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December 11, 1899 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-12-11

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THE UNIVERSITY OF

Published Daily (Ssndas excepted) daring the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.,
Orrc: ThebIld Press, Henning Block.
Both Phones, 17.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
O. H.HANs.'00 L.
EDITORS.
ATHLETICS, . . . G. D. IIUDnUTT, '01 E
T. R.WoonaOw,'00 L. A. R. DoenoALL,'01E
A. G. Bowan, '102. E. J. B. WOn, '00,
L. J. asONTGOsERY,'0, W. D. Hcxr, '00 M,
The subscription price of the Afso t $250 for
the college year, with a regular delivery before
naon ce.day. 1Notices, comcuicatins, and
other matter intended for phication mastb h
handed in at the DAILY ofice before S p. m. or
mailed to the editor before 3 p, m. of the Aay
previous to that on which they are expected to
appear,
Subscriptions may be left at the DAY ofice,
Meyer's, or StoIllet's newtand, or with Bueinees
Manager. Subscribers will confer a favor by
reporting promptly at this oaics any failure of
carriers to deliver paper.
All changes in advertising matter must be in
the ofaice by 4p. m. on the day previous to that
on which they are to annear
Saturday evening the sophomores are
to introduce a musical program by
sonme of the best University talent in
connection with their annual social.
The plan gives promise of being a
great success.
The question of football coaches for
next year seems to be the alt-absorbing
ene and posibilities are being
discussed on every aide. The Daily
taker great pleasure Is pnuing in to-
day's issue, an able aid oiprehensive
review 0ctreIt , 0 tJy A itit ciletitt
alumnus, who graduated see.1 I years
ago, but whose interest in all iattero
athletic is still vital and. loyl , i i
unfortunate that for professiocao I a
sons, the writer wishes to assute ,
anonymous character, but the com-
munication should command no less
respect.
The current number of the Bulletiut
contains some extreme policy-revolt'
tionalizing thories cocerning tic'
Thanksgiving Day game which shcce
very clearly that the writer did nlid
have the pleasure of witnessing sai
game himself, or a few of the unust
suggestions would have been quic i
dropped.
The Daily is wondering how Mana t
Fisher of the Wisconsin team likes him
self since Saturday's game. While t
championship. could not be definitely
decided without playing such a gaic
people generally would have acknow-
edged Wisconsin's claim as prior to
that of Chicago. But by Saturday
game, Wisconsin was shown to be far
more inferior to Stagg's braves than
Michigan was to the Cardinal. 1.the
game was played purely from a merce-
nary standpoint, it was a success. bu
such a policy is open to severe censure
Besides, the Wisconsin coffers ough t
be fairly well filled after the Than,,
giving Day event.,
An Alumnus Honored.'
Willis J Abbott, '84, has been appoint-
ed chief of the press bureau of the
Democratic National committee. His
rise since ieaving college has been rap-
id. After leaving here, he went into
journalism in Kansas City. Later he
became manager of the Chicago Timero
Leaving there he wa an editorial
writer on the New York Journal during
the last campaign. Soon afterhe

Subject for the "Good Gocernment
Club Prize."
Near the close of the last academic
year the sum of $500 was given by the
Good Government club to the Regents
of the University, the income of which
was to be used as a prize for the en-
couragement of the study of questions
pertaining to good government, The
management of this prize was intrusted
to a committee composed of the Head
of the Department of Political Ecot-
omy, the Dean of the Law School, and
the Dean of the Literary Department.
It is upon th authority of this comit-
tee that the following statement is
made:
For the academic year 1899-1900 the
income of $500 for one year will be
paid as a prize for the best essay upon
the following subject: "The Functions
of Mayor in Municipal Government
What Are They and What Should They
Be?"
Any student of good standing, regu
larly enrolled in the University of
Michigan may become a competitor for
this prize
All essays submitted in competition
for this prize must be in hands of the
chairman of the committee on or be-
fore the first of May, 1900. The prize
will be awarded on the fifteenth of t
month following. Each essay must be
signed by a fictitious name and accomt,
panied by a sealed envelope in which,
besides the name signed, must be stated
the correct name and address of the
contestant,
Any inquiries respecting this matter
may be submitted to Professor Adams,
chairman of the committee.
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DEAN M. SEABOLT, Manager.
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NOBLbE8 5TfM RGLOT hING -OUSE
T'HE ADVENT U RES,
OF A FRESHMAN
by 7ESSE LYTNCH WILLIA MS, author of
THE STOLENI STORY AND OTHER NEWSPAPER STORIES, ETC.
This stirring tale of college life is Mr. WILLIAMS'S
first long story, and it has already been pro-
nounced -by the N. Y. Evening Sun -- a better
picture of college life than the same author's
Princeton toriCe (Which is now in the Sth edition.)
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