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January 18, 1899 - Image 2

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2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
a f L i~ Institute, the University Table and I1iUSIC Studio
U . f n .. ' L~IA te Americas Womeni's Table. The Piano, pipe ogaq and com~position
last named is iiaiiitaiiied by annual
PublishedDaly (Sandays exceited)dinlg the sublsciptioins.H.H K M P F
ralege yanr, at Every appointee of the Asssciatisn F.11 i.J~N ET
iknown as the Scholar of the Asso- Frsom Stuttgart Conservatory, Germany.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. elatioci for Maintainiiig the Amitericiani32a. Divtian St. Connect Piano Tunig
IenoalrE:TiniatidoPrescs, loaning aiteS. Wocmen's Taeble at the Zoologicte
Bott vhonea 147. Stitioii at Naples. FTe Schlars cif THE RENOWNED MANDOLIN VIRTUOSO
~ E~a~oat. the Associatitii are appiiinted by the
mt LI~x, '1 . :01L. . Exective Boiardl, with such expert MRS. W. EUGENE PAGE,
F. tIISS A NAGoE R't . tolvrd eosiaysetd to.thepExe t-veWill giee lessons on the mandolin and
lo.lan1ss sAN GEC. Beic eeeguv tidteapiit titar at the fUiversity School of'
EITORtS. iiteiit is toote for a loiiger or shorter Music every Friday. For Terms and
Athletic iEdito, 'T. iR. Woctaec 00 L. liereiodat 'inyeiExechutioascentex-hbers aiiply to thte Secretary.
P. W. JO, J, 5 A. Ii. McflaefcsAs, 01 E, pdei.TeEectv1or a
F. D. EAMAs,00. c. It. Loot.,'00 M1, at its disposal a siill fuiiid tor the_
0.0D. ticeser. '01 E. purpooe of aidliiig Schlaltrs if thie
Associatioct ini ieed of icianicial hle.)!E\IE
tci meet the expieinses of travel andl
resicdeiice in Naples. Well qiialiflel
'iesecicceytocp0cc.1th Dorto.aei towomen wlliibe apjpoiteIcc i reler. -A t
he caine-, year, with. a regttiaretivereyhefore once, but if till suitabsleiciomen pre-NW inter
nooa eacih day. Noticecommunteicationantda~~
other mattler intencied tar ptilicautionewust ibe seit the islcsi tacilol be eliglilt-
haneteet e in ti th e Iofice ibefore 8t. m.0o
mailted ta tie edtlirsbeforec ap. Ii. oat ito fay itteic stead.I $ 00
pteviotus to ithatenwhich theyateoeectede to.. Futll titformittoitn regard ito te 18.00
a;scriptions cay ibe lollat the DAILY otfie, dlViian Ca ES ofredlit h alllC0 iay lite
Meyer, 00r51..llO eillld, 00rmiuiness cobuhiticnedi byo siigteaereay10.00
,laenageo. Subscreibters will cotnfer a facerlby bo
reportingpotlyclill at thla office fay tailueci if the Asisotciin, Mtiss SiIda i. (S I
crirtodlvrpprAlt ch~anges .tindertiincg matter mustletito HydleIBetrkeley street, ICamridge~ll~, 1
the office bra ). ma.ontthec cay prevciouseto ithat 1as . i i i~o ied atIce Zolotgicl
Os ehicc 000 OO 01 0~P~l.Stion;ilPirIf'.I Mary Alice Willcox,
The actioni of the Oratiorical Botaid Welleslcy Collee, Haiso. , thle firs
icc gratin g a silvercucciiisno pizac feir Sc Ii, cit ifthe Asoiiictii tic orMiss\ G LOCVE %
the winintg soet emct s along liorencce IPeeliles, Gooek's oiffice,
stridin itheii'right din clioci. 'MuniccliGiieiy , Europcatn Fello
Tlus laction shilooeid far to iiti n l oiryc i 'iiivr Co.1loege. the second
conisciousiness andi give thecmt it little ApIpl iaion1s .r the uiec If tih\\ See our Windoi
of thec life thact throlls thtroutgh the table sholdlit belinaei slon~cg iin ad SultsOverco
reot oif the Unilversity. Of ite viticE to possibleandl the Secretary
years it lhis ieetifltthe lcsi~itom cfl. ofthle Assoiae i l~tionoldibe inotified 1N be'
pretty tear oll the college llgizaiiais soonllas caondiedaties kncowe approxi- 00MTOtis
tionts save these literary societies to uiliely wheinetiliey wish t~lostudoy i 8ahhce1ii sl&0 2
halve aelthlilyvgriewiilianoillife,.lint PO

