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February 15, 1899 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

~i .. U, of M. Turns Out Better Teachers
s 1Vb Than The Normal.
Published Daily (Sundtaysexecepted) during the The recent Detroit educational bill
Cottege year. at in specifyttng the qualificationt: 4 the
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, applcants for positions as superttt_
)Fr~a 'heiatadPn.a Ieaae"iteaa. tendent, (itrectors, attd prieteipals
Btoth Phones(47 ders'nanis a gradtttte(of the Nortual
MANAGING EDITOR. ttave eight years experience in teacit-
F. ENaELHAaD, 101 L. ing whle tite University gradttate
a3UttaNESS MANAGER. (teed have tnly six.
v. IL. (Iee, 00 L. As att ex-superitttendenit of schools
EITORtS. states it 'The Normnal is an excellent
Athtetie Editor, T. It. Weenasac,'0 L. ittstittttiott as far as it goes, hut its
P. W. JOaEa, '99, A. 11. McDeeca a, 'e E. cors of stutdy cannot of necessity
F. D. EAM a, '0, . 1. Luva, 'SM, broaden onis as does a Utniversity

0. 0. Hietacte. '01E.J.. cc.OseD, '00. 1

The ashubscripatio rie atthe DALY ise2.5t fee
he cattoge year, wittttareaguaradelivary tbeore
eonaeth day. Notices, cnnuuna icattoas,ad
ottaer mattereitened frteebtcatieoan mttbe
handed ia at the DAnLY attice befoaea8 p a.,or
matted ta the tdiltobee 3 pCn. of thttt',ay
previoustothatnhch atthey areextectedito
ubscritetions meay be tett at tihe DAter atfiee,
Meye', or Stofttet's aeaetatet, oe with Iteeleece:
Manaager. Subscritberstwilt oeaavoraa ty'
reitortiag potlay at this oftice anay tailure at
carers ta detiver tatper.
Attechanges ia advertieiag amattermtein
the ofe ebyattp. n. aa the day previous to that
oa which they are toappt~ear.
FARMERS' INSTITUTE.
Held at the Unicersittibbu Invitation
oft the Regents.
The Washtettaw Coty Farttters'
Institute CwilIte iteld itt Newberry
Hall tettay antd tottorrowt. The tteet-
intg is hteld its Anti Arhttr at thte
intvitation of the Regents of thte Utti-
versity. Six sehsionts will he held,
the first tharee today and thte last
tharee tocmorroaw. 'r'ite follsowintg is
thte program.
WEDNESDAY.
SEcCTION I. 9:30-Suar Beets-
Prof. Clitttont D. Setitthtof Atd A. C.,
anti Dr. P. C. Freer, U. of M.
SaC. II. 1:30-Dairy Tspics-
C. P. Gootdricht, Fortt Atkinson, Wis.,
and Dr. \5yttterttatt, M. A. C.
SEC. III. t :30-Pt'sgreso and Edta-
catistt-Prof. J. L. Sttyder, M. A. C.
Haw ts be Happysoante Farme-Mrs.
Ella A. Rockwvood, of Flintt.
THnRSDcAY.
Sat.. IV'. 9 :30-ltie/tigan Schtools
and Hsw toIsmsprove Thtett-Prof. B.
A. Hintsdale atta Miss J. A. Kittg of
thce Normal. Ties IlhilippieeJslands
Prof. J. B. Steere.
SaC. V. 1 :30-Farti Craps--
Prof. Smtith. Btusiness Part of 1"armt-
ing. Social Taxratio. Prof. H. C.
Adatns, IU. of M.
SaC. VI. Evettittg. Addresses by
Dr. R. C. Bootte of tite Normnal and
Prof. It. 1A. Wentley.
A XWomena's Sectisot sill he held
eachc afternooanina charge of Miss
Jentnie Buell. These mneetittgs are
open to the public.
Reception to Bryian.
Some of the citizents of Antt Arbor
are mtaking eiltttrate preparatitons
for a mamamtotht receptiont toCol. NV. J.
Bryan, at the Court Hoose, next
Saturday. It is exiaected he will he
entertained for diniter by Walter C.
Mack and for sutpper by Prof. Trtue-
blosd. Tue Court Hause will be up-
propriately decorated and a good
band engaged for the occasiont.
Large delegations are expected front
all parts of this county aatd neigh-
boring cities. Trie Ann Arbor Rail-
road has anniotced a special excur-
siou rate for this day. A large re-
ception cottcmittee of Ann Arbor's
representative aaen has been apapoint..
ed and the comnmittee in charge
promises to make the occasion a
memorable one.

