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December 09, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Pubiished Daiy (Sun tys excepte) drin
he ollge yaa
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Ornis: Times building, 329 S Main St. be
tween Liberty and William St.
MIANAGIN EDITQO
J. F. THOMAS 'OS 1L.
ISUINESS AMANAG ERI
0.,T. HANS, 'tO L.
EDITORtS
1H. B. SKILLMAN '18 L., Athletics.
E. L. Gasan,'91 . - - - Monda:
BUTLat LAMB, ', - - - Tuesdy
0. D. llEssoyw. 'OS. Wednesa
T. R. WOOtmOW, '8. - Turda:
A. CAMPBoELL, '9- - - -Frida
L1. 4. AMI'ne., 'i, - - Saturda
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.(
for the college year, with a regular deliver
before noo each day. Ntices, commnica
tions, aud other mtter intended fr publica
tion must be anded in at the Daily office be
fore zi p. in., or mailed to the editor beforeĀ£
p. i., of the day previous to that on whil
they are risetd to aper.
Subsriptions may be left at The Dill
Offiee Meyer's or Stofflet's Nestad, or
with usiness Manager. Suberibers will con
fer a faor by reporting pomply at ths
office any failure of carriers to deliver aer
('1nsdoresl trosile sas xp(r
ieiicl lst yeorillitgling the eiior
to replort their ioisis 151o'itlly toitls
9t3icliig'oltcioio llTe aokin -gsttisg
out the annu110 is hart enongh with
out this unnesco;sary 'veXatiMii7loll1dc-
lay. LEvery S'nior51soldl 10102.1to
sedinllg in hs inamue at onc.
Thirosighithe cout0Vt yof te re-
issue of tho AtllelcAsociaifl 111d
the irloioiger of the floo;b~l team th
Dily owilie ble csoo, 1o give I coil-
plete reciort Of Ilein1ance,' Iofte
A,oohu5t o11'nl 112(2of the footill season.
Thiis is 0 new' d015011011'lclt 21111011.e'tllii
wvl i istilli )11ecolltsi by tie mew'-
tiers of t l Assesiois.
Jonas In Complimented.
Ito~prisr Weekly of Doc t. tl, obr
(lins'a ftne lorrait of sld pys aHigh
ctlliillret Fe'Alets.Jonas. Iiie
clilig the '11115l011125 Nwy York will
1Olve this witer it sys:
"Agin,ores Alsets Joas, the
'Spanlliod, s brillilt anld 0S tempera-
ulilttallaplayr 05as ert Could wis'"
21h012agasinIi t devocs this 152 'ragiw 'i
to Anin Arsr's greti lnlsi'11:
"Alberiso os is (of Ilhe (11210l tg
as G illieo-bornl in Madrid in 120.0.
1asd wos a (1lild lproigy 1as0a.0C11'
poesr before tielad-12soas welv's. Ito:
studisd'alt Br'tssels and cried a0w0y
honors; an1d1 lfter fairly slor lg on a
tianl-lall.1er's aiduous s'aree, ltcl"
,rnptetd itherol'ially 'to ce. pInl of
leelintein. ih4reic is solietiilg f
rasitllre SO developed and1)1 clichd; 11t1
in Jons lyslotoltlerli sar(5t11 al
inwtirr'l'd. He is a playe'8r f lhe liet
Tank, at seriosus 011(1olint llerreter n
as -aU eliiiitist, ands Rub'istein2
piopliesied wisely(f a futre lnowVfas10.
r'souiiiilg. 'ti-lisn. F'rnt, ihasolf, (ee-
mollty, Asstvia and Elag~nd- have
ten srong prises of 'this ong Md-
rileno. HlIa oonci=herd trarelyi
New York, hbut his inart here is
made."
Geo. W.COanpbol, fm'mely of F. H.
Wa'r:)Len abe spornO 9il tot .ti1
nw empoyed byW. A. Mcon'd at
70 E. Wlr-hlny I t., wher1 'rh will
be ple se ilto'If his frit81..

