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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
'FFIaE: The Intnd Pess, Henning Block.
Bth Phoae147.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENaELHAn, '101 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
U. H. HANs, '00 L.
EDITORS.
Athletic Editr, T. . WooaoW,'0 L.
P. W. Jans, '9, A. H. MDoeoAL '1 E.
F. D. Exosus, '50; C. H1, Leo,1'05 M,
G.D.eHUDNUTT,'01E. J.B. Woo,'0,.
The subscription price of the DAsL i.50 . for
the coller year, wth a egttae deliey efoe
noun ecil day. Notices, comunaicatis, ad
other satter intended for phbieation oust e
handed in at the DAILY office before 8 p. to., or
matted ta the editor efore3 p. s. of the day
previous to that on which they are epeeted to
uPtriptions may be left at the DAILY office,
Meyer's, or Stolet's newstand, or with Business
Manager. Sosceibers will confer a favor by
reprtitng promptly at this office any failre of
carriers to deliver paper.
All chage in advertising matter mot e in
theoiceeby 4 p.i . on the day presious tothat
on which they are to appear.
The new plan which has been
adoptedos encourage handball is
very commtnendabe. In a class con-
test there will be more inducement
for men to compete. As many who
would not play for their own honor,
will be anxious to represent their
class. Already there has been mucho
interest shown in the class champion-
ship plan. No definite arrangements
have been made but after the full
list of entries is in, the dates and
prizes will be announced. The
smaller departments should make
special efforts to be represented in
this contest.
Wrinkle Out Yesterda.
The best edition of Wrinkle which
has appeared this year, came out
yesterday. The jokes are mores
numerous, spicier and fresher than in
any of the previous single numbers.
The cuts also are improved both
artistically and humorously. The
excellent center page by MeGeorge
iso ertiled "The Wheels of Debate
are Grinding. " The cover page
shows two young men who express
their opinions in regard to the five
mile limit.
The committee having charge of
the Fruit and Flower Mission dance
which occurs this week wish it dis-
tinctly understood that it is to lie an
informal affair. They did a great
favor by postponing their dance and
deserve an added patronage in re-
turn.
The music of the song 'Hush-a-
Bye--Close Yo Eye," sung by Isa-
dore Rush of Roland Reed's Com.
pany Moday night, was composed
by Louis Elbel, and the words
written by his brother Mr. Richard
Elbel, of South Bend, Indiana.,
The women's gymnasium is slowly
being finished and equipped with
more elaborate apparatus. The latest
additions are travelling and swinging
rings which will be used by the mem-
hers of the third year class.
Prof. Francis Kelsey is in New
York attending a meeting of the
board of control of the American
school at Athens. Prof. Kelsey is
vice-president of the board.
Ex-regent Barbour has been select-
ed to act as presiding officer at the
'Varsity Oratorical Contest.

President Doight on the Collegian.
Icontinued From Page 1.]
mental culture, and of the power to
do good service to the world and
honorable character above all extern-
al things, and, if we may use the
strong expression, by a contempt for
wealth, what the true life for the
nation is.
"The young men of this genera-
tion are in greater danger of being
led away in the false path, in this re-
gard, than those who lived isoformer
tisnes were. They need, therefore,
the most carefully and constantly to
open their minds to the higher in-
fluences of a university life.
"May I not also say that they owe
it to the best interests of the country
and of the future to keep alive these
higher influences. The student's
work is the student's life, and no
higher obligation rests upon him
than to pass on to other generations
the true spirit which has been trans-
mitted to himself."
OLYMPIC GAMES.
The Contests to Be Held at the
Paris Exposition.
The committee in charge of the
games to be held at the Paris Ex-
position in 1900 has published a
preliminary program of the events.
Games in every department of ath-
letics are included in the following
headings: Field athletics, gynias-
tics, fencing, aquatics, bicyling, polo,
games, climbing, archery, and skat-
ing. Each of these headings is sub-
divided into a number of separate
sections. Under field athletics the
following events are enumerated:
Races of 100, 400, 800 and 1,500
meters; a hurdle race of 110 meters,
broad and high jumps, pole vault,
shot-put, discus and hammer throw-
ing, and a general athletic champi-
onship.
Gymnastics include competitions
on the horizontal bar, rings, parallel
bars, rope climbng,, vaulting horse
and weight lifting.
Fencing is divided into contests in
boxinog, foils, sabre asd sword, sisgle
stick, and wrestling, Swiss and
Roman style.
Under aquatics are included yacht
races, rowig races of 2,400 meters
for two, four and eight-oared shells;
swimming contests of 100, 500 and
1000 meters; water polo and diving
and life-saving contests.
The bicycling events consist of a
2,000 meter race without pacemak-
ers; a race of 100 kilometers with
pacemakers, and 3000 meter unpaced
races for tandens.
Polo, climbing, and archery con-
tain several contests, and there will
be a number of skating races of vari-
ous lengths.
Games include Rugby and Associa-
tion football, cricket, golf, tennis
ho>ckey, and a number of- games
played in foreign countries.
ATH-ENS THEATRE
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 10.
Otis Skinner
In the Romantic Success
ROSEMARY
Prices $1.50,$1, 75, 50 and 25 cts.
MARCH 13 TO 20,
WAITE OPERA CO.
Matinee and Evening Every Day.
New OperarEvery Performance.

We are Noble Special
Showing
Spring F

Styles
in
Top Coats,
Shirts,
and
Neckwear.

In introducing to you our new Derby,
which comes in all the best makers'
blocks, also all the new shades, we wish
to mention that we are giving you a
Hat for $3.00 that without doubt is the
best Hat that can be manufactured to
sell at that price.

IMPORTERS AND MANUFAcTURERS OF
CHEMICAL and PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS. Headquarters for all Labora-
tory Supplies
112 S. Main Street, Ann Arnor, Mich.

TRY HOT CHOCOLATE,
None like it elsewhere.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.
The largest assoarment of Candies in the city,
made hoarly. Oysaotes s'd in any style.

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BOYS! STOP ! MILLARD
AT THI
KIDI~ITh THE
PRINTER
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS.
Huron St. East of F. and M. Bank. Ann Arbor, Mich
STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIATION.
AND HIS
FAMOUS
CHICAGO
MARINE BAND
The Greatest Popular Music Band in the World.
Wednesda Evening, March 8.
Single Admission..................................75c and $1.00
Course Tickets Reduced to........................................ 1.25
Tickets and Seats can be secured at Wilder's Pharmacy.
1899 CrescentsM STAEBLER'S
$35.00
Crescent Bevel Gear Chain- Cycle Emporium,
less, - - - $60.00
Juveniles, - - - 25.00 119 WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
All fitted with Dunlap Detachable Tires. ANN ARBOR.
GRANGER'S SCHOOL. OF DANCING.
$5.00 per Term of 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lessons by Appointment. Bell 'Phone 246.
A NE-W THING
In Patent Leather Shoes for Spring, is the English Flat
Last. We have them in Button and Lace. If you want
to be successful, look successful and wear our shoes.
IIPRILL'S SHOE STORMAn-Abo**on*-

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