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October 23, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-23

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Publihed Daily (Sunays excepted) during
the Iolege ear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIAN.
OrriE: Timse building, 321 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MSANAGINGO EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS. '55 L.
BIUSINESS MSANAE
0. 11. HANS, 'IS L.
EDITORS
11..It. SKILtLMAN, '8 L., Athletics.
E. L. GImsM, "iS L. - - - Mondy
BUTLER LAMB, '5, - - - Tuesday
G. D liunily, 'O. - Wednesday
T. i. WoosniOw, '8, - - Thursday
A. CAMCDLL, '5, - - - Friday
I. A. CAMrntsLe ', - - - Sturdy
The sbscriptin price of the Daily is $2.5
for the collee year, with a reular delvery
eore noon each day. Ntces, communica-
tions, and other mattr intended cr pblica-
tion must be haded is at the Daily uffce be-
foe s p. i., r mailed to the editor before 3
p. i., f the day preios to that on which
they are epected to apear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Duly
offce, Meyer's or Stsftl4's Newstand, r
with Busiess Manaer Subribers will con-
fer a favor by reporting0 promptly at this
offce an's failure oc carriers to deliver paper.
It is s t e hloed'tha111h11 111I cslit
with thlitea'sk lngsowill 1101 (ecpies-
crt st tic gamle loaly. is'ligaii 11500
wi'll 311d1 nithinig will (sits so mchto s
lril"gaboustssh ils rsiltitasystemaicS
ceierig andt pltylO f it.
Rec'en1t det'elpments ill tis i oeest's
foi'tIllseor ll' sesieley have 111a1(e
tie issue very problslshaticsl. Mr. I.
S. Siml~os hs bees for'csd Intsoe
lght by heis frinslnsd wiltsisake a
risisfour tIllsfice. T'omsian d ik-
iussssclaimsile(ad falth o Ihis':1511 osf
Siisoi's ,upplorers and treltentos
csiibine iagins. hm. Altgesbaei' ths
iaffsir is i as-ery muisded oodtlioli
;wadsthers vil osilless l'esa5!rotstI (11
011011 Ie llssn-ges lsgsthiht tils nitr-
Meeting of Collegiate Alumnae.
The annllill eting of tie Asossil-
tillsof Collegiate Alumnsa sil te lss10d
ini Detroit, Ot. 2 anid 2, ad in ths;
cily on the 0tl.
'Delegates andlDtroi imesbers sof
tiie' associtio'nl will arrive in tieinstl-
lug andtibe scrlesl Is Nesberry Ilsll.
wshere st 10 s'lck Presislewst ists-Iils
will oten the siweetig wills aiadsrss
of welcomies. Dr. Moste isrsll folow
wills an iaddres.Follotig this will
be ,a reiportiof tess' iattilg commloit-
lee, iallotitg for oliests, ant a Ilso r
on -'Tile Protsems of Ocuolaislo by
Mfiss Kae 1Holloday Cagliro. P. D.
tLuiscleos will be serves ini the Wo-
iiw~ s''stytlsii.adith le afternon
gives'ntto strecepiola i the 0 oson's
(yloiasillll by tilt'Woat's tLsagte.
Thle stmassteur tatts of Wfers, te
great Georg'townssprinter, iso tsbe
investigate Novetiber 13, swhen le
wll bie give a pbli trial ia New
York ciy ly the regisration coitt-
tee of the amateur atletic ution. The
evidence against Wefers cosistaai-
ly of letters wsriten to H,. S. Crsih,
of the commnitee,and -iformailoao-
tained by hima in New vEtglud
Collars 1 cent, cuffs 3 cents, shirts 8
elisat the 'Miller Ageny.

