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October 18, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-18

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGiAN DAILY.

' f - been united throughout oler rolloes
~ ~ 'L1.R4+ (000100. The lonior of bug lbipreidet'
of the soiol class io 0 great that s0
Publlshed Daily (Sundays excepted) during far tis i1s the dilyotfice for whicho
the College Year, at to1le'tiouros (olltoStailts hare arisen.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Protbably the two stronges-t catoldaateo
OrFICE: Times huilding, 320 S. Male St. he- at lpreseut are J.(G. lDiekinson, of bec-
tween Lherty and William Sts.
MVANAGING EDITOR ftitoal W 110 paid .'WS1 Tloooas lof
J. F. TiOsAS, '00 L. fotalta an J. .T msf
BUSINESS MANAGER Chcgs-owatlo'ltitstte
0. IH. HAS,'0 L. 'Varsity' fid anioltrack otto"tlast:
EDITORS sprig There .:re, 'however, isoumor-
11, 13. SootoasAN, 't L., Athletics. rusots h~er rionntiioIn oo"oolers of: the
E. L.. GnoSMEto, '03 L. - - - Monday class whtotlolio'o stronogsuopoport. A nootg
Bu'co~iooLAMe, 'to, - - .= Tuesdaytootlollttrare namedorol:lraook Sioto;
G. D). IuDNotc, '00, . - Wednesday C. tI.IFarrell, . I-. XVlootionsono lod lW.
T. Kt. WotOsoOW, to, - - Thursday
A. CAMrtL,'00, - - - - Fridlay P. 31orreilI. Shool tto'eoenoioooers
I. A. CAMPBEoLL, 't0, - - - Saturday tonite 011 a omanltheyo can Itiriototly
Cotirool to, o'lectioni, btoo as got they
loose takohcio it eitioli towaordI uniton.
The subscription price of the Daily is +ato0 Il'ooootis dlepalrtmt:11 . C. I-torso. IF.
fur the college year, with a regular delivery N.Sasago' aniJ. 1X. F. tBennettarc
hefore noon each day. Notices, communica-
lionn, and other matter intended for puhlica- ment11iiold s possib~le (o'toiolltlos.
tion must he handed in at the Daily office he-
fore 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor hefore 30 :'loe otnly ottior rasso's a~t lpresentl on-
p. in., of the day previosos to that on which thoc inI iopicis are thc Dlrs . gtye 1,lass'
Subs cripls mct a be left at The Daily aitd sopomnore lit. 'io110irot naiioco
Office, .Meyer's or Stofflet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. SSuherihees will coo- 'ils lot yt'bteguto srystailizo'aotl
fer a favor hy reporting promptly at this
office anv failure of carriers to deliver paper. aily 1111 1n'itE5100 l1to'tiolal'.tioogi
________________________________' seral 'perso'ns tso'a oe'o'ei llit'0lol'
Mlichigan shoould 110v1'mire organo- as has-lgagtspiatiottlt.
izaliolts to brieig her stodents in tooteh The sophiomotre's, 0101000 fotrteir
anoher 1'leeshuldbe htlst yeaor's ois en'itons (10000' alretooy
el(cte'd a0 footbttll niitaiogr woitouot in
'0oo1) formedolfrolltit'e stidentls of the('opptosing s-ote 1111n110'hv lniled'lnexl
varioos statessro'pro'so'lal"0 101101thio'bo- oritdgy 00s tho'dIte 0'for fortior oloc-

LIJNTEIRSIHOIES I
1-OF-
' _: ---.-. verry Description
AO LARGELINtNE OF
[\Gymnasium Shoes.
BEA'S HOESTORE,
------c 1ol N. Main Street. Opposite
I the Coin rtlIuse.
FYOUN G

MENS

t

AT
$15.00
$18.00
AND
$20.00

SUITS'f t
Y olng Meli are thte best frientls of the best
clothing store because they are particular
studlents of dress. Tihey catch at a glance
the little differences boetwseeiiootr clothing
aitd tlhe ordinary ready maode.
Double and Single-Breasted Sack
Suits in every Fashionable Fabric for
Fashionable People.

