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January 26, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-01-26

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2 THE UNIVERSTYOF MICHIGAN .DAILY.

I Among the Colleges. C)IN PE
It Is etitated thlat gifts amounlting
- to $40,000 have been(01 made to the Yale
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during im' school durling the past yettr. '. '<"
the Collewe Year, at
rrho St1issour ita eisiatnt'c recently ,
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGA. , t 1 ,moov}ngduti
ortuuE. Times building, 329S.5 Male St. be- anman dies i thouxt a dirt t'ctidccnc- ,
tween Liberty ad William Sts. tt s ihg fir attts
J. F. THOMAS, '00 L.
'Dartitottli 'College th i ctic milt
L UsaNESS MANAGOER
0. ~. mss, 1 get'. ate trying to l. iralige .'iiwsow ot-
-0.,i letigue to tosiil~rise Dartittotti,
H. B. SKsILAtS,9'8 L., Athletics. toxiatlCrieIItae1'lla'
EL. Osuus,'I) L. 0. D. HtosuTT '(10. 5o tte presentDarttiaottti-Asitliet si~t
BuwsLun LAss,'(0. T. R. WounROW,'910 Williatits ieaytte.
11, 4. CAMPEsLL, '00. . -cAMruBoL,'99 1'Iirincetoll:11Is I~ ssofs'Itusfcs to fl C lh l
F. EEssuLHnuARD.'9- teunevisat'14.ia tnt'r .1 sen's of tIas'Ifft .tlin 'IJIJ
galiesItiit't'ttiisylixae'fcre in'tl-
tug its former t ixal agtiti, will ask O FN
The subscription price oc the Daity is S2.50 tot' five years "ttgtetiiett for lllcot- FRFN
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noun each day. Notices, commonica- egisIlai i utacles of 5tt )rt.
dions, and other matter Intended cor poblica- ''l e wXllrly.tt'1511g~nii
lion most be handed in at the Daily office be- Pt'tO titr itWsitgst .This week we pu
tote 8eP. m. or maied to the ditsr before 'sts itt 44 nineils of sblcvinig illitue FneTaloedSns
p. in., of the day previous to that on which Fn alrdSis
they are expected to appear. ilotti"alreasdy inistlet, titiclti wti151'-
Subscriptions may be left at The Dotty fee lasad
Office Mdeyers or stofftet's Newstand, or ('611111110(1111t0 over 2,11(,000f voiiiiiic .moeCas ndV
with business Manager. Suhribert wilt con- r leltiilae( ~ae y fth i li safter the latest Wiote
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this 1t'led only tocytilth
office anv failure of carriers to deliver paper. wNilt be ttts'trd of =4,:(00000 hooks withedony by . hgh
Iliany 10iile its of shielvinig. tailored clothes
'oliniaiaisits itore ecooning nttcris Athr1ee wEck' 1aiitiiil'-t111YlitnLi

SHOES!T
-OF-
Every Description.
A LARELINE tOF
OY)L1 SHOES
SEE OUR WINDoOW?
BEAUL'S SEJI STOREI
109 If. Main Street. Opposite
She Cent R ouse..

..

irtunity
DRESSERS
it ton sale all our
in Cheviots, Csi-
Vorsteds-all made
er Fashions, equal-
3-priced merchant
$14.50

