THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Pusblished Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
OFFIE: Times building, 79 S. Male St. be-
tweet Liberty and William Ste.
J. F. THOMAS, 97.
0. IH. RANS, '98.
E. L. EIsM ER, '98 L. F. S. SIMONSs, '98.
B. B. METREANY. '99. IH. H. SKILLMAN, '98 L.
F. M. Loomis, '98. H. H. COowIN. '99.
C. Mt.GRoENs,il9. Athletic Editor.
W. W. Hughes, '9S. S. W. Smith, '97.
F. A. Pacib, '98SE. Looise Dodge, '99.
W. P. Morrill, '11. Htler Lomb, 1900.
A. M1. Smith, '97. C. Loll, jr., 99 M.
Bicycle Riders Organize.
Last night tile first steps were takeni
to forin abicycle club in Ann :arbor
which, It is hopced, will brinig s0111
much necded rcformis. The meeting
wits coiled to order at 8 o'clock and
L. D. Wines was 10011 tennloraly;
chiairmn. Plof. Taylor oulitied till
object of the. associaotion, sayingl 111a1
if tile riders iii the city had 1110e 011-
ied influence, they couilsd havceiiany'
plri-Vileges which are now\\ lackinig. The
roads leading 0ou7 of tie city arc ini
very110poo onition, un10111one gels 11010
the coulntrv., ondO even withini the limits
tie r'idingi is often ditlicult. Ie osmg-
gestedi that the orgavization olI
try to ha,' certalinl sistricts seled
in ,wbichlthe sideiwalks coul1d1be' u1sed
biy wvleelincn; and thlat is ciiider 11t111
I ' S ' J$4N5TE Co.
1THERE'S NOTHING LIKE LEATHER,
WHEN WELL PUT TOGETHER.
Russia, Enamel, Box and Ameri-
can Calf art World Beaters,
BEAUS SHOE STORE,
6 N. MAN., OPP. COURT HOUSE.
OlMen sear. gilone of our
Thesotcrptoo rie o te Hll 15t. Ise 010111111rom theiiampuslo itile bis- ' eldomi go by a mirror sithiout
for the college yeas, with a reglar delivey iittlirit lilio itiir smielobeslyerth
before noon echebday. Nined, com1 i Lk s 15 l111101 01 he(o
tiona, and other matter itne o ulc-1t~ sas Mne.$.0te ae-
Lionse bp.hindeormailed tto the editor h aiybeforeofi b1-' commliittee 1was5 lloint1 to 10fraiiile
p. in., of the day poet 100s to that on whichprc $30
thev are espected to appear. al ii (itet1111111anld reported liater, pre- sbsrptos a$b et tTh aiyEtr
Office, Meyer's or Stodtlet's N ewtind, or ti 11 thieordinarv niettioclsof lsof
with Boiness Manager. Suberibers will ion-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this ela tion, 11a1dilnaming thei'organization TJheI P asea...
office aty failure of carriers to delivser paper11. i rbrtceCub n'1-171~1 L.
Au iportanat meletilig of the Daily'11ital fee of 25 c11110 was deeidid 111on.1 Somnething
Board 'will be held this afternloono at 5, tihe'01111 being pints0 lotw in ortder to to see it.
11n Roomn 9, University 11111. Falutre inake til e i111bershipsla r lge' 15 1111-
to -attend will be regarded as a resign- sile. It is5lprotball'thalt t'elassoeia-
1111011. tiOli till eventulally' becomlil'albranchl
of the Leagtue of Amiericanl Ileelliell,
Judging from the 01110 of reserved hut s01110lllllositionl to theidtean lre-
seats, Chicago sems to appltrecate a vented it dec1isionl. 'Tilattt'ldllllle
greait football gameii. Let our otv-i lookedlihke a faculty~ meeting, bnnt iti
students sows a like' spirit nnd crowd 1107 inte'nde'd to snalke 1110ecltub aiin-
the nipecial train. ve'rity affair. Aumong 1111100 present E AD 1
tv ere 1.. D. lueo trots.Stanley, D* R I
Several songrob s a 'lrg Tlonno, Fleel', Drain', Johnson,G
have been received at the Daily office, Caiipbi'll ar.S ieiGotrstrents' mmii11
blot here is rooiiifor niore. Catchy rowShermanllMarlin 1a1111Darlinig. A C A - . -
At the last Harvard-Princeton
game we were told ou7 of the 1,870
studeots, 1,500 wore the
YALE SHAPE HATS
We have them.
