THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
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IN CARGEofccTDAY' ISSUE.
A. H. MWDOUGALL.
Debate With Pennsp.
The question for the Micigaii de-
bate, preseited by the University tf
Micliganisowich5 11 wiijllciiprve
extreieely difficlt, a11111oiewhich
will require great preparatioii to pe-
sent iwith aiy degree of 'Skill. Th'le
fact that Pensiyvaiais oto litve
two itercollegiate debates this year
is lne which wiii sake her poitiono
all the more dificl., esecially ith
the rather limited interest which has
been taken in debating derig the
past fete yeas. To prepaire for these
debate, cd to secure twot teaiis,
each oeiefit tetcrpe witli a tetm rep
resentiog a universiy nearly ais large
as Pennrsylvania, wiii be a table esle-
ciaily hari, wheii it it coisidered that
it is everal yearo since Peiiisylvania
bat won the annltlt debate with Cor-
nell. Every opprtniity offered to
obtain practice iii debate, aid espe-
cially those sbjects which wiii be
disusted at the itercllegiate de-
bate, sould be eagerly sought by
every man witsas any ability iai
the line of debate. Thle neting of
the Pennsylvaiia Debatig Union
furnisbes a good opportunity for
practice on te subject of the debate
withl Micigan, ad one which should
not be overlooked by aiy man who
intenlds trying for the 'Varsity de-
Mlat Return Soon.
Prof. Mortiner E. Cooley, chief
engineer of tie Yosemite, has writ-
ten to friends that he has ast been
nade chief engieer of the United
States steamer Yankee, a sister ship
of the Yosemite. Now that the
peace csuimissinl has nearly finished
its work, the egineering faculty
look for Prof. Cooley's return in the
near future, thougih lie is rather quiet
on the subject. Prof. Cooley is a
great favorite among the studelts of
his department, all of wbohon are very
anxioucs for himl to resume work ir
the University. It is altogether
probable that when all the faculty
menibers have retrned frsm the car
a big reception and dinner wiii be
giveli in their loior.
Rev. Joseph H. Croker, of the
Unitarian Cirl, will speae next
Sunday evening 01n "Or Post Grad-
At the Faculty Concert this even-
lug t 8 p. mn. the following program
will be given.
1. Suite Agerisne-.....C. Saint-Sens
(Arranged for two pianos by the
Prelude (En ve d'Algers.
Reverie do Sir.
French Military March.
ELSA VON (GRAE AN ALBERTO JONAS.
2. Archihald Douglas. Ballad..-Lowe
oARNER S. LASON.
3. Symphonie Esagnole-........Labe
HERMAN A. ZEIT.
4. Song without word. (Duet)....
Etude Mignone-...Arthur Footo
Rhapsodis No. 6 -.....Franc Lizt
6. Dance Macabre (Dance of Death)
-........... .....C. Saint Saens
(Arranged for two pianos by the
ELSA TON GRATE AND ALERTO JONA.
Outing for Decemaber is p to the
usual high staidard of this justly
popular maigainerf gentlemnally
'sprt anid palstimie. Notable feaures
iiclude: "A Necw Briswick Moese,
'The Yaria ef lteTmrpa,' The
Collie andtie l Sheep Deg," 'Froici
the Schiuylkill tee the Petemiac
Arhel," "With Quail Asmg the
Cottonei," aned 'Gelf anmd the Aiieri
ctii Girl.'' Tihehistoery ef the Nero
York Atileic(Clebi tp~lesanitly
told, aiiei lie fictioeptallrtlet coi-
tains ta compeele- ter.Other ecn-
tribeutiois froeei far ade near cevei
the spoerting groendsloef te worle
and aferdel noieefel vaiet.
Prof. eighard on Bioloqnj of Great
Prof. Jaceeh E. Reighasrd cwiii
lecture efoertie Zetlegcal Fiel
club eeni 'The Bioleogy of he Great
Lakes" on Frieai, IDe. 2, at 4 p. it.
ini he -11u~tsertealectiireleoo. 'Thee
lectoore cwilibo ileistraiteel eith laiterii
slides. All iiieeiestelareiniivitedi to
attmid. This is the lecture that v.a0
to have beeii eelivered in the Unity
A Memorial Meeting.
The Philelogical Society of the
University of Michigan ciii hold a
meeting Thursday eveiing, Dc. 8,
in imemory of he late Prof. Edward
L. Walter of Slit Department of
Romance Langoages. A this meft-
lng Prof. Martill L. D'Ooge ciii give
ani account of the plilolgical and lit-
erary ork of Prof. Walter, ad Dr.
B. P. Bourland will read a paper.
WEDNESDAY EVENG, DEC. 7.
D E LLA FOX
40 People us tihe Musical
"The Lite ~,Host.
School of Dancing
ALL 'IIvWEKl, E. J LSEEi
te Paiwiet,oncaeount oleaaeelseciL
ed s1eeoelle as ,oltl ,willeI sscusls
ic An Aeme, ;;20 hao Liberty S.
ones10t a.., 1 t6and to 9prm
Cutitng, Reyer & Co.
Have a large and complete line of
Such as HEAVY BALBRIIGGAN,
FLEECE LINED (both wool and cotton fleeeed),
all made to keep you warm.
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The Most Delicious of all
10, 15 amd 25 cemt Packages.
On Sale at Campue Drug Store.
J. J. QUARRY.
We ccill form te next 30 days, commoencinig Nov.
18th, offler our menl's $3.50 Heavy Box ('alf, Tan
Stormo Calf, Doruble Sole and Calf Slices for $3.00
WARtR & MIL[ER, IThe sfoe Men,.
L Ll7 U til. 1S 1. 1", Itn
For LAMPS of all- kiteds.
DINNER SEU4TS aid FANCY CHINA.
Japaneese Goods and Novelities.
Prices from $15 Up. '
OLLEGE. wen ueeywere -are icried to senddfrcthe Washburo Soaveair Catalog.
It conain~snearlySoo potrtsrof artstsanddcollegians,besides givinsoacont
\../or She construcotioe fshaC burnoistsruments ancopeprte list of art price.
First-cmass wousc dealersthe warldaver sell Washburns, or instruments may, be
nbtaised from the rockers
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in Shoes. The Styles of yesterday ore aooe forgotteu in he desire Sac
hantoft-morrow. See ace windows for misc best up-to-date liar of
the styles for to-roorrow.
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