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October 09, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Pubished Daily (Sundays excepted) drin
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFICE:t Times biding, 329 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and Wiiiam St.
MA~iNAING9EDITOR
.1. V. Teetex-S, '0 L.
IUSNESS MIANAGER
0.o.L IANs, 'SO L..
EDITORS
11, 1B. SeIteeMAti.'95 L., Athletics.
E. IL. GExossno.'3 L. - - Monday
MsTvsEno As, 'O, - - - Teday
G. 1D. tItuxei, '05. - Wednesday
'. 9R. Wouoow, '8, - - Thrday
A. CAPrntt.i.'99 - - - Friday
1. A(lAMnetL, '0. - - - Satrday
The ubcription prier of the Daiy is $0.90
for the colefe year, with a reglar delivery
before non ecb day. Notice, communica-
tions, and other matter intended fee publica-
tion mst be handed n at the Daily ofice be-
fore S p. i., or mailed to the editor before 3
p.in.. of the day previous to that on which
tey are expected to apear.
Sbscriples may be left at The Daily
Office eyer's or Stolliet's Newtand or
with Busiess Manager. Soeriers will con-
fer a favor by reportigf promptly at this
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper.
'The 11101 swho soy lib: ele ii v i
college'sirit ih1 liii' liiisi-itiiyof
i-iligln is ressetfully referred t
the 111.1s 111et110g of 11a91 nigit. lihe
estbtsieoiil showsn -iwold9 do creit to
oly isitution il the coisitnry. Witi
91uch11backing illiii'footbllsli Otivit
shiould ' onaiiibrokt'iirecordI of vi-
F or too iiiiey yers tie lirlolto
onl the Let-tre titlrevt'1e been t'le111
who hive beenprominetlily beofre tie
Isiblie butcoerning whoe 11)11liy os
tjekert iabut little hsbeltei kow.
Thle cosequenee11110beitnola-
leutnblle failrs; tei let-illers hst'
heror havlieyt'retdldry e"tasytfritin
Miles of tpe-rttenlt'li lolltrlt.
'Tus yer's biord dcidlted erytoli
kils out of t.- pectatctlari Itoisiuto
intl to imake tita pintl'ltioI-liuie iili
for the let-tris whl ouldtiii eci.
'Pie rsiult of hil poliy i o lit) of
is-l,ee-cy 0119' f Wobmll1S knwi o
ths' ord ito bt' oorator ad 1comtl~-
of thehiriiiiiey linytuist 09e.
A New Intrutor.
ltdiiltill of RVtorreit votlltnurn blor.
Air. 1lorriws-ablorniat o I,111, illi
170, anidlgrduliatedlfron Dsl'onn
Uiversiy in 1890, 1111ing92hit A.1. ie-
gree. Fromi l89)0)to 181112 le woo at
('or^eliimakiig tit petll tiniy ofthei
yei'ielcses alldtilntigoets. Ili)'3 hi
and t 'eeiiar unitil 1)9(1. wei eii ntI-
teiludtontiso unitry ant teaime a
Fe'lows-of ernianies 01t(Gornell, tak-
lug lilt Ph. D. in liuee111s.
Dri. ('tli t-Ill iI'hwooi, a grodut' of
ills-i-iis to hi' muori-ed to MtlissH rit
Sits, of the ooiie ity, on Oct. 19.
Christopher, Jr., at the Ath-
nus Theatre Tonight.

