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October 07, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-07

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College ear, at
OrprE: Times building, 829 S. Pain St. be-
tween Liberty and William St.
J. . THOMAS, 7.
H. B. SasLLwAN, '8 L.
. H. lnx, '51
E. L. GmissE, 'PS L. Bevtxnt LAM, '0.
F. S. Sisisis, '8. 1. A. CAnroseEL, '55.
F. A. Foe, '95 E. A. CAreeLL, 'ii.
G. D. HsmNoTTv.'0. T. R. WooDOw, '8
G. D. JEcsiGS.'11M.
The subscription price of the Daily is 5.5
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for pubica-
ion must be anded In at the Daily office be-
fore 0 p. i., or mailed to the editor before3
p. in., of the day previous to that on which
the's are expected t a-pear.
Subsripios may be left at Te Daily
Office, Myer's or Stoilet's Newtand, or
with Business Manager. Suberibers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper.
'lbs(Dolynolties wth Iulea stuelith'
spirit of i'lfulilssihow'ed by the
foeslly ladies in establishig lCli-
plsymient oilmities' to ail the girls
to 1helie'iiselvses. Such san orgsni
mstioii on le lpar) of the faculty to
ks'cp eedy young 1men11iforiiiid Of
pssible cimploymen is gretly ieedd.
PIdictions re srog ltis year th)
't lat college 'spirit is 1o be a help-
ful factor at the U'niversity of Mlih-
gal. Sulssriitios for the Daily o-re
comiing in fster 111011 51y0 before ii
its history, thle Ahleic l.-soiliou
membership will be fr aolivd of lre-
viusyears, 0nd liow e(oie the lus-
icl ('tibs with liihe imost poiclan1101
of years'., With 'ii'orba0Srt e (xisting
Michiigaii will advonce penomnally.
Reception to Freshmen.
The' Wonen's Lege and le girls
of the :Studeneit' t'ristia Asocition
ga.ve' lieir aiimil1 reeptioi to the
g ri's of ti' Fresiian(lss yesterdy
afterion, froni 4 to 1,, in 'Nebei'iy
Htol. A very large (rood ailcoded
the recepion noiwitiistaiidi'og le fact
that the isin made the aternoon aI
vey edisgreebleuoie. 'Thle recepin
eonsiiitttee weie lts. PUiehin, D'.
Moser, M\rs. Drae, Mris. tresrsot,
Mtiss KMark, M1issWoods o1 i,;;!b
Butlr, the iresids't of lie Woudi'
Leagtue. 'lie hall was tastrily dec rolt-
i'd with beonruifnl pt puiants nod(1
11011155 bougis. The puch bowl was
eabtily presided os--c by Miss
Knowton. A moast 'enjoyale fer-
noon was spentoil.inoking new girls
acquainted with each oler ad the
Oldegirls oo well.
97'n Scholarship Fund
As a memorial to for pleasant
years pased in the classiclialls of old
Michigan, the cas Of '97 establishedb
a fund for needy students of the lit-
eray -and engineering departmnets.
The fund was raiSed by fiioe._-
$1 fans each class tax 'paid. The
$134 paid is In charge of Trasurer
Sonule and subject tW the folowing
cenditions: The money donated is to

