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December 15, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVE1ITYCOF

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Cotlege year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OprE: Times building, 329 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MANAG5ING3 EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 10OIL.
BUSINESS (ItANAGER
0. H. HANS, 'to L.
EDITORS
H. Bi. SKILLMAN, '118 ., Athletics.
EL. GEInuen, '953L.. G. D. HUDNUSTT, 't0.
BUTLER LAMB, 'tt. *T. R. WOODtsOw, '9$.
L. A..CAMPBELL, '110. A. CAMPBELL, '119.
F. ENGELARDs~n, '95.
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.5t
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion mnust be handed in at the Dully offieebe-
fore S p. mnor mulled to the editor before 3
p. in., of the day previcous to that on which
they are espected to appear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Suberihers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper.
'17110e reception tentdered 11he distin-
guishetd actor, .loscph Jeffersons, was
'A onucecs in every particltr. A llag-
ifitcetnt ansdience, perfecit or'der, not a
hitchlinIDtile 1sl-angt'lpeti. 911(1d almo-it
entertaining in1k itittit'tts addre11ss-
trodell OtheoQoSiOD oe long to bc rc-
wwi:etiered. !Mr. Jefferson deserves (hi'
thlanksi of tile UlllverSitry for graillit-
oUly affolling linoppor-tnnity for he-
,camning at-qlailtetl withtAmneritas
g realestIactr.

oral written questions. Tile first reads
'Whatt phae of life coal be bhest ert-
bodied in a gennine Anliertealld-rama1?'
'f Old 'Honiesteaid,' 'David Crockett.'
'Pndden'ctead «Wilson' andt 'Rtp n Vaa
Wtiinkle 'are poplnar plnyts. Amoericanl
life offers great oppotrtutiies for tile
playwright. bOle <'313 lick out andi
chitisse from n tainy different tylpes -13n1
never go astray.
"'Thle setond qtuestion, wichl deals
itil the relation of orattry tand act-
in~g I hcave aletady answered. Th ie
,tha rd is 'How ftir s11ould1tbeactor
ideuify Ihimself xithlhis part.' It las
been said tlcat by toolitlch gnshinlg
1)110ruay override tile part. trying
takes the opposite ,stand. 'fte 011010
matllter is adlmcirably s5011311 upl in1
_ -amlet's advice to.11t1' actors* 'Ill 111
Svery whlirwinld and torrenlitif llsioll,
ect.' I like is, feel tiheibecart waivoh
i-ntl the icead cool. Thlcacst ;question,
' Wh at constitutes lice acior's <alit' is
raiter amfbigulous. If hisitdnty is
cceanct, he mutst enltertain andl insiruct.
'171ce actor mus~t aliso be sirlg in his
part. An ounce of efftcotis-eness is
,,-octic a poucnd of' corrective ornitce
sdte
At lice tlose of ills remairks AMr. let-
Person1 tilallkeiltt'e audilie'cl ,i'01(thct
0l-atrl'ai ~lAssoosialiol for thte icolr-
sllocivo 11111. lHe was5 ittllleiclieiy our-
roundietd by 0almob of professors, wo-
11111 andillire'c, all anxious to s113 he
,is hand1(. The "Nestor' of tilt'Amy:er-
call drwama ealledifotonitlhe largest
audience that University Hao-l lchad
seeni for loony years. Staningrtotm
was lhardly iobtisincibie. It was cod
laited that at leastt 3,(W0people N ect-

{MICHIGAN DAILY.
(JITRSHOES!
S-OF
]every Description.
O ' A LARGE LtNE OF
kSEE 0OUR WINDOW?
BER0SHSIIESTORE,.
10.9 N. Maim Street. Opposite
tie Court House.

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SU'For Cen~tlemen l
NECKWEARbetter for Xmas presents for gentieman. They can
always use another scarf. Our lino for Xmas has many
very new, nobby things; every shapo, every style, made.
Tj j from the newest silk novelties.
MUFFLERS..rr~r
Tn silk, wool, cashmere-neat checks, stripes and plaids.
H',ANDKERCHIEFS.,rrr
Silk, Linen, Japonettes and Cambrc-initial or plain at
every price.
GLOVES...
Lined or unlined, for street or dress, many new stylish
things.

