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March 10, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNJY"ELRbTY :OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) daring d eates for the season to the faculty last w
the College Year, at weekt and reeived the following corn-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. naniralion in return: i h e r a
ogtc: hims uldin, 329S. i St 5. be- "Tear Sir:--In response to your tet- 0 E

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fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of carriers to deiver paper,
'he Mihiganesniatn prie cotesto,
which clooed recently, bronegt ot, in
the oaotiooo of te judges, the et cl-
ecios of stories adpoensthttthtas
ben 1p0(1ducedtlat iciiga. 'Iis ap-
yresult ieodiretly traceale or ,the
generous poley atoted at tte otiet
b~y theBoard. Lat year te oatotfe-
jent sects determnted to eep any of
sle dollars frotm sippting'troga their
fisgers 0a(d tocresult swas tat Crot-
petitiotn was far from toisk. 'fhi yeas
serves tlU(as ie tgto"- 001 t(
Attetilonois aled to the meetingl
toe those contesting foe the Carows sup.
This is a matter to swhich all football
melshoould attend. Kiking is now as-
oumnttag uti a prominent pat of lbs
game tof ttotball thatstaoteatm cnn(ot)
htope to be suceessful swithout t. 'What
a goot ickstican o foe a fotttal ttam
tas beet shosown ino a nmbeotiromo-
inent gameo this year. What might
Mtichigan nttt hve tdone this year with
o peintid kiker. Itwssjt sucthlsa
cestolaothis thatlbrogit out _i-
Bride, Yale's great it-er. The pries
offered ught tt be soue further to-
ouceenett to get all nen out, soethot
Michigaon eed sot again hsove too x-
plain defeat by saying, "otiseied."
So let there be good kikers atd plenty
of thsct.
Kickern Turn Out.
A meetitg of all metswostxsaers too
enter lthercnest for the cup tresent-
ed by Dr. Carrowsswill be hell Friday
evenittg at 7 ocokt is Room 9Ui-
versity Hll. It is expected that a large
crowd of fotbalmnetatnd stodents
swbo dsitthe sucesas fthe eans will
te present. At this nmeeting tist or-
mies apoinsoted to draw up rules to
goverts the lkicing eotastwoct11gie
thteir report. Besides the cup preseted
ty Dr. Carrow there will be a second
and third prie ffeed, sot thot, it is
oped, no student will consider it oot
woroth his time to enter. It i expected
that Dr. Carrw, Coach Ferbert, Jons
Duffy and Captain Bennet will be pres-
ent to say a ess words to th boy..

toot g-iog lotes of proposued interol-
logiate'baso' ball ganto th" faculty rot-
ed te folowing ressoluton: 112 'West Huron Street, Ann Arbor.
"Ies-otve , Titsltheeitioe re--
turonedoo toohle signoers oith st'state-
tosent tisa, havitog investigated olso' coo- Philological Society Meeting IF YOU WANT THlE BEST
tdtitt osoof cootlege' athletics, aodtosing Tie et regular noeting of the Phisl- I FRATERNITY STATIGERY,
foud hatth flodnari f te ni-ffosooisal Society will be hed is oRotonr BADGES DR PINS
veoityha betot~sd b l Os rose-L, Itniversity Hal, Thursday evening. Send to
srottogtcollege -sthletics tot insur M0ilarchb 1, 195, ot 7:0 hrp. A paper
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