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October 21, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-21

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College Year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFICE: Times building, 329 S. Mate St be-
tween Liberty and William Ss.
MIANAGING EDITOR
J. 5F. THOMASx, 'l0 .
BUISINESS MANAGER
0. 11blowS, 'lb L..
EDITORS
11, . Ii.Sausn, '98 L. Athletics.
E. L. G~ASM, '9 L.- - - Monday
BUTLEiRLsAE, '5, - - - Tuesday
G. D. IltfisUT, ', - Wednesday
. K. WOODRO5W, '9, - Thursday
A CsurnLL,'9, - - - - Friday
L. A. CAMProlaL, '00, - - - Saturday
The subsriptiun price of the Daiy is 2.0
for the culege year, with a regular drlivery
before non each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended cr publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily officbe-
fure 0 p. in., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. i., of the day previous to that on which
they are espected to appear.
be flesftit TeDal
office, bYrs rtoft'
with Business Maager. Suhriers will co-
ler a favor by reporting promptly at this
office anv failure of carriers to deliver paper.
InI the TYcreS telescope the ' Cuver-
sty of Chicago lhs secured a miost
valable aqisitionl and tise' exeiss
of today are a fiting husur 'oit s d011-
1)1?. lihe'university isto esgrau-
iated oin its gssd fortune.
The pracice at tRegets' Field tis
iftcoo wit lbe opens and it is ad-
isaible that as many as possilse
shitiiul310thisre to create a lttle e-
-ilusiaslm. The Oberli gaiie solm-
ises to ho one of the hiarisst of tle
season al d.notisig hat usay help
Mfichtgssii win sosuldbelss1.ft tnsois.
College politics re just nossr iides
stll swviy andso90far asoajugent
san be formued, they seemhi to be lillrk-
eii by an absents of te dark lantern
,acties lisi hsve heretofore tmarresi
such esitests. This is iproblbly sie
00110h fact that '97 tils grtduated
more' than to aly oher reaso.
Mlichiganennsian lBard Orarnize.
The Me~iganeisian Board met for
the first titus yesterday afernoon tr
organizcaton anti to diseuss lanlls for
te '98Sannll~. 'J'le oficrs of tis'
boai'd areT. 1. Woodrow, '8, siansg-
tig edtor, F. S. Simons, 9, assista nt
manlaihginig editor, L. L Gisiter, '98
L,. bnsin'esosiaager, ansi 1.I. 'Tnr-
ner, secretary.
Ths'eoisttutioin drawsyli p 1111d1re--
otnisenied for adop1tiol by tes last
year's board was adopted after a few
tumror changes had been 11m(1. Te
pubicationi'to now a. cus'aination of
lte three frmer annual: Gastlian
of the literary ansi engineering deulat-
ients; 'Palladiumi, ;the fraternity ai-
nutal, and Reso Geste, of the lw d-
plartmtent; and space in it wil now be
divided as follows One-fonrti to the
fraternitie, one-fourth to the law d-
partmnent, and one-half to the literary
depaatment to include the organiza-
tiens and general university matter.
Tue fraterities, law department and
literary department each 'have four
editors on the board, and lie officers
go by rotation,
Paul CGazeneuve in "The Three
Guardonen"at theAthens Theater
tonight.
Miss Allie Deffzen l11 S. Adams
S., Ypsilati, Panite, Dance Work a
Speciality.. 23