returee.
Sittce the introductiotn of the
tern yetars' pedagogical cotirse intthie
University, cotnditionts titers have
atiaterially changed, anttionte wit stt
takenth il cotase int ceannectiena wetl
htis (thter work seetts a more accept-
able candidate."
All Freshmen Sueaters.
eTe fttllttwintgmteti are enititled to
wesar thte stwe'aters ttf thte All-Fresh-
mten teatti Emerstti, Gardencer, Ira-
zier, Leiphesimier, Worden, ''urner,
Chtilds, White, Brooks, Spoffarti,
Hetover, Hesrstett, Scotten, atid Stev-
etts. 'Te Athletic Associationi is at
present atot in ecnditiona to buy thtese
sweaters attd thte men will probably
cave to pay for titeir own, wit
sttch assistance as thte classes maay
give. 'te sweaters are to be bias
witit thte class figures itt yelloaw. Ait
sffort will he emade to hadve the fresht-
ocent classes, intthic variouts depart-
tttents to whiich tite players belontg,
proovide the caps.
Stearns Collection Being Put in
Place.
After an interval of two weeks,
tite stork on te Stearnts ntusical ctl-
lectiont is again being putshed forward.
Mr. Ptautl Aorstroea of thte Detroit
Art Mtseaatat has chtarge of the stork
ad was compelled to leave tttwn for
tat eseks. XWitht his retuirta the ar-
raugetnentt of the exhibit is being.
pressed with all itaste andaltics collec-
tion still iin all proabuility soon be'
opetn to public exhibition.
A frozen water pipe ceticected with
thte ratage at tics Delta U. House ex-
ploded yesterday mtorninig from tics
team formced wenet the fire was
ligitted, doing coacsiderable damage.
Thte tot coals fromtnhic stove set the
kitcentoan firs, antd tics fire depart.
taenct was called, quickly puttintgot
te fire. Tics damage is estimated at

$18.00 and $20.00
NOBLE'S SUITS and OVERCOATS
STAR LOTHNG HUSE. Choose them as youachoose;
STARCLOHIN HOSE. they are now-
OUR TERING$13.50J
OUP,______ STERLING_________QUALITIES +
+ ARE OUR SILENT f-IDVERTISERS.+
+++++++++4+++++++++++.++**++-++++
S$15.00I
SUITS and OVERCOATS NOBLE'S
Pith them as youaanilaoppeck.
They are na-STRHUE
IMPRuTERS ANDtaMANUFaACTERcuS OF
CHEMICAL and PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
MICOSCOPIC FINDINGS. Hleadquiarters for all Labora-
tory Supplies
li2 S. Matn Street, Ama Arena, Etch.

TRY HOT CHOCOLATE,
Name lthe it elsewahere.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.
The (urgent a-sotetofata ndies in the city,
amade hanrty. oysterasnserved inany style

4V

BOYS ! ATESTOP!a'MILL~ARD
KIDRATTHSTH
PRIN TR
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS.
Huaron St.IEaast F. and M. Bask.AaAhuMn

$200.
Go and get a skate on at tlae Ann
Arbor skatiicg park. It is fine.
I ATHENS THEATRE,
Friday, Feb. 17,
Daid Itelaco's aGreat Intenationat
huccesthej
Heart of Maryland
Uderatheesaldaretonaofthte
athorpresentdhby
David Belasco's Comanya,
Wth the Orginalt ScenandAn-
The Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
O New York.
Assetu $277,516,325.36.
Gearar.teea (cager Paid-tip Isacer, ash and
Loan Vataesad Exteaded Iasuraace thananay
ether coiapaay.
AgetaWanted.
Address, D. A. PIERSON, Dial. Supt.,
485 2d ave., Deti, Etch,

Ticis space belsngs to tics Students' Lecture Association.
1899 Crescents MSABEM
$35.00M.S A B E S
Cresceict Bevel Gear Chain- CycleEmoum
less, - - -. $60.00Emoi,
Juvenciles, - -- 25.00 119 WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
Alt Satted with Danlap Detachable Tires. A NN ARBOR.
GRANGER'S UNH00J OF DANCING.e
$5.00 per Terma of 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lesons by Appointment. Bali 'Phone 246.
A NEW THING
Ia Patent Leatihst Shesstor Spring, is the English Fiat
Last. We have themn in Buttotn and Lace. If you. want
to he successful, look successful and wear our shoes.
1JA 19 1 W, A H E T R , A shirbngian St.
An1rbr

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