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February 23, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVEi&TY.OF MIQHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunays excepted) during
the olege year at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MlICEISAN.
OrinE: Times building. .2 g :St. be-
tween Liberty and Willi)s ;
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS,'00 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER -
O. H. HANs, '0 aL.
EDITORtS
H. B. SKILLMAN, '9L ., Athletics.
E. L. Gxsnun, '9 L. G. D. HnUTT. '00.
BUTLER LAMB, '00. T. R. WOODROW, '98
1. A. CAMPBELL, '00. A. OAMPBELL,'99.
F. EGELHARD, '98.
The subscription price of the Daily Is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon ech dy. Notices, conmunica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be-
fore 8p. m., or mailed to the editor before 3
i.f the day previous to that on which
~eyar~eexpected to apear. tTh al
Subscr ptIons maye left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Subcribers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office anv failure of carriers to deliver paper.
Whist Matters.
The executive committee of the
Whist Club met during the late inter-)
mission and transacted very important
business. G. A. Miller was appointed
captain of the four teams that went
to Jackson Tuesday to compete in the1
tournament of the Central Division ofr
the Michigan State Whist League. Th g
four teams to represent the Universitye
were Hyde and Driggs, Miller andq
Murrell, Ellsworth and Russel, and t
Bowen and Hawkhurst. The chancest
for the success of the local players aree
very good.v
Another important action was ton
change the method of ranking the play-
ers. After this the teams will not be y
ranked upon the number of points wona
or lost, but upon the number of games, t
each night's play being counted one
game. The old -method of playing 3
boards, no overplay, will be used to de- F
termine the winners each evening.c
This method seemed more equitable and F
just, as it would prevent any team r
from jumping up in rank a dozen
places, or of going down the same num-
her of picos by some erratic playing
,1 co evening,
,The prest standing of the teams ac-
cording to the new method of ranking
is as follows: 1, Driggs and Hyde; 2, S
Ellsworth and Russel; 3, Miller and
Murrell; 4, Raynor and Gorenflo; 5,1
Lowe and Person; 6, Robinson and Bab- of
cock; 7, Lamb and Prentis; 8, Jones and
McMaster; 9, Flansburg and Burk-
hardt; 10, Gross and Wisner; 11, Bowen
and Hawkhurst; 12, Verdier and V-
dier; 13, Clark and Baldwin Ki3' j
and Batchelor; 15, Fisher tog,
ley: 16 Murphy a.' and Beards-
Cambl ndL- , Phllipson;17,
Campbell and L ned; 18, Marshall and
Jones;19, cMillan and Sherwood; 20,
Danfor .0and Danforth; 21, Huneston
a, Brillhart; 22, Idema and Voorheis;
h3, Bigelow and Gabriel; 24, Skillman
and Elbel.
A few rules, formulated by the secre-
tary to insure promptness in play and
to prevent talking or comparing of
scores during the progress of the
games, were alsotadopted.sAn amend-
ment to the constituton was also re--
ported favorably increasing 'he semes-
ter dues from 2to 50 cents each sem-

Handball Tournament.
So successful in every particular has
the handball tournament in singles,
which is now drawing to a close, proven
that it has been decided to hold an-
other in doubles. Every day of play in
the singles has seen the interest in-
creasing until now it is at fever heat.
That this interest may not be allowed
to die out it was announced yesterday
,that the athletic association would of-
.fer three prizes to be contested for in
doubles. The first round will be play-
ed next Saturday and already several_
teams have'entered. Entries should be -
left with. Dr. Fitzgerald, at his office
In the gymnasium.
The Fresh Laws Talk.
The freshman law oratorical prelim-
inary was held Monday night in the
law lecture room. The judges were
Prof. Knowlton, Rev. McElroy and
Mr. Ingraham on thought and composi-
tion and Prof. Lane and Messrs. Gray
and Stivers on delivery. 0. H. Hans,
of the Daily, presided.
The contestants with their standing
in order in thought and compositionSu
were: Montgomery, 7; Cloud, 8; Means, are
10; Schacht, 11; Jones 11; Brown, 16.
On delivery the orators stood in or-
der Montgonmery, 4; Means, 5; Schacht,
10; Jones, 13; Cloud, 15; Brown, 16. ta
The final ranks were as follows: yot
Montgomery, 11; Means, 15; Schacht,
21; Cloud, 23; Jones, 24; Brown, 32. whi
Sophomore Preliminaries. fun
The sophomore class will hold their
preliminary for the freshman-sopho-
more meet Thursday afternoon, be-
ginning at 3 o'clock. All candidates are
expected to be present at that time.
There have been many out trying for
the various contests and sharp compe-
tion is looked for in the majority of
events. Track Manager McLean is
vgq- confident of victory for the sopho-
mores and expects to see some good
marks made by his men. Most of last
ear's team are now in active training
nd many new men have handed in
heir names.
General Biology 3.-Evidences and
actors of Organic Evolution. The
lass will -meet on Thursday evening,
'ebruary 24, ir the museum lecture
loom, at 7:30 o'clock.
F YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
WITH, STURGEON
237, 239,241 Woodard p.e, Detroit.
Designs and estimat rhedonal
this kind, .l-Wr

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-OF-
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109 N. Main Street. Opposie
i_.. _thse Court-House."
Cleaniiigup Price

$7.501

We bunched together about one hundred Men's Sack
.ts-Suits that have sold for $10.00 and $12 00 and they
worth every penny of it today.
But you expect to buy clothes at this season for less
n a regular prices, and we are not going to disappoint
i. We never do. Our bargains are always genuine-
at we tell you you can rely on. Money always re
ded if goods are not as represented.
Imperial Hats for Spring on sale Saturday, Feb. ig.
You will miss the opportunity of your life
time if you fail to hear
SIOUSIA'S

The World's Most Famous Band, at
University flall, Saturday Night, February 26
The S. L. A. Board have decided to place the prices within the
reach of all.
RESERVED SEATS 75C AND $1.00. GENERAL ADMISSION 500.
Reserved Seats on sale at Palmer's Drug Store, State St., Wednesday,
9 to 12 o'clock; Thursday, 9 to 12; and all day Friday and Saturday.
Season Ticket for Remaining Numbers $1.00.
Reserved Ticket for Remaining Numbers 25c extra..
EXPECT AS MUCH AS YOU LIKE
When you come to-us for footwear; we will try and meet
your highest expectations.

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