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March 10, 1899 - Image 2

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Published Diy (Sndays ecepted) drig the
College yea, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
')PPL' E: The Cnattd Pess, Henig Blek.
toth heat 47
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. EGELARDta,T L.
DUtSINESS MANAGER.
. II. t.ta, 'litL.
EDIrORS.
Athletic Editr, T. R. Wetata, 'ItL.
P. W. JOE, '1, A. C. McDUAtr, 'IC E.
F. . EOmAN, '0, C. C. Lea, '0 IM,
G. D.CteatuT, '0C1CE. J. B. Weal 'I.
The subsccriptin ipric at the BAtYtis1.10 tee
the tllee yct, ati a regutltr deliary eoec
noneachl day. Noaice, cmmnticaton, ad
ther tmatte itended fee plictinamuteh
handed it at the DtAI oie ele 8ta1). pi., at
mailed tthe editreefhoretI pi. atfatthe cay
pevius at that ta which theyttarepectedt
appea.
ahatipiac may be left at the DeALY oie,
Meye', oa tofIlcetaanewtad, at with CBusies
Maager. Sbscihers will cone ataor y
reprting pomptly atati iean ty failareof
carriers t delietptear.
Alt chage it adectitiataattecnttatbe it
thtctt1thyp.wm. tn the gy previtthe at
onwhicht tey tee tappea.
INCARG otra TDAY'S CSE
F. . EAMAN.
Tomorrow ocurts the anua Fresh.
Spht indcy tntest. Every memC~br
of either class, Wietier athletically
inclitied or tiot, souli feel it it or
her duty to e there to cheer tlic
varioits conitestaitst by voice attd by
irsece. Every yer this contest is
becomitngtmorie tand tmore itterestitg.
It itslite of te few timies wietcat
rtvalry atd casscoitylty eaitbe
dlemtoitstrated. Friit the begittitg
to the cnd of tie collge cotre at
Miciigani there tre too fete opprtu
uitiet fr studtets to develop class
spirit. Gtnerly, the four yearo are
ttearly gone, adttihie lat few weeks
of May atd Ttte at hand, before
stutientttwakett to the fact hat they
belotig to a class. For hit reason
te cooest tottorroiw sold be ecl
attetidedlby til. Entttttsiasntsolci
heeIigh. And whether victors or
losers the chatapioits of ech class
wdllteserve every encoragetten
and cheer it is ucossibe to give tlett.
University Men at the Philippines.
Fifteett tmenifrott te University
have gtitt to te Phiiipies sitce
the outbrek of the Spatith War.
They are Ptrof. Deai C. Worcester,
path, Pliip W. Crbsier, Fratk F.
Freemtan, Howard 11. Hllland, Juhit
1). Kilpattrick, Ricc'NV. Means, Karl
RfoswelllAMier, Ctares Leroy More,
Williatm V. Rinehart, LeRoy South
mtayd, Tieotdore Vladimiirif, Ft'tnk
Twco of the fifteen arc fot Uni-
versity faculties, six are gadt~tes tic
students if te La Dpatmen,
titree tre fr omtheCicLitertary DLeart
mntt, two friiithCe M~eical Deprt
tmett, ote fromlthte Enginaerig D-
pnlrtnient aCd itne is itgrdIuate of
botit Medical anld Literary Deptct
mtetnts.
Frit and Flotwer Missiot Prtt.
Tue Fruit atd Flower Missitn
party which was postpoed 0CC ac-
countt of te Petnsyvania-Micigatt
debate will take place tonightt. Owlig
to thte postpnement, arangemuts
haul to be clatged'soitewat, but te
comnmittee promise all those wo at-
tend te usual good te. Tickets
have been placed at $1 a couple or
50 cents for single adnmission. The
dance will be held at the usual place,
the Waterman gymnasium.

