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November 11, 1897 - Image 2

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ylt aU . city matters was the sectesin ofa
part of the Phi Phi, and the subse-
quntformation of the Alpha Nu. 3e oa m g T u
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during have never to this day been quite free' INSPECT THE WORK
the College year, at from a remorseful suspicion that our ]Photos T .3 n..AT..
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN couroe toward the old sociey was not
Orrics: Times building, 320 S. Main St. e generous, nor perhaps quite just,
tween Liberty and William St. thiougih eventually no doubt both so- a B e r m n S u i
MANAGING EDITOR retches did better work separately thau h e r m n S u i
t.F eus i . hey could ever have cdone togeher. (Successor to Gibson & Clark
BUSINESS MANAGER "Thle first organization Of lhe Alpha
0. ii. HANs, 1151L. No was natrlly Somelwat rode 112 West Huron Street, Ann Arbor.
EDITORS anld aenitilitee swas soon appointed_________________________________________________
lIt B. Salsnuas,'55 L., Athletics.
E. 1. Omion, '9 L.. - Monday is prepare a nesw const iution, of p
BurIIEsLAn,'5, - - -Tuesday which Wliii. Foitli, . I.Coliiis, J27. 9.s ml1IT11IM I~~
G. D. ituxUre. 't5,. - Wednesday ihitlimooeandmyelf were iielbrs
T. R. Woonsow, 5, - - Thursday litieel[iis wre held, but1 CoinsiBUR
A CAurel., '05I, -- - Fridayha ha figel n lswrad
I. A. CAMPnBELL, '0, - - - Saturday ha-ayeggnel lueee 1(
c~as often ablseiit. At eilgi Ii Wish)
wlcore brug~ht in taireportr'ciing illa
The subscription price of the Daily is $215 deltiqutences withi grave illillor, alIdW A
cr the college year, with a egular delivery e iswing w ih aImoion that5 lie be x-
before noun eah da y. Notices, comounica-
ions, and other matier intended cr uesic- Idldfosleciiiile i a
ion mot be hauded inat the Daily office be- k[raiped aheariiig, and tiie'lmaltter was THE
cures 8p. m., or mailed to the editor befoe 3 11
i., oc the day previous to that on which ,1lissesl ts drop. whvhe, fil N fiiiias all PNIsYAseR[
hey are expected tu aepear. V Osensn5
Subsriptions may be left t The Daily o11t Of it. It ssi- lerhats 00 dvaniag' BLICKENSDERFER M A D L N
Office, Meerso StoiC tx Newstand, or oEtstA N D OLnINSeteesosw
with Business Manager. Subcrlers wll wlcon- 1 1 lli ivlg1nr"ei-sis s
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this had sily slit ii follies Gidi{sires as ws TYPEWRITER yjA S n] Y
office any failure of carriers to deiver paper. had geniuis Itoriginate, aciquiring none ,
'There wiii be a "cheering section'itbsy inheriane. Janhy ternms aiid us- The Washburn is the one and only
the Yal-l'rine ton ganie. Why can- ages, whiichi to the [nodrn studen;t IS THE EST make of world-wide reptation. Sold
by first-class dealers everywhere from
not-? se outes finonoia i.nn upward. Imitated extensively,
_________ ity were quite mnkissvi inl oue day. WATCH FOR THEIR "AD' so be sre that the name 'George
While the necessity for tue action "These esents of a "half century ago,Abeil Washburn Bookrnd on tain-e
taken by the football comumittee is to though exciting enoughs at the timie, Auinguportashnd letersfotheiD-
ha regretted there can e 1no fault 5C1u 11bt eoiilnonislicee30 111001012 Rezkes, Calv, Eames, Nordica, Sc-
found with the decision. 'Ninety-nine nosw recalls then.", tchersn alotedfreeouponareust. n
played in flagrant and wsilful viola- "At Piney Iidge" at tue Athens Address Dept. U,
tion of the rules and deserved, there- Theater Snturday night. LYON A HELY,
fore, to lose the gamue. Football play- Chtorefototal e. Wabh Ave. nd Adas St., Chicg.
ed by committees may not have th gameysantheurdayree dvrotseenlo
niost healthful influence iniuginablon game lastrage. Sea rieeto
the sport, but in such a case as this, last ___________age._____
no alternative existed, and ihe coin- INF OUI WANT THE BEST
titeewsfretodcdasisl. FRATERNITY STATIONERY, St dets' L octvf Associatioo1
Letter from an Old Timer. BADGES OR PINSFO T -TH R SE ON
'The men who graduated tiom thie SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,___________
'University in its first days are gettlng 217,72131, 2i1h liodard Ave, Detrit.
iw-ite "and" fes. hEdmund IFish, who iesinsandestimatesgfurnsd ooall work
lives at Hilisboro, li., received his di- of ti id THE UNIVERSITY'S GREATEST COURSE.
ponsa in 18415, and thuslie wlles of
incidenis that occurredl whcn the Uni- Athens Theatre DR, F22JDTJOF NANSEN------------------------------------ Nov. 16
versity of Michigan was in its in ________ HON. RonT, L. TAYLOR, Gov. of Tennessee------------ Dec. 3
fancy:, One Night Only
"Ayconcto'Wth hU1Uvest3-E ks LELAND T. POWES------ti--------------------------Jan. 22
'began in January, 184i3, in the scond" BOOKER T. WASHIINGTON, Chicago Alumni Number_---_-- - Jan. 29
term of the ophomnore yeari Mtll RDY SUnyN i AD --- -- --- -----e.2
will renieuber thle exceptional vieor ChFaAristADHsyAD---------------------e.2
of that witer; thie colut whieh IU II NOVEMBER ORATORICAL CONTEST ------------------------March 19
adorned the western evening sky fori HON. BURTON ----------------------------April 15
nmany weeks; the end of the world con It.fdn
fdnly promise by Father Miller and 12SaoLikt 20
the Do Bouville lectures onl "'deonie
linm" with iltstrations tlhereof i the AH[Extra]advileEtetan
Ann Arbor court house. Amihla Prfssiavllean mtern- Season Tickets Reserved, [xr] .50
"The faclty on actual duty then in- Talent.
eluded only Profs. Williamo and Whit -________________
ing, supplemented by an unpopular 1 1 11-1 1
tutor, understood to he daily vexed by
the scandalou3, behavior ofte frah- y ChoColates FR
"There was then but one literar9y ' 8o .
vving meelembeofa rm no db a vivid9j LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY,
ly parliamentairy debate about a fine shall have Allegretti's 201 and 203 Sooth Min Street. - - Ann Arbor, fich
imposed on M. H. Goodrich, who stillj Chocolates in 2, 3 and5
resides In Ann Arbor, for applying the l.pcages. We also
epithet 'hogs' 'to his fellow members.. b.pc
"Mtany would gladly have retired from. have Lowney's in all sizes-, _______________________________
the scene of strife and confusion, but the same as before.
Hunt, who was marshal, fsresaw the "AWE BUY 'EIM BACK----------oiiR t~
tendency, and locking the door allow- 6o ents a, Pound.; YWheneer you hy a pair of shes bierthat de nt fit, d nt wear au they
ed none to escape. In the end, by voeo' should or unatsfactory in any partcular bring them bach.
2 In ssry case whee a shoe faln hrt of our pronuie we mae 1t right
of the society, Goodrich'safine, like thu either by replacing it with a bettr one rby buyng It bach.
"Another ,m vrta -invttelett IA'so t fl$ AST WA-S"ITONSTRSET.

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