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March 17, 1904 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THEE MICHIGAN DAILY
6 C 2 Entered as second-clasa tter at the Ann
Reduction Arbdor Msteatthe
Published daily (Mondayexceptedbduring the
college year, at 117 E. Washington street,
(basementfloor,aisle entrance) Phone8392-3r
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this calls up we are not able to say.
It is rumored, nevertheless, that the
students have invested their extra
coins in membership tickets to the
political clubs which will make news-
papers unnecessary.

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MANAGING IEDITOR :
S. EMORY THOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
ROSCOE B. HUSTON
EDITORS:
Atletics - - -RO BERT K. WALTON
News,- - - - - J. S. BALEY
ASSOCIATES:
Cilfford Stevenson, Roy Peebles,
A. M. Graver, Henry P. Erwin
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer.
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More.
Ida M. Brownrigg. I. Waite Jayne.
Ges. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith.
Harry H. Andrews. Alfred B. Ksh.
Thomas B. Roberts. Clyde L. Dew.
BUSINESS STAFF:
C. A. Thompson. Win. R. Lloyd
M. S. Koblitz. H. K. Latourette.
Thos. L. Fekete.
Editor today-H. C. STEVENSON.
Subscription--Two Dollars per year, payablein
advance. If delinquent after Nov. 1. 1903, $2.0
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE 5. HUSTHU, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461.
CALENDAR.
March 17, 7 p. m.-Meeting of Musical
Club in Room 24, University hall.
March 18, 7:30-Meeting of Fencers'
club in Trophy Room.
March 19-Lecture on Parsifal, School
of Musi Prof. Stanley. .
Marc h19-U. of M. Republican club
election.
March 16, 4:15.-Meeting of Fresh
Lits in Room C. University Hall.
March 17--Thursday evening-"The
Evidence from Variation," Dr.
Pearl, Museum lecture room.
March 18-Friday-'07 Lit dance in
Barbour gymnasium.
March 18-Friday evening-Universi-
ty oratorical contest, auspices of
the Students' Lecture Association.
March 18-Friday-4 p. m.-Hon. H.
R. Pattengill on"Boarding r'ound"
at Tappan Hall.
March 19-Fresh-D. U. S. meet.
March 24-Junior Lit dance.
March 25-1906 Law social at Gran-
ger's.
March 25-Varsity debate, Wisconsin
vs. Michigan.
It is not exactly certain whether the
participants or the onlookers derive
the most fun from the "house" track
meets which are held now and then at
the gym.
The students who frequent the lib-
rary will be pleased to hear that the
newsboys will no longer disturb their
solemn thoughts by yelling their pap-
ers near the library entrances. Two
youngsters were shown the way off
the campus last night and the others
who persist in "annoying" the stu-
dents can expect a like reception.
Whether it is the "yelling" which is
objected to or the associations which

GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
An electrical engineering society has
been organized at the University of
Illinois by the electrical engineering
students.
Phi Alpha Delta, a law fraternity,
recently installed new chapters at
Wisconsin and Illinois. The men
from the two colleges were initiated
at Chicago.'
A prize of $100 has been offered at
California for the best historical essay
written each year by a senior or grad
iate student,
Columbia University recently finish-
ed the most successful basket ball sea-
son in its history by defeating Cornell.
The ten league games played have all
been won by Columbia.
The Northwestern Debating team is
exerting every possible effort in prep-
aration for the Michigan debate.
They are determined to win by all
means. The reason for this determin-
ation is the fact that an Evanston
barber has offered them a fine hair
cut free if they win from the Michi-
gan team.
MICHIGAN NOTES.
People looking toward the platform
Saturday as Mr. Bryan passed out of
the door at the rear were much amus-
ed at seeing one enthusiastic young
man bodily mount the platform, take
up the glass from which Mr. Bryan
had drank during his speech, conceal
it in his hat and then leave the hall
with the crowd.
A meeting of the Loyal Temperance
Legion will be held at Newberry hall
at 3:30 today. Nuts and popcorn will
be served. A large attendance is re-
quested.
Prof. Lockwood of the School of
Music gave a full piano recital in
the Fine Arts building before the-Am a
teur Music society of Chicago, Mon-
day evening, and was encored to the
echo as his wonderful performances
were concluded.
NOTICE.
The University Library desires to
secure two or three copies of Vol. II,
No. 2, of the publications of the Mich-
igan Political Science association.
Any one having a copy of this number
and willing to part with ittwill confer
a favor by sending it to the General
Library. 18-19

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THE STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIATION
ORATORICAL CONTEST
FRIDAY, "ARCH 18, 8 P. .
UNIVERSITY HALL. -
Regent Levi Barbour will preside.
Doors Closed During Speeches.
Season Tickets, $1.00 - A Single Admission, 25c

GLEE CLUB NOTICE.
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