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Michigan Daily, 1898-01-24

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,rH E . NIVER6UP.OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

'2 'HE UIVE~tITLOF ICHIAN"DILY

+ -of Vile Goyl bequest of $10,000 and the
Ford-Messer bequest of $20,000. Also
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during in .addition to the sum assigned to 'it
the College year, at from the appropriation of the boa rd of
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. regents, there was a bequest of $10,-
Owriuss Times building,3 M2 S.lain St. be- 00-the Bul bequest-to the Law Li-
tween Liberty and William Sts. bDiary for immediate use. About $8,-
SIANAGIVO EDITOR 000 of this bequest was spent lust
J. F. THoMAs, '00 L. year.
BUSINESS MANA sIi The Library has, also, been the re-
0. H. HANs,'00 L. eiient of printed matter, varying in
EDITORS kind from a brief pamphlet to large
H. B.SKILLMAN,98 L., Athletics. collections of books and printed pam-
E. L. GEisram, '93 L. G. D. HUDNUTT, 00. pillets. The first coection received
BuTmn LAMB,'00. T. R. WooDaow, '98 was the Parsons Libray of 4 325 vol-
1, A. CAMPBELL, '00. A. OAMPBELL, 99. wyo ,
F. ENiELHARD,'9 . umes and 5,000 paiphlets. This wis
in 1870. Since then there 'have been
received the McMillan Shakespeare
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50 Library of 3,354 volmes, the German-
for the college ysar, with a regular delivery American Goethe Library of 940 vol-
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
lons, and other matter intended for publica- umes, the Murphy collection of 154
tion must be handed In at the Daily office be- volumes, the Hageman Historical ccl-
fare s p. in., or mailed to the editor before 3 , gna itrclcl
m., of the day previous to that on which lection of 2,260 volumes, the Dorsch
s ee i teta ea Theaily Library of 1,686 volumes, the Morris
Office Mieyers or Stoffiet's Newstad, or Philosopisical Lbayof328vt
with business Manager. Subcribers will con- s i ibrary of'1,24vol-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this nines, and the Felch Historical Li-
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper.brary which has not yet been clawwi-
fled and cata'logued, but which is esti-
The Daily Board will meet at tilelidadctogeutwsisseti
m mated to contain about 4,000 volumes.
office to have photograph taken Tues- ''here is no record of the use of the
day at 1 o'clock sharp. hooks, except of those in the Genera'
Library, and of them less 'than one-
The Michiganensian board seem to half of the use can be registered. The
be doing everything possible to make registered reference circulation from
Oct. 1, 1869, to June 30, 1897, was;
this year's annual 1 success. They 128,398 volumes. The number drawu
have just given their contract for the for home consultation by the profes-
printing of the largest annual ever is- sors was for the same time 7,000, mak.
sued here, and !have given their con- lug a total of 135,398 for the nine
tract for engraving to an eastern filn, nontlis.
who a;re specialists in fine college en-
graving and wihd illustrate the n- .egimnent, ina aier, rea beforth
Reiet napaper mead bef-ore the
nuals of most of the large universities Michigan National Guards Association
of the east. The large prizes offered in Detroit yesterday, advocated estab
should result in securing good literary Ising a chair in the University for
contributions for the publication, and military instruction; also that boys is
the board also promises somte prom- 'all schools of the state be given mill-'
tary instruction. He would have th
intent new fea:tures whichare as yet state furnish gus and uniforms to
not announced. Nowy if tile'students ┬░sttderis.
will display a like spirit in their sub-
scriptions, and the organizatisss in Subscribe for the Daily.
furnishing their cuts so that the board IF YOU WANT THE BEST
will suffer no loss we many expect sO
have equally good annuals its the fs- FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
tore- BADGES OR PinS
--Send to
The General Library. SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
......... 237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
The following extracts frotm an ar- Designs and estimates furnished on al work
ticle in the Alumni News, written by of this kind.
Librarian Davis, in reference to the

%kINTER SHOES I
w , -OF-
Every Description.
A LARGE LINE OF
SEE OUR WINDOW?
BEIAL'S SHOE STORE,.
a. N Main Street. Opposite
th eCourt House.
An Opportunity
FOR FINE DRESSERS -

This week we put on sale all our
Fine Tailored Suits, in Cheviots, Cassi-
meres, Clays and Worsteds-all made
after the latest Winter Fashions equals
led only by high-priced merchant
tailored clothes
Choice $14.50
We have cheaper onesg 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.

. '

Students' Lecture, Association
+QOMING
AMERICA'S GREATEST IMPERSONATOR,
LELAND T POWR
"A PAIR OF BORROWED SPECTACLES."
University liall, Saturday Night, January 22'
Season Ticket for Remaining Numbers $1.50.
Reserved Ticket for Remaining Numbers 50c extra.
CONSISTING OF
Washington---------------.a 29
Sousa's Rand------------------------------- -.Feb. z6
Oratorical Contest---------------------------------rch i&
Burton --------------------------------April 8-

libraries of the University will be
read with interest:
,une 30, 1897, the libraries of the
University contained in the aggre-
gate 113,990 volumes, 17,555 unbound
pamphlets and 1,275 maps. The li-
braries are the following:
General Ltary, containiig 91,112
volumes, 16,005 pamp~hletostund 1,275
maps.
Law -Library, containing 13,894 vo'-
"tsnea
Medical Lihirary, containing 7,702
volumes and 1,490 pamphlets.
Dental Library, containing 817 vol-
unes.
Homeopathie Library, containing
450 volumes.
During the year 1896-97, 623 period-
jeals -were regularly recexed.
A certain sum is a pprssiated an-
nually by the board of regssf frsthe.
purchase of books. For the year 189-
'97 this sum was $13,000. In addl-
tion to the larger part of this sum, the
General Library has a perinanent en-

ATH NS _IIEATRE
TUE5DAYJANUARY 25th.
Prlies, - agcse 75 and i.ee.-

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MEN'S CA.F LACE SINGLE OR DOUBLE SOLE....
Men's Winter Russett heavy double sole, shoes for dress and
evening, also full assortment for ladies at equally low prices.
Gym Shoes-ladies' and men's-black serge-alsizes 75c.
WG.FL . i. WASHINGTON ST

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