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December 03, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIV'ER'SI'T'Y OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

2 TH UNIERSIY OFMICHGAN AIL

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Gl lg year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIAN
OrriEo: Times building, 32 9. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William St.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. TnOMAS,'511 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
. IH.tHAS, '0 0.
EDITORS
H, S. SanIauA, '50 L, Athletics.
E. L. GEsMEen'050L. - - - Monday
BUTLeRoLAMB, '0, - Tueday
G. D. Hnnvv. '0, - Wednesday
T. R. WiOnoDOw, '0, - Thursday
A. CAurnEL, '1, - - - - Friday
I. A.CoireELL, '00, - - Saturday
The subscription price oc the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noes each day. Notices, communica-
lions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must e handed in at the Daily office be-
lon 0 p. i., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. in~ of the day previous to that on which
they are expected to appear.
Subscriptions may e left at The Daily
Office, M~yer's or Stoffet's Newtand or
with tlusiess Manager. Suhribers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office anyefai11re of crrer to deler paper.
Seveiai l nlmtles of Ihe Atleic
Boltrd are agi-ttailg api 111 by wiii{h
a geoerni limanaige' of thicies ill
e secure orthe111' Livesiy. '[le'
Atbletic Board.aid the tident 10011-
agers of the variou teuns wold work
under him. [le pin~lcipal avatalges
secured Wold be cniniy a-d re-
sponsibility. It is to e Sincct'ly
hoied that the ecIlene will go thogl.
The Daily Will annIonce detais a's the
p11110 sseomos definite sape.
Preliminary Contests-
Last 'night and WNednsday nigtl the
Websier 'Society 'held itoreiiniaie5
for tle Chicgo debte. ['rfesrs
Mlechem, Johnsot and Bogle acted w
judges for loth nighs ad 001 of ihe
21 contsttnt of the tsve night they
ehose 'Messrs. T. A. Berkeile, L. C.
Whitmn asand W13. Roida ns he
three to -epcieeol the N'ebster.eter-
sonian debae.
Last night tle Alla N Sociey alslo
held its ,first prelininary. There were
11100eoitetant and the wisers were
Messrs. M. W. Webster, IF. C. Ege
+Isicdt and F. E. Rleiifrank.
Satssrdny night Itle Jeffersoiliii So-
ciety wiltl old. R itnlodteate .0nd
the Apha. No ito second selilnitiry.
The Adelpliu;Society will hold it pe-
liosluoies 'Satrdy night ald the fol-
low-log Moday night.
Jeffemonian Preliminary.
The fial pellail~lisy of the Jefffe-
sinalian Society -Will be held in the aw
lectre daomnSaturday evenig i banipt-
ly at 8 'clock. 'rhofconbtants will
speak in the fllowing order n the re-
spective sides: Altrlnas'ive, S rgts,
'9; Scineit, '00; Dillon,f, amd Lacy,
'98. Negative, Jibaskins, 't8; Slaaaahl,
'99, and Bailey, 'd0.Everyone is very
cordialy invited.
Ini spite of [le many other nattrac-
ti'ns lst night, a good-sized osdieniw
gathered nri eze Motorial Hal to
ear bMiss Aice 3ailey's og eital.
'The prog-rom aws atistially rendered
end Was warmly received. The three
so~ngs by Prof. Stanley, lime Sea acli
-5' y ' oin ok" ""Ph elisa
(Ide in Her'Fac!' dloylon T y
Hop,"sneed o cal to-lb thms
St plSO,

