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November 16, 1896 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1896-11-16

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Publishedl Daily (Suandays excepted) during
the College year, at

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
OrraCE: Timea building, 71 5. Main St.
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MANAGING EDITOR
J.2. D3THM AS, 97.
BUSINESS MANAGER
0. H. HAMS, '9S.

be-

Organization of Riders.
There twill he a mleetinig of bieyiclists
next Thuirsday eveninig al 8 o'claek in
the School of Mnsie. at which all ini-
terested ill hicycling are requeted ito
he psreseut. There Ire several iiii-
psortalnt malltters to be consideredl ani
thie stroinger the organizatieoi is, thie
miore it rail hope 1 to tw iamplish.
The iiost impollrtant inatter to he
idisciissed is that of yetling the eoiii-
c'il to pss 5aii trii'liiiee allotiiig 1he
riding; of whelis on the sidewalks
withilin esrtalinlimits. Thislanu has
bieen tiedl in several of our weiteer
citieis and, as will lie shuown by litii's
froinsomeiif thesec, ueis, iitsiss prov-
id to lie-very slices sfuil. ''sspres
ient will ('(onsideir tih esitimeans of
piuttinithle prsposit io iefore lihi
couiicil in giood shape anid it is l1iopesII

HAVE YOU SEEN OUR FALL STYLES'
IN
FOOTWEAR
:- If niot give tus a call.
Beal's Shoe Store,
6 N. MAIN. OPP. COURT HOUSE,
OVECOAs
A PRICE HINT WILL TELL THE STORY BEST.
$15.00
- Men's Bluec and Black Kersey Overcoats, siteevcs
lined with Skinner's satin eiped Pacings. Edges
S A 7' rase or hemmed, Clay or Serge usning

EDITORS
E. L. GEssuen, '90 L. F. S.OSMONS, '98.
B. B. METHEANY, '99. H. B. SKILLtMAN, '98 L.
F. M. Liossils, '90. H. H. CORIsws, '99.
C. M. hoEN,9., Athletic Editor.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W. W.Ilagses, '980 . 5,W.Smih, 17i.
F. A. Fells, '98 E. Loaise Dodg-e, '99.
W. P. Iloreili,'50 lButler Lamb, 1100,
A. aM. Smith. '97, C. Lull, jr., 919IM.

