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October 27, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College ear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Cearist eTimes buildin,0 .Ml t e
tenLibertyand WS.Milliam Sts.he
MANAGING EDITOR
.. . P. ToA, '115 L.
BUSINES S ANAERff
0. 11. HANs, '0 L.
EDITORS
11, I. Ssss~s,5A, '18 L., Athletics.
E. L. Cmsoss, '1 L. - ht- onday
MusLsR LAs, '0,- - Tuesday
G. D. IluesoucT, '00, Wednesday
T. R. WOOODW, '110, Thursday
A. CArOELL,'9,- - - -Frday
. A. CAMroeL, 00, Saturday
The subscription price of the Daily is $2,0
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon ah day. Notices, communica-
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with Busness Manager Subribers will re-
fer a faor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of crrirs o deiier paper.
,it' ite'r-class fo00110l11'~aoies, whichh
begini nIxt wek deser've tie hea 'p
supplort of all tuts whi 5o'ocDlt-
rind. NI)otsly is 'varsity ivtiaiil
teslts, 'bult il'hnmbrl'ofthims 01h10
brogtitsio 'xisencellgives 01111111
Isitly for the ,Prtiiptionil of gre)
istisbers "0nfooball In tlisle evY te
critilisml uttcollege atltisten'5iid to
this development'll of le few to till
neglet (f tie mniisediproved. Let1
threbial re 111'attendlaneeat very
'(hre is neel oia gehiral reaitg
rooiiisomelIwer (IDtillef' Cl linlt. T'li
autossiritie atit ill' gnrlll'library.
'v lis'ttiI't'rightfully or wrnigfully do
to furish.ilithe Ipoular tilgzinesl'0a111
le daily paer 1and1 oldents wit.)or
not imicmbes 'feel ia n' lrlil iI'itaiIOi
Ining() tle S. C. A. asd Y. 21.: C. A.
roous. The c-ed& ae rovided for
in the main hal, 'but de reel of uts
re left to shift fo' orsrelve's. A r 90:s
-ishere stdetsica en met0111nd ii 'ull
10001ti'tiscIes5oelidaily hsP~ening
is mitchtlineeedIa1111te UniverWsty
wuildl be well erid for the exenseo
iecesrred 11y'f11e1epri'tf le 101110 aii'
loyalty thl oaf ldibtlle creaedatontg
the alumnni of the fstsre. 'e Daily
willIat' toore to ay on thueslilet
iater
Courses in Chemistry.
The snumioer of sttdents ii each of
the several corsres of work in the
cioemicai laboraories is as folows: In
aii the courses in genera asd physical
cemistry -tere are S2; 11n all the
cuniso'in anlytical Ii(d orgaict
chemsistry there are 220 The latter
are maade sil as folow: 10 in the
olnalitafive course; 29 in suanitaiv
cecirses; 13 in organic cores; 47 hr
phlysioloica anlsyis 25 in oberative
Pharnmacy Tere are sisudts in 211
elrctives fos' laoraory worh. Twenty-
one sidents are ii he research work
of the laboratory. There are also now
going oss ight ourses of lectures oss
iaenshal subjecs without laboratory
work.
~1rs Tindal, oasisistres-elect of
the fresan law class, has bent b-
sent for the past -few days atending
a wedding in Phbiladelpha.

One Banquet This Year.
'1151' freshiman cloess at isst tbe-
giun its plolitial tissnso'vrI'. ?'li rt
ticket in i eld' (111 is ea 112by 1111(es
Heniry, of Enlgle'wood. 'hs ticket is
ago, Dtroil.t, raldIlsiids. Anis Ar-
1111, Laissig a2111Kansass Ciy.
A siset ins of sll t ra rsisies ls
hetld last evninig to inamie so caid~isat'
for tilesll iloorlantt positinl of toast
nussolr. Till' Zea Psi aind Delals a's
111 Eps5ilont1frteritis bth puttttil
eacitoes, thie oote s liilg'7 o 1u
in fsvor of Mrt. Wetore, of Detroi,
wh(liiie'b teD.K Oftrnty idtotil 11vos. I 1111er
t 1152oidla2 ruptutlr'simitlsr 1o that (f
lsst yeaite11'Zeta Psi fra'ectsy im'v-
edt that air. Wtetisit'' toethstitaci-
trstetiti's owilsupport111'lAir. I ilolyTe
11i''osil~. No 111211'hIsisyotsb11115a'-
1(1' first rgulalr mets''ig11f te'class
Guests at a Banquet,
'Acting 'resisetH'usl'tc'tintslDsean
IHutson andltDr. 2'.1. Ositg'oli serers
guests (f till liisersisy 1111b of Chi
cago atli 111e11rclis lsot Oli islas vets
is 0(1 0singtsoestwo 111(11 andfify, its.
Iidilig' many pr1oietlii'lfgraduatstl.
wereI' lrsct. Tius lss elon Pag,
1,1' gratsouthserii novelist, 511(1 liie
b-ishioof Vals n-re gests o f ihonolr.
Theuivsioty C'ltb is eotlIpOse.'i f
grsdstues of the difr'it tiiverstico
of this, ('otsry andsiEtropel'.a(tlt 1)(-
ies ,,pac'liouA(tb rolio 1111nlDeabors
s. Itsobljet 1s lrgly social, 01111to
thle ael'Ipisllstsiei of thi enId, dii-
nero are givenisacall year in hoolr of
the dice'n tisssseriti s rereeted
Prof. Trueblood to Speak.
Profs'ssor 'Trueblood will lt ll
sudentseinoterestel iithe cominitg itsr-
:society Ieates bull orstorical c'ontests
this ev'e'ning at 7 ocloh in 1Roo0th2-.
Evry stdIet wholinlitedls to ('tter
any of 11(1 contests this yer sosli
attnld this mseeing. Professor 'True-
blood nill hasve a larg' list of sbjelct
suitsfble for ortionls ntl will gie a
talk oni te miethodlof lprearigfor
the contests. tHe will also exlaini the
wa'sy ini which the ra torical associa-
ien and th(lieIlbatigll esges al's'ol-
duted and wi111 give a history of the
organiizat ion and w orkings of fte
Northern Oratorial League. Alt st-
denlts who are itereted 110tis work'
shouldl elprset tonight.
'10 lEN'-A sie of ooiise wihall
counveienoes 21 514 E. Lbrty s01
ST. THOMAS
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
CONDUCTED BY THE
SISTERS
O THE
MONROE = CONVENT
Piano Forte, Vocal Culture,
Mandolin, Guitar, Violin,
Banjo, Harmony, Counter-
point and General Musical
Theory. Study of Harp,
Xiss Ellen Clarken.
ADDRESS,
ST. THOMAS CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
ELIZABETH STREET.

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