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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

-2 THE UMYERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

The Band.
+ t + P + The University band which gave
aublished Daily (Sundays excepted) during the such good service at the athletic
Colege year, at games and several dances last year
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. will be reorganized. The first meet-
OrricE: The Inland Press, Henning Block. ing will be held next Thursday night
Both Phones147 in the hall opposite the city fire de-
MANAGING EDITOR. partment quarters on Huron street.
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L. It is hoped that all students who
BUSINESS MANAGER. Ithave any ability as band musicians
o.If. .HAns,'00L. and who wish to play in the band
EDITORS. this year will be present at this meet-
Athletic tEditor, T. R. v4oomaeow, 00 L. ing. Tte hand will try to raise
-. W. JoNES, '99 A. H1. McDouoALL, '01 E, enough money this year to buy a
F. D. EAMAN, '01 L C. H. LUND, '0 M uniform for each man. If they areP
G.D.tHUDNUTT,'01E. able to do this we will have one of
the best appearisag as well as thse hest
playing college bands ia the country.
The number in the band will be
he colle e year, with a regular delivery before larger than last year. There will be
oonet doe. Notices, comomunictions, ad
othr m iten forpublcationou aboutelity-four memberstbesides
hatddi tt ootte DnILtoice hefore 85p-ei., iot the leader. They expect tsontake
enailed to the editor before 3 P. to. of the day
trevious to that on which they are expected to their first appearance n-xt Saturday
Stibseriptions may be left at the DALY ofice, at the football game.
Meyters, or stoflet' s newstand, or with Business
XOaoager. Suhscrihers wiltleconfer a favor ttc
repotigripromtply at tieofieary fliate of Mayo Returns in " Pudd'nhead Wil.
,carriers to deliver paper. 9
Alt ehanges i a advertisie satter tost hein on."
the otttcecbyh4. tt.onatthe 3ay ptevious to that
on which tey are to appear. Edwin Mayo and his clever com-
pany will appear at the Athens
Mr. Hamilton G. Timberlake, M. Theatre in Frank Mayo's dramati-
ci. '98, has been appointed instructor zation of Mark Twaisa's famous story
in botany. '' Pudd'nhead Wilson" which made
Mr. Henry H. Parke, B. L. '98, such a decided hit here last season.
has been appointed assistant in the It was certainly one of the finest per.
snuseum. forsmances ever seenain this city and
Mr. Thomas B. Cooley, A. B. '91, it is gratifying to know that Mr.
1. D. '95, is assistant in hygiene for Mayo has with him practically the
-the college year. same supporting company that we
saw before. The stage has made
Mr. Robert Clark Stevens takes known no more interesting people
the place of Mr. John Faig as in- than the folk from Dawson's Land.
structor in mechanical engineering. ing, Missouri, and they tell a very
Mr. Frederick A. Baldwin, M. D. interesting story, throughout whicht
'98, has been made assistant in the laughter and tears succeed each otheri
theory and practice of medicine. as sunshine succeeds shower on an
phs.April day. It is a novel play with
Dr. Will M. Lake is house physi- odd characters and tiorougly enjoy-
cian and May Miller directress of the able by all classes of people.
traing school for nurses in the Uni-
versity hospital. Dr. Hugo P. Thieme, recently ap-
Mr. Benjamin P. Bourland, A. M., pointed instructor in French at the
and Mr. Coleman D. Frank, Ph. B. University of Michigan, is a gradu
'97, have been appointed instructors ate of Johns Hopkins University.
in French for the present year. After receiving his doctor's degree
lie was an assistant at Johns Hopkins
The new assistant instructors in for two years, lecturing on French
Latin for this year at the University literature and versification. Last
of Michigan are Mr. Samuel H. Jef- year he was acting professor of
fers, A. B. '92, A. M. '97, Mr. James modern languages in Earlham Col-
M. Sturgis, A. B. '96, A. M. '97, lege, Richmond, Ind. Early in his
send .Mr. Geo. D. Hadszi-ts, A. M. college career he spent one and one-
'The assistant demonstratorsof auat- half years in Berlin and Paris.
omy for the current college year atr
the University of Michigan are Nor-
ton D .Coons, A. D. '98, Harold A. i_

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FALL SUIT OR OVERCOAT
See Ours. We guarantee the Style, Workamanship and Material.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
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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. QUARRYJ
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.
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Doolittle, Lawrence N. Upjohn, and
Louisa May Dithridge.
Professor Alexander Ziwet of the
Department of Mathematics and Pro-
fessor George W. Patterson of the
Department of Physics of the Uni-
versity of Michigan have been
granted leave of absence for the col-
legiate year.
Mr. Augustus Trowbridge, a new
instructor in the Department of Phy-
sics, comes to the University of
.Michigan frost Berlisn.is educa.
catiosiwas obtained in tieschool of
mines, Columbia University, New
York, where he spent three years;
and at Berlin University from which
he received the degree of Ph. D. in
1897. Mr. Trowbrige while in Ger-
many published several theses on
topics relating to physis. He also
filled the position of instructor of
physics in the Technical High School,
Berlin. He will give the work here-
tofore given by Prof. Patterson, and
will assist Professor Carhart in the
classroom and in the laboratory.

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GRANGE R'S
ACADEMY.
For information in regard to classes, private les-
sons, etc., call at the office, 312 Maynard St., or
telephone 246 (Bell). All tuition and rent pay-
able in advance. No exceptions to this rule will
be made.
A Confectionery Store
FULL OF SWEET MEATS.
Specialties-Sponge Cream Caramels, Pop
Corn Balls, Buttered Corn, Fresh Peanuts in
different forms. Hot Coffee and Lunches. Soft
Drinks, Chocolate Soda being a favorite. Cigars,
etc., at
W. S. PARKER'S, 315 S. State St.

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We can supply any law book published.
COOLEY'S BLACKSTONE "'I'DEDITION.
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 attract the attention of the many thousands of sensible shoe buyers
who have learned to look to us for better thing s in Footwear. This Fall's show-
ing su passes any we have ever made. No douht about that-More Shoes-Hand-
somer Shoes-Better Shoes than we have ever gathered before for a single season's
selling.
W. J. APRILL. 119 E. Washington St.

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