THE U.MNVES1'TVt OF MICHIGAN DAILY
Address-"The Crisis of Political
+ s Liberalism" .. .Pres. B. Aidrews
Music... . . .America
Published Daily (Sundlays excepted) during The exercises will commence at 2:30
the College year, at o'clock. The law classes will meet at
the law building and march to Uiver-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. sity Hall at 2 o'clock. The place of
OrFIce: Times building. 329 S. Main St. be- meeting of each class and the class
tween Liberty and William Sts. marshals follow:
MANAGING EDITOR The seniors will meet in the law li-
J. F. THOMAs,'00 L. brary. The class marshals will be
SE - t Wheeler, Pagleson, Wright, Connolly
BUSINESS SIANAER and Lawler.
The juniors will meet in the law lee-
EDITORS ture room. Class marshals will be
H. B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics. Egan, Caley, Matthews, Anderson and
E. L. GEIsMER, '93 L. G. D. HUDNUTT,00. North.
BUTLER LAMB, '00. . T. R. WOODROw, '98
I. A. CAMPBELL, '00. A. CAMPBELL,'99. The freshmen will meet i nrooms 11
F. E sNELHARD,'98. and 12. Class marshals will be Hars,
Thompson, Means, Thomas and Mc-
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thev are expected to appear.____
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Office, Meyer's or Stofilet's Newstand, or The 40th anniversary of the Students'
with Business Mlanager. Suberibers will cor-
fer afavor by reportlisgpromptly at this Christian Association will bE celebrated
offce ass failure of carriers to deliver pase.
in Newberry Hall, March 4, 5 and S.
The suspension of Football Manager On Friday evening, March 4, there will
be a reception given by the board of
Hiughes as a sesult of the inveslcgati'fl trustees of the Association to the citi-
of the "Honey" Stuart case is a cur ozens of Ann Arbor, the members of the
prising outcome. Mr. Hughes was him- faculty, and to the alumni. On Satur-
self a member of the board of control day evening, March 5, there will be a
that was instrumental in appoiciticig on meeting devoted to addresses of a his-
torical and reminiscent character at
investigating committee, and that he which the following alumni will speak:
was in any way implicated was not ex- Professor Delos Fall, of Albion College;
pected. It was undoubtedly as hard for Mr. Clark Gleason, of Grand Rapid6;
the board to take the action it has, as Professor Alexis Angell, of Detroit, and
others. Professor D'Ooge, the president
it wan severe on Mr. Hughes; but hat- of the board of trustees, will close the
ing found him guilty of a breach of meeting with an address. Following
trust as a member of the board of con- this meeting an informal reception will
trol of athletics it was certainly their be given by the S. C. A. to the studeits
duty to punish him as well as anothcr. of the University of Michigan, and to
the Rev. John H. Barrows, of Chicago.
Although the offense of Mr. Hughes Sunday evening, March 6, Dr. Barrows
was in no way committed for any sel- will speak in UJniversity Hall upon
fish purpose or for his private gain, it "Triumphs of Christianity in the
is one that cannot be condoned if purity Orient."
in athletics is to be attained. The Xi Psi Phi fraternity will give a
Washington's Birthday party at Graing-
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. er's Tuesday evening. Several of the
__'alumni will be present.
(Continued from first page). IF YOU WANT THE BEST
1im in regard to public utterances.
President Andrews feeling that com- FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
plianee would limit his freedom of .BADGES OR PINS
cpeech, tendered his resignation. At Send to
its next meeting the corporation after
listening to protests from the united SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
alumni and faculty, voted to reconsider 237,239,241Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
.nd asked President Andrews to with- Designsand estimates furnishedon all work
draw his resignation. Meanwhile Dr. of this kind,
Andrews had become affiicted with the
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A Cleaningmup Price
We bunched together about one hundred Men's Sack
Suits-Suits that have sold for $10.00 and $12 00 and they
are worth every penny of it today.
But you expect to buy clothes at this season for less
than a regular prices, and we are not going to disappoint
you. We never do. Our bargains are always genuine-
what we tell you you can rely on. Money always re-
funded if goods are not as represented.
Imperial Hats for Spring on sale Saturday, Feb. 19.
new Cosmopolitan Univorsity, and for
a time his return ,to the college was
doubtful. On September 18, the day
before college opened, he announced his
intention to return and faculty, and
students united in the biggest celebra-
tion ever held at Brown.
The President is well liked by the
students, isur surpasned in the lecture
room. and aken x broad view regard-
ing athletics. "Nothing," he says,
"pleases me more than a good baseball
Besides the principal address, the
program will include the introductory
address by Acting-President Hutchins,
two songs by the 'Varsity.Glee Club,
vWhich makes its first appearance this
year, and a piano solo 1 y Mr. Louis
Elbel. The 'Varsity band, which made
its initial appearance at this time last
year may also be present. The pro-
gram in full follows:
Music ............ ..Yellow and nlue
March from Suite, Op. 91........ Raff
Mr. Louis Elbel.
Introductory Adress ...........
..,Acting- President H. B. Hutchins
Students' Lecture Associ*ationf
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR
SOUSA'S -BA D
The Greatest Musical Organization of its kind
in the World. This Superb Band composed
of fifty men assisted by
MISS MAUD REESE DAVIS, Soprano, and"
MISS JENNIE HOYLE, Violinist
-WILL BE AT-
University iall, Saturday Night, February 26
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ReservedTicket for Remaining Numbers 25c extra
Sousa's Band--.------------------------- --Feb. 26
Oratorical Contest.--------------------------March iS
Burton .-- ... ..---- ..- ...- ........-......April 8
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