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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered as second class matter at the Ann
Abr Ps Office
Published daily (Monday excepted) during the
college year, at 117 E. Washington street,
basement floor, side entrance Phone 82 3r
MANAGING EDITOR:
S. EMORY THOMASON-
BUSINESS MANAGER:
ROSCOE B. HUSTON
EDITORS:
Athletics, - - - ROBERT K. WALTON
New,-- -- - J. S. BALEn
ASSOCIATES:
Clifford Stevenson, Roy Peeples,
A. M. Graver, 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.
Barry 11. Andrews. Alfred B. Koch.
Thomas B. Roberts. Clyde L. Dew.
BUSINESS STAFF:
C. A. Thompson. Wm. R. Lloyd
M. S. Koblit. H. K. Latourette.
Thos. L. Fekete.
Editor today-H. C. STEVENSON.
Subscription-Two Dollars per year, payable in
advance. If delinquent after Nov. 1. 1903, $2.50
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTO, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461.
CALENDAR.
April 1, 2 p. m.-Address by Prof. F.
A. Newcombe on "A Manner and
Means of a Biological Survey of
Michigan," in New Medical Build-
ing.
April 1 8 p. m.-Address by Prof. John
M. Coulter on "A Neglected Nat-
uralist," in Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall.
April 1-Basketball game in Barbour
gys.
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-
ue, at Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall.
NOTICE.
All those sending written notices for
insertion in the Daily are requested
to print all names, addresses, and
dates which may appear in the notice.
Only by so doing can mistakes be
avoided.
Judging from the prospective list of
graduates, the University will turn out
this year one of the largest literary
classes in its history. The girls still
preponderate in numbers, and a slight
increase over last year is noticeable
here. This is probably due to the
growing popularity of this department
and the wide reputation which it is
obtaining in certain lines of academic
work. As a preparation for teaching
the work in the University is now
considered superior to that offered at
the Normal schools.

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GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
A freshman in the law department
at Northwestern is the Republican
candidate for Alderman in the twenty-
first ward of Chicago. He is receiving
the enthusiastic support of all the law
students.
The students at Columbia are plan-
ning to install the honor system in
the coming spring examinations.
The girls of Nebraska and Minneso-
ta will soon meet in a championship
basketball game at Minnesota. The
Nebraska team has not lost a game
since its organization in 1896.
It is now reported that ckersai
has decided to quit the University of
Chicago and play professional ball.
He has received a good offer from
one of the Three I teams and will
probably take it up, as he finds he
will be ineligible for the track team
this spring on account of his studies.
Wisconsin's newly purchased racing
shell recently built by Cornell, arriv-
ed at Madison so badly damaged as to
be totally useless for rowing purposes.
This will prevent Wisconsin from hav-
ing a rowing four this year as the
shell cannot be repaired and a new
one can not be built in time to be
used.
MICHIGAN NOTES.
The opera "Patience,"which was re-
cently produced here by School of
Music students, was presented in
Jackson last night.
Chas. A. Robertson, '05 law, who
has been ill with appendicitis, was op-
erated on this week by Dr. Darling
and is recovering. Robertson is a
Delta Tau Delta.
H. F. Mercer, John B. Lichenauer
and Paul S. Ache, '03 laws, have open-
ed un a law office in the Park build-
ing, Pittsburg, Pa.
Prof. Jacob Reighard, head of the
Zoological department at the Univer-
sity, will lecture April 5 to the stu-
dents of the UJniversity of Nebraska
at Lincoln on "The Parental Instinct
of Fishes." Prof. Reighard is con-
sidered one of the country's greatest
zoologists and some time ago was hon-
ored with the appointment of special-
ist to the United States Fish Commis-
sion.
'06 TEAM ELECTS CAPTAIN.
At a meeting of the '06 baseball men
which was held in the trophy room of
the gymnasium yesterday afternoon,
Robert Lain, was elected captain of
this year's squad. Six of last year's
team were present, and have signified
their intention of trying out with the
squad this season.
The first practice will be held at
the fair grounds Friday at 3 o'clock,
the weather permitting. Besides the
large number of old men there are
several very promising new candi-
dates. Sanger, who pitched last year
for Kalamazoo when they won from
Notre Dame and Northwestern Uni-
versity, will probably take the box for
the '06 team, owing to the fact that
he is ineligible for the Varsity this
year.

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Made of selected, velvet
tanned buckskin, built on
li n e s that will appeal
strongly to the players of
experience is our No. 2xs.
It has no heel pad, is
made extra long in the
wrist, is lined and slightly
padded and strongly and
durably made thronghout.
It sells
[or $2.50.
FOR SALE AT
W alr's Book Stores.

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but the three-dollar hat.
The"VARSITY"
The distinction is in
the difference.
GOODSPEED 8
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A stiff upper lip"
is softened and re-
freshed by Williams'
Shaving Stick.

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