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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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34 + CAMPUS NOTES.
t+ 0f# + A+ Fred Heffelbower, '97, has gone toi
Columbia where he has a Latin Fel-
Publiehed Daily Istuays excepted) dariag the wsp.
Cottege year, at lowship.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Miss Christabel Sawyer, '98, is
teaching Mathematics in the Cadillac
OFFICE: The Ilnd Ps, Henning Block. high school
Both Phottes 147. hg eot
Miss Harriet E. Beard, '98, of De-
MANAGING EDITOR. troit, is teaching at the Birmingham
F. ENaELSA~n, '01 L. high school.,
BUI5JNESS MANAGER. R. B. Dean, '98, teaches Mathe-
0. It. HANS 'tL. matics and Physics in the Pontiac
EITOR. hg col
Athletic Editor, T. R. Wooniow, '00 L. g
P. W. JONES, '9, A. 13. MCDOUGALL, 01 E, Mr. H. E. Lehr, of last year's
F. D. EAMAN, 01 L C. H. Lute, '00 M, athletic teams, opened a dentist's
G. 1. HUDNUTT, '01 E. office On State street. He will prob-
ably play baseball 'in the spring.
Lanw Societies Have no Place to
- --Meet.
The subcriptionp icegotah DIey hefo r Owing to the lateness in the coin-
on ea day. Notices, communications, and pletion of the Law Building the de-
otthertmatteitttoedtor ptbatiton toast ha
handed in at the DAILY oftice before 8 p. i., or bating societies of the Law Depart-
.retnt dttothat ettitte ctee 3.at.atiecd to ment are hampered in preparing for
ap ariptiear maay he tell at the DA1Lt,.e tcl, the contest debates. The rooms which
Meyer's, or Stoflet aSnewstand, or with Business they are to occupy are not yet ready
Managee .Shscribers wiltacoeraav otty for use, and obably will not be for
reporting prompttly at thisofftice 000 tailureo ue, proal
car herstoae petdresa sater wt ho in some time to come. The room which
the office by 4p. m. on the aay previous to that the Jeffersonian society occupied has
<mwhice teyearatsaer
n hbeen cut in two, so that it will prob-
ably be necessary to find new quar-
We were gratified to see the attend- ters for them. Inasmuch as pre-
ance at Saturday's game. A good liminary contests must be held early
sized crowd was there, and was there in the year the societies must have a
for business. The spectators came place to meet. It is to be hoped
out to encourage the players and to they will be able to secure other
help them win. The crowd generally rooms for the present until the upper
was enthusiastic and usually ready rooms in the building can be com-
to give the yell, although even more pleted.
might have been done in that direc- Meeting ofl the Oratorical Associa-
tion. But when it became necessary,.
when Kenyon had the ball within .
about one foot of our goal, the root- There will be a special meeting of
ers on the side lines crowded opposite the Oratorical Association on next
the goal posts and gave the yell with Friday evening. The primary pur-
a will and a vim that could not help pose of the meetig will be fillng of
spurriag dtheplayers todtheir utmost canes on the Oratorical Board.
efforts. And then undoubtedly the Mr. Van Kenren, vice-presidetit has
best playing of the game was done. resigned and Mr. R. W. Means, sec-
Three times the ball was put in play retary, has not returned to school.
but Kenyon could not move it for' In addition to the filling of these two
ward an inch, and Kenyon had lost vacancies a director from the first
her only opportunity to score. year law class is to be elected. Some
If this kind of support keeps up, important amendments to the consti-
the team will not fail to win its tution are also to be submitted, re-
fair share of victories this season. garding debating and the Central
___________ Debating League.
The finals in debate will have to
We wish to call attention to the be held on Oct. 18th or 19th, in the
Students Lecture Association adver- week preceding Thanksgiving. The
tisement in this issue. The course debate with Northwestern will take
offered this year is as good as any place on January 14th.
which the Association has offered,
with the possible exception of one or In our list of Athletic Association
two extraordinary years. The course subscriptions of Saturday Jas. H.
is thoroughly good and representa- Prentiss and Henry T. Clark,|who
tive and deserves to be patronized, subscribed ten dollars each, Iwere
Three numbers are of unusual merit. omitted. The DAILY will print a
Jas. Whitcomb Riley is an exception- complete and detailed list as soon as
ally popular entertainer, and one it is prepared by the Athletic Asso-
who never fails to satisfy an audi- elation.

j WE ARE ..
SEXCLUSIVE
AGENTS
FOR
'HANAN' and~ BANISTER'
FINE
SHOES
BEALS SHOE STORE -s a". MiRT
Our Windows
Show the goods themselves and all marked
in plain figures that you can read at a
glance. Those prices
BEAT
THE
TOWN
Just look at the Windows. Study 'em
a little. The bargains there beat any kind
of talk.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
CHEMICAL and PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS. Headquarters for all Labora-
tory Supplies
112 s. Main Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Fine Confections
Bon Bons and
Chocolates.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.

If You Want Or Binding, or Ruling, or anything in our line, no matter
how small or how large,
aiJob ofWE CAN DO IT
Pr rint i nz for you. Call and get acquainted.

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The Inland Press,
Henning Black.

ence, be it what it may. Many
authors and poets do not appear to
good advantage when reading their
own productions, but Riley's reading
is more quaint and enjoyable, if pos-
sible, than his poems themselves.
Bourke Cochran is one of the most
eloquent and gifted political orators
in the land. The claim to being the
most effective orator in the great
campaign of ninety-six can be dis-
puted with him only by Bryan, the
gifted leader of the silver forces. It
will be a rare treat to hear him. Dr.
Watson is one of the foremost liter-
ary lights of the day, and no fitter
representative could be found among
our authors. He is reputed to be an
entertaining speaker as well. Those
intending to hear one or more of
these numbers can do no better than
buying a season ticket for the whole
course.

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A TH ALLAGHAN
TfIlEATRE
We can supply any law 1
WANTED COOLEY'S BLACK
TY with an appendix of foreign wor
TO- N IG" H T.new catalog
THIS IS A BRANCH OF THE
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340 S. STATE.
Opposite Law nuilding.
book published.
STONE ren IDEDITION.
ds now ready. Call for
Me.
E CHICAGO HOUSE.

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UNIVERSITY
School of Dancing
Granger's Academy.
Belt Phone 246.

SHAKE THOSE We YOUR FEET,
OLD GUNBOATS can YOUR FANCY,
BY COURTESY CALLED SHOES. YOUR FINANCES.
W. J. APRI LL, 119 E. Washington St.

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