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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

3 L ,j:t jjA School of Journalism.
+ + 3" Missouri State University will soon
nublished Daily (Sundays excepted) during thae Inaugurate witlh the following curri- Allegrettian
College year, at culum, the first collegiate school ofad
journalisma in this country: Ru e'
THE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN, Art and History of Newspaper-
ayao 0 : The inland Presse, Henning Bloch. Making-History of printing; evo- Delicious Chocolate Creams,
presswork, engraving. FRESH AND GOOD.
MANAGING EDITOR. Newspaper-Making-Business tutu- ' ,a' Isui 1-lb. I~cg's
F. EunoamAto 0 L. agetemut; cost atnd revetnue; adver- 15C, t30c Bit(id(60.
M IESS 1ANAGER.t tilitng; ediorials, reporting, clippinig iQury
o.5. IHoe,'L. front exchantges; sipeciali articles;
EDITORS. r TttIttethodl of criticism, etc. Campun Drug Slurs.
AlEtic tors, I T. Woo E , 50 L. Newspaper Practice-Exercises in
J. 15 . WoonG, T0, C ,00 . IL. Ls. NM-;,99 editorial writitng, itt reporting, edit-
Gl. DI. IluNto ce '0t15. C. D. Coo,., '99, lug cspy, htandlinog telegraph service,
A. It. Mcl~worL,'01 t N. . 01 lo 1 , ,condettsatiott, interviewing, gathterintg
A.h.Iieec s.ews, etc.
Cttrrentt Topis- Cnstttituital T
law; political scietnce; Itistorye of (tseCL
Utnited States and oef Missouri; econ-
The scrtioeepyii c de of the DAIY s 052.50 for eotic questiotts; the lihel lasw atnd
the collegeyear, with arecgular dclivey heforetierlacws
noon eaih day. Notices, cooounications, and Ohr pertatitg to) newsepapers;
ethes iattecsintended fee publicationimoct be live issues of thte Untited States attd
hanted tn at she DAIofie b~cefoe e8plie., o
coo iet to the oditeertiefore it p, in. of the day foreigtn countries; stuody of the host1
al);iea.::ta nepcidt ecwspaper models; lectures hy tmen I
lOt~iiteetions moy he left 01 the DAILY oIice, engaged in (te active worlk of ttte
reytttingogmp~ttly at tieosice taiy failtiecot L ~
snls-nls o delivrccapiet'. uglislt-Englsla history, Cop-
Rh fie h 4lt. ct-on tie day pist oc1tha
on iwhich shot are to apteetr. course. t
Os Crcon s Toitoc I-en History-Modsrni history; general
.5550 . tstery,ltleci.-val attd atncent thistory - ----
--~i B oD may he tttkeot as elective work. TRYHO O OG L T
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titelye ll o etedD IYBgd orleical stutdies -Political econy, Nn it tcsok0
OrgaizaltiesdaDytvenBoafo political science, finattce, history of 200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
ttrgathiaofficte Ttcda. vett b anking atnd coitnage, Itistory of in- 316 SOUTH STATE STREE"
in itooffce.dustrial development, coltttitutins The largeot nssoetment of Catndies in the eit
Oltimpian Games in 1900. law, internatiotlal law atte sociology. moade hourly. Oysterseserved inunyostyle.
Attired ouetn hs opportuntiy will he given (o5 -
tcurooodraigkoweg fterests in athtletics caused the re-.rnh emnadSaih
vi-a Frenclt,0viGerman(ramdCSpanisl -.

