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December 17, 1897 - Image 2

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rHE UNIVL+:I 61TYI.-DY MICHIGAN DAIRY a

2 THE UNLVERbITYUOF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) daring
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Oprre Times builing, 329 S Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Ste.
iHANAAING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 'tO L.
I9SINESS ILANAGER
0. II. LANS, '00 L.
EDITORIS
Hi. B. StoLsLtsiN, '9S L., Athletics.
E. L. OEStosen, 'It)L. G. D. HtnvcT. '00.
BcTLER it Bm.'00. TI. it. WoonsOw, '90.
1. 4. CAMrBEL,'00. A. CArPBELL, '99
F. ENEtsAnn. '00.
The subscription price oc tbe Daily is S2.50
for the college yeor, with a regular delivery
brcore noon eacb day. Notices communica-
lions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion mast be handed in at the Daily office be-
fate 8 p. in. or waled to the editor before 3
p. in., of the day precious to that on which
they are espocted to appear.
Sobscriptions may be left at The Doily
Office, Meyer's or Stol'fet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Suberibers will toos-
ter a favor by reporting promptly at this
office onv failure of carriers to deliver por.
WVith today's isse tilt'Dullygwill
'anuariy 4.
".Pile '00O Oracle Bosrd certainl~y tie-
serrs a.'s :t' gout dt'llof crelt lortfills
t'xelli't pulititonl:gotten. osit lilis
year. 'Thatth(le studintiplreciste is
efforts is sliosso by lbs fact that rile

'linger' doesnt rover the ease ait all.
it is t'lltii'elinladlequalte."
Btthle tblaiie sbosildl iit rest i"psl
Prof. MacLaughilhi. Not sue connected
swiltilte Univsersity bas had the in-
lirests of pire athletics lisic at Is'art
bhao has lie. It is (lie dulty of the
Bosaid of Csotrol to id ot why
Stuarit camue-to Mirililgail to play foot-
bail. What wsa his induacementlSo
slay here' andt llay'for t(lit,,(irs th;r
ily to lielige (tself froiii blame ill this:
litattir (iy looltinig eli' isp~'ssiililits'
fur tiie litlil ss'iicb 11a10been iiirile'
tratedl, anti whentt'ihue goilty' l <lrt )', or
!Itilties, is fotund heisold~ii be setl
Government Favorn Football.
Uncle Salenstanids cauitltiel Isan
ieidsi'i eiirn of football. Froin(lie ini-
t'rir depa'i'lcio'ii conies lie eigih-
leclillianiisal report of Carlisle In-.
dhia School. In thtis report (li e ipa~
city eftf he Inidiani for fosit-'isl and ot-
tof- lotori sporits is citoimented siipo andl
'rtnttlealiy ('tiieiiilt'i' "tBecause
thie couiage aid efforit ss'ilchli t5'Oill
the athletic held are a great ali in lie
broade'r conitentions of life uty' ii'
e'ngaged ill later."
1 Serno, the niagb'iait, at(t'eXAtiens
Tbteate'r tonight.
'110 ttiNT-Tsso single cairnis $1.25
andi $2. Steaimtheat oand light. Ii51 .

7TDI NTErSR SHOES!T
-OF- _
- :: E v e ry D e scrip tio n .- A G I E O
ONE OUR WINDOW?
______ _ - - EAL'S SIOESTORE,
-- 101) N. Main 4,;;reeA. (Opposite
_______________the Court House.
SUITABLE GiFTS
For Centl~eme= T:
NECK WEAR. C. , s $
Nothing better for Xmas presents' for gentleman. They con.
always use another scarf. One line for Xmas has many
very news nobby things; every shape, every style, made-
from the newest silk novelties.
MUFFLERS.,..
In silk, wool, cashmere-neat checks, stripes and plaids.
HANDKERCHIEFS,.
Silk, Linen, Japonetles and Cambric-initial or plain at
every price.
GLOVES...
Lined or nnlined, for street or dress, many newv stylish
th ii.gs.

