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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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+a Jeffersonian Societut Programme.
+f The Jeffersonian Literary Society
will hold an open meeting Friday
Published Daily (sundays excepted) during the evening, Oct. 14, at 8 o'clock, in
Colege year, at Room 24 (Prof. Trublood's room),
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. main building. The following pro-
OFFIcE: The Inland Press, Henning Block. gramme will be rendered:
Both Phones147 1. Muoic.
MANAGING EDITOR. 2. Introductory remarks by Prof.
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L. Trueblood, presiding officer.
BUSINESS MANAGER. 3. Oration, by Mr. Mulholland,
). Ii. HANS, '00L. 4. Music.
EDITORS. 5. Debate. Question, Admitting
Athletic Editor, T. R. WonaOw, '00 L. it to be constitutional. is a federal
P. W. JONE, '09 A. H. MCDUALL, '01 E, graduated income tax desirable in
F.D. EAMNee,'01L; C.tH. LUND,'005M,
0. D. nUDNUT, '01 E. this country? Affirmative-Dannen-
berg, Gilbert, Schocht. Negative-
Crampton, Sanger, Cloud.
6. Address by President W. S.
Gilbert.
The Subscription price of the DAILY is 2.50 for 7. Decision of
he college year, with a regular delivery before judges.
noon each day. Notices, communications, and All are cordially invited to be
other matter intended for publication must be
handed in at the DAILYo oice before 5 p. m., or present.
mailed to the editor before 3 p. en. of the day
previous to that on which they are expected to Ethics ol Dental Practice.
Subscriptions may be left at the DAILY office, ,
Meyer's, or Sto et' newstand, or with Business The "Ethics of Dental Practice"
eaagertSascrybeawtthieotlc any fliatoe were submitted to the senior dental
carriers todeliver paper. class Wednesday morning. The en-
All changes in advertising matter must be in . .
the ofice b 4 p. . on the day previous to that tire class signed the paper and agreed
on which they are to appear' to ever reverence their alma mater,

Before Buying Your
FALL SUIT OR OVERCOAT
See Ours. We guarantee the Style, Workmanship and Material.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
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NEW STORE ... NEW STOCK
In fact, everything new but the people-they have simply
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.... JAS. J. QUARRY

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FALL OPENING
We cordially extend to you an Invitation to examine our Fall
and Winter Shoes. You will Ind all of the swell and newest
lasts and with popular prices. REMEMBER THE NAME.
ace18 S. MAIN ST. WRRR & MILLER, The Shoe Men.

IN CHAE OF TODY's ISSUE,
IA. H. McDOL'GALL.

refrain from illegitimate acts, and
never become "quacks.', Otte of
tte professoro remarked that many
networe ita nt sgutig I.t"

did worse than not signing. " ey
Tribute to Olicer B. Norton. promise and then break their oaths,
At a meeting of the class of 1901, which is a greater sin than being a
Homoeopathic and regular medical quack from the start."
departments, held yesterday noon, Freshman Mandolin Club.
the following tribute to the memory
of Oliver B. Nortotn, '01 killed on Yeterday afterntoonth ie candidates
the heights of SantJuan, near Santi- for the Fres tmanM andoliniClub
ago, July 1, was passed: met in Room 11, University Hall,
"We, the medical students of the responding to the call which had
class of 1901, University of Michi- been given for the organization of
gan, do deeply feel the loss of our the club. Alfred B. Rosebomm, of
beloved friend and classmate, Oliver Chicago, was elected leader, and
B. Norton, whose heart was stilled in Withington, of Jackson, was chosen
the defense of his country. But manager. The examination of can-
mixed with that feeling of sorrow is didates will take place next week, at
one of pride that we can count among a time and place to be announced
our friends and classmates one who later.
sacrificed his prospects of a brilliant Tennis Matches Todamj.
future for humanity's sake-who
was willing to give up his college The following matches in the ten-
work to go to the front and who nis tournament will be played at 4
proved that it was true patriotism o'clock this afternoon on the Univer-.
which impelled him to the act. His sity courts.
memory will always be dear to our First-class singles-Wherry vs.
hearts, not only as a student, earnest Ashcraft; St. John vs. Gore.
and persevering, a friend faithful Second- class singles-Jernegan vs.
mid true, but as a soldier and a patri- Niles; Earl vs. Lester or Williams.
ot. We, as a class, take this method Beginning Saturday programs will
of expressing to the faily and be had at all the football games. Mr.
friends of Oliver B. Norton our high C. C. Dutch has charge of the work.
regard for hut as a student, class
mate and soldier, and extend to them
our heartfelt sympathy in their be-
reavement.
Signed, H. B. HoRTON,

RAbam8 ka3aar
HEADQUARTERS
D
115 South Main St. Japat

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INNER SETS and FANCY CHINA.
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on watches, Diamonde, wheels or other Per- ---T HE-
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Joseph C. Watts. Open Day and Night.
Bargainton Second-hand watches and Diamonds,
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W. T. KIXG,
G. C. JoHNsoN,
A. D. CARPENTER,
J. M. STEvENs,
Committee.
The president of the class, Mr.
Chase, read the following letter from
Col. Theodore Roosevelt, command-
ing the Rough Riders, who led the
daring charge in which Mr. Norton
fell:
"OYSTER BAY, L. I., Oct. 3, 1898.
"W. S. CHAsE, Ann Arbor, Mich.:
"My DEAR SIR-Troper Norton
was killed by mny side while he and
his brother were gallantly breasting
the steep hill in our last charge. He
was not only a most gallant soldier
but a true and brave man and I
deeply mourn his death, yet he could
not lhave died in a worthier way or
for a better cause. With sincere
regret I amt
Faithfully yours
"THEODORE ROOSEVELT."

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