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December 01, 1896 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1896-12-01

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

f ~- tota1 of 632 paints to H, and tkakt e010-
f of tu + P a . fort fromn the tarts.,
eunblished Daily (Sundays excepted) daring LELAND T. POWERS. 4"
the Coeebvear, at L_____
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Second Number in the S. L. A.

A GOOD CASE
wins the jury of shoe buyers and it's.
ours by a heavy majority. Footwear
should bo top qnaiity. The feet can't
stand anytingelse. Prices stiouid be-
low, so as to keep the stioc tax wtthtn
bounids. You wou't feci our shoe

otrp:Times baildinĀ°,1i9 s. siam in Strs. be-pe{\ai. h
tween Liberty and William Sts. ii' 'E . -,4 prices, bitt they wilillake you feei
MANAINGEDITplieased. tere are no corn growirs
towes. faor-/ ~ ,~ like had shoes. Come to its mt~d get
3. F Teset, it. ils~i5a ..i.j'iv1 soiettitogthttittyoo cant w\car yourself,
BUStNE SS MANAGER ite' wit vlt -ittutirura, wtIs -grietri Id
o. H tig tiitt't('' ilvaaiy ttinistead of tthe shoe w-eartog your foot.
E.Ln ESE , Ln .SMN,'5 ;1,adb i lctlu B.aMtHE-oAss'.'its. i.B~. siAt, 'itS L. tii'vsiiiitili f liiieichavacti'rs of 'tlora
It. lM. Lutosus, '9<4. t1. H. Coawi's, '991 f'11liti'-"suce d.i a dig ; a yI
Ui. Mi. GiiEcN, 99.Athtetic Editor. sticie i iiii i ttt
to his piitiit~ity. IX11% to-zersa t
ASSOCIATE EDtTORS itiibtiiii'byi1-1. Ii. i.'ihtitttt, ties)-
W. W. uchra'.'S . W miti, '5). dilitlofteS.LA, idrvcvdal j
Fi. A. Farth, '98 E. Louise Doctor, '9g~.'
W. P. Miorrill,'98. Bititer Lamb, 1000. eilttliusiaisti i ratriolli.
A. M. Smith, '97. t. Lait, jr.,9M. .IO C tille " as rec Iii y
Mtr. to- ir, is-a-. -ai-ci frvli ttht 1
-oiiirity- f thia tamBatte failittlius by ARE $18.00
- Mir. E" tI.Sotitevoi. tutuis dividitot
Th usrpinpieo h al 5fr fo the ciilete yeari, witihfamregular dlvery tireeiact. Tlir iiistidu iat' clitivFine Ketrsey in Black anti Blue.
befre nooeachiday. Notices, commanica-
tiens,ad other matter intended toe pabtica- tictrstoli trsotl lltivvre AdamoHut- .-snle stitched ,double stitched
tiemi mast be ane int at the Daily office be-a
foe e p.em., oreailed tothceai edtitbeoe d irsirhareiedlli-,11; ~ >i
p. M., at the day previous btiitat onewih adrwedeiutis rgti
they cc cipeeted to atieti. . 11ia- , li atid roseliedge; cutr:just riglat in
Suscitinsmy se left at Tue Daily Ittal(lengthiittmaitelawithtithe5)same
office, Mieye's of Stotilets Newstieal, a "i'-iii nl yAdlne h
with business la ae. Sascribees wilcoml- ' iiit;t~tsAtli'
fer a f-voe by reporttng peemtlty at this ,Ii t; [ ,( e- ite t 1ctrvantcorecnet oftheles
office tiny taailre otcarriers to detiver paper. tecae andcorretnessof th bes
_____________________________stttny: ~ilitItu itti on ictt t i-cllu ( tstom work.
A titdrel0ritIo altratittetiot.; itecamil retItettif1)tt he lii' ialtuys A: Witet-htt We have cheaiter ones if yota
tutitossliit liviltio li t htthevbntorsi, het. li ut (lor.le g, it iltiitl at1i iIwant thens; cut just as stylish.
Opera Httttse theiiliii 10t'slly iight litod C 'Ioft' I 'Ittutit i, aiedt it of Ibut not tis gootdcloth.
becore , rt'111,111ktivio-ing,000s 0anit In;tiil'a.
itiditigedin 010 t to t'til a'itiiYl ititmuse ' fire' to-t1.3- its iitifttldtel tl, of a
meet of toseigti t d, raii -Roy a t t hit' silen1~b etito-oss-l itt'tlivoit's Stto)' tilitt Hois
attissit t~ rsi f ttli' ttg, Itt'' -.l'iittvtt tllt''y itOVERCOAT.
pr-ogress tlit'oiiglt t .pIt pelrilnirttheNreuti hewr otelo 1
effeert that 11 VT1 W E E K S ilaeras noit' htlitltivtt-- Illietai ttiltt-a t. i tlI111,-ti ttf ei -'-Y.,
potiatimts Itote faiteof te oli eilt~ltv ir tt;l Iiiu 55-a ttv it-It'd Ity It' Sltg
tlttitl-itt- i S HIRT SAL.'E-
t 1 en sh ws e 81(,, 1)itnil i hisli-te
)Xttrligaiti Its 11ito tl~lii 1101liia tllt Those Nobby c$1. 50 Shirts are now 98 Cents. Don't fal
attooiii;o mk flte-eul f Al-f h -1,1ace - rm ; '1 1 y to look over the patterns.

