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VOL. VIII. No. 25. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1897. FOUR PAGEe.

WILD
Has received a full line of Novelties
for Fall and Winter in
Suits, Trousers,
and Overcoatings
NO 108 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN
Al legretti's
Chocolates....
Fresh every week.
Only in' packages-
60c a pound.
Lowney's if you
prefer.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
Just Received a Large and Elegant
Lin.e of New Pipes I
Sot and Cod Lunches at all hours. Agents
for Hylersad Williams and Weeers o
Chclate eon aon.
R. E. JOLLdY & CO.
308 South State Street.
[ATHENSTHEATRE !
SATURDAY, OCT. 30.
The Prodigal Father
Prices.... 2 c, 350. so and 75.
THOSE NOBBYSUITS!
MILWARD THE TAILOR,
STATE STREET.
WAHR'S
300HSTORL E
Students should try us before
making any purchase. We are
bound to satisfy and please. Our
large stock of Law and Medcal
Books, in short, Tet-Books for
every department in the University,
new and second-hand enables us
to sell at the lowst price.
Blank Buks and U. of M. Sta
tionery at low prices.
Mtake our stores your headquarters.
W AHR'S BOOK STORE
Up Town Dow Tow
. State st. Opposite CourtHouse
Ann Arbor Main st

NEARING THE END.
'Tennis Tournament Now Nar-
rowed Down to the Finals.
Yesterday's play in the tennis
cthamionoships was of the -highest
quality, andi had ai decisive influene
tpon the final otconme. The two first
class tournaments, doutle and stge,
have now been narrowed (own to the
fonal rond. to stogies Russel ansi
Daiforth are left to contest for the
toiior of playtng the pvs(nt stge
ettampton W.. D. iHerrick. to doubles
Herritk andi tK.Daforth, id t. )an-
forth and Lamb will do ltate; i fis
sacth e winners will be sdeclared
cthsmpions, as tR. Danfortb and Lamb.
Cie present 'Varity chasipos, are n
longer a team.
The 'best tennis dsplayed yesterday
was ins the semi-final maeih betwan
Rlussel tast Riitley and H. 'Danfotsff
and Lamnb. 'The latter tel is won so
straight sets by the decisive score t-t.
(-2. The feaftures of the mtch were
the remaskabe and strong volleytng
f Danfortisnit the seady, brilliant
gamse of :Lamb. 'bh- oth-rimati-hsin
doubies was R. Danforths atd Ierik
vs. (tore and fee; thle olsi r teamsstoVni
with compaative ease. (ore nd Msc
smade smany peetty assesteut othe--
u-toe played in execrable for.
to first class singles Gore was va-s
quished by the persiset game of ft.
Danforth.'Te score was 0-,fu--1.
Ths ony match played in second lass
singles was one potoned frit Tus-
stay between (olborso std Jcsstt; Ja-
cotbsuon the deciding set by- the scre
ti-3. Gianler beat Osborn by default.
Tosoorrow- the seonsi round of ue
set-ondtclassotournaesnt will tbe isbtr-
esd. The final mtath in le first class
single tournaent Is schssdues for ri-
cay; the ctampionshlip rounsdi wilt e
contesiest Sattrday sorning.tie-
weather permittinsg.
Tise miatches schesdulesd for tmotsrrow-
aeas follows: Doubles, cisamption-
ship round at 3:5i p. in., tR. Danforth's
asnd Herrick vs. i. Danforths and
f-snob; second class singles, second'
sound, -Sudlowo vs. Denby, Jacobs vs.
Wilbur, and Jernegan vs. .fee at 10t
pm i.
Has a Good Name.
A new scientific club tis lately been
establised by a number of the 13ni-
versity torn and they lars given it
the interesting title, Otlolepisfesiad.
This was thle name by wicithue Usi-
versity was known in its eariet days.
Whlen te act to establish the Uni-
versity was framed in 1517 hiss Greek
word was adopted and it was keit
up until 1821, wen the change was
smade to University of Michigan.
The atholepistesiad club moeets
onice every three weeks and a papr
is read by the ]lost on ecrt occasion.
Tue first meeting uas held aatshot
'tints since at the hoots of Us-ot. tsral
tnsell. The -professor read a papr
on the, United States Geological So'--
Ivey string the evening. Among
thse uembers of the club are Acting
President 'Harry H-utchins, the tev.