ENCOURAGING.
(Continued from first pge).
g "A yell metans lseve rtse ery 1;1l',"
triitit's ant Indueendents, Law anidi
ilts, Meict111399Engineers.oand in
foci. everybiody cnetttd wi the'-i
Ii'ivrity coult lie'at to the adsalce-
li-it inot only of temsiielses hit of
the tuii-ersttr itsl. 1e1"s tsie
deni tport thety idesrvedillii t'tway
Sof attendabetthe lgi'augesi', ytliig
itt. He atoitnei'iithile Ailleic
Assoitioitiwtal.si etttilte extent
of atlut '$1400), rotisedlby irrtin-
cliid for oteltsrrptitin. The rt'slollti'
Sferent fiaterniits, roangilg in aointut
frot$ an o$2li 100, Inliviidtalamoietis
raniginig fiomi$1 t $10 tw-re lso 3wi1l1
inlt'111 lise full $1,40(9aotilrofisei.
A comllete' list f tlllleriters and Ottw-
orriltions wtill be 1)lill) lliedlte sir
During thi'e eigdiuit sbserip-
lion, IHenryClare', ('icoit niter-
s' sirotk pitt-hit of tela ~st tbert
se'asons,1ws tecogniedilliiithe Audii-
"liuest and,1intructei'tl S'yPresitni
Rteichad..-Aidutdefeiniplausciil
wt-ilt-l showset the estemi is-ilt-hichie
is heldlert,le aosent d lsod thot lie
c-snsieredtlthe'recetionitigist-soit.ta
sthilt-lhlithad eltleseilet. Sieking
Chlica~go, hlid solit ws, os itt fuenly
andttl detl hailtt ica5ligo twoullrter
dlefet 'IMit-ligan thianuany 'ot'col-
le'ge.
All le i liii'eieting ws tte he-lt-t
i tile histoirof the AleiclieAsorl-
ttu. ntrudi mt 101entorgng.
Opening Reception of S. C. A.
Thte S.9. A. gve it Hillng eet-
tiontot frt'tlitit'uilst ct-tiing ii Net--
berry 1-ll. Somielt'fottilisia-rd s-ert'
pres'ti'land lpsedi a ilesot eten-
it eitiiny ildl ntl foring lewt
acquallintancte.
01 a.1 "salulatttidi' soiail. Ittrly 1
ing is 'iteirsi' tf lt'e fitloirtig iro-
grant: 91rndl ititili, Iiittutte itoi-
I irtist your pairtneir) intermiissionu. ii-
titdruin s itisttui s)T 'litloi lt, liian11d
oTe FamoTh"eseh ebamr" nd Wlsebdr
by all singing t YlowSald at ue
Inoae 1(. LibfrsetSeAn ser
duriWegtote practicing
roomuldngws formiet u t
TUTTLE'SOot 1, 48iS. Satie St.

Before Having Your
- ISPEC T T.IBVTORK
Ph.oto's y aken AT...
The Berryman Sui
(Successor to Gibson & Clark)
112 West Huron Street, Ann Arbor.
TheNeSte
TelephoneCopn

is nost-equtippling lit AntiArbohtoe
ofth Ilefinest teleishone exi-huanget in1
thie Untited Stotes.
Its Long Dtatnce Stton is elteedy
esttoblishied at the Cook. H-tel, where
cettoctionsocnnnow he utode kthi
the Companuoy's exchanget, at Ypsilanuti,
Monroe, MIt. Cleimense, '.. Choir, Port
Huron, etc., and with Itie enormoss

exchaonge of the Detroit Tileisfolie
Company.
Who New Stole Telephone Comipony
lias co-mie to the relief of telephoneO
ueers twho hove been payling exor-bi-
tout priceo for tswenty years to a mnon-
optily. Patronize the Nesy Company.
'The public 'hao no symupathy for
"sdeathi bed repentance."

Stvdents I Letorc Associatio,1
Single adnmissions wyill be sold for eacih entertainment as follows:

Nansen's Lecture -
Sousa, and His Band______
Gov. Robert L. Taylor ... .
Six Other Numbers_______

-$1.00 Reserved Seat.
- 100 Reserved Seat---
-.76 Reserved Seat---
-.75 Reserved Seat-

-$1.50
- 1.00
-.75

SAVE YOUR MONEY
BY SECUIR.ING A SEASON TIICKE'T
Season Tickets, - - - $2,00
Season Tickets Reserved, [Extra]l ,560
CutAtingg Reyer &CoN.
ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
7 ~7/Plats
' AND
_ Furnishings.
- , tIE THlEM A CALL
201 and 203 Sooth Main Street. _ Ann Arbor, flich
No Matter what you pay for Shoes Here
We mean that your money shall bring you more shoe voice
than yon ever dreamed of before,
WM.T,.J. APRILL.
fig9 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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