$1.00, $1.50 AND $2.00
All Shades aiid Colors.
g nOw in a low crown soft SHat. Ask
RN & CO.
shiers and Hatters,..
yells especially are soliteed. '1110e
will all be printed, with credit, in the
special Thlanksgiving football numnbler.
The unprecedented offer of the Daily
for the remnainder of the year, begin-
ning with the Thilanksgiving nimber.
for olly' $2.00 tosade toiday'.('0111-
parison withially othier college daily
ina the country' will shiowtth1111we
print nmiore lnetw1107day tmall liy of
them and yet they charge f ronm $4.00
to $4.50 per year. If you twant a good
thing chleap here is your l'hance1'. The
Daily will be delivered at youtr '0011
everyvslay for the relll:lnder of 1110
college year for but $11.Snbscrip-
tions may' be left wvith any aulthorzed
nolicitor, at .tieiaewsostands or at the
Daily office, Timnes building, 7)9 S.
.Ntain st., betweenLaliberty anld 'NVil-
Orchard Lake Will Not Play,
Late last night a telegramo iwas re-
ceived froin Coachl Bloomningstoni stat-
lng that the Orchard Lake teamn was
bsadly disabled, and therefore coulid
not meot the Al-Freshmsen on Satur-
day afternoon at Orchard Lake. It
is much regretted that the manager
of the All-Freshmen was 1101 informed
of this fact in time to negotiate with
oilier teams for a game.
Write-Up of Regent Barbour.
The tOracle has b leenlobliged to 11050-
lionie pulbli('ationi1111111after Than~lks-
givinlg. '[lie leaching iketchi is to be'
one1 of ihegelnt Barblour by Miss tGer-
1t1111e1Buck. '1his is5lsesonable'ill
tiewt- of the apprlloac'hig comple1ttionlof
the Woma~n',, Gyminaisiumllfol' which
Mr. Da tbour hisll eso1'm1u11101. Dr.
Wenli'y' will also lhire atvrite u11)andl
pictulre', andt Mort Sinter wll ret-letw
athletics sf thits fasl. A short story'
by' thurl Ha~rrlimanl islpro~mised, anid
thiete together with the prizi' story-
and dratvings bid fair to ma~ke tup a
very creditale a nnuial.
Lens for Chicago Completed.
Till lenis of the great tlescope of
the observatory of lie livcrsity of
Chicago, at Lake Geneva, Wisconsini,
ha~s been icimpleted. after ttvo and a
half years' labor, by Professor Alvan
Chalk, of Canibridge, Mlass. Its focal
distance in sixty-one feet; the extremeS
dianmeter of tile clear aperture in forty.
one and three-eighithn inches, Tile
cost of the glass plates in Paris wtas
$10,000, and the entire cost of the lenls
is estimated at $000,000.
*2.00 gets The Daily from now till
the end of the college year.
Z+±1 ± _omun l __ate ct., .Lnnn.ArbOrr
THE NOBBIEST SHIRTS,
e that ever came down the pike.
1Shos Slined Free.-- - --- --- --- -------Shoes Shined Free.
THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Leland T. Powers___ _______
Boston Ladies' Symphony Orchestra._
Charles A. Dana---------- ------------------------ Jan. 21
Ex-President Hrio-------------Feb. 1
Luther Laflin Mills, (Chiago Alumni Number) ___-------Feb. 12
Imperial Quartet-------------------------------- March 12
Lucius Perry Hills---------------------------- -- April 2
John Kendrick Bangs---------------------------- April13
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $0.00
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS 1.50
SINGLE ADMISSION .50
Harrison Needier $1.00
Oratorieal Coolest .215
TICKETS NOW ON SALE-Reserved tichets oe sale Thursday,;Oct. 8th, at 'Palmer's
drug store, State street, and Wahr's both store, Main street.
JAMES H. PRUITT, Corresponding Secretary.