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January 26, 1899 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1899-01-26

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2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Wrinkle a Good Nlumber. __ _ +N f fN +t
iIf ft L. Ji dh ° The January naunaber of theTH
ahtiahed Daily (Suadaytsaeaaepted) duain, t~lrall nieit ernethis Micrscpical Su pi esPRS
tmornaing. It is ata esptecially gootid oc ~ILN
aleaya.atnutober, the jokes being tiaaely and -asNLAN
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, fill of life sndth ie art work upa to AN AR R
13riE:. Tht tnlat Pr'a.t4 litajag tlock. Wbkes tttlrdY ovri y Dissecting Instruments. ANARO
Balat'aata.ardln'p'9 I1.,ad represents aI
'hN(I NG IIhEITORI. yatuttg totaacotaaatettiatg on thte t aeythiag yaa ataed tat Lere r± fl'Bnd r
F.'Na a t at,'01at.. aprItaglike jJaituary weather. Thte rP nes Bn es
u8axess MAxxNra it. frtnitispticce is by Whitehiettd and is J1JQ7 fJ R-yANt +
0. It. HtAMS, 'd0 L. qutite tt clever liecre of work. Jd' i t ..
iii1a'1'1ts. lWrinkle". favorite is Pro~fft. M1. CAMPIUS tDRUGt STORE.f BLANK-BOOK MAKERS
AthlticEdit r . It. Waaaaaaa, '00 t.. Weniley lietad of tite dejiarttient tOf li.'
,.0'. aaa,"., A. ti. 5tcnAttaaza, 'dli.t, Pliiloopana d ti is also bty Ilarliti.
E)tAMAN, '00, Ot. ILetin, 'W0M, The relter page is by Whtitehetad. I + !'ffH f
0. 0 licarat di . HItpictures i a mtderia girl'shotudotir - ____
atad relareselats three or fior girls r
Cg =disctissitng the cointg Junior IHop.
Th eaataaaaptiaa ta pr icoftAIL s $.:>0 forThe iletails are e ell worked ot. COI LFJGE T DE T
-cottaege aar, xat hareguaratdatliatry beforeta'hlere are also an extr-a large natitber S U E T
ai (atal day. Ntices, 6eaaacat'tatt, atad
'a attrIntaenaadttttrtiptat iatiolt i stat behaof cairtototnsall weldtrawni.
- dna t theDtILt o ffaticatbefaae 85p. in., or T hetli editotritils are tip to lriot'le's ' T"
ad a totitorabefoeat'i. fta.atlit'day
iotthtta atitttthichteyateexetettdtostaitlartl, the dodeOtt the Northuweat- C'OUNTRllY
taaraitttlaas11a11bit tail at ia th.ATI itet, rrn-tuhit'igtiitdebate, ad the onie on OVERt
atro ttlsnt at orwith Busnesit > oSpaters New Year's Itesoltitioti hiSMK
-iataiag proatlytlat tsdOficeanytai dliiio at1adr o elve ppe.beitig especially goodl. ur satire tin
i eA agesitatdaet'aisittg nattmtbe itan the TitmesHiera lda write tip of the
s ic" t y5 . a it ppa dyr ' tt i i t 'S tu d e it Ito " last 5't rd a y' iiig ht I f 'ub u ! 's O orvii S itP G
-- =-is iquite approtpriate. There is also
N .'ttAttt OFTOD':'t tI'StUE. the aisuialtatont tof verse, tonies _______
F. D. ZEAMAN. and1 jokes.'

