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October 01, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-10-01

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Good Government Club Rllq.
There was quite a body of students
Tablished Daily (Sundays excepted) daring the present at the mass meeting of the
College year, at Good Government Club last night.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. President Mulholland called the
FPicE: The Inland Press, Henning Block. meeting to order. He introduced at
Both Phones 147 once the first speaker of the evening
MANAGING0 EDITOR, Prof. B. M. Thompon.
F. ENGasAa, '01 L. Prof. Thompson spoke of the bless
BUSINESS MANAGER. ing and opportunity of youth. Espe-
o. 11. Hss, '00 L. cially with regard to the great prob-
EDITORS. lems which have arisen and are aris
Athletic Editor, T. t. Woonnow,''5 L. ing to be solved the youth of the
W. JaoNEs, 'W, A. n. MCoULL, '01 E, nation today is to distinguish itself.
, Fa.E N, '01 L C. H. LUND, '5 M, Young men of today and above all
0. D. UNUTT, '01 E. college men should more and more
tend to disregard party dictums and
think and act for themselves. Also
the unjust and harmful practice of
The subscription price of the DAILY is }2.50 for rotation in office should be stopped.
C e calee yea, swith a regula dliery beftee
on*each dy. Ntices, cessaieatiy ald Prof. Henry C. Adams was the
,ther matter intended for publication must be second-speak
,anded in at the DAILY oftice before 8 p. m., or er. He said that there
ma. ed to the editor before 3 p. m. of the day was no more corruption in his opin-
tarieus to that on which they are expected to ion in high governmental positions
eys'eriprastttbscewtctadat IthY Boice, than in high business positions. The
:Manager. Subscribers will confer a favor by ethics of businessare on as low aplane
"eperting promptly at this ofice any failure of
carriers to deliter paper as the ethics of government. I-
h a>tee y cin a vertisin attemust b tha dustrial problems must be solved be-
r which they are to appear fore government can be what we de-
sire it to be. There can be no sou-.
In order to insure the prompt ap- tion of a problem complete in itself.
pearance of the Daily each morn-- As soon as solved, it becomes a fun-
ing, changes In advertising must be
an the office by 4 p. m. of the day dation for a second stone in the
zrevious to that on which they are structure of civilization.
to appear. President Angell, who was present,
With today's issue free delivery was called on and outlined interesting-
stops. From now on the Daily will ly many of the governmental prob.
be delivered to regular subscribers lems to be solved. First, the State
Only. Those intending to subscribe Deartment must have more weight
are advised to doso at once In order Deatea
to receive all issues regularly. Te-e with Congress. Second, men must
phone Daily office. Both phones be trained to perform he new duties
9 47.of administrators in the new ter-
See'y E. F. Johnson, of the Law ritories we have acquired. Our
Department, says that the new law consular service must be reorganized.
building will be ready today, and Congress must take more interest in
that work will commence promptly foreign affairs. Native interpreters
on Monday, as per schedule. ought to be sent in the consular ser-
At the last meeting of the Board vice to the great foreign nations.
Vice-President Harrisan then out-
-of Control the matter of allowing the lined the work contemplated for the
'Varsity to play athletic clubs was ensing year. He aso told of the
-:got brought up as was expected. But lecture course to be given by the
'he sentiment of the Board seems to club. Tickets were then placed on
,e in favor of supporting the atti- sale and the first response augurs
tude of Manager Charles Baird who well for the success of the course.
its opposed to playing athletic clubs.
The DAILY is pleased to know that Company A, U. of M. Rifles.
'this is the case. The athletic clubs Will meet Monday, 6:30 p. m., in
tend to draw the best athletic ma- front of main building, to plan for
'erial from the colleges and for this the continuance of the Company, as
reason should not be encouraged a permanent organization.
Athletic contests are one of the CemaetoraiATio. A r
strogest influences toward creating CAPT. MAGLEY.
.healthy college spirit. Intercollegi. ,= = r- =
ate games are at present one of the
iost powerful influences in develop-
ing an amateur spirit among college
students and of bringing them closer
'together. If there is any one time
when college spirit is strong and ATIEN $
active it is right after a big athletic
victory over a rival college. Be- TIEATRE
sides with the football season as short
as it is only a few heavy games can
she played and these certainly ought
to be with other colleges. Our games
with athletic clubs never arouse the
"enthusiasm and love of the game, -== i == = -
which accompanies a close intercol-
legiate contest with arrival school. Te Scool o DanGI .
In the interest of sort and college - - ________
-pirit our teams ought not to play GRANGER'S
against athletic clubs. ACADEMY.
On Wednesday evening Horton C. Foe nfoatoniaoegasdocalaseprieate lea.
ton, etc., collatseoffe, 312aynd 5.,o
Ryan '93 and Miss Minna A. Drake telephone 24 (Bel. All tuition and rent pay.
ahie is advance. Na eceptana to this sale wil'
were married. Mr. Ryan was promi- be made.
anent on the Wrinkle Board.
The Adephi Literary Society holds A Confectionery Store
its opening meeting tonight at . FULL OF SWEET MEATS.
o'clock in Adelphi Hall, fourth floor acoslale-Is rng Oesrneasramel, Pp
main building. An interesting pro- different forma. Hot Coffee and Lunches. Soft
Drinks, Chocolate Soda being a favorite. Cigars,
gram will be given. All are invited, etc., at'
.especially new students. W. S, PARKER'S, 315 S. State St.

