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February 17, 1904 - Image 2

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THE UeICHIt.AN DAILY..

Z THEMICHIGAN D~AILY a wvity and eloquent manner Our:
to vl~~~asonic Chib," R. tE.De Ryn0 a;
* n lEwn xerd a, snd t 5,mater at the tn "The Square and Compass"Potes
: e uc o hUUUIrIIUII ori. yl t. or BSM. Thompson; Our Sistrs
Pu uherdaiy iondfy ecepedidurigt th St s. I. S. Copeland; Otr!
'ollee yeas],,,t )t E. Fah'nt street, Fture," G. A Malcom, Class oratori
bassrs in lor. vide s'Siat'e) Pte 52 }r I of the '14 Lis; ".Fraternalsm .F7
@ale ANAGING EDITOR XW. Wedemeer; "An Infant to Xa-
4 . EtMORiY 'l1ltMAstUN sonry" R It.X.Scatterday presidet
BUSINESS MANAGER: '04 Laws; -remarks were aso made
swehave. too large a tOiSCO ; 11 tIISTON 1 by Mr. Gallup, Dr. Cooper, and Dr.j
Florer, The cltb has had an ott and
EDIk(t ity'TORS- (own :treka experience in the pat ltt -o
L'--- .~. t s beig organiet o t rnit
ASSOCIATES: bais and this was its first social
TROUIttN 65 .t C Paund AIt. Ortmeyer -KNX HRE
j lospIii.aKrg. SIodWaite13.ayee,'KO HE .
Id .Ronlg .wi"o hand we will sell tae A.st:otea. rid C, Smith, George W. Knox, Professor of Phlus
redie try H. tndrewtt. Afrd 14Ktc., ophy of Religiont at (nint: heologi-'
themat rice lhs~asIt.liaar t. Cyde l~s. eat Seminary, will arrive in Ann Ar-
t nake rooms for our BUSIES STAFF: btr Friday mornig to give a series
' t II st~a. V t ItLt~ytt of talks tnder the atspicesofte5
Spoip. wi.rin rand S it a in e t 5t vK: Ite ,. 55 l~~ . K, t stf't' reeoitheS
p #,aU t-el'.' ,A, These talks will be ofthe us-
Woolus h slo atst EitorToda-A.M. GA~ER rtre sf those gives: by lDr ilssworth
oetBore:t:pade ditr Todayi''i-A.t t.ttee ER. Itt( of Oberlin a t year anti the stbjets
call i eoeyupae SOsrpin u ,tr~prya OYnl~nwill ito annoucet later, He will talk
rrerare 1 emrrgr~vt ate Nr . 1"3 ssoFriday afternoon a1 4:15, Fritay- e-
yott ordr. ,3 enisg at 7 I.im, and Satrday tven-
Ofie-- s-23 a :0at :0t 3 lg at 7 ep . L He wilt alstt gist' the
Ip. m. Dily.Hor123to10 ani63 o73 n:iversary address in tUtiversitv
ager, 31 Packard Street.
lo . IOtmaoN STREET.u Telephone, 46. DEAN HUTCHINS WILL SPEAK,:
* ~ ~ a, , In Newery' HalthistaeveittitDeanl
C °(L&> Hutchins will spatstott Patritismn:
Al Ths ee ,CALENDAR. PROFESSOR HEMPL'S COURSESI
Feb.t1t"-2 and 2'toittlc. lrofesatte ('Certain erttrs anti changs'smsake it
Al hsWek tStaley wilt alk oite Orchestra necessary for me topulsthfo-
Feitb.X I t)2117- t tin. Illustratetd letur (Curse 6, ittSpken Egis,sill
on 1The Arts, with special Refer- hereafter ie accoted in lat'e' ot
'aeo s Architeture of France" Ctttrst' 7 or Coturs' I as tttlfilitgr:a re-
a y- Mr. W. H. Cliciery, i: Mu-i- qsir meni for 1te ttaetrs' diltitat
st-tt:lettre rtom.I in Eglis.Th,'te coutrse cosists It: a
IFet.,? 7- 6:45 I.im. Lecture' ly (Dean stdtytof e-ry-day colloual Eglis,
Hulttchins on "Patriotism ad Reli the living seeh itt disintittn frtrn
