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November 12, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-12

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

, 1899. But on the night of Novei N T 1 R
until about 1900, showers of more ar
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during less brilliancy may be seen. The
the College year, at stream will appear to come from the '
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. direction of the constelation Leo, ai
O'Ficoy: Times building, 329 S. Main St. be- will not only attract atientioi i o -
tween Liberty and William St. count of their number, but the lmeteors
MANAGIN G EDITOR will be remarkable for the ippeaierir-r o
that attend and follow their rush
BUSINESS MANAGER through the air. There will be long
0..L ANS, 'ItL..
-- phosphorescent streikes or wakes be-
EDITORS hind them while the meteors them-
H. B. sK LLMAN, '98 L., Athletics. d e t
E. L. GEIsMEs, "i3 L. - - - Monday selves will hr red rrr rrng rolor with
BUTLER LAMB,'0, - - - Tuesday tail of greenish hue. l'hrey will bef
G. D. H NUTT.' 00, - - Wednesoay visibe for several iinutes after the
T. R. WooLOow,' '- - - ThusdayFr d bodies have disappeared or have ex-
A P BnULL's - - - Fi ta-hy r iibets sta iri ;N W F R
I. A. CArE,' 00, - - - Saturday ploded. It may be said that the reason NEW FURN
that they are visible to us is that their
velocity in coming into the path of tht 4f Atu are
rwonldis shout twenty-six milesIf you ar
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50 wtIenly-srx runes a sit- kind you're
for the college year, with a regular delivery oud, and since the earth passes A
before noon each day. Notices, communica- of Onomy
lions, and other matter intended for publica- through the group in almost the exacttmteaoftecofxom
fose isp. m., or mailed to the editor bfore- 3opposite direction, the velocity with
p. m., of the day previous to that on which which they enter the air is about forty-
they are expected to appear. ( A
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily four miles a second. This speed is
Office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, orA
with Business Ilanager. Subcribers will con- enough to set Ore to tie Iodies, rnd
fee a favor by reporting promptly at this long before they reach the earth they
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper.
explode or are burned up. Now and 4, Colored Shirts !
With her usual unqualified egotism then a stray fragment nay strike the 4 Newest designs, latest crea- t
and impudence Wisconsin is already earth, but from these exceptionally tions. f
claiming the championship of the few wanderers, no danger whatever is
West. to be feared. Striking effects in
Prof. Hall suggests that it will be Four-in-Hand, tri
Speaking of the Chicago-Wisconsin valuable to anyone so disposed to try
game of tomorrow, the Wisconsin to count the meteors and to try to is- 4®Full line of underwear, including t
Cardinal says: "This game will de- cate the position of the radius with 4bination S
tide the championship of the West." respect to some bright star in the
Not necessarily. Michigan is still in constellation. If an especial bright
the race. IGranting that Wisconsin ore is seen, locate its path with re-
wins, Michigan is not out of it unless spect to the direction from which it
she loses to both Minnesota and Chi- comes and goes, and also the time of
cago; if Michigan wins both contests appearance and disappearance. At the

SH OES!
-OF--
Every Description
A LARGE LINE OF
SEE OUR WINDOW?
BEAL'SSHOE STORE,
109 N. Main Street. Opposite
the Court House.
man of taste we have the
looking for. If you're a man
we've got 'em
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ull pique, or out-seams.
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ngs and Bows.
he Oneita and Lansing Com- 4
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she will be on an equal footing with
Wisconsin. On the other hand suppos-
ing Chicago wins against Wisconsin,
Michigan may win both against Min-
nesota and Chicago and she will then
unquestionably be champion. Wiscon-
sin's record up to date amounts to ab-
solutely nothing; she has defeated Min-
nesota, a team whose standing is as
yet an unknown quantity. Beyond
this one victory her football playiag
has been done largely in red editions
of the Cardinal. The oratorical pill
given Wisconsin by Michigan last
April seems to have soured the Badg-
ers on Michigan forever and a day.
Meteors in 1899.
Prof. Louis P. Hail, of the depart-
ment of astronomy, gave the Daily
some interesting facts the other even-
ing regarding the coming bombard-
ment of celestial bodies. As a pyro-
technical demonstration it will be riv-
aled only by the similar displays that
occurred in 1833 and 1861. While the
event is of no great importance scien-
tifically, the weird show will create a
great deal of interest throughout the
world.
Regarding the history of this great
sream of meteors, and the theory ad-
vanced in its explanation, Prof. Hall
said that it first appeared in 1833, and
that the theory advanced by astron-
omers is that a large comet burst into
incalcuable billions of individuals
which continued to follow the comets
around the sun. Once in thirty
three years this vast stream-a stream
so long that it takes from three to five
years to pass a given point, and so
broad that the earth is from six to
eight hours sweeping across it-meets
the earth's orbit. The second great
shower was seen in 1866 and the next
heavy shower is predicted for Novem-

least the sight of a phenomenon of
this stamp will well repay a loss of a
few hours sleep.
OtItO CENTRAL LINES.
The leading passenger line betw'en
Toledo and Columbus. Parlor cars on
day trains. Wagner sleeping cars on
night trains. 38
Salesmen Wanted-Free outfit. ne
agent earned $22,000 in five years, sev-
eral earn $1,000 yearly. Specialty,
Hines, Mills, etc. "Factory" P. 0.
13'1, New York. 40
Chrysanthemums free for football
game Saturday. See advertisement on
last page.
tF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave., Detroit.
Oesigns and estimates furnished on alt work
of this kind,
Chocolates FOn
f4
Presents.
t The last of this week we 4
t shall have Allegretti's4
Choctelates in 2, 3 and 5
lb. packages. We also
t have Lowney's in all sizes
the same as before.
6o Cents a Pound.
CALKINS' - PHARMACY, 4

.
Stgv dmsos WLvtrl ssoia ec tmtioo :
Single admissions will he sold for each entertainment as follows:

Nansen's Lecture---.---$1.00 Reserved Seat----
Sousa, and His Band.- 1.00 Reserved Seat....
Oratorical Oonttst............................
Six Other Numbers.--------.50 Reserved Seat--....

-$1.50
- 1.50
- .25
- .75

SAVE YOUR MONEY
BY SECURING A SEASON TICKET.
Season Tickets - - - $2,00
Season Tickets Reserved, [Extra] .50
THIS COLD, DAMP, ATMOSPHERE IS AN INDICATOR; INDICATING THAT
YOU SHOULD DRESS MORE COMFORTABLE. WE HAVE THE NECESSARY
CLOTHING, BE IT UNDERCLOTHES, CLOTHES, OR OVERCLOTHES-WE HAVE THE
LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTTING, REYER & CO.,

2OLand 203 South Main Street.

Ann Arbor, ich

WE BUY 'BfD BACK -.................
Whenever you buy a pair of shoes here that do not fit, do not wear as they
should or unsatisfactory in any particular bringthem back.
In every case where a shoe falls short of our pro.,ise we .make it right
either by replacing it with a better one or by buying it back.
Wf H. J. APRSILL,
119 EAST WAShINGTON STREET.

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