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THE U. OF M. DAILY

I i fSTRINGENT RULES ADOPTED.
U+ Wisconsin Is Determined to Keep
Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during Vacations Limited.
the College year, at In view of the trouble experienced
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. here in students leaving before va-
Orin : Times building N. Main st.,opposite cation begins and failing to return
post office.
promptly 'when titey have ended, lbe

EDITORS.
1. A. LnROY,'96, Managing Editor.
G.. Sts, '0, Assistant.
C. D. CAY, Gr. L, Assistant.
J. F. TooMAs, 97, Assistant.
S. E. KNAPPEN, '98, Athletic Editor.
L. C. WALn, 96. Business Manager.
. C. FAUL, '9, Assistant.
Associate Editors.
L. A. Pratt, '0. A, K. Petri, '1.
C. A. Houghton, '96 D. G. M. Heath, '96 P.
Katherine Reed,'97. H. B. Gammon '98 M.
B. B. Metheany,'9.5R . R.tReilly,'51.
R. C. Buck, '99 M. SsannahRich'dson,'98
F. A. Miner, '9 H. E. L. Geismer, '98 L.
W. W. Hghes,'98.
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.
It is a pleasure to record the elec-
tion of so able a man as "Mort" Sn-
ter to the football captaincy. First of
all, he is eminently the man for the
place, fitted by the prestige his playing
has won for him, both here and else-
where, by his popularity with the
team and the whole University and
by his personal characteristics. The,
too, Michigan can point to him withs
especial pride as a product distinctly
her own, a product of our new football
regime. Here he played his first foot-
ball and here he has steadily devel-
oped into one of the best players the
game has ever lad. The Daily cou-
gratulates Captain Senter on his elec-
tion and feels that the University is
still more to be congratulated that scts
a man was available for he place.
FIRST SOCIAL BY '96.
T Be Given This Evening at
Granger's.
'Ninety-six will open its social sea-
son this evening at Granger's. The
previous socials of '6 have always
been notable ones and this will prove
no exception to the rule. The tickets
have been limited to fifty, so the hall
will not be overcrowded.
Webster Program.
The program for the Webster so-
ciety tonight is os follows: Music;
declamation, M. E. Douglas; essay, G.
P. Kelley; oration, W. S. Mclnch; im-
promptu; music; debate, "Resolved,
That tie present system of trade's
unions is a benefit to the country,"
afirmative, W. C. Douglas, J. M.
Adams and P. H. Ryan, negative, D.
E. Minor, B. N. Savage and E. It.
Nadlehoffer; critic's report.
NOTICE.
The eight contedtants nid four col-
mitteemen from the four societies are
requested to meet in Webster Hall
Law Building, Saturday at 10 o'clock
to arrange for the final preliminary
conlest. -Let all be present.
TO RENT.
A new, modern house, furnished or
unfuruiished, 103 Packard st. A god
house for a society. 506

following from the University of Wis-
consin Cardinal will be of interes-t:
"The faculty has adopted the fol-
lowing regulations regarding the
Christmas and Easter recesses, which
apply to all members of the College
of Letters and Science, the College of
Engineering, the School of Pharmacy,
and to other students attending reci-
tations i these colleges. The object
of the regulations is to secure the at-
tendance of students to the close of
the recitations preceding the recesses,
and their return promptly at the close
of the recess.
"In order that the good effects of

INTER-SOCIETY DEBATE.
,(Continued from First Page.)
This would undoubtedly add much in-
terest to the debate.
The final debate with Chicago will
be held here, probably about the first
week in February. The question will
be, Resolved that the states should
raise their revenues by a graduated
property tax. Chicago has the choice
of sides.
As is noticed in another column, the
four committeemen and the eight con-
testants who will enter !the inter-so-
ciety debate are requested to meet in
Webster Hall, Law Building, Satur-
day, at 10 a. ni.
MCMILLAN LIBRARY
To Be Open Mornings-The Maga-
zines Received,
The last report of MeMillan Hall
library shows 6,300 volumes cata-

