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October 13, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-13

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundlays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Oricn Times building, 129 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, '00 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
0.11,. HANS, 'IS L.
EDITORS
il, 13. SnILLMAN, '98 IL., Athletics.
E. IL. GEISMEss, '913 L. - Molnday
BuncoE L~nn, 'O, - - Tuesday
G. D. liuNUTT, 'IS, . - Wednesday
T. R. Wosloow, '5, - - Thursday
A. CAMPEsea, '119,- - - -Friday
T. A. CAuProni, 'O, - - - Saturday
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.10
fr the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be-
fore 0 p. in., or mailed to the editor before 3are
p. inem., of the da dprevious to that on which
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
office, Meyer's or °Stoalet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Subcribers will con-
fer. a favor by repsrting promptly at this
office anv failure of carriers o deliver paper.
'Phi' registration ias gistin ini today's
croakers is not lsto isselize,d 11111 thai
31 lehih ns a Iseuilasi's' is t 110 thei ldie-
etsi'. A gaini of lit' is qu1ite a fews.
''ie uinifoi'mi iniiretase ill 11(1 deilrl-
gossini t meocl adiiir'en issoi lilt
touts wllliii be ii soo si thudd. Ai
figtuies, It'e 1Da111 will gist a, '0111
llal'lis' tilet of (t' atteililir 't' 1
t' leadinig uive-trsliies 11n tilietco11,r'.
Dr. Gombergas Work in Europe.
lAi llegeil opers loin thg rs'snies is e
dnusa li istrutortti in torgaiI
cheistsry', ifter lilt a1lll't'e of iii1r1e
seini'stt'rs for s11111y ini Europet. It.']
wtill give, tti tchotst'n stibje,ts tt ad-
vailt-st studets, a shioit ls'rli cors 1tl~t
in ih' lfirsi si'metesr a1111 a liger soilt'
his eotssall lllllttlatory Is'aithing. IllsI
51t111ies ablroadl hasv' been ftri'wI sem-tll
s eterl at lleitle'rg, wSith1 origitil re-
sar'c'h thlroughouitil at 0 bot aiseisilies.
ils re'se'arc''ll iiiMitnitch lit' has pub-1
thl subjec"t. ibting thei ltl711t11ijon iol
Tih' last: niuablt'r tof -he (1 -'s'aii ('11101.
lt''ig's lil-lacit of a 11ew t'511155111t tf]
wtilhi lit tll'51111't'l its ai restult of his
re'ss'lli atl llt'i'elberg.
Washington Did Not Slug,
D~r. Williait 'l'lolnlsoil, tiltirt' inl
says' itat lt'e re'por't a111011 Ittif-Baek
Walshingtonl, of Obe'rlini, being rult'd
off for slugginig, is untrue. Oils of 1111'
l'itidu line men. 11111Wls 111105 offt gil thr
ss'condl diaif for' iroughnless a ftt'r slit
ball hasd 'beost tfawied. The10 besi of
fs'eliig pres'vailed. 'tIsliiigtou' w'ill leit
lenibered is Oberll's rtrese'ma-o
SLive hsere ii rile Oratlorical eoulesI his-IS
'Phere Mill bo a mneeting of lst year's
'199 footbiall men in Roonm 9, Iuiversity
Mjall, Ibis evsuing at 7 o'clock,

