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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Of 4 1+Ian Malaren at Yale.
* When Rev. John Watson visited
Puhlished Daily (Suasexeccepted) doriog tht New Haven, Randall, whose Art
Collegecyeor.aa gallery is so well known here in Ann
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Arbor, scured his photsgraph and
tee 'e: The inlaned PreossOlHcecing Block. antograph wohich mcay now be seen
Both P'hoe 147 in the windosw on Washingtson St.
MANAGING EDITOR. "'His Scotch brogue is as broad as
F.EELIA,ccc'01lL. his shoulders" was the expression
BUSINESS MANAGER. used by Mr. Bemoent in speaking of
cc.iH. HNS, '0o00L. the interview, of the distinguished
EDITORS. Scotchutan with Mr. Rantdall. We
Athletic Editor,,T'. u. woocecoso, '0. may well expect a rare treat wheno
P. W. JONEo, '9, A. H0. McDOeoc 0..'01 E. this most prominent author and
F. n. EMAN , 'N0, c.'. 00.UNoD, '00 M, preachcer visits Annc Arbor next
G.nD. I1eec ce . '01 E. J. B. woos. 100. Tcceseay evening. His subject still
be "'SoeuceTraits of Scotish Clhar-
ccter.'' He limoself scys, "I never
Thesbesceiptio priceote AILYnise o00 for 050selanuscript, cithcer illsermconos or
the college yeae, with aleguelaeredelierey lbefore lectures, nless it is to reactSte-
noach day. eeeccNotie, ccoceecuicttoco cond
othcer mcettee ictenedefoIre leeblicaetione inest lee ttittgthere is 1111use tooitonittiotg
hancede ce incte DAIoic etefr e 8p.sicn,or c teoecoy
mietoteelhe eitorefee 3peein. tOof theedyt lll~y
peeviousetetcc on hechheyeaeet cexpeected lee XXWhatever cf adomiraticon Dr.
yneeleoeeie iceeeey lee eellftttenDAILY office, \Vatsonie S work olay have 5gaintedl 11
Maeyeer', rStoilet' eeiheec c orll withefuenes s eytits side the .At.lntc, 1 ieersonlt
Maae.Sbcieswl ofrafvrb eporetineglperomeltly ateeisfce l an. y failueoeelas learned on his lprevieos visit to
carrieresleoedeliveepaper.
All chanceges incadertieesinge emateetet muttlee ice America in the full of 1896,se50n all
thewhichetey ap. te ot tpper tacece othe dditicon to it wheilcholy eye aond ear
to~teotocoe~teoe'couldi accomplllish.
A. n. EcOL'GALL.

IF You FAIL
To find it anywhere
else, try as ....
J. J Quarry,
Campas Drag Store.

THEs I
INLANDPRS
' ANN ARBOR
SPrinters, Binders,
BLANK-BOOK MAKERSt
HlENN0BLOCK

Prof. Coolety Before The Engineer-
iug Society.
A faeo sized acdienoce cmpoedl
ciefly cif engceerecs listeoee to e a cory
ioteretng lecturcedeleilveredhey IProf'.
M. E. Cooley eolflte En'gieeoicog
D)cearttment, nco omeeice10 eel thce
EnlgeineeringeeBilding.ll ie. sueject
efel lelectttoe wsO ThO'le Eninteer ioc
cold ot ot colege,'' 'cocit ceotainced
somelc'very goodt adviece-, botic teethce
stuecnttwhiile into tllege fittiocg iml-
self for his life's professieoc, acedaleo
seoee of thce difficulties thttplresenlt
thccecselves to tlee college-breden ogi-
nieesswcen he first stairts ouct ioc life.
Freshman Glee Club.
'lie folloswiocg ocenccave beenc put
occ lice Freshcmacn Glee Cluob as a re-
sult of the receoct trial of voices:
Snowe, Widocaoc, M~ayoe, Gardnoer,
Xoreeelo, Strassbucrg, Emocersonc, Cooli-
ey, 'Thurnceacu, Bossn, Bridle, Sitle
Broiciclt, Blidwssell, Stuotcart aocd
CIaoipbell. 'rie officers are: Secre-
tary, 0. J. Camcpbell; manager, Hiar-
ry Keron. Thce clccbstill hctve ac-
ture' takeno at Raotdall's, at 10;3d0
a. oc., Stucdacy.
Cotrrespoocdent Lear, elf tile Evecn-
ing !Newso, writincg froom Remedios,
Cucba, sin's: Qtuite a ccumccler of
Cubancs icere are goaduates of sooce
of flee best clleges ioc ticsUncitecd
Stiltes oaqceucn Vargccs, Genc. Cacrillol
ancd Liois Alfaya clltattecctedethte U.
of M. t AcccArbor for severacl
years, acod oticer colleges for differ.
ent periocds. Senoer Vargacs sacys thce
Spanoiards collected enoulghlc etcy
froci the residetcts of thcis city to ipave
its streets ino gold.
An Alumnus Honored.
Ray Hedrick, '96, crecently lie-
livered an origiocal papter befoere tice
Mlathcemcatical Society ill Noe York
City. He is ncow attcecdinlg Harvard
whlere he .leoldts c scolarsiillic
graduate researchc. Mr. Hedrichc
brouglit hconor to himcself ancd to
Michigan by wincnincg thcis conolr ioc
comcpetition wsith 15 othcer meoc all of
whcomc were Harvacrd graduates. I
Ccl. Robt. G. Incgerscoll sill lectocre
in tice Athcencs Theatre Moocday oighct
on "Tice Devil." Tics fatme of "Bob"
is so swidespread thcat thcis, his neswest
lectuore, still no doubt attract widds
attention, and a large audience is
expected.