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witstad charge of (tem ito Athens
in 1896, trill also have the mtanage-
anlent itn Paris in 19011. While I was
-vistinlg tim lat tsummerl hO ie futlly
,ottlinedr to tothoe progratm and said
tht athnie American athtletes tmade
stchi t creditable showcitng itn Atitens
Ihe htopteldenht a very larg-t tnttober
cwtould1ciomte fro ttanty different
Amnerican instituttions in 1900. He
aliso tmalde (tse request (loat I sitoutld
p3resetot tite tiatter to tile inlstituttions
of te moiddele wrest. I tske tis
2ltelttle tof callingitgIhe attetotiott of
sttoettts to te gatme's. Large lposters
ttttieoteenscont and1tilcibe plaoced
.Whrltc'all interestedl otay see themt.
(GE~tORE.F.- o'stccs,I
t tolcersity of Chicttgo, Manrcho, 1899.
Cotnedg Club Goes to Detroit.
The Ctomeody Clubt wciltepeaot (te
,,erformlanlce 00hicth tetoritsttcih
-Approval Itere 111s1 ceek, itn Detroit
mat Montdaly. Tloe perfeormellte
will ho given at tile Empire 'tioeatre
undoer the autspices of oe of tine ocal
choaritabohecrgatniatiotns. The satne
cast wi lie played as produced the
cottedly here. Alsoo tite sanie orchtes-
trn cwiiihe tatketn alotng. The I7tt1i-
versity adiisitraotivse hoard lhss givetn
its ctonset to the tripo and tiothing
unoow stantos ii thetowas-of ttaking'
it a sttccess.
The Intercollegiate Regatta.
At a tmeetittg of the lIntercollegiate
Rowing Associatiotn, at wlticq Penan-
sylvania, 'Colunihia and Cornell were
represented, it wa11 definitely decided
nsot to chtange the lentgtha of the race
from four to tharee miles, btat to leave
it at the it at the oistance previously
rowed.
A new race was also arranoged for,
thaat of a four eared evet b etween
the suhstitutes of the varnous univer-
s ities replresentted in the associaeiotn.

uring thte presidettey of Dr.
Dwight, of Yale, litehas given te
University mere thatn $100,000, or
(twico thte anosuttof his salary.
Laundry Ironing-How t t Should anal
Shld INat lie Dune.
Ironing," queriod Gee. E. Norris.
"Ironing is an art thnt is known to but
few peopie that run laundries. Mr.
Norris 15 prestdent of The Norris Ce.
that manufacturea eolars and he knows
what irening teally in. "In toe ordi-
nary and most of them nre ordinary-
the ironing of a colnar consints in ton-
ing it throngh a manehine that in boated
to an extremely high temperature and
the preasure on the linen in eneroun.
Between the heat and the prensure a
poliost in proddteed. But the polish is
pot on at the expense of the wearing
qunlities of the collnr.
'(here is us polish te a doesotic lie-
ihh. 'She cellar er cuff is net ironed to
n thinness that tents the quanlities of the
linen and breaks it in about four iron-
ingo. But it in smeoth and soft and
pliable: the edges do net fray and there
are uo blisters sueb nn are frequently
seen in the polished cellar. Besides the
collar will wear at leant four times as
long. The machinery which has been
put in to the Grand Laundry in this
city cost nearly $7,0110, and it is perfect.
-Defcsit Eenling News.
This laundry as represented in Ann
-Arbor by the Stodents Laundry Asso-
ciation, 202 S. State. New Phene 441.
W nt. Vought & W an. . F , Agents. !
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The Newest All Kinds &let
Fashions One Price$;3.50
Stock will be in our Ann Arbor Store about March 1 st.
110 EAST HURON STREET.

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T s Best Chain Wheel,- $35.
CRESCEN S Bevel Geared Chainless, $60.
Thtere is Ito hetter cwheel tmade at any price. Ask Crescetot riders
if this is not so. Make your selection new on a crescent.
M. STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
119 West Washingtono Street.
GRAN GER'S SCHOOL O0F DANCING*
$5.00 per Term of 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lessons by Appointment Bell 'Phone 246.
So ilotiefamouste e, Cream, hat
the differenace in that thte caldee
it gets the manre oh onrcrecam
It'sPrety CodyouwantMAC WHITE,
it S ret y C I d 110 S. MAIN ST.
Bell Statue, 166;Stats, 194,

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