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March 07, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVEIISITYLOF MICHIGAN DAILY

Publisedt Daily (Sunays excepted) during
the College year at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OPoem: Times building, 3211 S. Main St be-
tween Liberty and William St.
MiANAING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 00 L.
BSQINESS iSANAEJA
0. 1..lHANS, 'tO L.
EDIT ORS
11, B. SaIuAN, '15 L., Athletics.
N.. L. GInsoE, '0 L. G. I. Iatner.'O.
BTtit LM 1, '0. Ti. WOOROW, ',
1.. A. CArBELL, '00. A. CAMPELL, '.
I+',.NELeHouooo.'01.
The subscription price of the Daily is 1.50
for the college year, with a regular dliery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion mot be handed i at the Daily office be-
fae 8 p m., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. i., of the day preious to that on which
they are expected to atopear.
Subsritions may he left at The Daily
Dmce, Meer's or Stoles Nestand, or
with Business Manager. sberiers will con-
fer a facor by reporting promptly at this
ofilier any failure of crriero to delier paper.
Thle IDetroit icpersce a lmocst coa-
ioous it thei cocd tnstaioo of the at-
tacko made by Gv. fktgrt tootsthc lon
oepartmnetl. trtfesors woisreoteros-
pl~oyd by co)otcratios. Th' facthClot
a son work fo L. lbcimate itusines
ogniatinis notothel ttst shadow
of pooal that heannot tsr-etn-elSt Sae
well1 inohehighst itittiot of lesrn-
ig. To'speioak underlte aeuspojicrsofa
studrent cebb asoot)too enurgestr heCs
summarosey iisisal of Cishe 0mn whoo
lave beets chsensfoo lte ttesloto
ear andc)reslocci leas neitet couteos
noroedignified. 'fle fact hat ltsr'were
no demnstraictisosof lislip-oal sow
that Glov.n f'tge hoc a stoong hiJoo up-
on lte tudentsl. We hopeocfoo bt lte
teatmns tiohen lotcoosonagain.
The class of '98 disppoited its ao-
sires Studay by perptuating the
toxinad gown deslosioandolboyengg-
ing ino the ottnnual sotabble otee the
teoriaotl qestio. Tfle opion waons
prealtnt flat '8 wotoid tue the sen-
sible viow of the moattec' and pooid
a. trophy r oot, hothose members wot
believet aocollege curoenmeans simpy
so delvingintoopronto Cstod antiqouitis
were evidently ot io fotce. As ao l i-
lostrationoooof Clotpractical viw of the
memoroiaue istrionsothat prevoiled, the
comittee actuoallyiroposed oa witdow
in the sew at building, a structuce
ctht ill probbly be erected loog after
te class has been fogooten. Sncb a
propnoitiotn is undousbtedly sensible, but
rather' let '8t store another Arch of
Trajan its the basemest of the san
Ibuilditng. Coo the msatter of menorials
let lteles go too tlaws snd get nois-
doomo.
Senior Clas Meeting.
Atlteoeeing of the Seior ca ss
Saturday he culp and gown wee
adopted after some discussion.,
The moemnorial committe reported in
favor of a nmenorial window or mmor-
ial arch in the art buildittg, probably
to be built in four or fie yors. The
plate std dimenions of this window or
arch were to be decided on by the clas
andi then provided forin the plans of
the building. The conmmnitee recoi-

mended an second choice the establitsh-
metof a trophy roost in the gymtnnas-
a troiphy rosom. This immedtately pre-
cipitated a sharp discussion, which sooto
became quite bitter between thte clas-
sicals and the athletes.
The notion wvao finally' defeated by aT e MEIvoef68orad1agis.hemt
ter ogfnemorial owas then refered bach
co thoe conmmittee for farther investi-
gatiotn. New Spring Styles now shown
The followingresolutios w oert pro-
ibsed atnd adopted wxihcut opplosition:
Resolved, That all committees wnho
areto10 muke anoy expenditures, other Price $3.00
hatsfor wark and labor, providedi thooo
'n-ork and labor" shall not be soono-
struoeod as to include the boands uted
* lotclas ay oecioo r CotSenorIn Black, Malta, Oak, Ceslar, Drowns-Colors Fast.. If you wvear lit .
recosloso slo I gt id focsothscrl IIMIOElAL you'll agrree with us-inany others ha e-that' it's the best
stod material as nay Iencecessacy, and $3l.00 hat manufactured.
that too expenditures lot sade fromo the.
class tesuty before these Coids art
soubmitted CO toll nd ocd oa Clt lsd
Rlesolveod, Thoat itemizled ils shall #
bne obtaoined for sl moneytpa' out,
satoo Cthtnospssymnent of mneoy- isto bInc
recoognizesd by te ausditing comtto itee
fo wvichn socrcit etlbsil canotb1e
podouoced; tloothCes-aouditing omm00 ite
hunt access to all sotrespoond sseto and A T H P N T H P T D
thoat receilts for class lax shall b 1. T H N T Pe £U'
wvhichlaror-sotsIof esachoouymestoohall
tnkt; ll and thatsol lfinancialorettinst
of orttoitttts lot ready for thnocuditing
commnuitee at isustooneoweep 1elote
cooonnocemoeool day. T O E D Y N

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