'irttui'y us sersuved,. FI l te-dtectt 1 ltitui ttttt'la it'hat'1( t f tatti st-i
by 0110 tutuiit is I,(),t tilt iq vldi t eve a55 .ttt itthe.os If tl'lS t y ltMr. tov.. s1-4 0ffon any
Datvis.
rieortioitt hi t tlitit, 1i111ittaiitliti____
the' 11ifotlt ii' t'ittItig, is'l I.us-ol Outing for December, D E A R
ejoiv. Ofithei'foiuit'lealdittoeus-t) ('lt 1l h foiiealtitibe'r is onetf lt
to hit' (tttl1ts'ut.11: 1 'hiagt. 368 to at itazinei. tiev'e' lift ha' ti'tsi's. I THE AN
her u oppotnntl (ii; Nail)hwetern.t'i,147'h ubrowl;\il 'eos
Cross.~ a powor'i'ifill stiorey'of'thitetg'
tou tier tuisitiiu'uts 4liii Wiseonsiili208ttoitt luisTt iiug'istile19r ll. 'This i eot'af
11it' opp nnstui'la 8-. 'Ailti iii lt', itl it' test Iitigs itt' it. ina t halt hlis
thits i'attittau'suu. 'Iheii I'litttltshipIht i~tti'ii''ilItor lly -a idy. .k se'conud T 1

V-Tw SADIE T
Hat in the Store. Popular Brands it-
cluded.
MNTTAT A T TTNV.1TJ1WfriVrT

AA

IN JL
Lecture AssociaEioa's Course !'

qnestioti is lift in a hiuddbled'ucutndi-
tioms andall attttteits it stilling it
ari'sniare ti'e outc'ometoflocaliprejut-
dicnditprtiiuT' t hatha'tesult of stia'e-
umeuls batsed oi ftacts. Asltio tto
:iiiigam-(lii'tmga imeti, 'liu'tgoashls,
lt'romigiut thliii'hsleseriasoni, aliuor-
misltedtfroin ahianipiomship toma'tademiy'
focus amid.on lThankmsgiing Day', she
isapipeneul to be imitime for'mme'rricoiilt-
fion. tlerselmlerger's "big roil leg"
did -the et. We did mot, like lime tieked
small 'boy, stand out in time imiddle of
the road and yell "wait till I ketch
yon agin," bnb we point to a record of
three victories to two defeatn and to a,

v'atmititte sitily-,timd a gooaonetimest
"Zimnto," ity' 1'. Munni, who Inocs-
tt lii'esi-oiltedIi'll thelb'cuistomus if thea
Indmoltms ambout Gre'ttStltversikett~.
Nottable feattis-otf the short mmnd
itcs'st ldeptirtiiemits itt': "Httres atmut
Httrmo lutim,"iby EaM. 11. Stoutly's
"At the Topi of Emurpe," by'E. 11.
Alta-ire; "AtmericamnAmateuri'Athletes
of 't96l"lby AV'. H. Curtis; "CGolt in-
Amuericas to 'Dte," by Price Cutlies',
ammd "Rtsciimg Srmooner's,"bt iny h!BH
Ruhtnrd.orl
Chapel attendtancee at the University
of Chicago tins been niade conplsory
one day in time week,
$2.00 gets The Daily from now till
the end of the college year.

Boston Ladies' Symphony Orchestra.
Charles A. Dana-------------------------____
Ex-President Harrison..........
Luther Laflin Mills, (Chicago Alumni Number)-
ImperialQure............
Oratorical Cnet...........
Lucius PerryHil...........
John Kendrick Bns........

-Dec. 11
Jan. 21
.---- Feb. 1
- - -----Feb. 12
___March 12
.March 19
. -_--April 2
.____April 13

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS :52.t)
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS 2.t)
SINGLE ADIIMSSION .50
Harerinon ENmber $1.00
Oratorical Content .25
TICKETS sOW ON SALE-Reserved tichets en nate Thnrsday,:Oct., th, at 'Ptainem'a
dreg store, Stale tr-eet, and Wahr's bash stare, Main street.
JAMES H. PRUITT, Corresponding Secretary."

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