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November 23, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-23

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College vear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Os'rsciic Times building, 319 S Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MSANAGINGO EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, '05 L.
BUSINESS MIANAGER
0. H. HANS, '05 L.
EDITORS
H. B. SsInLAa', '58La., Athletics.
E. L.. ttNtscsn, '9isL. - - Monday
,BUTLFIn LAun, '00, - - Tuesday
G. D. lieNarec. '00, - Wednesday
Tr. R. WsOuuutw, '5, - - Thursday
A. CAurnEsa., '0(, - -- - riday
t. A. CAurll1,1'00, - - - Saturday
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a ocgular delvery
before noon each due. Notices, communica-
lions, and other matter inteeded for public-
lion must be handed in at ihe Daily office be-
fasoe 0 p. in., or wailed to the editor before 3i
p. in., of the day precious to that on which
they are espected to appear.
Subscriptions may be (fto at, The Daily
Office, Moyer's or Stoffet's Newtand, or
with Business Manager Suacribers will cue-
ter a favor by reporting promptly at this
office one failure of carriers is deiver paper.
'The Daily weil isscu' a specal yeowr
aiid blue six sarge editioii tiliscaw'
which will conaini imaiy special fea-
lures. It will be delivered to sub-
scribers and sold about tie city andi
(on the sptecial traiu. Watch for it!
tndications are that lie largst
crowd iu the Ihistory of tthe Cicgo-
MVicibgan gamlle still aoceoiipauy tile
105011m toumorrow. Pleuty of stupplort is
tbeiefore assured lie aieii from Mli-.
gan. Arranigements are beng perfect-
ced to receive a detailed report o1 tic
gaine at Aioii Arl or. 'lb-c Dily wiil
give full iiiuicueieiit of this matter
tomorrowy.
The piutblic lectures offered by the,
Phlilosophbical Society should be held
in 001111 largeri roomil thou 'i'atciai Hal.
A4t yesteiiiay's ietuire a laigie ncumisto
o~f pteople had (is le turnied away oii
icount of lick of coom. Thbc old
capel or evcin University Itoh.1 ccld
easily be s'ciir'c a1111 aily repetlitiono of
ysterday's tuplasanltness wroultd thus
be avoided.
Proc. Starniey's Lecture.
Last evening iu h ,,n olation chli 1
tProf, Stalney idelivered an address iu
thie Uity Club lecture ciourse eulitlteud
"'The Wagiierianu Fcestivalo at ay-
reuthi," t'rof. Stanley gave a 'ostc l-
tertalisiug lecturre, beiig wecli squalifieid
to spseak ou (lie subject lie had chosen,
both because of lis eiiineince asac
miusiciau aiid in. vi'cv of liie fact that
Ito had ciluessed tiii uiusieai ierfoecu-
aces iu question.
Prof. Stauley first galve a. description
of tbe festivals, deiiing at somiie
leugth upou their origin, developiie-nt
aud hiotorical evolution. He len cx-
piiied teir relative' vaitii aliong ' e
iuusicai eutertainients givenl iu the
Old Worid aud discussed (be impisrt-
oncse placed cipon itieui by foreign or-
(lots. Duriug the iecciure iuauy refer-
euces were made to (be trausceude'nt
genius of Waguer cvho, lie said, is
every day intcreasiug iu appirecilttioni
and Louor ainug (lie inodern schools
sit music.
Harvard aud the Uiversity of Caii-
foruia bare aaranged for an untercol- ,
iegiate chose match by telegraph, is
be played a iuoth hence.

Chess Ciub Prospects.
tmimediateiy foliocwing the Thonks-
giviug vacationa (le University (ilass
Club wili begiin cvhat icronlises to 'be
(be most prospecrous yt'ir of its (,xis-
_tene. Wile it is true 111111 officers
have aiready beenu electeud, it iva1s
neverthueless thought best to pstpllone
reguiar club meetings until (lie first
wceek in Deceiober. Itis v'ery probable
tbat the Chess Club cne'rhugo cvili
tiereaftecr be held in 001115'ruoiii of iew
S. C. A. headpuarters, bu.steaci ef iii1(ice
Slirarysof (lie engineering lb'uiliug, iut
(his 1islist yet definitsly idccidcd.
T The uaiilaitouruameot fo' tiie''VSar-
sily chltlilslip cciiltnt lie heldi 11ii-
til next 0.'crtmcy. Theuri' is at pres'en
yeati'llithrough. 'i'lii' Tay ('icy
('hests C'hit. lhwcver'. ,vi-, lifateci
last, spricic yidthel 5111soci(ty <1d
Inchl ililtisiaslil lispllytc' overccthcs
c'viiory-.,'scl uii' i ci,11 ' ict'sc'iii ,icc.'ii
ilcat c-ccctest cc-rc' Ii.(1 cit~its.),It.
Hccel scec Ccc ~urttios,'iloc. dir. ((cit-
f 1is at icresenlt cresiden'tl cf (thel('-o
aniii)ic'gccrslddas 10ic' hs)t l yl'. If
(d cssf inici'friioni, t(lic' lier-
sity rccgao'Iiua'ticciiccilioi tllc' cvi((
thei clic-ss exhorist s si ccc'othe1'11 os'
ccii clleg'. 'i'lis Last: 1plcucccotccer,
is aticpcecent:iin(11oc chsiaclt 1 s,1 tc.to
bccar' ioce'tlan siiniiies'icenticci.

