THE UNIVI RSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Published Daily (Sundays ecpted dring the
College yea, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
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ATHILETICS, . . . G. B.Ilanuo, 'Ot E
T. R. WOOaaROa, '0o L A. H. McDoUOAasL,'t E
A. G. Baowac. 'B2. E. J. . WOO, ',
LJ. MocTOMaoca,'00, If. D. HItREen, 'tM,
Thcsscrpioa priofothle VAIYtSe s or
the cllege yea, wills areglr dliey beoe
non echkday. INotics, comuoniatio, aod
other wattere itedd oe pabliaio msot ho
handod ia at he BDAILY olco hfoe S p. I.. o
maild to the edioefoe3a p. n. of te daly
pevious to that n which thy areee cted to
Sahcipion coy ho lofl at thoDIoL office,
Meyrsor00Sollloiccwtod, 00will Bs tinec
Manager. aellocibewill cofer a avisooby
repotng pomply a lhia offic any failrc at
caricra ta dlircppr.
All chagesaia adoortii"=omatr musot iein
the ofieo y 4 P. a. on te ay proos to that
on whiohhey ae to aoea.
Pennsy-Mich. Dily 7 o'clock speil.
Honors Won bq a Graduate.
Miso Coa A..- Benneson, AM., '78,
LL.B., 'h0, hoo recently won generl
recognition by hoc pper on The Fed-
erl Gaoatees for Maintining Re-
publicon Government in th Stte."
The following is from the Near York
"Miss Coa Ag:ea Benneson, of Cor-
bridge, Mas., who read a paper recent-
ly before Ihe Aiaeicni Asociaioin for
the Advaocement of Science, on 'Fed-
eial Guarantees for Maintaining Re-
publican Government in the States,'
baa been made a fellow of the asoc
ction. Msa Benneson is a graduate of
the University of Michigan. Folloaiig
her gradaion she went to Cambridge,
Mos., and entered upoi the practice ot
law. She made a specialy ot proe-
dure in matters petaining to govern-
mental practice, and in consequen"e of
her special abiliy in this line of work
she noac has a large consulting prac-
tire in the east, and last year, as ivll
as this, gave the asso'ltion such valu-
able papaers that they deemed it a priv-
ilege to recommend her to a felloshipt.
Fieiv womena are elected felow,sni
Miss Benneson is receiving the con-
gratulations of her friends."
In the relort of the Colunbus meet-
ing of the American Assciationa for
the Advancement of Science in the Oc-
tsber (899) number of the Popular
Science Monthly, Prof. D S. Marti
soys of the social and economic scienc'
"W~o sore saaggestive title aa ver
been peaented to such a body than
that of Miss Coa A. Benneson, of
Cambridge, Mass., ona 'Fedeat Gualn-
tees tr Maintaining Republican Gov-
ernnent in the States.' Miss Benneson
is a graduate in la, and has already
aehieved distinction in her profession
in subjects relatig ts questions of
Science also commendd the paper
highly, and it has received a grat deal
of attention frm ho newspapers.
H. B. Skilman. '98L., sf South Bnd,
Ind, formerly athletic editor of the
Dily, is nova visiting old frienda whil
en his way ta Detroit. Ie says that
Louis Etel, e-1900, is located at N.7
nowned Strausee. "The Vicosc," Mr.
that ho is studying under the world-re-
nowned Straussee. "'Ie Victrs," Mr.
Ethel's compositio, was played last
week by the Leipsi Orchestra, under
Nikisch, the peerless leader.
It will all be in the Daily.
Death oil a Former Proflessor. i h S a d r
Andrewv Ten Brook, a formed profes-A H i h S n~~
sor of the University, died Sunday
afternoon at :t5. Me avas a graduate only biy Continaous Effort. A
of Cogate olleg. In 541 h wasquirescoatinuous efotlonoox
of Llgae Coleg. In184 he easthe stocks of the many clothes
Made pastor of the First Baptist
Church of Detroit. Two years later he STEIN BLOCH CLOTHING
ofameritlin clothes msaking is gained
ind so it is is elothes dealing. It re-
ir pact to select that which is boat from
,smakers ini this contry.
moral science at the University.
When James Bucehanan n-as le-tea
president of the United States, Rev.
Ten Brook was appointed canul at
Munich, Germanasy. InI t86) Abraham
Lincoln woo elected president, sad oar-
no s o Mr. Ten Brook's unblemished
character, his studious and' reliable
habis, laoewasrappointed, holding the
position until 1h63, avhen he resigned,
his health failing him.
Daring the period ot the civil war,
whan he was consul, it was hio and icc
anabassador's untiring cfforts that re-
strained Germany train recogniaing the
Mr. Ton Brook was an accomplished
linguist, being able to conaverse is four
different languages. In 1875 he warot'-
and publishcd a boaok entitled "Ameri-
coil State Universities and the Univec-
sity of Michsigans." It waos ini 18"7, awhecn
he was appointed librar'iana of the Unli-
vecit oyatMic'higon,awhih positioni ha
is without question the fiestpea.
dnceod and is ahead is every res pert of the average siade-to-orer
garments, at ab a.t ose-half the prce. It is that hind of clothisg
a ich the best dressers arcclohking foe, and realizisg this focitive
bave ibis season purehased asnounusual Larme Stock of Stin Blach Saits
and overcoats andl are ini position to i all shapes and forsomi
1ou0rImagnificentiliisa of this Ihighs grade imahe.
Best Lire of Furnishings and Caps.
Always come to us for the proper thing.
Liondenschmitt & Apfel
Lunch Counter in Connection
MEL TICKET~S. SNORT1?ORDERFIS PROMPT~LY FILED~
W. S. PARKER, Proprietor.
occupied until his health teailid hima 709 North Unsiv'ersity Aveo.
again and herresigncd. trians that tisalrS 'icRHfroleshmentSad at tile Atletic Field wilhe uscere myenperision again hio year.
as he iroteIcarticlcs torimaazincseson
papers, alsoefar the Slate PianercSo-
cicty, octiog in the capacityofatocai-
ate editor tar that organizastion.
O~nly onse dauoghter srvesc Mr. 'Ied
Drools, Mis. Eugene Maudger,at Brook-
lyis, N. Y.
Dr. Hotwlls' Lecture.
The subcct at Dr. Howeaalls' lecture
befare the Medical Sacicty Thursdlay
earning is "Phiysioloical Instruction
is Mhedical Schools." Thae subect iwill
he teted fromllthae standpoins t o n
instructor and aill hr interesting to
thase awho attend. Oue obect tisa
Medical Sacidy hod in vicar in securisg
IDr. Boaweils to deliver the address awas
that it awoald be upon a subject avhich
eat only awauld hr at interest and bene-
fI to the upper clansmen, but to th:
saphomores and freshmenl as avsll. The
lecture awill be is direct lin~e to tile warr
at the saphanmore class.
Whaile in the city Dr. Hoawells aaill hr
entertained by Prof. Edirard Camp-
Rtead the Daily Saturday eveninig
We liae w'at yo11ussat.
ive 70 dsfferent tsssds. ii
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