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VOL. VI. No. 39. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1815. Fou-n PAGE-3 CENTS.

ONE GUITAR t
111 Is enough for one person to'
S play on at one time. One
gnitar is not enough,'ow
g~~ever, to supply 3,000 Stu- jj
dents. That's why we have
ii constantly in stock severaljj
dozens of guitars of various Nsi
makes and prices. N
BETTER LOOK AT OUR
I U. OF M. GUITAR,
It's good as its name.
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO,,~
{ S. MAIN ST.'
Sheehan's
You can find the largost and most
complete stock of
SWEAIERS AND
GYMNASIVM SIlS
10 thc city. We r-ke themr to
order, in any color, design or
style desired.
Agents fur the celebrateid
BEO, S, PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN,1
Engraved visiting eardls we sup-
ply ini five days.
SHEEBHAN & co.
30 S. STATE STREET.
-WILD, -
THE LEADING TAILOR
AND IMPORTER.
The latest and most Fashionable
Foreign Fabrics for. Men's Wear.
The Largest Stock in the City.
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN.
WILAD.
ATWAHR'S
r HAVE YOU READ IT?
"ollege Girls,"

OJUR MUSICAL PROSPECTS.
WHAT THE UNIVERSITY IVUSIC-
AL SOCIETY IS DOING.
Series of Concerts More and Bet-
ter and Cheaper Than Ever. Be-
fore-A Vast Auditorium in View-
First Concert Nov. 19.
The seoies of iCioral Uionitincrtiis
this year will, witliont donht surpass
event those Ithit have hbteniliven iii ihe
past. No expenise heas beeii spared to
hriiig hefre music loveis thle tt(st
possileh talent, a tart that. is easily
realized whenit it is consideredi that
echl concert represeint;:ever one t hou-
soiiiidollirs.
As has bteen i ioted hefore, there are
included iii this year's sen-rs lone
5syiiphlony coincets tud, too great
cluorail andh orchestral conuceits. Be-

LECTURE THIS AFTERNOON.
Mrs. Florence Keiiy Wili Speak at
4 P. M5. in Tappan Halt.
'This aifterInooii at 4 o'clock a lecture
upn oi (hil I Libor and the Suveating;.
System willlie giveii illtic leiture
room of Tappniihall. Mrs. iloretire
Kelly, the lecturer, isi-pobtlyvbhtter
quialifiud to speak tipoii this suibject
ltaiiy tpersont livig, for she hars
lhat many years of liraletical experienre
along the line of the =subject she will
dicussa. Atlice-si-it she is Slate Fac-
torylIspictoir of Illitnois antl lisliei
a resident of Hull House, Chicago, for
seine time. fis. Kelly is afltiett
specaker of pleasing address andu treats.
lie subhjecf, in, a sway to initer-est till.
The lecture will lie given utnder the
auspices of th- Womten's League. It
will he- free, and all studeitis anti 'cot-

SATHLETIC BOARD MEETS.
'9-'98 Game Declared a Tie-
Prospects of a SkatinE Rink.
Whtenitheltathiletti- hoard.intrtlast
night.,a<i proIeti-it-i tre-senteed b)y
'4) as to the Ott-OS giame Mloniday.
Ninety-eighit. claimie-i that the gaiiie
was delaye-dtby '90 and wvas called
withotit the cotisetit of the '98 raptaini.
Captaini Thtomptsonioftle '96ltantl
Capt~tain (Olsoti of the 1OS Were hires-
cnt, tind eachs offeredt his sile of the
aelit. After cotisideraible artuiicit a
mtotioti was paseseid that the gamte he
deeltredt a tie and orde-re-itplayed over-.
A- miotiiin to teconsider this was lost
tiy o v Gote. It was thieitvoted tat
the '9it-'98giame he lilayed this after-
nooti at the ftair grounds, bueginnuitug at
1:13 shairp, l'96ii to rrange foratid tire-
litre the giounts ot- foreit the gitite.
The finatl game witht the se-tiler lawv
tetam fot the e-lhiiipieiislilsvill hi,
layeid next Wednesdauy, the 20th.
It to likely- that the oval at the ath-
letic fieldl willlie'tuined itnto a skait-
tug rinik by flooditng this w inter-. The
purivilege of iotig so hits lie-it asikeid,
andi the hoauredapipointed a iitmmittee
Itstf nighit totdrawv tp Ia contrtatcttot
Ite pittpose.

Itsdes tese st-cat-ctoliave- asting resit- Ihdets are ci-aitlyinviteto-be i 1

al by otie of lie finiest sopranoslini
Amterico, 'Mailato Dce-eSaplo; ia
violin recital by )NI. Aclilo Rivardhe,
"vwho wvts the lioti of the recetnt Londone
iuiictil seasoti; a coni-ert by the litrst
stritig qutilet, in Atticta, the fie-sel;
attdtanitorgiantrecital hy someicmatster
of the instrumenitt.
Bitt noisvitlistaitdinig this inagntificetf
arraty of taleit.stict is the enter-prise
oif the Uive-rsity Muisical Society - ilti
lie pirice wtill lie losser than cs-cr, eit-
sideintg that the' tuttiber of cotncerts
has heentintcreased, to tent. The ptrice
cit seasoti ticketss been tt-itlateilat.
$83. This mtitkes the cost if eace-h rot-
i-urt 311ce-tse lets than the cost.tif a
fourth.=r-eti'theater enitertainmint. Ini
ittft-i--tie to the tie-sire of mtainy formt-
erpitrnts ittthe conicerts, the platt ef
reserintg the seals for thle May festi-
vtil of fise coticerts has beeti aedopted.
'Tis has beeti deemied necessary to
avoidl the os-ercrosweing tot list 3-tar.
The price of resect-ed seats fot- the eni-
li festis-al has liccet tlacedit tethe
noiontal sum ot $1.
Negotiations aretnowv penidinig sshich
still result in piresentting; at the :ftay
Festival ant array, of reniowsned ar-
lists. It is just posibleihliiat as ti cc-
stilt of the great itnterest siiotNv in
the -3tay lFestisal in aiitilrinwsithi
4t ,etitige-ityl-of S16,e00still.tie
erected in the future. A sucrcessfutl
season this,3-ear still bec a geat factor
ini matkinig the prohabuility- a retaliza-

