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November 13, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Coliege year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
OFFzce: Times building, 329 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Ste.
SIANAGINtS EDITOR
J. IF. THoMfAS, '0S L.
BUSINESS SMANAGER
0. 11. HANS. '0S L.
EDITORS
II,1. SnIsMAN, 'SO L., Athletics.
E. Lt. Geesio, '03 Lt. - - - Monday
BUTLER LAMB, 'S, - - - Tuesday
G. D. lUDNUTe. '03, - Wednesday
T. tt. Woooisow, '53, - - Thursday
A. CAMP'IELL '50, - - - - Fiday
i. A. Caurusit, 'O, - - - Saturday
The sbscription price sc the Daily is $2.10
for the csllege year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be-
foee S p.mi., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. in., of the day previous to that on which
they are expected to appear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stofiet's Newstand, or
with Business M31anacer. Suberibers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promoptly at this
office anov failure of carriers to deliver paper,
,Tis is thit'annual Dstroit footall
editioni of thie Datily. Two tiiotisaid
extra copi's W('i1'iprinltedlfor flee dis-
tributioni oin the traiisiss in at t11
galIn e.
Now Charges Framed,
It is ruinored thattailtanfswer 1toIll
chsarges mtde by Oberlin 13 respect to1
Mtichigain's altitude in the late golilo
has been framietd, lbllis now ofil tck
because of it new set of aicemsiiioii
from the preacnt'rs. No doub~t the3
new elharges will lo' thoroiighly col-
sidered blyItie "board of control sod on
early ainswer mode.
Other Groat Games Today.
Besoides te Aii".i1g.1i- Minnesota
goosle, the oils great gamie to be Played
3i5 tiel' ttv-ot~dayiys t131t) betA-en I'll-
sago andlti iscoilsii 1111('r0:les iIll

Compulsory Gym Work.
Yale tUiiversity h1111 istiltlt'd aliO
teatuire'in aithletics. Si orb in tie-
for tile'fresiiiilii 11a1s.
sii11111 for 01-terallyears 11111 is In 811-
1131111ionin near~ly aliitill'cllege's. The
Iloirse'is required so sO tl o' 1 .1i
)lllbaftiorotughi a11d1systliltic phiysi-
of 1tw1)litiurs a. 511'ei, It'e cls It'-
log helil at 7:l3() frolli Not. I1st tiiroogli
te firsthbfol th le siecondtlernl.
for 111the lill athl 'icteas still tii'iexcusi'd
uponlii presentinig a sI'It'ell stateel'n
10111thit'apainliliof the tln 111. Alsi,
As ini iny Ithlr requtlired i luirsca
salisficlortand111111110 11'1111t 11itnd
stuchi condliltin1(-anlilly be reliiosi'lIby
1t1e sainl I 10'l'5 as inithe 1111.
courses. Attenidanci' s relillrldi 1111
ai ermi for ail subtjec'ts.
Tfhe chosses tswil ll'e orge11111 still Ill
prlofll'iecy. for te heavy vt-Il-. Ti10
class tworbkItililconsist iiri ly of dtumib-
bite ll' oranid exert-iseo 11111 hoter healvy-
tNlik 11n21tle 5-ariouis gytiiionti(- a111a1-
to thii'hicvy gymnsislet od it is
hopeli dottgreat pilrtsiiiltiy still lbe
acqireild by the aldvanledl pupiils.
At the Athens Theatre Tonight.
The Evening Record, Pittsburg, of
November 2d, 1097, speaks of te new
Southern play, "At Piney Ridge," ats
follows: 11 'At Pi ney Ridge' is undoubt-
edly the best drama that has been
here this season. The themor of the
play is old, but tinder the skillful gold-
an~ce of an oble playwright the old
story Chas developed into a ployy011
be adiiirsed. The ply is ncv here
antd scored a decided liii

