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2 THE UNIVERSITY O1 MICHIGAN DAILY

Patlsised Daily (Sndays sxrepted dr g the
College yea, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OricE: The Ilad Pes, Heatng Block.
Bllh Phoe,ta.
AANAGING EDITOR.
F. EOELAasaca, '01 L.
HUIscNESS MANAGER.
t,. IH. IlANSo'0 L.
EDIITORS.
ATHILETICS,. . . G. D fleece-e, '01 B
r.BR. Wooaeo,'00 .. A.1.Meflerea ,'010
A. . Blow Ea.02. E. J. B. Wol, 'o,
L. J. Moseaeooo,'00, IW. D. (iccoEr, 1'0M,
'rho e cpcceo pieo e DA1ccLY ,s $c 2.5 fee
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ther cattiten ccdd fce plcctiocimocstceh
hancded ccn ec lie DAccLYoffice eoree 8 p. i., o
mailed cc th eitr efoe 3 p , a. afthdcacy
prevocaceto thathcccwhc tcchey aeeopecec to
appear
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00n'hichtc 10cc ae tolelecc.
borttt Laty Committees.
P11cc.IClonloo'ctclas yannocdc d
the cil it ci c 1 Ctccioyes e ticay: i
'.1. 1V ''coiiic L.L. TylyiriN .
Sicrubniiirg 'c We'cn.cThe.cassavoted
ma fi hsi- miue
ccaiiut-hO. H. Hancileic itoJ
A.Oeheo (9 iimeC.T iii ano C.111'.
Attct/to eC 'c. i1111
SThe gadualtngc exercieseefatht~e
laes at Jacary, 19t, at Detreit Cen-
teal liOglchaeceecwa le,,in te cuil
itoriumcofet tchol hbuildng yester-
eay tocrnincgc, rat. Jhn . Reee,
Pl. D., in charge afthe1c deprtmect ofa
lhyis at the Unierity, delivered
the address. Prof. Reed tokc fr hi
suhjet, "he Relatin oathlie Highc
Schonl In the cEate."
"Mihigan is aunique itc the excl-
lence at her high shos," said the
specicer, "whlich is largely lae to the
influence at the University at the
state, whirls largely increases the at-
tendance at the high scolsl.
'hronghaot Michigan te grwth in
attetieance at the schosohaa been
wandernl and outt at all prprtin t
the ncrease in scholippanition.
which under ordinary cirnmtance
nmight e extected t e the lgical
canoe at increased attendance at
schools.
The penmenal increase in ct
tendance icicn high schols and uni-
versities diring the pat law years
is a tact at prime edcatinal in-
tportance. There is scarcely a city in
the eate in which the attendance in
the high cheolba nt largely in-
creaeed; ..a many cases dubed r
trebled, atnd icc somea cases qadractlei,
within the pat 13 years. A glance ai
lie report at the state sperintecdeit
at public instrutctin tr the years 188
and 1999showsta tclin all the i-
portant high schois a srrising in
reasenent in enrlment is aotce -
able.
"Taking in their order lie te
principal iigh schaols in the state, we
find that frtm 1891 ta 1899 the enrall-
meal in Ann Arbr rse ram 46Is
682, Jackon ram 296 Is 448, Battle
Creek trans 156 tIa.36, Saginw, E. S.
tram 28 Ia 59, aamaooram 16
to 409, Mskegn ram 88toIa421.
Grand Rapids ram 491 Ia 1562, while
in Detrit the high schol enrlment
ese ram 784 Ia 2494."

