THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY
2 THE UNIVERSITY O~ MICHIGAN DAILY
Pabsia d Daily (Sndaya ecepte) dasang the
Cllege yea, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
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The cbsepl OnIsice at the DALY sa.50ote
he college yar, with a reglae deliceryieoree
no atea. Ntice, cae eacais, ad
theersaerineancs ee orpblicaton rot e
haaded iI aete DIettlic betee 8 p . oa.
mailed to the edtoe bee 3 p. an. of te ay
peeviustothteonawhihtheyare execate to
Ssceiptionsessay ibe lets a the DAILY tic,
,deyer'seo6,o Stssta'e asaesss, ccritiBstineess
Maaage. hSusbcibe wil aosetaefavsoe by
repaeting pessply a able aficany asssilrea at
eaeies aodlive paerse.
All elseges is adertiisng meremucse t boini
the aticaiy ,5p. ss. oacteseray previus tccthas
IhaeAmerican College oi the Twen-
Proefessr Clenment 1, .,..cntrib-
ctes a eticle te the AtaticIbotly
fea Febrarcy n "Te AtesaicanCo Cl-
lege its the - wentath Century."IHa
discusses ia vaity at tha proelsenso
whale the colleges at the presebnt ce-
tury will ise obligesd ta cttle isae
fiat is the qestian cc to whenatahea
at Radclitte andsarnDcard whchheta
tachseadto ca universty, acthlidse-
panadetnt type like tCssaii tid Peitk
We scan saswer thesqusiotln bitteI
wehena we ae what the cllealleetesta
tea woessnat, esecially woeisedaesined
for ttte higher positiosaofatsoial litt
DeansSnmithc thenadisctsedl te qes-
tion at the shorter collee curse at,
leeis oathtea syniothtlite s nii
lonag enouglh to justiy anexpteditut,-
ot time that trevetnts a manafram bh
tog fitted toelas lae wontictlie
to twenty-six. The college mot isa
a place ot reedm whea resionsihility.
It involkes danger, buaitnhood ast
character cannot e developed with-
out the element ot danger, ad it is.
theretore, nt s fit place tr ever-
body. Bt to conteract this danger.
the strangest influences arc provided.
to conclusiotn, Deco Smith asserts
that the cassics wilt .e necessary i
the coltege ot the tuture since it is
a question not at need, hiut ot excel-
lence, and eduction is nt cnmplte
without a knowledge first hand of the
lite atnd thought ot two peopale ram
whons oaur own thoughtaes sprung.
Dental Director oi the Athletic As-
At the next meeting ot the atletic
hoard, a director will ha elected to
fill the vacancy ram the dental de-
partment. Up to this time ht on
name has en prposed, that ot Keni
Mlartindale, '. I-i is nt a nmemsber
ot either ot the raternities nd sees
to -a.eauniversally conidered a cotmpe-
tent man to fill the positin. Hils'
brothser, who tormerly attended the
University, was oanger ot the '95
Varsity traeca teans nd also one at
the etitors ot The Daily.
"Conemunications" seem to e rie
at present. The writers must secure
considerable satitaction rom eeling
that they are concealing their identity
under assumed namns. Suh radical
statements might e difficlt to tp-
hold in public.
An Alunnus Who is nowe Conpicious,
Webster K. Davis, '871 is now
traveling towards Pretoria in Presi-
dent Kruger's private car. His inten-
tions are unknown and causing unutes
to the British. e was ppular in col-
lege and president ot the '7 law class.
Since . leaving college he has been
mayor ot Kansas City and also men-
tioned as a Republican eligible tr
governor in 1896. Ater that hie se-
cured the psition at assistant-secre-
tary ot the interior under the present
administration. Me was a classmate
ot Aldernsan Chs. H. Aling, ot Ci-
cag, vice has recently attracted peal-
lie attentons fy introdatcing an ordi-
nance offering a reward ot two latn-
dred dollars to every nsan who klathe
a tfottpad itt Chicago.
Track Athletics at Princeton.
About seventy-five men are training'
tar the Pritnceton tracka team. Meets'
have een scheduled cth Calitrnia.
