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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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highest degree. He has made seven
1~ O .., X') C& . tours of 10 weeks each in the East
Published Daily (Sndays excepted)i dueing the and woke the the people op every-
College yeae, at where with such lively musslc as they
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, were free to confess they had never
'tp~Eet: The iland PFeces.,IHenning Bioch.
Bth Phoses 147.
The Teaching of Historlg.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. EttesLssutt, '0 L. Ott Wednesday afternoon Prof. A.
BUSuINESS MANAGER. C. McLautghlins gave an address in
(. 1t. ttANS, 'I L. Tappatn Hall ossII'Tihe Teaching of
EDITORS. History its Secondary Schools." He
Athletic Editoe, T. R. wetestew' Es L. coissidered the presenit condition and
P. W. JOES,'I9, A. a. Mouseess, 'It E. preseitt tenidesncy of history teacintg.
F. D. EAMAN, '05. C. H. Lese, '05 M, His lecttsre swas largely hasesd on the
G. D. HvNtttsas.'ot i. J. B. west, 'It. , repoirt of a conmtmittee of the Nationsal_
aHistorical Associatiost, of swhichi le is
a miecmher. History has heeti givenst
too little imiportantce its the secostdiary
The subeceription prieof0 the DAsILY , ist50tee schoiols. Besisles its slisplisiary value
th oeee arwth d ay. tegularC delivery heteee history is the stutdy of itost practical
nonec a.Netices, temeenicstioens, ted
othetrseettereineeded tee publictieonsest he Value to the citizest of a dentocraticI
haned dit at the DIYoffsc eefet8 5p. sm., o sir h he dsinii it
tesilestoitthe editer efrele3Ip. se, et the dsay Gulr.Tecifdfln s1
preeviesctisthatonewiich thep ae exepected to to stake history swork consecutive tot
Subyceipcionssmaytet'efts teswth BeLYsficec sisify cosirses. Foist'years of his-
EMee.s, o oehet' e wil t r eth uessbytorical ttidy tre recottmiesided as
repertistg prosspsly at this sffct tsp failueeof follows: First year frsstm earliest
carriecs te delisee papse.
Alt changes isadertising smatter test se is tulnes to Clssrletitsyse 801) AD.;
the offies byp4p. ss. ot theaay preeeoustosethattecslndivliisttoriEu-
osi which they ateetoapearee. SGId ndaVIcldmdr uo
peati history ;thild, Eniglishi, and I{
tN CHARGit E o TODAY'S ISE, fousrthi, Amsericati history atid goversi-
A. H. MEtOCALL. siest. The teaciisg of gesseral Iis-
PENNSY DOWNED. tsory as at presetit is stit approved,
Cestitseil eoce Pgeut is it sesteadilthe specilsiciurses
I Cninesroiae . asieds oldlbe gisven.
poisitediouit tht tie tiiresative lid Dr. Chas. J. Little.
shsowssithe' hurdessof tat', antssial
if disarenieut store fetiile tie tsss 'The text Wiesleyant Guild lectitre
tiosouesili e lsesefitesl. The probis sill he sdeliveredl Sundsay eveninig,
leims of Esur'pescantl race tetidesicies, Masrcls 5, ini the Methosdist church.
liostever, mtiske it unsfeasible. cThey Tlie speaker sill lie Dr. ('lies, J.
mnust he settlesd hefotre sistiatisne~it Luttl',siof Eviatstn, Ill., atis his
castbeheoccuresd. Attiasiesits bsegansuisbjiect, '' 'Ile Pltan of Christ ini
itn Frasnce sitd Gertmatny. PRacitel ModiernTs housseght." lie. Little is a
tesidesicy miasde it niecescs'vy for Gee- gooisiillusstrtion i of the sipp~ortuntities
manssy to hsavceta trainiesdfirce Lecssuse whiieliare given intsu coutyto 5
lies'voluniteerstcosildlnstlble tsaissee pioleyoiutg mnsstiogain ltailces iof
so rapidly stholicse if Frasnce. Site eminentce'. Etirly its life liesworked
would stit give ip that which alone in as coail mi'e anidlle is suw presi-
eniableslie tii saitali andsiholdl hee denit ftie Gsareett laIstue of
poisitistn in Europe. Tsurkey has ta Evanstons.

