s00 L. Lansing Journal and State Repub-
EDITORS. lican since 1894 and 1895 respective-
Athletic Editor, T. It. WoODRow, '00 L. ly. The Kalamazoo Telegraph has
i. WJONES, 09, A. H. McDOUGALL, '01 E, been filed since 1893, the Kalamazoo
.. EAXAN, '00. c. Ii. LUND, '00 M, News since 1895, and Ypsilanti Ypsi-
G. D. HUDNUTT. '01 E. lantian since 1895. The Flint Globe
has been received since 1894, the
Grand Rapids Democrat since 1886,
-r othe Superior Leader since 1895, and
Big Bulletin for the last
he college year, with a regolar delivery hefore h
n each day. Nottce, cencnicationt, and few years. The files of the Ann
other inatter intentded corspulctlioncmuot he yas eflso h n
handed in at the DAILY ofit ce before 8 p. m., or Arbor Courier extend back about
wailed te the editor heoe Itp ct.ofthedoy niie yeaiS, the An Arbor Demo-
previous to that on which they ace ceitec ted to yMll AnAbo eo
utbscriition may be left at the DAILY office, crtabout 10 years, the Ann Arbor
Meyer's, or stoftlet's newstand, or with Business Register for about 13 years, the
Manager. Sutierse will confer a faoro by astna
oratigprmptlyatrths ofce a tnyataiyure ofWashtenaw Times for three years,
a iraodeli adaverisinv tter ptet he in and the files of the Anil Arbor Argus
he office bty4p. to. on the lay previous to that are fairly complete since 1854. The
on which they are to appear'more important of the papers from
-N CARE oF TODAY's ISSUE, outside Michigan of which files are
P. W JONEs. kept are the New York Herald, New
-- -York Post, semi-weekly, the Chicago
Last night Rev. J. H. Crooker de- Record, the Toledo Blade, the Chi-
livered a lecture on "The Common. cago Post, Chicago Tribune, the
wealth and the University." An ab- Loidon Times weekly, and the Paris
stract cannot be given today, because Journal des Debats. The university
copy came in too too late, but may has fairly complete files of a number
be given tomorrow. of papers duriig the period of the
civil war, but the authories would be
In another column will be found glad to receive others.
ana&11t f Ikiekino contest to bp,

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Still Hammering Away
At the Suit and Overcoat Stock-
Bound to get the stock down--
Profits are not considered-We
want cash at this season of the
year, not merchandise-If you
need Clothing see us-We can
save you money.
Noble's tar Clothing House
209 SOUTH MAIN ST.

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IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
CHEMICAL and PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS. Headquarters for ail Labora-
tory Supplies
1125S. Main Street, Ann Asbes, Mich.

TRY HOT CHOCOLATE,
None like it elsewhere.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.
The largest assortment of Candies in the city,
made houry. Oysters served in any style.

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an accounl[ 01 Ua g 1 01mu U
held at the Univcrsity of Pennsyl-
vania with a view to developing men
in punting and drop kicking. A
valuable cup is to be given to the
aiaser. Pennsylvania is following
in iMichian's footsteps as regards this
matter. Last spring such a compe-
tition was held here to contest for
the cup offered by Dr. Carrow. Cer-
tainly the West may be able to teach
the East something about football in
spite of the much vaunted suprema-
cy of Eastern colleges.
'Michigan students may well be
proud of her debating teams this
year. The Northwestern debate
proved the stuff that Messrs. Simons,
Sanger and Kingsley were made of
while those who heard the final inter-
lprtment debate Friday evening
know that in Messrs. Wilson, Car-
nody and Eaman we have a team
that Pennsylvania will find a tough
proposition. Michigan has always
lied an enviable record in debating
ircles but this year her teams will
take second place to none.
Prof. Robert L. Fulton addressed
:a good audience of students on the
need of oratory Saturday morning.
Prof. Fulton is professor of elocution
at Ohio State and Ohio Wesleyan
universities. He was associated for
15 years with Prof. Trueblood in the
Kansas City oratorical school. He
defended conversational oratory and
.said that training should be given in
public speech. He advocated the
granting of a degree for work in
elocution, and stated that at Ohio
Wesleyan the master's degree could
be attained by work in that line.
He gave some readings which were
received with great applause.
fir. G. Carl Huber, of the Uni-
,versit.y, was recently elected as one
of the collaborators of the Journal
of Compative Neurology, the leading
periodical in this department of
scientific literature.

Plans for Library.
The latest plans for the interior ar-
rangement of the recent addition to
the library of the: University divides
the upper floor of the book vault
into six compartments. Three of
these will contain, respectively, the
McMillan Shakespeare Library, the
Concord collection, and the Stearns
collection of music scores. One will
be devoted to maps, another to pho-
tographs and engravings, and a third
to rare and valuable works which it
is desirable to withdraw from general
circulation.
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~ALISBURV'S
Drugs and Optical Goods
Cook House Block, Huron St.
PeninEsular
Engrating
C mp DETROI, MICH.

BOYS ! STOP ! MILL ARD
AT THE
] ]) C TTHE
KINDLROUR hPRINTER
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS-
Hron St. East of F. and M. Bank. Ann Arbor. Mich,
Hon. W. Bourke Cockran
GOLDEN TONGUED ORATOR
"Audience of 13,000 spellbound."
"Thunders of applause."
"Cyclone of eloquence."
"Off the chairs and onto their feet."
"Dormant Power."
"Lion-like Head."
"Force of a Mountain Torrent."
UNIVERSITY HALL, FEBRUARY 4,
Subject: '"MILITARISM AND WAGES."
Single Admission, $1.00. Reserved Seats, 25 cents extra. Course
Tickets, now, $1.75. Reserved Seats for whole course, 50 cents extra.
Innes, Maclaren, Conwell, and Others Still to Come.
1899 Crescents M STAEBLER'S
$35.00
Crescent Bevel Gear Chain- Cycle Emporium,
less, - - - $60.00
Juveniles, - - - 25.00 119 WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
All fitted with Dunlap Detachable Tires. AN N ARBOR.
f MAYNARD ST. BELL 'PHONE 246.
Granger S ee nder mngeet fMRS. ROSS GRANGER.
n U Beginners' 'Classes-eantlemen, 10a.m., Saturdays; Ladies4p.m .Saturdays
AJadm Intermediate Class-Mondaysaeeinga. Advayced Ctas-Tuesday evenings
i-ieaemtjPragranmne Party Each Saturday Evening.
TICKETS, $5.00. Good 12 weeks from time of starting.
In Close Pacea'o'~t
With the coming and going of the seasons are the fashions
in Shoes. The Styles of yesterday are soon forgotten in the desire for
that of to-morrow. See our windows for the best up-to-date line of
the styles for to-morrow.
FRILVS W0E1STORE, 9 . *Wa*hingtan*t.

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