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May 04, 1899 - Image 2

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national colors. The Cruiser Raleigh
was the chief object of interest, and
very fittingly fired the opening salute,
Fublished Daily (Sundays excepted) during the just one year before she had fired
College year. at the salute that meant Spain's down-
At the Essex Club banquet in
Or'ieoEo The BIlandot Phoes14enning Block. Boston, Secretary of War Long was
present and made a very able speech
MANAGING EDITOR. in defense of the administration's
F. ENoELHARD, '01 L. policy. He denounced the speeches
BUSINESS MANAGER. and the press reports which one can
o. H. HANS. '00 L. observe daily as being unpatriotic
EDITORS. and un-American. He contended that
Athletic Editor, P. W. JoNs,', every precaution had been taken to
T. R.A Wetoow, 'o, LA,.A MC osoALL,'01 E prevent a conflict and that the orders
G. D. HUDNUTT, '1 E. J. B. Woo, '00, which had been sent to Gen. Otis
C. L. Nncs, '99, C. D. CooL, '99, were for him to act wholly upon the
L. J.MONTGOMERY,'0, W. D. HIcKEY, ' 00M,
A. G. Bnoow,1. deesv. H manied tt
A.__ G._BR____,____. _ President McKinley had and was
doing all in his power to settle the
difficulty in a suitable Manner. He
said the best citizens of Manila, those
The subscristion price of the DALe is 52.50 for interested in the comnercial welfare
the collge year, with a regular delivery before
0oon each day. Notices, communications, and of the islands, were very desirous of
other matter intended for publication must be atectorate
handed in at the DAILY office before s p. m, aor Aerican pro
mailed to the editor before p. m. of the day
previous to that on which they are expected to LABORATORY MANUAL.
pubcriptions cay be left at the DAILY otfilce,
Meyer's, or stofflet's newstand, or with Business
Manager. Subscribers will confer a favor by Dr. Noc 8 Has Issued the Second
reporting promptly at this office any failure of Edition.
carriers to deliver paper.
All changes in advertisin matter mast be in Dr. Frederick G. Novy has re-
the office by 4 p. m. on the day previous to that
on which they are to aaoear. cently published and placed on sale
the secotad edition of lois book,
tIN CHARGE Os ToaA's tssE "Laboratory work in Bactesology.
W. 0. tItOEY. The work is much enlarged and thor-.
All liberty-lovitngipepe ill ap- oughly revised, and is the most comn-
Areof Presidtlet MKitley's actina plete work of the kind which is
proveon idlnt iyadier offered to medical students. It con-
o eappoitig Col. Futston brigadier tains such information that is essen-
getnral of vob uteers. This title has tial to the proper education, and as a
bravery n ot t hsar sith tceitsndr guide to the medical student. The
book is offered for laboratory work,
gens. He is not only a capable co- and the subject matter is treatedl in
mader, butt his heroic deeds have such a way as to follow the course of
startled the woie world. instruction as it is carried on in the
May 17th is tedayswhich has freshman year of the medical course.
beet set for tte t wtehng eot of the The first part of the work treats of
31st Michigan. As this is the the cultural, morphological, and
regimeti hich Ast if te by staining properties of the various
froim the Utiersity eliosted om organisms, their clinical relationship
fromtheUmvrsiy elised pme ein trate infor oflectures
actiont should be taken by the stu during treated ft form sf lThe
dents to give Co. A. a warm recep duing the first seneterk Th e
.tin uon ts etun.different cetods of swork svicl are
tisti upon its returo. recommended to the student are those
The sale of seats for the May which have been tested and employed
Festival is larger this year than at not only in the Hygenic Laboratory
any other t lle. There tas been an at this place, o t also in the leading
unusual large call for seats frotu ut Bacteriological itstitutes of Etrope
of town parties, which is an indica. as sell.
tion that the crowd will be' larger Blatk oages are left i ttvarious
this year ota at aty previots Fsti parts of the book for toe stnddtnt to
val. use in sketching from his own obser-
The assurance of a large crowd vation the chief characteristics of
speaks well for the reputation of the each organism studied.
formoer Fetivals, andoneiewvon sill The secotd part of the ok is
carefslly ierte the May Festival devoted to special lines of ork as,
Journal will be convinced that this room disinfection, examination of
year will be no exception, and the air, soil, water, etc., the subject
standardofentertaintientwillnotonly matter goes quiet in detail in re-
equal, but will be higher than at any gard to this important part of Bac.
previous Festival, teriology. A great many cuts, and
The greatest interest naturally mode of employment of the various
would center upon the Sembrich apparatus which are used in the work
Concert, so great care however has from a very important part of the
been employed it the selection of the wvrk.
artists who will appear, and in the Dr. Yutzt Goin Abroad.
arrangement of the various prograis Dr. Simon M. Yutzy, Denonstra
that there is really.no choice as to tor in Anatomy in the Medical De-
which will be the most entertaining partment will leave about June 1,
There is every assurance of a very for the laboratories at Vienna. While
large crowd being present and those in Vienna he will devote his time to
who have not secured seats had better the study of Anatomy, the advan-
do so at once as.there are only a few tage offered there being excellent.
desirable seats remaining. He will return to resume his work
C at the opening of the school year in
Demetl Day Celebration. October.
In nearly all the large cities last
Monday were held suitable celebra-. f Your Bicycle Needs
tions in honor of the first anniversary TO BE REPARED
of the battle of Manila. Itt Pila. eL
dephia the chief event was the naval Go to BIERIMAN"S,
parade. The harboratd vicinity
were elaborately decorated wtht the W a oshilgtof.

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