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February 25, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-02-25

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THE UNIVELimITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Oollegs year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHI6AN.
Orrica: Times building, 329, s Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
tAN tI ING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS,'00 L.
BUSINE4s SIANACIEII
O. H. HANS, '00 L.
EDIITORS
H. B. SIsIMA, '08 L., Athletics.
E. L. GEsEn, '9 L. G. D. HUDNUTT, '00,
BUTLERi LAMB, '00. T. R. Woonnow, '98
L . CAMPBELF, '0H. A. CAMPBELL,'99.
F. ENGELHiARtD, '98.
Thesubscription price of the Daiiy is $2.50
fsr the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion mast be handed in at the Daiiy officebe-
foxe 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. i., of the day preious to that on which
S exbscriptio mayt e left at The Daily
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office an failure of carriers to deliver paper.
The Daily for the remainder of the
college year will be delivered every day
for $1.21.
The Seniors will undoubtedly discuss
the class memorial question at its meet-
ing this afternoon. As usual all kinds
of plans and projects are in the air and
the annual bugbears are much in evi-
dence. The fountain nightmare, the
monument scare-crow and the scholar-
ship delusion are all on deck and live-
ly. Fountains and monuments as me-
morials are too rediculous to need ser-
ious attentions; leave the former for

Columbia's New Dormitory.
The plans for the first dormitory of
Columbia University have been com-
pleted, and the work of erection will
commence immediately. The building,
to be called "Hamilton Court" in honor
of Alexander Hamilton, will stand be-
tween 120th and 121st sts. It will be
nine stories high and will cover a plot
of ground 200 feet square. The rooms,
arranged either single or divided into
suites, will be furnished by the Uni-
versity, and will be sufficient in num-
ber to accommodate 800 students. In
addition to the private rooms, there
will be dining rooms, reading rooms,
public parlors, ainh a number of private
baths. On the ground floor will be the
quarters of the university physician
and the various managers, besides sev-
eral selected stores for the convenience
of students, including a drug store, and
a barber shop. The basement will con-
tain a complete heat and electric light
plant. The building will be completed
in time for the opening of college next
fall.
Notice to 'Varsity Candidates.
Friday night at 7 o'clock, in Room 9,
U. H., there will be a meeting of all
'Varsity candidates to start the season
off with enthusicAit and to give the
coaches an opportunity to outline the
season's training. Pres. Richards will
preside, speeches will be made by some
of the older players and Manager Keith
will speak of the schedule.
MANAGER KEITH,
CAPTAIN BUTLER.
To stick Rubber use MAJOR'S RUB-
BER CEMENT. Beware ! ! ! Don't

DINTER SHOBS
-OF-
Every Description.
A LARGE LINE OF
OCY USHOES
SEE OUR WINDOW?
BEAULS SIIO'0ES TOREt,
109 X. Mats Street. Oppos e
the Court House.
A Cleaning-up Price

$7.50

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.

'V

Imperial Hats for Spring on sale Saturday, Feb. ig.
The Shoe Store's
A busy place and humming with good news all the time.
There's a new story for every. day, though it's always to the
same effect: better shoes for less money. There are five
chapters for this week.
Wf. J. APRILL, i19 I. WASHINGTON ST.

anti-saloon leaguers and the latter for take a substitute.
dead men. The scholarship, idea was
proved by last year's class not to be

practical. There is a memorial, how-
ever, that any class might be proud to
leave behind it. Michigan greatly
needs a trophy room for the display of
the trophies won in athletic contests.
We praise the taking of daily exercise,
but it is safe to say that if there were
no intercollegiate battles there would
not be enough interest taken in the
"gym." to draw a hundred men to it a
day. It is the spirit of rivalry that
stimulates the majority of those who
develop their bodies and thus shake the
cob-webs from their brains. The tro-
phies we win are the visible embodi-
ment of this spirit of emulation and
they ought, therefore, to be kept where
stu#ients couid see them. This_ is no
matter of vain-glory or "brag," but a
matter of plain common sense. Let '98
put the money it raises into furnishing
a trophy-room and it will provide a
memorial in fact as well as in name.
The First University.
The University of Fez, ill Morocco,
called the Kerinine, was founded in
the ninth century by a woman native
of- Keronan, in Tunis, called Fatma
the Holy. Not only is this the earliest
of ali universities in existence, but dur-
ing the tenth and eleventh centuries it
was almost the only source of learning,
to which wandered students from all
parts of the world, Mahometan and
Christain alike.
COURSME X.

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