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November 03, 1896 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1896-11-03

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

* Students Oversee Elections.
There is to he a iiew feature intro-
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) dernsg lured ini the count ot allis Isn Sal
the College year, at Frauwisco oil electioni night, which is
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. it inoox m111int for ipurity in piie 11
OFFICE: Timses building, to S. Blain St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts. for 'the leoIrial solerv'isioo of elec-
- tioii u torns. The serv.iees of in equal
MANAGING EDITOR
.. F. Tnolwss, 9t. illul~leilr of studilents fi 0111 111' 1 iiver-
- o~ ily lof Ca~liforniia andsifromliSianforli
BUSINESS MANiAGxER
~. ~. I~~-o. 9S. Unive'rsity 1have ileenl seuredl illact
is clllks 111d lidslon111thie nigh llo
EDITORS 11111tio1. Tillstudlelnts will b i id led
E. L. GEISsERn, '98 L. 1. 5. aso, '98.
B. B. iMoEnass'N, '1). Ii. 1B. SmnnaMAN, '18 L. intlo sldhioef dabout 211 each, eaeli
F. il. Lomis, '9S. H. HI. CORIN, la.'9. 1111dcr itie clanlillilliofii 101111ain, 1w111
C. M.lGREENs, 9. Athletic Editor.
____ ~l~s3at1110 11h1reelcororls undlie11hin1
ASSOCIATEI EDITORS w0110c111 s '10l1s.110. Foeli elll 11e111
W. W. lHghes, '1. S. IW. Isibh,' II'Sr 'of 1a district., line -pivateil'is
F. A. Fucik, '981,. Louise Dodge, '991. "
W. P. Iloreill, '10. Bntlee Lanmb, 10. statill iondi 1a111oltheiiffesilsrenlt ire-
Tile subsceiptionl price of tile Daily is :;.t0oo ' shone st'51111111 (I' s, anal111(1 report
foe the college year, 01111 a regular ldelivery fil11 .1 ril~nto ila0l'lrlsl'all. 1110oilake'
before nonO lcilday. Notices, elmmuai-I
tiones, and otlher matter iintlssi111! '11'1 teI lid l hebj14eleyhl
tion must be ihanded in1 1t1tfile Gally '" 'il - i (1110 ls 1 11 ~e'hl
joie 0 p nit, or emailed to the eionr eo
p. in., of tie fday pls's 1,1115to thlat on whiich 110u1'. 'iit l~i'1r111'llreportls lit once'l
thee are explected so apear.
Subscriptions mcay be left 1at TilDiy te 11119 II a11' M~inl, t'1111' Min loT11 h11e
Office, Meye's or Stollet's Ntl'stllnd, or
withs Buainesaslanager. Onoesibers still ear- cl~oll, 111111o1o1111e111111t1Peaciles
fee a favor by reporting promptly at this
office asp failare of carriers to deliver palper.,111'dqulrtl'rs.
Suhscrilptions to lie AthlilticAtsI- swul1115'a511 lr 1119ret altodo 5'wilrls
ch'iloD ar'e dhe, andi "tile laistof theleaissiig 0 taiir cout onlet1111111ion ightl.
iiiiii'tlli,' thalt sure lprev'ent1ieoft1111'1.1111 'slielr" is plidsfor' h se'rv'ice,
tainIiet of li-his, 15 hast. Itis readis re'qu11 llired ni 10olg i lle ii
lhst wehv e 10cjtust been 111 111'eimore iperforme accep''t'ablly cirta in itiells.
or less exilensive footbsall execursionilo 10 l'l1ab1150 311 lilllills fellll S8t'~oild.
Detroit, in see Itle tellInllNsill; titthenl'1, i(I Io idlilllg 515a11aptinsin111121 dli'-
thire, is 110 ole of 510 hut 5w110ca1111a1119'o11011110. ill ienter 1t11e arm~y,
hissohsrilllli f e' ii oil 11'sllll' '99-H igh School Games.
I'l tli-'.iit is liiieilmost dsesirving 111-- -
Lail soisrrip'lti ion re'till'ri'suiltof 1111' fa irl'groundsills 1511'lIy 11ftelrnoonl
the iability of tile colltors Ill 1o- 11111 1111'formerwn a cr e 11o19fi 111 ltI
c'atefe iii'lil whose hllies1appea'ir 01on 1 to . 11119' 111e lhalf ws p layedi , ut
their ii 'isti'd stevr llhorlllt 11111 i liiles111oslg. lilll' sas pr'vdliii-
has .dlso 5 'iwiitot dilay, a01111 os11001' i'0'hthis'110111n911tiii'high 12111015 511tel
who1iilvte-cnet paisdin' tile loles ssiiooe 91111 lll' 'liii'willlli'l0 111d111 ii lir
addiesses 9111' solleclors h1111b1'nhells =1ills 111 111l iick, 'i1111 llnla111ys.
chleto0 iild. Itsvouild greatly faicilii-11111 were hlli lfile ihwnis only mill'(,
scrlied ovotlilliay up wsiholut snlit- O~il i i'bl l alii i ii
ihig to lie approacheid. Aniy oeeof te slsl t ei thei hak
Doiarilof lireellors of lihi'Athletic' +As-5 throulighthe line'. liiT'hegil~e oilliii
snteiatioii will receive osubsripitions. sloi 1511 hnt iiiit'.19
- liiig, 11n111just illoilgil lisatlny vas
Clues Teams. i'xc'iti'dto elause all r141-11 seliooi and
-9'11)stud1ents15to lsokp forwsard its'hl
il h anteeuso galles of 1he1past get inerest to lie result ofIthlii
few' yealrs, soiie eisipute has ivar-glll ''lsril. 'lils'llt'li'
lably ariseia over the qnalificatiions for bs 11'il11'ile-ls sl' o
Iiieniherslilp on lihi'teamss. Tis year thl'eliusiiiiiiinsiipll)to the l~iiss'sily.

