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Pattcened Daily (uaaystyaCptahl dtreng the
tcllg yaaaat
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIAN.
irans: The tlad Pcss, ienning Blck.
Bth Phonea11
IIANASING EDITOR
. ENEAaRD~s, '1t L.
UINEISS IANA(EII
U. HatIIteA-F,'0L.
&THLIS,t, . . (I . 10. lUTTaca, '01 E
P. p. Waaaaaa,'OOcL. A. H. 11Datrc AtL,'0lkE
A G. Bctata. 02. E. J. B. Non, '0,
L. J. MOtlaaacactet 0tN. a. Itcteec, 'a M,
ite, clee ea r, ta e ua r deiceliverytbettare
no anl'a elec. Neelce, cmmucations, and t
oth at terlatintededi far lcclctilcc rost clele
hanedined tetceel l Ice' oft e t beforetetlc pt . i ., t a
mailed oatlea aditor e foe ,ata ,tI . of. thea ay
peiaeslaoteateawicl they r catecct Ia
tahee ileiace pcaeccy lef te at 1he DIo ffce,
a~kyer', at tecll.et ewtcct, or wth t Ie t ea
Macecictr. Sebccilce ttill ctnertea tecavr y
caristo deC l ivaerecpIlpetr lc. cilc tytalcaa
All cchle e a lcteleg mcattaer r t ea ln
the oficecby 11). in, ccclthedelcev ceius Itotat
(-l enlh il a ront pu'
oritlelelc it, cicc eltuc iietsof1th111
t,1i{ istccprepIrccl c a rsatoaf
sphre ntileaes co.rleother1insti
foB thrcalng;atci cicci ell iccical
dcvcdli tececighcc'dcai IIa i p
of1111 I '. 111X1e ll a eiteIle c il a dt hel~t
sch1oo ela lls cIhiganwcre tchlefoe
pill. l hle Ieee te r;t micge eh a l': ttec
thanIIIgil xmn h ihgnssn
~loe1dIubtit ail etae oftMchia
anis11dulet iedttcatlionac lasttltaciaalh
PraciEwhatntheeJaresoapear01ted i
thcatn wallchftisag ftheNoraltc
Cllae tagee ae.11ccs-cle
aondl what aethiag ftat. dal-
cated at Ypilanti, one at Mt. Ples-
all and ne at Marqtaette. In tiee
three schools instruction is given ta
ahaut seventeen htinadretearetansd
enthutiasaticyatng men and womn
who ara thet, prinarily, for tae pr-
poe of prparing themselves for tlae
proessisen of taching. Mihigan was
Ike fourth stata of the nion to pro-
vide shoola for the pecial treaiig
of techters, and the Nrnal sehaal at
Ypsilanti wascthtie fifth school of its
lind established itt the Uiftec States.
While it tas fifth in point of time I
beliete thact it tatw raiks among the
first in character andi quality of work
doite.
During the last session of the legis-
lature I had occasion to investigate
the question of hotv many of the
gratluaces of theta schools tught in
the schools of this sate fooe term
or naore, after their grauation. And
I founttitiat about 9f6ier cett. of teem
didl. Not nly did I fiticIthat if6ser
cent. of thei etitott the profesiona
For which the state had given them
spectial training and istriction, ut
that hO0str cent ofi themtt tent ito the
rural scaools att in tto the grades its
the cities and villages. So1 gentle.
men, youa can see that the result of te
higher educational training and al-
ture, for which the state has pid, af-
forded by these scols, is rettrned
directly 10 thesurce of the demani
for thorough schastic prelininary
training. And we mst remember
that withott a proper preparation and
a thorough traiing enforced in the
rural schoos and the grades, it is im-
possihle for the University anthet
higher institutions of learning to
maintain the hight scholastic position
which they have reacned.
It is the special function of these
normal schools to train epert teach-
ers. And while this is being done it

has not keen forgotten that special
academia training on the part of the
student is a necessary r-requisite to

HiAL UNcVIEISITY t N11;_It GN DAILY

the proper perfurtuance of this special
puhrpoase.
Reccenatly alilitae edcicattonal inter-'
escs af these schooala have been cucder
ate gcicerai cuntrol-uinder one presi-
det. :Farmaerly thaey were unller sap-
aahe mlhaagemcenti each attemlptinga
to twrcik outtc1111taina proublemcs 'ithoutI 1
rreeci1e, ha meth iodsan1011resulcts obl
laiet ith11cothier.
i i-' twlo h1vcveatlelmott te acc e
cocite 1111111 ~ l Ithe viaiity aof11cis1ne.
L:euce)2 xpeicte Ici theelon-tiuton
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c1a1111s0unfciiio ccatit 111111thle tx
pares'Aadpin ecwiaidly.I1cl
t~:t .-u hinoC 11 1ll1 )c Ieil
to-teClw l cl if Ihe .es 11s Cit - -o
lee i pnii r ol e oec; '~

