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The InlanderAppears Toda-Larger
The number of the Inlander which
appears today, is the largest whicl
has ever been published. The vari-
ous articles are interesting and well
told. They are evidence that both
entertaining stories and good verse
can be found at Michigan.
The more serious articles are "The
England of Shakespeare's Youth" by
Prof. I. N. Demmon and "The
Thinker's Idea of God" by A. H.
Lloyd. The former is an instructive
article written in an engaging style;
the latter though philosophical, is
lucid and not overloaded with irrele-
vant theorisms. There is the second
of the weird and amusing tales of the
series "Chronicles of the Annias
Club," by an unknown author. A.
M. Smith contributes one of his
bright and always welcome little
stories. This last one is entitled
"Tales of Nowhere."
Only two poems appear, but they
are excellent specimens of verse.
While neither of them can be called
a rollicking song of college life, both
are above the average type of college
poetry. "Vox Maligna" by C. Fred
Gauss has that touching sentiment
which is found in all his verses.
"Suggestion" by Thomas M. Mar-
shall is a pleasing little piec3 con-
veying a profound meaning.
The only criticism on the book is
in regard to the typography. Num-
erous small errors due to careless
proof reading, frequently mar the
neat and otherwise attractive pages.
The memorial committee of the
class of '99 will meet in Room 9,
Wednesday afternoon, at 5 o'clock.
The members of the committee are:
C- T. Tryon, C. L. Niles, R. R.
Reiley, H. R. Daniels, Miss W. A.
Hubbell, Miss G. D. Peele, Miss K.
A. H. MCMILLAN, Chairman.
Prof. B. M. Thompson willdeliver
an addrecs on the "Fundamental
Principles of Scial Reform" in con-
nection with the service in Harris
Hall, on Friday at 5 p. m.
Senior Class Meeting.
The senior class will hold a meet.
ing in Rooim C, Friday, at 4:15 p. m.
Lw BD D. VERmi , Jres.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
The first faculty concert of the
second semester will be given in
Frieze Memorial Hall, Thursday
evening, March 2, at 8 o'clock. Mr.
Frederic Abel cellist, of Detroit, will
take part in the program.
Musical Clubs Notice.
There will be a meeting of the
University Glee, Banjo, and Mando-
lin Clubs, in Room 24. University
Hall, tonight, at 7 o'clock sharp.
W. C. BOYNTON, President.
Freshmen and Sophomore Girls.
Important meeting of Freshman
and Sophomore girls, Room C, Uni-
versity Hall, this afternoon (Wednes-
day) at 4.
The trial for the freshman relay
team will take place Thursday,
March 2, at 4:30 p. m. All sprint-
ers are expected to come.
JAMES STRASBURG, Manager.
All candidates for the '99 relay
team report on running track at the
Gym. Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day at 4:15. J. A. BURSLEY.
Next Sunday evening the Young
Pesple's Religious Union of the
Unitarian Church will have charge
of the regular evening service.
Forty per cent of the Freshman
class at Columbia reported for prac-
tice and are in training for the fresh-
man class crew.
The gross receipts taken in for the
year by the Harvard football team
were $48,490. The expenses of the
team amounted to $10,750.
At a recent meeting of the Hous-
ton Club of the U. of P. it was de-
cided to raise the rum of $60,000 for
the erection of a tower in memory of
those members of the university who
took part in the late war.
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