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

March Alumnus.
iThe Mttrch Numober of tile Altuim-
titade its alppearantce yesterday. W a are
uttuti it conttainied a ti eber of
crestitng aCnd valutable articles. Showing
[iti R. fintger, Jr., writes on "Thle
itial Library at Paris." Beat Spring
bhard Huidsott cotttributes ICC
ic eta"Professor WaliterICC
,mra." An article on t b ean Styli
natit Worcester'' is weritten by
ti C. Freer. Otiher articlesar n
enoyac L. Shermiani, Jr.,'" by i
tries Baurd;" Pleasantt Walks atti
fvet Abiiut ,AnnC Arbor," by Top Coat;
dge Noah W. Chteever; "John
.nyConrad, ICC Metnitian, by H. Shirts,
Farttttt. Chtarles Sinmons con-
lutes ait article iitt"Debatittg at a
University." 'Tere are three
ges of half tonies, otne of thte tivo
Aoriotus debatitig teatms, one of Neckwear
it of thte Micitigan moen who have
ae to te Philippittes, aCnd one of .r
itt Henry Conrad. 'Ihere is also i rA
usual amuounlt of Uttiversity newee, J1u7
Its nts,tnecriiiogy, attd book
tiewa.
pth oil a 'Varsittl Football Player.
Frantk Decke, '93, whlo played ott
'91 atid '92 football teatts, died a
vdays ago at htis htotne ittChticago.
tile itt college lie played left
kit tend teas onie of the best players CHI
tat position teliclt Micitigan has MICROSC
er tad. After leavitig college lite tort
atised law' itt Chictgo for a few
ars. Hieteas alwetys att energetic
ker antd his htealith finaltly bsroke TRY HOT
cit. For Che last t's years lie has Noeute i
n ini Califoritia sick with cona- 200 EAST WASH
iptitti. e felt thtat itt is ntot ii- 316
winig tttdtwisited to be brought Thte'etaot
tie. Titree days agot it arrived it e eahearly. Otyste
elago aitd ont hour after reacing________
itt, lie dieid. Haetwas a mtemeber
the Phi Detia Theta -fraternity. I BOYS 1

Noble Special
Focr ~ri.g.
IC inttroducing to you our new Derby,
which comes inl all the best makers'
blocks, also all the new sitadles, we wish
S, to mention that we are giving you a
hat for $31.00 titat wititout doubt is the
best If at that cafl be mlanufactutred to
sell at that price.
IMPORTERS ANtD MANUFCTCUtRRSOF
EMICAL andS PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
OPIC FINDINGS. Hleadqttarters for all Labora-
yStupplies
it2 S. Male Steet, Ate Arbor, Mitt.
CHOCOLATE,
ke it elsewthere.,s
HINGTON STREET,
SOUTH STATE STREET.
ats seved it antyle I.

Carl Littdertnainn, '00 L., (If Citi-
cagro, corporal let Co. E, 3ud Miss.
Vol Itif., in camtp itt Misissiptpi and
iCC Lexittgtoit, Ky., teas itonorably
discitarged to retunt to college.
ATH-ENS THEATRE
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 10.
Otis Skinner
InthteCRomeeaticaSucesse~
ROSEMARY
Prites $1.50. $1, 75. 50 and 25 cthe.
MARCH 13 TO at,
WAITE OPERA CO.
,natittet antd EvettintgEvrypD[ay.
Neat Opera Evtry tPteromane.
Shirts for ful~l dress are of fault-
leas fit-they have non-bulging
bosoms-nothing finer can be
produced and they cost less than
custom made.
At Year Furnshet at Clothiet
CLUETT, PEABODY& CO.
(Saccessors to Claett, Cueson Co.)
Makers

KINDUI
FOR A GAME OF
HurnenSts. Ea:

ATTESTOP ! MILLhARD
l l l l lTHE
PiCINTER
POOL OR BILLIARDS-
at oflF. and M. Bank.

Atn Arhor, Mich

Tisi space beluutgs to thte Stdents' Lectre Association.
1899 crescents M. STAEBLER'S
$35.00
Crescetit Bevel Gear Cihairt- Cycle Emporium,
lass, - - - $ 00
Juvettiles, - - - 25.00 119 WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
All hatted with Dunlap Detachable Tires. AN N ARBOR.
GRANGER'S SCHOOL OF DANCING.
$5.00 ser 'termsaot 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lessons by Appointment. Bell 'Phone 246.
A NEW 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 wcear our shoes.
RFRIILL'S )IJ SHOE JlSTOM A n ngt it.

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