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April 15, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERI61TY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,
consin and consequently has consider- - S
~ sf'~I.~i ~at~e~.s. ably complicated the baseball situation.(' m m f 'U '
Michigan's stand in this is entirely
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during without precedent and is opposed to
the College year, at the Intercollegiate Amateur Rules.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. According to these rules, if one college
orricl: Times building, 329 S. Main St. has charges to prefer against the men Not the kind you hand in at the
Telephone(New S ate)18. of another college, the athletic council
MANAGING EDITOR of the college preferring the charges Bank, but those swell Check pat-
J. F. TnoMAs, '00 L.
U E Ashall send them to the athletic council terns we're showing in our assort-
BUSINESS MANAGER -
0. H. HANS,'00 L. of the other college. This is practically 1
EDITORS the course taken by Stagg, of Chicago ment of-GOLF BREECHES-some
H, B. SKILLMAN,'98 L., Athletics. University, and hence an effort will be
are quiet patterns others are more
E. L. GEItsER, '93 L T. R. WooDow, '98 made to come to an agreement with
F n.a Lno , '55 I5. 5. DAsrn '5C hicago.Michigan ias completely ig- or less pronounced but every man
P. W. JONES, '99, C. 1. LUND, '00 M. nored these rules and adopted a course
A. I.I McDOUGALL,'01 E. of action that can only be explained by has his taste and there's not one
the assumption that she is unwilling to whom we can't suit and fit here.
lay her own record open to iivestiga-
tion. Wisconsin is in a position to pre-
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50 fer charges against the amateur stand-
for the college year, with a regular deliveryG0-
beforenoon oath day. Noticesecommunica- ing of several of Michigan's team anid Sui AceGfoa tr t nn op a
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be- it is doubtless to avoid takingusue Up-
faze 8 p. m., or mailed to t',e editor before 3
. M., of the day previous to that on which on the standing of her own men that syt E siaO
they' nre epected ' oo per. sa,~r.a
Subscriptions may he let at The Daily she has taken these steps.
Office, Meyer's or Stofflet's Newstand, or
with Business Ilanager. Subcribero will con- LOST-Brow n win ter overcoat lest
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office anv failure of carriersto deliver paper several weeks ago. Finder please leave
at Daily office and receive reward. 144
The next issue of the Daily will be on
Wednesday, April 27. Wanted-College students to canvass
and act as e'nc r~ nq pt- (n ftnnkc

April inlander.
The Inlander for April came out yes-
terday. The number is one of the best
of those which have appeared this year.
The leading article is by Dr. Wenley
on the undergraduate study of phil-
osophy, in which he points out the var-
ious courses offered and their value to
a student acoerding to the course of
study which he is pursuing. John R.
Effinger, Jr., has an article on Daudet!
and the French Academy, which de-
scribes the celebrated French writer
and his relation to the academy. Kip-
ling's "An American," by Jessie S.
Gregg, is an excellent treatment of Kip-
ling and his poem "An American," in
which he takes off some American char-
acteristics in a rather unpleasant man-
ner. The article reviews the poem and
offers some needed explanation of moot-
ed points. George Wood Govert con-
tributes an extuemely interesting des-
cription of life at Yale as a freshman
sees it. Yale undergraduate life is viv-
idly pictured and contrasts with Mich-
igan student life are drawn. The ar-
ticle is one of the best on Eastern col-
lege life which has ever apepared in a
Michigan magazine. "Mr. Cruthers,"
a story by Roda Sellick, completes the
prose contributions.
"Trauer," a German poem by Irma
Heath; "Rondeau," by H. M. B.; "Even-
ing," by A. M. S., and a French trans-
lation of "Little Boy Blue," by V. E.
T., make up the poetry, a little disap-
pointing in merit as compared to the
prose.
Cardinal Pays Its Respects.
The Cardinal has the following to say
regarding Michigan's action in cancel-
ling all her games with Wisconsin:
Michigan, without givinghany reason
whatever, ban cancelled ail her baseball
games scheduled with Wisconsin,. and
Chicago has announced that she cannot
meet the Badger nine while such men
as Gregg, Husting, Hitchcock and Do-
herty are allowed to play. This ac-
tion was entirely unexpected by Wis-

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K. Swartzbaiigh, loo443, Cool..Hous11Mel Gillespie, teac er of Mandolin, Ban~c
between 1 and 3 and 7 and 9 p. m. and Guitar. Instructor in the University
School of Music. 18 years experience as
Bicycle Lost-Taken from general H- . a teacher. Call at Ann Arbor Music Co's.
brary rack April 12 between 7 and 10 Store to arrange for hours,.p:c:e:7:
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TRACK TEAM NOTICE. . Bon Bons and
On Watches, Diamonds, Wheels or other Per-
The whole track squad is called out Chocolates. sonal Property.
for regular work Wetnesday, April 13, WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED,
at the A thletic Field. I ~Offric.ce at residence, 3315..5Liberty St., Ann Ar.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET orMAliAiossscondential.Hours,
ALLAN CAMPBELL, MSr. to11:30 a m and 1 to'3:30 and 7 to 9 n. m.
3BargainsHinTSecond-handJoseph Q. Watts.
Barain i Sein had atchesnsand Dia-
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give program parties both taetrda
evenings during vacation.
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