d ist the'h' requesi siniiv tie granted.
Thse subsription price oP the Daily is 02.50
Pr the college yeasr, with a regular deliver'yjtheiicllyclisssill talsconsider
beiore noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and otiser matter intesnded foe publicas- an1 d 111 lississ foirtitlist ri'ielily ft
lion mast he handed is at the Daily alfice he-
oe S p.,in., or mailed to the editor heforec3ln'2essidrpath11toXWhitimnor'eLaske, tot,
p. in., of the daty previouss to that on wshich
thee are esipected to appaar. swhiihs'eisve'ral AinnArbor buisiness
Subscriptions may he lcft at The Daily
Office,Mcee's or Stodleiss Neastand, or list ii. besidles tIe lit'l plruopristors at
with Business Mlanager. Suberibers will con-
Per a asor by reporting promptly at this l1i'iiioi'e, have psromiised sulls.'clls
office any failure oP carriers so deliver paper. i,
Esery junior should attend thic class Liit'5veryonie it'ri'tinibicy'cling,
mieeting this safter'nooni. The ad~age- ss'ltiier iastuideiit orcitizt'n, issiieostl
{ an ounce of preventlion is ssorth asandsieltithue goodi 'ause alousy.
phound1 of core' is a littles'lldy, hilt Ypsilanti Studonts.
it appliletss'ery' stll here,.fTeAnintial TeTnvisy:soitinol~
Ball trouible can be settledi helter n11(155'. . inlit s strioiorgniatfMiii
before lparity'ansimosity and factisonal c onalisi 'iiergncos
lus t isrecently Pistilformted., The
spiritihav'e dev'esllopdtha tca iaiisofthtit'assciatlion ls 10 fosteri'
fewv sveks or mnths later. kidyfeigbtenhe nvrsy
andI the liSate'-Normaisl anet to ec'oui-
The es-Norinal stuldent' pllan for
intelrestitng prosplectiv'e stuldents is aaeNoI - tst pru avne
sloshIes ini theI'lnis'rsiiv A ii'i'iing'
good one and contiains an idea that
shold e arredfarhe. Te tu-isheld stit's'a sis't iifori'soil and
11101110, be s'msrripo'etLifdirtiisrintindsdli
dents from escry city ins'thestt'iiri'lli105 iiiiisit'Ilsli
thie lnsar fuiti'e to iii'iv iitehestiudents
should form ain orgalniationl to see
thlat IHigh Sciso tuiidents mre keplt Oftheii'Slate Noriial t10 hake a eli,-1t
infomedcoics'iiig' hitt'nveril to theliii'lisersity of -Michilgais s'hs'i
infrme cncenin he nivrsiysf-tesisitors willfit' tnt'rtineldlibyte
ltichigan anld that ithey'are' siismmsr- i-,iaon
aged to come heri'. A, coninslius'' IsiaIsb'ein appointeliisl ti
cter -iws'ilili e port1gradteilts155-
The- details of the'Chiciago ganic cistion aitX'psilanii. Thsere lire 11iotiii
hlav't teenlvery ss'ell sarr'anged., The 50 iNoroilies Ill liii-ttnive'rsits'.
difficulty over se-iss that ws c x' Locations of Alumni;
pecrienceed last y'sar sill be obv ited A es ite -,( a 'nhv
by this years11100n111(1the raite of Atcatdini siicin oil Thes' 11111in51is'
$5:'00 offered is s'ery retistilalile, 19' a list ssitli addresses:
lie-csictory over -Northisestern, lChi- 1.51. iAltillulilit',:1ts 'Title' an11.1Trus;
sago has brightenled her liiliecs antd lBuilediiig
It, S. Hstssemmsssp,1020th'ntlls'r tf
aim widlllundloubte'sly hltlut a strong (eislre
gaime uagainstf us. Es'ery'studsenitsiho D, t ('in ese,4l0 u.ili O
possibly canshsotild see the g5)tiiit P."A. Harper, 125W., 11"issingtonst.si
A, S. lHopkiiis, 40.)Atsvoodsl Hdg.
Special Train for Thanksgiving. AV., V.Kerir, .Maruettce HBld'.
-f20 anbIscueIte-Mchg 12 H . Nuethirop, t(ttei'mtHoses-Bldgy.
St 2)10taobe ecired he titiga 1. C. Linidley, 815 iHomelne is.Bldg.,
Central 1t. It. ssill runaisl special tx- W'usu, Sannliharilt, 001 Sehiller Bld:;,
cllrstioi train frolil Ann Al-bor to Ciii- R. ,.12,"MtDoinald, 414-36 LaSaile st.
calgo for the Thanksgiving Day gamie. . 1Melkin, 707-218 LaSalle s7,
The trails wil11lease at J a. 115, stland-l'M" T.' Rossenblalumi,517lHolmeIns,
adlne WendaNv25 11,Bldg.
arctme.Wenesay No. , ad . . (,Slauel-,'10 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
swill arrive iln Chicago at 3:30 Ip. in.1.,herwvilliger, jt.. 1211 Fort Dear.
tRegistration blanlks ran he securred by hurns Bldg.
Tnesday front any lmember offite 0. L.Spanlding, -4th Floor Htine Ins.
Athletic Board, Sheehian's and Wahrs Bldg.
and the \t. C. depot. Flare $5.00 for ~~ Wharton, 611-167 Dearborn 5t.
round trip good on all trains retnrninig
np to and inclndilng Monday night. WANTED-Plain and general sow-
Nov. 30 WARID HUGHES, Mingr. ing at 47 S. Fifth avenue.

1'

Iwicsh meashe

tote at Ot15ti, sut higher grades
otter cloth.

lining, should ers sattin lined, A hone tailor made
garment in every respect.
DEARBORN & CON,
...Gents' Furnishers and Hatters ..
44 South State St.,. -Ann Arbor.-
and see
THE NOBBIEST SHIRTS
th-at ever came down the pike.
Shioes Shined Free.- - - - - - ---Shoes Shined Free..
THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
T Lntm SCCZ -0S 0----

Leland T. Powers_________
Boston Ladies' Symphony Orchestra_________
Charles A. Dana-------- ----_ _-
Ex-PresidentHarsn--------
Luther Laflin Mills, (Chicago Alumni Number) -
ImperialQure
Oratorical Contest______________
Lucius PerryHil
John KendrickBag

Nov. 30
--Dec. 11
-- Jan. 21
Feb. 1
-Feb. 12
March 12
March 13
_April 2
- April 13

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS ",-2.00
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS :?50
SINGLE ADMISSION .50
Harrisons Numbher $1.00
Oratorical Contest .255
TICKETS NOW ON SALE-Reserved ticketn on sale Thursday,OcL 58th, at -aimrel
drug store, State street, and IWahrs book store. Main sareeL.
JAMES H. PRIUITT, Corresponding Secretary.

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