An All-Western Eleven.
'Choefollowiing maelihav bon lnamoed
9 by Mr. RllphlT. Itoland~l, 0110 of tlie
Wbot footb'allsolii'i'olslain tio Wst, 11s
"an ll-lWesten Leanto, a1 n ie 1111,
in anyl estimaltion;,would 11111110 thi
sironges a mlliS'atln of payr,:"
Itigihlt ceI-oioe , Wis sil.
R iglt gsard-'Clsez (,'pt., Obeli,.
Cater- CGaoa'aulgh, Cl-to.
Y Left takl'- ilSaciey "oapt.), 1111.
yyLeft ed-tKsnned7y, Ohi.'-lg.o.
y ( ar''hak"'-s'liler, ilinos.
y Iiglit liof-H'lte rehc:'g.' (ap.),
Leftl'half--'oches, Wisconsin.
b ull tback-'Gardner, 1Wioemusil.
cente11r; P150cl, 11110101s; Mll, o-
- 're Daine,01nd(; tClrke, Cilegoi, 81111'2"
htel' alk; Peels, -Ws-oosi, 'half btick;
y _l re (cat.) P'trdue, full bok.
T F sur of 1110 temlre .10railt'iicag,
sithree If15113 Wieoioin.1two")fromIiiliii
1 ots, ail on0e1'each froiii Oberlii l
liligai.
Mrit. lHooglenli ays: "'fIe liose
stellil is pied oe oia 15'defenlsi'e
eMll'l'thaa iloorwise , )I 1d o t
1111111k it woolild e foind sanilg w'elli
it came111'tI adathiiig Ite al"
The H. M. Phillips Prize.
'10110Americanl l'lilosoplicl Sciety
Iof phil.dehplia, 1announcel-(' hal~~t '1
osviiid of the Hiry M. Pillilps irie
will e mode dtri'nigt1-lie 'a' 1(K0, 05-
says for the samie to Dei l te poses'
50)11 of Hle soci(1t' befslore heitst 81119
of ?Alay, 18919. 'Thie solset 111)012which~i
essays are to e firnished by colols'i
'ors 'is: "Tl- Dev'elopmentllOof 1100 .I w'.
os Olliltraled by %'8'Deisios itela-
lgto 1110 Polie P~oer of hSae.
'I'll)'1)11e0for the oininig t's~ay' wiil
he $2,000.
Essays mulst e addh"ssel 10 Fre-.
sri'k Fraley lpresident of 1110 Amoe
10011 Philosopliiol Sociey, 101 S.
Fifth st., Philadelphia.
Tile essays shalli not o200in mane's
11010110ehulloted Iilhosnd 00ords.
University Men Appointed.
A. L. Davis, 'hiS L, peeiellI of the,
Ntiolsal College elubmuln lu lb has
addd ti 1Ole piltt oI'l t o.baa11150
distrito eeutive shirninos hoto is lht
of lllpsiitiints. Il~e has naniesd Philo
Jones", of the t'11i-elsiy of Souitern
'oalifoellia, as eriirnounnof 11h0 tb-
1(012111distrit, vhiich ch'sl ;1iises d~ts
of ('olifornht '111 Nevada; acrdd 2. J..
Sickel, of BssdwvlU Inivesiy, Kn-
50, 05 'lairlllof the elet-01111is.
bit, comlprising ttseoof asas,
Cllrado, Utw'hnd Aizona.
Yale h1111 eCeived at 00112111i11101io
fi'oiii Itoevod, sggesing 11hat0a0Ia
015550 1b11tch e ,oranged Detw en
the two lstitutisns. Yle hils not yet
takn'ip l 11 the gamne. ht l le scess
that lHarvord hashotaihi fr umany
years, is sunhls 0 to waranll an at-
tempxt to formo o tami.
F YOU WANT THE BE4T
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
27, MS.,tea Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
D~esigsnand estimates furnshed on all wrk
of this ind.

Before Havin~g Your
Photo's Tak~en z NS

WECT THE WORK
..AT..

TheBerryman Studio
(Snocessor to Gibson & Clark)
112 'West Huron Street, Ann Arbor.

Students'
Lecture
Association!I
Powers------------------Jan.22
Washiugton- -- -- -- -- -- - -Jan. 29
Sousa's Band- -- -- -- -- -- - -Feb. 25
Oratorical Contest -__tlarch a8
Burton_-----_____-------AprilI8
Save your money buy buying
a season ticket.

M l so re e ss ol ir w
GUTISR nAJS
>ThWash'abnn 5 heon ad' nl
TahbrW"ashrnedops the nde.l
A heautiful Wushborn Book contain-
log portraits and letters from the De
Reszkes, Calve, Eames, Nordica, Scnai-
cnhi and ioo other fomous artists and
teochers, mailed free upon request.
Addre'ss Dept. U,
LION A SEALY,
Cur. Wabash Ase. and Adams St., Chicago.

For Christmas!
PUT A KODAK ON YOUR LIST CAN DIES
The Folding Pocket Kodak
is the latest addition and it is We shall have a liberal sup-
so neat that every amateur ply of both Allegreti's and
wants one-$10. The Eureka Lowney's ebsecolates fresh for
at $4.00, the Quad. Falcon and Christmas. They will be in
Premo "V" at $3.00' and the all sizes of packages and we
Bullseye at $0.00 will all take will pack them for shipment
good pictures and we stand or deliver them in the city at
ready to take them hack if any stated time, without ex-
they do not. Catalogs free. tra charge-Oslo per lb. Low-
ney's Suranne I50e per lb.
ATOMIZERS
A Fancy Atomizer is accept - U R E
able to anybody. Ours are all
warranted to work and they Your sister or somebody
cost from 2c to $1.20. Men use else's sister would like a new
them after shaving and ladies purse. We have all the new
-well ladies use them. shapes and colors.
Stt t Z.X S hray
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-DIE HAVE THE.
LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTTING, PEYVER & CO.,

201 andI 203 South Main Street.

Ann Arbor, lkh'c

THE KEITH SHOE FOR MEN-$3,50.
The ";swell" shoe of the season-Is fitted with dark-brown,
silk, giving it a rich and neat appear ance-Heavy double-
sole,,hand made, Jersey back stay-all sizes and widths.
ji9 EAST WASHINGTON STR2EET.

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