THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY
2 THE UNIVERSITY O1~ MiCHIGAN DAILY
Pubishbed Daily (Sndays ecepted duing the
Colege yea, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
orc: The tnland Pres, Iening Block.
F. EEeoLAii, OttL.
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ATHILETICS, . . . 1. HcciicoT,01IE
TB . Weceioo '05 L. A. H. McDouiLi'Ot
AG BOWNE. 1.E. J. B.Woo,t,
L..J. totfooasoiit.O5. W. i. 1HeresY, hiM,
The ueccciptio price of the VoicrYe ie52.50 fo
he colg yar, with a re10100 doelipyhbfoe
noneac day. Notics, cotuicatioe, and
other matte iteddfor Iepubictio cot e
haded to at theDALY ffi~wce hefoe 8 p.m.o
mailed to th eduor hfoee3p. m. of hoay
pr eosto thtonwhich theypare pctd tc
Sbcrice lecec Qhe lft At the DALYs o~iee.
the alce by 4 p. tol. 00Rto cy peviouscto tht
There will be a meeting oif The
Daily bard tonight at 7 oclek.
Neiw Departure oi Debating Societies
The literary scietie of Alpha Nit
and Adephi are about to make a
unique departure fromt te regular
routine f their literary programs.
Fr the next two weeks they are to1
receive themselves inte a mci co-
grese in whirh Alpha No itoteat at
the sene and the Adephi at the
hence ef representatives. A. J. 1He-
letod is te at at the president f the
United States. The secieties cci lr-
reed at nearly atiossile at does the
U. S. conress. ills wiii be passed
bach and forth and wcen iassel by
iboth oieties adi signed by tie lresi-
dent ciii become a law. Each mem-
ber of the respective societies ciii be
assigned coe state wohich he is to
represent. The Adephio will meet
Fridayiigt, cvhen the ioembers ciii
-be assigned states and the organiza-
tion perfected. the Apla Nsillviitake
similar actio Satrdy night. Mstch
interest is being taien in te scheme.
The societies expect an snsisal in-
terest to be taken in the netitgs for
tier next feg ceeks on this account.
Uiniversitty Men in Congress.
Wh len iet Vasi. liii eIcentlyc,1Pres-
deiiiAngellirferredl1to eie nombri oiiU.
o l.ct111.11ii ongrsc Sverl 5as-
tile ctatement. Ther incter Ilasc!ei
careiflly looeeod uerciacdcte lclcii
hasI benfundcitoti te ictoeesnllt
Seetyout gauaesan u ets
of tierUtive resity ofMecgano vi e hene
cilee o ,upiopcterl tccthecdferet
78301Tiy havcecbein snt freo tenrty-
thre sttrs Of the etotl nber
4 cciec from ilcia110 8 1f01m0Ohio,
G fro011 Itdanclot fomItOttMiescota, 3
ech eftromutIlnis cKnas, Nli ceeo
oitd Wisceosi,2t actfom 00Clioria
IowaI KentuotcyantdlUth, atnd oe.caa t
1.01111 Nes Jetseyc NecYok, liit
Dakot iiclolsycle 11011Soutl 14 0011,
Teninece andiashVtclon.OilNiieof c
te 74tmenlowectelctd r tpoted
-toote sea-eoandthetremnintotg 6b5 to
the house of epresentative. he
piesent congesat twenty nmtibero
who re graduates of Michigan
Studtpinq Methods oil Citg Reform.
Oe ofthoc oosiniteirsing getoleimon
wohsottvciiedthol ciy ito sotmectite
is Saloni Kal, of Tokioi, Japan. Mr.
Mao is mcalitg a or oiihis coutory in
ai careful studry of thoc various reforto
agencuis wlih arc bitg iployd ito
iiscountory 1o elvaerthibocsial condi-
tinito the poor atd sluto disrits of
thociies.Hreciii pit itole niohis
hote oorunry he bst of he mthds hr
Mr. Kale will spak ci the Univrsiy
. M. C. A. ihis coning.
The oenior law clao of the Univer-
sity of Wiconin boo deided to wear
the cap and gown.
I. Hopkinson Smith Delights hi Au-
No number on the . L. A. courso
boo been to thoroughly enjoyed ao woo
Mr. Smith lat evening in hio readingt
from hio own works. They were given
with his characteritic earnestness
and force and in a manner peculiarly
hit own but one which at once gint
the attention of every peron present.
e is a perfect mater of nature paint
ing and handto the pathetic with the
same ease as the more briliant part.
He first gvt a few sketches from
Colonel Carter oc Carterville, but pe-
hops the mot taking part of the read-
ing was that taken from "Jonathan
when the audince could almot see
"George" on the platform. He gave a
perfect picture of the southernl mommy
in "The Kentucky Cinderella while in
the last the 'Walter Log Town" we see
the ankee aso he appears away from
The Michigan Schoolmasters' Club.
The next meeting of the Michigan
Schoolnmastersclbs will be held at
Attn Arbor Friday and Saturday,
March 30 and 3. Friday norning wil.
be devoted to the subjet of the teach-
ing of English. The leading paper will
be by Profesor Martin W. Sampson of
the Univerity of Indiana and will deal
oith the teaching of Englih literature.
Professor Demmon of the University
of Michigan and Professor arbour of
the State Normal College will lead the
discussilon. Friday afternoon will be
devoted to conferences on a variety
of subjects and Satray to a general
program. A more detailed announce-
nent cwiii be nade next week.
Nlccnccwilrecolerithoc aie letre
gven q, ihe Methlodist chutciseera
eri cccl iythoc er.UtWNNl,11.awlc,
sod ci ll biglac to 1ch w ta o exe
SuntdayccDr Dwoe willain110Iccithoc
ccy 101eCacingtin11helorncinotg at IthC
:Firct Ictloeclct Epscopl chureoitchttnd ill
tile CO cnitgiving tis lecture 0on 'fle
Ricc oi MthttodisiecatediCoioditioio of
Eegan Iteithec itCtttr y" ll or-
dially i1 'ted
IN THE Ist SET OF
Tht' I wbit rc ee00pceonlbusi
ness an where ccc intend to
Ikeep it'Thoughi 00 do nt
I tar de the 1ct at s get hlegt
as soiteodo we itorejut tostrong
atd just asolong in qitly and
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