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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

f D ., University of Michi an; Supt. C.
fLBemis, Ionia.
Discussion of the report led by Prof.
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during JO. Reed, University of licbigan.
the College year, at 3:30.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Experiments--
OFrBoI: Times building, 329 S. Main St. Determination of the coefficient of cx-
Telephone (New S ate) l89.
T -n (ED TO ansion metals, F. L. Keeler, Central
MANAGING EDITOR Michigan Normal School.
J. F4. THOMAS, 'I00L.
An improved method of rating tun-
BUSINESS MANAGER
0. H. HANs,00 L. ing forks, Prof. J. 0. Reed, University
EDITORS of Michigan.
H, B. SKILLMAN,'98L., Athletics. A new method for determ-ining tie
E. L. GrsMER, '93 L. E. S. DANFORTH, '98 coefficient of expansion of air, C. F.
BUTLER LAMB,00,. T. R. WoODROW, '98
1. 8.CAMPBELL, '00. Allan CAMPBELL,,% Adams, Detroit High School.
F. ENGELHARD, '98. F. D EAMAiN, '00
P. W. JONEs, '99. An Explanation.
Owing to the numerous newspaper
reports which have misrepresented the

ALL TIHE LATEST NOVELTIES IN
Fine Footwear.
J. T. Jacobs & Son,.

SEE OUR WINDOW.

121 South Main Street.

The subscription price, of the Daily is 82aO
or the college year, with a regular delivery
hefore noon each day. Notices, comisoelca-
ions, and othermatter intended for publica-
tion mast be handed in at the Daily soiicbe-
fore 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor before I
p. m., of the day previous to that on which
they are expected to appear.
Subscriptions may he left at The Daily
Office, Meyer'o or toffiet's Newstanid, or
with Business lanrager. Sfrsribers will col -
fer afvrbreotn prmtyat this
office anvfailure of carriersto deliver paper
The first regular game of the base-
ball season will be played tomorrow
afternoon, and at the beginning of the
season is the time when encouragement
is most needed. The success of the
team in later games depends largely
on the support given now and the spirit
that is infused by plenty of student
backing. The price for the entire ser-
ies of twelve games with Bay City
has been placed at the extremely low
price of $1.00. At this rate both the
grand stand and bleachers should be
crowded.
Schoolmasters' Program Saturday.

association in whole or in part, I feel
it my duty to explain that the rela-
tionship which exists between Dr. Fitz-
gerald and the Athletic Association is
a most cordial oea. The whole trouble'
seems to have arisen from a mutual
misunderstanding of the conditions un-
der which Dr. Fitzgerald trained the
athletic teams.
ALLAN CAMPBELL,
Track Manager.
To-Night's Musical Program.
The following is the progrim of the
Classical Conference to be held in Uni-
versity Hall, this evening at 8 o'clock:
Bach's Phantasie in G minor......
Prof. A. A. Stanley, Univ. of Mich.
Address: The Archaelogical Institute
of America --..--..-.....--..--
Prof. John W. White, Harvard Univ.
Adagio from Fifth Sonata ...Guilmant
Professor Stanley.
Address: The American Schoel at
Athens............. .
Prof. Thomas Day Seymour, Yale Univ.
Address: The American School in {

.....FINE TAILORING....
Our line of Spring Woolens is now complete, embracing all the swell-
est and most exclusive novelties.
Our garments wherever seen will be appreciated and pronounced by
critics as strictly correct,
We respectfully invite your inquiry.
We do only a fine trade.
We carry but one patterr of a novelty in stock.
Garments bearing our label pressed gratis.
BURCHFIELD,

New Phone 43.

106 East Huron Street

Fine Confections
Bon Bons and
Chocolates.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.

p MUBICAL !@
Mel Gillespie, teacOher of Mandolin, Banjoa
and Gutar. Istructor in the University
School of Music. 18 years experience as
a teacher. Callat AnnArbor Music Co's.
Store to arrange for hours.
MONEY LOANED
On Watches, Diamonds, Wheels or other Per-
sonal Property.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED,
Office at residence, 331 E. Liberty St., Ann Ar-
bor. Mich. All business confidential. Hours,
8to11:30a.m.andIto3:30and7tol9p.m.
Joseph C. Watts.
Bargains in Second-hand Watches and Dia-

