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February 04, 1898 - Image 2

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'CHE UNIVEiv: rI'Y, o.F MICHIGAN DAILY.

'2 THF~ UMVE1I~I'L'Y OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Pubilshed Daily (Snd'y excepted) dring
the Colege Year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Oricg: Timenbiding, 329 S Main St. be-
tween Libety and Wilianm St.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THomi, '00 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
. . BANs, '0 L.
EDITO Rs
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E. L. OlEsl, 'i L. G. D. Heoserr. '0.
BUTLR LAM, '00. T. R. WOODnauw.'5
L. 9. CAPBELnL, '00. A. CAa'MPBEL, '1.
F. EsNiELiiAaii.'0.
The sbcipion price of the Daily is $2.0
for the college year, with a regular deivery
before noo each da. Notices. communa-
Clns, and ther matter intended for pbiha-
ion mst be haded In at the Daily oSice be-
foe e p. i., or mailed to te editor before 3
p. m., of the day preious to that on which
they are expected to aepar.
[sbscriptions may hb' left at The Daily
Ofilier. Meer's or 4tolliet's Newtand. or
with Bsness Manager Saisriers will con-
fer a favor by reportig promptly at ths
office ann failure of carriers to delier paper.
'Thell Daiy Board will nieet10omorrow
inlomen y, Universiiy Hal t 12 p. m.
lihe' debaing soiete5 sc!te tila1s10'i
a, faiirway 1(o formlan intiie-sciey
ostlined atdtolill that is iieeifl is iie
rtilatilii of the s dail- ieties
We undetand thatll t o osif lteorgnt-
izations are Ioppiosed to he scome lets-
lisse of mlior pitisth lat ithey co-l
sier ldfeltivl. When i an tah a
'woould te of sichlielp t oldetoing i-
trests is 't sake. us so2iey cats f-
fod to hoigoibook oandtdifet tieten-
tie s1lchme betcautseOit is disgrunledt'
11v11' aSfox Vnliil'torlontllde'tais, 11111r-
Societyldeatingioldibeho ihe ti- i
moest tissibe vle in fititsg itsfoe
te coness i tho C'nttrat 2)1-1im1
Leagute ext year. Let its bive it ty
altmeitls 310d, it oruer 011010ive iiay
toas-cit, ltelus adoptochein ter-oclietl'y
sohduie immioeialey.
Medical Faculty Upheld. 1
Tilefoloswing rtsoltini s dote btyII
tie Deroit Alia andoibS~lrrr Ass)
-laiots ae oa crinditoicaionoftheII
ceurse of the hoital aulisthoriies:
Whereas Te medical faculty of the
Unsiversity of Micehigan has requesed
te board of regents ts auhorie te
sutperintendntt of the Untiveriy thos-
pitali to exclude front that hospila
those who are abundantly able to ay
foe medical atd surgical sevices; adi
Whereas, I is unjust to the tapay-
irs of the slate to msaitai ati n
stituton in which wealthy peotlere-
eeive gratuitous treatmnetstpal for ty
general taxation; and
Whereas, sich grauitous treatmenut
of lbsenrichis degrading to te recipi-
cnt arid utjust tn the worthy poor in
need of all the charity the stabe is
able to bestow; and
Whereas, No person able to pay ats
be admitted to insane asylms or
other public 'Insttutions free of
charge; and
Whereas, This beng aut unjs atti-
tude for any public institution is as-
sume, and as such action oi the pat
of the University of 'Michigan "woulo
deprive it of the public eteemt in
which it is held; therefore, be it
Resolved, That in the opinion of2 this
associaion, the request Of the medical
faculty, as expressed nabove, should be
complied with by the board of regents.,

