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October 14, 1898 - Image 2

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2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
i~~f f ~Ragged. Work. . .41- .._ ._
The 'Varsity practice yesterday
Published Daily (Sundaye seepted) dering the was clharacierized by somie of the
(ollege yer, a raggedlest woirk ever seent on Regents
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN . lFieil. The scrub eleven fsrced the
Osac:CieleeclPer. lreegBtc.'Varsity 7.5 Yaruds by repeated linse
Beth Phoee 147 breakiing tuo the latter's live yard line~o Y:'
iwhiecnthey lest the teath.t .
MANAGING EIcTOR.r4
F.EEHARDsst, '01L. 'The 'Varsity atteimpted to punt
ISUSINESS 1VANASOEIL. but tier kirk was blocked and Smith, :
U. i. FlNSs, 'otL the ceniter, scoreild safety., The--
>i clOctS. 'Varsity aaade bat tite tiitchdowvn in -
Athletic Editor, T. B.WORWa,'to L. the 20 mintes play. The work of BE AL-9S SH
P. W. JaaS, '95. A.IB. MCDecteAL, i E, tlae 'Varsity hacts was deplorably yY
F. D. EANAN, '01 LC. 0.H.ceat, '05M, tpoor anal a brare teeds to he taken.
0. 0. Hecacee, 'tl B. Haninon, last year's fullback was
out and did seone guood piinting. He
<E will he otat regularly froiinest oin.
____ Streeb put up a good came at quarter
Thestahcriptiotic eroatthe DAILYts't2ttt0efer rthte Srrubs as diil WVlite lad uVc-
he college yer, wth a regtular deliverylaerearies
ronect ady. Netices, communiaationes, ad Dttiald at the tcls
ether maaitettetaed etrtptlicateittamuteit The teaiaes lined-upa as folloews:
haaded inattheetALY tlrtc lare8p .,o
amailed tc the editc efoarfte 3pi. ao f thte day SCaaUBS VARSITY.
preevetat te that oa whicthe arce expeeled t
appear. Brown, Saith..c .............tDye a
Sbbrieptiensmaye eftatiiithe 0AILY offie, Allen.,....r.Cl
Meryers, ee 5teiile'e eewitaed, er with Buiessaree . r. .........
Maneager. Subscreibers will caonfer a leeor by Kramer.. .1. g.......Bennett j
reportineg pramettly aattlis efite any failureeofei ftelonaild ....r.t.........Woed
caeriere tatdeleivereplpre. W ie ... .....t..... te
All ehaages int adverctiing aatirtea uti ie isn hl. . t-tee
the effice lay 45.1i. ot e lday epreiees te that IRirhard-on......r. e..a ..Tresizel
owhich thtey are to appa rt. (iachaw.... . 1. a....... ....now
Streeb .... . q ....Tarott
tea GuREsoe TeDAY'SatSSEa, Weeks ..........r. h.......Barabe
F. 0. EAMAN. Baldwin. .1. ....h ....Widatan
Hlannon.......f............Keena
Growing Warm. Anucmn.tll
The freshman lit ramnpaign protm- ta
ises to be more sensationlal' this year Studeats iishilng to make changes ; B Fre
than ever before. Thoe ponf in thteir electiiin of studies should w_________ tant

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Ponttiac, hlas aunounlcedl his inltentionl
to stanid for the presideltcy. Ben.
scoter, of Detroit, is also puolhiniga
vigorous camlpaign. Botth are indc-
pendealts, but one~ of theml is said to
have considerable fraternlity backing.
Both have been leaders ia scleools
fromn whicha they come antd earle con-
trol a numaber of side sires. A dark
horse froln Clirago to also said to be
possible, but the other two are coufi-
dent. A caucus will be held the
first of the week for the purpose of
securing harmoony among the factions,
but little is expected froit. i
Philosophical Societe.
The Philosophical Society will
meet for organization soonI. Some
delay in calling the first meeting has
been doe to the absence from college
this year of some of its oldest and
most active mnembers. However,
other interested members propose to
take the matter of reorganaization in
charge and call a meeting for that
cad as soon as poosible.
Regular meetings iwill be held dur-
ing the coming year, as is the customa
of the seciety. Most of thlose ill
probably be in chiarge oif thte students
themselves, tlaought addresoes from
members of the faculty will ulndoubt-
edly be given from time to time. It
is also hoped to secure s011e distin-
guished representatives of tile saab-
ject to lecture on special sulbjectso tf
interest to those takinlg philosophical
work.
Among the lecturers last year were
Profs. Caldwell, of Nortlawesterit;
Gilman, of Meadville; Dr. Carus, of
Chicago, and Mr. Mead, editor of thte
New England Magazine. Also a suc-
cessful meeting was held *in whlichI
the subject of the relation of classics
to philosophy was discusseil. It is
probable that joint meetings with
other departlmelats may also be se-
cured and the qtaestiou as to tlae
relation of philosophty to the various
sciences, and arts be discussed. An
announcement of thce plans for the
year will be published later.
President Charles Kendall Adams,
of Wisconsiu university, was in town
yesterday.

observe the followviing poinits:
Frotat aow tuntil Thlanlksgiving per-
m~ission to drop cork will be grallted
til liresenatatioll of gatod aaidlsuafficieatt
relasonls. By thtat timeatudhtlients solld
knocewlhether titeir work is too hteav y
or not. It is cuwto ao late to take up
new wvork with iaope of success. After
this weeck studelats will be allowed to
add a new coarse to their election of
studies only in vcry rare cases, slnd
for exceptioaaally strting reasons. The
fact thlat a student lisa been in at-
tenldance on a conroe withoeut havinig
elected it, will not effect the decision
of the Board.
A. IH. PATTENGILL,
Chairmana of thte Adtministrative
Board.
Tech Glee Club.
The Tech Glee Club muct yesterday
and organized for the coming year. E.
Anderson was chosen leader and F.
L. Browne, manager.
Tlae Nortmal Club will necet this
evelning awith Mr. Lathters, of 444 S.
Divisieat street. All normtalites are
cordially invited to be present.
There will be a mass mleeting of
democratic students, at Newberry
Hall, tornorrow mornling at 10
o'clock.
IATHENS THEATRE.
Monday Evening, Oct. 17'.
BELASCO & FYLE'S
Pepular Was Drama,
THE GIRL I LEFT
BEHIND IME.
I Pices 25, 5and 75scuts.
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