THE UN 1 V EL SITY Ol MICHIGAN DAILY
2 THE UNI VEt SITY 01 MICHiGAN DAILY
Pub eled Dty (So dopo ecpte) dring the
College yar, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
or'acE The Inlad Pess, Uenig Block.
Both Phoes. 147.
NAN AGING EDITOR.
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ATHLETICS, .. . . Heaooce, 'Ot B
T B. WOOsOu-,'0 L. Al. Mc~cOV(-LL,'tt E
A.G. BROWN.'02. E. J. B. WOoOD,0
L.J.A0TttcoOOR,0, W. tD.1Lcat, '0M,
The euhciptopieeofthe 1AILY0 is2.0Ofo
he college ye, witha0reglr deieyeoree
noneco day. Noice, communioctios, od
othere uotoettended oe plcatiocnout e
handed itoat the DAILY offe befoec 0p. Il'o
mated to te edito eoe 3 p. mof olthe dy
pevioe to tht oo which they aeo epcted to
Shciptions loop e let at the DInY ottie,
Meyeees, O oleotlotewsotod, oe with Bcteeo
repoting pompty at thioroie 000 failre ofo
arieee, to delivepoe.
Altchangeetonoadveriig m00tteroutus e i
the ofiec y 00p, m.00 te day prpecios o 0tht
on which he ae o 00 000
A moveenett has en strted by
tthc tntercotegiate Rowng Asoca-
tion, compood f Cototottote Petn-
syvania ;nd Crttclttilmateits
cncoct regatta t Polt')etee,seth its
yor 0a 000007ltrger 11c00 n-' and
sonething otott theoderof te lieo. ,
roreo in EoIglotd. trodier to accoftt-
pish this pupoeoc, e tlotcsrfne 05
univrsities thve toentittvttedtto setd
crews to participate tto te tregatto
anot towit. tfsufficetttitttetet to
naniested inthitts tmoant. (Othoc
stewards of thc asor slotntentoto
tovetot ony racer toin olhicth te
eights, ht also foutrsdotobes aned
oiamntd scotloscottlcompete po-
vided that ettries 'P"tmoe tbefore
May 1t. It seems anost ccrto
tlat the universities wtttctthave hcet
invited wilt accept, as Wiscotnsit has
atreadly shown her wlltrguess, and
the others woutot te favorabe to enter-
ing into a contest whicsrould attract
so much notice.
Columbia Wants a Foot-Ball Game
Director Baird received a telegram
yesterday from Colmia University
offering to play Michigan it football
on next 'Thanksgiving OlOy in New
There has been considerable dis-
cussion of introducing the custono
of "Junior Week" into the Uni-
versity this year. Thio custom ob-
tains in nost of the eatern Univer-
sities. During the week are given
the Juniot- Hop. Glee, Banjo and Man-
dolin concert, Sophomore op, Com-
edy Club play, and the various Ger-
man, house arties and luncheon.
While this arangement is not possible
here at present a step in that direc-
tion will be taken. Besides the Jsn-
ior Hop and houste parties the mtsical
clsubs concert will come in that week.
This will be given the night after te
Junior Hop. Daily rehearsals are now
being held and will continue until the
concert. The clubs are makin evey
effort to make their firt appearance
after several years of sleep a nemor-
Mr. Charles Simon will deliver the
Alsmni ration tonight at the annual
literary exercises of the Detroit igal
School Alstmni Asociation. The re-
ceipts of the exercieo are for the
beneffi of the scholarhip fund, estab-
lished to asit worthy graduate to
attend the bniversity of Michigan.
WHY THEY FLOCK APART Parker'sCmp
lCntnefom pa~e 17am u
to be content to worship mostly from
a distanee. C f ...
"Df the cauoes for this estrange- French Cook in Charge
ment, which io by no means a new FURNISHES FIRST-CLAISS BOARD.
thing, but rather one which has REGULAR BOARD $2.75. flEAL TICKETS $3.00. Short
grown up with the system of co-edul- orders promptly filed. Frcsh Home Made Candy now on hand
cation, no one has been so potent per- with the famous Sponge Caramel a specialty. Pop corn balls
haps ao the systems of fraternities and salted peanuts nosy ready. Come in and try them.
and sororities among the studento
themselves. This system binding the W S. PARK
students into 'cliques, excludes the70N.UiesyAv
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or even extended acqulaintance.
Another cause which also applies tr
thle great body of independents is the
style of dress most popular with the
noan stutdents for wear abotut college.
Stnce sweaters of wonderfool hues and
tmarvelous designs are worn toy nearly
every student and practically all of the
tinoe, morning, afternoon and es-ening.
fur a student to makec himself present-
lose to a young lady is always noore or
less a task.
"And witho it allthteo existitog condi-
tion oftthtings seems satisfactory to
both sides cotcerned, and in Ann Ar-
bor at least, no one to very greatly
shocked. Howsever, thougho co-eduoca-
lion has been itexisteuce at the Utti-
versity of Michigano for 30 years. thoere
tre still stronger opponett of the spa-
tenm u-oo oct1 seize on smatter things
thoano flat of thoc onsociability of ttoe
stotoetts too arguoe the ill-success of the
co-edocation in Michigant, its great
strongldo in tis country.
"loe listory of c0-eductoiton tn thoe
uiversity is ao folloows:lto 1855 Dr.
E. 0. Haven, thoen a professor tn the
iniversity, advocatedl the adnoissiono of
wvomen 010 00n0eqouality switto m0010 Toe
tgitation of thoe question rottinoted,
ndot trominent educator s ott uver floe
counttry were coosuliteto boot most of
thoemo, inclotditogiPoesidenot Henory P.
'i ooat an ondthoeentotrc facolttv of ooor
unliverity, oere opoposeod to thoe toeas-
ore. Finally. pressed bty the demoanods
of the state legislatotre, the botord of
regnto in Januaory, 1870, passeod a res-
olution which, in effect, admitted wo-
noen to our tuniversity upon the sanoe
footing as meno. Dn Feb. 2, 1870, ils
Moandalon L. Stockwsell, of Kalamoazoo,
wvas admitted, being the firottusoten
to enter the university.
"Another woman entered the sanoe
year, making the ratio twoowomen to
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