Aid for the Women's Gym.
Last st-i-cthle VWontat's LeaiPe stas.
the Mie-lgtiiiStatie lFedierationi of 1Wo-
utoti's clutts. Mios Soule, the leatguie
tdelegaite, presetethle causet of sthe
stoitien's }g-ill. to liii-federattionilliiithe

outs cluhs thuere rehreseted'i. Mluch- YESTERDAY'S PRACTICE.
etuthiusitu sit ts huowvn for tis cause~ Many Men Out-Stilt Show the Ef-
as tpresetedl, andthefforto li-eunowv le- toots of Saturday's Game.
thug tmadue iroighiMiss Soultoi hsreatlize
'flit rei-i-c tioe thattuwtsenty-twso
sustattntialhunt-lit. trout hut'fedu-tiolu.
E'Ieen unded ollrs avebetumeuii nutiforin t tt hueathletic fhold
aft'ehh utenoon, hiut ai ltrge uin-
hilelei tt-lhu elaulstuue-ih tta ir-ber of tile 'Vtarsity hen sere tihiscit.
fessorship tot' stoutuci litre by thefeil-
oration, hut it st-Itopuiitl that this Bohltgth tl u o iua utc
lice. The playinig latsed onuly'asoti
suniuit utighit hobelieed trout its otig-lite tt-ulugruh3-hlai,15hI
itah purpiosetto liii'-stoutit-'sbhiinhg.
st-ilthi s uos ou uuos hiesug ttal. ssty, andh Ferbert, kept right ini the
3lrs. Stout-, of Kaltamatzoos, tan it- uuef tr uihsittloothe beto
thug. 'fle Itamt 1ilay osas hoot, ohuowitu
etntital supphorter itt this noe-tpltan. tuteluieuthuhoucofue-h-
A Statement of Facts. oily tuteit, anid of Sturday3's gamie.
'Iheeut' wsti:
'Soine reports Itathas-c li-i-itpub'-'x'trsit3' Rleserv-e.
hlihedof Saturdeiaycs gaui(, hboth in iii lt ,.....-1. e.-.,..Htchinson
E-aster'inendWestern. papersOhilts-c nt- - -I .. .1.tI - It,... aikecs
lotte solute of the play3ersinujusotice." Iboohici' -....1. V g -...Johnson
staith'M'anatger':Baurd Itat night. "his Cuter- - - - --......t.ilaer
..o.ttahi-i -g - Joh.s. n
is nuoticeabuly-so iii thuretceitf('a-u. ftrtnibar- e . .t- ohnon
Mhuchhitsbhit-i-itd tof Harardnu'os shp- tDitke'ui - -..r. e - - - -- e'o
poosetd gain,', through lie -i-mter. As tHolmes.. - i. li-. . .Druuhi-ieur
a itauttter' ofttact,alto gtainuedl lut otte'Shitlds -I.. .1hi -(.....orden
through thurcruter, a lf 'i ars gain, Hlollister..-.....r. I-.....enmon
btitsthaiwst-icnot through CGarr, but o aebr.... .fb. .M ezi
of flue guards.' Glues repilacedl-Mcentzie and did
"They-net-ct'got lturough Care otter'sncgo," ' utugtmd tuuiu
saidCtaptainu Hennminugter, ''and notoan 're I_'. of.I'. luts purhchaseth' le li-
couldl hasveilaycd ti holler gamt'e.' nbrryof thue halo Prof. Bet-hsteiti, the
No Gae Wih Misour, faous iuhtlihgst ofthue Univeusity of
NoGm-Wt isor.
Blostont.
'Thie repuort thuat a Micltigamt-.Mlcconi Themeaniiagemienut tuf thur V. of P.
gameit had horn au-ranged ton Diet-titer team is litable, to hasvetoi pay $52.1000
r t is pironuincetd by 'Manatger tirde to edamuages for itst recruit failure to mthis
be absoleutely' -vithtout fotundatioin. ltme B. A. A.

By Abbe Carter Goodlue. II- tories will he giveni Tuesday os-ouimug,
lustrated by Charles Dansa Not'.10, at S oclocko, by the Chicag o
Gibson. For opinioins ask Orchuestrat, under the direction of Theo-
your neighbors. Now on sale done' Thuomtas. The program m-indes
at, sole tiotis from Itumplerdetik, -Bee-
thouven, Shumant, D'ortak, andtel St-
AL'.A..H l a " P 7 S shula. It s-illtue atunimed lahtton.
Pp Town, Pews Town. Prof. Griffin lectures to the lawv
University Bookstore, Opposite eCourtiHouse ca hrdy
2 S.State St. 4N. Main St. IcassThushy

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