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February 09, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-02-09

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THE UNIVEL 61TY-OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

J5TEUIET FMCIA AL

..~~'2-~~t ~ follow ing, graduation renters OOt 11 T Pr..a'
fL. t proofessional or business tarertand nt.inrqunty.1 .n4st~nLXaxs
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during thorugh 'notromstiion Ibmdefrorot
the College year, at taob ntuto ylcue i
THE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN. ┬░ot fOtttttoi0 tl'ooiti
irtt'ittit being to afford lrtnathe kd
OrricsE: Times building, 329 S Main St. be- e stooibe information regarding tetenLbryadWlimSs
occepntiosbertyifanddWilliam Sts.~l
MAGIGEDITOR oeittinIflftMailIt oal
MA~OIOit cbooewits knowle dge .,r~tIE~rthuah
J. F. TuoMAS. '00 L. ;*'"
--with tretidice?>vlES xa.E5.hod t hrui i tntol-
0. it. DAoS, 'to L.
EDITORS
It. 1B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics. attte, te tyctiag;ictl tids o 1(1
E. L. OnISuEst,'05 L. G. D. ilUxeaT, '00. ttttLio tt to t io plty we'doi-'elatil
BUrTLit Luoe,'tO. T. 1R. WoonoOW, 'Ox and the ptopaer briibt fcitdN k APEL 0. A APEL'9 el Cnttt nigiog tit (Of (of
F. ENsEtLnAIO.'O.N o
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0t. If Lati ansdlsriok ottottldlb
oittled fiot toe c'o ietila it schtodLike the

SHOEBST
-OF-
Every Description..
A LARGE LINE OF
7MI CSHOES
SLE OUR WINDOW?
BEIAL'S SUEI STORE~
10')-. .Main Strre. Oppusle
., " the Court IRouse.
[ime
present to buy an Overctoat. We
Afinished tatting stock aind find we
re Overcoats than we wish to catty
t they are worth today from $1.00 to
)re than they were when we bought
to new tarifif you all know is the
this) to be short and to the point we
you the prices ton themr for thac next
ks.
------------------------------------------------------$18.00
-------------------------------------------------------$14.00
-------------------------------------------------------$10 50
--------------------------------- -------- -------------$ 8.00
------------------------------------------------------ $7.00

The subscription price of the Daily is $.50
fur the college ,year. with a regulardelivrery
beforo noon eails day. Nttcers, communion'
lions, and other matter intended for pubica-
lion must be handed in at the Daily omt'ie be-
fuse 8 p. m., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. in., of the day previous to that on which
they are expected to ofppear.
subscriptitons may be left at The Daily
Office. Meyer's or Stotlet's Newstand,. or
with Business Manager. Subicribers will roo-
fer a favor by reporting protmptly at thi.
office ann failure of carriers to deliver paper.
'7Nl'.ttiotwo issuti'will 'etho' l' ti.
lntlei' ofthIe Dualy until fter t'e
ztteittiall of ittiitr of the facuty
atti of slodeclo to tile boits forti'lt
ptltcedilin lie 'variosittiltlingo.('ola
inttiend'tlfioethe nittlat~y", i >,oe t
ctllet't'tbty 4 p.Ilii. The Datily invite"
ito rc ier,totisn ake tis" of thbistitait
From the Cosmuooitanl.
W' it a vlew'to liiakitig ctat'tt ei
optinionso held regarding tie tirent-
daty iittalstind mieilthdsot rilileliti.
iii' ettoir of $1.0 ('ostooltllliiill
fotw-atdt't to lie chief olitersofitthoe
iraditig ittiv roiit'os of tile United
Sitates, Etigltitisiand (it iantty eii'fol-
lowtig:
1. 'hefit rst aticle of the etlueti-
hona1 oeries whicihlthattbettn ptblishted
ii 'hfl toplolilttiwasisftouiidt'tilil-
til the following hyotsist: "'lilt'
purstit of tall -taittkidits t alltittits.
'Tere is110o olier iasti ton whtitu
31:3 tetittble iteory of educteaion for
yotith nlay blit' bilt ltanthltt the
tratinitig received tendso, ilrte highest
tegreebtoardi those 'otnditosof
ittdititiantI Isody wichiebii fistbrver
to briing happoiinesslit tine' indtivttuli
educa'tldiiantltottoeabotutthimt.
'-illt, tit least, is t in'itleal loss-turd
wh'lichi education mutst move ssitb ever-
(utiikening otridies."
Do you believe thattis is til t iat
itdeai? If not--what?
2. Do you think tht thle traliiti
of the hindat of yotuth catit te art-out-
:lihed by thie study of Phsysics, theti-
lofty, 'Physiology, Psychtoiogy and
English.,(dertoan atid Frenchi Litera-
ture as itooughtly tistoy that f ILatins
tnd Greek?
3. 'il ntea etirtiettititmade ilt)
of the scien'ces aitd nmoderin literatture
develop the reasoning powers to a
higher degiee than one in which tile
study of Latin andi Greek is the ief
factor?
4. Inusonsucli as the stuldenst, in a
l< rge perentage cof eases,iutmdia'lely;

