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October 29, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-29

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) dring
the ollege year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
olrr Times building, 32 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William St.
MANAGING EDITOR
J, F. TnomAs, '05 L.
B3USINES3S MANAGER
0. 11. H1AN, 't0 L..
EDITOnRS
TI, B. SaIassAw, '9S L, Athletics.
E. L. GetsYIelt, '93 L. - - Mdnday
BUTLERS LAM, '00, - - - Tuesday
G. D. llurer, '00, - - Wednesday
'r. it. Wssnna0w, '918, - - Thursday
A. Faret Ol -I riday
1. A. Csurnnt','00, - - - Saturday
The subsc'ription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before 0000 each day. Notices, communica-
lions, and other matter intended tr publica-
tion moot be handed in at the Daily office be-
p in., of the day previous to that on which
they are espected to appear.
Subscriptions may be, left at The Daily
Office, Meyers or Stollet's Nlewstand, or
with Business Manager. Subrbers will ca-
fer a favor by reporting prompgtly at this
office anv failure of carriers to d liver paper.
OSil c(0115ililllill( lacionl Of slitch
ine fraternitie's src gulty is this ta'oid-
anc of tlic anneat5 oastmlaster squta',
ble. 13ly coiilbinii'g on iiie 111111, 11111n
dlllicilly will bc ivoidedl. I beilfl
eif 1110 Cuiiscily thec 'Daily' -Xilds
Thei Dasily is lWOSl't to s'e its sg-
g.'slion that lie iisit!!ig alumiii bse
lirotight togrilico 1a1 Iltgeils' lFild S1,1-
urii~ oll lft'OilOi ictodt upoin so quit-k-
ly. ''he Aliiini Asooitiol wsill fint
tself sw-ol ccpoid foc is tiiio alit
Aliybody3 whlo soll 101ke the troule
to wis'tsO.. the prctiee 111y aflcr'o')t
will oee t iiarkcid imipr'ovementl in ilhs
tam work of t'e 'Varsity. 'Thi tien-
-iil effects of ilt presence of those(
who hove boon thicre are b.-gnnillg to
mnake lrclooclocs fol. No bttec
roaclilig than 111a1 gitven by the0 gris_-
11a1e5 couldt bc obtainetd.
Ready for Tomorrow's Game.
I'llriilioa co, ,d 011 last years '9 arstly
010e011, joined theli coachitng squaid yes-
101090y 111( paidt lplricalltr latteitllOi
to tilt enid positionsO. iF100iit'l rello',
i11 good c-oitiion 010. will ti ine0
s1hap) foi' thie lninili goinb. Bairdt
again coachedo tile tbacks snd i is no-
ticealble thoot tie illlerefetit1c t is" bto
and gots started quicker.
All 'but ('illt3' ssho is still laid 'l.
'aere oilt for ptratciete, alltlgh tHalli-
11a0 totok 110 part in the scrimma1tgs.
Ilodgilal lagilill layecd the full-back
p)oitionl on thre 'Varsity sod 19t tip a
good gamne and kickod 0 neat fild
wool from 111 0 d-yard line. Thne 'Vir-
oily by harild work waO 01n01l1 10 make1(
two touchowso u 00h)1 scrubs, ss'hile
the latter m1111 onel tochdown. ''hie
'Varsity's work ini lie whole wsa bo-
tcr thlan that of 0110 night beore.
Tile offiials 0110000 for the Punrdue
willme are Smthl, Prinoeton, ')1S, at
pr'sent coaching the tUniversiy of 111-
1n01s, antd Williamso, Yale, '56.
'The Detroit alumni whlo are comling
to Satturday's gameo will arrive at 1:30
o'clock Saturday uill be lilet by a 00113
mittee and the Ut, of '3l. banld aud es-
sorted to headquarter's at Unisersiy
Mtall.
"The Prodigal Father" at the .Athens
-Theater 'Saturday night.