S. C. A. Lectures.
A ' bsare' assosnesien list.aleady
Ibes'nsissde' ofaisessries of Iciunres 111501
the .sssiologc1oless'm to be given
u'nsdr lihe'ausics of lihe S. C. A. 'hist
notsice' low ssumes11i' deitnite fsori.
'Tis le-tures wil ie six in 'nubsr.
T'hs'forlei-strers, iProf. rlaiis C.
'fo-sr, iss Jn. eAdams, Ws,,siington
Glladesn sansd Myor:Joies, of 'Toleso,
tieaslit asseus in ltsir sisiialfiess'
of work. Atasty oiler 'Weseri colleges
have tried in vain to 'bring their t,
their hialls. Thbe fact lsthtresisen
Itarden, Of 0the. C. A., vistesditie
Chicago 'ommo~ns last snume ansi
beameis'issrsoially aOcsttihsd wits
these sisinst icrssslisgts, as-issins
for 'thsir ettte oillinguness to apspssr
tefore sn Ansi AbIor ssudienuc'.
t'rof. G ratii Tyor-iosnducts st so-
ciliistlemniniC(hiscsgs. Its'is tins
fully qusaliiesi to speak fromis this pil-
ital sise of soiology, ''he sate of
his appI"'aranlce will be Nv. 20. is
louse Nasiass, whoishas chasrge of list
HulIIouse, (''itiago, wisildk frsii
,iss womans51' point of view. tHer le-
tWres wilt be two iiinnsmbr.
Wa'shsinigton (Glasissen, f Couibullss,
Ohio, wilt also dei-tser twoIetre.
H~e is ' aosopislistroraor- -an(
schlsar, anid his taut will give tis'
studsets' sde of tle questist. Psre
reassni andslItheoiy ssil iundoibtsdly
snook his stieraisess. Mayor Jsones, of
Tots-do, oiltlressn'lalHis-businesmail's
vis'w. Mir. Issies 'is mlayor, sditor of a
druy apesr 11115 ow-ter of a large shot
factory. lHs has aplitedi ens-vont
isdeas i is bulsinss ansd bss-omse fais-
0o1s for hito ideas ott socioloy.
All of Oeseietuies wiltle deivsr-
esi -before hs' holidays, exet hoss
by- Jaile Nasass. Tim first leture is
given ty Prof. Graani 'ayisi. :he
S. C. A. hs been to consisderabdle ex-
pense ino prepring tilsCorsi; the
travelig exenses of tse speakers
roust also be paid. For this reson a
normstial fee sot 50 cents uill be cag-
edi for hs- 'ntire course of six letreso
et'nroew'iihhwoii be given in .\ew--
berry hali.
'Varsity Practice Yesterday.
'Vursity pralciice 0w00 Igiihldeiibe-
hind closesd gaes yesierday. 'hre
seemed-sIto behi' t iproneiset 0er the
wok of thsesday before, unless it wso
in the iteerenc, whichs got satoess
quiked and had moie layers iii its
foumaiot hlan hleetofore After ate..
tilt practiice, twenty minuutes-so-sit
aganst the scrts was givnnbletieti
sedthe lplay u-s eveun. "'PtllBe-
iugr Awoosters' frouuuDetroit amd
'layedl ticike onth ie scrubs, and to
getlier with Cachi Stvenson at gurs,
gave the 'Warsity hine the harest tins'
it has 1ud this year. Steceto work
at thre ther tackle posiion was also a
feature of tthe srub teai's uplaige
The 'arsity tried sone ews'pay for
short gains, but did not show any
great strength. Practice today u--il be
epen and it Is probable the Normals
will -be ovetr.
FOR RENTVey desirable ouite of
rooms with stationary bowl with lit
and cold water; lut water eating;
bath, Inquire at 439 S. Division t.
DETROIT, filcH.
Makers best finished
U. of NI. Flags and Fraternity Emblems

3zefore Havin2g Your
- .INS7FECT TdiE WORK
PĀ±hoto a Taken - ..A.
The Berryman Studio
(Sunccessor to Gibson &- Clark)
112 West Huron Street, Ann Arbor.

ST. THOMAS
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
CONDUCTED BY THE
s ISTEBRS
OF THE
MONROE, = CONVENT
Piano Forte, Vocal Culture,
Mandolin, Guitar, Violin,
2 Banjo, Harmony, Counter-
point and General Msusical
Theory. Stuely of Harp,
ADDRIESS,
ST. THOMAS CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
ELIZABETH STRcEET.
NOTICE.
There svill bs-a imeeting of His' Mich-
g. anensian Boai- th lis afternoon sst
4:15 o'clock, in theomn 9.

GRAND OPERA HOUSE!
YPSILANTI, MICH.
Monday, October 25th,
A Comedy of Yale College Life, now
running with enormous success
at the Globe Theatre, Lon-
don, Englarnd.
MISSRHANCIS,
OF YALE.
With floe best comedy company
travelling, including
MR. ETIENNE GERAROOT,
As Frank iStayner, the Yale Student.
Every Student sheuld see this Comedy
of Yale University.
Teleplisone C. W. Riogers, Ypsilantt, for re-
served seats, Saturday mos-ning.
Special motor wililswait until after perfoenm-
ance before returning to Ann Arbor.

Stvdents LecIvre Associatioo,
FORTY-THIRD SEASON.
THE UNIVERSITY'S GREATEST COURSE.
SLATTON GRAND CONCERT CO --..-.-Oct. 30
HON. WALLACE BRUCE.----------------------------------N1Vov. 5
DR. FRIDTJOF NANSEN-----------------NO.16
HON. ROBT. L. TAYLOR, GoT, of Tennessee----------Dec. 3
LELAieD T. PWR---------------------Jan. 22
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, Chicago Alumni Number - _______Jan. 29
SOUSA, AND HIS BAND------------------------------------ Feb. 25
ORATORICAL CONTEST-----------------------------------March 18
HoN. J. BURTON---------------------------------------Aril 18
Season Tickets, - - - $2.00
Season Tickets Reserved, [Extra] .50
SOMETHING NEW!
Those Hat Bands
-------AT---------
Cutti ngw Reyer & C

201 anid 203 South Main Street.

- Ann Arbor, lich

SHOES SUCH AS SOLD BY US
They areithe luxuries of shoedomn, the "elixir of life' to weary feet.
It's unjust to your feet to do without them.
'WMl. J. AIPRILL.
fi9 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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