2 il-HE UNIVERScIT'VY 0
t axtinent, wasI appointed University
3I..JO 4 1, & v 14&J. etitor.Ile shopes that eventually tthe
Worlk of gathsering and editing thes
the College ear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Orine: Times hailing, 329 S Man St. be-
twees Lberty and Willises St.
J. P. THOMAS~, 05 L.
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H B. SILLM, '55 L., Athletics.
E. L. Gxissie, 'ii L. G.. HeDNsucv,'00,
Moxrss LAM, '0. 'T. R. Woououw, '95
t. &CAsrsnsL, '00. A. CoArnEL, '9
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The subscrtpto price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a eglar detery
before non each day. Notices commnia-
-lions, anod other matter intended for puhlic-
ion mot e handed in at, he Daily office e-
fare p. i., or aled to the editor before 3
p. i., of the day pevos to that on which
thee ae epected to a pear.
Suhscriptions may e lft at The Daily
Ofice,- Meyer's or Stoffet's Nwtand, or
with Business Manager Sbebers will con-
fer a favor y reporting promptly at this
office ass failure of carriers to dever paper.I
TIhe Daily has deided to msake the
unpreceeted oifer of $9.511 fothtie
reusaining three-foriho of tilt'c'lleg
your. You cannot keep iii olitvii
the University snless you have tie
Daly iu yor room; It 11a15co11e0to tbo
the represestatis e college organ,, ad
is filed acti cay with live, scurat
news, A promplt aidelritabts le lvrj
gets the paiter to eacti ss.''ies'
every day before 11001. Leave yosr
name and tddess at the Daily odcl,
329l) S.Main t., ''NsyStae 'kl-sh0,,
Regents Meeting for Deember.
T'he regular Decetiier,,ueeing of
the hoard of Uivetsity regets was
]geld Dec. 22. Presidenti Hutchins rad
his annmal report tnd tie oard (order-
ed 15,000 coties prinsed for tditribu
Treassirer ;Dotle repored tie re-
ceipts for the yor as follows: rcn
the state for crint exieses, $187,-
41018; frout the sate y secial p-
propriation, $10,000; earitigs tind nito>-
cellanieous sources, $9'9,939.48. Te
disbursemtents duing the year have
Prof. F, N Scott presened the re-
port of a committee appinted to fora)-
ulte a plan whereby tie ness of tie
Universiy may e circulated amonlg
the country newspaers itrughout-
the state, The comittee recoi-
mnend-ed. that somieuember of the lit.
era-y faculty he appointed to oraie
a hureau of University news and to
bekiawn a University editor; that
he Alumni News be nade tie offcal-
orgpan of the University,- and thata
part of its stace be under the super
vision of the Uiverity editor; and
hually, tat tabulletin or sews leter
be issued every other week for dis-
tribution by mail to the various ne-s-
papers of the state, T1he Alumni As
siationofered so ansnume the ex-
}deuse of riting and potage, and the
board voled $100 to sart the plan go-
lng. 'rF. Sct, o the English d
niews sil be assuted by tie depart-
ueit of blnglish ('stlmtosition
Ili executive session during tito aftc--
noon aund evening the " egits decid-
ed ts call the somen's gytniasittm the
hlathour' gymisnasium, as a constliieuir
Iso thte'lion. Levi L. Barbourt, of D-I
troit, wvhose tern of office s cetst
(-xpired this moth, They also decici
ed to name thte audience r'ooms in the
wonton's buildinig tebard Hll, in
hlonor (of ex-tegetitCharles Ie-ait,
of l'quattiing, svhise tern of ohie
expired in 18:35, stillwho gave$110
towards the building
A tote of thatk wssstedeed Io.
Orlando N1,Iarites, 'f Lawtisiu, fra
gift to the tUnivesiy of iihirty-seven
volutnes of rpolffs of tie scietific ex
iedition wvhichi cco'ipniieci till
Fren'ichl 10 Egypt undeer :Napoe--si l
Miss .EsieleyI. 3Hl illb, lrence
E. Davenport anid Beatrice Ieynvatin
were gradoted from the tospial as
trained nurses. George hoebo, il-
Mtrutsr i hstilosphly, stas gieis thle
degree of l'h. D.
Thle follosing Lsppiittnlsstiswere
itiade: Juill W. Snowv and I. G.
'litish-lake io be instructoini botany
"Hiill tile c-ld of te year. Dr. C. A.
loattloge, insrtctor In drmtatology
lis the thoteoatihicodeiartmlentswith-
outt pay, anldIH. IH, larke assisant in
the isoseluis withioutitsalryyitl place
of W. ;. t'raeger.
'h'lthcago olise'um. iime scene of
thle last two 5IC hganCiicago .foo-
b'il gaules, sw-s destroyedl by ire
ery t'lrisl'llis ese, the ttal lo'ss ag
gr('gstiilg $700,000. Ftie fire was
caused by the crossing of two electrc
wares ad fromn the tme it origiaed
until the buildinggveils a pile oftwisted
Iron iitd hot bricks less than twety
mlinutes elapsed. Aiotler company is
orgasizig to rhiuildl the structure oni
eveti a grander' scale thait before.
Guaranteed to please the most dis
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