Thce intercollecgiate d1(1)ate betsveeoc
flee IowasccandclWiscocoloc stacte cociver-
sities sill take placcc nMilswccckee',
Macrc 31. The qucestciocnswcic has
bleenc chosenc is:JResolecl''eat thec
compctetitive freiglit ecrncings shcceuld
lee legalized uonder sucperviseoc of thce
Initecr-stacteCcocmcecrce Coccmcissiocc.
Wiscoensino eocthec negaItivc side of
thce question.
W. L. Miggett, sslco tas given the
"Sicegle Tax problercc' yedrs of. care-
fol study, still discuss ticat subject
icc ''its mcoral aced fiocaocialI effects
oploc thce comccmunoity, shlcdc it be
adopted," befolre thce tusiocess Meo's
Cltcss, atthfle Ceogregatieonal ecurchc,
Sunoday, Marcdc 19, iiccmedatelsy after
flee cmorning's service.
Elmer D. Lylon, '97 E., ltte of
thce Detroit Dry Doick Eongioce Wcorks.
is nose employed by thce Aomericaon
Blcero Comcpancs of Detroit.
ATHENS THEATRE
TO NIGHT
Waite Comic Opera
COMPANY
" Said Pasha."
Puraces. 10, 20, .10 aid. 50c.
" ~PAUL JONES."
Matinee Prices-O 1 2(0cts.

COLLEGE STUDENTS
9 (>COUNTRYI
SoMOKE
P'rices from $15 Up. 4
i Best
C ,LE ce eeereee're invi eted to s ed frehWashtternSouveeir Cata1og.
It contains cealyeSooeotraitct soo tsanddcollegians, btedes givineg some account
ofete conte oneo hburneintrents and acompilett oetpices.
Firctlasse ii7-co 0-aee.. tieevoeld oercesell Washb m 00 or nttuen ts cc h.c
obtaineddfrom theemakers
Students' Lecture Association.
IAN MACLAREN.9
TuedayEvening, March 2,19
Tickets, 75 cents. Reserved Seats, $1.00.
Course Tickets, X1.25.
Subject: "Some Traits of Scottish Character."
1899 Crescents M. ST A EBLE R'S
$35.00
Crescent Bevel Gear Chaion-$00 Cycle Emporium,
Juveoniles, - - - 25.00 119 WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
All fitted with Dunlap Detachable Tires. ANN ARBOR.
GRANGER'S SCHOOL OF DANCING.
$5.00 per Teriti of 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lesaons by Appointment. Bell 'Phone 24.6.
Id So itouonefamsttoIce tCreamn, hut
the dtffereence tis that the colder
it gets the moe of ouercooeam
yon waat.
MAC WHITE,
It'sPrety Co110 S. MAIN ST.
Sell Phone, 160; Stale, 094.

Shirts for full dresa ire of fault-
lest fit-they have non-bulging
bosom-nothing finer can be
produced and they cost leis thau
customn made.
At Your Furnisher ocr Clothier
GLEJETT. PEABODY 6 CO.I
(Sucesesoru to Claett, Coon Co Co.)
Makers

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