MicrscopcalSuppiesTHE
MicrscopcalSD~i~esINLAND PRESS
Dissecting Instruments. + ANN ARBOR
Everthin yo forLa +Priners Biners
teepweeb yoeewll wCeid here. inerfiflu }~
J.J . QUARRY, -AN-
CAMPUS DUGi STORE. BLANK-BOOK MAKERS
I4. 0555550 GBLOCK t
4r4f4.*4*+4+4 ++*++*++**+
COLLEGE STUDENTS
'HE
Prices from $15 Up
e <Best
-World
C OLLEGE menevseryswhere tre isvitedtos ted fer the WshrSouensi Catalg.
It cetainseearly Soe petaits efttrtite ttd cllegis, beside gvigsesme aceutt
tfithe censtrectieon ef Washbre istuetsantd a csempete littoset prices.
Firt-cae usei dsler thewerldeover sell Wahbrs aristrstments ma be
obtined frate the mtehse
LYON & HEALY, CHICAGO.
STUDENTS' LECTUREf ASSOCIATIONS
ADHIS
BRO K ANFAMOUS
CHIC AO0
MARINE BAND
Tihe Greatest Popslar Muiic Band inthie Wold.
WednesclaijEvening, March 8.
S le Admsission ...................... .. ... ........75c and 1.00
Core iktsIededtO ....... .... 1.25
Tickets and Seats can steuGIrd at Wilder's Phlarmtacy.
1899 Crescents Im STAEBLER'S
$35.00
Crescent Bevel Gear Chait- Cycle Emporium,
Juveniles, - _ 25.00 1 19 WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
Al itted with Dunlap Deachble Tires. ANN ARBOR.

htrge ssnhmeeof dependent cssoutries
conssantly its revolt tissi reqsuires ani
enosrmossus ariny fos' police purposes
asid that wouslsd virtutally stecti a
huge staning armenlst the horders
of Turkey. Eniglanid the U, S.
couilsduisdersell all other stations itt
open smarkets so that other natiosi
could siot cosmpete.v This would
cause trouhle asid England must
have her ships to prstect this cost-
nmerce wthichl is so destructive to that
of other statios.s England cast tai-
tain her suspreimacy hecase she is
ready tse strits if she htas to, asid
thtus secures equality in the markets
of the wo'rld.
Brooks And His Band.
Tue famoius Chilcago Marine hand,
which the muisical attractio soon to
he heard ini ihie city in this S. L. A.
course is clsimued to lie thie eqeual of
any hasnd ini existence, snusically and
technically, comiposedh of the sasse
Ligh-priced smusicians as thcsse of te
great Gilmiore hiasid of years ago, ansd
in somte poinits their stiperios. Mr.
Brooks is conisidered to he thse Lest
general batdimaster in Auterica, and
his fame is fast spreadistg in all di-
rectionus. Mr. P. S. Gilsuore pointed
out Mr. Brooke years ago as a
promiising leader in this line of popu-
lar success, asid played his comspsosi-
tions nunerusly, as stay he remesm-
hered from Iis Masthattan Beach
programs. Brooks has heen Ytost
enthusiastically endorsed Ly the great
critics of the Eastern cities, a recog-
nition of genius which would not he
given unless it existed in the very

Carter, this oishYale 1itcher still
coach the Yale Ltasebalsie this
seasosn.
ATHENS THEATRE
I MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 6.

ROland IsadoreI
Reed ANDRush
IN A NEW PLAY
"His Father's Son."
Prices $1.50, $1, 75, 50 ad 25 cst.
Shirts f or full dress are of f ault-
less f it-they have non-bulging
bosoms-nothing finer can he
produced and they coat leas than
custom made.
At Year Furnisher or Clothier
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
( Successors to Cluett, Coon 6s Co.)
Makere

GRANSGER'S SCHO0IL OF DANCING.
$5.00 per Termt of 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Privats Lessons hy Appointment. Bell 'Phone 246.
St ie tee tameustlce Ceeasm, but
the differenece is that the celder
it gete the esteeeof otee ate
pee waet.
Ifs~etty old MAO WHITE,
S Pre ty C ld 10 5. MAIN ST.
Bell Phone, 1E; Stale, 194.

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