Students' Laundry Association
Win. VOUGHT-Win. R. FOX, agrnts foe
THE GRAND LAUNDRY, of DETROIT
The hoot hig-h grade laundry to the State. The
only machine domesticefSnish in the West.
Gloe finish alo'gives. All wark promptly,
seatty and careflecly dose.
Ofice ao2 S. Statet. hResidoeceli10Lawrenco st.
New State Phone. 1
MITLLARD
THlE
PIIINTEO.
Ass Arbor. Rich
AL CLEARING UP
--OF-
Suits and Overcoats
Sailts oF Overcoats $15.00.
fi is 13.50.
« is 10.50.
f6 if ff 7.50.
All our Regular D~ollar (Colored
Shirts, Clearing Price - - 75e
SB---
Silk Lined Cape Gloves, $2.00
Gloves- --- - --- --$1.50
Silk Lined Kid and Mocha, $1.50
Gloves- --- --- ---1.00
>wo for Clearing Prices on Fashionable
lath and Furnishings.
Star Clothing House,
P9 S. MAIN ST.

theyidrelamedl cliiof thteicr glorioust
least tectil renteedinutecest ini Uni -
versity odebating aroused ltem friomea
slumtbher thatt thireatenoeidti deepstea
ftirecit011. Nowsu cpremie ciforts
tire mcadle flor the Ucniversity debates,
butt icterest is not kepettip betwveeco
acts as it snere.
These initer-solciety coctests wiii doo
fai cmore Iltoakentinctercst ice the.
sciefies theact eveic the Uniivecsity
clontests. Thenerta-society rivalry
like a healthy class rivalry is the
surest mcecans of keepicog up a strong
icitecest ini the societies thoecseves.
As Uciversity rivalry mtakes iter-
collegiate contests of such absoricing
iciterest, so icter-society rivalry
should stitnilate their activity.
By this meeacis also it nany be ex-
pected a strocig 1scrub" wiii he de-
veloped to strecngtlhen the regular de-
baticig teamticand to bricng 0out mate-
rial for fotitre University teaims.
Women's Zoological Table at Naples.
I 1872 Prof'. Antoni lohrna opened
the Zological Statioci ct Naiples for
thee collectionitof biological cmalterial
anid for thee study of nil formcs if
plant acid acieial life. Uncder tine
poersocnal direction of Prof. Doherci
and his ass stacits t1cc Statiocn has
developed into ain ctercnatioical insti-
tiution oif great icioportance fur sceni-
tific research cud for the prisfessioccal
traincing of professors anid studecnts
of all coucntries. Ticsanaclup-
piort oif a table for research costs $500
and ectitles the governmtecit or assos-
elation supportilng it to appoint to thce
table qicalified stndents, wvhco are
fcurnishced by tics Statiocc with all
materials, apparatus ancd assistatnce
free of cost. It often happens that
site table is used by four or five bio-
logists in the course of a year. The
United States at present ows bu hit
three tables, that of the Smiithcsonian

A Change in Program.
Tih cnext cnert ini OhioChoral C 0 & S C0 IT
Uctioct series will hoc given. by Adele
Acts DenrGlue, oniiFriday veveninug, cMP'ORTESAND RANUFACTURERsS OF
Jail. 20. This cliancgc wsiuncecessi-
tuated by the fact thaut Siloti hils cacn- CHEMICAL Iad PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
cell till huls Aicicicati dates-
MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS. Headiqunarters for all Labora-
Saturday, Jatn. 28-Mrs. Jarhey's tory Salipphies
WVax Works in Uciversity Hail.t1a S. Rats Street, Ass Aroo, Rich.
TRY HOT CHOCOLATE,
ATH NS TH ATE 200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
I' FIDY316 SOUTH STATE STREET, /
i~i FRIAY ijjThe largest assortcmestt oandicsoin the t, ~ ~ '
rJ JANUARY m~sadrehoarly. Oytersasereed in any style
ld(1 20TH
Robert M ntelWInt Or Binding, or Ruling, or anything in our line, no matter
'IYuW n how small or how large,
Roet atel a Job of WE CAN DO IT
~ Priting for you. (all and get acquainted.
T The Iniland Press,
BOYS ! STOP!Hernning Blosck.
AT THE
KINDERIGAIRTEN EAL..KIND
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS. O An
Huoan St. East of P. and M. Bank. rut A F ,-A Iot =M

Peninsular
Engraving
Compangj,
DETROIT, MICH.
DkANDALL,
State Phone 144.

Vi. 5 1At- tJL CIH,
119 WEST WASHIRGTOR ST.,
BOTH PHONES, RO. 108. ANN ARBOR.
MAYRARD ST. BELL 'PHONE 246.
Granger S8 Coder mannagemrnt MRS. ROSS GRARGER.
Becginners' Clase-Gentemrn,10 am., Saturdays; Ladies,d4p e. Saturdays
Aeade q inemrdiate Cias-Ronday evenins. Advannced Cars-Tuesday oeeins
AeademProTrammT Party Each Satu-day Evening.
TCES,.0.o. od 12 werhs feam time at starting.
In Close Pa~cenueAV
With the coming sod gaing of the seasons arc the fashions
in Shoes. The Stytrs ad yrstrrday ar soon forgotten in thr dereor s
that of tn-marrow. Sre oar windows for the trot up-to-dnte thor of
the styles for to-morrow.
firI~b&8fo[S1 119lj nn Arbor.goSt

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