AN HONORED GUEST., n ttndnc.j
(otInued from first page). tiurno, (Ice inisgicianp, at the Athieos
point. le orator ev110 does not knsw Theater. tFriday* nighct.
lctw to listen fails tn tile tage. IF O ATTEBS
HInlke these remlarks so that students I O ATTEBS
-of oratory maoy decide whichi profes- FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
scon to pursue. If he is, doginclile and BADGES OR PINS
linipressive let191111ibecomne on orator; Sedt
if he is inipressionahle and sensitive sITnsSTURGeONe&dCo.
thent~l artof ciin isIcisben. 37, 139, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
"A fesv words co:nceinig genius Designs and etimates furnished on ail work
aind art. Art nmnst lay at tile bt~tto'n of this kind.
and foundation of all genius. Taleict
often becolies puffed up and disdiains DO lani twieYOU speak whreek You cn
4110 use of °ait; toi a :short tilne it foils. Fruit and candy at the Greek Store,
Art is the handcicad of genins cand 203 North Main street, Opp. court
hinly wants respetful 1-111,0-tion fron house. Pure home made cantdies
and ice cream, fine California frnits,
lt, r nis ter; "but lie caninot he co- very suitable for presents, and we
quo ted-it and vhcmt treated tcif- know you will want them for that
lir-gly will sue for divaree. Arc al- party you are going to give.
lews -;te ator'to reproduce, wbem it' JAMES KOSTAUS
tile greatest ithing in actinig_ EvtryK19 EGR ta (EW QUARTERS)
line tooust be spoken its it. it wa~s never 1U~lRIIN 02 E. Huron St.
spoken before. Too oftent it i not an Call and See Us,
oi Stry to(ice audience, tet to limeQ[ ( -
actor. heFre shoe o grad spoiltoll tt BENTSCHLER. THE- PHOTOGRAPHER
nust bekipt in tile reaills otftire -~
mtear. *Telephone ',O. ANN ARBOR
"'A Man onice asked inc if t did list
tilik -lice stctrrinig system -the gareate<<st
evii ever lcistetl upon the long suffer-t
ing public. I tod isn that I hcadil "
tboug.lct so. When 1 was playing
mninor parts every star otats a tyrant;;*
but wNheanink=y star hadl risen every tiip- '"
derling was a conspirator. If we ex- '
amn 01110 1.iesiea re's lilays weiii _______________________
tim t theluy were clil -cii.forst..st.
I acti ha s he 11011oneete ed absat FIENWLTO
one individual, 'This leads tO o FIENWLTO
spea of the ehatict' of Sli :e- oM ashburus.. I
sl arc's eli ra( 'ei-s. '11ccsamei char..Just received.
aeca be plcsy ( by 1me0n of duiff o Lowent prices oB STRINGS and TRIM-.
nit - tture anod genius, ant be a>ic MNSfralisrmns
Cosin both caes. t. he Imtall. SCHEBERE'SMUSIC STORE9
thing isndit1i1n, not conception. 114 West Liberly st., Ann Arbsr. 9
'I have ben a.skedto answerc

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For Christmas!1
PUT A KODAK ON YOUR LIST7 CA NDI ES
Tb9 Folding Pocket Kodak
ithe latest addition and it is We shall have a liberal sup-
so neat that every amateur ply of both Allegretti's and
wants one-$10. The Eureka Lowney's cbs colates fresh for
at $4.00, the Quad, Falcon and Christmas. They will be in
Premo 'IV', at $9.00 and the all sizes of packages and we
Bullseye at $8.00 will all take will pack them for shipment
good pictnies and we stand or deliver them in the city at
ready to take them bock if any stated time, without ex-
they do not. Catalogs free. tra charge-Soc per lb. Tow.
ney's Suranne 50c per lb.
ATOMIZERS
A Fancy Atomizer is accept. PEULJRSIS
able to anybody. Ours are all
warranted to work and they Your sister or. somebody
cost from 26c to $1.25. 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.
State St. CA LJINS' Pharmacy..
THIS GOLD, 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.
CUTTING, RIIYFR & CO.,

201 and 203 South Main Street.

- - Ann Arbor, t' lib'

CHANGE YOUR SHOES
Health demands that you own more than one pair.
Men's Calf Shoes-Tan Chocolate and Black, heavy extension
soles, band made, new toes; they are................... $3.50-
Men's Slippers-Black and Tan. Coin Toes.. ..........$1.50-
119 EAST .WASHINGTON STEE T.-

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