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November 01, 1895 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1895-11-01

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T'HE U. OF M. DAILY

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Pbished Daily (Sunday excepted) dring
the Coleg year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OFICE: Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
J. A. LnRo, '0, Managing Editor.
G. B. HARRISON, '60 L, Assistant.
G. R. Ons, '0, Assistant.
. :D. Csv, G. L, Assistant.
S. E. KNAren, 'l, Atisletic Edior.
L. C. WAtan, '. Business Manager.
R. C. tAosu, '9 M, Assistant.
Associate Editors.
L. A. Pratt, '1. A. K. t'trie, '8.
C. A. Boughto, '00I). G. M. Heath,'05 P.
Katherine eed, '7. 11. B. Gammon,'8 0.
J. . Thoxias, '0. W. W. hiughes, '0.
B B. Metheay, 'S. R. R. Reilly,'9.00
R(.. G.Buc, '009f.
The price of the Daily ill remai s here-
tofore, $3.50 a year, inariably is adace,
nowihstanding the fact that publication
will be continued until ommencement.
STUDENTS' IN FORMATION.
The Third Number of Graduate
Courses Ready for Use.
The third numbe'of Gradac
Courseesis nowout, hiis nseful 110111-
book is pblished by Mlacillas & ('o.,
New York. It is compitiled by a oard
of gradate students snder _slr. C. A.
Dtunway, Harvard, esitor-it-cief.
Michigan is representied by Mir. M. '.
Porter.
'iTe object of the iHand-ook is to
furishl accurltein formlaioni to ad-
vance students. 11 enables them to
leantwhait istsitutiios and what r-
fessors dffe, cores in any palrticula
lise; wat 11110beiccthie acaemiic
career of those professors; the lmont
of time required for e'ach course, etc.
Infornmatioi is also g itcocernig
fees, fellowhipts adi oter eesnay
aids, -qiresientsc for amiission an
all mutters that ia prospectiv sudent
needs 10 have illminlld.
In addiiosi to lie libove meinedll
information, limicl 0111r1ilierstitg
mtater is given 11110 year. A list of
tie graiduae clubs orgnied so far,
with their oicers, occuies seerli
pges. Followiig this is ai short re-
port of the convetions of graae
sndents eld itt Nw York city, April
le, last. Intesing sketches of tie
different istittions wose courses are
given later fronma valuable part of the
boo.
A list of the advancei cosrses a,
nuinnced by twenty-one colleges or
universities of the United States for
'95-t9t ocpies tbt' rest of the book
The Iatie of professor offerig the
core with a brief hitorical otlie
of his work as 511 instructor in ist
given ani then follows a detaililla-
cunt of the cores offered.
The hand-book cats be had at Wabro
for to cents.
Our Oponents Saturday.
Oberlis's last gmite Owas5Sturdy
wills irati College, which they de-
featd.520. Iliclards' coaching and
introdution of the Yale system is ;just
begtnning to iave its effect, as the
Oberlin teatnbas hitherto been coached
by Penssyvania. players. Te Oberlin
team will arrive here either tonight or
tomorrow nmoring and will line uip
against Miichigan at the field at 2:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoons
Pound-A pocketbook. Inquire at 611
if. Washington st.

Literary Societies. "?~ Q 1-f
The Aidelhit wil present the folow
tng programn in ttoon N, t'tivctsily We have left a air stock of
hll~i, Saturday evening t S p.in. all sorts of
Music; sosig;usion of story. Mr. IRITNG TABLETS
'Thontas; song; debalte, "Resolved, Tiat -- W II~
thte United -States soldtlttsppor Vitn-
i'ztuela in her controsersy with (Great which can e closed out as
Britain. al., Mr. Rice anid Mr. Hrni- follows;
son, tieg., Mr. Mlorse sudtSMr. Rieman; MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
getierli discussion; nusi. GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR IOC
The Webster society ias the follow- GOOD WRITING TABLET - C
tug programii anniounceidfortotight:
Mitusic, Miss Eliabetih Kine'y; rait- (CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
1ing Miss Eliabet Fitihl; drama-s BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35
ioltion, W. P. Rubin; Sakespiearian WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR L.B.
scenebt. , B. No~t tb C .ioi- Ths stock will not'e repaced.
ovai; tebte,"Itsovet, 'ita 111111- Come quick for first chote.
grlitioit is thte best solutions of the race
qunestion in till'southi, utiniative, F. Argus Printing House.
W. Mears ands C. S. (ooidwitn.tnegative
J. W. McKeowtian11, P. M ippat;
c'Iitil.s' repot.-
Talk to the Women's League.
It is to be regretted tat te Fres-
iant Reception ocesrs le satno nigtt
as Miss Jones' draimatic readings from
Ibsen's fDoll's tHouse 1i igh School
Hall, at 7:15 p. ml. toiay. 'Tose of the
colege girls wvho etjoyed the talk ot
Thuursday afternlotn so muchtl would be
glid to heattlr her speak againT'hec
Womten's League taktes this oiitxrtuni-
ty to expess its thalnks to Miss Jutes
and1 thte yountg womient of Prof. True-
Pslod's classe's. for the ve ty enjoyable
;ifiertlooll thius mladte pissible to the
msemsbers.
DON'T tAIL
To see Stabler's window, 23 S.
Forit ave.
THE He's AN
KINDERGARTEN BILLIARD HALL
Has the only fll sie tables in the city. The bi cy
whoesale cigars ad tobacco and cigar- 2 ons
Railroad + Ticket + Brokers. Going doesn't br(
Money to loan on personal property.S
again,
THE BOOK OF ATHLETICS He thin]
AND OUT-OF-DOOR SPORTS, 'at o
NORMAN VW. BINGHAM, tR,aedo
Captain of the Mottaven Tam 1895
KEATN
This uninue boot nsan albetc sympoismIfyut
contributed to by wel-nowti amaeurs, e- I O
p ees and college tesm-captains. Harrard,
Vale and otter leadisng colleges are repre- lwhsa
sented. footbal, baseball. tennis, golf,
cricket, hurdling and tract athletics, yacht- j~
ing stating, bicycling, etc., are practically A psa
and ugesively treated. Ose Vo., cloth, csa
Sco., profusely ilustrated, $t.5heou.
Poe sale by all bootselles.haeorc
THE LOTHROP PUBLISHING COMPANY,
92 Pearl Street, Boston. l'eati r
Take It.
A Look
-AT-
erviceabs
tylish
Wit
ailing
hoes
.6NH MAIN ST

Grand Opera House.
FRIDAY EVENING, NOV, 1ST, 995:
Mr. F. ,A. Church has the honor to prement
this Eminent young BRomantic Actor,
MR. JOHN GRIFFITH
The 0reatent Livinf Mephisto, in H~enry
Irving's Spectnoular Dramatic Yr-
son of Goethse's sublime poem,
0 0 F1.AU ST. 0.'
Mounted with a carload of special scenery,,
electrical and calium effects. The biggest,
production of Paust ever placed on any st'age..
PRICES, 35C, 50C5 75C AND $1.00.
Lowney's Cliocolates.
SHot. Lunchies.
TUT TLE'S, 48 S. State St.

I

D WHY?
ycle only 'weighs from. 19 to
!but he 'wants the best. It
eak do'wn you know. Then
ks of,,elling bicycles and lie
nething that is "365 days
them all,". so he buys a
'o110w good ideas you'll f ol-
d buy a Keating.
l, Uncle Sam's aid, and you
atalogue.
ng Wheel Co.,
Hlolyoke, Mass.

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