Wiconsin Expain.
The followinglping from the 'iis-
raisin Careinal eptlaiis iself. The
old fable of sor gapes coasio110
bcie's nild as one reads:
"The recent dispatch fri-niAn iAr-
br Wich has apleared i severarls
nelwpaters dring te pst- few dlays
to the effect iha Wisconsin was
'dropped" froiiitie Centrl IDebating
League, is as ridiulous 11s it is un-
truthful and maisleding. In the ire-)
tlice ths so-cled "eagte' has p ts
tiii' present time never had any atsal
exisl'oice. It is true negotitios have
ben in progress to Ilake it a settld
fact, lit Wiyi-nsin has torteousy
deled the reeated ni t'tltlion of
P1f. Troeblood, of Michigan, to joiln
lhe proposed leagoe. Itenee Wis-sit
sii aeser belongiig to thio leage'10
tegin Nstdi, and ftriiorensre ao
0110 i'teding to eoae a iaeiiits'
of It, it cerainily reqires a laofnd
imagination to see jst hosv it was
possible that Wiscnsin eaeld lotve
been 'diopped'
"If 'it is tree, as [le iispati-li stes.
hat [le leagoe has atw elien forned
with Mifiesota as the foulrtl tary,
Wisconlshn is to 'be coigatulaed that
she is not a meber of tils most for-
laidable quartet. ItIis n orgaizatilo
chiely haractrized ly ito strong
need for conoation and syiipathy.
Wi5'thl po ssibsy the excetions of Cica-
go, the three aeniaiilgoenbirs of
the league have been pioiiaant in de-
tating ircic, cliety oil troslt of
their "draoaste defeats. llihgan hs
loie-iadefeated by Norihwsetrn [-a
sich an etent that tle later has fo
the past few yearo not cared to
jeopardize her reptation tby debating
withi soch inferior teains as Micigan
has been able to pt forh. Minneota
judged by the reslts of past years
cannl~ot properly be considered a dbai-
log iitostil ieun, while I~e two sigal
defeato we lave aliialsted 1-a
Nurtlissesterma have so diolieied ier
ar'dor flhat she tosinow content Io agin
Icy ssue withs Michigan.
See the nach talked of Auilin
Mandolin [lot have a good toe and
do not wap or check at te Ann A--
bor Msic o., 20-07 E Wahiagtoa
stret
IF YOU WANT THlE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PNS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
237, 239,21 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
Designs ad estimates furished on all work
of this ind,
CHRISTMAS
KOOAKSiuu: t t
question, "Wat sall
boy for Christmas?" A
camera is the one thing!
9 that everybody wants an
that everybody enjoys
when he gets it. Now tha
a good camera can be hadY
for from $4 to $8 it is possi-
bin for most anyone to giv e
9 one at Christmas. If your
' friends have cameras wy
not get an album for a
their prints.
Camera catalogs free.
CALKINKS' - PHARMACY.

~flNT-RSHOES!1
-OF-
Every Description.
I A LARGE LINE OF
7YMSHOES
:..:. ' "r=. SEE ORWIzNOW?
BEAL'S SliOE STORE,
r_-- 10) N Maim Stress. Opposite
:......elte Court House.
@ OUR 0
Sut s andIOvercoats
AT $15.00 !' a
Are especially strong values this week,
We lhave made these two lines much;
more attractive by adding some $l8.CO
values. These suits are sewed with
silk throughout and finished in style
which would equal a custom made suit
at double the price.

I

iqM"5 Pirtted nwit Sihentfc ,
Kleyboard , ckodene...
r Typewriter Machinest i
Cqual anysof tie high-priced sadhins iscapacity
t uind qaaity of1orksad eceltheliesnenitactae
_ Practical, low-piced, portable, keyboarid machinasa
Wr ~itingalways id' Uiecrsal Kerboard.z'
4 eght. e Prie. S5m-i
/ Trpieisabaablo.4
a 'UIhnelildinand-;
r> mark s e t.shed pnicity of costrue-'
' 3 00o Sold in Two Yas. Msto able mchne
ma toi sabta. Wightssfy slate,
F. -FAIRBAIRN & CO-1 'General AMeats' ssor5 n isue ae
93 lGrsld St., Detrait, Mich. -Su perirt nyeremhnreon ola
J. S. AlIAM. 48 S. Fouarth Ave., Local Agent - .-..mae.-

2

It's Time To Hick
When the landlord of a country hotel wakes you up st 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-hugs 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 nuedicat-
epd laster, with green strips to fasten around the toebas proven itself to be-
the best eerie 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
4YOU SHOULD DRESS MORE COMFORTABLE.t. WE HAVE THE: NECESSARY'
CLOTHING, BE IT UNDERCLOTHES, CLOTHES, OR OVERCLOTHES-WE HAVE THE.
SLARGEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTTING, RIIYJIR & CO.,

201 and 203 South Main Street.

- - Ann Arbor, rlk

f TE felt founidation on which these shoes are built prevents taking cold',-
Stchill proof, damp proof, heavy sod dressy. They are ibe best _for
Fall and Winter wear.
k _ Russian Calf, French Enamel, Box Calf, they are $5.oo.
wm.J~PRnIL.L..
119 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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