THE UNIVERSITYUOF MICHIGAN DAILY ,
2 TH UNVEEILTYOI? JCHGA~ AIL
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) durig
the College year a
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFFICE: Tes building. 32 S. Main S. be-
tween Liberty and Wiliaea St.
J. F. TOosAS. '00 L.
. H. HANS, '00 L.
H.1B. SKILM~AN, '55 L., Athletics.
E. L. Gonoen, '00 L. . D. HIDIUTT. '00.
BuTLn LAMB, '0 T. S. Wosnuow, '8
. .. AMrI5LL,'00. A. CAMurnm..'0.
F. Ese LnAus, '0f.
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tRegultarri'' of thicbaseoball roll.
didates xwibein in ithe gynnsillo
tomorrow afternsoon. Thes'ccol of Otpt.
Butler for candidates to start ii row
should be heded in odthat'rf wat i-
ever iiaterial itlprsort at tie ~I-
velsity nmay be brought (Oit and theii
best possible results otafisici.
Universal Day of Prayer.
Following 0is a itiioruriirt itof
the Uiversal Day of P'rayer for si
.deills: At tis' convs'ntioni of the
Worlds,'Sttdeit hristian tedration,
hld, at Wiliaiistown, ii Amei~a, iii
July, 1897. it wao deided unanimous-
ly by the illegats present roll: all
parts Of the worli that there should
be a day of univeal tarer for Su-
dents. hie tein tadei' :o::elienta
tbelonging to the Federationi were all
rolresetcs-namiely, the 0 olveilens
of Germiany, Great Britasi, Sadi-
navia, America, Astralaia, Sotl'
Afria, Japan, India sld Ceylon
China and of ot1hrNission Lands.
There wre also prsent delgatero
representintg the students of ilollans,
France and Switzerland. All the dle-
gates of these movements agreed to
unite ons a day in the first bl of Feb-ti
riary. This Was the only 11:1:0 in the
year oss whirh they founid it possiole
to unite. A majority Of 'the 1110ve-
mienlofavrmed Suday 1s the best day
of the week for this prpos. tfh
officers of the genral ommittee of
te Federation were authorized to fix
the exact- dte and to issue the al
for the observanice of the say, It was
tinderstsod that the leaders of sachs
nlational movement would take step
to ensure as general and lthoaougily
- observance of the day as possible in
their respsective ountries. Terefore
the general oanitlee of the World's
Student Christian eseration recon-
mends to all student Christian organ.-
rationls, to al Christin students, and
to the Church of Christ that Sunday,
Feb. 13 1898, be set apart to be ob-
served as a universal day of prayr
Theses neatly typewritten, t cents.
per folio (two copies). Call o or ad
droe S. A. Harper, 327 7. Liberty
Meeting of the W. I. A. A.
Graduate representatives of seven
universities it, the Western tutercol-
Iegiate A thletic Association met Sat-
itrday. They compose thie giaduate
romsmittee of the association, aind are
Georgo. Waldo, Wisconsin; S. It. Duffy,
Ilinois; J. E. iRaycroft, Chicago; C. S.
Wsilliston, Grinnell'; S. 5. Paq'.uin, '-liin-
wssota; L. D. Mfatibs, De t'auw, and
D. Im. Jackson, Lake Forest. Mlichigan
01' Califoruia scTOenot represented.
'he chief questisa of tse day wvas in
rss-'ar(l to the chloosinig of an athletis'
fisld wl~eresn 10 ioid tic' annuii
gaines 01' the association. No decisiron
was reached tby the coimaitles', bt.
sntwniitioittee, composed of illilliesoli
chalirmnili, tackson hind Msa~l ills, was
appointed to look, sip the matter anti
report to a, full coumitailse meeting in
'Two inopositiimls fo fielsvwere pre-
sentrsd to thicrom~uimtee. 't'1 Univ-er.
shty of Cisircago sent oflirial notice tiaint
this associatioinrssuld not'AMarstall
field. Ini case the offee' is lacreptcsi,
the University of Cieago autihorities
tirsiise to -make a ilirge 'number' of
iniprovenments, inluiding the rebuiild-
lug of the bicycle slid running tracks
anid ttie lying outt of a strip of
straightaway dashes. The gr'andl
stavs ill 'bi e -torn down where nosy it
is built. across the track ai tie north
end of the field, so that this whole of
thie track can be seen ty those in the
,tand1( aild on lihe fielsd. Giosuges 'to.
ward the betteriiig of. accolmnoda tom
for spectators ansd contestants are also
Th'is other litobosiltion was concern.
lug aiiiew track, iiow Iheleoggesustrtct-
Oh at 'Sixty-seveth llst. suitStony Us-
land live., This field is -to have arce
lent cycle track a third of a. mile in
le'igthi, insidle of which wiii be a run-
sling track, andc inside of this the !
athletic field. At grand stalid tt)() fret
isuig, as well a0 sbleacesrs, xviii be put
'flu committee decidedi that prepar.
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Monarch White Shirts.
Abouat 10 doz. Soiled and unlaun-
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We have a White Unlaundered
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Typewriter Machines '~
Crqusl any of the bila-priced machines inecapacity
" , (and quality of werkand eneel then is convenience.
,! Practicatlssowpriced, portable, keyboard me nues.
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lefg nealwas a Unicrsal keyboar.
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wvonldh notbe biarredl fromn competing
ini this' meet olf this year,lint 'hereaftcr
11o inuir'aii enter the gamieso who is
not a regular college stndeiit.
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The English Language .
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through the open tail-board. We ndvanced the same sentiment our-
selves oawhile eago eC.whesm.e C,... 0'.from..the. ...neet-..ewith5.fen-etashis-
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