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THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

2 THE UNIVERSITY O~ MICHIGAN DAILY

Publised Daily (Sndoysexeeptd) dOneg the
College yer, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
O reeco The Inlond Pess, Heclg Block.
Both Phooe. 7
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENce1o coD'0lL.
BUSINESS MANAGE.
O,.11.11HAS, 100L.
EDITORgS.
ATHILETICS, . . . 1. Ifecce, '01 B
T. RWeOODO,'ooL. A. H. MetocLL,0lF
A. G. BRoc. '02. E. J,B. WOOD,h0,
LJ. MONesOMoER,'OO, W. cl. Ifcce, 'hOM,
'he subscpton ce1050of the D Lxcccisce2.0 foe
he college ye, cilh a reglr deliery befoe
soescb dy. Noice, ecomunectios, cd
oheeemattere blooded foe pblictoniemusst be
hnded in oh the DILYe office befoec801. ie., or
mailed to the editoe efoeee83p.c. of the dy
01000 cc tohat o0 whieh the yaeexepcted to
appea.
Subsciptinesy be left cctothe DAILY ottc,
h dyer'sor00Soille's ecetanoreew-it Boelceec
Manacge. Sbscribes cwill cofee it faoe-ceby
repoting pomptfly acctiscicee cy failrecof
carriees co delisepae.
All chnge i adetiing smatte mccst e i
the office by 4 p. i. 0nlte cly peioce cc tht
on whc-bobtheaeoacwwarcc.
Banquet oi Washinton Alumi.
Thirty-three memers of the Wah-
ingtonc University of Mihign Alumni
association sat at the annual banquet
at the Ebitt house, Wsccngton, D.
C.c lot evening. Among thoe pres-
eit ws President Angell, wo spoke
onl the tUniversity, telling of the
growth cud tprogress of the institution.
One of tie most interesting speehec
was y Loic D. Wight, of Detroit,
who is nosemenployed in the sar de-atet u a oeo h rwo
tice Yosenmie ..ing tie Spanish war.
iHdospokle ocn te. of M. it i.e Spat-
ish sar, alleging that 60 per cent of
the iMichigan naval nmilitia 011tat
S111P sere university men. He de-
scrihed hose even e-memes hast
ened to re-enlist as soon as .e war
hecamse certain, and gave the Yosem-
it's gllant tars warmc praise for their
earing in battle.
E. J. Ottosecy, '4, of the Free Press,
500l University of Michigan in jour-
nalism," and during his remarks cited
many instances of success in this field
by graduates of old Michigan.
An old Handbill Attracting Attention
An old handbill in te window of
Mck & Cs. is attracting attention. It
reeds:
Attention! Indignation meeting.
The citizens of Ann Aror are reque_
ed to meet at the coal-f house this
evening, of o'clock, to take into
consideration the conduct of t he
FACULTY of the University of Mic-
igan in expelling all the students be-
longing to the secret societie.
"MANY CITIZENS"
Decelber 20, 1849
Michigan's Baseball Schedule.
Director aird left yesterday for the
East to make arrangenments for ase-
ball schedules and football coaches.
The only baseball dates given out yet
are the four below:
April 1.-eoit at eit.
April L0.-Northwestern at Evans-
ton.
May 5.-Nortlcwestern at Ann Ar-
ber.
May 23.-eboit at Ann Arbor.
The dates with Wisconsin hve no
yet been arranged and those with Illi
nois are still to be ratified. -
Some workmen in this city while
digging a well recently found a Roman
penny imedded in clay twenty feet
helow the surace. Prof. Kelsey ha
decided that it was used in 200 c.D.
Mow did it reach Ann Aror?