rydeors onod shitoters mlighlt woll forlo
1 rglluicttiotls amontlg tiO' lost-to of
tItfso spoorts.
i'vs'i' stodent sh11000101 itth 111'os10t
of his opplortuitieos wohilo' tho is here;'
lto-ie is jtust a trifle Is be tltee ot-
stile of text-books. Inl itis cotilio )11
soc Svlol to orbe all so cauo 01sipeono
somelt'im0010 ini the il(lelil. 'lTer atr'
a.-'io'o-olo'o-iioiis an10 ('Ort'ottiesi ther Iloo
whic t-it wsill sweli Ito sworti y'0~ourltilo'
00 :.se' a111d study. Th'le outort wsill tbo
oer glttd to aid yootr 111505'g g lls1.
Clans Elections.
('tass tpolitics htase for lie past weok
been ton toll abtsooiiig tohphio of coliset-
stiooiabou 000tth' camlipuls tind pootobl
wil roliilOO 10 boo so far tot '10.1
theso' deptartmlents standlo 0111 oleon,,011
otf senilor ohass oftictots.
Till '(..S lasw c-lass, hltodo toir e-
lion lat ,Saturdaty~ siol to' fotiloslig
110001 wereO honored: tI. L. Tll ompllsoll.
oc Allegant, prtesident; OMils (Grace II.
Calton, first s'ioee totoSilollOt; 12. 1".
Irsoin, st50lit s-it-I pres'ident11 .1. '.
Lawsloe', recorinog secre'o' a ty Wo. S.
'Tosoner, oroi'espoontinig secretary; A.
'I' ('inoolig, treaosures'; F 'Ia. W treelo.
Fathletie ulooliager; P. BI. .Odtiiie set-
geaittt-Glrmis; 1E. '1. Tiggoort, assist-
,ant se'tgeanlt-Ot-armsO.
Feur of thtese, the ittlzidtl lirst
s-ire president, recording storetooty anod
aithletic mlanager, ore Michigan s000-
dents, while tile test are odistriboted
thiroughi lhlinois, Ohio, Inlialto anid
O~regon, otahiug the list of otlicers
quoite reporesentative of 'lie legions
fromt swhich thte loy delsortileint o'
yeies miost of its students.
on Saturday next the gradotoatina
claoss of -ohe literary deipartmnent will
uteet to elect thior officers for their
seilr year. - The senioa' engineers os-ill
unite wyiith them, as these two clasoes,
though of different departomeuts, 'have

Lio0011. As go')this class has 111otle-
oiodo'owhlethier' iho'g willol'ct at o47 t
Whl-,er or liooe the businless ofth
closs coilolotteolb logieoxo'is-e 100111on-
lolllO'0, ss-los" o-lhirttanwo-uood 10r0-
siode tt tillictass 1olilogs.'Floe gen-
eiml senimen('tl ofthe lto lss seems'o
faortcthe laotto'r'ido'a. No asirlt011
tor o' s herellftStoo' e110'got dolt-rooo
o lorlloselso's oidol 100looltloouo' tll
tas nost"as yg e enloiltoltIgl- lotitob-
0110 pooliicriias ofthIis oltlss.
'TIIA'I'C12I1..
'helo e rsio'lioet f 1110'class i(looouo-o
soill, foolr110 the rsenat.bros-idee lct-
selve'soilthoSwo-e''s o"SeondiotlI-iolole-
i.Il.ogliol imtei'," leulol's "iolot
l'tonotnlicititti." 'Tho' closs ?fleetsl
'l'oesdayos andoSFridlays at J..it110011
L. GlEtl1tGlI:sgt't..
F. nit HI\'1-c~ ory odsiraoble suoiteot
roonios witi h s tllto'g owol -wlith ot
an1d0 colod soode'r; bot osotol' heatinlg;
ithOi Inqireooat01410) S. ivson Oslt
ST. THOMAS
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
CONDUCTED BY THlE
SISTERsyS
OF THlE
MONROE =CONVENT
Piano Forte, Vocal Culture,
Mandolin, Guitar, Violin,
Banjo, Harmony, Counter-
point and General Mulsical
Theory. Study of Harp,
Miss Elleu COlaz'ke=
ADDRESS,
ST. THOMAS CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
ELIZABETH STRIEET.
ke,&,i5001
DETROIT, MItCH.
Makers best finished
U. of M. Flags and Fraternity Emblems

StudeDts' Letufe Associa tio1
Single admiissions will be sold for each entertainment as follows:

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

$100 Reserved Seat.
- 100 Reserved Seat__
_ .75 Reserved Seat_
- .75 Reserved Seat_

$.50
-L150
_ 100
-.'75

SAVE YOUR MONEY
BY SECURFING A SEASON TICKET.
Season Tickets, - - - $2.00
Season Tickets Reserved, LExtra] .50
Suits anOvei'co~As
Bought before the recent rise in the tariff in-
sures you the best for the least money.
WE IHAVIE "TH-EM.
Cutting Reyer&Co

201 and 203 South Main Street.

- - Ann Arbor, riich

SHOES SUCH AS SOLD BY US
They are the luxuries of shoedomn, the "elixir of life" to weary feet.
It's unjust to your feet to do without them.
WM(1. i'J. PR.ILL.
!!9 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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