Msrt-iis L. DOoge, Prof. B. A. tins-
sale. Prof. Andtrew- l atsglls, Dr.
(Geerge Dock ansd Dr. J. P.litctsttirih.
Mass Meeting Tonight.
A tits smenig oill its- islit iunse
lt-e aspoices of ts(tnesod tovrnimett
Cltsta'tonight at R selek int he Dlaw
lecture roomss. Thle otjetefsthlists site-
tssg is primartiily to arosesu ttttsiastni
iamonsg the sttidents of or Universit-
for thes-causeo of good gsvrnssent to
usr iftssatises-oosdatilyt expatintt
the workitngs objectsondanihsesof te
tonoi Gove--rnenftClusts astdt osere
sew -msemssers ort-it. Aetisg Ut-isiett
Irtttttltts tssdt Dean ttudsson ;sillai-
sress the smeeting.
The club is non-partisniandtis o e-
votedstotithe siseussotsof lpolitcsl
secal anid econossical qusionss. All
studets, 'bothsmen andi uwassest ar
urgedl to fis priset at ue isie-ing
tonight.
Philosophical Club Program.
Thrtouighithfis-untiring efforts of ProfA.
Wenley, the Philosophlical Scity ti-to
s'-urest soie of the most anot-dptuil-
sopitial thinkers oftfistscountr-y,- ind
osill Iresenta pfrogram-sts oc si)5 550e.
in its history. Te folsoing ae tlte
statists of those os-Io hae poiaasi.t to
oisit AnaitArboir: Pof.. tslutso-ll pro-
fessor of samoral pilosophy is Nr t-
weste-rn University.till letrtDe-
cembher- 7 usa "Philosophsy ath te Nes--
er Sos-iology;" Dix Cans, editor of the
Monist, of (liltago; Pin. Baldwirns,sf
Prinsceton; Prof. Gilsman, editor of tte
Neor Writ. of Botos; Pio. yl}r,
profes-sor ofitphilosopy of rligioss in
Cornell; soil Prof. Knight, irofesor
of moral philosophy in St. Adresvea,
Sc-otlands, sisy possily fit scre.
Alpha Nu Program.
Net tridlay evening te Alha Nu
literary socity twill presnt the folowtor-
tung programit.at7:0ttocok: Jusic.
suatet xeprnossecNr:an Sweat; detate, '"Resolved That
this Pitest Statessholdstasotte
tosalsasvings ank system,' affirma
tive, -Miss Nash, Mr.ttllisge; nega-
tire, -Miss Austin, Mr. Strogt extemt-
poraneous speech, Mar. Gauss; msics,
quartet. Vie arrangemsens smasde for
teIter-Society Debates xwiiitic.isade
psiblic at lhiss meeting and a larg i-
ferdance is desired.
Engineering Society.
-Mr. F. M1. Green uill address the
Enugineering Society tFriday evenisg ott
thse "Working. Draoings and Temp-
lets for the ti.Nan ArthSuwuay of
li-s ichigan ('stral tRailroadt over
thissGrandt Boulevarsi at Detrotf" ie
maeetng till the held in fRon10.ittu-
gineering Building. All enisners are
invited.
The Deroit members of the ros-
smasn class sitny the report liat te-y
are going to suppiot iHenry for frst-
titan presidtent.

Celebrated Women to Mot.
This msoring the ainnutal mesetiig of
the Associstion of Colegiate Alussnae.
tisgisoat Detriit its the 1ttseuni of
Art, suitdosill be- contlinsud intt tity
through 'Fridasy afternsoos. Saturdasy
uscoisig this-asociationstesitsntugs swill
he re-ssudintoAssnsAibor suit coi-
ftisuet hroutghout the day. Sco-ral
promsinenut. ioosen frooteis-itatses
soill attietulatushpartricipate i itsthiscels--
bs shutsof fle event. lTe-ussetigs in
Auto Ashieresicopen to this public, and
it ti shpe-thliatIa barge loesl gterig
trill bhuesttto mset te ditinguish-
edsvistos.
Choe fosllowing is lt-e cnustc- tso-
grain for Satfura~y:
Tappan i-all, 10 a.ist-Addsress of
aselcomse. Dr. Hary Burnso Hutshihu,
ailing prsident of this Universiy of
Mic-higssan a itsiean of te departmen-st
of law; asdress, Elia 1. Moser, M.
-. profes-or of 'hygiene of thus Ussiri-
oly of Michigan, anduwomeosisd ean
us ft-esdepartmsent of lierature, siissue
souldftse arts, report of the sisiitstig
cessiiuitteee, balloting for officers; lii
per, 'fTeProfblcum of Ociuatio-.i,"
Miss Ksate Histiasay iClaghorn Ph. .;
1 p. mu.-Lusoiheon owill e sevestis
te womsen's gymsnasissuss (ticket 50
cents).
Thie afts-rnoon uill be given to a i-
551sfion tenderesd this assoeationty
this Womsau'sfeague of lt- nivr-
ily anti an inspetion of this niver-
sty biuildinogs.4 p. it. mseeing of tbis
directors, prlace not yet sssigned.
Amsong thiss ssot distinguishetd of
this viitors till be Mrs. anec Ba--
coffthRobinison of Detroit.trite wts
at oust timue hrceptreso of Nres--
emn Univerity; and Mrs. Mlaria leoe
('rosy, of Chicago University. Tlise
twoel-shiknsown-womnc oill be tin-
seredt s receiption at thie'Aha Phis
Sorsority house Satursday senisg at 3
ocleck; attensdance toshby-iniasiton
only-
-Axilisrv commsitee In AnnsiAriaor
for the literary andu social functeions
arrsange-d for Saturday io as folloows:
Mrs. (G. W. Patterson. Mi1s. J. -.
Drsake,.'Mrs. 1.. .. Walker, Miss
M1asy Hinsdisle, Miss A. I . Lortli; sut-
communitee, Mss. Abers Kahn, Mrs.
Bernard Gtsbtrg; pusblicaton,iss
I. H. fHl, 'iss Myra 1. tot; trans-
portafito, Mrs. W. J. Bteef, iss F. w;.
Hudtson; dives and rides, ;Mrs. J. F.
ittancrson, Miss Blanche ferry; nta-
tions-Mftrs. H. A. Bisop, Mlis . S.
Watrner, Missf. L. 'Bsuinl; register
and 'badges. Miss Querterry; rece-
ten, Mss t. W. Last, iss A. B.
Mossifos-il;-bureau of infornation, Mliss
Queen Ferry. Miss L. B. Swift, Miss
Maud Walton.
Many Orators in the Field.
Thin aleting hanlRon-is24 lat night
in flue interests of oratory uas a great
success. Vie room oas crwtded with
prospetie Orators and grea enthus-
iasous wtssmnssifestei. rof. Tru,--
'loodstgao-c sslong list ofsubjects std
madseisa.sshort adtireson mstie formss and
'otructlurs- of orations amd dbtes.
Sitboribe for fle Daily.

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Thuseetstraotin a st lt-e 'is-er-tty
-has nsw ets tachiest 3,043i. Probably tthe
castaloguieosill have 3,300 daiies.

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