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March 25, 1899 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1899-03-25

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THE UN IVERSITY OF MIOHIGAN DAILY.

Publihed Daily (Sndas excepted) daring the
College year. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
trae: The Inland Pres, Henig Blck.
Bth Phons 007.
MANAGING EDIOR4~.
F. EaaneAoD, '00 L.
BUSINESS IMANAGE.
O. OI N,a,'0(L..
EDITORS.
Athletic Edior, T. R. WooDOac, '11 L
P' . JONES,'9, A. H. MDlOUGAL, '000E.
F. D. EAMNc, 00 C. H. LUND, '05M,
G. D. OleocTue. '00 E. J. B. WO,'f1.
The subciptio pic of the DILY io £.a for
the colege year, wit a rgara deliery before
..each day. Ntice, comunicatios, ad
otheemattec ineeded for puboliatio must be
haoded it at tc DILY office befoee0 p. an., or
maild to tce edtce efoe 3 p. a, of tea day
prevousoto c that o which they are expected to
nbtsoriptioccomay oe left at te DIOM ofC,
'hiye', oe Stoflot'cneawtatd, cc withBsiects
'.aagr. Stbtcihes will coofer a faoere ty
Tecooctte potlytotatti oice cy failrecof
ccarreto dlioeale.
Altchage i adertiig tattertmutetoin
aecoffice ty p.to. ootto ay pevioisto thalo
ox which thee ae to appeoa.
Capar Whitnel Again.
'PTaefollowing i self-explanatoy
00 Viile there cetainly is justice
i Mieligatot' laimtifor a otte gatc
oil alternate yarsl, this was it asorry
sway tt of itainintg lir dsires. Ci-
oago 11ad1 aotyet shcownino rlutnee
tot accept Michiga's firt aggetione
whteon the hitterastultimatltu los
served, witit a threat behind it.
"Th'le Clhicago board, thus ap-
1roacled, did tot care to wait to on-
ider details. Cicago wa cot to be
coerced by Alichigant or ayonetele,
and Boirdes propoiton wO promptly
Lindounanimouosly rejected. Stagga
answer cols imomediately followed by
a conference of President Adams,
''residlent Draper and Prof. Patten-
gill0 atid the pblication of a eries
"oif resolutionsoasa coocidet with aoo
ttno noiceoetithfoat Ciclago lad taken
.:Ao Browno for fle Takgiving-day
dame. Anth le end is oot yet.
'Emaphasioslould be given te
iinedite point tt isaneetweeno Chi-
Ctogo and Mittoigano and her following.
It 10sjonteretintg to recood flat tle
reok has not orisen at all of of a
-Coniderationo of fle real merit (f
Miicltigtioo'o conteonlo. Sle erelf
lon hercovlier apiroachl haa notoplir.
o±titted thaot. Chicogo'a rejectioto of
tir roposititttonwi idication of fle
ltter's uoowillignes toorelioqish
:oot estoblishoedlpolicy iooply pn its
beig so deoaode-and deooanooded
.at the poit of a gon, aa it were.
'Outhle oooerits of flelooooe gtes
aod eoulooodiviin of gate receipt-
thtere 100 ooiivly 000 room for diseos-
ioo. Every college mot lave its
Nig game at hone on alternate year,
<od of courefle gate receipta slootld
Ile equally dividr-no natter what
the disparity ito valueeonoe yea' fromo
toinotler, doe to location.
"No otler nithflod cano be toleratedl
n collge port.
"The justice of lome gamoes ad
equcal idivisiont of gate receipta canoot
for a mooootob e diputed. This is
one of the fot principles of college
fporf-foair to all, ad necessary to
the welfare of aintater ahleltics.
"Chicago couldl not, becase of lir
fortnnate locatioun, presn me to dictate
terms' to otler 'Vesterot toiversities.
That is, sle colil not do so aod not
offend fle etic of college sport.
We cannot prooti college football to
be omade the sject of a hsiness
deal; we canntot loss sight of the
tat that the gamooes are held merely

