THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIG IN DAILY.
~'F~?4 5J'14~jj WEREAS' We have been imdi-
rIulise Dily (Sundays excepted) during th rectly informed that our action in
College year.na nomieating W. B. Hamilton for the
office of delegate to the annual meet-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, iog of the Northern Oratoricali
'irnThe tntand Precss, Henning Block. League has been misconstrued, be it
Both Phones 147. Roeslved, That we correct asiy
M5ANAGING EDITOR. falsee impressions througho the U.of
F. lsoosean, 0 ~, Mi. DAtLY with the slatemeint that
13USINESS MANAGER. in nomeinating it°r. Harrisonl for this
0. H. H~OO, ,0 L. office owe proceeded 11(101 the imIpres.
EITORS. 0(011 that lie had previously been
Acheci Edlee T It Weooo, ~L. nomsinated for the samne office by the
'P. W, lONet, '99, A. it. MeDOUeote, '01 E members of his class at their caucus,
F. D. RoXAo, '55; c. H. LUND, -so0oM, anid with time express purpose of en-
G .BreoessT.O101E. J. B. WOOD,.'0e. dorsiong his nomination as a law came--
dicdate. NORMAN SWEAT,
Secretary Lit. Catucus.
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hThe u1s00iptinpice of teoDAILsis12.5a0sfor Trophiy Room Turned Down.
the college yeas, with a regular delivery hefore
noon such day. Notices, comunications, and At yesterday's moeetiing of the
,oshes sott Ie intended toe publiclatliaose
haded in 1at t'e DILYfictle befose 8 p. so., or Setnior literary class the report of the
ainiled to the editos before 3 p1. sofa the day coliliittee favoigatphrom s
,previous co that 00 which they ateexspected toOilg1trpy OI 0
ppear . a miemiorial was rejected and the
altocs ittiostmttty 1beloll at the DAIL fic ttecm ite asnt'ltdto14 tp
Meyers. as Stofilete itewstand, esrswith Businesscllateewsisrite olo i
Maager. Suhscrihes will confes a tacos hy soome other miemnorial, the comnuittee
septartingoptttly at ltis office any failure of
caresto deliver papter.lhavinig alsrp te that the shin
All ehtngesoia advcetteiong ate aoltbe inrpre cen
the effico hy 4Op. tat. on te qay prevoustoIhat fotr a tear moemlorial wats not feasible.
ona which they are toapptetr. ___ The reltort of the invitation coum-
So taucoas oecy tose mittee seas accepted, the contract for
A. H. McDOUGALL. the invitations beinig awarded to
- Elliot & Co., oif Philaidelphtia. Every
Surlwua Oo ~ ruS-==tr
Ill accoerdaitce with the Constitu-
lieua of thie U. OF' M. DAILY, the
atnnua~tl electioni of the board will be
held en Stutrday, April 8, at 10 a.
teittroottt C. All paid tti sub.
scribers arcetntitled to vote.
Proposed Removal oft Mining School
'Te scheme of certain setnators tto
atbandton the School of Mineo at
Hottghton, attach it to tlae Univer.
uity of Michigan and use the build.
iugs for (lie proposed upper penin-
suite sormoal schottl, is mheeting witli
cletcrtninedi oppossitiona, and matty be.
lieve tat the legilature will take no
actioni that otill disorganize the pres-
Oite of the sentators said:
"W~e claim that students can be
.edticated it this brantch ini one-qusar-
ter tof the time at Houigliton than it
,oulttd take at (lie University. Stut-
lesets hlave access ta the Calumnet &
Ilecla planit. Timhere are fewsmnies in
thle sworldl tsitig suchltexpenosive anad
olabtoralte mallchlinery as thtio one. Slt.-
odents at (lie Hotughtoit college enjoy
the cadvatage of beiing near tlae iron
'district, makitmg stirveys of uindcer-
wrotuud wo ik. Less thani half the
:stuadents at (lieCotllege of Mutes are
fromth te upper peniiistila. Thte
ipper pseninsula furnishes 4 per cent
- (lie sttudetits at the University aitd
;gays 11 per cesit of (lie tax.
Prof. Henry C. Adams, head of
the department tf political econotmy
ino the Untiversity, said Thursday to
a class that is stoidyinig(lie mtoitopoly
qutestiona: I"A railroad mtantager is not
:end canotot he, from (lie nattire of
lia buosittess, ana honest tman. Pools
aret atetmanaged by thte officers of
(lie roiads ettering them cannot suc-
ceed becatise railroad maeno ciii not
trust each other. In forming trusts
they virtually say to (lie trustee, 'We
,cannsot troist each other, but we wiii
trust you.' I
°C. F. Farrell, '98, who is teaching
at Zealand, Much., is visiting in Ann
Arbor while attending the School.
G. C. Bates '97 Dent., is practic-
ing his profession at Durand.
.seinior whto pays his class tax will
receive eight itovitatisons.
Csjrano de Bergerac Coming.
Cyrano de Bergerac, (lie fatuous
play of this year, cwiii be presenated
at the Athens Thteatre next Tuesday
evening. The company interpretisig
the work is hetaded by Mr. Willard
Newell, a younig actot- of good repute.
He is assisted by Mliss Vail de Ver-
non, and a competeiit company of 35
Fred Heffelbower, '97, whto se-
cured thee scholarship frtom Columbia
last year, is spenditeg a fecw days at
lois home itt this city.
Daly Stock Company
Prte-s, 10, 20, 30 ets.
The Dawn of Freedom.
Sattrday Matinee-"A Wiles Honor."
A Periodicai of Surpassina Pictoriai and
SA Liierary Value-THE
Illustrated American Magazine
toe Apsil. 'rhe Mascha issue at theItlus.
isoted Asoerican Magaeine n-us exhausted
withina a ten- days aftee puhlieation. The
April numsoes istmose beautifuland inite-
esting ineeryway. Afewaofitsfeatueso
are:-A spelndid fsont page' hy A. iB. Wen-
sell; totrnestsin acolas by Fsank IHop-
kinsons,Ethel Johtnon, Archie Gtnn, antd
Pennlyns taolaws.tithes heatttifsrl picto-
sial teaturstare by ONeil Lethum, A. D~e
F'ord Pitnesy. W. E. B. Starhwsathes,Geoo
Fox cod ten others-16 pages in a non-and
heautiulcolarscshemtet"The PHsast of
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as Anthony Hope has eesrn-oilmen. "That
Affair at Washington," ott illostrated stary
at taste, in wshieh dietinatie tile to pus.
frayed: 'When Massied Folks Agsee,"
shart storis. A tiqeeSociety Depart.
ete., etc. Absolutely nothintg like the i.
lustrated AmaesicansMagigone los Apsil
eon he fband esen-hese. It is ahsolutsly
tiesn-sot heautitful pubhiceation on the nen-
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tes a eopy oat hit issue. Subhscsiptionaiee
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offering fos a lim-ited tin-s somoe heoutitul
artist's proofs of a front page design hy A.
B. Wvenzell, suitable tos tsamting. This
picttuse coold ho put on yottr dsawn-g
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