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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
R~dI~~htiffl ~ lted s ecelieo'et'at he~n
colg ear l at: 17' . Wa sg onsteet,
S ale basemnt, flor. ie ntr ecvPe Seeh25'
± ~ U~t ~MANAIN I IIOR:
S. EMORY 'PIOMASON
BUSINESS MANAER:
As we have too large a B HUSeE T iOiN
stock of fancy lElrol tlS: Wse
Aliii c-c - - -- lI .ET. S . r iix1
: 5 UITINGS AND ASSOCIATES:
f :. - tlfo cc. v ewn 1{y Peeblels.
: RO1JS[RIN%.S A .Pund. A. Ii.teyr
..,Jseh Ii e. So ddard . More.
Id I. eewri . 1. iWaie .Laye.
4' on -hand we will sell Cle. A Obor. Harold C. sit.
the atreuce prce i'ilns B o b .iert".CSifde L. Dw
to hake room for our Editor Today-HENRY P. ERWIN.
Spring and S itinin te r , 1 Oseriploo-Two OoGame eergeocr, yioiaielc1n.
Woolen.s. Be sure and edaoIfdiel ]dinqent uttoier Nor. Y. 1"13, 2.00
call in bfore you plac Office Hors: -12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
pm. Daily.
yoit ordr..t A ,~ Address-ROSCOE . HUSTN, Bsiness Man-
zor rdr..4 t 1 * Laer, 33i Pacard Street.
*Teephone. 46.
G. H. WILD & c.,
l.8t~A~uNTO~s~a~jCALENDAR.
® Feb. 2-5'p. ino. Meeting iofthe Fresh-
® 1111 I 1rack 010101 caneidaeis in the
T'HE GREAT G A M i
A F~'/A,,eli 2 p. 11.Professor iHart of
*~~ ~ IHarIvird liio01 "Amerian il loa
X T 0 J, i'lappain Hillleicurrocomc.
w Febi'3-64 p.hm. Lrctre lby Pro-
fessor'ilames111A. (raig1111 'The
$ -CI IN *FU 1A 7 neftit t f ilileleSudy,'' iiNew-
1tO R.,i V 4ERY O. N H 1bisy flal.
41 ieill1-Wetdniesdaiy 5 p. .-Prof.
Lervy 110 Higher Educatio," Tall
pan Hali l. Series o111"'ontetmpo-
1r1ray France."
Feb.i2Wdeay-Prof. Mor of
Hai raid 1)11'Recnt Explorations
10niBiblical Laonds," Saal Caswell
Fe.5 4-ITiursday, 8 p. m.--Faculty
t Cocri, riee Memorial Hall.
Fe.58 ,m Choauauqua C., N. Y.
scaatNewberry IBall.
iFeb. 11aid 12-Joint mieeing Mich.
1 Poltical Scice .As'io aid -
: gtie o1 li. Alolipalities.
Fetbch12 Friday"uiHp, Waerman
Gymniasiumo.
F ceb 2--Frilay-noe of Firt Semes-
] tel.
SHE E Hf1T'S Fb 13-Saiiay eveing-Ino Uii-
Mil1Cluis.
10ANN ARBOR, 320 So. Wow State Street Aeu Feb. ti-Wednesdfay-iitsburg Or-
cetra, in CorlUio sere.
I I~ @144141 f14@4@4o4 Feb.20- Saturda-Preliminary iidoor
-- -A---- - meet, Waterman gymnasiom.
The, nn Arbr SaVingS Bank. Feb. 2:-Saurday evenn-fHopkin-
(aidral.. ee, $50;t10011. Surplus, 1710111 5011son ih in S. L. A. coroe, Uni-
- tHsources,,00.0011vesiy Hal
A GENIRAL BANKING BUSINESS - _______
'TRANSACED. NOTICE.
Oprtlttnseolares,. lscck. Cccs.; IW. 1). ___
Harriman Vie pres.;1M. 1 i,. C sitet Ater tmolrroiw, Febuay ,the
~~d3 SS~ee~sSe IDly 0111 not be issed unil Fbr-
1 - mtrin RURRAtL i ay 1.IS it :herefore reqested thai
IREimCTORn all noices andI announemens of
Offic. 20, 4t Ave Phoe 9 Roofs- events wiihn this period intended for
Od~ene02 S. 4th Ave. Phone 3814, ipblicaton be Iplaced at the Camius
dene 302S. 5h Ae. Pone 14. office before six o'lock today or a:
Aumbulance on call. the downtown office in the evening.

