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THE UN I V EE SITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

2 THE UN VERfITY O} MICHIGAN DAILY

Pu Mtee d Daily (Sendaysp excepted) dring the
Cllege yer, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
0 rcc: The tnled Pess, tenig Blck.
Bth tPhaaes. Ca.
MIANAGING 'ItTOR.
FEGELHARDc0IL.
Ii 5NESS MANAGER
. 11. t1cA, '0 L.
&TILETIUS, . . D. IlcacacT, '01 E
17. C.,Waacccac, '51L. A. tI. McD~lasccL, 'it E
A. . Bcsaa, o. 0. . I.. WOD, )0
L. J,.o+MaEcaaca,'1, IVc. ltccv), '0M,
Teceuhiciituiaceiafc clia DILY cac$2.50
the clicg.}'ea, cihlarezarlcivery hacaic
noeac' idy Dali eao c ad
therac cccl' cl c ,icd: d iisiiicaiciiie ii sl h
haded iatlc tucALY Oclfide efrAcdit. o
malil111aiedtieeitora iiocicp,11n.1ofcih day
pevious ta ataon which theyaceexetedssto
appeacc
Sebecaici c-ic ay e leftiiat ite nI ficeia,
Macager.chcbciiicccwill cneatcavorsacby
All ctgit a dvertcc iinga nc'' tta tincl ti iin
ic elicfit, h .in.11iccciah1ccclay puvouecato tlat
as whcic tey ae tIaoer
Prof. Hitsdale on specialization for
Teaching.
liceecl te'icondiiladidrles iitiesicc
ioLllitiie ii tei 'iibiet Saue 1101
lgolicl Piiincils vlvediin ir-
pairicngatoa'I'each." Ilec cegaushislic-
tie satig tat dincithe irstccltwa
yeirs ofchi ciursec theutiiiversity st-
dent sholdhipy ut shllciattftont
ta tiie matte of tieacing i1fhaly it
al. lit needs thesetwoceaicscfic
othiecsir. i-ticreculiredswrkcshould
hie ostly fnishedcdulring tuistperiod
andl this time is csctecesary foc
the layingof c a tog bisia┬ęciscto-
orhip pireparatry to seciliaction.
rie studcintals lacis the mtiTy
'sod beadthoc i se ncessry to anc
advantcidlas selectiatn of subjects for
speclaization. Cansequsently pedagog
teal sck ouuscilcme ater the firs
halt of the studentsa corse. Before
ths he hcah n o ficint bcse of know-
edge on sticuch to rear ctytrofesiinal
education.c
'heure is sin acadeoical ctiiaiipr-
fessiotil ori itedaggicl diew iif stud
iesiThe acadetical tpursit of aty
stuidy mnut tiiecessarily' trcedelac
pedagogical study citi.Thetistclrc-
cquisie 01 good teaoiing an I for the
fruiitful aidiprfitale stttdyvocitechi-
lagigocliicelleshic
threct reirtioni 1.1r1 Id cl tI,
lecnin iithe thuii ccc.r. i-i liatlccit
listsbegins.Icn.iidiccelild oilf jct
for specil stuliy two'did gsliciholdll
le cnusierecdiictmmercial lo-ill lgee
ad lpiersnaitirefceece.eeStudies dntl
coiliiiitiiiiofsiltiest'hmust asoi e
consideed Ncarly vry techer in.i
aci lghsciehool is cmellt eci
lwao o r01 tibia s . Hemust cn-
sticerabth the dlandiifliiisuiecs al
theicipedaocgiccl relt isiliinrmaig
this chlolc ldicc.Gek ndLtnae
uniiteid in bth. Gecimiciand'Frlch.cl
in aonsidabiicleccdaonld Pesoal
prcfereucecshilotul hreluollwiteiso far
1s i, is cosiselt se' lithehdendcor c
teahers i iin chili I Id ipeecred 1-ic
i afavoriteis iiiiot iiiiii d itnd dil
ion iiiobabilly 1110h11 1 5515. 1 cldi
e a wise choice. I,,i a waiter 111
iwhiitic crarbttrary1rul1e cni birlii
owa, battmutst be clecie biy the.
needs ini each case.
The student may sisely borrow a
hint franc the utiversity system io
choaing. Ac he will almost certainly
have to teach more than one subject
it is et to speialize on a major and

minor or a major and two mincrc. In PS
no case should specialization be car- 1
clad on in mare than three subjects as
it would cause too great a scattering
of forces.
Dr. Hinsdale concluded by express-
ing the hope that a teaching tradition
might be established at the Univer-
city. That a recagnized precedent for
certain studies.,swhich may be profit-
ably ipursuedl together and foir which
there is a demtand, to ice combined. be
established anid ageiteraily followeid.
i-i stateid that the appointmcents coal-
mittee swouldino adoiibt work iiithis
direction.

arher's Campus
Cape*...**French Cook in Chargje
FUR1NISH-ES FIRST-CLAISS BOARD.
REGULAR BOARD $2.75. 11EAL TICKETS $3.00. Short
orders promptly filled. Fresh Home Made Cantly nose on hand
witli the famous Spotige Ccacamel a specially. Pop corn balls
atid saled peants note ready. Conic in and Icy thenm.
W S. PARKER
709 N. University Avenue
11 oliday

Band Concert.
-ilter1 cn opeingcc.receiation, the Ut
of M. B1 a ill11gisc a sisort colicecc,
ci lice house-wcarmaing Fiday at eiiii
ITle oecsioniiisal lie the foiricalsiiei-
lice occaasion iillii f.oiirmal oupei
iiig o1flice Sarah Cusell-Angcllihall.
I lie eaindclllle of thes-eninca sill ice
specilti ind ingcainithe 'Waterimans