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siili te jury If shoe buyers and it's
ones Dy a heavy umajority.tFootwearI
bholnd he top quality. 'Ihle feet can't
stand anything else. tPrices shloldlbhe
loss, so as to keelp the shoe tax wsithin,
hounds. You woon't feel oshoe10
prices. Dot thley wsill olakue you feel
plleasedl. There are no corn growers
like Dasd shoes. Colle t10 ps 1a11d1gel
bomlethinlg that0yoii roll wear youirsel,
inst easd of 1110 slioc soc ing your flot.
L. VCRUN01ER, No ;Mamat

DOZEN7SARF7-77-- -1
ri rnt Caientluehstie
S. Gnts'lurnisersEnd attri-ans
44eSouthtStateSt.,fAnn ABo.
aNoase doeente o.
tha ethercamcdonthe pikde. o G
LelndTPoers---------------------No.3
BostoLades'sphoniOrhestrd atters-------D.
LuthrSLoutnMilStCagoeAnmit.NlA)-------Fb. 12
ImeralQuret-------------------Mrc1
THE NNUADMSIONMENT
Charleses A. san. 21e
Oraeoracal March.19
GE EA DISINTICKETS NO$NSL-Rsrej2he~ nsi Tuea.0 h t'Ple'
dregVE soeSttstetanWh'S leek TorTSIeKETSreeh ~
H aMEisnHNumber 1.00orspnli Sceay

ian e fort sil1be hualle 10olpropieLly'
graidis all studeists as to tliiiir athleltic
standing
All uluagers of lass teams shallod
11and11 in thirecomplainfts aiidlrequests
sonme time today is a inpiuhier of the
athletic hoard ini eider that t11em in-
tere'sts nmay he discussed at thie inoet-
lug tonight.
'The following alumnni were at the
P111. Kappa Psi house Suniday: C. B.
WNootiward. '95, Frank Plain, '59,
WIalter Holdena, '89, G. Fred Rush, '89,
F. C. Smith, '92, W. W. Stevens, '90.

F~ootbsaliliraleice for thei rest of the
wisckswill lie sesrit. Ni)oDoe'xceplt
imenmhers of theu'V'arstty ail Reservs
ini unhiformI, will he aidiiittedin isidle of
tile grounds. This appllies to all.
H. M. SENTER,
WARD HUGHES.
Lot-Between 37 S. Ingalls sf. andl
School of Music, a foathier boa. Fid-
er please leave at the Daily offi'c', or
at 10 Mayinard st., opposite the Schiool
of Afutit.
20) S. Ingalls s5t.-One single rooim
lighted, 75C.
Music while yeu oct at the Portland.

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