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January 27, 1897 - Image 2

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THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

P+ 0 l tu
Vuhilahed Daily (Suday excepted) drn
the Coleetear. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OGrICE: Tinesx bilding, 79 S. Mix St. be
tweea Liberty ad William Sts.
MANA.GNG EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 97.
B USINFS-4 MANAE
0. 11. liei, "9s.
EDITOIIS
is. L. GeSxre, 'S L. F. B. Smo , '8.
F. M Loiiois""'. 11, B. Soceci, , 'S L
H. H. Coowi, '5. B1reci LAB, '.
C M. Game, 59. Atetc Editor.
ANSOTATR liDIiTOiiS
W. W. llaghe, '5. S. X. Snee, '97.
F. A. Fci,'SS E. I A. iampbel, 'S
W. P. Mril, '5. G. D,. Hdnott,'00.
A. M. Smith, '7. C. Lll, j., 95;'.
The tubcripin prier of the Daily i 1.x
fortihe college yer wih aeelr delier
before non echciidav oe.ilie. eonin o-
tlon, and oter mter inenrded forcebibe-
lion meeteebehildee in t ur tDaily offiebe
foirF'p i.,eor riled tlte editer bere9
p. in. of the dy previoxs to ghat xcncwbich
they a' expected to rpear.
tebcipoex my be left at TierDaoly
Oilie, eyce er' rSifletetCcst;-d, xr
with lusinesxs Manager sbcibeee eeil cn-
fee a fevr byreeritle premp ~y at ieel'
offie any failure of crriers. to delver poper
TJhe GliceC('haths teelred its see-
vices free t11 the Wesintion's Bitht-
day ceebrtioni comimiteet. 'TeDaily
wishes heacrtily lxoeeiilee'eetile vr-
ltion from the policy theet te clib
hasipursue in fotmer ea ris Iness
it kels in tottlchwih thestdits
such an organizatin cyclit exist sd
the steudets 'of the U'lc'versity soldc
how le club that 'tis acheoniiiets
their aiprove'l ty suprtig it here-
after whenever an otuntioty is af-
forded.
'Ch]eer waissiedoubit lest ere as
to the wisdoimiof puxttinge.i inter-
cliegiate debattee'uinier the contlioee
t1cr oratorical Assocation.BtnthIte
work clone in eebatig so .fai this
year, and the popetets for te' fuure
lave proved thai licme l 'was ci
wise out. Tiernuimer ofA.'i1(Aaltsllil
was imichlegreater than everi'ferer,
the testimnials have heen ioleee
and interest to debating geawvs geatlr
every day. Te Oratrcal Associe-
tion lices lcshonthatdlebaincg inerss
wvi ittonufer cder its clre.
Athletic Board.
'The Athletic oard held its reglear
iieeting last eeing, imast of the wok
beog of at rutine ciaracter.
11. 1. Weinstein, 'h, and C. H. (tGres.
beck, '9S, were elected nentbers of (le
bsiwd, and two comnmittes were p
pointed. Messrs. Heninger, helf'hllle
anti Healid were imade a coimite be
formulate ruien to govern inercass
competition acd Messrs. Feund, Hilt
and Hleald wvere appointed to arrange
for the annal indoor meet.
An operatioin for appendiciti was
pefforned pon Lawrence L. Drigg,
'99, Mfonday afternoon. Dr. Darling
was the operating nrgeon and lie rec
sut has been perfectly nuccesfu up
to date.

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EFFECT ON INSITTUTIONS. L J-
New Argtiment for Reduction of F l I~ I
Ulnder graduate Period. ______________________________
President Eliot acii otheis who live L DIS JACKETS YOUR TASTE WILL
advocated the reduction of 'the under-ada
grdae period to iliree years bave and CA E FI YOUR P C E O K
generally lied ici mind the needs of C PSFT PC E U R
thoese stcueents whos intend to pursue at Half. If you furnish your rooms dur-
leeefessieecici studies titter tapiig ereir ino our Great Inventory Sale.
celleglite ionrse. 1tiexie fucity agree- Never a time more opportcne than
in ,4 wth he mporanc an so nenw to provide youerself with a stylish Reductions mabde to force trade
cese of their argniiits r Gr~o oat or Cape at xo little expense. S in every departmaent.
unien~tGood Antique rChamber Suits,
tiemlc attacked tie elcestion froen We have nowv in ocr Cioak Room Go niu large mirror, good $16.00 value,.
t .other siede, that of the effect suchl a mncy Jackets ax ciegant in design, nowy $12.50.
redue'cic-wold have upon ocr higher cmake -and matec'iai as thix country af- A Solid Oak Roll Top Desk,
i istitionlis of learnicig. I-ecsleeced fords-than- which no large city can cheap at $1. 00-Sale price $ 10. 00.
tileet Itle chief weaikness of the great hsbast better-ali of which cce selling Chineile Portieres reduced from
ciecjorily eef ocr so-called ucilversities at$.25to 1.5 a air
leay icn lice' fact that they are ieiier t r o . Japaicese Rtugs, 6x9 feet, a $0.50
tcciverilie cir cllegs, ct dssiate__________value, ntowvX4.50.
thiersleitienclleg"es',ccctyissipabe FRJapanese Rugs, 7"21x101 feet, an
thirliiedenrge i tyigto LADIES CAPESueknoiw $6.50.
boeth ait ocee. This state of thing~sLDES$UR C P S e ae Window Seats, Cush-
Pro'fesseer Iteenl steecoed woeeuld be sica oeWoSaMne ions acid all kinds of Furceiture to
brought to end eeby the'adoppecon of enoLrdtcerx
tlee' thre'e-ye'ar underegraiduait eid, Furnituare Repairing our spec-'
in tbtit it, cocuet result in the ' e ei liy
tienof ter gceltlleljorty o seork and ptices that please.
e'r inestitioens ecf learnineg ictltic ofe-ic -_________________________
classes: (5) tol~eges thtcewtculcd beAf
collegeicnd inothicng else, ancd (21 ccii
unie'gitie , e itrewiCithtica lt- C
l teepar tment. Cith rwtlinotthe&cot
wvork of tier fourth ye'cr ccoucilcmeke' D GO S
clear thie 'eal natu e eofeeiesexwot. for R GOS 56-58-60 S. MAIN ST. - FURNITURE.