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Gnnrlc

Change in Athletic Management.-
the follsoini-riles listclblen pro fiT
potsed farrecatification by Stainfotrdiantld
thie lUiersits of Califorcnia: Stable's Art Store 217 So. 4th Ave.
Thue fotallisecsoss 5 ll11besot ' New State, 173.
etirid. si thlat tile last gamin tsead -
01 icing played con Thainksgivinig iici3 .1
shall but tplasyciinot I lterthaIth.'-- ICYCLES STORED
sieuond Satiuirday in 'Noiiember. >
Siiecodthct liii coachmusthiel a__FOR THE WINTER
gradualiteoIii 11w tnivesiyi or hicclue
00 ,ewes. i 01ma ie assisted lltIb nputg MuAscthit hututhie ilrlowrale o
iiie gau ates 11111oon a a "e ptn ore ha h lvr 25 ceits 1pcrmot
s-ilary bs- i-iid.lofinhe coinfecions cannouiut reiisst icIL O SH V , .17E AnSB
'tirdi ithit alist of i i le iPl-ies-iouu u scii-ius choucolae et s maln ie -it ___ON __SHAW,___- ___17 __E. _Ann___St.
shall iltexcacnged by ti lhe hihilii2c00 lFast WNc licigluci andul3cG Souh -
o h e acii iuslic tei cuc C mitch cciy'I Iycl, I
inslcd ofi lls tcmanleis duuiclas h Scaifsslicetitu" g i ithe caurulyd *ype rit Copying
tamsii ofithieteams, is hieretoforile. I iT h uline i Cliiiity scull findilit ii agth 1beto hsi oprvn n o-frs il 1I e 0 %ots
Bilei thdigofineutligiletplayeSCHOO
Fouth, noullpuetsonce uivinugcu scal- , , COLOF SHORTHAND
ill furuom thd cirivist shuacll uu' chug- I107;N.11 -C'JY A ,
leii to plulay.____________NI___________S___T____ __________
1?clirtYaorrereea. aiari AS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
agignucst 'hacli or Puitueet-cu str ill hIie
aftesrubeccdeu auicecchallans with PORTA BL.EL.AMVIPS, ETC
i riie d isercossed gavels. A 5t'ICIAL'Tv. SANITaARY ccnsiiac, S-rEAct ANit OT SATE iLATIDG.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
Ih hI\lelttic Commucitee of lHarvard
wciill biticlcd aniice chng fii eu d csc cfi
cIvr stiiI ludents duhrintheslii i ngcli
sceason. A space of 40022 feat wli SNAL
bie uiseudliiiciacart if swhich the h ocey E 4 O NH
teasm siillcracitice'. 'e agsS EO N INARER
----- nordering ariae why nut get tbem wbere yoiu can get yor order
r~j - tiled on time wt a carrisge. We hsve added fire mcore to our
N L S already large line and now Ihaye the largest number of hacscntowu Icn
L D E Gwhich will ensuere you good service. Price the csnme
~1VECq ~HOL.ME$' L4V RY,
Phon'ce 10C6. 515 Last Liberty Street.
Ri PIPE TOBACCOFRSLFA
STAEBLER & CO. STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIA-
30 h~S.MAINST,
~r m r ~~~ r ION COURSE TICKETS -
UNIVERSAL SUFFERAGE
is cnniii s~puted succeed ini this city, (
a is procvcc by lila interact takceninu./'i
tlue Ludhiig piiinoi viiing contest. In ' 1 5 D C D T 15
thisee cevci en ihcii ae chilirnvt n 1.0 R D C DT .
showi thdeir intereest in tluau Sunda- u
schooidl dcr aociety iniiwhiehi they tic
thieir parcentsd crl intere'ste'd. hilu-y
.10c. sort dloflily ci thue imerchacntis
heurc mnctionied, adi os-ill far the
soieut y tir chice;-0 0 laiD yettohO S 'SB N
sacchd cull unaniimuus effot othie anSOiSA'StBA r
cut if yo society cwiii yet secure FindeSixuOters o
you the hpianoi. Fs ubr o
KOCH fuirniture, carpeats.piituire
framcue, mouitldinigs, truinks anud
-'clises (
WAHI I-llMI1LIIIR yShoes.
II'iNSHY fA4, kJecdlc r ite ( WILL CARLETON, UNIVERSITY HALL, WEDNES-
LA t > & , I.>:1 1 l Groer S S DAY EEIG JANUARY 17.
ME thlL~CEI-IM14ID Hacdw'are.
DAV I8 & SE A BOLT (eceery.
If FUSEL BRO. aleers.
MILLER & PRAY Groicers. trM/ . ,/ ┬░,,i ,', /.,t""
H.IC. EXIN\G Bid Fair Store. _______________ ____
JOHNSTON & CO Grocceraes ann __ -
Meats, Forest ave. HEADQURRTE.RS FOR
The ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
C. A. HENDRICKS Mlillinary. TrunksVlss, Telescopes,Drs SuitCae
GOODRICH WALKER & MUIR- Vlss rs ae
PHY Tailors, over First Nat. Bank. Every 0eacripihn. TRUNK AND) VALISE RIRING saticiLomest Prices.
W. N. SALISBURY Druggist, HORSE FURNISHING GOODS.
L. C, WEINM'VAN, Nettt.
307 Soutli Main Street. ANTON TEUFEL.

PERFUMERIES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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