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December 15, 1896 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

T f of t dent whTo t most has -spent tour or
f g f 110I-t~3 five years :here. This point,.was dwelt
upon at length by Professors Kuou'i-
Pueblished Dally (Sundays excepted)_ during ton, Pattengill, Mc(!Laughlin, Stanley
the Cullege veer, at and( Dr. Fitzgerald.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. -
OrraCE: Times building, 71 S. Main St. be- Cornell Sun'n Troubles,
tween Liberty and Wiiiiam Ste. ___
MANAGING EDITORS In till contest its the board (if dirtit-
J. . HOAS,97 oso f lithorniell Suni, -which tas tbeen
BSUSINESS 5MANAG.ERt tntd tt'ctttsit''a tdti
0. H. 1nays, '98. ajsete o lte fsuet
EDITORS and irofessors tppointet'o n ui'itratt
E. L. G eeSIEca, '98 L. F. S. StuONSs.'98. hit at the 'alls'e ttin t'-oiitiieidiitg
B. B. MTEsANY, '99. u. B. SKtLLMANy, '98 L. "htteeeeto rvt n e
F. M. Loouts, '98. u. H. Coteyi, '99. Ta ls lttri fI 1~tl ttiD'
Ci. 1. GaEN,199 Athletic Editor. cittlary' gain be, so far as possilble,
ASSOCIATE EDITORS elimiinated fromitiall enteiprise's (cli
W. W. tHughes, '98. S. XW. Smitti, '97.
F. A. tacit, 'tOE. Louise Dodge, '95. I ittted ittn t ltthe m itt of(he utitisril
W. P. Mtorrill, '9s. Btsler Lath, t9i0. tnd forr thi'stuidenit boidy." Ifthis
A. al. Otith, ' 7. C. Lull, jr., 99 Mi. reomnainsultkefecth
1it poitt. 11utit istnt lily isois'
The tolsoriptias price at the Dully is $2.50
lee the college year, with a regular deliverycy -rild sltAl lt'e slttl'ti )llilllil -
bsegorectoonerach day. Notices, comia-'
tions, and other mtter isntendd fr epublicta- Lilosoil I ,thl othlly C tinti l s ae
tiott mutt be handrd is at the Dily Office he-
fores sp. to.,or mailed totte ediiior beiore :3'iali'elit'elililiy-1l8itllilig is. 15. l
p. mi., of the day preevious to that on owhich
theenlire expectedtosappear,.opttonfrpstin sIviI is
sub'scriptions may hi' left at The Dolly 101 lli u ssial 1 I'1
Office, Meyer's or Sisitoet Neotlisd. 0 irit'ati ilt's lassOw, oiii-es, a lsth
ewith Bineiiss ;Matager Solrioers sill t'on-
feeri atavory reporting prot~ily it this illllii(' is tisl st iWorki. I0lilSia
odficeeanyfailue ocarriers to delver paipet'.
-- I S0,1V'Ors01;;'t)lR'11i''it I itt'lsi Illi(tit}lis

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A GOOD CASE
wins the jury of shoe buyers and it's
ours b~y a heavy majority. Footwear
should be top quality, The feet can't
stand anything else, Prices should he
low, so as to keep the shoe tax within
hounds. You won't feel our shtoe
prices, hut they will muake you feel
pleased. ter'e are no earn growers
like had shoes, Come to its and get
sotuething that von can 'wecar yourself,
instead of thit shoe wearinig your fost.
L. GRVu~R9 oni~br

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IVENS SUI fTS 0
TIhoe regular' $18.00 Sisits, in the
neuwest Overislaitis anid Plaids-
Green-Brown, Brown and Fancy
Mixttures, the clotlies of today
tmatle in the fahlion of the lay',
Not t detail sligohted Peept thie
price-

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'hiii' lt 1115 t'tnt'sts of bitl
titetitove'r titlst' slld tiltSatiurdaty
that itire ihad lisen ln litt me'CI u'for
dramatctit'clibtatd istma~kiing acti'esf-
foti'llotikinigitwsrdl the ptrtsenlato
this kitditi itdoitte itoodtworki tilt in i
evidlence. 'Thetdramtiic taleni ttfiii'
.tt opltiiity <alntig itils liticfor itlit
V'otic'its ILe'aguetoi isiteill its Pgytilla-
eitistfutntd, if it ceres t embiartk ittaitt
etnterpirisi' oftdratitatit 'Mciatttieu'.
Tt't'eeis omtetimtis ta.tletiny, situ-┬░ei
alttstc t-e a"Ilt:e gyvtinsisiiili is ioi
comptutilsotry, to mtaki 'teis-nt-ic there
irtegutlt'ar siandunsystt'tticit. It (this
thtosestde'nts a-it ambitiotttittalt-
letic littes that the Facuty 'Trophty
will he given as ttseual this year. then-
thse tarking systetitused ft oti ,-
mining the witnier iftthlii prize anst

