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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Published Daily (Snday ecepted drig the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFICE: The Ilaned Pre, Henig Blck.
Bth Phes, 14.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. EGELAD, '1 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
. IH. eAN. '00 L.
EDITORS.
ATHILETICS . . U icetes, '01 E
T, iR. Weaaaaw, '00 L. AtL. cDltAcLLOl E
A. . BaawNE. 'lI.E. J. B. WOD, '0,
L. J.MoNeraatatt,'0, W. I.Hittowa, 'taM,
Th e hbcriptinpicaofthe VAIL isal.50lfo
the college year, with a regar deliery eore
noonaeach day. Ntice, caaaaaniatins,ad
other mattereiteded lee pbliaaaaneauatba
haded ia at the DILYttoffalec ler 8 p. a. or
mailed Ca the editor hefore 0 p. w. te the (ay
preeviotts to that oa which they ae epectd to
'appear.
Shsciptions ay bh efct at cia DArLY osie,
Mepeec., or Soallt' rewetad, or with Bastost
Maage. Sbsciheswill coalerea aory
reporting promptly at this aofieancy ailre at
carriers to delivear paper.
All chage int arlsatiic" wttermsteebe ia
the alfice y 4 p.to.o the ny pevius to that
on which thee are to ueacr.
In charge oatotday'a laue:
--JUIUIS 1B. WusD.-
Tonight, a every student of the tai-
vrsity should know, the football tact
leaves tr Philadelphia. The men have
a lacg tnd tiresome trip eore hes,
ridintg oc the are ace ight antI one
day. if tir cam losee it will e e-
case the acds agaitost theta are lee
greatto hbeovercrne. Leara wcie,
they ran e' depenelded pnto etihold
the honor at the rollege. It orme
wen, cwhile it wct11 not give ats any claire
to rhampionshipe hotors, it will e a
great vitory tr Michigan. Pennsyl-
vania is one itt the "Big Fer" cotlee
et the east. and in same preioes yors
has 'ectstheigget. 'hough seeral
times deeted tisiyiar she has tied
one so-ctlleid good esernteartm-
Chicago. 'rie reslt at this ceek's game
owt11hr a means of cotnparison betweetn
Cwoewceserntamas. If see cit, wewcil
have acomplshted met th'at any oter
wesern franc hoe ever dotte ttcnterat
A victory of this ttne at the year
crea<t oLSran ecou aragement clcose
value cituld not be etimteatedc to tce
team and coaches.
Americ.aIoasts of4b6auntvestttes
and colleges cwith an atendaen''f a7
stadents, inveted capttl of $5000,
and emtployitg as taches and atendi-
ants 25000 persons. The cve'rc thest
colleges cwithsteir edtcsrmtts ae:t
Girard, $25250000; Lelattd St'tnfotd
Jr., $13500000; arvatd $100000000Col
ambl, $0,500000; Cotell le8,000000
Chicago, $0,500000; T'ale $,500,000
Each oftthlese has an atcttal icome itt
aver $.00,000. The Univerty ot
Teas to rich in land and gves pttttise
one day to be the richest ott all Atnet -
cats universities. It htldsttle to 2000,-
000 acres.-Ew.
Our Relic o the War.
Specifcatons for mounting of the '9
cannon have been completed, and the
mounting will be as nearly as pssible
alter t-e trmer ones in Mecca Castle
in Santiago do Cuba. The meuted
cannon will be lcated on te c'mpu
near the flag staff.
Miss Viola Vernon, daughter of fle
late Dean Vernon of Syracrea Fine Art
College, is visiting Miss Ben Oliel, 31d
S. Fifth avenue. Miss Verntn is edior
of the Alpha Phi quarterly

An Echo of the Game.
According to the usual castom efthtie
Board of Control in investigating the
conduct of any player ruled oat at a
game, France appeared before the
board last night. There was no trouble
inshalowing that his condact ores not
unbecoming, atnd there cras no case
for disciplining action, as any undue
roughoness by him wras unintentional.
Librarty Hours.
The University libraries are opern
daily as followrs: General library, 0 a.
ino. to 10 p. in., semitoary roomos, 8 to 12
a. in., 1 to 6 and 1 to 10 p.nm. Lacy li-
brary, 8 to 12 a. no., 1:30 to 5:30 and7
1o 10 p. no.
Congregational Church.
In compliancecwith the reetuest of
students of the University a series of
Mondaty evening addresses cviii be de-
lireredl in the Cocgregational Cherio
by ihe pastor at follotrs: Stuetofa
lace on 'Zinas, the Lawyer," to sttt-
denets fphsarmacy an "The Art of te
Attothecary," to studetof tenginerr-
tng ott "Bezaleri, the SontcoittUri."
The Governtment's Part in the Races
"For the ficot time itt the history it
inttertiontat yachtitng, te Uttitedi
Sttsgvrmt took ant active itart
n lthcott. I refer to lIAeSelle~ent
politing ol thte coarse by the fleet itt
revette.coitersanti torpieditbots
anderthIe tcommand at Capt. Roebley B.
Evatso Figting lBob.' Otwing
10 tht spelendildwcro thlbecvesse'ls, the
yachts hatd a fair fid. Not ottce did
thtey suftet ttomtnhie cwashtof theex-
eatrsiotnhoatsnttr wasetshlere the slight-
etitterfe retire withatheircwindl. Capit.
Evastescattied oat his orders to Ike
stit clettet. lecomplieofatseveral
vesIsl tattnfrintgedetcnIte rules that
hr mett, bet these craft wrere not at-
loweid to get close etnough to do ite
slightest misciefr. Thte becefit of a
clear couser is due, in a great nmeasure,
to te etforts at Cotmmnodore IDatne, who

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usalsl hiteeluencise
an ucee naput'os."--Capt. A. J.
tag tar Novenmber.
The library of the T:i
fornia nowr includes 7;
ames, atfcwhich 1.9u1
year.
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