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November 19, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-19

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THE UNIVERSITY O

r( f that is the reson, dear Review, why
.'your twaddle has not been passed over
in the contemptuous silene it de-
Published Daly (Sundays excepted) during Serv'
the College ear, at Mifchigano Board of Control had
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. (Therlin's charges answered and ready
OrrIc: Times building, 329 S. Main St. be- for publicationl when a fresh batch of
tween Liberty and William Sts. twenty-seven type-written pages ar-
MANAGING EDITOR rived. Justans soon as the board can
J. F. THOMAS, '00 L. wade through this batch, unless Ober-
BUSINESS MANAGER - lin again feels the need of bolstering
O. H. HANs,00 L. 11, its cause, tie Daily mi print 4111
EDITORS kinds of statements from oficials nd
H. B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics. Oberlin coaches. Until then, iteview.
E. L. GEIsuEn, '93 L. - - - Monday
BUTLS LABe '0, - - - Tesdayiesqiescat i pace!
G. D. Htoanx. '0, - Wedneda
r. R. Woonsow, '98, - - Thursday AN EMINENT TRAGEDIAN.
A. CAMPBELL, '99, - - - - Friday
. A. CAMroELL, '00, - - - Saturday (Continued from first page).
department of elocution at the college
in question. In most of these institu-
tions oratory is taught only as mere
The eubscription price oc the Daily is 51.50
for the college ion y with aregulari delivery form; all s sound and there is no sub-
efore noon each day. Notices, communio- sac rtogtIci ru 'i
tions, and othermatter intended for publica s iaicay
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be- state that such is not the case at
fore 6 p. m., or mailed to the editor before 3
p in., of the day previous to that on which Michigan. When good instruction in
riev are expected to appear.
Subocriptiono may be left at The Daily elocution is offered, nothing should de-
OiMe, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or ter an ambitious student from tasting
with Business Manager. Subcribers will con-.
ter a favor by reporting promptly at this its-advantages.
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper. "The histrionic professon regards
The lecture given under the auspices college theatrical organizations with a
of the Oratorical "Association by the very kindly eye. It recognizes that in
eminent tragedian, Frededck Warde, this way a very charming time may be
yesterday afternoon was one of the spent, and that much benefit may also
nmost pleasing of the year. The thanks be derived from it. A goodly number
of those who wvere presoit are sie the of dramatic stars have learned their
of hos wh wee pesalt re ue hefist it-sm sin acting while members
association for its enterprise in secur- o is un g dnic sety.
dug the grat exponent of Shakespea. reeam ClyCemt d adated
I recall Clay Clement, who graduated
from the University of Illinois. Many
In its last issue that Sunday schad others migt bemetod.1a d-
weekly, the Oberlin Review, again is-
plays the soreness of the institution it ciddly of the opinion that the young
nian who contemplates following the
represents. Exceptions are taken this footsteps of Thespis should first take
time to the statement of facts publish- a literary course in a large university.
ed recently in the Daily concerning th only in this ay cai his wits he si-
comparative scores of Michigan and Ocetly sharpened"
Oberlin against Purdue and the ruf. In closing the iterviewAr. Xarde
fianly treatment of th Western Re- ncongtemriwM.Wrd
seanlyetment oeln Wsten ek expressed himself as regretful of ever
serve players at Oberlin two weeks having left thetuy of the law to e-
ago. The Review fails to notice the ter the dramatid rofelaw'to "Ii
daitdprofession. "I001
facts given by the Daily and confines now an itinemnt," he said. "My life
its answer to the charge of mud-sling-
lug. makes large demands upon my mini
in. . and body. If I had becoie a lawyer,
Continuing, this heavy editorial says: I would now have 'a local habitation
"It is surprising that the Daily should mid a name.'
stop, after scoffing at Oberlin's claim
in the O. S. U. game, to rie same ar- Advance sale for "The Prisoner of
gument with reference to Purdue, in Zenda" opened this lorning at Wahr's
order to justify iMchigan's supremacy bookstore on Main street and at Hang-
over Oberlin." sterfer's on State street.
Stoop is good, in view of the fact
that we merely adopted the Review's IF YOU WANT THE BEST
weapons. No arguments are necessary FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
to justify 'Michigan's supremacy over
Oberlin, the score, 16 to 6,does that BADGES OR PINS
very~n~ely.Send to
very nicely. S IH STURGEON & Co.,
The following paragraph is delight- S T1,14TURdE..-&etO.,
237, 239, M4 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
ful in its naively Desigsand estimatesgfurnished on all work
"If Michigan defeated Oberlin fairly, of this kind-
vhy soek to justify- the lim. If thiere
as n ag 'but 'gentle manly anf ai
playing'; if the oicials were so de-
hi~htfully 'honest and impartial; if the
tratet fObrins"subs" and via. ( HMOSSKN
itors was ever in accord with common 9 We have just received the ,
decency, why has not the Daily taken 9 the finest lot of chamois 9
up Coach Thompso's statement in the that we ever had. By buy-
'Plin Dealer of October 4, and the ig a large number we got'
statements made in the Review, and them cheaper than we ever
refuted them? Why not publish a bought poorer ones before.
statem nt from Referee Knight? Of We have marked them to
course the Review would not deign to sell at.etail as low as some
diret the hlecy Of so great a paper as wholesale dealers sell them
the U. of M. Daily, but mmoi d- ' by the dozen. If you need
eny demands somethings." a chamois of any size for '
Michigan does mat need to justify her any purpose it will pay
claim to having beaten Oberlin fairly, you to see these. 8c to $.
that feet is selfevident, bnt it is not
go icy to let even suc absurd, CAL.INS' - PUADUAPV
xagger ted and flee eans0er-. I1IgJl1PHRMA
Aln asgade remain unanswerd.-

F MICHIGAN DAILY.
(DINTER SHOES!T
-OF-
SEvery Description.
A LARGE LINE OF
SEE OUR WINDOW?
BEALS SHOE STORE
109 N. Main Street; Opposite
- '''the Court House.
--
ELASTIC RIBBED
UNION SUITS
Are complete undergarments coyering
the body like an -additional skin. Per-
fectly elastic, fitting like a glove, but soft
and without pressure. Most convenient
to put on or off, being entered at the top
and drawn on like trousers. No buttons
down the front.
$2.00, $3-50 and $450 Per 'Suit

A NOISY NOISE ANNOYS AN OYSTER. -....r
But Sarg's Corn Plasters nox the corn of-SOMETHING NEW-get
a free sample at J. L. SKINNER's, 306 South State Street; or at your
shoe dealers, and try it for yourself. 1 dozen plasters 25c.
PARISIAN REMEDY COMPANY,
208 Randolph Street, Chicago, Ill. Sole Selling Agents.

THIS COLD, DAMP, ATMOSPHERE IS AN INDICATOR;-
YOU SHOULD DRESS MORE COMFORTABLE. WE HAVE
CLOTHING, BE IT UNDERCLOTHES, CLOTHES, OR OVERCLOT
LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTTING, REYER &
207and 203 South Main Street. -

INDICATING THAT
E THE: NECESSARY
'HES-WE HAVE THE
CO.
Asn Arbor, flih

"The Man Who is Born Rich
. Is luckvyright from the start," and the man who is fortunate enough to owna
pair of Aprill's famous fitting shoes has a "sound footing" that no ill luck can
ever shake from him.

W(.. J. APRJILL,
fi9 EAST WASHINGTO)

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