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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Pblished Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
IlrFcE: The Inland Prese, Henning Block.
Both Phones147.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
0. H. HANs, '00 I..
EDITORS.
Athletic Editor, T. R. WOOW, '00 L.
P. W. JNEs, '99, A. . MDOUGALL, '01 E,
F. D. EAxAN, '00 C. H. LuND,00M,
G.D. le'NUTT.01E. J. B. WOr,'00.
The ubereption price of the DAILY IS 2.0 for
the college year, withca reglar deliery hefre
naee each day. Ntire, cmemanicatins, and
other matter intended for publication must be
handed in at the DAILY oflice before p. n.,or
mailed to the editor before 3 p. m. of the day
previous to that on which they are expected t
appoear., ia~ea i l tla eea
trito ombeeftae IOfice,
M,ye', or Serletarwtad, orewith Baiaen
Manager. Subscribers will confer a favor by
erleg promlply a this oice any faiure of
carestelier pae.
All changes in advertising matter must be in
the oice by a p. ee. on the lay previous to that
on which they are to appear.
G. 1. HDNI'.
History in the Summer School.
The courses of lectures in history
to be delivered in the summer school
will be specially adapted to the needs
of teachers. The course in colonial
history will be in large measure an
introduction to American history, one
of its chief purposes being to give
an idea of the meanings of that his.
tory. The ordinary facts commonly
found in text books will not be given
i1 narrative form; but an effort
will be made to interpret facts, and
to see the important characteristics
of the time. Several lectures vill be
devoted to the general topic of col-
onization, which involves methods of
founding and administering colonies,
and the reasons for the success or
failure of colonizing nations. The
attention of teachers will be called to
books that are especially helpful and
suggestive. The most useful his.
torical material will be made accessi-
ble to the student.
Roasts Legislature-Made Lam.
Mr. E. Mariner, a prominent cor.
poration lawyer of Milwaukee, Wis.,
has been the guest of Judge Win.
Brown of this city. Yesterday
morning he visited the Law Depart-
ment and made a speech to the fresh-
man class. He told of the mischief
done by too much legislation which
had no value, in recent years. He
praised the common law and declared
it was a mistake for legislatures to
constantly attempt to change it. Ex-
cept in a few instances the rules of
the common law are more fair and
just than the most of the statutes
designed to change them. "Legis-
latures in their eagerness to pass
some law are nuisances.
The Practice Games.
The weather permitting the first
baseball game of the season will be
played next Monday with the Toledo
league team. Failing to play then,
the series of games will commence as
soon as possible. At any rate mat-
ters will be so arranged that there
will be offered the full series of 10
practice games for which tickets will
be sold for $1. These tickets may
9 now be had of any member of the
Athletic Board.
Four freshmen were denied credit
last semester because they were be.
hind in gym. work.

Intercollegiate Gmnastic Contest.-
The first series of intercollegiate
gymnastic contests took place on Fri-
day night in the gymnasium of New
York University, on Morris Heights.
Contestants were entered from 19
institutions, and silver cups were
awarded to the first, second, and
third men in each event. Each
competitor was allowed three turns
on each piece of apparatus, and the
contests were decided on the point
system, the maximum in each event
being 15. Only three contests were
finished.I
The competition on the horizontal
bar resulted in a tie between R. G.
Clapp '99 of Yale, and E. B. Turner
'96 of Princeton, now studying in
the Union Theological Seminary.
Turner won oil the toss. While in
college, lie was captain of the Gym.
team, and president of the Track
Association.
The sumnary is as follows: Hori-
zontIal bar-Tie between E. B.
Turner '96, Princeton, and R. G.
Clapp '99, Yale, with 12 points each;
J. de la Fuento 00, Columbia, third
withi 11 5-6 poits.
Side horse-Won by F. J. Belcher
'00, New York University, witht
10 5-6 points; E. L. Eliason '01,
Yale, second with 10 points; R. G.
Clapp '99, Yale, third with 9 5-6
ponts.
Parallel bars-Won by R. G.
Clapp '99, Yale, with 12 points;
F. L. Belcher '00, N. Y. U.,
second with 111 points; J. P.
Jones, Harvard, third with 10 5-6
points.
Literary Note.
There has been much comment
concerning the title of the novel upon
which Beatrice Harraden has so long
been engaged, and which is at last
completed and about to be published.
It was to have been called, "I, too,
have passed through Wintry Terrors."
This is a line from one of William
Watson's poems. She now has be-
taken herself to Holy Scripture, and
appears to have finally adopted as
her title, "The Fowler."
"Our soul is escaped as a bird out
of the snare of the fowlers.'
The book is to be published by the
Blackwoods, in Edinburgh, and by
Dodd, Mead & Co., in New York.
Look for Prize Mone.
The students who served on the
Yosemite expect $200 apiece prize
money. In addition, by act of con-
gress, those who held a seaman's
berth, will receive two months extra
pay and the landsmen one month.
The matter is in the hands of Edwin
Denby, of Detroit, who played cen-
ter on the 'Varsity football team in
the season of '95.
Mr. Albert Y. Whitney, instruc-
tor in mathematics is enjoying a short
visit from h Is father, who is professor
of mathematics at Beloit College.
ATHENS THEATRE
Daly Stock Company
EVERY EVENING
Satirday Matinee.
Prices, 10, 20, 30 cts.
Tickets now on sale for entire week.
TONIGHT-
Eccies' Daughters,
- AComedyrama.
Friday--"A Married Bachelr."
Saturday Mainee-"Nast Lynne'

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