Below is the program of the Miebi- Rome . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .....
gan Schoolmasters' Club for Saturday: Prof. Win. G. Hale, Univ. of Chicago.
Saturday Morning, 9:30. Chorus Triumphals ......A. A. Stanley INTERCOLLEGIATE BUREAU OF ACADEMIC COSTUME,
f. High School Management, wit re- Professor Stanley. COTRELL & LEONARD.
spect to 472-478 Broadway, Albany, N. Y.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
Morals-Miss Florence Barnard, Mt. IEMakers of the cAPs and oowNs, to Univesify of Michigan,
Cienmens. FRATERNITY STAU. of Chicago, U. of Minnesota, Cornell, Lehigh, U. of Penn-
T STATIONERY, svivaniaHarvard, YalePrinceton, Columbian, Williams,
Diseipline-Prin. S. J. Gler, linsdale. BADGES OR PINS Class contracts a specialty.
Athletics-L. P. Jocelyn, Anns Arbor. nd
Send to_________________________________
Social Life-Mrs. Florence Milner,
rand Roapids. SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
eneral discussion led by Supt. S B. 237,239,241Woodard Ave.. Detroit. C u ba M u st B e F ree
Designs and estimates furnished on all work
tcod, Lansing; B. H. Frost, High of thishind We regret that the delivery of the DAILY cannot be
.chFunctrn oft mseS~ofDest.rs FREE-financial reasons prevent-of course you under-
II. Funesao of the Schaolmassnd. But we beg leave here to announce our Spring
Club. offer with the positive statement that it will be the last o
1. Discussed from the point of view SPRING VACATION is coming the year. No more special rates. We quote you the paper
of the soon. Don't go home with a big for the BASE BALL SFASON-that is till end of semester at
S School-Uris. . C. Wa rier, trunk, but buy your Dress Suit 1;ase, ONE DOLLAR. Leave name and money at Daily office,
HighS Valise, Telescope or Travelling Bag.
Saginaw, E. S. 329 South Main Street. Telephone, New State 18.
--AT-
Private School-Prin. Frederick Whit-
ton, Detroit High School for Boys. A. TEUFUL,
Normal College-Prof. E. A. Strong, 307 SOUTH M AIN STREE HOLM ES' LIVERY
Ypsilanti. Fine Lineof Goods and Low Prices. psilanti.
University-Prof. B. A. Hinsdale,
Ann Arbor. . BICYCLES ss East Liberty St.
General discussion. Built to order, Repaired and
2. Report of the committee on mcet- Enameled, at 106 North Phone 106 BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY,
ings of the club, read by Supt. Hugh Fourth Avenue.__
Brown, Pontiac. Wm. J. W enger. MAKE O 1 NEY Bynecsrg a county agency fornur Reversible Wall Mo
~ .A~~~.of the Dnired States and the World. The largest one-nheet
Saturday, 3 p. ,n. map published; six feet long; eleven beautiful colors. It isso attractive that italmost sells
itself.U
Report of the committee appointed A FULL LINE OF BICYCLE sUNDRIES IN STOt. IT IS A PIOTOGRAPI OF TiE WORLD
"To ascertain the opinion of physics CHAPIN BROTH ERS,
teachers concerning the total amount One side shows a colored map of our great country, with railroads, counties, rivers,
(successors to Hunter & Chapin.) towns, etc. The other side shows an equally elegant lap of the World, locating all
of time needed for recitation and lab- countries at a glance by help of a marginal index. It also shows ocean currents, routes. of
aiANUFACTURE RS OF ... . discoverers,' and accurately locates she scenes of all current events, such as boundary
oratory work in Physics and to report Dental Instruments and Fine rachinery. disputes, Cuban battles, Armenian massacres, polar expeditions, etc.
,,ud nOn receipt of i.2ti we will sends sample copy by prepaid expres-, and will infornyou
a medin deman- ."Special attention given to Bicycle Repairing- how to obtain a trial agency. Our men clear from' tlo $25 weekly after a month's work.
Committee-Prof. E. A. Strong, State BICYCLE LIVERY-Prices Reasonable. RAND McNALLY & CO., 166-174 Adams St.. Chicago, Ill.
Normal College; Karl E. Guthe, Ph. No. 113 E. Liberty St. Ann Arbor. t'We also need agents for our fine line ofSubscription Books, Atlases, Et cyclopedias. etc

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