lii thei Siu tttill ibard t're lidt-t it
andit o itt-is uitsrttoil'tts'liilihtthi ic i 7/Clearing Price--
tili thei slituens vttedei out ttuit. iTie
fihr tei o lilil'eiver ilt, eaci.li' aiii ~o b l 's S ta r C lo th in g H o s e
tutuar i sn' s aitulsy'yilats 'it PRINCETON SACK
tlin plyb ol ity'iitls Thoseli l
tsi thetri'l Iftlnt11tt-'thlitit 1 o fildl- I R T S J . E
Isvi'antittcil ciii inc'hib 's u uth rThseNbb-$.I0 hitsem now 98'Cents.k Don't fail
take. .atbs it''i t slolllena ittletbotrdi.'N toV.look Overthepatern ...
itte 111 1t end ftil l, uer.n taitisuini'ghi
lto ttfiitolioptitor, h'ni5 ~ 1-4 Off on anyHti teSoe PplrBandE n
s fivt el esilt's ihi'nchittittoslitiit fol T oeioby$15,S itsaeuded. en s D n' fi
hitrtt ofA i m tsts ee tig o t et s e'ttto k (e Li at er s
in; thaltthe r lt'lpens'titt staiii bit t
not ufliintelnis'tii. 's ii pcol-14 Ofon yHtitnsththe1 ,, Store... . . o pulaCrEI Brn dsT
ititt dei de t'tti'the11i5 tie it i ot heItudis
hone elenoll, a 170r. deillie-ti --e
Iet In 'Jt'ettou-ri t yt. ____ o th

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thtis fact ohould set as a tsimlusetu'pon "Thu Breeze."
psrospective coestestaests totsuilehe i' We havetireceiveid 'i1"ht'IeBeiei',"
work dasily. Vol. 1, Nti. Ihpeblishied in thsi'.Annt
Arbuor Rlight Schotoil. it is latieledt
T1hte football batnquset giv'eun liti' "Xias 'Il," etedthue'tot-er io its thete
'Vsrsity, Reserves, Athletics-Botierd, colors.t, i'lthi'ithe leost apphroved,
pestir fasiuoti. 'he hiook contains 46
Boairtd of ('otrol, antil ~t isorii 3 siees. atsd hesidi's htile~t x
Btosrdt, by -Mr. t'rehttiust te st ieihiitig ten htlgttOof"acts," it i-tn-
C'am~puts Cltb Saturday 55115Ia itost taints sovte gootd literary naster let
isusrked succeos, espitellyl in tenie y'pIoslaind tpoetry'. tay Fox is esan-
-it emphasized to everyotte present, sgitgegdiitor, uatd Wulter H.-1, litues
evhat so tuany find htard in realise, htseesttltgs.Stea ttrsie
piet draligs serve to enliven the aps
namey, hatthet~rfeso~r donotpearauce of thte numober., Tbte f rontes-
sitive to oppose athletics, tee thtletes; htiece is ut half-toise otrait of Mary
but, because of their long eonnectionliE. Dickey. Altogether, the bosok is
With thte University, as otie professor unishue aned attractive.
said, have thes real success of the MNiss Mabel Colton, '94, died in Aelt-
teams at heart -more than can a stn- ville, N. C., on Dec. 10.

Boston Ladies' Symphony Orchestra----------------- Dec. 11
Charles A. an----------------Jan. 21
Ex-President Hrio-------------Feb. I
Luther Lain Mills, (Chicago Alumtii Numbher)__-----Feb. 12
Imperial Quartet----------------March 12
Oratorical Contest---------------March 10
Lucius Perry Hills------------------April 2
John Kendrick Bangs--------------------------___April 1
GIENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $Q.00
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS 2.:5
SIt .ADMISSION 150
tiarrison Nunmber $1.00n
Ora'nrelee Content .25
TICKETS NOW ON SALE-Reserved tickets an sale Thursday,Oct. Sth, at -Palmer's
dreg stoe, State street, and Wak's bush store, Atain street.
JAMES H. PRUITT, Corresponding Secretary.

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