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February 07, 1898 - Image 2

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2 ~rpl UNIVER~SI'TY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

be offered to students intending to en-
J1+ f 4 t. ter the University. There will also
be advanced courses, by Doctor Men-
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during sell and 'Mr. :Effinger in modern lan-
the Colleges year, at guage work, by Profeosors Rolfe and
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Diake in Latin, Professor iteed in
Orrsog: Times building, a29 S Main St. be- Physics, Professor Demnmon in Eng-
tween Liberty and William Sts. lobh and Anmerican masterpieces, and
MtANAGING EDITORt Professor Scott in Rhetoric. Prof es-
J. F. ToOMAS, '551L. sor Newoonbhe will have chsarge of a
BUSINESS MANAG0ER course in botany. A course in r.ooicay
0. H. HANO, '05 L. is also to be furnised.
EDITORS There xiii be a course of fret, Iee-
H, B. SKII.LMAN. '00. Athletics. tures given by distingnisheod and en-
B. L. G ntsuo, '9i L. G. D UT'0. teraiinxspakrs.D'0nte an
BUTLxn LAMB, '05. -r. R. WooROow, '98 trann pakr. Dlnl n
t. &. CAMrBELL, '0. A. CAsMrPsLL,'99 nounretnent of tliese ted ether tint-
F. ENGELUsARD, '98. tors pertainsing Istilte coerse will be
available in a month.
cmd~ wThe sunmner :school of the law do-
The nubsrtioln price sf the Daily is $2.50 partmnent of tile University spents July
for the college year, with a regular delivery5 and contillu ca cighlt weoks. 'f'ile
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica- coarse is desigited especially for those
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be-
fore 8 p. in., or mailed to tke editor before 3 wlito xxishs Is review pastwoatk in pre-
p. in., of the day prevtous. to that on which lrtinfreatnaito diltg
then are expected to appese. paa nfreaiain ditn
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily Itoltte'bar, anal for those whto tiostre
Office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or
with Business Mlanager, lSuberiber's will con- to secttre advance ( ot . There wiii
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office asv failure of carriers to deliver paper. 10 Ilaily ret'itastsnanotd lectutres. A,
('OT-lseof tree ltetrsandliS eltriot-
In abotut two mtswe ' tre to meltmettis xiii also is' irovided. Tho foli-
Clsictgo itt to debate wxhicht xe 0(1lsxxing professors antd instrutlors will
xiii be wvon by 'Michigan. We have htave chtarge of the wvorkc: tbofes'ots
nxv htsd Ito debates xwit (itago, lltottil:on, tDtie. Knolton t. ttIe,
loing one atttd winninlg one, alld it is TIoiltson, 1tilgesu, Brexvst-r attd
of suspremesoimuiortance for as to sii ess syr tlosstttlorat
this time. If wxe are to wcitt weo11u0t Intercollegiate Golf.
put forth greatier efforts thiantever Pr.- tast Saturdayth le anatltt l ettilt
fore. '3110 intlilectsual standinig of a of the Intet-coilegiale Glf Assctia-
untiversily tbread dependstlarbtgely up (in wvas ieid itt New Yet- itiy. LAn
on lte sutccess of suchteid'batelth0iiter-colle'gitetlt olartlIlelnt xill be
The interest in debating makeits it upl- hla tt Ardsit'y-olt-lte-Hudslonl at a
paroent thinltelectutli advancement dale to be set.
Itas not beetn lost sighlt of alnlildst 11,e Alt a mleetin~g of theiDemoctsetic
trany distrat'ionss anti interosti of col- 11lth last Satusrdaty tile folointxx~gItlitI-
loge life. '[isis debtet will thtt'tsaOhers wxere electesd en thte extetutlix
eolt ble ivonti thliout 1lttid, consclt't- eontllitee: P. S. Meilligasit, '()0, I'.
(iosts andssyslolsoalie wart. lt is 1ac1 H. Botttrs, 'J)}. t . n .1J. Lacy, 'IS
sufficient ttat tile representattives of 1
1Micitigan xwork, as t'ey tno doutiwil Tl' 't'tt- 'o ihesIaiu

