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January 05, 1898 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1898-01-05

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Has received a full line of Nove:
for Fall and Winter in
Suits,. Trousers,
and Overcoatir
Fresh every' wee]
Only in packages-
60c a pound.
Lowney's if yo
Just Received s Large ad Elegasl
Line. of New Pip c
Hot and Cold Lunches at all hours. A
for Ilsyler's ad Williams and Werners
Chocolate lBoa Bess.
30'Souuth Stats Street.
Calkins' Pharma


Full Particulars of .Formation,
With Schedule.
Il F:l roll e oto 1 rol l is,1ld1by
Mlielligello b5011111 ll manager, A. 11.
Kiethl, rroteeullllive4 of ia-glo,
Illi ois, Noi thwvesteris, Wison~sil 01111
Mhieliga1ll oct ill ('1i1 1sgodlurig lthe
'iloliday rtecess01111 formned saIbaseball
league, the first (-lose lthtetile orgilil
iOatlou of lily ('olseluenee that 1110
westettlio-ersltieo l'hsve ever 11a1.
;Thle forlllotion of such ita lgue 11a1i
log tbeendistusseid 0111 110d1not 111e1
with, as e.-itliusiaslie -supprt. as 0000111
hoped1 for, and so whenli 01 orgoosizit-
11110, ,veOsIffetedl 01111(t;.schiedule
adopted it the first nieetilig of 1110
uniiversity tepl'I'oiltaltiVes there, wOO
1n0 little surporise. 'The sliedulle adopt-

l1iios, A. H. Keithi siiilT. m. 1101010
of the 1Ufliverosity of Mlichigan, 0. 1P.
Wlt 4111(1 11. E. tXl loon of Notweot-
erii tilioresity. 01111. A. Al 'tllgg ofthet
University of '(hicligo. Keithi ,vas
(1le-led cha l ald111 h-oro se--
tory. 'The twoeofiriails will hoild per-
Iii1alll'It offite until the l'lore of dll
se0a011, 11111 iowvetr 0410 gili 111he
crl~lnl to igila.1r 11e-ting iit lily
A mleeting will bt ruled some 1 ub
in tFetbriuary. 'Twos lltrieionl otioh
«vere liscilOsed ,hart11(n1tldecided 0w111 to'
settled thin. 'Tloy lore glull ioils on
The Ipuestion of iiuires'foir tiei le-Igne
1011s one anduthait otf41. hoari1'f 1fi1a1
ap1111al1wao onotilir. lloo" iillitlO
oill 'to selected and woho 0111111hiave
entirely afte'r 111nilIlt lof froi-seIld-

Pres. Hutchins Denies ReportThat
Dr. Angell Will Not Return.
(If late a umberot-of1'larger dalies,
oft this and 716-glilorinlg 0lr11'Shve
heellCirelotiug -5the reporIt tilat Prei-
dent Aigell doies not in1t111 to retuj u
to th.e VUinvetoity at the e'xpiratiotn of
his leilvelof absen'e.
111 on interviewv withi the Doily yes-
11101 oy,'Aethilg-P're4ilellt Histci 11110
lpre;,sed4a oil ep00 ogttt 11e11hiis e-
porlts lied been olpreolt labroadl. "There
i olotbey 110fountotn,"' 00111he,
"tfo tereplort.. Dr. Angetll 0W111 re-
turn a nd reotsiiie)his labors on (0t0.
hot, nlext. 'tt 1sneedless lto Say that'
these lelyortO tte overy eI'llltrralOsllg
o tie, end iuinoiging tiltihe Interests
oi the t11lo-ersil%'"

