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January 22, 1901 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1901-01-22

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z ~TSFE UlMVFYt8 IY OF MIGHLGAN:DAILY.

Published Daily (Mandays ecepteddurig
College year at
ITE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN,
MAIN OFFICE BACeH OFIC
Argue Bldg Matn t. 36S. State Street.
HotI 'Phoes 13. Ne State 'Phoe 12.
MANAGING EDITOR
. 0H. HANS. '1
BUSINESS MANAGER.
,F. NIELHARD, '1 L
EDITORS:
ATHEItCS - -- G-1. 1.Huoser, 1 I
A. H. MIDOI1ALL,'5l E. W. A. KNIGHT, W1 L
Miss L, K. SANE '3 CHAs. DORouut'1
E. H. WIODIOW,'OO W. P. CAsrv'l L
W. A. ENSCOTR, 03 E. I. HUSTO, 03
Milcliganl's track tearo startd 011 its
season's work yesterday a1n1 it has the
hardest scedule Is cre for that ha
ever ben pe llld sot for a like aggre-
gaio. Two thinigs areS necessary to
work out success. I the first iplace
every watsill the Uiversity who 11as
aily tenldency towards participation in1
track events, or who kows lie has
some aility iu this lie of work, should
come out at once. It is not only ladva-
tageous for these men to oue out, ut
it is their duty to do so-a duty that
they owe oth to temselves and the
university of which tiey are a part.
Ill tie second place it is tie duty of
every no-participalt to look out for
proale cadidates slnd see that they
gt in touch with Director Fitpatrick
slnd('a111. Malyes, wvho will lit only get
tile 15110 interested illtie work ut
will try 10oliake somietinig slut of
every willinig cadidate. Aove all
this tie studet body soldi le1nd11aih
to the track seas511 by atendl~ig evry
contest. Give tie teami yor hearty
support a11111llead5111tiew 011to vic-
tories.
fen Out of Thrteen Contests.
Tile high psositioi to wIdh Prof.
Thomauls Trelodd1111 elevated the de-
datinig departlmelt of the Uiversity
is worthy of cosideralhe notice. Ill
fat, tie attentionl of the oard of re-
gents ws called to the deveolmenlt of
thils lanlch of unliversity work ill al
official way ill Presidet Angllg's last
report.
The soly university which las tie
htter of tie string of victories ill d-
hate withl Miciganl is Nort~western,
silo having lluded two out of three
heart-to-heart talks; hbt, we it is
colnsidered that oth of these universi
ies are mlemers of tieCetral Dcat
ingg leagule, an~d tiat Miciglnlh1a10 in-
vrialy ibeel succesful ill tie filsl,
whille tieipurle hals eell kowIto
halve eenl left y tieswayside 011 a1few
occasions. Jiciigan call feielite con-
tentted.
Miciganl 1100wol 10 out of 13 deat-
iig conteOsts. Se lost twice to Nort.
westernl 111d once to Ciciago. She has
0011 four times fronmCicago, twice
from l iju'llsylvallia, twice from Mlille
sota, 1111 01110each fr10111Northwesterns
an~d listonsinl.
a Foley Guild Party.
Tie dalcing parties givns uder 1110
aspires of tie Foley Guild have eel
some of the most ejyahie iheld dur
ing the winter. Owing to at mistake il
antnouncement one was anounced for
fan. 17, ut the date had eell caged
anld the committee have decied upon
Thursday evening, Jan. 24 ,as tile(ate
of the net party. Tie same music
and program will e furnished s on
former occasions on the Guild numers
and all are Invited to e present. Tiss
will e the last party efore tie sonold
seneser.
Thlos. A. Conlon, presidet of the '00
Lawy class last year, has opened an

Banking in United States.
In order to encourage origial re-
search and study of currency prohlems
ansi to ensure tie pulcation of wat-
ever valule data and argutment may
result therefrom tie Sond Currency'
comlmittee of the Reform cluh offers,
suhject to the followig conditions,
three casis prizes: First prize, $100;1
second prize, $50; third prize, $25, for
the three iest original and unpulished
essays inl either of the following fields
of inquiry:
1. Original investigations into the
history of ank note systems in the
united States, dealing particularly
wills the development of special fea-
tures such as () methods of security,
(2) redenpton provisions, (3) elasticity,
(4) ranchl banking, (5 interest rates,
etc.
2. Tile inlfluece upoI rural communi-
ties of sa1111111 lose currency ased
up1o01 generlal commllercialllassets, as dis-
tin~guishled froms a systemn ased upon
tile deposi of olds.
3. Tie prohlems of supplying credit
facilities to agricultural classes; with
special reference to rancihnks slnd
banlks of issue.
Tie artices maliy e of aly legt
necessary 1o proerly develop the s-
ject chosu-no110 exceeding, however,
the lim~it of 20,000 words. The most
satisfactory lngthl would e 10,000 to
12,000 words. All papers submitted
ill competiionl for this series of prize
mnust ho sent to tie committee on or
hefore July 1, 1901. The award will e
made as s0011 thereafter as possihle.
Eachl 1aper mlust 1)0 signed only y It
fictitious naml~e or Iom do, plume, and
111s101be 500155111id y a sealed en-
velope cotaining thle name and ad-
dress of tile author, ut earing on the
ioutside soly tie fictitious name or noni
de ]flum~le chiosen. These envelopes
will nt bei opieed until after te
award is 111111.
the prizes will le awarded y a coml-
plent lcommllittee of disnterestel
judg~es (to hi' selected y tie Sould
tsurrenlcy ('llllsllittee), who shall have
absolte' powe' in1the premises and
wvhoise lawrdi sal e filal. No first
irize will Is' awarded if 115tie judg-
11111f of till comm~littee of award, isse
of 1111-pliers sbmllitted has sffciet
mellrit tll justify suc award or to war-
ranlt its publlica'ition. Tie Sould Cur-
relncy- 'lCommlitee'l's1001reserves te
riilt to publ11ih1 withoullt furter com-
ielsltiollltootill luthlo lalyiater for
For' furtherll'ml lticulllrs address Z.
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Roali Tgers, Isl; Tigerettes, 5c.
If you are not satisied with your
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penses were a little less, go down and
talk with Alln Aror Music Co. tf
Wadhlams, Ryan & Reule are sole
agetts for Ypsilanti underwear.
Alarm Clocks, at HALLER'S JEW-
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BY
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BEGINNING Athens 'Theatre 30
Tues.'I
EVE'., 5 NIGHTS Artists
JAN. 22 SATURDAY MATINEE Singers
U5he John E. Young
Comic Opera
Company__
Pretty Girls, REPERTOIRE 10
Tues. = -ISAID PASHA"
Funny xv Wed. -iTHE rIASCOT"
Comedians Thur. ITWO VAGABONDS"
Fri. a lOLIVETTlE" 2
Elegant ~Sat. Matinee,
Wardrobe -IBOHEMIAN GIRL"
Great Cast -IPNig LE"30
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