(six years) tisticolleg;e footr year::).
woultlo fre 101not'e, aml' lime 11(tothave :us
otly- to troillthe hint ilo l cict'Indo ttti'have moi

loot oolout lototego'h tihelbaitgsimot-
Itoh I. it f-isto on o-to'l ilt' Itoilgo lip.-l
tI.t at 'io-o litf'tit- ootiic1 slll'foolows';
7. ito you oi lo tha tt Ilobtshould 0:.
otatineod foo teito's00toportnt 0001-
it's toy oittill tg lortho tlo-toii tt' 'are
I. n lott t:til"?lltl i
lolleitto 10itt ltlo'e, 1s lootof tet
daly dustisieIetooisesufiien totae-t
hattll'iitt o to aililoo hea ol ii . a
itotxiotoit of etO. tootc *?
ARABICl.

over (yet
x'1.50 DmC
tthem-h
cause of1
wilt give
two weei
rcoats-
;rcoats-
rcoats-
,rcoats-
:roats -

$25.00 Ove
$20.00 Ove:
$15.00 Ove:
$12.00 Ove:
$10.00 Ove:

An itrlodutoryCototrse 0i ti ito e
iii toe givent tile 2tadSetmetstel tyitre- tI
titueot of some sttodenlotsalob illn 3
thled. Stdents 'it Io tie maitgC-0 A
specially of lti it' e t~tls .111o.4
hose expectihig to study lIet 0 1ar1
initied to joti tile tclass. AnXc ii-; 1
rollionent is tdesirable, us boots :iohi _________________________________________________
tbe ordleredh frottit abroaod.'1'lis la.ss!
trill meet twice a week ortluours to
sut the roin-enlienee oftrie e t rliT1e r s o i o
JAMPTo slick tings usc 01:1)ru's t,!,-let.
Bleware ! !! Don't lake a stibsttitte. DON'T FAIL TO HiEAR~
IF YOU WANT THlE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,! C
BADGES OR PINS -.
Send to
iMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
137, 230, 211Wsoodard Ave . Dtroit. The Greatest Musical Organization of its kind
Designsnd estimates furnished on nih wontan
of tits Lin. -in the World. This Superb Bn composed
of fifty men assisted by

$ATHENS THEATRE
Bob
Fitzsimmons$
AND BIG$
$VAUDEVILLE COMPANY.
AParquet Circle ----------------------.75
Balcony- ------------ --.......350 V

MISS MAUD REESE DAVIS, Soprano, and
MISS JENNIE HOYLE, Violinist
-WILL BE AT
University fll, Saturday Night,. February 26
Season Ticket for Remaining Numbers $1.201.
Reserved Ticket for Remaining Numbers 25c extrT
CONSISTING OF
Sousa's Banil------------------------------ --Fgb 26
Oratotrical(Contest-------------------------- --------March A8
Burton----------------------------------------- ----April 8
Turn and Twist
Your money os you may, there's no shoe in towna will ,yield
such satisfactitn as this $5.00- line of Enamel, Box Calf and
Russia' Leather Shoes we're selling at $3.98.
WilKn. J. A P RIL L. 11"fig'2. WASHINGTON ST.

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