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VOL. VI. No. 9. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1895. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

HONE GUITAR
Is enough for one person to jj
guitar is not enough, how- N
S ever, to supply 3,000 stu-
S dents. That's why we have i
!i constantly in stock several
dozens of guitars of various #
S makes and prices.
BETTER LOOK: AT OUR i
U. OF M, GUITAR,.
Itsg o s t e THE ANN A RBOR ORGAN CO.,
S. MAIN ST.
STUDEN"MTS!
tF YOU WANT
Bargains
Books

NOT WVITH PENN. TIS YEAR
BOARD OF CONTROL REFUSES
TO GRANT PERMISSION.
Sanction for Game With Chicago
A. A. Also Withheld-Home Game
With Purdue - Open Date for
Another Home Game.
Manager Ba~ird lannilounces drtiiitely
that there will lie no game with Peon-
syh-aiiia this yealr, and tine Harv-arl
Igaioze xwiile he iionly one played iii
lie East. Penns ylcaiiia has beeii hold-
ing,' Nov. 13 open for a gamte withI
Michiigani, but the Board of Control,
at its first meeting for tiie year. re-
fused to g4rant ,the football tea ni per-
miissioli to slake' two eastern trips.
They alsoe refosed to sartiell a.1,gamle
withi the Chicago A. A. All the iest
of Manager Baird's schedule was ap~-
provedl.
An important additioni has just beeii
made to the list of hiogte gaijies.
Pulrdue( will play here Nov. S), the
Saturetay after the tHarvared gaime.
This wii be the first time ill towo

CALL AT Til E

STUDENTS'_BOOKSTORE stro1i011a,,,1 ide ascvi oviil dfeted
______ oo___ s,____ Cheica.o Iniversity Last year, .10tt i.
Law nelMedical BokGreek -"o.05litis still open for a;game.ad
.Latin. .Mathematical anti all Col- a good one oill be secured for thiat
loge Text Books at retduceid rates date, mnaking seasonli iekets worth
to students. Drawing Instrumonts snore than ('ver biefore.
and Eugineers' Soppies.
WE SELL THE :BEST AND Registration at Harvard.
CHEAPEST FOUNTAIN PEN
MADE.''fThe regliotrallis itgiires lit Halrvardl
S H BHA & 009I tirirly are 11(w00i10selietlitlig like
S Ii~iI-A~N~ C *~their fliml forim. and show ansitces
STATE TREET. of nearly 10t0 iie ini the college de-
- AlI L..D, - iallli lonliile. 'fin'ctass(If '9i7, for
0(1111'inexlicablle reaison, mis suff'ered
THE 'LEADING TAILOR i 'il~libe euto 2 1211t.?
.A.ND IMPORTER. theiver111 iisity, halsbtoeietile' soil-
The latest and most Fashionable est. 'li'lis uiversal strength of tile iif-
Foreign Fabrics for Men's 'wear. fereiiteclasses is. sen2ior s..111 iii lli 0.s
The Largest Stock in the City. 18; soephoimoies,'-it41;fieshmen, -lid;
NO, 2 E, WASHINGTON ST, NEAR MAIN. , ie'et11s, 158h; total reg;istrattoil, 1758.
5'nos1t1e iguies eover thei,'colleg e alone-'
W. ILT ..D 'ie' ditferest schoaols womilitsos-ell tie'
lepoilatieis of liii university to seoe-
Yi £NHVE WHAT MOUWANT, whatilless 1111111Rouble'tlis igure
We can meet your needs in the Athletics of Miltarv Schools.
way of text-hooks, supplies, etc., no
matter what your class or depart. Tuetichigan Ml~iary Ac'adeiwy, St.
ment, at either of our stores, and wve Tolii's Mlilitary Acadleiny (of Delateld,
have the right kiud at the right-
price. Bring around a list of your W is., and ShItluck s Military Ititutite
wants; a trial purchase is the best of M1inneapolis, llivte a WesternilMiii-
indicator as to wvhere you should-
trade alt the year.0 tary' School Athletic Asseeoiation for
We buy, sell and exchange second. tontests ini football. bsebll lineacrhel
hand books in large quantities, and
can offer you special bargains in athiletics, miost of the mneetings to be
this line. We are solo agents for hel in Chicago. Two instruetors are
the celebrated Waterman fountain
pen--everyone guaranteed. You'll allowed to pilyoii eai-h teamil. The
also find the best Univefsity Station- otlier miilitary schools of the Weal are
ery, Note Books, Drafting Supplies,
Swveaters, etc., at special rates at invited to join.
S The Yale football iii. hater is report-
WL. R R S ed as sayin, that there is no further
Ut Tows. Cows Tos. possi btity of a g.ame with IHarvard
tnlemsr - ookot're, Opposite Courthose ss yar
20 s.Stats St. 4 N. MintaS. thsyer

