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February 28, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-02-28

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THE UNIVER61TY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OrFcE: Times building, 329 S Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THoMAS,'00 L.
- BUSINEsS SMANAGEI
O.1H. HANS, '00 L.
EDITORS
H, B. sKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics.
E. L. GEIsMER, '93 L. G. D. IUDNUTT.'00.
BUTLER LAMB, '00. T. R. WooDRow,'98
L A. CAMPBELL, '00. A. CAMPBELL, '99.
F. ENGELHARD,'93.
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before noon each day. Notices, communica-
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tion must be handed in at the Daily officebe-
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Subscriptions may e left at The Daily
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with Business Manager Subcribers will con.
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office an failure of carriers to deliver paper.
The success of the Sousa concert Sat-
urday night was most gratifying both
to the patrons of the course and to the
management. Excellent music finely
played and an immense crowd well
handled combined to mhake the occasion
a memorable one. This concert should
effectually dispel the idea that nothing'
but "classical" music is wanted by Ann
Arbor audiences. The notion that Uni-
versity Hall is to be held sacred to the
"classics" has at last been given aj
quietus. Let us hope that it wili neverI
be resuscitated.j
Teachers Wanted. 1
The regents of the New Mexico Mili-

Harvard Gymnasium. INTER SHOES I
In the Physical Training Dsepartmrient
of the Harvard Summer Schooi for 1897
there were seven lecturers, eighteen in- Every Description-.
structors, and nine student instructors. 'A:LARttE LINE OF
Lectures were given on thirteen sub-
jects; such as, Applied Anatomy, Phsi- ,U EML
cal Training, Elementary and Experi- SEE OUR WINDOW?
mental Physlogy, Phsysical 93asis of I
~mentalP Life, etc. In addition, practical
class exercises were given in the follow- BEALS SHOE STaRE,
- 100 X. Main Street. Opposte
ing courses: Free Movements, C0Malis- the Court eouse.
thenics, Light Gym nastics, Miiitary
Drill, Methods of Condacting Squad,-
Class or Divion Exercises, Gymnastic
Dames, Delsarte Movements and Relax-
Class or Division Exercises, Gymnastic
Heavy Gymnastics, Track and Field
Athletics, IBoxing, Fencing, Rowing, .5 O
Swimming, Voice Training, and Special
Exercises on the various Developing
Machines of the Gymnasim. We bunched together about one hundred Men's Sack
Former students of the Summer W
School are physical instructors at such Suits-Suits that have sold for $10.00 and $12 00 and they

universities and colleges as the follow-
ing: Brown, Johns Hopkins, Indiana,
Illinois, Bowdoin, Dickinson, Michigan.
Pennsylvania,Virginia, Amherst, Bates,
Dartmouth, Oberlin, Chicago, Kansas,
Lehigh, Wesleyan, Colby, Haverford,
Trinity, Rutgers, Tufts, Williams, Ore-
gon, Oberlin and Leland Stanford, Jr.
In all over 700 physical instructors have
been trained in the Hemenway Gymna-
sium during the last ten years. The
Harvary system of apparatus forms the
equipment of 740 gymnasiums of the
country, 263 of them belonging to
schools and colleges
From this it will be seen what an im-
portant part the Harvard Gymnasium
has taken in the advancement of phy-
sical training throughout the United
States.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detrolt.
Designs and estimates furnished on all work
of thiskind.

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. 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 its always to the
same effect: heter shoes for less money. There are five
chapters for this week.
WMlY. J. APRFZI L , 119 E2. WASHINGTON ST..

tary Institute will elect four teachers
for session 1898-9, on April 5, 1898.
The following is for information of
applicants.
2, Four Teachers wanted, as follows:
(A) Instructor in Mathematics; from
arithmetic through calculus. t
(B) Instructor in Latin; should also'
teach Spanish; desirable to know Ger-
man and French.
(C) General Teacher; Practical Eng-
lish; good penman; desirable to know
Stenography, Typewriting and Business
College Course.
2. One, or all, of these teachers
should understand Military Tactics; one
will be made Commandant.
3. No one employed not a graduate
of a reputable college.
4. Young, unmarried men, 21 to 35
preferred; scholarship, energy and
moral character prime requisites.
5. Compensation, Board and Lodging
and $450 to $650 per annum; all teach-
ers required to live at Institute Build-
ings.
6. Send application, photograph and
original credentials to Secretary Re-
gents; copies of same to Superintend-
ent
7. The Superintendents address, till
March 1st, is Jas. G. Meadors, McMinn-
ville, Tenn., thereafter, Roswell, New
Mexico.
8. The Secretary's address is E. A.
Cahoon, Sec. Regents, N M. 50.I, Ros-
well, New Mnexic.-Cornell Sun.
LOST-Gold watch either on Thomp-
son or Packard sts. Return to 549
Packard st.

RESERVED FOR U. OF M.
Representatives of Charles Dudley Warner's
Libraryof teWorld'sBest Literature
Are in Ann Arbor for a short time with a limited number of sets of the first edition of this
splendid work. IMMEDIATE ACTION is necessary to secure one of these sets at the low
introductory price and on easy terms. The last volumes, now in press, will soon be con-
pleted and the introductory offer will then be withdrawn.
Harvard, Yale, Princeton, U. of P., and other leading universities have secured nearly
one-third of the first edition. A limited number of sets of this edition has been reserved for the
students of Michigan.
20 volumes now completed and ready for delivery and are on exhibition at the Harper's
Weekly Club Office, 318 S. State St.
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