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Published Daily (Sundays eceped) durig the'
College yeue. at
THE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN.
'5 so': ' The tleisd Pesscecning Block
Bott Phoe 147
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENGELuAD, '01 L.
IILIIN1IS MANAGER.
0,I. II Ans, '00 L.
EDITORS.
Athletic Edito, T. It. st'on, '00 L.
P. W. JONES, 'l9, A.I.MiDOccntLt, 'OE.
F.D. EIcNo'0 C..I eets.'OOM,
G. D.ItoeeUTT 'Ol. J. B. NWe, '(0.
The sbcktttettric cco the DItYisc-.0 oe
the cleg" yewth aoreciar deliey eoee
noch Iy.Notcescomunicutios', otnd
other ot te inotededcifoe otlicoio uttbI e
huunded itt atiee DlIterficebefieoec 8 p I
saled to the eiteoe 3tcpIIm. ofcthe clot
peeioue to cht onhich they e expected Io
.atticcittioe maytce lcetc at te DtLY etiec,
Meccees, tr tflets ctoe'torl.tetit i ttete
ltetttttltly athIlis ciice otyfiluteeci
cusiest to delieper
All chaneseeit adertiitg mottetlmutseein
the otce 4p. ttk. 00nteday pecviuseto Ihat
n which the aeeltolecr.
JITNIS B. WeOD,
TPhcDAILY is pieaseitoI)puoblisi
te cotmmcuntie'atito hchliap peati'ne
thiasoisue. \Welae gtitflet ialt
interest itt ost'itier-ctllegiae rla
tiotis has bee1a0 ae1 dandlc e hc paitti
te sbjec'tkcwifavorits01 ewith tiri
viecw. 'Thle DAILYx is ittiparial, bittl
a0stwe mutictthave soive plicy owe citt
continuce to advocat thteoiiiittero
legiateasiatiklo. It'we ce in ilthe
wrog, teiy we be covicd.
Mr. Lel-toy isndllerstantds 00 ill
sayisg that te trgue tki ou'dr
athletes ocghtkto metiit agood ttistny
ottiers for te ptrpose Of gettig
comptitlio.' We caimt tiithic
oghtkto tteet otter godakhleteks
not neceariy a good iasy att-
letes. We refer to tte qctoi-
ty sot te qantitiy. It it o sre
probabtetat te attiete wilttteekia
goto an its evey ace iss te ister-
culegiatetsa itsacuatstiet. Very
few coteges ha~ve reached ta stage
of develottent cwhere tey tave i
trsk-cass 111111 in every evei. A
good ilustraiott of this toste Ilii-
coiseek of took year. Te festwhoii
akeded tiaktet wilt rettettiter
thta very fete of te evets were
cosey co;,Rested. Its fait, of te
track eents, Micianl wntisvn
with tardly at cotest. If several
coeges hoad been iss khe meet, tiere
wold have been its eacs event
enougitetries to snke it impossibe
to pick te wiatner befre te race.
Manual Training Association.
The Manusa t'raitisg Assocition
meets tis eveing lt 8 o clock in the
Ciristiats Church. Dr. Lares
Consnors of Dtrooit, wcho is to address
the oeeitgon55Milul raetinig ill
te Poblic Scools," oct11 be eter
taitted by Dr. Mry WoodAllens
while inthie city.
Dititgosised gests from Detreit,
Muskegonsasd Ysilanti cwiii ake
part its programn, amiog tose are
tise tsayor of Detroit, tkesuoperns.
tendesik of public scsools, ad Dr.
Leartos Connor tf Detroit, Principoal
of Hackley Mausal Traisisg Scool,
Mskego, and Dr. Richard Boote
of te Michigans Stae Norssal, whot
has just retarsed fritts an extended
trip stusdyisg idstril scools. At
the close of kte program kise forma

THE UNIVERSITY OF MlICHIGAN DAILY.

organiation electioon of officers, etc.,
wiii 10110 place. Te object of 1110
sssociation is to awakleo geteral in-
teesk ittmasial 11triig witit toview
to britgitg the mtatter teotie School
looards. All are criallly wecomoe
1110 1n0 adis tts(ofee is charged. Te
third oieetig ciiibe ihelldcritg
tile Sclsoool M\asers Cicub.
Chicago Track Team.
Chiocetgo expects ts have a wititg
trlck tc'ttm this sprig. We pcrintl
tile follooitgelipjpigs frootm the U of
C. lVeely, as they bear 0110011te
citljeck t llmay be of itierest to 111011
ct liIciigat.
-It to siothtiot Iogg, tie cracc
cistatce rionnter ot Looes ltnsti tte,
oct11 etier thle'vritiy tisnsprng.
lie woutl ib aowecoe aiition to
le track temo. Sold le eter,
1110 'varity octtlae the fasteks
bucofottlof ile rnnrstll nthe
coo t I tr.
'Herscioterger has regaied Iris lt
tsts' iniskltrlis at ilc11tosto
McLean, of Miciga, weothey
"WVork oct11 begit s ooonotdevelo
iog a relay teats foot the Penslylva
ita races. All f lstkyears caoi
pihp e am 115 itt '0011010, lut
Burr'ogill out totry foot'the' tea.
Pair, Whitie aod Mootty octl ooiako'
it itseretiog fort'all coodiaes woo
aspire to teit' postions."
'MoIsotoy tas the star peroreee
'oot Ciieogo its teintdoooor sek sit
11he first IRcgimet,owinitg firt
place inthte gqotre, seco ntio hllki
300 yarol dassit 1n11 rotnig a beacti
fclst askqtrter its the relay eat.
Presiodent Agell oct11 speak at t:
eootlod-up of the farners' itiotiute at
Ponttiac o01 2tarci 3,0011 'Fasrinitg in
OrienttlsCocntrio'.'
IATHENS THEATRE
I TONIGHT,
Uncle Tom's
25, 5, ts ndsI $100.
We sold like to moke4
as
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8 o tremely libel idcemsent
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3 thrtee mon0thsl, oond a little e40
Senergetic effort will .ecereaN
4 goodly iucome.
' Address with fall par- 4
8 tiulars, a8
I 44
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t AKRON, OHIO.
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