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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College yea, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Orris: The Inland Press, Henning Block.
Both Phones 147
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
O. H. HAks, '00 L.
EDITORS.
Athletic Editor, T. B. Woonnow,'00 L.
P. W. JoNEs, '99, A. H. MDoUGALL, '01 E,
F. D. EAxAN, '01 L. C. H. LUND, '00 M,
G. D. HUDUTT, '01lE.
The subscription price of the DAILY Is $2.50 for
heocellogayear, with a regular deiveey before
non ach day. Notices, counioacaion,and
other matter intended for publication must be
handed in at the DAILY otbc before 8 p. m. or
mailed to the editor before 3 p. m. of the ay
previous to that on which they re expected to
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Manager. Suscriber will confer a favor by
reporting promptly at this office any failure of
carrer to deiver paper. matter moot be in
All changes in advertsingmatrusbei
the officeby 4rp.m.olbsday previous to that
on which they are to appear.
IN CHARGE Or TAaSIssu,
A. H. MCDOUGALL.
The athleticamanagement has now
provided a coach for the freshmen
football men. Probably never before
have such careful and extensive
plans been made for freshmen. We
did have an all freshmen team two
years ago but the experiment does
not seem to have been a success, and
was discontinued last year. The
situation now is considerably differ-
ent. A good coach has been secured
who can take new men in hand and
give them proper training for a sea-
son. Out of this some good 'Varsity
material for another year should he
developed. Michigan's weakness in
some years has been due to a lack of
this very work with freshmen. Oc-
casionally we have had an unusually
good team for one season, because a
number of men on it had played to.
gether for two or three years and
developed good play. Then possibly
the next year a considerable part of
these players would not return to
college and a poor team would be the
result. But with the careful train-
ing a number of raw men every year
for the whole season, a constant
stock of good material is provided
from which to draw, to fill up the
vacancies in the ranks of the 'Var-
sity players. What is needed now
is men for the coach to work on, and
plenty of them.
It has been widely rumored that
Detroit will introduce a bill in the
coming legislature instituting a
school of art in that city and author-
izing the removal of the Lewis and
Randolph Rogers collections from
the University Art Gallery to be
placed in this new school. Should
this be done the long-looked-for but
much-feared first step towards the
dismemberment of the University
will be taken. Before this, attempts
have been made to remove depart-
ments of the University to Detroit
hut have been effectively suppressed.
However it is feared that the same
fortune will not attend us always and
once the plan carried out there may
be no end of like bills introduced
into the legislature. The art col-
lections mentioned are most valu-
able and without them our gal-
lery would be bare indeed. Every
person interested in the welfare of
our University should use his infla-
ence, great or small, for the opposing
of any such bill.

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Why a Japanese Student is Here.
[Contnued From Page 1.]
My father is one of the Imperial
secretaries of the government, and,
after graduated, I shall go to New
York and get some practical engi-
neering in actual mechanics and go
to Paris for the World's Exposition
in 1900.
"Through my father and the
Emperor, I hope to secure an ap-
pointment as one of the directors of
the Japanese exhibit there."
"Matsy" has not heen home since
he entered college three years ago,
and does not intend to see his native
country again till after the Paris
exposition when he intends re-
turning to Japan to become an engi-
neer."
MEDICAL NOTES.
G. B. Lowrie, '00 medic, has gone
to Detroit School of Medicine.
Dr. A. E. Gale, of last year's
senior class has been appointed on
the staff of internal medicine.
A. B. Kirk, L. A. Moore, L. A.
Redner, '00 medics, are attending
Rush Medical School, Chicago.
A class-room for the demonstration
course in opthamology has been
fitted up on the lower floor of the
University Hospital.
Dr. Martin, who has been absent
on leave of absence for a year has
returned and is conducting the clin-
ics is gynaecology.
Dr. George B. Wallace of Dr.
Cushney's staff will deliver a course
of lectures during the year on Phar-
macology before the seniors in phar-
macology.
Dr. Warthin, who has been in Eu-
rope during the summer, is expected
to return today. Owing to Dr. War-
thin's absence the junior section in
practical pathology will not com-
mence until Monday.
The following special lectures will
be given during the coming year be-
fore the Medical Department. Blood,
Dr. Dock; New Facts in Regard to
the Mammalion Heart, Dr. Cushney;
Military Surgery, Dr. Nancrede;
Yellow Fever, Dr. Novy.
Dr. George Dock returned to Ann
Arbor this week and met the senior
medical class for the first time Tues-
day afternoon. Dr. Dock has been
doing expert work in blood examina-
tion during the past summer on the
hospital corps at the different army
camps.
The assistant demonstrators of
anatomy for the present year will be
Norton D. Coons, M. D., Harold M.
Doolittle and Lawrence N. Upjohn.
AthcnS Theatre...
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OCTOBER 8.
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MAYO an'Puddahead."
Firyt sixrv, parquet ...Ss
Balance parquet ..... .00~
Parqet circle ............5
tGalley.................. 5and b0o
Sale of seats opens Wednesday at 9 a. m. at
wahr's bookstore, Main t., ad Sheehan's book
gore, Sate a.
A Confectionery Store
FULL OF SWEET MEATS.
Speiatiee-sprsne Cream Caramel, Pop
Corn Balls, Buttered Corn, Fresh Peante in
different form Bt Coffee aud Luches. Sft
Drinks, Chocolate Ssd being a favorite. Cigars,
esc., at
W. S. PA RKERS.315S. State St.

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CAMPUS DRUG STORE.... ON THE CORNER
NEW STORE ... NEW STOCK
M In fact, everything new but the people-they have simply
changed location.
.... JAS. J. QUARRY.

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