Before Hvimg Your'
p Phoo' Taen INSPECT .. TE..W ORK
The 'erryman tudjo
(Successor to Gibson & Clark)
1112 West Huron Street, Ann Arbor,

-- 4,
ELASTIC RIBBED
+^UNION SUITS
Are coinplete untdergarmnents cc
the body like an additional ski
fetly ecistic, fhttiiig.,like a glove, b
and without prescure. Most con
to put oii or ott, being entered at It
cud diawin on luke trouoer's. Nol
dcown the front.
.,, $2.00, $3.5o and $4.50 Pe

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4
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covering
n. Per-.
but soft
veniont
the top
btuttonis
Ir Suit

'Slirsilty icractic' yesterday scas sr-
nret analtic'ccoik culs cdirecedc(y
F~erbi'rt, Dulfy, Itc'iiini' r. 1Mcillec icid
i'reund, iTocday thlacitlirdlitiec.il
fccre the Ciliccuo p111cc cciii biii'~
and cviii be bc'hindisdccoc-aote,,.
While ini Chicago SatcurcidaycMiiig- 'I
Hucghes clod fistf.,Stcagg igricdciuiioci
cifficials focr iicedi iicigaict'iiccig
'all11'. "furlf" Ailccrd, ict liar-a-c.
wil liet as cicipire, .ond ied ldlclc-'.
fcormerly' capt~ainccf (Ice lTcke':I Icict~s
i'lc'vcii,cciiclldffici't.10,'efereec.
On Tuecsdaad 1We'ineisdacy, Nocc.
213 a.nd 24.,((hc'AniniArbo tccr 1clrcocdlli
icnake' cco, cicnthol 1,'scnin-log i,.
X) acli's certificciti'ac rati'of 11111'dd
cue-tidfr o heliroundl c' li' trciipil to111 'cll
1)1i10(0inithliii' (s'nrai l'Passen,(s-cA bol
i'iatisll te'rritoryc cxcept tl~e ccc's*,c-cl
te'i'illiio f cie'Ic'csicrc (rc-c lia. neus.
IE. S. (IlAIdIostlEAgenii.
WANTED-30 lady boariiers at spec-
ial rates, Enquire at 215 S. State s1,
IF YOU WVANT THlE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
237, 230, 241 troodard Ave.. Detroit.
Designs and estimates furnsished on all worki
of this ind,
; CHAMOIS SKINS!'r
4 1
9 We have just received the9
9 the finest lot of chamois9
9 that we over had. Bhy buy-9
ing a large number we got9
them cheaper than we ever
bought poorer ones before.~
We have marked them to9
sell at retail as low as some9
wholesale dealers sell them9
by the dozen. If you need9
a chamois of any size for
any purpose it will pay
o9 o to see these. 5c to $I.'9
9CALKINS' - PHARMACY.

Keyb~ ~ord5liI ickensderfer.... ...
STypewriter Machines .,
- 1Equial ay oithe higls-priced maihines ia capaclip
2, R.. and qualitly sfwork, and excel them innennce.a
" .g Practieai, lw-pricedl, portabie, keybard macblocs.
Noeibben. No.?e-S wthScintifio.
aught1ic. u0.0ihl
Type inerchaeablei.
* ruasnsscetueocooo irelscmiinai-
.makt. Acklee d i le
plcithy o1fe'cans-e
00seasSolinaTwo Years. Mnsdcbiusbs
SF. FAIRBAIRN & CO-a GeeeralAdenla
93 Grswol t. Detrit, ich. Superior to any see hundred dolaar
53 iriwnl hL Ie~rhiMii.. Typewriter now oush
Le' Ai k, 4a. Fourth Ae, Loal Agent -.market... W
GEE WHIZ! IS HELL FULL? ....,,e..f
Henry Irving was playiug in "Faust" at a London theater anidc while
descending into the infernal regions, fsr some reassn or another the trap
in the stage failed to work, leaving half sf his person in fall view of the
audience. Sosmc fellow in the gallery hollocred out, "Gee whiz! Is hell
fulb?' It is a hard question for us at the pres-ent time to answer; bat (here
is one thiag that we are sure of, that SARG'S CORN PLASTERS will remove a
corii with less iinconvenience and with better r' suIts thais anything on the
market Get a sample at J. L. SKINNER'S or at your shoe dealer 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; 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.
CUTT'ING, REYER & CO.,

201 and 203 South Main Street.

Ann Arbor, fllch

UNIVERSITY SHOES
f'H"h eaviest Russia Calf, Colored Leather, French
$ M3"T 5 Enamel, Box Calf-Water Tight Construction,
Comfort(ably and nearly indestructible,.
WMAKf. J. APR ILL,
fig EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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