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The Mic isan Daily

dcIT. XVI.

ANN ARBOR, A.\iWIGAX, SA'N,'RDiAN, fA>KlARV 20, i1000~.

No. 81.

FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
IN SESSION AT CHICAGO,
Professor Pattengill Will Propose the
Curtailment of date
Receipts.
('h i a . a i--f ii ii) -rI h
',; o tile minorLLiLti 'gincat the spor
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it wll bLItdct l refrmed
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of whItiheL wl dprooi eL utL ii Li' L iisl LLLI
,inf L LLL[fLraica lchingei , wich mayi
1oms LLocso ii i[Li.'Lit ill is als ciLia-i
pec dtohe in avr o te u ai liiinti
iii his e wil hae .,appot ofprci cal
>m t oillLL fI ulLr iith iilen tei ng o
thei 1111 o thfLeiIL. elgibiityrIL
c 111111 Nio. ]'t( rese iiiconfruu
cc ilno.dc ieli l. on the quesLLL i-
tions i i iiil 33 LcLnc u ibut ianLy iLL ii-
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207cry de lete iillIIiadva[iLLsoicr iei
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GOiiilI. [hLl-I' LuLL
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frm (ali Li ali f.iL' HeL hasLLL a rll cordii
,hedbeyo d tht. i ii,. k r Liii s
an atin 1Lii Liiy expect, great11 tingisiL
LuLL liiyho iluas Nai l2i 00
ILL ILLwnt wILL ill'i i i i'prov'"'i orl
sic h eining ofii the i iii andil oot.,
thel il er3 liii IwoniiLni'.L I,- lastii' iilri
an il l iiuchii outdoori [iworkLi'a L
ie dos notiiiitiend to 31LilicLLLL indoorifi'
alre in goodl cond1i t in.
Fi7 Lat ii l ii ILIIwiin h l iihilofr is-li
The lxiix~ iieuarfot uein er oodi ic[ion-
itiiiiani i s u~r likuely ' iii try ut ii llc
biiihii'ii ef'r'i Feruaryigi LLLLLr3 LI. gL

ciili fei't, asi Liii sopliomoLres wiieri' un-
a le [toihid 'Vil asi much1 asi aii cigaretite
stil, if Li LiIyi r

MAY TAKE BOOKS
FROM THE LIBRARY
Students (Granted TaI Privilege by
Board of Regents at Meeting
Yesterday
ILh ' proilcge of Ill il iit lo lsf m th
lik et lca.Iiil, i Ii Tho or l
Soroi iii booksei fro"t''l e iiiil iii
he i put uii inorh Ji liti [L of the
sec nd ii. ~ t a'~ii l telaei t iil
e reoi lih Ir Koh piiict
Ilk iasm Lipill tei i eso i' rra
ofi tiie l iry anL isii, riicg
granted to tlie n1ides, s on Io
:LcLL eiiof. iiL iii i i ll iiii ki ii liibraryi
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dom1 oftee sevs1Cnet. js
h ioce i nat11 io,'. oosI 1,itt
haveimys1 rio~uly diisapere' Jst I
WeILLLC eihi'iiioi'iL I'LL thei reou
1111111 c no ice r msii a r f
rl'i g theaiipiriodILL Jul3 ciiil 1 1a1at ion
these iibooks ac ivi o t. m f 1h
opiion tha ifwo ll IL 1i3 cllnst
tak iie .i th .isi f rii,, o e: D e
giIve iiihe .sieakiau utili iii i overII hI
honesti'ii'ir itu e .i.
T.eSbourd i firegiiet C;la d C do.ts
Iiii Theiii librayis opeiiiii er y viciil,
feixar, lrull i ofJul , aderaii L 0 iii'
fo l ea ig miiteilnn itct

;3. Students are alLlowedI the privilege(;
if iborroing twoiioIkiiait ti ll ,',, axiii
[[lmiiof Itwoiweeks tutuctihookLI. Foir

CHICAGO WINS DEBATE.

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linto a blue1,11ink y te uua
with wich th u gpecla le
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stogis at this ill [uof ie [iLLS
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duii IL ii .liuiiiii j.. [ i Lii fi ul
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EGENTS COMPLETE
MUCH BUSINESS
mportant Action Taken Concerning
General Library and Barbour
Gymnasium.
Thei'1boariCdIof regei'its. w~a i :i o
illda yl~eiisteiriaiy, meueting toth ii Lih
amuntuuuo f htriiiiiiiiiitranacIed.ii huh
moot. importantmattr LpassedLiuponl L~as
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the [t'i'i' g n r l l rirry 'allowuing s' tudetiii toi
6(ii' for i the i ' iiiinslt i f arini i n!;uuu
theiiiposit i.iiona uitor of sti ude tunds i
aponed i isiii p ii iu llace. :\n lffor w l'
beii madei il ito ipresierve i lull iii ofI'tli
wthicit wa dided toLii [abandi on' at [the
ifs mtulingie theeget,,u i andli i a llLI
ating ttu cr117miteeLw'' insrcei,
the stat ion ad.reorton telf'ui
it fei p lanotear down iii athewn
Ltry and preserve iheiirst foorLiii c
weuitirn iiie ,se ll as o hill huh snic 11
of properityil ,Li i OmahaLwhichcanI t
the iunivl ei3y hroug'thiC Bte b
Liiit wa Liiiloiiuuit
SillsitNW. Diis, who!I wasI' apointed-
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'semesiteriI ti was eappintedCLLLo'Lthenttsamt
W.iiismithiii i'ies .D, waLiuiuuutu1 17i-
g'-uuuuul ntukhela hc ey . G'lMoyis,~ue
res igned. 1r.11 .'. Park'hu ru \%asi, [tug hc t
bakeha lieams veterdayt aft uer-ii,
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spedn ini u uuu uu thir ineiw whiteCLIfblouse
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vin aiitemptiatluteiuasiket. is Rulti-
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mane eded th ifir '.ualf it uuhexscor.
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sto till luu'uube made uluuiu'u ithere
huh 'ultrieieL'thi' Secki to ci' IL Lu' h
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