edisth msttomdabi tatles As to a rllllegiorll' 1-0ctifnali1I University Hall Remodeled.
lol fiei 11 tthfa-lee ~ it w00110 ~tlta~lll s~ltiu l l t tlll oii he11101 1111 111 e-
33 I-to ~ci T111111playsa series of th-et-aIlDuringtethlefathe vacatiting.uAt.051eeve
gnegalieo00-1111eachol thetthe11i-teulnslof t101 .111110 1 lk Onllvt-d'n (o itlihis fore 'of cart~l-ler, 11 t~col-
Co0.'s -twelve'in 4111. It 1 islite likely tiha1rOlliel~tlg 1 a tined ,tll'oirk of rel itling i nive.'-
lteip tdiffeetb oardsloOf crlolltlil
t 1111111lOs'rles of gailieo oWill be plhlye osily Itall. PhI'l loer floo lla110 beenl
1Q,1111h.should ainl~~t 01alsl luiii 1011boarrd elul 011 to nlni
blttOVszt'iigliii'ntwo teelilo ronfiogtIeach-
. oet tllrt theg f os-eason'slt troll ul-t..111100 wlieizlg furnl~ishswitlili 1,544
ultioiy itli pave'r to1 101t0111111l
As owill beseen frolli till' Ohed'IIII',1staiedl bitril 1111r111chins ta llsulf tl-
whi(ll allw-t'rzot1e0t, 01111to d°ide oll'011h11' 1llgilliity-
'111 eleaoopen11110,111A11rtll'(tu ilhlido01110111 Fulr-
00-1)11-li foll (l'o. Alnliltof (fieyel-o. Tile}a a('-iUrediby thelt Iltidl't
110(1a1-1)c1-osesune 11th. ilitttre Co. 'PooH11a100ironll loinullo1
11hMing i11011 ly oiOtittt' 0aOllltrlil'olrInIll,
plays sev-enigaitnes Ilbrold d ivle ttal0 tr oftelegehave 11011IIldIed to 111-ile tlllllltof 1aic
l101111, the goaincwith ('Ilileogo a111)1'- _____________gallery, Owlicl lls11 01111o1nill o),rtunlity
trIt outiiig 00s0aliolilogiliil: Whist Club Meeting. is offered wilt ' betzi'tllon111" ll' 0111
April tI-Nortliwestelrllat ('liane- hplan as00tihowver floorf. 'I'lieto10111
lligi].'fi''neriy hls ('11 tl s'ating lclplality owill ib' 2,5121. 1h
April' 1('-Nolttiweolern at Madloon, bteettomioirow eo-ening. 7.1t) I1(ioelh, 4ltiftin-ifl, with itot ' iteaoffii
'-' M'3ic-higan ilt Ch'ampeignl. at 1"tethlnili' T00lilt0c(1u11. olloill'
Ahpril 2t)-N orthwestera at 'hitu' 1 the aterioit (yllnlultlf. Dullll-llte h ,lttil il 0111cllhl'etb
Api-il 21--MIichigan at XModl-oon.reo hebs ob fudi l
April 23-lichuiglln 411it IVimso, 'll. itbadF)aig a~l,;onAirei nvriy
(tx-n date for' Illinois. tcardsoand it 0 f11101111113litof00 lust -_______
Atpril 27--4Wise-ons(iusat (Chiuspailo talheo have tteeuu puunlhuaoc3h 113yItie( +1x- Prof. Wenley Expected boon.
April 2&-'Wiseensilu at ChTiag. Ienuticeecouztufte'01.1 ooillbeitt' rmIt
April 30-Northwesterit at Ann At'- for tuoe gat that titme. 'I earn pah eas e- 't~s. W4'eflheJ-huts t'to'lio'ls 0a bille-
Itor, Chicago at Chiampaign. 1111 11111 3'hecue lite. ~'~ 1f Oltt Wllyif, ftnil
May - 7-MAichligatI at, Chuoun-paigul,ShldItahe oudTur ix 11diy
Chlicago at Evanston. OlslIters-feo-e rraflie fort a ltlrtfi'tta i' 0lthtrettl1011btry
May 0-1tl1111oi8 at Evanstoo. it once inl order to Scold beiiig Itirih''i llco it -xI--ttIo Itd I1
M~a3' tO-IllinoIs at Chilcgo. tithi a1l tfinknOo'-Ittphay-er. lThoe Il(Itil' to begil his (thisos ' teile3
Mlay 14-Chicago at AneArbor, seousof hcre(ifizfI iullelilers slutttih ut as t pt 041 ff1'hl'0hde11ll.
Northwestern 'at "Madison. nt oe.'r llwt Osmte t n tt' X i'nh'3',aidh in regardh to the
M Say 18-Wisconsin at 'Ann Arbror, (Chi- rmr sruatdta tedco a
cagoat H-anton.Ilerf(' with their joinuug il lil. eltuheltiutue(111'OS
no1t c'infg 11411k, thaut they -oenel-
'May21--Wisconsin at Chltago, iMhet~i- rT ie charter zuululhtrrhiht soill111. lue:th tirely tl~fiunl 111111dhunauhthorzedI.
igan at Chonopaigli. pIt ilthis Ililtiluig ('o enalthotet OSheid' 1111o11flr 410ole kniewo te're W415
MIay 2=4--tlhlcago at 'Madiseon. enioll thems+elv-s woiththel'orgllliol- no reason 111fotr ttliiOi the profess~or
?11lay 27--1Vlconsin at C'hiailpahgsl. hm Wl ol o ul- ie01011-O~~~ ~ 1's~i 10131
idns May 28-:i~ichigan at Chicago, W itspreselnted at thuehoot nuerhtg. Wsigo
113wocosiWashvastn.nns Birthday Celebration
ir tw coni atEvanton.Mssrs.Ihiliig 111111Ec-hiarl, lof
-Miay 30-_lichlhgan at Madison,ills- aliitazoo huaoe kindtly 011en to- rthtstt eost'.I.itll.X'...Wibr
-$~ nois at Elviesstoni. 'Msi.I.HzlW .X7tel
3 15 Junie 4-Northwestern at Anan Arbor, sm f1'o ioecliso lr iteanul1-I. B. iOlrihhirian, of tfi lowdepart-.
3a7 itnsmphlet describuitng tie lea113-at 1111111-
SI3S7 Illinoshat Chilcago (snorning gamne).- cotewhst and gvig h lwso nRent, haove beensipin~fte'd110 0 eoln-
20 June1 vs. -- t(etose'eure noaorfrthe
- 155 i nisns,..as at filualissen I
120 er~t ' gross o~f the Anuerican WGhiol Leagute. W'wohingtion'o Birthday celebrtions.
1 h onnite ne a palin's 'hiese will 'be distrhsibuI glrates ho thos' They 'hav-c carefully lookedt ovei the
ullday and wits in sesaton over siX 11011rs. ioemher-s 'of the moetig Thurtayfill-d anddlire in corresttofodelsee wits
D Pt Those present at the ineeling were F. evening. Any student inI ~~tjh niveur- a genltlemlan pih0011e111 115polihieat and
( dl ac no e uives itelyof NW"soon- Isity is eligible to nsensberslllp. rThe I'dlsI'itio -sl affairs, and a grallote o"
VStA Sin,L. E. Ft S er, Gteorge A. uaff aod InitiatIon fee hs 75 cents anud tile seu- Shichiigam's law 111 rtinelit. Ducn:. uan
J.H redicson ofthe lPnis'eisity of 1 cater dues 25 ceynts. tI nn' m Ientill be tmade later.

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