If one of the moor ialient purpois
of a university is the broad, humaniz-
ing effect s of ifs -culture, then Michi-
gan lacks biif iiitle of reaching the
iideai of a perfect university. One of
the greatest aids 1o ibis is the public
lectuire and' we have been faviired
with many excelient ones tis winier.
Yestereday afternooen ene cioiid step
froim a lecture on the opera "Parsifal",
teo one 110 "American Diplomacy."
Anid on Weidnesday we have talks on
the "Henefits.eof lBfble Study," "Higher
Education in France" anid "Explora-
lions in Hiblical Lands." The advan-
tages 1o he obtained from the hearing
of ouch diveroified talkes given as they
are by men well abele to speak onthemo
canoitlie gainsaid. They serve to
countieract and minlimize the evils eof
the present day tendeiicy toi special-~
esm aind onesidedness and do mach 10o
produce the well-rounded man seo es-
seintial in ouir modern, comielex civ-
ilizaion.
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGEa.
Acdabsfs tudlients at itie tniversity
eef Chicago will leave shortly fleea
coeirse lf tuiliy in Palistiine. 'Th.'ear-
ly is inecharge of a professor, and daily
class stork consisting of recitations,
andl lecturescviii be ontieiineieued n'uiig
thes jouriney. The tipi will last till'
summer, and regular examinaioens iiet
the corse still lee heldi en tile reiturne
.Iesl: as muich credit will be eibtaineed
as ifIthe woerk wcer'eleene at Itle'ull-

versity.
Now ihe eel-eels at Norhwestern nvriyhedbadaddcdo
be'yeeidethe sfhaedow ief a dlouibt ihat'
the managers of the Iroquoieis tieare
were dteritly resisonsible fee tihe bre.-
In the recent examinaionis al Mill-
nlesoita aiiengineeirwas 1'xplledt fer
criibbing, omakeing the eight e xpe'lled
see far this year foer ibis oefft'ise. lapi
sels if liapiel'salsio air' biniiee'lrl up
peninilg anin ive'stigationi.
Prof. Geo. F. Motoreo cf iHarvardl
Univesilty. chairmaneof thr mail conm
mittee sf the schooel in Calesiniie.still
lectuire in Sarah Caswreli Aingell ihall
next Wednesday, upon hi' suiecte'ioi
"ecent Expioratitons in Btiblical
L~ands".
In connliectioen with lie receintex-
ilelsion oef studenis at Mbininesotlatier
critbbing Prlesiient, Nii'orhropsaidinil
chlapel, "Are we training young mcin
andi women at the university of MXinl-
iiesota 10 go out intelthe steelllas
frauids andt cheats?"
Eckersall recently ran one lap sin
the new C'hicago track in 15 secoinds.
In the bowling match betweellthle
faculity andi Reynoid's Clubi officeis
the fiillowing scores were maeeby
lbs faculty, under the leadership eel
Cresident Harper:
President Harper .....58
Dr. Goodspeed .......... 92
Professor Stagg ......... 25
Dr. Thompson ........... 57
Dr. Shepardsotn- - -......107
Total..... ....... 339
President Harper rolled the first
btall which went intoe the glitter.
NOTICE.
All freshmen track team candlidates
meet Tuesday at 5 p. in. in Trophty

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