THE UNIVE"RSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
o " ;" C~ . e Storsj bia a U. ol M. Man.
W of~ . n~. Mr. Geo. Horton, a University of
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during ties Michigani graduate, is tite athior olf
College year, at a story entitled "A Fair Brigand,''
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. now rulnning in tlie Chiicago Times-
')FFeucE: The iland Presst, Heonaing Block. Herald, Suniday eiiition. Thie pub-'Bt.hns17lseswit r tflt hi gn
ihere as followcs:
MANAGING EICTOR. 1t coinnectin with the inclosed
F. ENoaEcuAato 0 L. circtilar wo thought it Bight be of
BU INES5MANAGER. itterest to yco ttokiiow that Mr. Geo.
0,ii I 'o,00kL. Hortoni, the autttitr of ''The Fair
AtltcEditor, T. B. ow, T. . L. ll~w rigatnd," is a graduate of Attn Ar-
P. W. JOES, '99, A. I.M toOIooLsL.i E bor. Douibtlessimaiiy people iii Aiin
F. 0. Ecusas,'lilt C. H. Leoc, oo to, Arbtor will reiiimiber Ititm. Mr.
0.0D. HBceoees 10 E. J. B. WOOD, 'tO. Hfortoit has uiitil receiitly beeit
Uioited tlaites cosul at Athens,
Greece, where the material for the
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Io CHARGEaor TOoDAc'S ISSE,
J. n. WcOOn.
oTO REVIVE WI-lIST.
Whist Club Meeting Thursdaij For
A meeting of the U. of M. Whiist
Glob will be held in the Masoitic
Club rooms Thursday eveing, whten
the fate of the organization will, it is
expected, be determinsed. At nit time
this year itas the club eitjiyed the
vigorous existence of its first season,
owing to the apathy of old iteimbere
and the comparative scarcity of slew
mfaterial. T.lhe hotpe ot tite leading
spirits at the tine the club was
organized that it woulnd almost itmtme-
diately becomoe a reitresentative stu-
deitt affair, has slot, as yet, beest
realized, chiefly, it seemls, because
the isitereat ini the gamse wxhiclo it wcas
supposed existed was spassoodic
raiher titan substantial.
At presenst thseclub is ftully eqosipped
for the puirpose for which it wcas
orgastized asnd one mtore effort wciii
he made to isifuse soufficientt life into
it to make constissuance seem dlesir-
able. It is proptosed to practically
re-organlize, if sufficient intereot oil
the part of neon mess is manifested.
The purpose of Thursday tiight's
meetisig is to determitte fully atnt
fintally what shtall be dotne. All stus-
dents-in the University interested iii
effecting an organsizatiton 055 lites
simiilar to those of Yale, Harvard,
Prinscetoss, Chicago asid other soiccess-
ful uniiversity whtist clubs, asid will-
ing to back their isiterest by an ex-
pensditure of money-a ridictulously
small amonst comopared with the
ends to be attained, but somewht
greater than has been exacted of
members of the old cish-are in-
vited to be present. It is protbable,
though the matter has not been sub-
mitted to a vote, that the msesubers
of the old club will go in on an equaol
footing with new nuen to secuire a re-
organization asnd that the sold officero
will voluntarily retire in favor of
such new mess as may he selected.
The cs-operation of all whsist players
in the University is invited, on the
basis of an equal voice las the rehab-
ilitation of whist as a student interest,
the members of the club as at presesst
constituted, reserving only the right
to determine the disposition of its
own present interests. The meeting
will begin at 7;45 sharp.
The Notre Dame Baseball Game.
Not tuuclt recetnt progress has been
etade in secuirisng gatmes. One owitht
Noitre Dame, to be played iii Ansi
Arbtor on Josie 10, is the ostly WVest-
ern game whiich is at all certaist. At
presesit this gamse, with the Toledo
League series asid thte Eastern galieo,
snakes up the schedule for next sea-
A moonkey skisn filled with Socot-
ruse aloes has been atdted to tile
Meseuimo of Ptarinacogitosy of tile
University. Thtis is the origistal
package as it was sent from Alt-lea.
[lie exhibit canse from Moth Bros.
&T Co., Baltitmore.
Ctttrse 6 A-Entglish Literature
'romtilttonito lWtrdsoworth iliiimeet
is RIootm 4, 'Tappan Hail, at the
Louts A. STR.AUSS.
Ladies of the Unilversity of Michti-
gain, jinssclasses at Mirs. Ross
Granger's Schtool of Dattcing. $3
fromt Saturday until the season closes,
MN1ay 1. _____ __
All cantdidates for the baseball
team are requested to reiport at lie
Gyta daily from 1 to 4.
E. LUNE, Capt.
Yale wiii send relay teams to the
Pensisylvanila meet this year. Last
year Yale refused to esiter in the
tmeet asid ontly Penntsylvantia, Chi-
cagot and Michigan wcere in the relay
I ATHENS THEATRE,
Friday, Feb. 17,
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With the (Origtnal Scnes andAc-
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Of New York.
Guarantees largee Paid-upIns-ueance,Cash and
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Microscopical supies THE
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Everything Yostnsed tor Lateoeh.g
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Prices from $15 Up. ,'
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First-cassu music dealers the world overrnets Washbarsu, oe instraments may he
ubtained from the makers
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