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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
G.H W ltom ay Entered as s end class matter at the Ann
UU11j~dl~ buhed Arbr PSt Olfie.
Published daily(Mondayexcepted)during the
college year, at 117 E.Washington street,
Leading erchant Tailors asementloor.side entrancePhoneSP3
MANAGING EDITOR:_
__S. EMORY THOMASON
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6anlCALENDAR.
TheGreatGame April 1, 2 p. m.-Address by Prof. F.
A. Newcombe on "A Manner and
* Means of aBiological Survey of
Michigan," in New Medical Build-
ing.
April 1 S p. m.-Address by Prof. John
M. Coulter on "A Neglected Nat
uralist," in Sarah Caswell Angell
Apri B1-Iasketbali game in Barbour
Exciting Fun for Everyone gym.
April 2.-Pencing Tournament.
SApril 4-Rocky Mountain Club Party.
c April 9-Woman's League Leap Year
= party.
nApril 9, 8 p. m.-Lecture by Prof. Van
POCI~t ar Mps or te yne on "A Trip Down the 'Dan-
ube," at Sarah Caswell Angell
Far East, 15c. Hallt
The Daily learns with regret of the
faculty's action with regard to the stu
EE dent implicated in the library hair.
SHEEHAN & CO cutting of last week. In view of the
University Booksellers, Sta- fact that the hair-cutting had entirely
ceased in an effort to secure his rein-
tioners and Engravers, statement, it was generally hoped by
320 South State Street. the student body, that the faculty
would see fit to reconsider its original
_______ _ _ _ _ action. It is certainly to be regretted
C. I. MAJOR F. COMPANY that this comparatively harmless war
Sbecialty of Fine between the lower classes has ended
Interior Decorating so unfortunately.
Complete new line of Wall Papers,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes. Apropos of the recent appearance
23 E. Washington. Phone 237 on the streets of Ann Arbor of Michi-
UoM te ca rh gan's cross country runners, clad in
U. om. Antiseptic Dai S pabbreviated costumes, the following
from the Record-Herald will be perti-
AND BATH ROOM. v nent:
J. R. TROJANOWSKI, Proprietor. "While President Eliot of Harvard
Face Massage a Specialty. University is being praised for the no-
322 SOUTS STATE STREET ble work he has done during the sev-

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enty years of his busy life, the maid
ens-more especially the old ones-
of Cambridge are raising pitiful pro'
tests against the practice which has
grown up among Harvard students of
running - bare-legged through the
streets of Boston's classic suburb.
Whoever has seen collegians in a
track race knows how aggressively
bare the college sprinter's legs gener-
ally are. And, to tell the honest thuth
few college sprinters have legs that
are beautifully or in the least inspir-
ing-when bare. Generally they are
scraggy, twisted, tough-looking things,
that are in no wise calculated to fill
an oldish "maiden lady" with ennob-
ling thoughts concerning the sublimi-
ty of man.
"It appears that it has become the
practice of the Harvard students who
expect to establish records as mem-
hers of this season's track team to
take daily runs in droves through the
most fashionable residence streets of
Cambridge. Some of them wear
sweaters and long trousers, but the
majority of them, it is claimed, are
clothed only in shirts that have large,
disreputable-looking holes where the
sleeves ought to be and "running
pants" that might be at least an inch
or two longerhwithout seriously inter-
fering with the movemeits of the
wearers."
But would the Y. W. C. A. really be
so rude as to darn any thing after
all.
ACADEMY OF SCIENCE.
(Continued from page one.)
faculty room of medical building.
2 p. m.
West amphitheater, new medical
building.
Presidential address - Prof. F. C.
Newcombe, "Manner and Means of a
Biological Survey of Michigan."
3 p. m., same place.
Forestry Interest of Michigan.
1. The state work in Forestry-
Hon. Charles W. Garfield, president of
State Forestry Commission, Grand
Rapids.
2. Forestry of Michigan from a
Business Man's Standpoint-Mr. John
isel, Detroit.
3.i 'hetnext step in Forestry in
Michigan-Prof. Filibert Roth, Univer-
sity of Michigan.
4. The Work of the Bureau of For-
estry in Michigan-Dr. J. W. Clark
of the Bureau of Forestry, Washing-
ton, D. C.
5. Seedlings and Young Forest
Trees Grown in Michigan-Prof. W. J.
Beal, Agricultural College.
6. Forestry Plantations in Michi-
gan-Prof. E. E. Bogue, Agricultural
College.
7. Condition of the Wood Lot in
Michigan-Mr. C. A. Davis, University
of Michigan.
NOTICE.
Pennsylvania students are requested
to attend meeting of Keystone Club in
Newberry Hall, Saturday at 10 a. m.
NOTICE 1904.
Class meeting today in Room C, at
5 u. m., to consider caps and gowns.
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, 202 S. State street. af

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By
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of the New York Bar.
WITH THE CROSS-EXAMINATIONS
OF IMPORTANT WITNESSES
IN SOME CELEBRAT-
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Bound in dark red cloth, with
gilt tops, 8vo, $2.50 net, (post-
age 16c.)
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No. 326 South State Street

Y o u r face will be
fair if you use Wil-
liams' Shaving Stick.

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TONIGHT
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