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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

H THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered as sec d class matter at the Ann
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Published daily (Mondayexcepted) during the
college year, at 117 E. Washington street,
' -basement floofr,side entrancelPhone 812-3r
MANAGING EDITOR:
S. EMORY THOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER :
ROSCOE B. HUSTON
EDITORS:
Athletics. - - - ROBERT K. WALON
News, - -A- -A-A J. S. BALEY
'ASSOCIATES :
jlifford Stevenson, Rsy Peebles,
A. M.tGraer, Henry P. Erwin
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer.
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More.
Ida M. Brownrigg. I. Waite Jayne.
Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith.
Harry ii. Andrews. Alfred B. Koch.
Thomas B. Roberts. Clyde L. few.
BUSINESS STAFF:
C. A. 'lhompsons. Win.iR. Lloyd
ii. S. Koblitz H. K. Latourette.
Thos. L. Fekete.
Editor Today-A. M. GRAVER.
Subseiption-Two Dollars per year, payable in
advance. If delinquentafter.Nov. 1.1903,$2.50
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address--ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man-'
ager, 331 Packard Street. '
Telephone, 461.
UN4CON LABEL
CALENDAR.
March 30, 6:45 p. m.-Election of S.
C. A. officers in Newberry Hall.
April 1-Senior Law party.
April 2.-Fencing Tournament.
April 4-Rocky Mountain Club Party.
April 9--Woman's League Leap Year
party.
April 9, 8 p. m.-Lecture by Prof. Van
Tyne on "A Trip Down the Dan-
ube," at Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall.
It is most gratifying to say the least
to hear the tributes of praise and es-
teem tendered to President Angell in
the far west. The warm reception
given him at California indicates the
prominence with which he and the
University of Michigan are regarded
there. Great regret was expressed at
Leland Stanford when his expected
visit and address were cancelled. A
special assembly of all the students
and faculty had been planned in his
honor.
NOTICE-PHYSICAL EXAMIN-
ATIONS.
The spring physical examinations
will be held every afternoon from 2
to 4 in the director's office.
30-34 KEENE FITZPATRICK.
Y. W. C. A. PARTY.
The girls of the Students' Y. W. C.
A. will give a dancing party at their
association house on N. University
avenue, Saturday afternoon. All col-
lege women are invited to came.
NOTICE.
All members of '06 lit class desiring
to try out for baseball team are re-
quested to come to trophy room in
Waterman gym, 4:15 Wednesday.
DAVIDSON, Manager.

ACADEMY OF SCIENCE.
(Continued from page one.)
ery, Northville.
Game Fish. Mr. E. B. Dickerson, of
the Fish Commission, Postmaster of
Detroit
Game Animals. Mr. C. H. Chapman,
State Game Warden.
Game Birds. L. Whitney Watkins,
of the Agricultural College Board,
Manchester.
The Academy will adjourn its ses-
sion at 11 o'clock but an interesting
session for bird lovers will be held by
the Michigan Orinthological Club at
2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. It will
be noticed from the following program
that a large number of the speakers
are persons who have won more than
local recognition in their study of the
feathered beauties. This meeting will
he held in the museum lecture room:
Random Notes on the Bald Eagle in
Michigan. Wilfred A. Brotherton, Ro-
chester.
Notes on the Air-fauna of Oscoda
County, Michigan. Norman A. Wood,
Ann Arbor.
Nesting of the Barred Owl in Michi-
gan. Edward Arnold, Battle Creek.
Bird Migration. J. Claire Wood, De-
troit.
Further Remarks on the Life Zones
of Michigan. Adolphe B. Covert, Ann
Arbor.
Bird Gods. A. H. Griffith, Detroit
Museum of Art.
Geographical Dist. (subject to be
announced later.) Chas. C. Adams,
Ann Arbor.
The Birds of Michigan. Prof. W. B.
Barrows, Agricultural College.
The Future for Ornithological Work
in Michigan. Alexander W. Blain, Jr.,
Detroit.
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
A freshman at Northwestern attend-
ed the Grand Opera at Chicago and
missed the last car yo Evanston. He
was determined to get to his eight
o'clock the next morning so he char-
tered a special car which reached
Evanston in the early hours of the
morning.
The relay team of Yale broke the
two-mile relay record at Buffalo re-
cently. Their time was 7 minutes,:
55% seconds, breaking the formerrec-
ord of 8 minutes 4% seconds by nine
seconds. A Yale freshman in the team
ran the one-half mile in 1 minute 54-
% seconds.
The Cornell team which secured
second place to Yale in the relay,
broke the previous world's record by
5 seconds.
One hundred and ten degrees were
awarded to students at the recent
fiftieth convocation at Chicago.
The Illinois baseball team has been
practicing outdoors for over a week
and has played several games for
practice already.
Regular meeting of Michigan' For-
esters Club, West Hall, Wednesday ev-
ening, 8 o'clock. Full attendance re-
quested.
GEO. W. PEAVY, Sec.
Students-Earn good money during
vacation. Trading Stamp proposition,
worth $3.00 to $10.00 a day. Exclusive
territory in each of 23 different states
available. Call and see me. F. J.
Glen, 2025 State street. tf

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By
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of the New York Bar.
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OF IMPORTANT WITNESSES
IN SOME CELEBRAT
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gilt tops, 8vo, $2.50 net, (post-
age16c.)
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No. 326 South State Street
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