Communication
Elitor of tiii 1' of -.. 1Daily:
tDtar Sir-A lhrgrapsiinIla1t11 33'd-
nltl'13s )a1i1y'sggess a lile it f"r
It'r tght liog this'sami.ht'.1
5115 st1te11that it wsF11not17tie 1purpose
of tits'(, osd i s'rlllrn I Cl ots in1111
gle iii ollt'gt' iolitis for ferth11t1 the
'hitilwouldisdeRgenerates'inoa.t lire ito-
litleal mie;t'hiat stdets must
55111 ii after glisliatisli t) apply1 Ills
Its'citiigs of this orvi'5tliatitsi. -Nw
truthlis isfollo''tl113'1111eror 5st 111l1
11111' 111a11tle Isrong illerlretlltio~sts1
lat ts'egiven~ to tlie' w'hole.
It is trtue'11111t i'tie ll) 118a1 1111
511g11, not andtl will lit eter Coleg'
tbels stil111)1ot ue t iiritl'iet' to
Iroilnt i 10111' i'ollge polsiics.
'liT'e' etil not wait ti 1ll fte' grWlli-a
tit lbfore5'beginingl tig 0apptly lt'e
tehigs ofthis c1111). (Of Istilist'a
IilgI' 11111tf tilrt' 'tb's ss'tr sill i1,111
110 'beringlgcoaeisge lift, bt hnoisr
inte~grit113'aindgootdbutsiess met'hIos
i e things for sw'hilh 1Se'ogtl t
stand thilin ll e anilsou it.llInflt'l r
flrtaIs woirkl lon" simiblir line-'sr'.
Withlihis iteail indthit'G(oodI (10-
1d111y of its tnentlttrs 's inivids sIs
and11 t diss'oulr'g'the'i'ir 'se y oers
ili ever'y hntaetliway 13. 'I'his mieanss
1103.5NZO A.-bl).t35
The Far mrn and the University.
It has long l'entIlls' ire.11sof Atitg
I'rt'sideiit Ilutilns 1to 1111e0tLes t
551 81173,111 iot.>giiispoesrhm
1111o 'closrssslactIwiti tis' fi lies
lihrtsughot t'slls. Eelry ' sitlle 1
fiamie's ilisliiss is bldinit ie aei
counity f teslite111'nd it is istof
llstsiis' 11la1 1o111av1'adiresses nmtte
1515111tIses' tl'l'151015oil sbljet'or
kindred''t itrest. Withlis111idea il
sit-thle stillliai'e' t'll proessrsret-
1toeetus's, iilkingtir111y3-ettttils'st
'Te following is a list of those areay
chosen'lt w11tht'irtsubjetts:
P'rof. H.. A. ilI'slel'."Thie Rl1
Stchtatl'; 't'tf. 3. E. ('oo1o3, "Heinhg
"Who arethsit I''li'trs"; trof. .1. I.
t'e 'iillililis'IIsiund": tro. . .
'T'homlsoi, "'131113 English Fnnllig";
Pro. H. 1. (Krisat is''.lgitniag ntl
l~iglstiiig os",rtof. H-. 1. Sald
lisg, "Foresry." T'litastet'11,11l01
tgistllte st-will miake t e sits' e
iisn~sty ithi t111 insiltes fo tes
Glee, Bano and Mandolin Clubs.
Alli tX151111111011of l'iittlbills5forth le
Chubls still be held toigtinIRIoolm 24.
at 7 otlete. All sigers ndh play3e, i
ll depairtmets18are srgetd to toiie andt
he1p111 e n s e ar 3's i"eubs as a 5e1'ss.
Buy a good looking
"UJ. of M ." P±ir.
ONLY Soc.
WM. ARNOLD, jewelr

_. e

(7 i j~~E10

WATCH.-
FArsLL Openfing
DEALS SVOE SIORE
1Ol) . Mnin Street, Opposite'
the Court House.

YOUNG'
ME4NS
SUITS'
You~ng Men are the best friendls of the best
clothing store because they ae particulat'
studenits of dress. They catch at a glance
the little differences b~etweenl our clothing
anid the ordinary ready made.
Double and Single-Breasted Sack
Suits in every Fashionable Fabric for
Fashionable People.

AT
$15.00
$18.00
AND
$20.00

Stvdents' Lectvrcssociatioo,
Single adinlissions will be sold for eaci entertainnment as follows:
Nansen's Lecture - _____$1.00 Reserved Seat - ___ $1.50
Sousa, and His Band- __1.00 Reserved Seat- _ _ _.-- 1.50
Gov. Robert L. Taylor.._ .75 Reserved Seat---1.00
Six Other Numbers .7 Reserved Seat----- .75
SAVE YOUR MONEY
BY SECOURING A SEBASON TICKET.
Season. Tickets, - - - $2.00
Season Tickets Reserved, Lixtra] .50
C'uttingg Reyer &Co.
ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR

AND
Furnishings.
COVE THEM A CALL.
_ Ann Arbor, fltich

201 and 203 South Main Street.

SHOES SUCH AS SOLD BY US
Commend themselves to judicious folks by virtue of their ab-
solute goodness-caused by close scrtutiny of leather, of style,
and of making-of their certain saving-caused by shrewd buy-
ing, and quick selling.
71 WM.T J. APRILLZ,
r.I . 1l9 'EAST 'WASH INGTON STREET.

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