Is' lodip'yitieregents 'o 2sey Oils)
de serving stiili'iillof liie' lterisry and.
sisgineering sdparmsents.sandi ill le
re'psid Witlintelresatsuclimesasi'
nisisg le agred upon)1. Sllll'Iils rs'cei-
ig ssistsince fiom is fiinid'shl e'
Ii's'siiiiiciiledttei Bll' arsid of it-
geit il'sis-thet're'sident of lthe' ;nivr-
ity ad deslsof 01tre' il'rsary 'einls sigis-
eerinig dsli'lsoni'is.
Rmployment Bureau.
'Tle omniiiise's'for eisiiiisyiisi't hsi
bieenlorgaized 'withvll'sl. . St.tel
as5 chririilil I.ts :imilo fi15nd1:1cii-
ilsyisniliii'or sy olege' girl who
siishesi. 'olege irls whouswnti to
hellsthemselves by doing swivig,
houits'wirk w'siingsn tsblels'or lsak-
ing s-srs'of sit iidrs' cn 5a1lpply ltioy
miembessr oflit'essommites' to aiid)thlem
in bindiisg suic'lswrk,.'liis aslsislsiie's
will le' gllgisessansi l lhtisl'
1isssiliis' sill h loneisii.
'lise esuisiisi lsask'seslh 011.n'
ladly ishing sisciwork one ssall sit-
iiiy to ith'ei. lri' s re somse' girl'sciliii
nethsi iis aiditoiyelpsth°sii throgi cl-
lego andilif tl'dsoies who wassn help
in eertsin housis-ldllwoik will iqiee
sfthe commiteiepeyn le "eferrel
to suitsabs'lesesons. 'fl' comsmies'
conssiss of -Mrs. . i. Srst, 1 11 Col-
lege st.; Mrs. .t. Hbei,182 . Annl
s.; Mrs. Alies') Pttenl l, 1405Hill
of.; Miss Aeihinisn, 'iss Nel Mc-
lKoy' MissFsin'ny (Goodmni.
Alpha Nun FProram.
The opening program of the Alpha
Nei Society will be 'held Sourday'
evening, 'Oct. 9, iii Alpha -Nu Hal. Te
lurst nuimbei' will be an inaugural -
dres by the president, C. S'iiger.
Then follows the deate: "Reolve,
that the growth oand prosperity of the
u'nited Stoles is due m~ore to our
foi'i of governme'nt than to natrl
resourees." The ffiraive will be
supported by J. L. Adons and L.
Webster, while E. L. eismer nd C.
Eiserick ciii uphold tie negaive. The
Sybil will hi' read by G. b. Paul. .1I so
Wilder wiii intersperse the literary ef-
forts with musical 'numbers. All
fi'egbiiien on's especially invied. I is
01111' through memlbersip in ihe two
lierary societies of the University
thast one iou enter the onnuasledebte.
Library Notes.
Thle 1t'iiiieisity librry ainliorite's
have -been engsgeei idurig ie summer
mionths in chansging the olet systni sf
numbileiring thse' boos. 'Thle change is
se relessingtie ooks roisi si lxd
plositiont liD'h11shlcves and lcig
-Iiemn ii novble or relie loation.i
le new systemi is bases) sti the Dewsey
decilal systemi. it has already been
oaiplied to the 'books embr'ced unerl
lt'lhead of sit"nglish Lit'rattre," and
will tieupilied to ohl te vlumes ii
fliii' course of 'tiime.t
Seveninew vaesofsitbooks have been
lately reeived and anO' now being n-
packed and ctalogrd. Te arrnge-
nmets for a ciretlating librry have
been dropped 'for the present at least.
as the regents voted at (their last
netin to defei consideatioa of this
Flee delivery today.
FOR A......MN.
--Go TO-
TUITTLE'S, 48 s. state St.

before Ravin~g Toiur

Photo's Tak~en

..AT. ..

heBerryman Studio
(Successor to Gibson & Clark)
112 West Huron Street, Ann .Arbor.
Telephone Company
is now equippjing let Ansi As (icr oini exchange of the Detroit Tehephono.
of the fincst telephone exehougs'. hn Comnpony.
the ('oiled Stes,.'he New Slate Telephone Conipany
Its Toog Distance Statin is -alretly has ceme to tile ret of telephonle
establishied at the Cook Hotel, u-hire users who have been paying exorbi-
cenectisus can nowe he mode with taut prices for twenty years to a moo-

ie Company's exchanges at Ypsilanti,
lioe, lit. Clemiens, St. Cisiir, b'ort
I-bron, etc., and with the enormous

opoly. tPatronize thie NewvComnpamy.
Th'ie public has no synipathiy for
"death bed repentance:"

Watch for the Annual Anouncemert
of the
Students lecture Association.

Cuttn Reyer & Co.
/=r AND
Furni shings.
201 and 203 South Main Street.. - Ann Arbor, filch
'No Matter what you pay for Shoes Here
We mean that your money shall bring you more shoe Value
than you ever dreamed of before,
"WMfl . VwAlPR LL.


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