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cse semester system shall be realicdroiocd ciost ready for use.
it is necessary for students to be in T

ly through the year. It would plainly
be a grave injury to the work of the
semester if a considerable number of
students should extend their vacation
at Christmas and Easter by taking
two or three days at the beginning
and perhaps as many at the close of
the recess. The faculty is confident
that the students will see that it is
necessary for all students to be pres-
ent at all -the university exercises, if
the work of the year is to be carried
on with full success;
"'In this connection it will also be
remembered that the special rates
given for the Chrisitmas holidays by
the railroads begin on December 24th
pnd close on January 2d.
"'1. No instructor is authorized to
excuse absences from those recitations
which immediately precede or follow
the Christmas or Easter recesses. All
excuses for absences at these times
most be presented to the dean of the
College of Letters and Science.
"'No application for excuse to leave
town before the recesses will be
granted, except those based upon the
impossibility of reaching home before
Christmas or Good Friday. Excuses
for absence at the close of the re-
cesses must be based on actual im-
possility of reaching home before
Christmas or Good Friday. Excuses
for absence at the close of the re
ccsses must be based on actual im-
possibility of return.
"'2. Any student who is absent
without excuse from recitations tin-
mediately preceding or following the
Christmas or Easter recesses will be
!txcluded from the siemester exam-
ination in those studies from which he
was absent, and will be required to
take the examination at the close of
the following semester.
"'3. Students who have been re-
ported deficient in any study, and who
are -absent from recitations without
excuse at the times specified will be
regarded as conditioned or failed in
that study according .to the character
of their class work.

come, during the following hours: 2
to 6 and 7 to9 . p. ic. On anid after
Monday, Dec. 9th, it 'will also be open
mornings from 9 to 12. he follow-
ing periodicals may be found there:
An Arbor IRegister.
Alamntic Monthly.
Century.
Chautauquan.
Christian Evangelist.
Christian Heral.
Chteh at Home and Abroad.
Converited Catholic.
Cosmopolitan.
Dial.
Forum.
Golden Rule.
Good Healthc.
Graicd Rcpids Democrat
Harper's Monthly.
Harper's iWeekly.
Inlander.
Interior.
Literary Digest.
Littell's Living Age.
Michigan Presbyterin. .
Missionary Herald.
Missionary Review of the World.
New Christian (quarterly.
New York Observer.
North American Review.
North and West.
Outing.
Outlook.
Presbyterian.
Public Opinion.
Publishers' Circular.
Review of Reviews.
Scientific American.
Scientific American and Supplement.
Scr'ibner's Magazine.
Students' Christian Association Bul-
letin.
Sunday School Times.
Union Signal.
16,000 MILES.
Always a leader, the Ohio Central
Lines mileage ticket, with latest addi-
tions is the best. Covering the Big
Four, B. & O., C., H. & D., Ohio Cen-
tral and innumerable other systems, it
is the favorite Travelers' Companion.
HUNTERS' RATES.
Agents of Ohio Central Lines are
selling Hunters' Tickets to all points
in the hunting territory at hunters'
rates. See Ohio Central Agents. 162
For Rent-Front . suite, heat and
bath. Board if desired. 37 Forest.

THE "GERMAN."
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger have
several novelties in figures of the
"German" they will introduce to their
classes before the holidays. If you
are considering the subject of dancing
and wish either private or class les-
sons call at the office after 2 p. m.
and procure card of admission. Now
is the time to. join the classes. 54
LADIES' MACKINTOSHES.
Ladies' long Military Cape Mackin-
tosh, in blue-black only, $2.65. Ladies'
Double Texture Mackintoshes, worth
$6, at $4.50. Ladies' All Wool Mack-
intoshes at $5. Big bargains in Ladies'
and Gent's Silk Umbrellas.
MACK & COMPANY.
HOLIDAY RATES ON OHIO CEN-
TRAL LINES.
Tickets on sale Dec. 24, 25 and 31.
Also on January 1. Limit for return
Jan. 2, 1896. Rate One Fare and a
Third for round trip between all sta-
tions. See Ohio Central Agents for
full particulars.
Closing Out
We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
- WRITING TABLETS
which can be closed out as
follows
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR IOC
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - 8C
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB
This stock will not be replaced.
Come quick for first choice.
Argus Printing House.
Grand Opera House.
ONE FUNNYiNIGHT.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7TH.
WILLIAM GILLETTE'S Funniest of
all Comedies,
ALL THE COMFO UIS OF HOME
A Constant Roar. Side Splitting Situations.
Record 400 Nights in New York. Funnier
than "The Private Secretary,"'(hareyn
Anne" or "Too Much ohnson, Including
the jovial little comedian,
WALTER PERKINS.
Prices: - 35c, 50c and 75c.
At W. S. PARKER'S
CandyStore
We welcome all. We hail every effort
to eclipse the quality of our candies
each day. Every effort means success
tous.
Fresh Goods and Low Prices
is our motto. A trial of our Candies
will convince the most critical.
W. S. PARKER,
Cor. S. State and N. University ave.
RENTSCHLER,
PHO0TOOR..IPHE3.I
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
STUDENTS T
If you want god reliable life insurance call
on FredT MOmber.office No.1,1.
Fourth av.

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