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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-03

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Publshed Daily (tunday exepte) durigf
the Coflege year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OcircE: Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
J. A. LtRo,'96, Managing Editor.
Xw. A. SPILL, '96 L, Assstant.
C. D. CAAy, Gr. L, Assistant.
S. E. KNAPrs,'98, Athletic Editor.
G. B. HARRISON, '96 L, Business Manager.
It. C. PATLDS, '09 M, Aast. Business Mog.
Associate Editors.
L. A. Pratt, '6. A. K. Petrie,'98.
C. A. Houghton, '96 D. G. M. Heath,'96 P.
0. H. Farrell, 'OS. i. B. Gammon '980.
Katherioe Reed, '97.S. E. Knappen,'99S.
The price of the Daily will remain as here-
tofore, $2.50 a year, invariably in advance,
notwithstanding the fact that publication
will be continued until Commencement.
With today's issue free delivery of
the Daily ceases, and hereafter only
our regular subscribers will receive
the paper. There lnay be some fail.
ures on the part of the delivery system
at first; and the business department
wishes to be notified at once of any
such that it may correct thei.
There are a number of vacancies on
the editorial staff of the Daily, which
iXVII be filled at once from the best ap-
pficants available. Candidates for the
vacancies will be set to work and
those who do the best in competition
will be given the places. Two assist.
ant managing editors are needed, an
athletic editor and especially two or
three .editors from the medical depart-a
ment. There is room oni the staff for
good men from every department.
Apply at once to the managing editor.
There is also an opening for good
workers in the business department
of the Daily, and those who wish prac-
tical experience of this kind shoald
apply to the business maiager.
It is to be hoped that the efforts now
being made to organize an active
branch of the University Alumni asso-
ciation in Detroit will meet with the
success they seem at present destined
to. Hitherto jealousies of various
sorts have interfered with hiarnonious
action toward bringing about such an
organization, but it would seem that
such a difficulty has been anticipated
this tile. There is great need for
such an organization of alumni in De-
troit, which is the place where, if
anywhere, University of Michigan men
should be united and active. As it is,
Chicago is now far ahead of Detroit in
this respect. The Chicago branch of
the Alunni association has been and
is doing very much -for the University
in athletics, oratory and other lines.
Let ;us .hope ;soon to see ithe Detroit
alumni rivalling if not surpassing their
Chicago brethren in their efforts for
their alma mater.
Very desirable light and well ven-
tilated single room with heat tFj E.
William st. Rent reasonable. Would
board party renting it. Call at the
b4luse. . l

UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE. Gastalian Board to Me1.
'Otober Number W3 IHaye Two There wi be .a seeting f the '96
ArticlenMles Ycihigap. Castaian board at the Daily otlice Sat-
The Universty Magazine, a ontl rday evening at S o'clock sharp. It
TheneUessary hay algaeditr, bempresey
published at New York in the interests is necessary that all editors be present
of colleges and college men, is rapidly at this meeting. Those elected to the
coming to the front as a recognized board tast June were Misses Ada
s t aStewart, Louise Bacorn, Edna Day
authority among alumni and students
and Ida Cartwright and Messrs. F. It.
Cutcheon, It. C. Weare, James Baird,
versity of Michigan are looked after
F. I'. Sadler, J. A. L oy, G. P. La-
for the magazine by XV. -C. Gore, post fl .L~y .L
graduate. Mont, J. J. Franc, G. H1. Woods, L. A.
.Woodard and W. H. Thompson.,,
The magazine treats athletics i a
novel way, not giving the news of LOST-$15 in hilts on or near the
campus Wednesday. Reward for its
gimnes, etc., nerely, but ptting its return to 4 Benjanin st. 25
athletic notes in the form of com- Good Board $2 per week; 7 Maynard
ments and criticisms. John B. Holmes st. Try my board. 24
edits the department, "Comments on
Intercollegiate Athletics," and James FO RTY F I R
Leltoy edits the department, "Coin-
ments on Intercollegiate Athletics in
the West." These comments began
he found at the newodeabtrs
The October number of the maga-
zine will contain an article on "The
Graduate School of the University of r
dic higan" and another on "Athletics

Cloy11 fut
We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
- - WRITING TABLETS
which can be closed out as
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 50
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR LOG
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - 89
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15G
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
This stock will not be replaced.
Come quick for first choice.
SArgus Printing House.
3T-g SEASON.
THE
orX0 10~zANq.

