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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OrrisEn Times building, 329 S. Main St.
Telephone (New State;19.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. TOMAS, '00 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
O. H. HANS, '00 L.
EDITORS
H, B. SKILLMAN,'98 L., Athletics,
E. L. GELsMER, '9 L G. D. HUDNUTT, '00
T. R. WooDRow,'98 F. ENomLHAnn,'5.
F. . RAMAN, '00 E. S. D~ANFRTs, 'OS
P. W. JoNES, '99. C, H. LUND, '00 M.
A. H. MDouALL,'' .
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must e handed in at the Daily office be-
lore 8p.mi., or mailed to the editor before 3
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they are expected to appear.
Subscriptions may be left ateThe Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stolet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Suhriers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
officeanv failure of carriers to deliver paper.
The success that the iuron Canoe
Club has met with in its first regatta
indicates that there are nough stu-
dents in college who would support
such a club to make it a pernanent
one. The interest that has been iani-
fested since the regatta was lirst spok-
en of a short time since bids fair to
be on the increase, and 'he probability'
is that with time canoeing will be one
of the established branches of sport at
Michigan University. The club nm-
hers its largest membership among the
'9s law class, it having been origiated
by students in this class. ut these
men will most of them leave college fcr
goo. in a few weeks, and there must
be members from other cassea to carry
on the organization, build it un and
make it permanent. For this reason
each and every student who owns a
canoe or is hterested in boating should
be particular to join immediately before
the ccse of the college year.
The year of '98 promises to be one of
successes for Michigan athletically as
ovell a0 in other directions, and there
culd be no fitter time than the present
to mence this branch of athletics a suc-
cessful one with us. Therefoo, back
up.
Masonic C iub.
Last Saturday evening was held the
annual election of officers of the U. of
As. Masonic Club. The following offi-
cers were elected:
President; R. M. Dye, '99 L, Ohio;
vice-president, W. S. Durand, '99 M,t
Mich.; secretary, W. S. Kinetz, '00,
Mich.; treasurer, S. R. Eaton; '00 M,
Miich.; board of directors, Professors E.
F. Johnson, F. G. Novy, R. S. Copeland,
C. G. Taylor and Messrs. R. A. Smith,
C. F. Watkins, W. P.Harlow, J. A.
Durrent and S. H. Van Horn.
The club' has just been duly incor-
porated under the laws of Michigan and
intends to have separate club rooms
next year. The board of directors were
given full authority to rent suitable
rooms, and sufficient money was sub-
scribed at the meeting to ensure the
srccess of the plans outlined for th
coming year.,
The U. of M. Masonic Club is the

only organization of its kind in exist- FOR STYLE, COMFORT AND

ence, and the success it has achieved
in the three years of its history war-
rants the belief that whatever the club
undertakes it will be successfully car-
ried out. It is the intention c the club
to have the members become closer af-
filiated with the members of the Uni-
versity faculty, who are honorary mem-
bers, and have therefore selected four
of the board of directors from the fac-
ulty. These have signified their ac-
ceptance and will aid the club in what-
ever way possible. J. A. Montgomery,
W. H. North and Paul Murrell were
elected members of the club.
A scheme was discussed which had
for its aim toe sending out of an an-
nual letter in order that the members
of the club maay keep in touch with their
alumni brothers. The attendance was
large.
Toastmasters' Banquet.
The third semester banquet of the
University Toastmasters' Club was held
at Whitmore Lake June 4.
The club and their lady guests spet
the afternoon and evening to rowig
and sailing on the lake, and at 9 o'clock
the banquet was served at the Clifton
House. Mr. T. A. Berkible acted as
toastmaster and the toasts responded to
were as follows:
"The Impromptu Toast," Mr. H. J.
McCreary; "The Diploma," S. L. Ta-
tum; "American Chivalry," W. S. Gil-
bert; "Whitmore Lake," L. F. Miller;
"The Tie That Binds," o. R. Myers;
"Our Guests," J. Q. Adams; "Our
Hosts," Miss Sarah A. Ballah; "'Ihe
Trans-Mississippi Exposition," R. C.
Adams, "Campus Memvec.s," C. 'i.
Adams; "Gastronomy as a Science,"
J. S. Lathers; "Impressions, of the
Club," Mrs. V. A. G. Murrell; "Our New
Members," G. F.Paul; "Outing Days,'
Miss Rose M. Wood-Atlen. Mr. Saner,
to whem the first toast had been as-
ined, was unable to be present.
Tne following oflices were elected
for the next semester: President. O. R.
Myers;% ice-president M. Wetuter; sec-
retary, W. G. Gilbert; ireasurer, H. J.
McCreary.
The affair was one of the mst en-
joyable in the hist'ey of the club, and
the prospects for next year are very
bright.
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