Annual Meeting of Y. M. C. A. 7Ti)It4 ' >EN
Tile Itenly-sixth annultal gaterin
of the Young Mciin's tChristian Assoca
tin Associatioin will tbe helin II -- .111
.son, Feb. 10-13. 'fTiecilnvenio iOlea1
y'ear wias hleld at Olwosso in Yetchnay '
anid over -,xt hotosand dclcgmttte-o ere
present. A. feature of 1110s yeair's libel
hgrn wsil 1)e the siiig (If the ciii"';;E
boys for wh-ichllsplecial l uo-'par d'on I;raybe ce
swilt provide etoerlolinlil..Il1 i all ----_______
reguthlr'dlegatels 1111otoeisesl'
vilzd orl~l. Thelolleges ii in ihi'-an
lave allfb1110' sited5by11711pess1111 N o I
ilrge sltde'nt de tioln is prlo )lse 1.
Till tlcalt chaptler aiim110Aror'oc
ths' hiivrsily fi'. 15. . A. sillth111Like the
100, reprlesenllIt te . ' A. ltos . GO l have just
S cc' liryof 110'oiler 000111i111have more
heas bleinlaborinc01g hardiottle 011'-
less of tI=convetiiono a1111its stir '. j over' (yet

SHOES!i
-OF-
Every Description.
A LARGE INE MMOF
CYLCf' HOES
SEF OUR WINnOW?
BEAL'S SHOtE STORE,
l o100N. Main Street. Opposite
the Court House.
Hmte
present to buy an Overctoat. We
;finished taking stock and find we
re Overcoats than we wish to carry
they are worth totlay from $1.00 to
ire tihan they were when we bought
oe new tariff you all know is the
this) to he short and to the point we
you the prices on tihem for the next
5~.

orilur 111IfroIlIt1111 oldpolIili of10'. I~ll-
1100-, '0111 ee111110. -ot il i cn
V'. II it. w, o'. f Ann Arh1110, , 1give-s
t111 reply to ltesoelo Illi~t pr
'lii featureoe I (1f irst dadyiso111t1)
11w1,illbea t3irrI - .10011010SIIII5IiI'I.ro-
tRes-. It. A. Torrey-, of Chic-a ol.Asr11
addtress t1111 lssI'Illa-v. t)i-. .J. Il.
.Ailey. t'resident-l (f Ailion '001' oi
is to sub."
The b<lt' ofree'rved seatis for rhe
ftoItniont ogrillsconcert beginls Mo101-
day mtornini, Fe lb. i. Seals oiliy b1.,
reserved al 'alWts' hDog sl orI' 101
Slttes st., or ott Woiiiore's Ioitr aN~i s.Tet0i ootraila r ;e101
11011y 'll'Ycell 11a li-supply110of BWit-
11111110 h'ie%,ro an0111 AlliI-rll ti's
1111111)111115yeste'rdaly.
To slick ttings use M~jor's CProwln.
Bessare ?!I ]Don't lake a aubstitute.
SF YOU WVANT THlE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY.
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
237, 239, 24 Woodard Awe. Detroit.
Dsesigisand estimootes fnisthed on lswoirk
of this 11100.

$1.50 nao:
them-tbf
cause of t
will give
two week

$25.00 Overcoats-
$20.00 Overcoats-
$15.00 Overcoats-
$12.00 Overcoats-
$10.00 Overcoats-

--------- - - - - - - - - - ---$18.00
-------------------------------------------------$10 50
__---------------------------------------------$ 8.00
--------------------------------------------------$ 7.00

Sin ents' Lecture Association
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR

sSSA'S

- BANA\D

The Greatest Musical Organization. of its kind
in the World. This Superb Band composed
of fifty men assisted by
MISS MAUD REESE DAVIS, Soprano, and
MISS JENNIE HOYLE, Violinist
WILL BE AT

University liall, Saturday Night, February 26
ATHES THATRE Seasn Tiketfor emaining Numbers $1.25.
Reserved Ticket for Remaining Numbers 25c extra
..SATURDAY, FEB. 5..COSTNGF
Sonsa's Band---------------------Feb. 26
Digby Bell Orat' necal Contest------------------- --------------- March 18
$ i b e l$Burton------------------ -- ---prilApril 8
P renenting the New Comnedy,
X THE PROGRESS OF OUR SHOE- SELLIN ....
' The Hoosier Doctor." is. characterized by nueb aundeviatng natinfaction and suchinrangetu
sias that we appreciate the valuen more than eer ourselves. We are delighted
seeing others delighted.
Farquet--Circle . . . . .25------- ld andies' colored Calf Band-Made Boots. $450Mile .-----3.150
BalconyPCic----------------.7iMn'n Black and Tan Shoes, heavy nolen, MAO grade.-i.00
Galey. .. 25 A RI L.11E. WASHINGTON ST.

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