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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

2 THE UMYERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

of 4.&jaIu TO HUMILIATE FRESHMEN.
Collee yco, 00Motel Initiation Ceremonies at the
1Publiohed Daily (Sunodays excepted) during the Uieatjo~Ciao
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Three hludred nmembers of the
i~e~e:ik loed ecc icooogBlok.freshmuans class at tile University of
ioth P'hones 147 Chicago are to be initiated inoth ie
ranks of college men.1 with mnucih cere-
AACSGINO I)ITOJI. manyfl next Moniday nigilt. Before
F. EoNEHRD, '01 L. the eotire beody of upper close men
BiUSINESS -ITAN AG +cIi. tile crocwd of verdanst unidergradilcates
(5. If. lANSe,'00 L.cwiii be comlpelled tco parade in noivel
IITORiS. cistumne and do nucmierouis feats to
Athilic Eiditoe, T. 11. Woomtow,',00 L. show a sense ofdepuiltybfr
P, W. CON, 1, 0, A. 11. MCDU LLo , '0dep1lllltEoir
F. 0. EcAMeN, '01 L; C. . si. e,,'00OM, 'their superiors. Presideilt Harper is
0.11. HUcooee, 'os E. hack of tie o nvemnit. Yesterilay
norning before the junior colleges lie
annionced that a meeting of higher
class iiien would be held to prepare
_ aniniiitiatioii for the niewly snatrien-
lie subscrciptionpricec0110ofteDI Lo '2500r C tdci uens
he collegeov ear, Nocilli a ecgularedolivey beforcedsdel.
1oo 101achdiy. Notices, coimunications, coil Heretofore tile average freshmen
other ter11 cc l ed ~~or puie lci o nii must111 le
hanidedlincit0110 DcILoffhii leore 5 i.sm., orat the SUniversity has hieen the mcaster
mooileoiIc110hiiiedio elore 3 p. In. if lie d0y instead of the slave of the upper
prius cto tcatol i niichic ec e expectledtc
Mppeaer0 ic onl 1h c- ~c. c lass iian. Largely through the in-
MeerslocSoilleto incicoad, 00 with IBuciness floience of fraternity castoins they
Manoage.iibiccrihbecswill ciioneoaffcccriiy have been the reciellts iof niore at-
replorting p plye atill t isi office oiiy Cailoreoif
ciersitolivecc paper. tendton thlan their position crould
All changes in advoetisingmttermltlie in
the' oflice hy 411. Ini. on thieday previous to liii warrant. Schcla10conlditiono is de-
owhich thiey 00e loolappe, precated by the faculty. The noatoure
---- - --- = --of the initiation to be given next
IN CHARGOFODoAY'SISSE,
G. D. ISUON Cli'. Mondiay night will be determined by
tile higher class men at a meeting
The DAILY yesterday received the Mionday morning. Tile faculty re-
first issue of the towefth college ilaily, serves tile riglot to pass jodgmient on
"The Doily Stiodeot'" of Ilndiana the programnmoe to see that nothing
Univerity. The sheet is ratther bordering on hlazin~g slil be in-
dliminilutive in size hot filled withl diniged in.
lively necws aiod promoises to grocw. o President McKinley and members
________ ____ of iis cabiinet wiii visit the Univer-
Capt. Benlnett's report at the city of Chicago Monday afternoon.
meeting of tile Athletic Boarid last President Harper is arranigisig to ex-
evening, in regarid to the smlall slum- hibit all lhis students in a parade be.
leer of candidates out for the fiiotball fore the Presidenit. The University
team is an uncvelcome one at thistisne. Band and military comupasny will op.
Last cweek there were four teasoss pear on dress parade and will escort
practicing nearly every day and on the distinguishoeil visitors liver the
Saturday there cvere at least five grounds.-Times-Her~ld Oct. 11.
teams out to the game in uniform.
Mens in footbsali suits wvere admitted The students at Georgetown Uni-
free. This creek only nmaterial. versity are rejoicing that the college
enonugh for twoiiteas iis out.We, faculty ccilallocw there to have a

WE ARE..;
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HAjjAJ' and BANISTER'
SHOES
~BEALS SHOE STORE O-CUTSOS

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And contaiiu every point of fashion
that bselonigs to Suits Season. In Doubile or Single
Breasted. Silk Faceil for One Dollar more if you
wvasit it.

