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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
Orecn Times building, 329 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MIANAGINGO EDITOR
J. F. TnoMAS, 97.
ATHLETIC EDITOR
11. B1. SusossAw, '98 L.
IIUSINE9S MSANAGdER
0. H. IiAoN, '98
EDITORS
F. L. GnfSseea, '99 L. BULsEn LAM, '9.
F. S. SescoNs, 'T8. 1. A. CAMPrEnL, Wt.
F. A. oemx, '93 . A. CAsssuueL,,'99.
G. D. IHnNTT, '00. T. R. WOOossOW, '98
G. D. JeNeweoss.'09 D.
The subscription price of the Daily is 0.00
fee the college year, with a regular delivery
bere noon achl day. Notices, cammuica-
tiona, and ather msatter intruded ler pablica-
Sloe mast be handed an at lbs Dialy office be-
lare N p. ms., or wailed to the editor beoe 03
p. mi., ef the day pr'evious to that an swhich
they are colpected to apeas'.
Subscriptians msay be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stotllet's Newtand, or
with Buasincss Manager. Saueibers will co-
lee a favor by reporting promptly at thio
affice aiso failure o1 carriers so deliver paper.
'Ill0 ed(itionl of lilt' Daily' is ai p9s04i '-
schlarl'ship iffcrs befor'e 111e "1(12oi
puiiblii', .,a0( cll's hav, leon 111i111
ed and 'students swill bs' 1110 at ll
lfiii' and11 ai (01)' jlt in their1 hauilo.
iloBesit's thlis v gi'nerial dliverl'y 11i11 be
imado aboutl thii t'1y. II you woanl
imoi'e of 111e11 coo o the 1111' y 19111 1e0.,'
Mlaiin ot.
September Meeting of Regents.
7lii' boarid of r(-gio e i oil ii Sot.
1,5. Aiingt'ir'oids'ni ll,1'11i115 pre-'
sidinig 1o1 lie 11rs1 1 is'e. N1ilibo'
.\1llol. :I gl'u:lle 5110l'11 oif OXford
Iniroroerilo. Oils ainted 1111instructor)ii
11 'history' a1 a slarly (f $W)(8. Dr. (;.
Ht.lorbr Ills appintellld cop'iss' (f
th m111ica15'ac'l y ini the1 piii aci off
jros'ide ('0s1s fii' thei waffe f 1)111
'ooiliors oasd othir great fmcen 010)1
1r lVll11 oflorid the I'l112'r017' sa'rlc11
w1ork, oii Emiiionoi 'i'1.a0l 0111
Othelrs, providedi a. ''(onord 1r01om' (o
esta~blished.l
An offlio for thei socri'arl' (f the
aIllnil assoc0iation ssill also be1 ldri-
11000(9 iiff in old ojlol 1101.
Tiii'i' 00e11 *1i11 vie by' 11,), 'oi'e'l
States Bering' siei ('omi io.n 115 'If-
fereil for soaloe 1( a ld ll.'111 lircas ' by lt'
The 10ard v'oted that llie Williamsi
funld olffrid the Uliv'l'eity by1 1110
111ni i asociationl be aceepted(. No
acitioni 1(10 1)01(01 011 lhe roosl 'f lihi
alon'li that 01he 111o110y b10 devoed 1o
thr 00191111011111011 of a1 chir of ollillol-
iogy, to be filleil by Pi'of. J. B. Steore.
At (lie executive' sessonl 1110 regent,
mad t.101 he, foliowilng appolinment ill
1110 hImolnolotillo department:Ill
Dr. C. B. Kinjoil, of Bfock Island, Ill.,
psrofessor of obstetrios a111 gynae'oO-
logy, InI place of Dri. Parml'llle, who
reignedi; A. 11. Elliot, ]101101 ph1ys'ic..an
aiiulnstlructor' in 1100110102,'; E. (le
111111 0001'liel, principal10 of tit' I roil-
illg school 011(1 111(1 'il.
Thoe deani of liii hlomelopic~ii do-
illrfieilt wa00 instiructed tI po001 the
flllowing notice:
"Tile use~ of tobaeco, i11 1111 i1s foriis,

