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February 27, 1899 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1899-02-27

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) dosing the
College year, at
TBE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
1urFa-e: The iland Presse,Henning Btoek.
Btth thene147
MSANsAGIG EDITORt.
F. ENGELHARDa, 'litL.
BSINESS SMANAG.ER.
0. fH. lHANS, 'itL.
EI)ITORtS.
Athletic Editor, T. ft. WeODROe, litL..
P. W. JONaS, 'i9, A. HI. Ms ,DcoGsL, 't1 E.
F. D.lEAMNo,'00: C. H. LeeD, 'ttt,
G.t.HUDcNUTT. '0laE. J.0B. Wocet, '00t.
Theeshubsition peiec of the DIt s1s2'.50 foe
the coe-yeas, with areguolarleliverehsforee
noon outt day. 'Notices, &coounctions, and
other sautter intended foe publicasion coot be
handed in at the DAILY citlee before 8 p as., o
msailed to the editce befoee 3 p, so of she clay
preeviusto that onwhich theyoae eepecedto
Sublscriptions cay be left at the DAILY Ootiee,
Meye's, cr Stoltet's newstand, cerswith Ilusines
Managee. Sulseeibeee will cenfer a faoreby
leotigpomptly cc this offiee any failuee of
carreseto delive aer.
All changes in advertieing smatter ms be in
the tffee by 01p. sn. oss the aay previlous to that
on which they are to appear.
IN CARGE OFTODeAY'S ISSE,
P. W JOINES.
The oitter of a clasosicenmoial is
somethiog svhicih has always troubled
the senior classes of the variouo de.
partscessts of the Usnivtrsity. As
the end of tile colliege yeartapproacihes
it becomsies necessary foir the clasoes
to make somie selectiont for a mnetmo-
rial io order that the collectioncs, suh-
scriptionas, etc., cast be miatle acid the
aecessary arrangemenits perfected.
An yet notiniig definlite has been
done in ally of the depatitnits osver
a moemorial. Too often has the
comimittee neglected tbis maatter until
toss late. Past class history io full of
laentable failures in the omatter of
memollrials. It liehsooves the presenit
comacmittees to bestir tihecmselves anidi
niake snitable reports if the class of
'99 wihes to leave anlytiting behindsl
it to commcemoorate the timse whien itt
members weere students of Michigan.

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
study. Such evidence will itatually
Coist of her college diploma, testi.__________________
sconials as tot superior abilty and $18.00 and $20 00
sigh chsaratcer from its'sprofe ssorls $
aiid otiher qualified judiget, sttitfac- NOBLE'SSUT an OVR AS
Itry evidenace if tlhoroutghily goocdI
hsealith, a statemceint of the work in choose then as you choose;
whiich she proposes to engage sete STAR CLOTHING HOUSE. they ace eon-
quenitly, last, atid of chief impotrasice, I0
work leo the foirms of papers oir article,$11
or accounsts of scientific investigeatiotis
swhichishali has carried out. Prefecree
will be given, other thinigt be ig +f+++f++++++++++++
equal, to graducates of not msore thian l OUR STERtLING QUALITIES+
five years' staodiog." + (IRE OUR SILENT AIDVERTISERS. +
Junior Litierarti Oratorical Contest. ++++++++++++++++++
'flit conitest ltist Saturday wsa by
all odds the best of aiiy of thte co- 0
tests this year. Ini the-simanneer of I
dlieeyotheretwispeesligtifereouie SUITS and OVERCOATS
betwen he wo peakrs ho ookNOBLE'S
lie first sanid secotud placet. F. D. Pich then as you waunt to pich. mno eritthiujc o hyaenw
wahon oftroitas hresSuet" ofAReCLOheyNarenon-
wonuu the contest. 'T. L. iRoinison of bi z
Riavensna, 0., tusk second place withi ,
act oratiossoni Bioroarlt. The jcidges
on composition were Rev. Criieker -
Hion. Satsyer acid Mr. Butts ois de- ___________________________________________
livery, Iligrahatm, Dilloni and Simons. u s I