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IMPORITERS AN MANUFACTRERnS OF
CHEMICAL and PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS. Headquarters for all Labora-
tory Suspplies
1120S. Main Stroet, Ann Arboe, Mich.

can thisik of 'no osil' epanto football team this fall. It wiii be
of why this shoiuld be. At this early the first iii four years. The game
part of the seasoss the niake-up of the cwas prohibited after the Thansgir-
'Varsity is ainthisg hut a settled isig gains of 18194, whoe their quar-
question, and'cwith the corps of terback cwas fatally injured.
coaches cwhich cre nowr have and ccill
have later in the seasons, there is T. H. Buckthiorpe, ex-'99 L., is
every clhassce iss the world for de- sn business cwith his father at Jack-
velopmnt of usw er n. "A good sonville, Ill.
scrub, snakes a good 'Varsity," but Mrs. Merrie Hoover Abbott, LL.
it takes a seconld or third scrub to B.,)IU. of M., '98, is casididate for
make the first one good. prosecutisig attorney of Ogemaw

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

The Stearns' Fellowship.
H. T. Ifunkel, '97 Usiversity of
Wisconisin, ovas tsday accorded the
Stearns' felliicshoip isi pharmiacy.
'Th1e fellowslhip cwas establishled four
years agis by Frederick Stearsis Drug
Co., of Detroit, aiii is worth $350
tso the hldier. Thle crirk to be pulr-
ssesd is in pharmalilceulticlclhemoistry,
and cwiii be undier the suplervisiono of
Prof's. Schlotterbeek aoid Stevenls.
Fresh Medics Elect Officers.
Tics '02 medics illet yesterday
mnuinlg asic elected the folloiicnig
officers for the freshmuani rear: Presi-
denit, W. S. Holmqicuist; viceprsi-
dentr, Miss Pocrell; secreuary, Mr.
Morse; treasurer, E. A. Webiber;
sergeant-at-arms, Miss AltoaiRice.
The '99 L. class, cilsheet this
snornisig to elect a mienmber of tile
Michiganensian Board usntile place
of D. F. Dillon who did not return
to college this year. Tie candidates
for the place are M. E. Lambert, C.
M. Bush and H. W. Robinson.

F. 0. Thompson, of Pontiac, has
fasnnounceed himself as candidats for
tile presidency of the fresihmian liter-
ary class.

If You Want Or Binding, or Ruling, or anything in our line, no matter
how small or bow large,
aiJob of WE CAN DO IT
Printing for you. Call and get acquointed.
* * * Th in slawml Press,
HenningBlnock.

ATHENS THEATRE.
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 12. 1 340 S. STATE.
LINCOLN J. CARITElt'S CALG N opp111010onsiLoBilding.
Sensational Comedy IDramao
Udrthe Dome. COEdBAKTOE 'n~in
iurrio can Sen. oih n apendix sf fiireign cwords now readcy. Callfo
Prices 20, 15 ande nts. nn ecccatalogue.
Seatso sle atcair',onAanetan HIS IS A BRANCH OF THE CHICAGO HOUSE.
11,1 lii r',oniStte Si I

UNIVERSITY
School of Dancing
Granger's Academy.
Bell5 Phone 1465.

SHAKE THOSE We YOUR FEET,
OLD GUNBOATS cau YOUR FANCY.
BY COURTESY CALLED SHOES.ft YOUR FINANCES.
W, J. A PR I LL. 119 E. Washington fit.

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