Oberlin's False Charges.
(Continued from First Page,)
htlrd, Ibut it was it acordanceO with
football1-1110s.
'ito officials u-cot-albfair 05s0113' that
everc slbi 1(1 Oh11101y 'hld. Not's
1t11e(11at Iotthe o ~esitoss Itat Oberliln
Slichigail. 1One if theOberlitn subtti-
tulttesssiwhto1'laed alrt of tiio seconld
ltailf 11nd1 slioso 11an10eosill bit'Oiven if
the Riewicso)diesires, said tote
1001(1'l f was ti- iilway' 11010 Itoiilt-
so hitittpon (ito-lin'sl20 yarddlitke 1111
ats ItlongliI(Meirliin osas ''iollitlg" so .-
lii cltis111 ofiill 11 acini';tofsiy
IT'ir O'i ir '. osfon l.-Icn10011eferedi
t}in tlti "fii' cnise o l
Oblin'.tudents.ltO if 1111' 5th'01'1l-
i'lilliiioiloliili lollod sill.-iiidtopsno-
qntl'I"tluk te.Iai" aleIlII'sil
0'I1he1' 0110 of alii' o~riily vfol'iz.
is oyfond -ihir iiigtpk'ritlllirat
Iiltlty o '1a11o°1111 ndO~ttlio li (5l1
theiriicoach leadlled t giled',1101 011live
chatol. 'du 01n'111cal1p 111 1 tlti-has
tiallill W'I Il 5111ilt,5fo'r nas lit if
le lillll ~s eotesw3100afor Ill '.it
hsAtorDAisiA' fIthANeII'ster
quently cStatllcdlme('e'oiillgs (1:1
o-Godly 191 01erof gfolto0er10ndtlti
n ,is'tey with l ll . 0 o ck e. 9a di oo.i
satenoiut iof k. oda o('10r Ie-
1.Tey fo11111wiforng'1tak'ers florthir
13'n 'd'llrd lso i' hatlillg. ll to llOwt-
laygsa o-. t's-lo-o snooks $han3. in-
(iioillg.r'he resucltyws. 22_\ihi;;l
o1'lc. oo-rday 001110g. .13 soe-c
lifte'r001114 1100ok lo. Allss forI-011-
idgflio; nd lfiorel. ne1ecfli
covoueennl ene ts14 . piery ouat.

(DINTER aSHOES!T
-OF-
- Every Description!
07)LSHOS
SEE OOJR WtNDOW?0
x BEPAL'S SHIOE STORE,
10') W'MinoStreet. Opposite
else Court Itouse.
TJwof7 l

ALSO A INEWX'LINE 01
Col%,ored Sit

Stripes, Checks a11)1P1aids. In our South Window.
$1.OO ANID $1.50.
Students Lectu[e Associatioo1
Single admlissions wil be sold for eachl entertainnment as follows:

Nansen's Lecture-
Sousa, and His Band_
Gov. Robert L. Taylor..
Six. Other Numbers -------

$1.00 Reserved Seat_
1 100 Reserved Seat_
- .75 Reserved Seat-
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$1.50
- 150
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SAVE YOUR MONEY
BY SECURING A SEASON TICKET.
Season Tickets, - - - $2.00
Season Tickets Reserved, [Extra] .50

I -

ST. THOMAS
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
"CONDUCTED BY THlE
SIS'TE1RS
OF THlE
M1ONROE =CONVENT
Piano Forte, Vocal Culture,
Mandolin, Guitar, Violin,
Banjo, Harmony, Counter-
point and General Musical
Theory. Study of Harp,
Miss EAlen Olaken
ADDRESS.
ST. TOMAS CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
ELIZABETH STREET.

Dress :-: You r :-: Neck
Just as becomingly as you do the rest of your body-wear a tie that
feels right and looks right. We're going to help you
out on this Tie question.
See Our Window. THREE FOR. ONE DOLLAR.
Cutting ee o
201. sod 203 South Main Street. - - Ann Arbor, lilch.
If Better Lasts, or Shapelier lasts, or Easier Styles
can he had we have them--Econimies everywhere except in quality
-that keeps going up, tip, up. Our $5.00, and $6.00 shoes are far and
away the hest money's worth we ever offered in those grades.
WMJ.J.AR L.
f19 EAST WASHINGTON STREET..

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