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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Prot. Worcester on the Philippines.
+j, + Prof. Worcester in the Oct. Cen-
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the tury, says of the Philippines, after
Colege year, at considering the impossibility of hand-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. g thems back to Spain:
"But can we not withdraw and
OrFrcE: The Inland Press, enning Block. leave the civilized natives to work
BothiPhones 147
___ thPhones__47. _out their own salvation? There can
MANAGING EDITOR. hardly be two answers to this ques
F. EaELHAa.'1 L. tion, for their utter unfitness for self-
LUSNIESS MANAGER. government at the present time is
o. x. HANs,'iL. self-evident. If, with the lack of
EITORS. education and experience, they are
Athletic Editor, T. R. Wooltow, '00 L. incapable of governing themselves,
P. W. JONEs, '9, A. 1. MDouoAL, '01 E, much less could they keep their say-
F. D. SAxe, 01 L C. 5H. Loot, 'ill M,oresprssbi
G.DI. UonoTT' 01 E. age eighbors inrdersu rs
gandage and piracy, atd resist the
encroachments of foreign powers.
There could be but one result wereg
_ they to make the attempt. Numer-B
The subscription price of The DAILY is 2 5. for oUs leaders would arise, each with
be college year, with a rglar dllor hforo Anachy
notonach olay Notic, a ooatioalo, and liis own following.A y would
stier matterint eidef to publication tr t b soon follow and abundant excuse
haded in0alteDAtaLYoffie hefor 85p.si., or
mailed to the editor before p. a. of the day would be afforded for outside itter-
prvias to that on which they are expected to ference. European powers would in-
rcp nmay heelolat tic DAnofic, tervene to protect the interests of
Mye, or sicllet'o owoad or with Bsiaess
Manager. Subscribers will confer a favor by their subjects, and in order better to
crriest o del erthio oco coy lailaro ol attain this end would annex the is-
All changes in ad rt inm iatteraust be ht n ads."
tie oficeobhr4 p.ttm. oantoay pev'iousto tothat
on which they are to appear.
Tennis Tournament.
Another managing editor of the The result of yesterday's playing
DAILY has been married. This time was as follows:
it is Geo. B. Harrison, managing First-class singles-Wherry beat
editor for two years preceding J. F. Felker, 6-2, 6-2; Ripley beat Leso
Thomas, who was last week married ter, 6-2, 6-1.
to Miss Mabel Bennett, of Topeka, Second.class singles-MacNeil beat
Kas. The DAILY extends its best McCly, 7-5, 8-6; Williams beat
wishes and sympathy. Keith, 6--i, 6-3; Earl beat Ballot,
6-2, 6-0.
A Freshman Trich. Doubles-Niles and Montgomery
Although a little late one of the beat Schmid and Strassburg, 3-6,
yearly jokes on the freshmen has just 6-3, 6-0.
come to our notice. The playing to-day will begin at 4
During the week that the opening o'clock. The following will appear
of the Law Department was delayed, in the semi-finals: First-class--
a certain senior had several freshmen Wherry vs. Ashcroft; St. John vs.
as table companions. The question Gore. Second-class-Jernegan vs.
when work would begin was a much Niles; Williams vs. Lester.
mooted one, and on Monday of the No games will be played tomorrow
second week Mr. Senior announced on account of the football game
to his friends with all due authority, with M. A. C. If the weather is
that while the building was incom- good the finals will probably be
plete, the faculty had decided that played off next Saturday morning.
work must commence, and that the
first five lectures would be given in Gol Meeting Postponed.
the Methodist church, advising them The meeting of the Golf Club,
to be on hand early as the juniors which was called for today, will not
and seniors would try and crowd be held until further notice, as it hasa
them out. Accordingly eight o'clock not been possible to obtain an option
found the freshmen knocking and upon any grounds as yet. This
striving to get into the church, and meeting will, however, be called in a
wondering if they had been already day or so.
shut out. After nearly an hour of-
patient waiting they returned to their
rooms with the consolation of learn. ATHENS THEATRE.
ing that the obliging senior had Wednesday Evening, Oct. 12.
changed his boarding place. LINCOLN J. CARTER'S
Lamn Librar Appointments. Sensational Comedy Drama
The dean of the Law Department
announces the following appoint-Uh
ments for the ensuing year: For D .
assistants in the law library, W. H.
North, Roy M. Watkins, C. E a Hurriy Bocane Scene.
Barthell and Theo. F. Lake, each
class having a rpresetative froi rices s, 5 ana 75 cents.
among its members. For practice iH~ttosale tatearo, a so M ta5., and
court clerk, Geo. D. Harris, of Ken
tucky, was selected. -
The regimental hospital of the UNIVERSITY
Thirty-first Michigan is to have a School of Dancing
new hospital steward. Private Walter
M. Warren, M. D., a graduate of the -AT-
U. of M. Medical Department, class Granger's Academy.
of '98, was appointed to that position, atll 001100246.
vice Dr. McLean, who has been dis-
charged in order to accept a coin- A ConfeCtionery Store
mission ssurgeon. FULL OF SWEET MEATS.
The Jeffersonian Society will hold CocaBostits-,SorgdeCornearram anato
its opening meeting next Friday different forms. Hot Coffee ad Lunches. Soft
.en.Ro 2ribusaChocolate Soda being a favorite. Cigars,
evening, in Room 24, a.ain building, eto., at
at 7:30 o'clock. w. s, PA RK ER'S, 315 S. Stat St.

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FALL OPENING
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