Before Buying Your
FALL SUIT OR OVERCOAT
See Ours. We guarantee the Style, Workmanship and Material.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
Cutting, Reyer & Co.
201-203 South Main Street.
CAMPUS DRUG STORE* * ON THE CORNER
NEW STORE ... NEW STOCK
In fact, everything new but the people-they have simply
changed location.
.... JAS. J. QUARRY.
FALL OPENING
We cordially extend to you an Invitation to examine our Fall
and Winter Shoes. You will find all of the swell and newest
lasts and with popular prices. REMEMBER THE NAME.
218 S. MAIN ST. WRR & MILLER, The Shoe Men.
Etaams fla3aar
HEADQUARTERS
For LAMPS of all kinds.
'PORCELAIN CHAMBER SETS.
DINNER SETS and FANCY CHINA.
115 South Main St. Japanese Goods and Novelities.
MONEY LOANED MAKE A STRIKE
on Watches, Diamonds, Wheels or other Per-_Torx
stsslPoperty. -- TTE -
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. BOWLING ALLEY.
ilet t residense, si1 E. Literty It, A tsAe- 310 S. Main St.
teos, Mich. All bhainess confdenttial.noars
to 11:30a.mto. adlt3:30andito9p.M. T. MAHONEY, - Proprietor,
Jaseph C. Watts. OeD Ngt
Bargainsin Second-hand Watche sand t n iaond s, Open Day and NIg t.
COLLEGE STUDENTS
THE
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OVER
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how small or how large,
aJobof WE CAN DO IT
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* * * The Inland Press,
Henning Block.

PAIIAUA I 9 ~fl 340 S. STAT E.
N & o 30 S.STAE. AGHA AL 15 Opposite Law Building.
We can supply any law book published.
COOLEY'S BLACKSTONETH"'".
with an appendix of foreign words now ready. Call for
new catalogue.
THIS IS A BRANCH OF THE CHICAGO HOUSE.

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OUR

FALL SHOE SHOW....
The exhibit of new shoes, specially designed for Fall Wear, which we are showing
this week will attratt the attention of thesmaly thousaads at sensible shehuyes
who hate learned to look so setter thingsinsFoaotwear. This Fall's show-
ing surpasses any we have ever made. No doubt about that-More Shoes-Hand-
somer Shoes-Better Shoes than we have ever gathered before for a single season's
selling.
W. J. sAPR ILL, 119; . Washington St.

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