100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 04, 1895 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1895-10-04

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE U. OF M. DAILY.

,

Pubished Daily (sunday excepted} during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Grnes: Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
J. A. LERoy, '96, Managing Editor.
W. A. SILL'00 L, Assistat.
C. D. CAsy, Gr. L, Assistant.
S. E. KNAPrN,'098, Athletic Editor.
0, B. itAnnsoN, 96 L, Business Manager.
E. C. FAULD,'99 M, Asst. Business Mngr.
Associate Editors.
L. A. Pratt,' 6. A. K. Petrie, '8.
C. A.Hioughto, '96 D. G. M. heath, 96 P.
C. H1. Farrell,'9. H1. B. Gammon '98 M.
Katherine Reed, 97. S. E. Kappen,'98.
The price of the Daily will remain as here-
toore, $2.50 a year, invariably in advance,
notwithstanding the fact that publication
will be continued until Commencement.
The usual opening reception at New-
berry Hall tonight will be a pleasant
event. It is the time and place when
the freshman first meets his class-
mates in a social way, and there too
are :the sophomores and upper class
men to make the new comers welcome.
Although the "getting acquainted"
will be a prominent feature, the ad-
dresses and iusicalnihersae of a
kind to be highly apreciated. It is
unfortunate that this reception and
the mass meeting should come on the
ame night, ht there are many who
will manage to divide their tme-io
tween the two. The program of the
reception was published ii yesterday's
Daily.
"Have you bought your Athletic
Association ticket?" There is proba-
bly no other question more frequently
asked around the campus and athletic
field nowadays, and certainly there is
no question which is more pertinent
a this season of the year. If you are
luke-warm about athletics go to the
mass meeting at University Hal to-
night and have a little enthusiasm in-
fused into you. Where can you find a
college man who does not feel his
pulse beat quicker when he hears or
talks of the victories of his alma
mater? And yet how often those same
men have refused their share of the
support necessary to insure such vic-
tories. In the East every man expects
to pay an amount each year for the
support of the football, baseball and
track teams and no small amount
either. In fixing the price of the mem-
bership ticket at three dollars the asso-
ciation has certainly hit upon a fair
amount-an amount which almost
every student can spare at a eost of a
little self-sacrifice perhaps, but there
comes the satisfaction of the thought
that his help assisted in putting glor-
eus old Michigan to the front-
Very desirable light and well ven-
tilated single room with heat at 26 E.
William st. Rent reasonable. Would
board party renting it. Call at the
hnuse 31
lan lliery
Snew

INLANDER COMING. Track Athletes Out. C l n - it
Some of the Features of tne First A number of track men appeared
Number. yesterday for practice under Assistant We have left a fair stock of
On a few days now the different co- Captain Stuart, and all the rest of the all sorts ot
lege periodicals will be putting in new men and any old men are rc- - - WRITING TABLE S
their appearances. The Inlander may quested to report at once. Entries for
be expected about the 15th, and there the fall field day October 18, close which can be closed out as
is littie doubt thtt the first number with Manager Bourland or Mr. Stuart follows:
will open one of the most prosperous Wednesday evening, October 16. The MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
years that month ly has ever exper- thirteen events on. the program will GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP.3 FOR IOC
lenced. Not only are some new writ- be 100 yards dash, 220 yards dash, GOOD WRITING TABLET, BC
ers conming forward, but many of the 440 yards run, 880 yards run, mile run, CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
old contributors are at work. Among, 120 yards hurdles, 220 yards hurdles, BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 350
the names which will appear in the mile walk, running broad jump, run- WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
ning high jump, pole vault, shot put This stock will not be replaced.
October number are Dr. C. h. Cooley' and hammer ihrow. At least three Come quick for first choice.
Miss Mabel Colton, T. P. hickey, must be on hand to enter in each of
Chas. Baird and W. L. McCauley, the these events, or it will be declared off. Argus Printing House.
the latter two on football subjects.

These and others will help to make the
contents interesting.
Many prominent literary men and
women have obtained their starts in
writing for their college papers. The
Inlander furnishes a good opportunity
to the students of the University.
During the five years of its existence
it has established a reputation which
now rests with the students to main-
tain.
What Outing Says.
Harry F. Kendall has the following
to say of Michigan in his review of
football in the Middle West in Outing
for tOctober:
"It is doubtful if any team in the
West has better prospects than Michi-
gan. Their victory over Cornell last
fall was not dimmed by their disas-
trous game against Chicago on
Thanksgiving Day, and enthusiasm is
at its height Michigan loses but few
of its last year's team, quarter-back
Baird's place being the most difficult
to fill. Still the loss of a few men will
not discourage Capt. Henninger, for
lie has a vast number of candidates,
and the success of the team last sea-
son has made everybody anxious to
don the canvas jacket."
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. This change
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.
Adams will be in his room in Tappan
hall during the present week at 10
o'clock for consultation respecting
these courses.
LOST.-A "Manhattan Life" note-
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 Hall this evening at
7:30 sharp. All persons intending to
join are invited to be present.
Utopia Millinery Opening, Oct. 3, 4
and 5. Cordial invitation extended to
all lady students. 59 S. Main. 32
Very pleasant rooms at 30 Church
st. Furnace heat. A few, boarders
desired. 30
All students' supplies at Mummery's
Drug Store.

FORTY-FIRST SEASON.
1i
Stodets -Lecttve -ssociatioo.
OF THE
UNIVE7RSITY OF 2MIOHCAN.
BEST COURSE EVER OFFERED IN ANN ARBOR,
Ten entertainments by eminent statesmen, writers, critics
and musical artists.
COU RSE T ICKETS, $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. Burton, 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-- -Mr. Burton
II. Early Old Testament History-----------------Mr. Willett
PROGRAM.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

Sunday, 8 p. m., (a) Present status of criticism. (b) Study
of First Thessalonians - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mr. Burton.
Monday, 9 a. m., Abraham the Patriarch----- ..-Mr. Willett
Monday, 10 a. m., 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. m., Joshua and the Conquest--_--_--Mr. Willett
Tuesday, 10 a. in., Study of the letter of the Romans----
-Mr.Burton
Tuesday, 3 p. m., Deborah and the Judges---------Mr. Willett
Tuesday, 4 p. m., Study of Philippians----------Mr. Burton
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Testimony respecting the life of Christ
-Mr. Burton
Wednesday, 9 a. m., Samuel, Prophet and Reformer-.
~Mr. Willett
Wednesday, 10 a. m., Testimony respecting the life of Paul
----------------.--------------------.-----Mr. Burton
Wednesday, 3 p. m., Saul and the early Monarchy..-Mr. 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.

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan