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October 21, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-10-21

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A Snag.
f f 1+Ay(ituA1 liheeis oajpossibility tihot the elect NE RE.
Pulse al Sna xetd aigteion of tlic 99 class nmay lot comoIIff EXCLUSIVE
(otg7 tfor a number of years past have +' '7
THE UNIVERSITY OFPMICHIGAN. been held either ini Room C, or in 'D, ~ . ' O
l~ro:TeInlaCd Pressening l Oiok. Uiiersity']-fail. this year, how-'
BothPhones_147_H _'_, ilANAN ailo.BANISTER
(Ie.:TeOoh1h~O17ever, the law library is temporarily 4: :.,. :..
ANAGINIO OCOTOR located in 1Rooem ( acitd the repaisor
F. tNinamIAoon, 'ci L. to the roof (of the oailo}hilinjo make FN
11U5gS1N1x AA~O it i0l1Jxssibll for the election to he *" ::...:.,.l . SHOES
0.. IItAhst, '00 L. held there.
EDTR. n f h aniaesi-u ne-109RN. MAIN STREET
A tlitic Editor, . 1R. Wnooto, '051. View swith Secretary Wade wais toldl BE S H E T R OP CUT IOS
PW. JsONS, '99, A. 1. MCDUGLLoio~, '01 E, that the policy of the facolty had_______
F. 0. Ea~IA, 'Cl L; CJ. 0. LOeoo, '100 he t ae l eeton ae lc
G.1). OIeooNU, 'no E. bon thalllecgo toons 24e lac te 0 ~GET I N O A
on____the____ground______floo10r of: thehuldig a a spsil.Ro 4i h
second floor of tile 01orth0winlg is 7~, ~
-aila~lell, hot there is sooiedoobt COV/ERT
-h sron ptionnopicnof th1e0DAILY in 0.50 tor tWhethier it canl he securoed fooothe .
he enting(e'yea, w iIith 'nrguiliindeiveny lnb aeloe cto h a (i
con )11dy.Noino oiiaoiolaii adlibrary i ocb i J OR CO '
othen matteionodoit tonrlpubliatiao l hust be oved tile first of tile week sold Sec- I /'t .
haided inoat the DAILCoffice bhforno8p m., on d
malleo the110edionhtoneoe 3 p. a.fathelinday retary aedesires the class to Waot - tie ftlelea at
aper ntil thast roomoocan be li- I'is is 2t fteya (
Subscriptionma a: he left a( tolthe orLYnlfice, It is not tdeflooitely known ioo who-t /I-U
MaonynnS, Iuloleisn lln~l o ienrany wiluror ofiwae- thedelay, i ttksplace ,owill rpel dese.ItI
caposto delirper. tin a'ia ffetthe interests of tloe candidatesyo.a ind yoGrsel
All cliangnnCin advertisin" l~Imattr ut b' eonooeof tileon are evincing aoofa, t' er 1 COa htca ewr
theoff obyohj 401p. 0 on hay prevou o that0111 fer cthe that clv ast le wrAT
on which otiey ann 0o appeanrlowever, that their chances loll on thseshvey al da
an~UoTnT'OlE oy (ray behuort by thoedelay. or0 1)n1warm days im the
F. D.EA.NLAN.intr. We are display-



TeSL.A. course will he opeooed Jfesoos 3oceyoeesaoss A~ f thleIbest tailored kinid..
this eveoiong by Jas. Whoitcomob Riley. Saturday night, t 8 o'clock. Roooo
"The Hoosier Poet" is one of the 9, Maino builinog, loss been secured ASK TO SEE OUR $15e adn itrrmnwhcafotemeig.Tehefetue ,15 1 a d .
fe dog ltrr nnwoco fofleoe g w cl e t edeate BueSer goSuits. Ify on waot a $1,$6ad$0
read his owoo writioog to ano audience ofutit pooraloo(Cooik enthfdebaehBlu
effectively. H~e is nt only success- whlichb is the fist preliomiooary of the si ool 01 01frhr
ful as a reader, bult is a prince of society. Thoe usual large oumbher of
Cntertainlers. Thlose who enjoy poetry eotries lhars beell lhandedlill. 'Phose no
tlot CIOCO rooi ~leloeor, ao wh wootill speaok Storday onighot re; I IJE)r)
good story teller caoonot afford to affirimative, Messrs. Reynlols, Draa,
m0iss Riley's lectuore tooniglot. Sanoger, Cole, Hyde, Cloud aood
_____-e __- Tanooer; legative, 'Messrs. Danud-
Botho of tile Freshomen Glee Cluhs ridge, Sclhacht, Crsootooo. Zimmooer,
held meetioogs yesteordaoy aod frono IlHosted, Weiser aood 1'. Cloud- h neetson hr rmsst
be coonsiderable rivalry sold a gaome Alpha Nu. SC__17_
fight for supremaocy. ID. F. Zimoooer- 1101 secon~d preliominaroy of thoe
mno, Jpresidenot of thle '01 Glee Clob, Alphoa Nu society will be held Slatoor- IMeORTERNo.1lD MAoNUACTURERSOC7i'
called tile official cloob to order yes- day evenioog, Oct. 22 at 8 o'clock.f CHEMICAL andS PHYSICAL APPARtATUS.
terday afteroool andl A. B. Mtorano The debaters will be; affirmlative, MICROSCOPIC FIND)INGS. Heaodooarters foe all Loobora-
was electcd presideoot; 0. J. Caomp- Miss Auostioo aod Messrs. Colvin, tory Supplies
bell, Jr., secretaory; andH 1. R. Keroo, Wells, Barbier, anod Charles; negs. 112 S. Main Stni'i', AnnArboi', Mioci.
manager. A comnmittee of three was rotve, Messrs. Morrell, Mayo, Boll- --
appoinotedh to trait upon ttoe leader of ister, tood Moody. , Fine Confections
the 'Varsity Cluob to get himo tot trill/ Bon Bons and
tloe caodidates voices, after whiy nT irst nuoober of thleInlander Chocolates.
leatler trill be cloosen and regular wilb o ae 50011.'110CT IAUlffbITET
practice beguoo. As seven fraterni. -- ~( ~ /LULU !UI~UUIUIL
tiesaoid the irdepenodents wrere rep '" - - 316 SOUTH STATE STREET.
resenlted, it is expected tha~t a firstl ATHENS THEATRE. _____________________________
class organization wiii result. Fridoy Eoening, Oct. 21. II ouW n Or ninding or Rulingor anything in or line, no matter
Thle rival chlob ooet last nighot ts fYUWatg
perfect thleir organ~izationo and 11avse ,in f lShnsal rhwhre
tioeir voices triod by Hotvaod H-ae ! a Job of WE CAN DO IT
sf1115 'Varsity Chub. He s of tho sM ssrni f M
Opnin ilttlo O~t~ilI(.llbed LYale1O Ro ri ti g for you. Colt and get acquainted.
veloped hto a irst class chub. 1115e SIiihi Mr. Etenne (Oirdol, the poi"- ThIn oloon(Press5
cilo tril lOetc' inali tharlio'o Aii,(and Hiss 5nAgnes~l-k
clbwl nitevery Thiurslday nilght HeennngoorlAgkn
for rcgular practice. jsiaOll-
interesting fight aood developmueoos Sats n ali at th'aiin ' ,on gaino Si., iatd !J340 S. STATE.11
lire awaited. IHorever, it 1115 l inr~'on 0State 5t. A L G N Ii K, LwI~idig
trays been the customolfor thIe pro.______ijC LL GH NWrU. Ipi&(_Ci003,dig
letofto or eirschborciii ATHENS THEATRE, AlOo b~1neg. B o n
tos first nmeetinlg frtoi ucesrLaw B okPublishers a d Importers.
be the official oooe. -C SVO AV Have youo read Wolsoo's Works, as edited by James DeWitt
MissOabSkMLoOlor A'0,MtiAoAondretws, or Von Hoist's "Constitultional and Political History
is5 el ee Lonard ofthe ol OF TRADE AND ART. of thoe United States?" '[hose books are for sale at ourd
commoittee of her class hst spring, ""111-PRET70T IRLS-l noas ~ banosor dtoo soall 110 gla ohv you callao
swill not return to college this year. ! OTUMES.ooFANCYDRoLLSta. Banc h e reCoesA otNo..t
Sloe will study ioo Miss Noble's School DDCINFJ LNG
(X N.l'T ....1ad V 1.. i 1nn in T At OnPies,15,5.'Oaon05 cnots. Seaton.,Sale~jOu ,

More A. sod,98 ., tas cosen - -Satureday Mloninog.
MryA od'8Eascoefro thirty competitors to fill the UNIVERSITY
ichair of Mathematics aood Applied
Sciences in the high schosol at Bur-. School of Dancing
lington, Is. -T
F. William Hleysette, '94 M., is Granger's Academy.
practicing at Freesoil, Mich. hell Pronoe 2460.

W. J. A PR IL L. 119 E. Washington St.

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