Societtl Programs.
Webster-Jan. 26, 1900.
Music. Impromptus-L. L. Lewis, -
C. W. Kitcham and E. M. Priest.
Debate, Resolved, that the English
policy swith regard to South Africa is
wrong.j
Affirmative-E. R. Sunderland, Ver-
gil Nacn, W. W. Withenhurg.
Negative-C. A. Miller, C. Larson,
M. Weigle.
General debate. PANTL
Reading-Theo. Lake. O
Critics report.-(VIA
Jeffersonian-Jan. 26, 1900. I(EP
Current Topics-F. A. Carnal.
Impromptus-F. Christianson and C. ___________
B. Kephart.
Address-C. M. Lyle.
Improtmptuc Dehte-_c,. k. Einstein
and D. WV. Flynn.
Ceneral Debate, Re.solved, that the
powers should intervene to puct an end
to the present sear in Souith Africa. Arai eC lxndradC
M. Fiolce.
Negative-E. H. Denstuore and S.
Alpha Na-Jon. 27, 1900. 1\
Cuirrent Periodical Literary Repocrts.
Literacy Digest-Mr. Rohbins; Spec-
tator-Mhr. Dicksle.
Resolved, ..cat thce initiative and ref-
erenduml should he adopted in municc
pal, county. ansd state governments
Affirmative-Hollister and Stevens.
Negative-W~ashbusrn sod Seeney
Syhil, Vol XX, No 2.
Election of ococers and thser 11usi-
ness. Special
-- Neckb~wear
Adelphi-jan. 27, 1900. Sole
tdcsic. 50 cent
Icmpromsptctus-J. IH. Snsook, 'Toole ands ufsIn
Dates.Pufan
Declanmation-Maxey. Ascots
Debeate, Resolved, that thce athcletic now
assochction should employ acn eastern 35 Cents or
coalch for football next yeacr. 3 for $1.00
Aiarmatie-Springett -cod Kohlec.
Negative-Mlathewes and .latec.
Gleneral Debate: Rcratcge- 11cc
tDeecsgcgec-ir. Prentiss.O ELCR
Ceneral discussion of the Bceer 'Var.
Electiocn of officers.
_________A 0SPEC0IALTY. SANITAY
1. K. Friediman, U. of M-.. '93. is
abouct to lssee a new nos-el ferseathse
presses of Hougton, Miffinc & Coin
poesy, entitled 'Poor Peoplc." It lb
said to he test only of "roat intecest as
a story.,hbct, by the pec'clcaer soccal *e*I O
field its sehiels it lies afed thee ste eng
hueman symupathies, excitedI by itthle
exiter lifts it above the range of mere FINE COACIIH
entertainment into that of fote 111
and helpfulnsess. Mr. Friedmaee finds AND
romance and nmuch besides 10 Cceclasa
of which he exites in this nove0l. /rL
exhich he frankly calls _ocr People.
Some of these people are unfof float"
some no better than thcey should he,
some very skillfull in varios lerec-(
tions, and most of them keel to ore S U E T
another and generous. Mr.Fereedmasn S U I
does not write as an amateli. obevrscil cniinbtfo le 501
adsympathetic study, so that he.s
book, while engrossing as a story, has
deep suggestions which cannot fail to
impress thoueghtful readers.(

M ENS
GYM SHOES, Weight t0 Ounces.
Best Bck tanned Elkslkin Bals.,
Full otside bck stay one piece,
lace facing and tip, $135
all sizes $2.00, now
LADIES GYM SHOES,
weight to oz., all 98C.
sizes, $1.20, now
I Gass's Clearing Sale,
oct11 5 p. M. - 109 South Main.
Our I-4 off Sale
.IS STILL ON...
t But it may cease as suddenly as it
sarted. Bear that in mind and
prftby it.
1-4 Off Means
02000 Sils eeeec Overcoats $15.00
1S.00 c ' 13.50
15.00 11.25
10.00 c c c 750
Noble's Star Clothing House
C LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
PeLUMBINGa, esmAcIAND H5501AER REAo5Teer
F. SCHUH, 207' E. WASHINGTON ST.
%ES' LIVERY...
'S For Parties, Receptions Etc.
Good and Prompt Srice Guaraneed
LECTURE ASSOCIA-
COURSE TICKETS
EDUCED TO $1.50
,ND A 50
Band, University Hall, Monday /
vening, February 20.

EUTHYMOL
Aoliceptic 'feeth sod Meccth Web,
25ce Bottlc.
Euthymol
Tooth Paste
Apoeularend celcclle~ectrifee c
5 clel
TOOTH BRUSHES TO MATCH
QUARRY-'S
0.35.'U Z7be JG 2' WOut
JOSEPH GILLOTT'S
STEEL PENS.
GOLD MEDAL, PARS EPOSITION, 1889,
AND THE CHICAGO EPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS.

$ 1.50 R
SOUSA'S BA'
and Six Othei
SSousa and his

It'S roor P01160
APRILL'S SHOE STORE

To wait until you are comupelledi to
buy rubbers.
THlE WISE MAN
buys rubbers and has them ready for
wear when occasion requires--and
has leso to pay the doctor.

" PERFUMERIES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE._

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