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In charge of today's issue,
JUNIUS B. WOOD.
Yesterday afternoon copies of the
U. of M. Daily (woman's edition)
were at a premium. Every Book store
on State St. and all the news dealers
were besieged for copies by those who
had found too late that the edition
was so valuable as to be exhausted
within a few hours after placed on
sale. Mr. Schleede, who had put the
few copies remaining Saturday even-
ing in his show window over Sunday,
states that he found anxious co-ed
buyers awaitingE him Molday morn-
fog when he oened up the store, to
get the Dailies before thy were gone.
The Daily received orders today for
over 300 more copies from newsdeal-
ers and bookstores but was unable to
fill a single one. Stofflet, the news-
dealer, says that 1,000 more could
easily have been sold.
A larger number would have been
issued could this demand have been
forseen but past experience did not
warrant the management in printing
a great number of copies of such an
expensive edition, without a large
number of advance orders. But no
energetic canvass was made among
the women, and consequently the edi-
tion was necessarily made a limited
one, in fact, one that would, if com-
pletely sold, simply clear tile expenses
of publication. The Daily regrets that
it cannot for this reason announce
any earnings from the edition for the
Women's League, but it is glad to
have given the women of te Univer-
sity an opportunity to have brougiet
themselves before the University pub-
lic so favorably, through its columns.
Articles btt Michigan Professors.
Among the papers and publications
"which have recently appeared frot
the pen of Michigan professors are
The American Journal of Physi-
ology for December 1, 1899, contains
two articles by Professor Warren P.
Lombard and Dr. W. B. Pillsbury of
ltst medical and literary departments,
respectively, Tle titles ofdthe articles
are: (1) A New Form of piston Re-
corder and Some of the Changes of
the Volume of the Finger Which it
Records, and (2) Secondary Rhythms
of the Normal Human Heart. The
first article is descriptive of a modi-
fication and an improvement of the
piston recorder apparatus. The sec-
ond article gives an account of some
of the results obtained with the modi-
Profesor George Hempl and Dr.
Benjamin P. Bourland 'will read
papers at the meeting of the Modern
Language Association in New York
City December 27-29.
The titles of two recently published
articles by Dr. A. S. Warthin, instruc-
tor in pathology are: (1) A Primary
Polymorphouseell Sarcoma of the
Nose, With Universal Metastasis and
Formation of a Free Sarcomatous
Mass in the Right Ventrical Cavity
and (2) The Co-existence of Carcino-
ma and Tuberculosis of the Mam-
mary Gland. The first appeared in
the New York Medical Journal of
June 24, 1899. and the second in the
July number of the American Journal
of Medical Sciences.
The Therapeutics of Respiratory
Diseases is the ....e of an article by
Dr. W. B. Hinsdale which is an-
nounced for the January number of
the Medical Century.
The Christmas Wrinkle appears to-
day and seems to maintain, in every
way, the standard set in past num-
bers. The cover page in red and
black is striking and a pleasing re-
minder of Christmas. The centre
page-a mistletoe scene-is by White-
head. Charlie Baird is the favorite.
Some of the verse by Kirk and
Marshall is very good and the jokes
are even brighter than usual. A new
department "Wrinkle Philosophizing"
is a welcome innovation. The price
of the number despite the special
cover is but ten cents and the num-
ber should have a good reception.
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