A University fraternilty initiated a
nesw iiemsber last eveniog, if the fact
of isaulisig around tit a 'baggage
wagon of a young msait cladl in shite,
withi a rope arsound his nueck, wsancy
inudicatio of such aii affair. He swas
acocmpaitied biy several ytlung ocen
iwho seseted to enjoy the prsoceeiiigs.
f lie victism was hoodwitnked, aiid
probably received the impressioii of
hiavig traveled mnsy mie.-Aregmc.
The Michuigani Cesitral ticket office
was robhbed of $72 Frida~y night. N
clot to the perpetrators.
IATHENS THJEATRE
TONIGHT, o

IMPORTEBS ANB MANSUFACTURES OF
CHIEM'ICA L and(PHYS I CAL APP~ARATUS.
MICROSCOPIC FINdDINGS. Henauarters for nil Laobora-
tory Stapplites
112 S. Main Street, Ann Aerosr, Mich.

TRY HOT CHOCOLATE,
Nono tibe it eewhere.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.
The tarl-eet uosooet01of Coodles inchcisy.
made hsorly. oysersssvd inussy style.

," +
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BOYS ! S"TOP !'MI1.~
AT THE"°
K( NLIOII NTHE
DEPLCIN TEL
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS.
Huran St. EaastfF'. and M. Bank.,n ee.Mc

A European Fellowship.
The Baltimiore Association for the
Promtotiona of the University Educa- M n
thounof Wonmen is prepared to offer a oegnfllwhpGfthIIleo
$500 for the year 1899-1000. Pref- 25, 50, 75 cts. anud $1.00.
erence stilt be givenl in the asward of -__________________
this felltshipttoswomnen froms May--
land, or wonien wilt have ideestfied en.'--.
thetioeives stitho educationial interests 1}
in Maryland. Applications trill be 4$
received by any memober of the cow- 4
inittee of award, and shonid be pre. We shoteld ike to matke
settted before March 25. It las been a rranogemenits with one or r
decided to reqsuire from candidatea 4
evidettces of ability aiid fitniess as 11 more active and enterprisiog
specified in the circular of the Asso 4 stdents to represenot SELF-
ciation of Collegiate Aumnnu, as fol- ais
hiws: I CULTURE at tlhe Uoiver- q4j
"The felloshslip trill be awrarded aif , and in Anno Arbor. Ex-
otnly to catodidates whit give promise ~teeytbta ouetet
of distinction in the sobject ttohich treewiltbfereatitement
they devote themiselves. It still be wl eofrdfrtens
the aim of the coimnmittee to appoint three mgontht, aund a little
the candidate wrho is best fitted for iti
tihe position thronght iriginal gifts, ' etergetic effort twill secocre a
previons training, energy, poster of o goodly income.
enduratoce and health. To this ettd Adeswt ulpr
they still receive applications in swrit- t deawihfllpr
ing from eligible ctttdidates, stho trill 1,1 ticulars,
presenlt, as clearly as pisosible, their
claims tos the fellowship. A competi- SELF CULTURE MAGAZINE,
ive examainlato~n till not be held, AKOaHO
but the bestowal of tile fellowtship AKO, HO
wil be based upson evidence of theotil
candidate's ability, atud of her pros-
pect of success in her chosen thus of 4 _A*1

This apace belongs to the Students' Lectulre Associtition.
1899 Crescents MSABE'
$35.00M.SABES
Crescent Bevel Gear Chain- Cycle Emporium,
less, - - - $60.00
Juvensiles,- - - 25.00 119 WEST WASHINGTOR ST.,
All fitted with Dunlap Detacthable Tires,. ANN ARBOR.
GRANGWRS S HOOL OF DANCING.
$5.00 per Teriii of 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lessons by Appointment.- Neil 'Phone 246.
A NEWT THIING
In Patent Leather Shoes for Spring, is the English Flat
Last. We hate thems in Buttons'ando Lace. If you want
to be successful, Elook successful asud wear oiur shoes.
! K IILLSSES TOR~IV. E~ ~I,'As iaArhueanSt

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