as to th~e oitiotlty in ohitaiig rt'l'-
once hooks frtalit? t'ises outside thet
attendants' decsk ini the geeral ittrar y.
'T'hese hooks ate iliaced wxvere thtey aitt
suppoased to bi s a .Oconvontence to(
those Saking tue course to tx'hithy
refer. 1,1nstead of 'a~vprieciistidig this
courtesy on 'the paint of teiuttiorittes,
the ;tstdens otaking the courses carrty
ite boostiomie anad keeptahiemn tot
weeks 'at a ttiie. There is is way to
stop this b~y atiy systeti of esioisnage;
the only tiik that c(!tn he dotie is ifo
zappeiai to the tiotior otf the sttleit'tt
atidifit tisptove iiiefecttiai to totat
the hooks back bhintdhthe iteok.
Former Professor Dead.
Word was received tiere last night
annotncuing the death of Carl W. Be-
ser, Ph. D., f or five years professor
of Latin in the U~niversity of Coorado
at Boulder, Col., previous to that tung'
the well known professor of Seuitti-
languages in the Untversity of M~icit-
ig-an and a popluar Ann Arbhor hey.
Prof. Beser was only 37 yeats 01(1
at the tine of is death and wiii be
widely mourned, not oily -in 'this city
Alich was hits ihome and where his
paTents atid tasodiers and sIsters re-
-side, taut also* at the Univet'ity of
Colorado wx'here he was looked upson
asy one of the stronugest and ablest
inieimbers of the University faculty.
Hfe left Ann Aribor five years ago on
alccounrt of illi'health, being evena at
that tine applarently -in the last stages
of consuniption. The tafifled attais-
phere -and heatingbreezes of Oolorado
appeared to giv e in a new iease ofII
life hut it was not for long. The
dread disease had obtained too strong
a bold ontillmanid lhe gradually suc-
Cum bed to its alppfoha'ehes unti the
end came at 5:30- p. in. yesterday.
It is not known what dtspost tion:
will be m deof the body, whethetr it
Will b brought to Axn Arbr r in-
torte at Boulder. When the n-tter
is deided it will be ianounced in
The Daley. The deceased leaves a
wife and four children.
The crew f Potnnsyl'vania ,11dCte
,AnnapolsN-a ae;wl le tA pol, "ay 20th. T

contest at Yale, (t('sigiiod to brtiig 't
UM('w tterleal for te iitercoliegiate
gauues, s'as tilisht'd iii Deceit'i. S.
It. Ttitphin xvoni witit a throw of 110t
feet 4% itches. theorge L. ('adwal-a-
dt of gSoit Fincis(-oo.was second.
f't titoheis 'rtooll that 'the t'tiiv7etity
Of t'eniisytelania. Itorvard, Coittnitia.
('orniell, Yule atid probably I'Pricetoni
wx'il horitaute in the conftenue to
tie li llat Bra-ea beore ion;tgortltite
li ttttost'e of forminitg a tiuiformntaiss
for thaeregulationa of coilege athletics
in the tIs .
'IToe auntabl idual tratitsand field mte(et
tII't'ei'iitielerii'it's (If (7iicago
anIsltlinoiosxVIi lw' heldt on ii ay14. at
:i1.ashh1i6tid.fTitis tiocesstates a
cisasigo itt the college league ttssebll
scitelule lull Chicago xwililaci' XMI-ol
ligYatBeieoott'An~y it0, instetid of the 4
ItsorIliginlliy ixed,.Ilinios' gaciie withm
{titicago i eiitg transferred fro-eti the
100t1 to tie i4tit).
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMIlTH, STURGEON' & C0.,
237, 115,,Id41iWoodard Ave.. hietrott.
Designs and estimates furnished on alt work
of tisi kind.

Choice

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§EWe have cheaper oneso which we
have rednced. But this week we are
making a special effort to reduce our
sok of flue suits prior to inventory,
February 1st.

Students' Lecture Associationl_0MN
BOOKER T. WASI1INOTON,
The Moses of His People and Distinguished Oratoir at
University ll, Saturday Night, January 299
ON
" Solving the Negro Problem at Tuskeegee."
Dr. Augell said of his address here two years ago:, "He surpassed the-
high water mark of eloquence in University hall"'
Admission 50c.

ATHENS T EATRE $Season Tce for Remaining Numbers $1.25. 2ceta
~ aturday, January 29thCOISNGF
C 1ha. Frobman Presents Sonsa's Band-----------------------------------------Feb. 26,
I4drteBurton---------------------- Arl8
Red Robe.$ S3,5O MEN'S CALF LACE SINGLE OR DOBLE SOLE.,.
$First Stx Rows _________._____5_$150 Men's Winter Russett heavy double sole, shoes for dress and
$ iaiascerf Parquet-------c---10 evening, also full assortment for ladies at equally low prices.
Parqlicn-----------7 _-.0 Gym Shoes-ladles' and men'-black serge-all sines?7c
Gallery -- -- ----- -- - -- - I2

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