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February 05, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVEH61TY'.'OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

2 THE UNLVEII~1TY' OF MICHI(*AN DAILY

lit ~ ~ in different parts ief the country. Sam-
~I,, ~ 'I~II~. iseville and Lady 'Margaret the (Ox-
ford women's colleges, Newnhti and
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) daring Girton, Cambridge and the Holloway
the College year, at College were to be the contttuet
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, inenibeis. Of these, Holloway alone
OrrionE: Times bultding, ai9 S Main St. be- wsaxootrH elsto fto
tween Liberty and William Ste. plait. And the refusal of the Oxfortd
MhAF~ING EDITOR and Cambridge colleges to join put ail
J. F. TaoMAs, '00 L. end to it. So Htolloway titlst still go
BUSINESS ,IANAS5E.R oeli prepsaring tier student-i fsr the Ox.
O. H. HAwS, 'maL. fordl and London examoinations, in tite
ElstTORS coonduct of which tieleatsm absolutoely
m. iB. SKILLMAO, 'SO L., Athletics, lio say. I may adid, tn onloo-uion,
E. L. Onooni, 'Os L.. G. 1D. IIUNontT,'. 'tittthe tirticle" Woitie t otOxford
BUTLER LAMe, '00. T. R. WOOROoW, '55ad amrig, erntdf h
1. &.. CAMrPniLL, '00. A. CAMPISOLL, ' oi atotitg, erioe ruttn
i. ENoELoARo, '58. "Qutarte-rly tRevieow," in I.ttell' "Ltv'-
ing Ago," of Januattry 22, conttalins
t0 rany o'fereio'es to Amterioanoinotitu-
Thesoubscription prtco of the Daily to $2.00 tl2S, anod 1'residentt Atoell is-iottit
for the college year, with avgular delivery thiihi iisqotd vryn .
hefore noon ehtdav. Noticesco eanoot a- oeiqitodsesoi

Before Haviag 'Your
t p'hto's akes INSPECT THE WORK
the Berry-man Studio
(Successor to Gibson & Clark)
112 West Huron Street, Ann Arbor.

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lions, and otlier fmatter litendedofoir publica- 10terested int hie'probleotf ott otototottoo
lion moot he handed in at the Daily otfieebe- ~'. . ~ ~ sol~iibtl
fose 8 p. in., or mtiled to thtioeditor befotre :ta- to ini the itizlito1r~iia 1f~Ct
p. in., of the tiny previous to that on which is tit stwhit it isCnfirontted atithOto
theyscrptin a b etat The DtilytiettottEnogiish scots ot learootiio.
Office, bleyers or Stofflet's Newtand, or
with Businesbanager Subcrirroi wilt coo- 0ottiglt too readt tilis articlt-.
fer a favor by reporting prtomptly at this I bl1itSi,ete..
office onefaiurco of carriers to deliver paper.
'tie Daily lioardoliteet-, today iii
Ilootit iJ, it 1it. Ill. Adelphi Society Tonight,

A Communication.
To the Etditoir of the U. of MA. I)oaily:
Sir-Moiy I Os' pertiited tol toittout
00 your manoiy reoade'r's who lore inte(r-
estet inithle edaitioluOti f woitjinthalt
lie re'maorksicootternting the 1101y01
Htolloway Collegt-, itoode in t'e irtolo'
"No Oxfortd Degrees fotr Wonieon," ini
your issue olithOe lrd ist., ore so,,t(s-
what misledtinig. 'This is doubtiles
ohue isot'e very rootitlioletl itonsion
whlic'i toe unive'rsity edueaottontof
womnoeiiows-occuiesl'itt Engloaid.
It is remiiarkoed that the ('ollege' is a
to'ttoaching college lt'intel'ntit wbit
thie'Untiversity of Lanont~t"; thatO "it
corre'sptonds to Amterican tiormatol
schotols, owhichliaie almtost nion-e'xisto'nt
in Einglando."
1lThe Ilolloswai 'to -llo'g' (Eglilitit, ttan
Liotdon) for tho' university colitnalioti
Of wvomen'i,maognifieettly ihousedl aind
ettdlooed by llH'llowaiy thoe tiloker of
the famoouis 1)1iswOOsoinedi i ':16.
hO is tn'w, anidtassaliways beent, uni-
connected oithi liy uniiveityoanid
has 00otpower tosconfer tdegrees.Ito
pepar('s its studenits to'rtto' Oxford
odegreetexaintionis, its witi(lt woutlo
illiy bike pa-A', anod te chassi-dl by th'
examiners, bitt 01 which titer gctiut
odegree. It ol-tso l'epaire'siforte ('x-
arr !natioits of the U'niversiity oef Lout-
den, which its-ioiteachoting ctollege
but is tin examtininighotly iture in(?
simple. 'Te college is lilk.' a smalt.
-Americanuliversty, itO 0 tiearis it
does work of te highest gloide; stitr-
;wise it is exacitl anlogouos to Sititi
or Vassoar. Probtably Bryn 1awt- is
its nearest Ametrican couterpairt.
There ore plenity of rolleges in Rulg-
land likei the Amteriocan isormooal scolos;
they gti by the iname of Troining Col-
leges.
'The misstatement has probablIy
arisen from the fact that,.whnt it bto-
caine evident that womien eooild not.
hepe to obtasin degrees froit Oxfaod
or Cam-bridge for nhuoler generao lti,
a movement for the institution, of oi
'Women's University was set on fost.
The proposed institution was to be of
a type which is wholly unknown on
this side, but is familiar iii England
in' the Victoria University. Thsat is to
say, the university was to consist of a
airnalber ofl federated colleges situiated

