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January 21, 1898 - Image 2

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2 THE UNIVER61TYUOF MICHIGAN DAILY,

&I + of 1.P aIhi.
Psbilheq Daily (Sunays excepted) during
the Colege year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFICE: Thmere building, 829 S Male St. be-
tween Liberty ad William Ste.
MlrAGING EDITOR
J. . THOMAS, '00 L.
BUSINES8IOMANAGER
. H. BAS, 100 L.
EDITORS
-H B. S~tILMA, '95 L, Athletics.
E. L. Gesue, '93 L. G. D. HeDUwucv.'O.
BUTLER LAMB, 'O. . IL Woonow, '98
1. 6..CAPrBsEL, '00. A. OAPrBEL, '99.
F. EGELHARiD,'9.
The ubcription price of the Daily is 2.50
for the cllege year, with a reular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, commuica-
ions, and other matter itended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily sfficebe-
fore 8 p.mor mailed to the editor before 3
s i., of the day previous to that on which
hew are espected te a pear.
Subscripione may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or StolOet's Newstand, or
with ussness Manager. Sbcriber will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office anv falure of carriers to deliver paper.
i' sesIziiiila' 131sb isin cetingit
piotrait palinilg of tielos, lvi T.
GriffinDisotheir elss 1oaleorl l itl Is.
very grceftl ribtse Ito5a111a11-who
wa8 for. so long i.1peridti,$u(ebiiilons'
Ito the deiartliosi. NO 011011 coll
have bei soe leted for thiis iark of
distifletiost svho desrveis tie grtiiude
of 'tile Ltniversiiy sore ltn r.
(trifli. Il~e is it man whss'ose Katsio si
a broai-miisded and ai e la Lwyer las.
for ysa'oirsieessiqtetioieild tis'
lsis wichithis'Univeriy fels ii bst'
ing depriivedi Of his 's1elVIeTS cosl nsot
be expresset inia.ribtter 'siies' Ilithsn
thit elioseisby the 199 aw lss11.
Wvhen '1s11 lss s iemssrils iblis
re adouptesd lbsesustomsis es to be a
ibg-bear asoit-hisis ovsn It e to s
.Liiy classes illthelast.Ciertily.
thl asscis 5to bei'coniiiartuli isuponii
its choice'an51511 Uaviesit y 011011ti-
slng the r-elielli of liie' porri Of so
\\sorisy tasirsi.
The East to Act.
10 . 'Giyl, of lbsei'nivesity Ati-
leie Clls., Nisw'York ity Wdrits-
sisy snt out a foriial-all to YiS'e
(ks'rseli for it siietigof retresent-
tiveisoftltes sluniversities ill Nw
Yirk on Feb. :12, te sobjet iof tihe
meseting being to rilliofni aioisoites'
to1 revise the foobaili rules.
It is very likely tbht te rinemeln
'wili be caledl 1111011to seve's-t isrst--
SOtatises osi the rllss tcommsitee- as
,-oliposetl it duriing she lst lwi meet-
ilogs, wvlen the foloinlg sere te
members: Water Cmsp sof YSane
Alexander !Moffitt Of rintl, olJist
(. 'Bel, of IN liliyiaa, iosels H .
,eas of Hssrirv,. AL. Deniniss sf
(or1ael, Isl '.sil lissiiel of te
Faiteil'tates Nvals Aesiseisy at An-
iaixeui, andsl itgrosssite of Lehigh. s
cegite t large.
It is not xpoted thotthesueis will
b1e thorongloly" revised at the first con-
ferenc. Several will hve to beo ed
in order that the overhaling of thbun
'will he sw oncopletle as to cate a cs-
sation of fatalities which occred b~st
season on the .grisdiron, ths potting a
4p T all publi'citicisms regarding
o o~brtly oftiege .
One rule whih will be cosd rd

ini all its phases is the one wici gov-
ei's us iss plays. Froms wvat fat
beenu said it seeino-probablle.ht mass
plays will be abolished by nakin
every mon in the hune, which iioldcs
the ends, tackles, guards osd colner,
seven isens in all. to re'mail in positin
sontil the hll uhs eelsnsapped back.
Ii this way sisly our son, fle
qusater backl, he lobo half bks ostd
tile fall backoct11 be Iermittied-o
make any sort of ai fomlatiosi behind
the lte.
Ganapol's Song Recital.
A pltiasnt cf-lllllilellary esiitirl''l
lors giv'eno is owe'u'li'iy al Wedlie -
clay -ev'e'ningty Mir. Boris I..f Iiospl
of Dit'oit, assisted by Josephu N. Kro-
lik, formserly 'lit. A shri ansd interet.
Mug progrsam wastesndueed. l. Kro-
lik'ssoetions fromni (iutiOl's "Li.
Refines'di.Sabati" beig silsiessary
wellire'eivioed. u' ue coispanist, 191iss
Msiuleiii, of Deroit, shl~oed t'remair-
abile symupathy"Indrulcostilibited thu'
tertlly to ite ssocsss of ills'progiraw.
'l'lue foloinu itsibse r sses' iou
PRiOGRAM.
Dee Waderer.--_ ...-..-.. r SchubertI
Mr. Krolik.
Die Beiden ilecadiere . .. Rob. Schman~
Mr. Gaapol.
"Thou art lihe unta a lower,"-... . Smith
The loper and the devet ............. Reissifer
Mr. IKrolik.
Still ie sin Nacht----------------..... B hm
Hanppy Three .............. .......... Roecel
Mr. iGanapol.
"She alone harmeth my sadnes,"
From La Reina de Sabat..-O Gounod
Mr. Kroli.
Toreador Song frsm amneront.------Blzet
Mr. tanapol.J
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to & 4
237, 29, 241 Woodard Ave.. etrot.
Designs and estimates furnished on al work
of this iod
ATHENSTHEATRE
TUESDAY, JANUARY 25th~
AAU

(DI.ZNTER 'aSHOESI
j-OF-
Every Description.
js r ~~A LAR GE LINE OF O U S O
m NX SHE OUR WINDOW?
__BEALSIISHOESTORE,
101)X. Main Strept, Opposite
th e Courtn liei.
SAn, Opportunity
FOR FINE DRESSERS

This week we".put. Ton saleĀ° all. our
FieTailored Suits, in Cheviots, Cassi-
meres, Clays and Worsteds-all made
after the latest Winter Fashions, equal-
led only by " high-priced merchant
tailored clothes
Choice $14.50
We have cheaper ones which we
have reduced. But this week we are
making a special effort to reduce our
stock of'- fine suits prior to inventory,
February 1st.

loft

Students' Lecture Associ'ation
COMING
AMERICA'S GREATEST 'IMPERSONATOR,
LELAND T. POWERSY
",A PAIR OF BORROWED SPECTACLES."
ivestytaW ,Saturday Night, January 21
Season Ticket for Remaining Num~bers $1.50.
Reserved Ticket for Remaining Numbers 50c extra.
CONSISTING OF
WVashington--------------------a 9
Sousa's Band--------------------e.6
Oratorical Contest------------------March c8.
Burton ----------------------I- -- -_-,April8
$1.50 MEN'S CALF LACE SINGLE OR DOUBLE SOLE... -
Men's Winter Rnssett haeavy doubfe sole, shoes for dress and.
evening, also full assortment for ladles at equally low prices.
Gym Shoes-ladies' and men's-black serge-nil shzes 75c.
WCIIf. J. AP.RILL, 119 E. WASHI1NGTON ST..

Prices, - 25C, 550 75 and $i.

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