i tier nielbority of our ine titeetiocis it
to real uneiversity work. Buct it is leer
tier otbject of miost clleges andciel ceior
unieversitie'sto feurishiemere' thiinia
good collegiate ediucatiocn end anly ef-
foeit tile faculity mcightf maeke to orbaci-
ize this cork iltso an embr'yograeduaete
sebosi eouildl'be sure to be snmotherced

THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT

TIiuthle'r Tafhisa Mills. !( hl,.,aeaAl, uni'Nnieei'er'i

--Feb. 12

icy the board of trustees. Mioreover, Ipra ure---------------Mrh1
fewv graduattes of beechcue anieetittltieel meraluatt __1
cocild returci to a weakl: raioce- Oratorical Contest---------------Mrh19,
iccrteet it their almna mxatel'; most .Ex-President Harrison-------------March. 22
would take their college diplemias aced Luciu% Perry Hills------------------April 2
go to acell estaiblishied graeduaete John Kendrick Bangs-----------------April 13
schiool at one of the great universities.-
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $2.00
ii -this way thoese institutions that each B -- FSEEVED SEAT TICKETS 0.50
net mnatein cc recil anid strong grad- S ING (LE ADMISSION .50
uate sechoscii hrforced 'l eelcone EXCEPT
celleges, and, hbeing relieveed of the
HaerrisonNumb~r $1.f0
tecmptation to hey ho hrbcvwhat they can- Oratorical Centrstl .25
lest u-eli bexcime', will bce ecabled to TICEETS NOW ON SALE-Reserved tickts on sale at Palmers drag store, State
enilploy all their energies in nakieig off street, and Waherstonik store, Slain street.
theemiselves gooed ande strocig colleges. JAMES H. PRUITT, Corresponding Secretary.
On thie oilier heaund, all graduacte ice-
shrchin ciii be centered in those IOloci blat felloedee thie reaeding of the I NGINE RRINGlDE(PARTPMENT.

Plae'es cvhere it can tee done to best
advaiitage, naniely cit tier real uiver-
sities; acid, cwithi plenuty of cveltraicied
students, thiese ccill enter utcon em era
of ucnprecedentied prosperity. That
this segregationi of ocur hybrid icstitu-
tions into two distinct classes, eaich
wvithi ites owvcustehere and aicm,cwod
ice 'the greatent booci that could fall to
the lot of +higher educcationa in 1-hits
country, no one ciii deny.
The various objections 'that haeve
been made to thce change were miet
with arguments that it would be diffi-
cult to answer. to fact, in the discus-

hillier, it cvas evident thit the sym-
pathies of lice great majority o thee
mnecmbers olf lie faculity thuat Nvere
present cc-rcecith -the imovemexit.
~fTie most ceonservative recognize theat
it is only a matter of ticme, and it is
ho be hoped that Michigan University
cviii be faithful to her past and not be
behind her competitors in taking so
ichpoftant a -step forward.
"RaRdy Change Lapel Button.-
Holds two nickels, practical and ue-
ful. Everybody will wear one. Poet-
paid for 15 cents. Yonhin Novelty Co.,
112 Dearborn st, Chicago, 111.

Course A, Beginner's course, Sect.
It., Monday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday at 9, Room 11, Universit Hball.
V. E. FRtANCOtS.
All candidates for the 19)00 track
teamc are requested to report at least
three tinmes a week at the gymnasium
for regular class work. Candidates
for the freshmanc relay team especially
should he at the "gym" regularly.
B. IIODtIMAjvN, Manager.
IMerchants having Fruit and Flower
Mission boxes in their possession
please notify Florence G. Dillon,
chairman, 44 Madisen-st.
Swan Linen cits a firm, even finish.-

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