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October 04, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
nsroil: Times building, 329 S, Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
SIANAGINO EDITOR
J. F. ToMAs, 97.
ATHLETIC EDITOR
,H. B. SKILLMAN, ' L..
BUSINESSMANAGER_
0. H. HANS,'98
EDITORS
E. L IsMER,'98L. BUTm LAMB, '.
F. S. SasoN, '5. 1. A. CAMPBELL, 'tO
F. A. Fount. '9 E. A. AssrnLL,'9,
.D. IHUNUTT, '00. T. R. WOODROW, '98
G. D. JENNINs, '99 M.
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
beore non each day. Notices, communica-
on, and othermatter intended for publica-
tion oust be anded in at the Daily nofce be-
fore 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. ma., of te day previous to that on which
hvarexetdt'ESubscripions may e left at The Daily
Office, eyer's or Stoi's Newstand or
with Business Manager. Suberibers will con-
fe a favor by reporting promptly at thbs
office any ailure of carrier to deliver paper.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
S. 0. Jeffers, who received his mas-
ter's degree last July, will continue
bis college studies, entering upon work
leading to the doctor's degree.
Prof. E. L. Miller, of the Englewood
High School, visited Ann Arbor Satur-
day. Mr. Miller has lately edited
Pope's "Essay on Man" for the Long-
mnan Classics.
The change in time of Dr. Mosher's
lectures on hygiene as anoonoced in
Saturday's Daily cannot be made, and
they will be given as heretofore on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at
11 a. m.
Dr. T. C. Smith, who takes up Mr.
Dow's work in the history department,
took his Ph. D. at Harvard last year.
In recognition of his excellent work
be -was given a travelling fellowship
and has spent the last year travelling
and studying in Europe.
For eighteen years the S. C. A. Bul-
letin has appeared as a monthly. Be-
ginning Saturday, Oct. 2, it began its
career as a weekly. It is believed
that by this transformation the doings
of the S. C. A. can be more easily
brought home to each one of its mem-
bers. From now on the Bulletin will
be delivered by mail.
McKenzie, Psi Upsilon, '96, is now
teaching at the Austin High School.
(Last spring he coached their baebail
team, which sustained his reputation
by winning the Cook County High
School Championship. This fall he is
devoting his attention to the football
men, and has fair prospects of seeing
his youngsters victorious.
Sunday monling, Oct. 3, at New-
berry Hall, the New Year's Rally of
the Students' Christian Association
was held. The hall was more than
comfortably filled and prospects for a
successful year are exceedingly good.
President Hutchins will deliver the
opening address Sunday, Oct. 10, at 3
p. m. Every freshman is especially
mrged to be present.
U. B. Jefferson, Klaw & Erlanger's
wonderful production, "Palmer {lox's
Brownies," the great attraction which
'aes been awaited with such interest,
-will be seen at the Athens Theater on
omotrrow evening.
Free delvey today.-

THE NEW LIGHTING PLANT.
(Continued from first page).
chapel, the corridors of University
Hall, the museum lecture room, and
the lecture room in the physi<al labor-
atory.
The library will be lighted with 115
lamps on the desks of the reading
room, two are lights and 160 lamps in
the book room. The number of lights
to be used in all the buildings has not
yet been accurately determined,-but
to date some 4,000 lamps and fixtures
have been purchased.
The campus will be lighted with are
lights fixed on single iron and wood
posts similar to those in use in the
city of Detroit. For this purpose two
tons of castings for the lamp posts
have been ordered and will, wtihi a
short time, be put in place.
In the construction of this system
no pains have been spared but every
piece of work done and every article
used is of the highest order. Some-
thing of an idea of the immensity of
the task of wiring may be gained when
it is known that 140,000 feet of Nos.
14 and 15 rubber covered wire and
five tons of heavy insulated cable have
been purchased. With the exception
of the carpenter and mason work,
everything has been done by students.
The largest number working at any
one time was 45, and the wages paid
varied from $1.50 to $2.25 per day.
The hospitals will continue to be
lighted by the city until the boiler,
engine and dynamo are in place in the
new room now building at the north
end of the hospital. Two cables
weighing two and a quarter tons are
to be strung on poles from the power
house on the campus to the hospitals,
and current used from this source dur-
ing the day and until 11 o'clock at
night, when the plant at the hospitals
will be started and run until morning.
The dynamos and engines, which
are made 'by -the Ridgeway Dynano
and Engine Co., at Ridgeway, Pa.,
ought to be here within the next week,
but as it will take considerable time
to set them up and put the finishing
touches oi the rest of the system, it
is safe to predict that we will not re-
ceive the benefits of the plant until
Thanksgiving. But we will have It
before many weeks, and too much
credit cannot be given Prof. Carhart,
who has had charge of the electrical
part, Prof. Cooley, of the mechanical
department, and the Board of Regents
for their untiring efforts in getting the
appropriation and exspending it judic-
iously.
Work will begin in the ,Woman's
'Gymnasium Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 4 p.
nm. The month of October will be de-
voted to registration, corrective work
and lectures by Dr. Mosher and Miss
Snyder on Physical Education. These
lectures are to be open to all women
who are matriculated in the Univer-
sity. Miss Snyder will be in her of-
fice at the 'Gymnasium ,from 8 to 12
and 2 to 4.daily to make appointments,
prescribe work, etc.
ELIZA M. -MOSHER, W. D.,
Women's Dean.
Free delivery today.
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OUR WINDOWS FOR OUR
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DEALS SHOE SIOHE
109 . Main Street. Opposite
the Court House.

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Extra:..A
In buying our Fall line of Suits and Over-
coats. We bought not only an extra large
line, but an extra fine assortment-the very
swellest of fabrics, made up in the
NEWEST STYLES
As to the workmanship of our clothing, we
wish to say ,that it is equalled only by the
best of tailors, but is sold at a much lower
price.
NOBLE'S STAR CLOTHIN HOUSE,
209 SOUTH MAIN STREET.

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