INTEREST IN GYM WORK
Three Classes for Daily Work to be
Formed Next Week.
'he lie irest ii the work iii ihe gym-
lzasIt ni is beginning early this year.
'hue gyimniasiiimilhas tben opei to su-
d'ents sisee last week 'rhursday wthl
wo000ctasses diily. 'Thie lasses havie
bein iicolltatly incres'g in flir thei y
hae groie to sci a size, Dr. 0it-
gi'rlel reports. that, lbegiiniig withl
netx woeek, tiiee lsses xiiiibe
formed. drilling at 4:15 5:5, aiel8:00
're ue'imiber 1100' eoing gyiliiii'iiii
woisk is fimliy eqall to that workinig
late il the wciler lst year. Tfhe lok-
ers are' goinig fast~a indlaiplicaniits for
phiysicall examiniiaios are iregistirei,
fully a weeke ahieaed. All this tioes to
show 0vthalt the' is a get inresin i
liii interest iii gymniumiliiwor; ooer
thlat of last yiar, auit for Michigan i-
idooi'atihletics.
'rhere lre' feur'women'wstud'nts ii
thei juniior' iphriaylla ss(15.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Ini orier to give our subsriers tie
biis service poib~ile the have plhacee
the local circulation ii tie hniuds of
Mr. P. C. Meyer, and11 veeaii 110W
guarantee promplht aid reglalr delivery
of papers. Our hottIss beeii reted
ainel ally failure to receive le hpapte' ti
changi' of aeddresslimay be reporteid at
Mteyer'sines sstad, itt R. Willim, or
lt the Daily- officei. Iis 011nlylrouigh
the co-etilon of str subsribes
thalt wmoae ialtho elt iiect aovrog de-
lorynI000'requiest miotificatiemi of
aiiy iregular edelivery. All papels
shiiiiel e deiveredl by 1 o'clock anld
subsribersmolay i'xpecet their taers t
the timie of day at wvhiche lhy recei-e
this numdie.
A boni oiiitslme of tie Daiy is a
eomplilete recoed of a yer of Uicr-
s illy esevet. Wea11100perfeeteit li-
rangemlents enialig subsrbers wole
k'eep a ile to get their numbohers bouid
at reduced rati at the endl if the year.
Tholise whoiesire to tkie adantege'
of this offer souiiild notify the bisiniis
imnager at omici.
Subsriptions to tie Dtily miyle
left at amy esws stand, sotillanuy
memilbr of the Daily bard or athr-
i solicitor, or at tie Daily office.
Puoblicaion wiii cover tie entire col-
lege yaromit sbsribers levigi-
mieihatey after tie srig examnim
ions imay have tie aper iailed to
their homie address until eommece-
went witlot exta ot. The sb-
sription price remans as heretofore,'
it. C. FAI7ILDS,
Business Manager.

SCHEDULE OF S LA. COURSE
MAX ORELL AND THEODORE
ROOSEVELT ADDED.
Dates of Entertainments An-
nounced - Prospectus to Be Is-
sued Next Week-Wel Arranged
Course for This Year.
'Thei Studimts' Lecture couri' has
bee(11compleiteed by- tieseemrimit;of
Mtax OIellfthe tFrencl iimoist, ovd
Hotn. Theeedore IRoosevelpriside'tlof
tie' ilice cememsoni of Newe York
(ity. T1he boardl hils sared lie ef-
forts alexpems inii rragig a
iours hich itillomeetsoill aplt)'llto
all las's.
Mtany inqiies hivei biien iIsoleinhu
egril to tie course' anhaltes of tiii
euuertaleiu't. Folleoig is tiii'oro-
reel list:
Sentor Dav-il1. 1Hll, (Ot. 25.
L~eland 'I. Powe-rs, Ne. I1.
]"X-Sic. Jhlim WI. Poster. tDiei. 11.
Itedhhathl ('sueert Co.. Dec. 14.
lie's. TI. DeWit JItlnlag, lii. 24
lieu. imiry Wltorstim. Fel. 14.
RlotiimTe'luute QuarteF. ii.9ll
tax ('Ittel, April 3..
111.o '1heoiore Rooselt April 24L
'Thle'Prospiectus of lte cours,tco-
Iliuing,1da1es, lujets ittletres
s~lles ii' he llteiirltine'm-stogetherm
outthm emtsofithlilt'alela'.dmuthiler ili-
leesing platter 00iil e' snii'abotht
(Oct.16,Tt.'rt'timiut'd ilmulace of slo
ef tichket sill bhut'oiunvumeedlhso.
Program of Bible Institute.
hInteest is incresig in the Biblte
Ins4ttimulti-turs nuo-heing gve ail
-Newb-herry Hl~l, adheIrii' 01as a ooth
ltteindance a(t itlll of.yestrttday's. 'lihi
proramlilifor toayl is:
foreri," l-Mr. Willt.
Life of Pal.h" r. .Iluu.
mep n., "Samuhlinmltie Eary Bet-
lrcily," Mr. 'viihieti.
4'ir. Iuil. 'h hitaiy f1al
7:801 hi-ill., "Davoi, Kinig aliiiPtalml-
Appointments by Athletic Board.
'Tlheardt ofudirt-ors tf thelAfhi
leti' Associiatioin appitd itihf. limi-
tiuula~st ilight an1d1L. A. P'ratt, I.
Hilth-autht. X. hiughest's 10tie d-
vertisinug coimie.
Webster Society Tonight.
'T'e regulauetimg ofliii' Wbstr
soceity wilte hetld tonight in thi'
rooum onItie thunt floor 'fittola110
btuihdilntt. Prof. Thitompsonimoill jsiek.
'Thie meeting 'illhe'pblich.

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