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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

2 THE UMYERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Orreci: The Inland Press, Henning Block.
Both Phones 147
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENGELAD, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
0. H. I S, '00 L.
EDITORS.
Athletic Editor, T. R. Woonaow, '00 L.
P. W. Joano '5, A. i. MDOeAL, '01E,
T'. D. ExAN, 'l L. C. H.Luncc,100 M,
G.1. iDNeUTT, '01 E.
The subscription price of the DAILY is $2.10 for
he college year, with a regular delivery before
noonach tday. Notices, communications, and
therematee iteoded fe publication 0tbhe
handed Co at to DILY office efoec 5p nmo
mailed to the editor before 3 p. to. of the day
previous to that oo which they are expected to
ap e.
bcriptona may be left at the DAILY office,
Meyer's, or Stofet'newstand, or with Business
Maage. Sbcies will cofe o faoreeby
eparaing prottly at his oice any failrec of
acerei erselicepae.
All chages ieadveertsing matter must be in
the oflice by 4 p. at. on the day previous to that
on which they are to appear.
IN CHARoE or ToDAY's Isu,
F. D. EAMAN.
Oracle Board Meets.
The Oracle Board held its first
meeting of the year yesterday after-
noon. Owing to the illness of F. C.
Nash, who was unable to be back
this fall, H. C. Stephens was elected
to the board to fill the vacancy in
the managing editorship.
But little progress has been made
with the plans for the publication
thus far. Committees, however, have
now been appointed to look after the
details and expect to do active work
from now on.
The board hopes to get the publi-
cation out by Thanksgiving, but the
delaysmthey have experionced thus
far may make the date somewhat
later.
Ace Shoiag the Proper Spirit.
President Weinstein stated to the
DAILY yesterday that for the first
time in the history of the Athletic
Association the young ladies of the
University are joining the associa-
tion in considerable numbers. Over
thirty have already become members
and many others have signified their
intention of joining. The associa-
tion feels encouraged by this fact
and hopes that many more will join.
The Board will have a number of the
Athletic Association buttons put on
stick pins and every girl who joins
will receive one of these. The mem-
bers of the faculty are also joining
this year in larger cumbers than ever
before.
To Furnish Trophy Room.
A complete set of furniture has
been ordered from the Heald Furni-
ture Co., of Grand Rapids, which'
will e placed in the Trophy Room
of the Waterman Gymnasium. The
furniture will be paid for partly out
of the Trophy Room fund and partly
from the private subscriptions of the
different members of the Athletic
Board which they have generously
contributed for the purpose. The
room will be furnished just as soon
as the furniture arrives and will be
thrown open to the members of the
Athletic Association for inspection.
Of the five members of the Na-
tional Peace commission two of them
Ex-Secretary Day and Senator Cush
man K. Davis are University of
Michigan alumni.
Charles Burton '98 is attending
the Detroit Law School.

The Tennis Tournament.
The following are the entries in
the tennis tournament which begins
today.
FIRST CLASS SINGLES.
Friday, 4 p. m.-H. Wherry, A. H.
Raymond; A. hI. Felker, J. Strassburg;
5 p. in-E. M. Ashcraft, H. C.Smith;
Schmid Bye.
Saturday, 9 p. m.-Ripley, Wilber, S.
M. Lester, Bye; R. G. St. John, A. H.
Williams; H. Gore, Bye.
SECOND CLASS OsNGLI.
Friday, 4 p. m.-W. Everman, S.
Jernegan; N. E. Baker, C. L. Niles; 5 p.
in-N. N. Clark, A. It. McCoy; W. C.
McNeil, A. B. Barrett; A. H. Williams,
A. N. Keith.
Saturday, 9 a. in-A. H. Felker, G.
M. Looter; 0. K. Earl, J. S. Stewart;
Ballah, Bye.
FIRST CLASS DOUBLES.
Saturday.-St John and Wherry, Ash-
croft and Ripley; Wilber and Felker,
By; Niles and Stanley, Schmid and
Strasburg.
All contestants are requested to be
at the' courts promptly at the hour
named in order to expedite matte.s.
The entrance fee must be paid be-
fore matches begin. The semi finals
and finals will be played off next
week. Contestants and time of
matches will be published in Mon-
day's DAILY.
Bible Chair Courses.
The chairs in Bible instruction that
have become so much of an estab-
lished part of the Christian life at
our University were inaugurated five
years ago. Since that time over four
hundred students have taken one or
more of courses, there being an en-
rollment last year of one hundred
and thirty-five.
Ten courses are offered this year
each being for one hour every week.
They are as follows:
1.t Inttoduction to Old Testament
study.
2. The Life and Writings of
Paul.
3. Historical Study of the Life
of Christ.
4. Six Lectures on the Epistle to
the Romans.
5. Studies in Christian Ethics.
6. Christ and His Disciples as
Personal Workers.
7. Introduction to the Philosophy
of Religion (First Semester).
8. Great Religions of the World.
(Second Semester).
9. Missionary History and Biog-
raphy.
10. Introduction to New Testa-
ment Study.
Tickets for the Good Governent
lecture course are on sale at Wilder's
drug store on State street and at
Brown's drug store on Main street.
Only fifty cents for the entire course.
ATHENS THEATRE.
Saiu.day Evening, Oct. 8,
MarkTwain's Famous
iiPUDOVNEAD WILSON '.'
The same admirable cast with EDWIN
MAYO as "Pudd'nhead."
First six rows, parquet.....................51.50
Baance parquet ...................... . 1.00
Pa"rqt circle.. .. . . . 5
Galley..................le andIc
Sale of seats opens wednesday at 9 a. m. at
Wahr's hookstore, Main St., anda5hehan's book
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