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A Gentleman's Fee...
do ot ae t ecred inter
unofral hoes anorertcotmpaly
withte llasaoffasione.
Feashiotnthasai-becmeadcielyleient.
Perhapst cat ipaeaanently so, bt e w'ta'
twarrysiaoutlbthetre. At S2aair
tearteeatto tfurnith aneccltra-fasionabl
ttan oecmfortable sheihai cn- e ur
chcased elseohrcoct act eal price.IAnd
GLASS'S SHOE STORE
Open Eaenings 109 S. Main
hgdii 5 p. eca
a DI ROOFS printed
on Japan Tissue of the
Gibson
Dr aw ings
Take fom het t
rign .Fo aea
cles. Ranting and repairing at all
ht inds. LEON SHIAW, y1
Typewriter Copying
0111's I.;At lejs 100 AWOIrda.
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND-
-N1 . 1UNI0E1SITY AVE5.

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hicocIc - lic - r e tccc ci tl
Ci rie,; 1 01-eso abe l 1
elfodt (eli cca treoft.
e'tlicecec cid6iS. e-

t Ci I Cier( I I l Cell

to Iteach the 111 11atr. T etm est
train votng 11eI1 lld cunie 1IIIthc(-
Ieia i~ l l I cli ic'e i ieci CC
th sra gls f lfe cccitIc 1 cep 1C i
oth r casss fom tarlll Al. \A.C.'
ihe other lagicultul cllegIes and cit
C Cs t ute a 111111)T. 11111xp r
111Cc statlions11recolducictle yt titettlc
stdtscica t ln tu re' 11111'bri It--
fortthcsecrtsrathe-b11 neiteIof ccii.teradc-
alybt trl th ey- areliicalllgithe stall-
diardi cf eagrciclic tttura rcicid-. lice-ic
effelct llo tihe intelicgencr cilicee \ ticiri-
cal11 peopci alibeli tIracice s l i n l y asit 11
thae Glf tifaream.Tli-he cr1sttoughtt cacn-
ncoI come 1 fromitit ihort'ewrk..a dacy
elite manutal lcabcr at ltcat. i'hce cgricti
tural1oeiige ches ho icctlt doietteclcr
Itr ond sctcu retrigreater resuliattwithiless
lhil and 11m1orei mlcet ctlcor.
Stearns Collection Explained.
Prctf. Sitinclecctoay,1sle111tlilafcter-
SLecarins collectiont of mlit caclinstiru-
milents. Heawill11ep111.1theirdrteonstra-
tifont oet Thursdcay iroctti 9 10111.10
o'cloeckin eaIthetorning cittifrometio 5
o'cilocjetintecfitenon.l.ewtillec-
pin te getcralccasicetficaiconcttof thilc e-
icicioan td ialsoieseaatelinsit-ruetsi.
'llt et illxbecc fitteoipioritnifty fctr all
intetdinc muticlit otinitinttttder-
stanintg of lt'tcitcee calabeistrumeants.1
President Adams Criticallq Ill.
Presientl\dseus cofI the iiversity of
\ 'iscoinhasccbeetn seriously ill. Rer
cecntilylil eiuffcrdaci elaps c utt e htt t~a
rallied 1and1terei t is t otctmeihopteif11r
hif, recovtery.
EUTHYMOL
Anetisetc IasTotie adtMo1th ell
25cBttlci
Euthymol
Tooth Paste
Apaotelarandreialentifcelir5ci
Packs gf
TOOTH BRUSHES TO MATCH
QUARRY'S
Cat 13 k IB D 1701 17S20=_
JOSEPH GILLOTT'S
STEEL PENS.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1889,
AND THE CH-ICAGO EXPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS.

AS AND ELIH C LIGHT/NO SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.~
A tPIALY S~t 5 AN I lcTAR IX. ,STEDANDal HOT tATOB tHEATING.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST,.
"HOLMES' LIVEY..
FINE COACHES For Parties, Receptions Etc.
AND
COUPES Good and Prompt Service Guaranteed.
Students' Lecture (lssociation Course
SnHLON. JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES
matrday Evening, March 3. Subject: ",The Reigm
of the Demagogue."
DAVID STARR JORDON
President of Leland Stanford University
(
Monay venngMarch 5. Subject: "The Blood
Monda Eveingof Relation,"
P016U a To wait until you are comnpellech tn
PillsrIJ buy rbes
ON THE WISE MANI

buys rubbers and baa them ready for
wear when occasion requires-and
baa less to pay the doctor.

APRILL'S SHOE STORE

PERFUMERIES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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