THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
-aleh aty (Snday excepted) drng th
cllege year, at
THE UNIERSIIY OF MICHIGAN
,O enc: a EItanad Prea, Heaatg Block.
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A G. BOWNE. '2.
The aahsciptioa price or the DAILe a 82.50 fo
She 11l grear,i areglar deiery before
honecday. Noice, cotoatotcatioca, and
ther ematter intedd oe pblictoos eat b
huned int tle DILYoffce befoe8 p i. or
mailed to the editor before 3p . a.of ee da
previoua to that orowhih thee are expeted t
Saeriptiaemca be left at the DIoLY ofiee
:Meeres, r Stoletetewtact, r with Basiner
Manager. Sbscribrwillefera favor by
reporting Irotptlt hit offceay failre o
,carriers to delier ppyr,
Alt haget anottertieleg oatter ,ost e ie
the offie by 4 pt. t. ox theay preioe to tha
-n whiek tee are 1occeua.
At a meeting etf the Dily Board hed
Gatnight G. D. Bdoutt was elected
B~y one whoc would vi it t1he hopita,
at -ud readily be seen that there
could be no doubt whatevr but that
4he numnhr of linics offered to the Je-
nior and senior clase were suficient
tn ret the toeeds of anty medical school
ofequal standing. At the lat clitic
neophthalmology toere ere twenty-
twoticaebeforc the laoo tot opea-
tion ant examinatoon Nt oltis the
,clnor largno ophthalmoology iut too l
thr.otherclincs thee is amptl omaeial
to be piened t to toe olases.At poes-
,ent elit seniooohas tiro otor tothoe
so ro to dres night nd ooorinoo" b-
aie sreeticng nd atitciplatttg ittaiy
iumber of clonico in toraftercnoono.
There to no quetio that ot oneswegos
toe qoteston fitly thtecliicsate a
;gote. ,-is anvwhrr.
No More All Fresh
'The theitc mtoaerog'enot hasdtoeed
A dvable to do awa witho te p1n
,Ot.haing n allfteshmanCteoaootios
,;,-at- The schetme hs tooic bon ted,
tout otohtoteesseiho tierreultthoat
clas erm verr enottoleentlt0up.
Tbhree yessag~o thirltsettetpt wasd
rmade aridott thitstem MLeateJai-
act .and tglet to elterpltyodtnIth
Varstyho i tei'irst "e1xpteret'tttt a
college tcam.ThoIle yaro oli00 tthoc
yenowas abandl oed, but woo attpt-
rd dgainlast yeato ani Ctrooy Clark
was tengaged to tt as teoc oach. Ntt
games tould be arrangd, hosever, ao
th all-frsh" N as barred fromoc oms-
o~tongn the class oeric, cd the teamto
had to be content withitlaccsingle vitory,
To Assist in the Gmnsium.
?Mr Chas, M. Wlliamns, the newors
--istantdietor cf the Gymutasim, tar-
riod yetetday afternooto frcm Phila-
'1 elhot where he haso ihad charge of the
,ethlet le work f Friends Central
:Schrol. For the pat four yer his
'rk aa been there and at Temple Col-
1pe where e has bett quite scesful
sen developing athlet.
Otn Monday the regular.els s worc in
AeGy-maum wtitt begin. The work
'ill not be compulsory until the firt
-ek in November.
The bath rooms at the Gym have been
.everhauled during the summer and
xsever 1 new showers put n.
This is the sixth year that Waterman
ymtaium as been mnning.
President Schurman on Expansion. nHhPrsScumnoTusdy attr-,I,,Stndard
noon addressed the students of Cornell
of -AAf- ;n Int-e -1,;- ;o ---A
on the question of expanoion in the
lighot of his investigations in the Phil-
ippines. He declared that the theoretic
advisability of expansion had not been
an open question since the treaty with
Spain. The United Stateo had expand-
ed and was sovereign over the Philip-
pines. The question nosy remained,
What woo her duty as a sovereign?
He sounded a warning to the effect that
no ruling race should ever treat its col-
onies or dependencesoas0poseosiono.
"The sovereign tower possceoe noth-
ing in the Philippines but there io
something it owes. It is charged with
the responsibility cf governmsent. And
it is the duty of the sovereign to gov-
emn these dependencies acccrding to
justice and for their advancement, not
for its own gain.
"And colonieo and dependencieo
should be self-supporting. The most
valuable aid a sovereign otate can give
adependency is to help it help itself.
For itnstance, let home defeaoe be pro-
vided with native troops. And let this
oeit inrlotes mtooaking stgained
oniy by Continuous Effort. And to it is is clothoea dealing. 01tire-
quircontainuous effort an oar part to select that which ia beat frog
the stocks of the many oloihes makera is this coantry.
STEIN BLOCH CLOTHING
it withoat question the finest pro-
duced and it ahead is every respect cf thr average made to-order
garments,. at ata it oar-half the price. It is that hind sf clothing
which the hoot dreasers are looking foe, sod realizisg this fact we
hare thio trasos porchated an unosual Large Stack of Stein Bloch Suits
and Overcoats asd are is position to fit all shapeasand forms icoms
oar magniienat liar of this high grade hae.
Best Line of. Furnishings and Caps.
Always come to us for the proper thing.
Lindenschmitt & Apfel
PARKER'S CAMPUS CAFE
Lunch Counter in Connection
Iurn a T m'srsernm n Trnrnnm nnrnnnn xmnurmw ,~T
nativo army of defense be maintainoedjMAI II1I iIIiIKIKXPIII''IYiII.I
I byiA~ theP"is colony itselfS PH and not by theF
"To authorities establishoed in the cot-
tcnles and dependencies the sovereign
power should delegate all the functions
cf government. This rule holds good
soheter the colonisto be of the same
race as the sovereign nation or differ-
ent. Government njust be adapted to
tthe governed. An unsuitable govern-
ment, nay be as bad in its effeels as an
1"Poass an a ct instituting the govern-
ment and stand aside while it is admin-
ittered in the light of local experietoce.
"And latst, thcetmen u-ho are to super-
vise thte working out of this gosverto-
Sment nmuot be not tuerely of averoge
ability. but of extraordinary ability and
character. After all, your government
deptendr uoen the omenu-ho adtuininter
With this issue free delivery of
titseDaily will be (its~oititlaetI.
A Cane From Manisa.
dSee. Wade the past wreeke has been the
recipiettoet a fine catoe from Dean C,
GWorcenter at Manila. The cane iosnoade
of Buffalo hcrn and io a finte article of
werkmoanosoip. It consisto of 17 pieces,
etch becitgo tiout twoticesin length.
Twoowsolte stripes tuark the utoion of
th o'floTe itodotl t hoclothorni
hollttw, btut ttt gise totirtmtneson iron
otd is iIont'eissotde.
Ifyott are partclar, try
ourbletndof feshtlycoaqx d
crneacid delicacy of flavor
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First Danctng Party, Saturday eesnleg, Oct.7
Office, groundflsor, Granger~s Academy.Pupis
receive at aneptime during nearou.
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