'T'e A(t(o11o1t1Sooiety itto oilt
at S olok. ' ot' sotliect forl deboteiest
its fotllos:s 'litolveol, hiOtlt'e t'-
(llii'etoeti foi'te baot'helor'., o tl'5ct
shoutldl 'e l*itittedto tiieero" 's5."
Theo'f firmtiv e, rt wsill ite uptheldl ty
'ihossiot. it. ('. Snlttitotoi iaitl1I..C. IFod-
doeisoon; -otn thet' o'gttis'e tillbett' 0.(.
BrillhttanosTol. .A. Evlits. A t 100.1A
tiscusitonoilol follow' tietdeitote. .Xf-
ttr 0111' togratthettrt'owill bt' ai Ooti-
tics iiooetitsg !uth l t'nittn of -05-
o'er~s for ttttheesuintg tol'Ittr.
'The soleItt reserved seal-i fonrte
Cuilmatt ogratscoincert begin sto-
day morning, Feb. 7. Soats wtay Ott'
re'served a0 Cilkins' Drug Store lol
Staites sO., or ait Wetmtore's Bookstore
oak Main St. There is -to extra rharge
tsr reserved seat~s.
To stick toings use Mlajir's C,!,n(iot.
Besware ! !l Don't take a substitute,
IF YOU WANT THOE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEiON & CO.,
237, ia9, i41 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
Designs isd estimates fursished on all work
of this kiod.

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Fine Confections
Bon Bons and
Chocolates.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. .,irg~j YwAneoRiS
316 SOU1FH STATE STREET. PLNDO QLNS
Q MUSICAL ! @ Ei lARaBAJ.
Mtel Gillespie, lead er of Mandolit, Bano! TA SNBA J
and Guttar. Instructor in the Unoiversity T he Washburn is the sue and only
Sghool otflMtsic. 18 years experience ass maoke of world-wide reputatiotn. Sohl
a teacher. Call at Ann Arbor Mtusic Cu's. byyfhrst-chaos dealers everywhere fron
Store to arrange for houro. t . . t o upward. Imitated extenoively,
soo be sure that the name "George
'a-shbbrn" is burned upon the inide.
MONEY' LOANED A tocautitul Washburn .Book containt-
On Watches, Diamonds, Wvheels or oter Per- 'too portraits and letters from the De
sonal Prouperty. eszkes, Calvel, Faines, Nordica, Scal-
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. cht andtooc other famous artists aiod
oor Itiot.Alitostosseondettil.Oous, tootlotes, ailed free 5upon reqoteot.
.Office at residence, 031 E. Liberty St.. Ann Ar-'iltroess Dept. U,
O to ilotO a.s. unt Ilto holO and 7to so. m.LON&ssy
Joseph C. Watts. 0 toi. Wabash Aie. aid d Sams St,tCicao.
Bargains in Second-hatid Watches and Dia -________________
monds.

Stdns Lecture Associ'ati'on
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR
SOU SA' BAD
The Greatest Musical Organization of its kind
in the World. This Superb Band composed
of fifty men assisted by . . . . ;
MISS MAUD REESE D AVIS, Soprano, and
MISS JENNIE HOYLE, Violinist

I WILL, BE AT-
fll, Saturday Night, February 26

d * Season Ticket for Remaining Numbers $1.26.
Reserved Ticket for Remaining Numbers- 25c extra
e . e. " eCONSISTING OF
__________________Sou&'s Band---------------------------- -----------Feb. 26-
w. w i w~ Orat nieal Contest------------------------------ ------- March 18.
SBurton ---------------------------------------------April 8,
AT EN THE $ PROGRESS OF OUR SHOE SELLIN ....
TO N 1 C H TtI characterized by such undeviating satisfaction anod soch increasing enthu-
TON ~ HTsiasm that we appreciate the values morn than over ourselys. We are delighted
seeing others delighted.
iLadhes' Colored Call Band-Made Boots. $5400 line -----ts$.5
Digby B ell Men's Black and Tan Shoes, heavy noleostliS0 grade---4.00
$ ig y el $WfI.J.A RILL, 119F. WASHINGTON ST."
$ Presenting the Ne5w Comedy, ___________________________________
"The Hoosier Doctor" I Prt !CE. and rhe Daily is shosrt the folowing
Parquet---- e_,-$ - Banking,th lesson for ohe liro t 'eci- mhake satisfactory arrangenients with.
Pasquet tircle.--.---------- t ation next sweek will he the Bank of anyone who cam furnish same;.
V Balcony-. .------------ iS---- 5
Gallery -------"_--.25 Germany in addition 10 the Monk of Numbers 1, 7,. 45; 56," 66,.851, 133, 179,.
9%A, France. 20.

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