Resolutions of Regret.
The ctaittetof the Senitti'En-i
giuter'cltasIthavinig in chtarge the
irtitg up of resoluitiotis itt the
hleath of Blutrr ttrdvy, otreaof the
%litttt, htave retorted theifitlttlowig:
teis ttetitbers of the Enaginteer-
inga Class if '9t9, of the University if
licliigtat, feeling keetnly the losif
air belavetd feliowcit latsmatte aid
Frienid, Buarr Hardy, take this tieaus
'f expressinig in sotme sitall meaisuore
tur deepja rdi't for hinitiwhio teas so
suddenily taketa front our tidest when
aeailig the etnd of the ipreparation of
li~s life's wuork. As a perseveritig
ohile student and an upriighit hontor-
able utati his influence anong his
friends will always be retnenmbered.
W~e, as a class, wish to extetid to his
famaily, atidtoe most detar to him,
'sor heartfelt symtpathly ini their be.
seavement.
(Signted)
F. Lawis BuowN,
JAS. C. ARMSlTROINdG,
Committee.
F. M. Hall, this year's football
:coach, is ini the city for a fewt days.
lie will reave stton far the Pilip-
;ine Isltiads, where lie witl endeavor
to piurchase lairge tracts of titmbem'.
'[There is a person inite city who hao
'Subscribed $10,000 to the fittd witichi
Mr. Hail will hiandle.
PresitlettDraper, of theh'ier
adee- y ofhIlinis, lass issued an itnvita-
tion to etacht trgantizationtof thes
itnstituttionto t setid otte delegate to a
university cotigress, uvichel is called
aus deliberate ott the hetavy tdtebt of the
Athletic Associatiton.
The semaiannutlal mteetitag of the
Northern Tri-St ate Medical Associa-
(101n uas held in Hillstdale yesterday,
wsitla abouit 30 phtysiciasofrcott the
ptates ttf Itidiatta, Ohio and Michai-
na present. A piaper was retad by
Bir. Nancrede.
Henry Hugla Johnson, congress-
saan from the Sixth Itndiana district,
Itichinond, Ind., has beenm invited to
'ieiivered the Washington's birthday
jaddress at the University.
Invitations are out for a receptiona
to be given Friday evening by Dr.
and Mrs. Fleming Cartrow.

Iniander.
lt'ar Jattuary tautmber taf the In.
louder teatspliced ott sale tuhistmtrna-
lng. alahere tire even tmore thtanthtet
usual tatiaber otf interestitig articles
antd clevcr verse. Norutma Kinig Me-
Ititeswtitssodli"Thelallays of Arthur
Wing Pirer'o." It ittata article of
cotisiderabtle lenigthlanatd shttws care-
fuil study atdat n ituanderstaandinig of
the sitbject miatter treatedl. "Tue
Fellow antdl Blute Afloat'' by Edwhi
Denby is pecrhaaps as uweil written and
poultiar att article as Inlander has
tad for tmataytmontlis. It is a pleas.
itng ntarratidon of the advetttres of
thte Michigan alumni snth ie Yostnite
duritig the late uwsr. Itsuo TIoku-
iiaga cotntributes an article on "'Stu-
denat Life in Japain." It contains
tuchiantterestitag ai vahuabie in'
formation.
Onae of the large plato glass win-
dows ini Quarry's drug stare sins State
street was smashed by sotne utuknown
person or persons late 'Tuesday tniglit.
'fte loss will be at least $75.
Dr. C. B. Kenyon uwas calletd to
Jontesville intl Albiotn yesterdhay ott
professiottatibtsitaess.
ATHENS THEATRE,
Grandsf Souvenir Niti
What
Happened
To Jones?
Saturday. Jan. 28th.
Paicaes, , ,5$1.
Drugs and OpticaliGoods
Cook House Block, Huron St.
Wanted=3 Students
To s olicit esucription to lte
Chicago Record
A fne oppotnity to earn some money.
G. M. STEPHEN15, '59 1..

Prices front $15 Uip. t~
obtatedsasthhe
Itntis sin earl tig0totito tstsad egi , e stu i es.odi ti t eacon
KOAL.. AVER~Y KIND
M. STAEBLER,
119 WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
BOTH PHONES; NO. 10n. ANN ARBOR.
GagrsMAYNARD ST. BELL 'PHONE 248.
Grarngeremet f MS.ROSS GRANGER.attdt
Acsdei termedtate Claass-Mosday eveninsa. Advanictd Clis-Taesday ctenitngs
AeadPmogrTmmeEParty ach Saturday Evening.
TIKTa, $5.00.Gocodt12tweeks frottttitttofistating,.
In Closc PaicCfAese
With tarearnming and going of the seaaons aresttefastios
in Shoes. The Styles at yesterday are seas forgotten ini the dtsire tot
that of to-mrnrca'. See sat windownllfor the best ap-to'-date line at
the styles tsr to-mucrrow.
1.19 nnsArbWanigtn St
R1PI1lLL9S SHOE SOEYiu, AnAca

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