at the Uiversity of Michigan," fully
illustrated. BEST COURSE EVER OFFERED IN ANN ARBORP

New Daily Editors.
The first meeting of the Daily board
was held last night and several va-
cancies were filled. C. D. (ary, in
post graduate law student, was itade
assista;nt managing editor; Stnart E.
Knappen, athletic editor; R. C. Faulds,
'99 A1, was made assistant business
manager, vice L. It. Hiamblen, resign-
ed; A. K. Petrie, 'O8, and Miss Kath-
erine Reed, '97, literary editors.
NOTHING LIKE IT! THE OHIO
CENTRAL MILEAGE TICKET.
Covers more mileage than any ticket
in the narket. The only book good
on entire B.3,c&s0. .system wvest of
Pittsburgh. It also includes the Big
4 system. Get it and have an ever
ready ticket over all important lines
Price $20.00; good one year.- Apply
to Ohio Central Agents; or address
Moulton Houk, G. 1'. A., Toledo, 0.
A very pleasant suite of rooms for
$2, stove heated, is for rent at south-
west corner of Monroe and Thayer,
or 42 S. Thayer. 27
Prof. Adams desires to state that his
seminary in finance, in which Amer-
ican financial history will be studied
during thep resent .semester, will be
open to undergraduates. Thischenge
is due to the introduction of course 25
which now becomes the advanced or
"graduate" course.. Course 25,. how-
ever, may be taken by seniors who
have specialized in economy. Mr.
Adais ,will be in his room in Tappan
hall during the present week at 10
o'clock for consultation respecting
these courses.
LQST.-A "Manhattan Life" 'ioto-
book with laundry accounts, also bill
from Witter's Laundry. L. D. Carr,
25 N. State st.
The Choral 'Union will meet at
Frieze Memorial Hallthis evening at
7:30 sharp. A persops initenling to
join are invited t be present.
All students' supplies a.t puampry's
Dxrug Store.

Ten entertainments by eminent statesmen, writers, critics
and musical artists.
COURSE'TICKS'T'S, $2.00.
Reserved seats for entire course 50c extra. Look out for pros-
pectus of the course and announcement of sale of Tickets.
BIBLE INSTITUTE.
A Bible Institute will be held October 6-9, under the auspices of
the Bible Chairs and conducted by Ernest D. Iurton, Professor of
New Testament Interpretation in the University of Chicago, and H. L.
Willett, acting Dean of the Disciples' Divinity House of the Univer-
sity of Chicago. A cordial invitation is extended to students and all
others to attend the sessions of this Institute, which will be held in
Newberry Hall, the home of the Students' Christian Association.
GENERAL THEMES.

I. The six generally accepted-Epistles of Paul..
IL Early Old Testament History_.-_-_- - ..-_- ---
P$OGRAM.

.- -- ------Mr. Burton
.-------Mr. Willett

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Sunday, 8 p. m., (a) Present status of criticispn. (b) Study
of First Thessalonians - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mr. Burton
Monday, 9 a. m., Abraham the Patriarch-..- ..--Mr. Willett
Monday, 10 a. im., Study of the letter to the Galatians-
------------------------ --------------------.-------------------- -Mr. Burton
Monday, 3 p. m., Moses and the Exodus----------- Mr. Willett
Monday, 4-p. m., Study of First Corinthians-_,-- --*Mr. Burton
Monday, 7:30 p. m , Study of Second Corinthians- - -Mr. Burton
Tuesday, 9 a. i., Joshua and the Conquest- ---Mr. Willett
Tuesday, 10.a. m., Study of the letter of the Romans- -. - --
------------------------- ----------------------------------------Mr. Burton
Tuesday, 3 p. m., Deborah and the Judges-M------ r. Willett
Tuesday, 4 p. m., Study of Philippians---------Mr. Burton
Tuesday, .7;0 p. m., Testimony respecting the life of Christ
------------------------- ---------------------------------- - --- -- -Mr. Burton
Wednestday, 9 a. m., Samuel, Prophet and Reformper. --
------------------------------------------ -- ----------- Mr. Willet
Wednesday, 10 a. m., Testimony respecting the life of Paul
---.-------------------------------------Mr.-Brton
5tVdnesdliy, 3 p. m..S aul nd Ihe early Mnqarphy--.r. Willett.
Wednesday, 4.p. M., The Christianity of Paul-.._ Mr. Burton
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., David. King and Psalmist--Mr. Willett
Wednesday, 8:30 p. m., Question Drawer conducted by the lec-.
turers.

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