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February 21, 1899 - Image 2

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
FFeea The inland Press,.Heaaing Blatk.
Bo l aba-147
111 AN 15210(4EITORt.
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thte larger unoiversity. Undaer the
dual, meet system a Michigoan, Clii-
cagot, Illiosota ar Wisconasint 0a001may
wiot lis evenot in every oeo f the
ceotests witla the tother thrtee large
unoiversitiest, antd still hoove his title tat
the Weternt champliontshtiitdisputed
lay a itin ottosioall college witha
ato tao ht ecannotat omete. Litter
lie Iotlercotllegiate systemo, of course
socht a qutestato canoat arise fotr the
result of the whotle oteet definitely
deterinoes which colilege hotlds the
cltitttoshiip aond each race settler
bteytonddaispuate the itadividuaal clatimas.
lot a duial mieet tite etntries totust
necesearily be fetter toothcaoseauetat-
ly the raoces lees excitinag tihaotinia
mteet welere italtozen otalegestre rup-
rcesented. lFraom the staoit oft a
comitpetioon sohitch nobodttty doubts he
the primatiry reason oter the exislttnce
If athletics, the old systemi is coo-
dloltedlly the better. If the oldl
aIntercollegiate mat~kes better aind
taoe excoitingchalet, wciy toot let the
aid systeon retoaion.
Butt it see tt ous that the best
aid moot cosimopolitanareasontaflatethe
exisletee tf the Itercollegiate is the
need whlicih the stmtall colleges bhave
foer it. Te laege unicersitiesithoatul
lie the lceaers iii the unaiversal build-
itig upIatlotetics. They tre toot 11cr-
suinig to broad mtiotdicd policy wsient
they selfishly excludae the smalloiicll.

Microscopical Su,)pues THE
Dissecting Instruments. ;: NNARBOR
Eoorythinegeononeed for Labora-
tory work intersl fBinders, .

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Last year because cerltintotetter- leges fronit their gatmoes. If ai few prices from $15 Uip.
of thte Wisciosini track tootmsere(,idefects iniaaministratiaon are the onlhy
acqcuittedl (f te ciharges of hroaaese- compthlas aginist it, better attemtpt . -
hoattlloe, Michtigan , Chicttgo, andthoa remtethy these thtato sipte ot thte c _"/,
Illinoais withdicrete frothte Weslo-rot old baody.
InttercolleogiattaeAssociatito. Fair tis ehesna fies s
act thte seceedlers swere expaelled (if suocha Best
a caorse wit as pssible) by the cathieges rctyoiltit u efioio
remaitoning5 itothe associatioin, w Lteray ceytt' fhas'o~Bet .( 6 -i
soo repe tof this actiaon. 'Pi fiacers wsecu in-ttalled: A. E. 13'yoon - the
fahh the ctascs of tbe rutulre havitng toothpesiteit; S. Sanoger, vice-aresi- :--~-e- o
left thte Vest, the three catiheges acot; vJ-'titEl-reatr lag ece- .
wsere ivited to returto into the otl aty .J eco ioica eceay _ .
agreetetit.i. Day, treasurer; H. Rydalcht,
As yet Mlichigan has not doneeso critic; IR, M. Dye, sergen tait. OLDs e he esds edOtseWabe auatCslg
_______It conasnseerly 3te portraits ofartiiststand collegians, besides giving tsome aon
adas thoc track season approtochoes, ITe indihviduoal cabtinet photographis- \ ofatshe caosructon of Washbarn instruets antd a comppeseelitt of ott prices.
the q~uestion wsitho shoota we are gointg of all senortecht-ss officers of thou TOrt bFirsd-clssts stcaes thewrdoeaelWsbrs risrmnsmyb
to cootpete, bucomtes quite pertinoent.-altbtdepreootothsmftthuUtoivrsit
If swe do tot hparticiptate ini thou Ioter- shouhd be iii the htandastaf the oatag- LYON & HEA L Y, CHICAGO.
colhegiate a series of chual meets oill leg editor of the Miu/igancatiate iot
have to be artonged. It is ruoaread later thiaoo March 1. Tate grouop pho-
that thtis is the intention of M\ichiigan oligroaits aof thou varioustacolhege 0ogait-
ad of hile othoer Itorger Westerno tuti- izatioes, wli citare ho appuear int hue riis nti a hywl e nuls l etkna nead Students' Le
saved fromtothe ouylanoce taf theIbe lhandedtainhootterott'thanooia bove ~IO UaULU
sooaller catlluges swhtosever senda very date. ITe inodividul onames atid
mnty or very gaoch athletes t(o the records of coil Seonior Lits, Loossantd
trackcmeaet, htbut o hatve a vaice otin Engieers shaold also be filedthtl
the adooioistrtoo of the asocia~tidon toeHua.oc U S
equal tao that oaf the untiversities twhotiSmoithi sill recieve those taf thee hatws,
scnd large teamos. Thtough flits otay Me. Mallanoo these taf the oitad
be a griesvonce it dates not seetot to too Mer. McKee those otf the entginteers. UNIVERSITY HALL. FEBRUARY 24, 1899.
to wvarranth the dlestructon of the sys- JAhs. BatDtIiN, Mana~igin~g Etditor.
hern anid thte staartig of floe dualh 1020 S. Utiversity. Adrsos 0Cns
meet phao.
Thoere are manouy reassons agaitoiWth ieBleisadDo
the cltatoge. The first restlt still beWthheBltisadDIY
ho divide floe Wesernt collages ino. ATHiENS THEATRE,
two alasses as thtey onotwate ito lase- Wednesday, Feb. 22.
ball tad orte sto itofootball. We _1899______Cr______c___nts_
must consider toot aonly aourseves, but I,
hhe effect such a cl aossiicattio n i ll J .H . I 1 A V E R L Y 9'js 1 8 9 9.Cr e s c e n ts-M A E L ERha eo u m l e egSb or.cni~ ery
byav esightswe ehoi otote g n-ooINdeRedS. lets, - - - $60.00
by s i se ae ttruiog oetho gto. IVINSTR LS. Icveotlecs, - - - 25.00 119 WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
soolr asool goo f al. fics n otoatelt ATNET2:,
erall gpitidofna It is untffar tjAll fittcd awit Dunlap Detachaubls Threa.ANN ARBOR.
thte somaler colleges for iftswill cooto- Perice, i~e, Obaid te. GR ANGER'S S COO" L OF DAN ING."
pel a gaoal atilete htigao tsoe large"
university iin order tofinlod caoloueti. EVENING: 25c, 50c, 7ceandYsi. $5.0 per Ternstof 12 Weseks.
tion. If hoe goes to a stmall college PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
hoe will oever have a chance to beet The Mutual Life InS. Co., Peivate Lessons hy Appointment. Bell 'Phone 246.
the best mteto of thte West, buftstill 0.00Nuw Yook. Sioeaotcu eet a
have to comcouete swih hue muediocre Assets i orfao t e an udt
athtletes foundchin the sthe sonall Col- Garsate agevid-p Insunce Cabhand youtat. tetto
leges. Loovus and ndeaIsyrnc tay 11$stAt. StaTE
g te opn.This will not he a lots to him alote Agents '[wanted. 11 S. MAIN ST.
but will d' ecthy affect the athlete in Address, D. A. PItdaSUN.JlDist. St.hBeull Phoue ;satei94.

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