Bible Inttute Lecture.
Rev. Charles A. Yosng, of ('hicagso,
has been sectred by ths Bible Chairs
ito csott a Bible institteit AntiAr-
bor, Ocst. 2-27. The corse of lectrs'
will be ts follows:
Stuissay, (Ot. 2, at 7:30 p.i., a. le
C'hutrch of Cislt, Thi",aDivitity of
Chirist.
Missay, Oct. 25 at 4:15 1. 11., ln
Newv'tsrry Hall, Roost 1, 'T'he Aioel-
ypse~t of St. Johns.
Mlondtay, Oct. 2, st S p. I., its'New-
(erry 11al1.,ttsoomit1, The (Gos-I of S.
John.t
'Tiessday, Oct. 26, at 4 1 1p. in., it
Nsewbesrry fHail, Rlom 1, 'ihe Aiocai-
Ilse of St. Johnt.
fTue"say. Oct. 26, at si. i., ii Nt'-
et ty 'Ha'il, Rtossii1, 'The Gsiel of St
Jot.
We'sdnessday, Oct. 27, at 1:15 p.i. il
Newberry tall, Roomt 1, T'ef~t pisties'
of St. Johsi.
Wed's'sltit' sy Ost. 27. a S I. s.. i
Newvbetrry 'Hall, attsitoritttn.Ci1te
Poery sfstlthBilte.
Astmtissionsto iasll tt' s estes ill
be free.
Among the Colleges.
'T-eIHarvardst Crimsoisssi tslisi s As
sotsistest Press sti'ictls.s of te ig'
footbasll gamests.
Psttl Neumsisitith(le wiell kisssas
sssitoniotr. asoetesired tli ive'issrsity
of P'enntsylvania.
'ile' higes salary sf aly sollg'
irftssor is 42,000(. trofessor Stll-
sies, of Esdinburg Univetrsity.
Between-i5ansi 100 ImeCO sie tryi
fote Helarvarsltrack(eami. Mly f
th(ler mti tent ars' slt, but th Ie majorts-
S~y are freshmen.
1001)a1'Witnliey, lt's'eli knowsvn
csditor sof Atmat'tur Athlet'ics fotIlsri-
e's 'tot'kly, is in Sa10 Frsnciseo, ei
lrssiets Siit, w'here lit- till huntlte.
phan11t anth oler tbig gstss'
MIabantls Dttbe, a studten of Wilt,'-
force College, Ohiio, is si nt~. Two of
i'sa brothersasre also ii tils ctunty,I
aldthesithlree-ir"lprplarig lici-
slves forestssoik ofeligtnng
thircsolstrytlc.
'ites sttject for te ale-tiarvr
debt'e istis year is, "esolved, 'T'hat
tse 'nItlesiStattssotl aus thett
laiia ~lliIslandsl." Te fahae will
prtobabstly take let'ealy is Dss't'i-
bi",s's'. tool m(e11 Iefore the qesiol
s-sies utIisate seiae.
Mfititesota elveni=asst isst been's
piet'ansd will Ie as follows: IL. E.
Hasiriso, C. Fitlaysot, t, T. Stiits.
L. Wnkjert'. 1. tInigslls, L. tG.
Nicolin, R..I:. Selsey, L. B. Cole, L,
H. B. Bsgly.IR. H. B. Evains, - Nl-
sn, I. B. Loomi. Igals rihtI
guasrd, 'weighs 240) pottnd;l; Wikljer
'oiler, stands G ft. 7 incIes atd wegh,
200 iponids; ataslStaiti, left gasrs
weighs 19 i)ongs
Al'. Grasger wold like to have ll
stsdents of the University that are
esoisi infg ts subject of dacing call
at the Academy for informaio in re-
gard to the Saturday evening asseti-
hules aiid classes, The adress ora
all of former iembers tof this school
espeial desired. (ager's Acad-
emoy, Maynard S. 21
Mils Allie D~azen, 111 S. Adants
st., Ypsilanti, Paniste, Dance Work a
Speciality 23

Before Having Your
Phot's Tken INSPECT THEWORK
The Berryman Studio
(Successor to Gibson & Clark)
112 West Huron Street, Ann Arbor.

ST. THOMAS
CONSERVATORY OF f4USIC
CONDUCTED BY THlE
SIST.ERSr
OF THlE
MONROE n CONVENT
Piano Forte, Vocal Cuitture,
Mandolin, Guitar, Violin,
Banjo, Harmony, Counter-
poiiit and General Miasical
Theory. Study of Harp,
ADDR1ESS,
ST. THOMAS CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
ELIZABETH STREET.
ADVANCE CtFRDI'rIN (ERMAN.
eocantt sessioti for aslOtm~ent .syf
adtvanice cedsit itn termsan., Sattirdsiy
Oct. 2:,1, 0 (o 12 a. mi., iti Rooin B.
GEttIlit A'. IREN('H.

GRAND OPERA HOUSE !
YPSILANTI, iMICH.
Monday, October 25th,
A Comedy of Yale College Life, now
running with enormous success
at the Globe Theatre, Lon-
don, England.
MISS FRANCIS,
OF YALE.
With the best comedy company
travelling, including
MI. ETIENNE GERAROOT,
As Frank Stayner, the Yale Student.
Every Student should see Itin Coinedy
of Yale University.
Telephione C. W. Rogers, Ypsilanti, for re-
served seats, Satorday morning"
Special motor will walt until fter Iserfoims-
ance before retarning to Ann Arbor.

Stod ts' [tvre Associa ioo,
FORTY-THIRD SEASON.
THE UNIVERSITY'S GREATEST COURSE.
STAYTON GRAND CONCERT CO - -- - - Oct. 30
HON. WALLACE BRUCE.-------------------Nov. 5
DaR. FRIDTJOFNANSEN--------------------------.--..,,-Nov. 16
HoN. ROBT. L. TAYLOR, Gov. of Tennessee----------------- Dec. 3
LELAND T. POWERS---------------------------------------Janl. 22
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, Chicago Alumni Number _- _____Jan. 29
SOUSA, AND His BAND--------------------Feb. 25
ORATORICAL CONTEST ____ ---------------------March 18
HoN. J. BURTON -------------------------------------=--ArrillS8
Season Tickets, - - - $2.00
Season Tickets Reserved, [Extra] .50
Dress :-: Your:: Neck
Just as becomingly as you do the rest of your body-wear a tie that
feels right and looks right. We're going to help-you
out on this Tie question.
See Our Window. THREE FOR ONE DOLLAR
Cu tting Reyer &Co.
201 and 203 South Main Street. - Ann Arbor, rlicbs
SHOES SUCH AS SOLD BY US
'Ihey arel the luxuries of shoedotn, the "elixir of life" to weary feet.
It's unjust ho your feet to do without them.
WflY[. J. APRIL.
di9gIEAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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