Organization oif junior Hop Commit-
tee.
'T'ccjuioir cap ccoittee bald a
mceeticig yesterday aftercno n tocomc-
plete arrangements ftlie cap. Thce
comcmaitee is orgacnized as (allows:
Gecncral Chairanc Edwcin Paot, Sig-
Secretary, Wcn. K. ciliasAlpiha
Delta Plct.
Trrasucrer, W W _v' .cnaSigmca
Comittliee Arcrangemccents-Chiarman.
K. H. VancCleve, Beta Tta cPt A. S.
Houcki, Sigma AlphcaCyasilon; J. Mi.
Wcemaore, Delta Kappa Eipsiloc.
Com11111tteoncccDecorat1101scChiccrccanci
.C elPicDaltacThea -.. U
hirtociebutld, Iopoendenc; H. J.Cccamp-
Cccitatiee oiKocpion-1Cchticrmanii
E.cc l.Kifer, DoltaI Upslilon;1'cili Gracy
son, JcrI.a I'S'Upill lon;iW.It.lccctt,
The01tacela Cti
ltcI huhall cittliterion elatcon1111to liar
liop1 oerclot sottiled 1Oct01rdayficnal ar-
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pilotd hBieciccicc ci fDetroitcciii do
tice odecoraingcancd taagslerlc'r tie
catericng.cc Scicsrocao fulclIbad cad
or1cheta of11Detot,wcilcproctvile tie
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ligihtinig ccill tis yi-c- cl- - li-c unccutt
cttliic. Besidesacgrccl t iicicer (ct
licylts ivariouccsiy- distriihted-c tere cili
ibe tcoeloe slt perresof illumcincationt.
O~ver tliar pec~oroncs' bacth wilicc a lug
bliocto Z1. atutdcopposite cc-r thec cntrantce
1 T11 re ~-0cc be saller oc 's cancd
11 10fguretillvalaus11 acit toftoe gyi-c
na cocacih giders citliice hicgiic~cth
ai crcle oct tccacdoecta addeorated
ccthlt Illei-i aes seci ches onlo a
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wil radIciiit ia 0111f to'm thgirdertout 11ictoh
a\,]ITesdswll ho drapcd cithi
1110ng "'e rcl c locict b ])\-
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tobgtheL D eNGLtviiSorCOA AEAr
ho1gi rt anil',,p ilas.

Parker',s Campus
'C afe+-++++++ French Cook in Charge
FURNISHiESOFIRST-CLAISS BOARD.
REGULAR BOARD $2.75. 11EAL TICKETS $3.00. Short
ardcrs promptly filled. Fresh Home Made Candy now on hand
with thc famous Sponge Caranoel a specially. Pop corn halls
and salted peanuts nosy ready. Caoe in and try them.
W S. PARKER
709 N. University Avenue
++++++++++++++++++++++fi rUti ti
il-IHoliday
-ci7 \4'(l k Goods
Ilkf - Stabler's Art Store 217 so. 41h Ave.
New State, 173.
B 1ICYCLES STORED
L) FOR THlE WINT ER
Attica low caeof
iptcac ScMacsel thcat the layer 21 cents per mconthi
cc confoctcinnsocinnattreacst i; LEO N SHAW, - 117 E. Ann St.I
w litiscc chacolate we nmake t i
7East Washingtonan ccd 316 ScuMh
a e ate. Ec-erythinug in the candy TypewriterCoyn
tine in pusrity' yaoll ficnd ct Hangstec'- frsCopy 3- el 00 ing.
,,+++++++++++++.l SCHOOL OF SHORTIHAN D
20272N. t ut IRIOTY 5AVE.
'SAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
U PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPClIALTY.SAIocTeARYcPL'MIcNG, STircAND HOTc no ERHc A TlINGcc.
J. F. SOHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
.,H lOLMES' LIV[RY...

F O O m i i . T~ l m ~ U I EF o r P a rtie s, R e ce p tio n s E tc.
A C V C Q I C O U "P E S osod and P rm pt Sc v e
SPIPE TOBACCOa
3S.SMAIN ST. /
zz-T ° TION COURSE TICKETS
The Guarantee on
6s~
., ..4....a$ 1.50 REDUCED TO $1.50
SHIRTS ,,"-
is not all that makes them good- SUASBN ~ ,
itts the material in them-the way anSO therS *AND
they fit-the amount of valne you an SxOte
get for ( Fine Numbers for
S ONE DOLLAR
-it At Your Farnisher or Clothier
- Sousa and his Band, University Hall, Mond;
CLUETT, PEABODY & Co. Evening, February 20.
(SuccesnsorstotCauettCona & to.)
f-IEADQUIIRTE.RS FOR
JOSEPH GILLOTT'S Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, Dress Suit
STEEL PENS.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITtON, 1889, terey aescr iptin TRUNK ANT) VALISE RECPAIRING tit Lacacci Pr
AND THt tHItAGO EXPOSITIOIN AWARD. HORSE FURNISHING GOODS.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS, 307 Soutli Main Street. ANTON Ti

eGuaranteed!
Cases
'EUFEL.

PERFUMERIES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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