O gom" at Newberry Hall, tenagag tof hooktls, ant inicuttes
Felt, 1--- F, Htpkinsosn Smithsin 5. L the study of tloca sd dialectic x-
lDeinstrtioitns of Fonolttits A. Letesre eturse, int University lrssinis and tdivrsiies tat rotoia-
Pens liy ail expert from New Feh2-Saturday-Preliminary indoor dnts.
Yor Ciy. llo-ane mde meet, Waterman gymnasium. Cttrse 11, the Te'achig of Modtte:rn
Fob 22-7.30 p. m,. Ceetration o1 Foreign Langtages, s-titegve:, asI
±or ot pens in exctiange. Foundera Day." Address by Prof. aoun~~cetd, at Ito Tesda adO
Flemming Carros, in Sarah Cas- Thursday, btut it sill not fi ct wi'isitt:
9well Angell Hal. Stbjet-'Or Prfesso r Xin le's coitrse, s tat
Geo IP, rottinghamn," Prfessor has ieenshiifiitte tlottnay- adt Xed-4
in: the University from 167-189, notttla
Fob, 23-Saturday evening-Hopkin- (tis - a- 'lt lsg~si
son Smith in S, L. A. coursetUnt- Scinsce, is nott a coutrse i: esetara-
esity' Hall. Liv e phlillotg or complarative grat-
_________mar, bti deals wih th' lift' atd
t QU1 AM 1j rhio sunsaitaory contitiio fttt etgrowth ott lagtae,its sat:r' ads
9 bJUL~iULI~ ~ UU.. baths in Woatermian gymnsasiums is to the casses of its cane antioat ie
' ea persmaenly resoetietd as soon as develtoment of diversities of speeh.
Un~livieritylx Bokselers, Sia- the weather permits. The trouble GEORGE tHtMII
tioliess aiidtEigrav-ers.- seems to be sinte insuiffiient pitch CLASS RELAY TEAMS.
j of the flotors anti the small calacity
Te regents have gives: trters t ave T Ihrsday at 4:45 p. nm. Altcasati-"
* . . . . he wshle sysem of tdraisage over- tatis reitt :t the gy, at that tin:e.'
hasuledi anstetlarged st as tt carry1 H. C.-('OORS, Mgr.
O 11Thi' rJvuvrnir TT L ESI off all te waste water. A new and 'riltosecth ltiSEgier
larger Idrainageprt itl s-itt t,t iinreatamwlbehdTurayf-
and the s1lo:e of the io:rs madereataswilehlt'ltrtay t
DIReCT LINE greier as stton as the grosni an it ternotti at 4::i0.
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS ftitug ip. R I. G. STEWART, Nlgr.
vP.. ~c....s.nii ,is MASONIC CLUE BANQUET. Te trials for 1905 relay t'amtwil
---_-.. I e held today between 4 adtl5 p. it.
C. Ott. "rAJOR &o COMrPANY -Te tU. of M. Masosic ('lib gave an All eandidt-ses musts report.
Boete uorot nformal btt interesting banquet at STONE, Mg
I1,a gootisn:'it t- crate your fratr- the Oyster Bay last evening, W. S. --- -.
nitsyin,. ('t:aliot1 phste t 23'7.s WXheeler, '04 law, presiden of the Fresh Lowney's, Allegretti's, Spar-
C. q. "AJOR en CO. club,- atetd as tast master and the row's nyler's, chocolates at. ush-
2103 E. WashingtonSt.folloittvng tass were reptondedl to in in's Pharmacy, If,

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THURSDAY, FEBR UAR Y 18
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'IT MUSIC BY
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The Original $21,000 Production front Weher & Field's Music Hall, Sew Ynrk
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