spply'onit 1.11ittISinoe sum5N o All kinids of reporting (loeI'iii Os010'
neet the de'miatid.'PTeltook 10s0131'
holice. Lcecttsres or speeches token
otf the best Oracles ev'er ibiioiit'iIy.tyll tht'closs room oroi'rtitaadl "i(.ii
ai class of soprhomlores. tade gid lruooc'eists fsiinislit~t
it sissolie incer'li's' (tl tatite lraipty. ( I-1A,8. EN' I ICAIUD,
linattei'of Selllir's rtlayistg s()itour t(ealli to5 5. 'Tbayer 401
ssill tie sifteo tit le isattoiii. 'jT'e
goo nmeof-tl I11.vesiy d~nlns F YOU WANT THlE BEST
tilit a sei'itiiig its'cstigatitci lie FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
liolile, Tt is cOeait 'Iioili that1.1 5010'. BADGES OR PANS
thing; is wsronig. Afierefill oftMli-' Sedt
,,a~'' effotrts to keepli athletics piie aod SMITH, STURGEON & CO.
cean aint to lit awsy s-'iti evrv's 237, 239, 241Woodlard Ave.. Detrot.
tige of prfi'ssionaIistit1. it is tiisrovci.Dsins'and estimates furnished on all woei
cd that site lots teitliplatyingb ttii tir of this kinsd.
foobal eeve thouh te eisirose - - speak Greek? You cai.
soii is 1nailwhoillhas aboolttly ]1o0 You learn it while buyini
real cointliionAht h ili(le 'niversity, Fruit and candy at the Greek Store
wlIt'h, is not even. rt'giste'redi ald pold 203 North Mai street, opp. tour;
his duless a slssdent, ttld swhotlift house. Pure home made candief
}and ice creanm, flue California fruits
tcollege wiioon011as tet gatite ld very suitable for presebits, and sir
Ilteu layed. know you will want them for tha!
'To thie otll Isie wotld (te prietit party you are going to give.
soriry state of ttffirs oilli :5hlto ISJAMES EOSTAUS
leitd stoiieie jetiflicatioi to ht Cutsn- In DfD TE N EW QUARvERS)
'pii~t tha Oter oilegr5 lhivie beten l 1UU1l. 10 i z2 E. Huron SI
tiacking against ,1ie-itgain of ate. Feor Call and See Us,
thtis reasoni the inateer sAloildbe
cleared lipfhooog itiy. oi its ( ius RENTSCHLER, THE* PHOTOGRAPHED
ts tlrlie for tile oversigbt li11he ,)DilI
is b-ire 'thiolt the IBoard (,f Cont11101is-Telephone r.0-. AINN ALIBO]I
not to Ite haiiied. 'Sts- fttli: ts: t,; clip-
ping; is takon3 friuthe((Ii)e t'1. i-
ii5113
"Proif. 1Mehallgithilt of te Bordtl ofl
Athletic iControl iahrs a s-sty' seakh"
lefenisi' cf hittiseif ii a lyliglthati "
,Stuart, ftse little ialfltsck s userfail-
tire to coiiat' (ittissif iWithi hhe tanil- 'P
sersity', is tlie tasisOrifthit rouible, ' ""
tok a Pledge- that itewas alt :91 5
fidestudet, und I belitsved hiitt
,tnart never iregishered r pa01 d)011 0itt i FINE NEW LOT OF
tri il, tiosi fee. The is lti ( s 1 biSS V
have vbIelieved the players t uslippoil ? .. Washburiis.."
sOi wordlust lie 11ad1110 iustites~stto 9 Just received.
beleve it,Wihon It was osyt i oe10 BLowet prices on STRINGS and TRIM.
lear th tr~th rot th regj~t"W MINUfS for all Instruments.
book. Again, te iti des rt lp~o,1ts SCHAEBER LE'S MUSICSTR
sition to shid an apolhogy to very 114 West Liberty st., Ann Arbor.
I an* that has playeNI1 si hist te f r Ii.t"-al ""

_ For, Christmas!1
PUT A KODAK ON YOUR LISF CANDIES
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 Allegretti's and
wants one-$10. The Eureka. Lowney's the eolates fresh for
" at $400, the Quad, Falcon and 'Christmas. They will be in
Promo 'V" at $0.00 and the all sites of packages god we
n Bullseye at $8.00 will all take will pack them for shipment
g good pictures and we stand or deliver them in the city at
e, ready to take them back if any stated time, without ex-
rt they do not. Catalogs free. tin charge-60c per lb. Low-
zs ney's Suranne 50c per lb.
A ATOMIZERS
tt AFancy Atomizer is accept- -RS-
able to anybody. Ours are all
y warranted= to work and they 'Your sister or somebody.
cost from 25c to $1.25. Men use else's sister would like a now
f, them after shaving and ladies purse. We have all the new
-well ladies use them. shapes and colors.
State St. CA LINS'Pharcy
I 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-WE HAVE THE
LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTTING, REVER & CO.,

201 antd 203 South Main Street.

_ A nn Arbor, Milch

CHANGE YOUR SHOES
Health demands that you own more than one pair.
Men's Calf Shoes-Tan Chocolate and Black, heavy extension
soles, hand made, iiew toes; they are.. ............$3.50
Men's Slippers-Black and Tan. Coin Toes....... ....... ....$5
fig EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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