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T6S MfrICRI1GAN DAILY-

Reduction
Sale
As we have too large a
stock of fancy
SUITINOS AND j
on hand we will sell
to make room for or
Spring and Suinmer
Woolens. Be sre and
call in before yo place
yor order..4 . nlA -
.G.H. WILD:& CO.,3
108 E. WASHINGTON STRET3
All Ihis Week,
rFIICARY 15TH TO 20TH
Demonstrations of F'ontiain
Pens hy an expert from New
York City. Allowance made
or old pens in exchange.
SHEEHAN & C.
University Booksellers, Sta-
tioners and )engravers.
320 South Slate Street.j
01110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
C. 11. flAJOR C'COMPWANY
Secialy of Fine
Interior Decorating
Complete new line of Wall Papers.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY The uner Prom. comm te atl
Cornell have issued a statemen Of the
Entered as cnd-c a sater t the Ann receipt and expenditures. They re-
Arhr Cst Office. ported $.74 oni hand and $7 ecnint
Pahlished daily tMndayexceeted dring the in on programs. $50 was also givet
college year. tilt E Washington street, to the Fencing Asociatini and $501 to
(asementeaor, side entrance) Phane W2 3r aid the Junior Smoker committee.
MANAGING EDITOR: Each of the sixteent men on the H101
S. ESIOLY TIOMTASON committee will recee a5watach foh
BUSNESS MANAGER:s costing $10) apiece.
---IIO00E B. HiUSTON ________
EDITORS MICHIGAN NOTES.
Atittteim. - - - RlOBERvT. IWA~os At le ameeting of the Society itf
Noe,- J. S. RAYYAnercan Baceriotlgists, held itt
ASSOCIATES: IPhiladelphia, lDecemer Hltasdi3001,
Clifford Steenson 15Ro' Peeles, Dr. Freterick G. Nsvy, pirofessor sf
A. M. raver, Henry P. Erwin iacteritlogy itt the luniversiy of Oic-
A. C. Pond. A. H. Ortmeyer. gnwa elcd
Josepht Y. Derr, Stoddard S. Mre. pgn a lceilresident for 1the
Ida1. Browrigg. I. Waite Jayne. coming year.
Geo. A. Osorn. Harold C. Smith.
Harry H. Andretw. Alred i. Koch. Five htndred dollars was recetly
Thomas B. tRoerts. Clyde L. fow. added to the biii futd itfit'e mtdi-
BUSNES TAF: cal idepartmen of the Universiy 1to 1be
BUSINTh SSpSoAF t R ly sted b he1 deipartment in keepig
M.t. K ttslsita. I.i. latleretle. 0up its files cif medical jturals.
Thas. L. fakets' ___
Editor Today-A. H. ORTMEYER.a Lewis Foite, a grautate' of theIti
versity of Michigan in the engiee rigs
Susacripissn-Twsottirlisrear o,eaable so classsf 1866, recessly sentlseciese
adeance. If deigwntl after No. . 10, $2.0)sit tver two thousand species ittpstall
_____ ts the Stotanical mseumnofsithlist ni
Office Hurt-i2:30 to 1:30 and 630 to 7:30 versty.
p. m. Daiy.grto itstrm osthtaysslyl
Address-ROSCOE B. HUST, Bsines Man- BRD CLU B.
ager,331 ackad Steet. Mr. ''ranseao gave a very itterest-1
Teephone, 461. in talk on weather stps Frisay sv
i enng. Next Friday nighi Mr. irasst
N~ e will slektothe rela istsosf irs i-isi
- ..... ...cottling the weather mais cat ell
CALENDAR. whenthe birds will cime.
FTe meeitg was atensdedi by usrus
Feh. 21-7:45, .1mu. Asdress y Pro- es itt the fasly and stdsetts.
tessosr fGeorge W. Knox on "The ( (Continued from pae sont.) I
Christiats emands up1o00Educated___
Men and Wonmen" at tUniversity TOASTS.
Hai. "'the fay we Celera.'-I.. t'sl
Feb. 22-2 p. t. Wahington's Birth- ton '6iL aw.
say Celebration. Address y Hon. 'Or Fturs Marsalls-Prsesssr
Joshn L. Wester in University J C. Kniwlon
Hail. Music-'Old Alaama"- Harmonstic
Feb. 22-Seniotr Law Dance. Orchestra.
Fel. 22- Junior Law Class csntet in "Slme Lawyers I Hats' Ktswn-
oratory in Rton H. Law HBldg. F. D. Paige of Detesit.
Feb. 22-7:30 p. m. Celbration of "The Universiy 5f Michiga"---4N.
"Fouinders Day." Address y Prof. S'4' Weiemsyer.
Flemming Carrow, in Sarah Ca- Vocal Sl- Th'le Bansdslerss"---sob
well Angell Mall. Suject, "Or. Parker.
Geo. E. Frothingham," Proector "The 'fi6 Laws"-Prssfessor H. Al1
in the University from 1867-1SS9. aes.
Fe. 22-fi06 Law anquet at Oyster "Ost e ssts-Jsini Esudi, 'fit Law
ay. Piano Sls-E. Mititemats 'fit La.
"Th' Prfessr adsiths Unsrgras-
Lasiwelc a repssrt reachesd his tat"-P'rofessor RH. H. erlt.
country oft the sdecisisn of the Geman "Th' Old Faclty-Desans H. IB.
Federeal Cousrt forisding American (Htchins.
denists to practice in Germany. The Instmentl msic-'ft;Law tiost
teasontifert his acliti, the Csirt sat' Tse' ItniciStates adthets lriit"
ad, was the inefficienicy of the Ameni- -Hot. John L. Wester.
can Dental Schols; one exception, Te cntrac is witessd stis te
hotwever, was sasi-that of Ann Ar- ailk by the commite Massom, sair
Sit, whosse gradusates alionss may pa- mats. ansi Parier, Hugess,. s-ssiist's'
tics' in thes'Fatherlands,.and YXsoung.
________________________he c onmmittee is iseet so lcs)Iry its
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES. j getitng gSp ieaers 01111msissc that
________ a very lssng lprgrant is te reslt. 'lis
I banqiet ill teresors begii prompn~tly
The faculty at Cslumia tUniversity Monsay eveting at 8 stclocks a1 fystsr
intend tos hold the regular collegs' se- ay. Any who sdesire tickes cats get
sion on Washingtson's Birthday. The tem by aling on1 Mascstm, 22i S.
studeits have petitioned the president Thaye.
to give them a holiday. So muds interest is asouse ithsts
banquet that upeelassmen atdieenl
The Opera CbS at the University of Lis are buying tickets. Other clasess
Illinois expects 1o present the opera are begining to wnerhee tssw fsreshs
I"Erminlie" soson. Laws got aheasiossthe dhs'ues ias'
______stieS a goodI menu, nvel prograns.
The Woman's League at the Univer fie sdecorations, wad ntespessaker.
sty of Minnesota intenda to give a The answe is thalte 'fil Lass are
monstee sping carnival inthe aramo- a patriotic class ansi elieve in laviig
ry in a few months. a baqete which cannotilie slelassel.

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