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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Published Daily.(Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFFICE: The Inland Press, enning Blockl.
Both tPhones 147
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENaELHARD, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
o. H. HANS, '00 L.
EDITORS.
Athletic Editor, T. R. WooDROw, '00 L.
P. W. JONES, '99, A. H. McDOUALL, '01 E
F. D.EAMAN, '01 L, C. H. LUND, '00 M,
G. D. HUDNUTT, '01E.
The subscription price of the DAILY is 2.50 fo
he collgee year, with a regular delivery before
nooneaAh day. Notices, coaaunications, and
othe matteriateded orepubicatione mut b
handet inia tIthe DIoafie bere lees8 p.m., o
mailed tte edittr beoe 3 p. m. tofSie dt
pretat to that oawichth ey re expeted t
a ear
1ubsteeiptios may be let at the DILY offiee
Meyert, or Stoflet' tnewteud, or with Butines
Maage, Sahbscieet willcnea favtorteb
reporing prsoeply at thi offeeaany aiue o
carriers to deliver paper.
Allchanges n averteig mattesmust he ie
the otfiee y 4 p. m. ta the ay peioos to thai
on which they are to appear.
IN Cu oAE OF TODAY's ISSUE
P. W. JONES.
The October Alumnus.
The first issue of Vol. V, of the
Michigan A lumnus has appeared.
The general style of the magazine is
the same that it has been during the
past year, with the exception that
the size of the printed page has been
perceptibly enlarged, thus making a
considerable increase in the amount
of reading matter.. James H. Pren-
tiss, '96, continues as editorm-chief,
and Prof. Fred N. Scott, '84, as uni-
versity editor, Shirley W. Smith, '97,
succeeds L. A. Pratt, '96. as manag.
lug editor. The Department of Ne-
crology will e looked after y Prof.
I. N. Demmon, and the news of the
graduate club reported by Norman
K. McInnes, '98. Frank S. Simons,
'98, will have several pages each
month devoted to the athletic situ-
ation in the University. The Under-
graduate Assistants are R. H. Ells-
worth, Margaret Mason and Euphe-
mia Holden.
The present iumber presents as its
initial article, "Tue University of
Michigan as seen hy an Outsider ,"s'yt.
" ten by Prof. Wenley. Among others
may be mentioned "The First Year
of the Alumni Association and What
it has Accotnplished," by W. N.
Brown, '70; "History of the Chemic-
al Laboratory," by Prof. A. B.
Prescott, and "arly Days of the Uni-
versity," y Winfiled Smith, 48.
The first of a succession of biograph-
ies of prominent business and pro-
fessional alumni, is that of A. A.
Robinson, C. E. '69, and M. S. '71,
president of the Mexican Central
Railway Company. The different
departments have each been filled
with interesting matter by their respec-
tive editors.
A prospectus of the magazine for
the year is printed in this initial
number, and presages a useful and
successful year for the Alumnus.
Among them the most interesting
features, will be the "War Number,"
which will appear in December, and
be devoted to Michigan men in the
late war.
Suiton Van Pelt, A. F. Everett,
R. M. Fox, C. G. Newton, A. L.
Harris, Fay Woodmansee and F. F.
Gillen, all '98 E., are on the U. S.
Deep Water Survey, Champlain, N.

Special Lectures in the Medical De-
partments.
A special series of lectures has
been arranged for the Medical De-
partments of the University for the
present year. In the Department (if
Medicine and Surgery, Secretary
Ienry B. Baker, A. M., M. D., of
the State Board of Health, will pre-
sent the subject of the Administra-
tion of Health Laws; Dr. William
A. Edwards, Superintendent of the
Michigan Asylum, Kalamazoo, will
lecture on insanily as will also the
following: Dr. James Munson, sup-
erintendent of the Northern Michi-
gan Asylum, Traverse City; Dr.
Edward A. Christian, superintendent
of the Eastern Michigau Asylum,
Pontiac; Dr. Samuel Bell, superin-
tendent of the Northern Peninsula
r Asylum, Newberry; and Theophil
Ioingman, special pathologist to the
State Asylums. In the Homepathic
Medical College, Dr. O. R. Long of
the Michigan Asylum for danigerous
and criminal insane, located at IOia,
will treat the subject of Mental Di-
seases.
The DAILY is in receipt of "The
Groundwork of Science, a Study of
Epistotnology," y St. Gerge Mi-'
vart,tM. D., Ph. D., F. R. S. (New
York: G. P. Putiam's Sons. Lon-
don: Bliss, Sands & Co. 1898. The
Science Series.) This book is a seri
ous attempt toexpress the fundamen
tal assumptions of the most general
nature upon which science rests at
the present time. Its value is in
bringing clearly to consciousness,
upon a dualistic basis, the fact that
the universe can be explained only
as "the action of an all-pervading
intelligence," that is, that it is ra-
tional. The weakness of the book
lies in the fact that this intelligence
is regarded as "unimaginable, that
is, as separate from and altogether
'unknowahie to the humanl mind. The
author has not advaiced beyond tte
position of contemporary English
thought as represented by Spencer
and Huxley.
A Nen Geological Work.
"Rivers of North America" is the
title of a work soon to appear from
the press of G. P. Putnam's Sons.
It is the fourth volume in the geo-
logical series by Prof. Israel C.
Russell of the University. The titles
of the first three volumes-are: "Lakes
of North America," "Glaciers of
North America," and "Volcanoes of
North America." In character aid
scipe this last voluie is very similar
to those that have already appeared.
ATHENS THEATRE.1
Monday Evening, Oct. 17.
BELASCO & FYLE'S
Popula war Drama,
THE GIRL I LEFT
BEHIND ME.
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Hangsterfer's, on State St.
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