for sport and for fle satisfying of
hoonorablie athletic rivalry-tot for
fle putriose of .onooey-nakitg.
"Chlicago greatly offends sportsmenao
aod fle ethics of collega port by
emophasizingler lager gate, or tosig
it as a bait for homooe garos"
Twos of the loee personsota e cre
stuccessful inthle civil service exooto-
inationttrcently hel at W\asingtoon
lor fle positiono of civil etgioeer cif
fle UnitedotaSotes tavy, were Ui-
vrsity of Micligati gradates. Er-
oet P. Goodrich, of Ypilaooti, whloi
sooe1 at fle head of the list of 18
candidates, is a member of the class
of 908, and Alfred C. Lewerenth le
other Universitv of Michigano gradu-
ate, is a meter of fle clas of '2.
Theocthree successful mnet receied
tlheior appointmeaont front Presiodent
McKinley. Th'ley have fle rnok of
first lieteonant atd receive slaries
rangitog freo $2,500 ft $3,000. The
three appointmtntts filled fle corps of
21 enigineers. These mno are st-
tioned at the United States oavy
yardi and coaling statiots.
Joino clases at Gragra Schotl
of Danicinig. $3 fromtowtteuotil
seasoto closes, May 1.
ATHENS THEATRE
SATURDAY, MARCH 25.
HOYT7 S Farce Comedy
Success,
A Parlor Match.1
Prices: 25, 50c, 75e ad$1
Daly Stock CompanyI
One Week ram March 27.
STANDARD PLAYS.
A Periodical at Surpassing Piorial and Lierary
The Illustraed American Magazine
for April. The Mrhe issae of the Illustated
Amercon Magaine wa exhasted withi a few
days atec pbictio. The Apitlcooumbe It
moroebeatiful aod iteestiginexey way. A
few of its e atures, ae-A spedid feot page
by ABWenacll; fourinsersinecolor by Fran
Htopinso, Ethel Jonsone, Arche Gunn,ad
Penlyn staxiaw. Othtoebeatiful lcteda
featares ae by ONei Latham, A. De Ford
Pitney W. E. B. Stakweathr, Gorge ox ad
ten othes-opie ina newcandtbeautiful color
schee; "The ead of Pricrss Mai, a
roomance qit aa good at Athony Rope ao
evrwitten. "'hat Ataor at Wshingtn," a
illutroaeted soray of frce, in wih dolttatie
ile to portrayed; "Whe Married Foke Agre,"
"Sach Loecas This."and otheecelenttshrt
stories. A unioque Society Department, Boos,
Cptioun Citic, Editoial, etc., etc. Abeolutely
notohing lie the Illstated Aercao Mafazine
for Ai can be foand elewere. Ito ahsoc
latey the most beoutifal pablcatin on the
new-stands, send a25cnt in stamp or sle
o a copy of thia issue. Subciptio price 83.0
or year. The pubihrrs are nw offering fr a
liited time Pont batiful ortits poofs of a
frot pagc deig by A. B. Wenel, tuitable fac
framoitg. Thia picure cold be pt o yuc
dawigraoowails with perfect imtpunit.
t.L11STOOATED AMERICAN MAAZNE,
t123 Beoadway, New Yac, City.
Shirts for full dress are of fault-
less fit-they have non-bulging
bosoms-nothing finer can be
produced and they cost lesa than
custom made.
Ac Yer Furnishar or Clthier
CLUETT PEABODY 6 CO.
(Succssr to Clete, Con b C.)I
Makera

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To find i anywhere ; ANN ARBOR
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Campas Drg Stre. ILc
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Prices from $15 Up.
C OLLEGE men eerywhere ae invited tasned cr the Wahbr SovenaicCtcao.
Ito entainsanerlcy 30 potratsof artcists andcolleian,hresidrs givin some acon
ofrnhe contruction of Wanhhucn intrmnt naoempter lit of at prirs.
Fitcloa msidar th woldoerselltWahbhrn r instrumantsmabe
obaied froamthr maers
LYON & HEALY, CHICAGO.
Students' Lecture Association.
GEORGE RIDDLE
Wsitho Orchestrl Accdompanimoett sill rendoer
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM,
IN UNIVERSITY HALL, APRIL 3.
A marvelous revelationo is in store for those who o to hear him.
CRESCENTs~e Best Chain Wheel, - $35.
CRESCE~ evelGeared Chainless, $60.
There is no btter wheel made at ayprice. As C(rescnt rers
if this is not so. Make your selectionmowoosndtea Crescent.
M. STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
lit) West W~oaisgfessaSteet.
GRANGER'S SCHOOL OF DANCING.
$5.00 per Term of 12 Weekes.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lessons by Appointment. Bell 'Phone 246.
So it0ou btfa oous teeCream, ht
it gets te motore of er ream
It's rettyGold MAC WHITE
100 S. MAIN ST.
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