Columbia and Cornell. Princeton wil
enter a relay teens in the Knicker-
bocer Athletic Cub games n Feb
ruary 1th, and will meet the relay
teensot Clunmia at New York on
Mbarcht 17th, adclfetPennisyvaiaieat
Philadeltphia etc April 29th. or t.
Olympic gaines at Pars next scan-
afar, the iesa mete in ecah event wail
leave Princetoin aout Jcne 20th ads
cwiii remain ic tieir qarters there
abousst six aeeks.
Professional Baseball Coaches.
Pitcer Lewis, tot Dostoin, ciiicochl
H-arvard; Dffy ciltinstrcct ostis
issllege; Staihlcviii teacea Notr Dame
andsiClak atof DBototn, wisowc
Princ-etonc lon toplaiy
A t s.,:li Ttiact diiouth ,ras
25e lio t ls.
Apoelaa relait los e Deulsri Ifies.c
TOOTH BRUSHES TO MATCH
C...AMPS r~~'.DJDRUG wOR
'he Ludwig pano wll e given
away; thata sure and the time s
tepidly approaching when the winne
vill he determined. The race is e-
coming more exciting, ut all com-
petitors knew the contest is a air
oes and the judges are impartial so
all depends on the society who do the
met work. Remember, i you wish
to help your society, make a 1 cent
purchase at any ot these merchants
and cast one vote tor that society.
KOCH turniture, carpets, picture
frames, mouldings, trunks and
WA HR & MILLER Shos.
RINSEY & SEABOLT Groce ie.
CGEO. HALLER Jeweler.
LAMBI & SPENCER Grocers S. St
MEULIG & SCHMID Hardware.
DAV IS & SEABO)LT Grocery.
H FUSEL IBROS IBakers.
MILLER & PRAY Grocers.
H. C. EXINGER Fair Store.
JOHNSTON & CO Groceries ad
Meats, Frelt ave.
The ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
C. A. HENDRICKS Mfillinary.
GOODRICH WALKER & MUR
PHY Tailors. ovr tFirst Na. IBank.
W. N. SALISBURY Druggist,
L. (C, WEINMHAN, Mveats.
A.ra eatBsally etravagat, They hay
diaodes, hat they da eat pay fancy prices
tee theam. They bssy teed ahoes. bat they
bay judiciausly. People who are werkiag oa
amalt salaries sre aore lihely tc became
wealthsy it they tollaw the examaples of
ealtchy peopla than at they tollow the cx-
amples at aches people she are worhiag as
REPAIR WORK RIGnT. i
Glass's Shoe Store,
109 S. MatnStrseet.
0Opee eveaings until 8 o'loch.
Our 1-4 off Sale
...IS STILL ON..
.t,. Bat it may cease as suddenly as it
S started. Bear thai in mind and
profit by it.
1-4 Off Means
35 Cents or
3 for $1.00
R20.00 ScitnsialOvercots $19.00
18.00 it it 13.50
15.00 i t < 112
10.00 ' <"C " 7.50
Noble's Star Clothing House
-AS AND ELECTIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPC L T.Sce A ITiARY Iit UsIsiso , SAMAai HT ERHA TI uaevs N Gia~tc.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
,,H IOLMiES' LIVEY..
FINE COACH-ES For Parties, Receptions Etc.
C OUPES Goadad Prompt Service Guaranteed
SSTUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIA-
TION COURSE TICKETS
$1,50 REDUCED TO $1.50
dSOUSA'S BAND 11I;
and Six Other n
Fire Numbers far
SSousa and his Band,. University Hall, Monday
Evening, January 19,
JOSPUH GILLOTT'S It'S O rP~ G To wait uintil yeu arecomapelledl to
STEEL PENS. now____ ruHE. WISE MAN
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS PEXPOITION, 1889,hasrbesndastmray o
AND THECICAscGO EXPOSITION AWARD.busrbesadhstisrayfo
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. wear when occasion requires-and
APRILL'S.SHOE STORE has less to pay the doctor.
PERFUMERIES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.