Before Havin~g 'Your TEPoosTkn ISE;..A.WR
The Berryman Studio
(Successor to Gibson & Clark)
112 West Huron Street, Ann Arbor.
WAHR'S F_____
300HSORE.
Students should ty us boforo
making any purchase. We are
bound to sastisfy and please. Oui
large stock of Law and Medcal
Books, in short, Text-Books forW hTSMWAU_:°
every department in the University,MtnSOW
iiew and second-hand enables us j
to sell at the lowest price. UO I'~I
Blank Books and U. of M. Sta-
toeyat low prices.AN
Make our stores your headquarters. The Washburn is the one and only
make of world-wide reputation, Sold
by first-class dealers everywhere from
'WAHR'S BOOKn STORE sss.oo upward, Imitated extensively,
Up Town Dawn Town sn be sore that the name "George
S. State St. Opposite CourtHouse Washburn" is burned upsn the iiiside.
Ann Arbor Main 9t. A beautifusl Washburn Book contain-
tog portraits and letters from the De
Reszkes, Calvet, Eames, Nordica, Scat-
THOSE NOBBYSUITS! clii aiid inoiliter famious artists aiid
teochers, mailted free spun request.
Address Dept. U,
LYON & HSESLY,
M ILWARD THE TAILOR, Csr. Wabash Ase. and Adams St., Chicago.
STATE STREET.
Stvdo~Dts' Lectv[oAssociatioo,.
FORTY -THIRD SEASON.
TIE. UNIVERSITY'S GREATEST COURSE.
DRi. FRIDTJOF- NANSEN-- - -- - NOV. I6
[IoN. ROBT. L. TAYLOR, Gov. of Tennessee---------e.3
LMIANI3 T. POwiiotb------------ -- -- --Jan. 22
BooxiiR T. WASHINGTON, Chicago Alumni Number-----Jan. 29,
SOUSA ANI) Ifits BAN)- -- - - -- e.25
ORATORICAL.CONTES-r- --- --- March 18
HION. BtURTON----------------------------April148
Season Tickets - - $2.00
Season Tickets Reserved, [Extra] .50
THIS COLD, DAMP, ATMOSPHERE IS AN tNDICATOR; INDICATING THAT
fOU SHOULD DRESS MORE COMFORTABLE. WE HAVE THE: NECESSARY
CLOTHING, BE IT UNDERCLOTHES, CLOTHES, OR OVERCLOTHES-WE HAVE THE
LARCEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTTING, REVER & CO.,

ly tdividetd in tflirtforecasts is tit'e Aet'ys pfttiel1115 111: 1111111g5
outcome of It'e g;ai e. '111' pratce-'s-l ~ lalt )1sit i'lte'l1
wvork ofthit'btt)wee1k for 'bothi tanill e placeiiohlt, lt nit t:elweel I]
leas beuenhandlsiIootfast,.aodtShit'n 1 o111s1eo fl frt ,X) ope
test is sure to Ib'etttose. 'bictgo,onorugtoWi. wil,1111 vma' mnsu:
In this east Yaole antd ttort-ortts'ltfundil.'Ihetrce' silt 111'0 et) 1g1.
for the first lime sititie 1894. Soldii.'i-$jIF YOU WVANT THE BEST]
Fiteld is to be the ssilt' Iofhillatle. --
Yale hs reported as lition ftetbest FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
teamshl ie has tu~rnied outu in ': tl BADGES OR PINS
yea'irs, an hillte Ilorstird coa ce s sayis Send to
mluchl of thie t'ambridgte teito .Yalt' is SMITH3, STURGEON & CO.,
favoied. os the winnter. '237, 2)0, 2'10loodard Avt'., Detroit.
Tti'sitis d estims urisedontll workl
All Arrangements Made. olthis kint.
Tehiaoliis.lrlofday said: "A.ll arroingeunts tot thise l ~ lPlA E
Tlianksgit-ing Day gtsiie it tielli111 HOTUICHOUCOLATES 9
Osumlbetwteen ttheUivrsityofh tti9
eagoandhitsluiersio- ll tn tghtOurs Is Good Becausey
ar's conmpleted. A digl'tsntitt t.hefiteldtI -W s h 9s hclt
was iiatde out yesterdloy iidlresetlld1 l-We e he es hooat L
ho thitsChicasgo hhaiioge oeint for its 1a- 2 -We heat it just enough tt
provtal. The fieltd will be left tusit- bin usteflvr
liellIly as it watstduring thll' lor te r
slcst', Tliel ilstli te a ptroniehihtsll'to'- y 3-We use Cream-not nilk~i
hween the boxes along lie tide liiies y or starch.
ali te ridro tI~pr flt' leti 4-We :add Whipped Cream y
woill be about tour feet 'belo thislietel last.
of -lbs floor in the boxies. The pro- 5 -We serve it HOT.
gramls, 5which 'harelau's ied asninlilit-9
ed amount of trosuble in pasth yeairs, 9 5C.9
will be handled bytyhue iiminagemoent99
itself this year. Mt-cery tiecket lbolder' CALKINlS' - PHARMACY,
will be given one tress of chiarge :atnd
they will not be for sale," 0 ' 1

201 _and 203 South Main Street.

= Ann Arbor, lich

WE BUY 'BCD BACK-------------------
Whenever you hue a pair of shoes here that do not fit, do nut wear as they
should or unsatisfactory in any particular bring them bach.
Is every case where a sbus falis short of our promise we make. It right
either by replacing it with a better one or by buying it bach.
WM.i. J. APRILL.,
119 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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