is stricly prohibid in and 11110191thi
bnuiling, exceptI 10 a 10010espcill'
pirovidedsifior smokll1ig"
C.(G. Talior's title woo olnoagou
Sfi'oiii"isuperintendeilnt of 011091" to
"iProfessoir of ieloohlill pri iele"
FOOTBALL PROSPECTS.
The Work, Candidates and Sched-
ule of tile Coming Season.
Haord woirkland111ple00ty of it has be'n
iioine inl getting redy for the foiibll~i
Field neiixt 1)'111rd07. '91d1 oldi'11
will 1remembelllr 0111"dily 111act1ice 01
Somehin(lig ne1w at Mioliiggl. Onl S11t.
1, a1 l t' 1111sw'ho old be11'ttesto1-
with he 'll putiigroin 11pra(t' 011)
is I ids Iis1 1oa'1h1ng'1'he1)'eam.0 11
(1tem h 5 Itolpoi t:1 1111 1(If -ii. Toi
Cos','fo1r 11ry 1111loo trine,sbu1 t111I'll)
hor " : 5111wben.trinleg111e; 100 an-
'C'rnloo looate'drohim,.baIll I ' 117
The 1 mssnil who have1 f hown'lIiis) lior
11ra',ifn1n 1 1o01farllre:o 1afpllrdforLiii'
105lo' 11011 1FredliHagniln,1l9illoi.f
"s,it 11g1Sn00,11100111.19111111e Pin-o
11)1 b'1 ck, 1"ili;''121'' lon ,n dgo'.11-il:
f01o' , q1u9hirter, 136;1Balul, back
111117' 000 osioarr ,iO 140Lhr s',rdf
Ni'; ogfi bak, 160fo Clrk,(11uar1,te'r.
I4oo,;dalo. 'baioko11; Grooeof,end'o
Duff7', 141oni' ('rds. qorb""r,0155:'s
1111101 tack',210111 1b rPell, Thid, 1of
(-Ill,g('1d18,5;loop 010911 iiiaodfor71
e 011 10 alr center , 19 ; hoailo
1110 orli 1, 11117'o111,900,I10 isfbwldeys
center 1a110Captai on (lii.'Oilllis not0
liel ft'o bo, hapirhein,100non,1
(sick1111ithlls' ifeuver.111b'th0110is2lik11
l'yito be 'a1weak gotin lloicii~' b
(ie Ci o new slod011 ifthnd111120).

j.s.BAN fSTEINCO. Wv A 'T CHI-
0OUR WINDOWS eOROnR
F, Fall Opening
E 0> REL'S SHOE SIORE
t t109 N. Ma~nSreet. Opposite
the Court House.
Something
Extra::i>Ks1
Ioatl J Wllingouhtale110of Suits anhlOso
cot.W ogtnot Dilly n extra laroce V. J
limeO, but an extra fi10 assolrtmnent-the veiy r
swollost of fabrics, 111911 up in the )
NEWE ST STYLE'_,S I f ;,
As to tbo workmiansohip of 011r cifilling, we
wish to sathtiat it is equlall ed only lby. the /
best of tailors, but is sold at na1muchd lower
price. 10
NOBLE'S STAR CLOTilINGi iOUSEi, 7N4- l
209 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Before eaving Your

P'hoto's Tak~en

INSPECT TdHE IVORK
...AT. ..

he Berryman Studio
(Snecessor 10 Gibson & Clark)
112 West Huron Street, Ann Arbor.
106.Main t. and 324 S. State St.
HAS. A EULL LINE OF
uoivelsity Iext Boks S e w~d Note Books and Students ~kppies,
All1 kinids of Fountain Pens and Fine Staple Statio0n-
ery and we offer all the Lowest Prices.
Lamps Expressly .o Studen-ts' Use
"The Rochester,"' "The Yule," "Tile Royal," 'The Perfectioni,"
"The Berlin Stndent," all iikle plated, varying in price from
$1.00 to $,2.50 each.
OIL Every stude nt shonld use Dean's "Red Star." It given a pore
11 white light, i odorlens and does not ehar thoe wiek. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in or cans at 10c per gallon. For
sale only by

DE "AN & COMPANY.

214 South M~ain Street.

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