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December 01, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-12-01

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
_ Oe'roz: Times building, 321 S. Mlain St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS,'00 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
-0. ii. ItAN, 't L.
EDITORS
H. B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics.
E. L. GuesMER, '93 L. - - - Monday
BUTLER LAMB, '00, - - - Tuesday
G. D. HUDNUTT.'00, - Wednesday
T. R. WooDow,'98, - - Thursday
A. CAMPBELL, '99, - - - - Friday
I. A. CAMPrELL, '00, - - - Saturday
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.5
for the college 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 ofilce be-
fore 8 p. m., or mailed to the editor before
p. m., of the day previous to that on which
they are expected to appear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stofflet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Subcribers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper
The sentiment expressed by Calin
Hogg in regard to home coaches wil
be heartily endorsed by all who have
watched the development of this year's
team. FPro9 green and inexperienced
material Coach Ferbert developed a
team of wh-11s5 record Slichigan has tie
reason to be ashained. It i to be
regretted that one o'r two :njudicio'sh
members of the Athletic Board have
found 'it necessary to expi'nss adverse
opinioits upon graduate oaching in
general -and the work of the pres'at
season's team in particulea. Such tn-
called for criticism cannot help butt
have in the eid a haruui influence.
Captain Hogg's staemeat ii the con-
nmnieation published :today is correct
and all but one or two chr.maic kickcs
will heartily endorse what lie says.
Yale vs. Harvard.
The men wio are to represent Har-
vard in the coming debate with Yale
have had a month's hard work in pre-
paration since their selection on Otco
ier 27, and are now ; l0ir y or
the contest. The debate is to be held
in New Haven, on Friday evening of
this week. The presiding officer will
be the Hon. Chauncey M. IDepew,
Yole '56.
Harvard's team this year was elosen
at a very satisfactory trial debate at
which forty-seven men competed, each
man being allowed five minutes for his
speech. Yale's speakers tiave been se-
lected in a different manner. Four
separate toeliniinary trials were held,
at which about one 'hundred men spoke
in all. From these fifteen were select-
ed.
The question fOr the debate this
year was proposed by Yale, and Hat-
vard chose the affirmative, the choice
being put off until after the trial de-
bate had 'been held. Tr'he qestion is:
"Resolved, What the United States
should annex the Hawaiian Islands."
Modjeska at the Athens Theater
next Thursday evening.

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

Among tho Colleges.
Tokio is to have a Japanese univei
sity for women.
The highest salary of any coll-g
pioifessor is $20,000. Professor Sum
- rmer, of Ediiburgh University, receive
this amount.
President Eliot prophesies that cot
lege fraternities will, in time, cals
Aiierican luniversities to separate the
dormitories into several colleges, lft'o
v the 1English plan of government.
y al Uiivm'sity is the first to etaT
Y lish a system of pensi'ns for teacher
yi their old age. Any professor who
has served 25 years may retire at b
upon an allowance equal to abot one
half his salary.
Harvard has graduated nore tha
- any other college in America, thle numi
3 ber of her alunii being 17,684. Yal
stands next with 16,765 graduates
The universities of Pennsylvania an
Michigan each have over 10,000.
The Univorsity of Chicago footii
team, will elect a captain this Se' i
r and, if he will accept, Herschberge
will doubtless be the olie elected
Otherwise Kennedy seems o stand 'the
fairlst show. Hoace Butterworth will
; oi0bably be re-elected as inanager.
The Carlisle Indians have won :nore
games on their western trip than
those played with Illinois. On Thai-ks-
giving day they defeated the Univer-
sity of Cincininati by a score of 10 to 0,
and ,Saturday the Ohio Medical Un-
versity went down before them, scor-
ing 12 points to the Indians 20.
ROOMS FOR IENT.
A fine large suite, furnace, haiti. tc.
Music students prefirred. No resric-
tions as to hours of practice. Apply-
at 810 E. Wasliington t.
LADY STUDENTS.
All classes in dancing at ttrang-r's
Academy are under the personal in-
struction of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Grang-
er.
IF YOU WANT i BEST
- -- --A-ERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
237, 239, 2411Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
Designs and estimates furnished on al work
of this kind.
j CHRISTMAS
KOOAKS.....,
' We have an answer to the
question, "What shall I
buy for Christmas?" A
camera is the one thing
that everybody wants and
that everybody enjoys,
when he gets it. Now that
a good camera can be had
for from $4 to $8 it is possi-
ble for most anyone to give
one at Christmas. If your
friends have cameras why
not get an album for all
their prints.
Camera catalogs free.
CALKINS' - PHARMACY.

IlIN TER SHOES!
-OF-
every Description.
th outHos
O ' A RIGE LINE OF
SEE OUR WINDOW?
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109 N. Main Street. Opposite
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r's hoceem 1lntV
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Praavemad t se lwo hues murh d eal ebsr ahns
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ll
e9
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It's Time To Mick
When the landlord of a country hotel wakes you up at half-past five on a
cold morning and remarks he must have your sheet to use for a table
cloth. We can stand about everything else-bugs and cockroaches, a mat-
tres in three pieces, mucilagenous towels, cast iron soap, and even red-
headed chamber maids; but when they want to rob us of our sheet in this
way, we kick. Most everybody is kicking nowadays, however, with corns
and bunions. SARG'S CORN PLASTERS, a simple little square piece of medicat-
epd laster, with green strips to fasten around the toe, has proven itself t) ter
the best corn remedy on the market. Get a free sample of it at J. L.
SKINNER'S Store, 306 S. State st., 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; INDICATING THAT
YOU SHOULD DRESS MORE COMFORTABLE. WE HAVE THE: NECESSARY
CLOTHINCIBE IT UNDERCLOTHES,,PLOTHES, OR OVERCLOTHES-WE HAVE THE
LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTTING, REVER & CO.,

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THE felt foundation on which these shoes are built prevents taking cold,
chill proof, damp proof, heavy and dressy. They are the best for
Fall and Winter wear.
Russfan Calf, French Enamel, Box Calf, they are $5.00.
1W'(ESSJnNPLL,
II9 YAST WASHINOTON STREET.,

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