i

WDINTER aSHOS!
OF-
Every Description.
A LARGE LINE OF
t: CYLC SHOES,
SEE OUR WINDOW?
X BEALS SHOtE STORE,
f 109 N. Main Street. Opposite
----""-the Court Rowte.
No Time
Like the present to buy an Overcoat. We.
have just finished taking stock anud find we
have more Overcoats than we wish to carry
over (yet they are worth today from $1.00 to
3 $1.50 more than they were when we b)ought
them-the new tariff you all know is the
cause of this) to be short and to the point we
will give you the prices on them for the next
two weeks.
$25.00 Overcoats-------------$18.00
$20.00 Overcoats-----------$40
$15.00Overcoats -----------------------$10 50
$12.00 Overcoats -----------------------$ 8.00
$10.00 Overcoats----------------------___$ 7.00

do. Thley eatsbe trustletdto ttake, a
proud showing for Mielligast. Not only
was i nceessary for thte t'ontestant-,
int til e tlminarietls 1o do thier best
s0 thlat thte xwinners lighlt be reitre-
senttotives. Nowv thai they are chtosenl,
thsere shold~t be as ]much-llinterest as
ex'er. There is nowx an opportutiy for
the debaters sf tile University 1told
good sets-ice.. Let teamls tnowv le
formletd in ltte Webster, Jeffersoniast.
Alphla Nu, Adlphi, and other societies
ts studly up tile question a110 debat.
algainlst tile 'Varsity tcalls. W'e surely
aseed "scrub" -teamls in football at I
baseball, xvwhy ntot apply te saite
principle io deblating ? Tile advatlt-
ages of suchta course wxoultd not 001110
to te regular tams alonet. As in fool-
ball, thtetuost profltthle practice -t
yotunger player can lake part in is
against tile 'Varsity st~ttad, so in dt'-
batinig thesexvho xanlt 10 get te beot
lrnelice for 'their owvn betiefit shotuld
tneet the regular debaters.
Mummer School Announcement.
Tise Sumtmler Seboot sf the Untivor-
ily will open Jnly 6 and close Aug.
17. 'The courses xiii be as numterous
as in pest years and muth stronger
in the lines of work offered. Thte ped-
agogicol aspects of certain subjects
taught will tse emsphasized especially.
Thus Professor Boman will offer a
teachers' conrs in alg'cbra and geoam-
etery, Professor Pillsbury and Doctor
Itebec will offer some in psychology,
and Professor Scott 'will offer a conrse
In methods of teaching rhetoric and
ttmposition.
The usual preparatory courses wilt

grouptt iicture tatkentfor 1110 Mil'hiltl-
estsiats Saturday.
Tile facility of tse hlaw- tepatritent
of thte i'nis-erslty 1s cstlsittetillg twxo
solo of llausfor 1110 cetnottetitig tel
enltargaenot of thte lawx-htiloiug.
'rhese xxill be hpussedotatita he 11nsext
Heeling of (toe Board of Itegossts.
Tilt' tutsber of patliensts regioletod
att theso is'ili of the Unixversity- Jant.
17. xvas sev'enlysix,-fortvt-fotr lists
anti tsirty-txxo xxotmen. The hosp~ittal
hsas accomnmodtitons for eightty-txwo.
tor 011 "Pot-ostns" fttr the "Ainaericattt
t'ext-bttok of Pathotltogy."
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
137, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Dotroit.
Designs and estimatesnfurnished on all work
of this ind.
$ATHENS THEATRE$
Bob$
Fitzsifimons,
AND BIG
$VAUDEVILLE COMPANY.
$Parquet ----------------- $1.0
$Parquet Circle -- ---75
Balcony------------------ 5
Gallery -------------"--- S2

Students' Lecture Association
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR

SOUSA'S

- BAN.6D!

The Greatest Musical Organization of its kind
in the World. This Superb Band composed
of fifty men assisted by
MISS MYAUD REESE DAVIS, Soprano, and.
MISS JENNIE HOYLE, Violinist
__WILL, BE AT
University iall, Saturday Night,. February 26n
Season Ticket for Remaining Numbers $1.25.
Reserved Ticket for Remaining Numbers '25c extr
CONSISTING of
Sousa's Band --------------eb.-----------------------Feb.26,
Oratorical Contest------------------------March 18
Burton----------------------April S8

Tuirn and Twist
Your montey es yoti may, there's no shoe in town'wi'
sulch satisfaction as this $5.00 line of Enamtel, Box C
Russia Leather Shoes we're selling at $3.98.
WfD. J. AP:RJIL. 119 F. WASHING!

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