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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAND

DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
TIE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OFFIE: Times building, 79 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
M NAGING EDITOR
E. R. SUNDERLAND, '97.
BUSINESS MANAGER
0. I. HANs,'98.
J. F. ToMAs, '97, Assistant.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
E. L. Geismer, '98 L. t. C. Underwod,'98.
F. M. Loomis, '98. F. S. Simoss, '98.
C. M. Green, 99. G. B. Harrison, Sp'i L.
W. W. Hughes, '98. S. W. Smith,'97.
B. B. Metheany, '99. Louise Dodge, '9.
Lula. J Dickinson, '99. H. B. Skillman, '8 L.
W. P. Morrill, '93. H. Corwn, '99,
A. M. Smith, '97.
CIRCULATORS
Butler Lamb. W.y F.Whitcomb.
33 S. Thayers t.
Hours at Daily office from 7:30 to 8:30 p. in.
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a reglar delivery
before noon eaih day. Notices, communica-
tions, and othermatter intended for publica-
tion must be anded iu at he Guly office be-
fae 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. i., of the day prerious to that on which
they are expected to aper.
The first football game of the sea-
son will be played this afternoon on
the athletic Geld, and it is very im-
portant that a large crowd be out.
The immense advantage to the work
of the team derived from an early
display of enthusiassm on the part of
the University, can scarcely be over
estimated. Almost invariably the stu-
dents lament the close of the season
becouse it is felt that the schedule of
games is all over just when the men
are in the best condition for playiing.
But the students are themselves to
blame for this frequent tardiness in
team development. The men can ne-
complish two or three times as muici
in a given tiule if they see that their
efforts are being appreciated. If a
strong team is desired for the impor-
rant games later on, a correspondingly
enthusiastic crowd must turn out to
see the earlier games. Surely the
men cannot be expected to sacrifice
time and energy for the University, if
the University does not show enough
interest in the team to come to the
games. When the time actually ar-
rives for the hard struggles, it will be
too late for the disappointed crowd to
aid in winning themi. Now, however,
every man in the University, who
does not play himself, can be just as
sure of helping to make Michigan
victorious when the criicdal moment
comes as though he were one of the
coaches. We have a splendid lot of
mien, splendid coaches and trainer,
and a splendid record behind the
team. What we need now is some
rousing enthusiasm from every man
who can by any possibility find him-
self on the athletic field at 3 o'clock
this afternoon.
A new list of periodicals is being
prepared in the general library, which
grill be posted up before long.

Faculty Announcements.
Literary Department.
ASTRONOMY: Professor hail will
be in Room 22, U. I1, from 2 to 3 p, i.
each day to ieet students wishing to
elect work. Mr. Townley will be in
the same room, from 9 to IG a..i. and
from 2 to 3 p. in., on Oct. 1 and 2, to
arrange with students desiring to take
Courses 2, 3 and 4.
MATHIEMATICS: All students
wishing to elect Course 16 vwil please
meet Professor Ziwet in RoomI , at
12 noon, on Oct. 6.
Professor Bemaiin wil not meet his
classes on Monday. Oct. 5.
Students electing Course 11 will
meet Dr. Glover in Room 19, U. H.,
at 11 a. in., Tuesday, Oct. 6.
FRENCH: Students wishing to re-
cite to Professor dePont must report
at Room 1S (north door), U. H., en
Oct. 5.
Msr. Levi will be in Room .1, at 3 p.
im., Wednesday, Oct. 7, to arrag'e
hours with those wishing to elect Old
French.
SANSKRIT: Dr. Waite will be in
Roomi K, at 9, 10 and 11 a. m., on Oct.
5, 6, 7 and S for consultation.
MUSIC: Professor Stanley announces
the following schedule for work in his
department:
Course 1-Tuesday and Friday, 2
PI. us., Chapel.
Course 3-1tonday and Thursday, 2
P. in., Chapel.
Course la-(Vesper) Tuesday and
Thursday, 3 p. m., Chapel.
Course 9-(Hisy of Music)Wed-
ssday and Friday, 3 t. in.,
Room 24.
Course 11-(Analysis) Monday, 3
p. in., Chapel.
ENGLISH: Students desiring to
consult with Professor Demmon will
find him in Room 10, T. H., at 4 p. i.,
daily.
An extra entrance examination in
English Literature will be held in
Roon L, at 4 p. in., Saturday, Oct. 3.
MINERALOGY: Professor Pets
has been delayed in returning to Ann
Arbor, and will not meet his classes
till Monday, Oct. 5.
GERMAN: All students wishing to
elect Middle High German will please
meet Dr. Mensel in Room B, at 11 a.
in. on MIonday, Ot. 5.
Ali courses annoined for Dr. Vosss
- tacept course 15 wel has been
dropped-will be givel hby Mr. Dick-
hoff.
GREEK: Professor D'Ooge will
nmeet his classes on Monday, Oct. 5,
at the hours announced.
BIOLOGY: The class in General
Biology meets for organization in the
Museum Lecture Room at 8 p. in.,
Monday, Oct. 5.
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY: Stu-
dents wishing to take Courses 5, 6, 21
and 25 must make application to Pro-
fessor Campbell before Monday night,
Oct. 5.
Course 4 will meet in Room B,
Chemical Laboratory, at 11 a. i.,
Tuesday, Oct. .
HEBREW, ASSYRIAN, ARABIC,
GREEK: Prof. Craig is obliged to
postpone work in these subjects until
Oct. 29. Students wishing to elect any
of these courses will please report in
Room 2, T. H., at 9 a. m. on that day.
HISTORY: Prof. Hudson will be in
Room 7, T. H., from 12 to 12:30 each
day, for consultation. Students vish-
ing to elect Course 23 must confer with
Prof. Hudson.
Mr. Johnston desires that stu-

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