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'THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

L[ of elucational intitution), and I,500 r w.w, . w .. i MV/ W / 'V
ti i 4, L1t~ ill the ladies college. The graduates
Published Daily (Sndaysexcepted) doring the ofl these schools are versed ini three$180 and $20.00
Colleg year.at orfour foreign tongues. 1.0 n
CH NVRYOlle IA , Athenians have not forgotten the NOBLE'S SUITS and OVERCOATS
THE NIVRSIT OFMICHGAN defeat they suffered at the last COiym
OFoco: The linod Preeslenning tBoc. pic gaimes, therefore titers is Sucha Choose them as you choose;
13tiPons17greait activity throughout teintire STAR CLOTHING HOUSE. they are nam-
MANAGING EDITOR. kitogoron in athletics that at the next
F. ENELAec,oo'01 L. nest the Grecian athletes weli give a $ 3 5
BUSINE+'SS MANAGER. better account of thtemoselves thtan
0. 0. OeSc, '50 L. they dli three neaors ago).
EI)ITOS. If you tick for my opinison of Ath-
Athletic Editoe, T. R. WOecuow, no L. ceis I owould call it a hetaven onlearth f f Ii..+.... f f
P. W. JONES,'95, A.. M DcnLL,,'it.iand a dwellitng plaoce of angels who + OUR STERLING QUALITIES +
a.0D.00 ceTT. 'so E. J. n. Wean, '0. tt all bet are very fly. ++f4..f~.441+Fffff
,ftoet to cay that the weather
MO here is clbaroilogly beatifu lit iiyou_____________are_________
apt_____ iitothinik of a bright American : 50
The esubcripioneepeie of the DAcoYis"2a50 foreCay, hot that owould not he a true $IOU
the conle,;,yeroilh a ecoelocodelivoresef'recoinnaricsofoor'aniAthenian ]iglit
noneach lay.. Nootice"..omnaiatos n
other imatteinttened 'f ior poollioabioo must 1behs iiiore glor'y thooan llAiierican SIS n VECASNOBLE' S
hooded in at the A fic elfore z;c , or d a) ole coillever riail. 1 shallS edthe
ma ied to looe edi tooe 30P0IIsOfcitooe m astyno it Pickhthem as you wanO On pith.
Previ tootaion 0)whilich they aretedt totid ni ext uimiier at Consctaniiniiople ilii They ore sow-'
Mo'ee'osioioi.iio.iti o col 0000Wof ih i ,, ' $1 .5 STAR CLOTHING HOUSE.
Maonager. Siolcciloee mill cofer a faorc by al heerycl>
reorinpooptly at oio olioaooy faloore of J. IG. IluAritAN. z

earrersetoodlier oot r
All eloaoogo'eltadtiinyomatoute ntoile i
ihe oficle iby alo. m,.ooilocolay previios oIa ti
l'on ich theyareco' apearooo.
IN CRIof eaTonec'o ItIUE,
F. 1. EANMAN.
A Letter From Greece.
The DAIiLv has received toe fol-
looing lier wochiis pnlib hood be-
cause of the rather ulonuuhl and un-i
expoected subojectosodiscasedl,.IBeidesc
the usuial ecticy' over the beauty of
the Grecian sky, there is ati accouant
of Greciaii bibilousness owhichi maiy
he a swarning to slote of our roadters:
ATvioERs, Feb. 0, 1899.
To the U. of Ml. Daily.
DEA-kit'noi' xs-Loog before this
I wcould hiaive written thiis proimised
letter bail it not boeii for the iiisfoor-
tune that has disableod sy' right ariii
for the last tbreoweeks froi doaiig
aiiy writiiig.
''hre weeks agoo I wcas tbe victimi
of Spoanishiotreaoliery. DOniiiorniing
dresseod in the U. S. IN. uniforim I
was out for a long walk, aiid whlje
crossing a raviiie abouot a mile froii
the city limiits, I ws attacked by
toowell dressed persons woshoo
beeiiftloowiiig inc. During the
strouggle for life I giltlilt by a rock
010 liii right shoulder bltide.
'raki g iie by surporise they diol
soiie very' harod hittinog at ilie start,
hot after a while a smiishier lauded
by [le oni the back ef the leader's
ear madoe the cotest iiiore cecii.
Oii accouiit .f the puniishiiient I
had received at first, I fotiid iiysell
to be a very poor persii to catch the
flecinig eiieiy. 'The assailants swere
Spaniards for they spotke the Sloan
ishi, anid they were tobovell dressed
aud too iiiexperieniced for highiway
robbers. NV fiatever their object
might have been, it resulted in a
comiplete victory tsr Amiirica.
This is the tiiie to visit Athens,
when the natioinal miotto in: 'Eojity
the life to the full," anid out of loy-
alty to this miototo, mny are gettling
abuiidantly full Let not tis prac-
lice seemi obnooxisus toouo, fotr the
Greciaii druokard is not pugnacious',
but very mnocical, going though the
aveniues of Athiens, with a dee-perate
attemopt lie discords all the national
airs of Greece. At iighitswhen oiie
is trying to get a little sleep thoe
An.erican drunkard is iiuch prefer-
able. In order to appreciate miore
folly the beauties of Hellos I left
out that part of the program.
This year there are 2,U00 studenots
in the University of Athens (a cs-

"Soph." Oratorical Contest.
Dii Tueisdlay eveilog the prelimi-.
oai' orlatorical conitest of the soopobo-
ololre literary clasowas held aiid re-
suted iii (ilia..Vanu eireii beitng
e'lioseii as repreecitative of this chase
ito the isni atliniversity debate. The
contest beteeii this toomiinisof
highest raiikswas exceedingly close,
the sciiimilo aiks beinig thisoasis, but
i thi sumili ot grades Van Keuireni
hatd 495 holilts out of a jIoosibls 600
agaiost Mlottosill's 49 2 -2. This
formoer spioke sii 'Theodoore lRoose-
velt,"' this latter on "Aiieric'an Citi-
zeship~.'' Thisjoidges ontihtooighit
aiid coonohosiiiooiiwere Mlessrs. Braod-
shiawc, Stivers aiid Latitner, oole-
livery Messrs. Strauss, Croooker anio
Wi~traoid. 'The coutestants, nameol
ini order of their fioual raiik, wsrg
('los. Vani Keureno, P. W. Mother-
sill, V. ID. Wells, M. V. Bickel, H1.
A. WestonD, Miss Getievieve ID. 0'-
Niel, J. McArthiur failed to qualify.
Freshman, Attentioni
Comuolsory gyiiinasiumn work comb
imeioee~t loday of this oceek. Th'le
roll 'has beeiitaken every day aciio
all abseiicesoct11 have to be iiade lil.
Aonyohio have not registered for the
seconio semester must do so at ooico',
atid floor niombers ocill he assignied
to them. The banger this delay, fhi
larger oct11 be this number of ah-
senses to make good.
Graham Taylor Sunday.
Prof. Graham Taylor, of Chicago
University oill delis-er his annoual
oaddress befere this students of eMichi
gun niext Sunday moriig at New-
berry halt at 9:15. Mr. Taylor lia
been connilected for a long timie owitho
this famous social settlements of
Chicago and oct11 speak concrning
that work.
ATHENS THEATRE,
ATTRACTIONS
Saturday, Feb. 25,
My Friend From India..
Monday, Feb. 27,
IIn Gayest Manhattan.
Tuesday, Feb. 28,
Uncle Tom's Cabin

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