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December 18, 1896 - Image 2

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TILE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

311f f f itis ,n .argument born of inexperience.
MR + Jp I* Il-I..3.Money is what talks at this Univer-
sity. The troubles of past annals
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during :ang tils line proves tlhis statemienit.
the CollegetYear, a
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Tile tact that inter-collegiate diebates
Oric: Times building, 79 5. Main St. be- struggled for -sit existence before this
tween Liberty and William Ste. year, %wlieii no "testimniials' wvere
MANAGING EDITOR given, and that this year. when the
J. F. THOMAS, 17.
SxIJINEI MA1IER um of x$50 is to leetdivided,. thlre .are
o. Hi. HANS, '55. 64 contestaito is a stiking illustr'a-
EDIT11011o of our love of the root of Ill ev il.
E. L. GEesues, '50 L. F. S. SIMOIS, '00. If the Mhc-tdiganensiau 'hopes to see
B. B. fitHEvAsY.'95. H. H.. S1LLMAN, '00iL.
F. Al. Loomis. 'so. H. H. Cowis, 'so. is 1-iudable desire mnade a fact, it will
C. 5. GEEs, li9i Athletic Editor, do wvell to come down morae lilcesolly
ASSOCIATE EDITORS with itie cash. true,'.tis pigy;
W. W. Hughes, '55. 5. W. Smith, '51.
F. A. FadSk, '980. Louise Dodge, '99. 11111pilly '11s, 'listrile."
W. P. Mdorrill, '98. Hutler Lamb, 11900. -
A. Al. Smith, '57. C. Lull, jell9 A. Book Reviews,
l1iegc.'ids of ihe Middle .ages.-:Nar-
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Chrcismsas lioldiacys,.Wth illiis iiiii-i..forc-ctoiithe-sicily.-A1io-ri:-::i l,:ok

jSfW NTER.

THERE'S NOTHING LIKE LEATHER,
WHEN WELL PUT TOGETHER.
Russia. Enamel, Box end Ameri-
can Calf are World Beaters.
DEAL'S SHOE STORE;
6 N. MAIN,, OPP, COURT HOUSE.

Four cod Things.
WHICH ANY GENTLEMAN WOULD APPRECIATE FOR CHRISTMAS.

Neckwear
Every tad, ever
pretty effects. Ei
conies nnder the
I wear cats he font

ny shape, rich,
verythinog that
head of Neck-
ed here.

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Tiii'firs:tiniibert af' r th e lc' ci cll
cciii iibe issiucedsicoii'vcicdy, l. .a.
Both Yilc'andMciic-ligaiiliaceilli-
creasi'clthe reclciienei'is foi' a ihciclic-
lic'sidegie inl issw icy Iciling 1the
c'iill'0' extn vrti'il cc hreei'Fycar~s Il-
-te id if lcwcc, as fcorimrly. ''hils
(-hanige'toock c'f'c-tl c clohi iistilicis
ait the icemgiinlg ci thflu lii'5'li col.0-
legi' ,yellr aindit cwcs i'xpe'Cct iitha
there'cwoculcd be'aigrecat fallini'ciff in
inumbters.DBii itii'filets shocc liv ihat.ith
cliasigic ccas acwisc'oncciii ncd lirove's
thatoccr fiutusrc' laccycrs recgnsizc' the
sieeessity ,of ilicceccli i llli.liiclln.
Tfhe decrease ini enrolliienit ii Yale -as!
comparscedl citla lasi yeiar, wcas 'b'i:llii
sand, at Siehigan. only 'ii. 'lThis f'ill-
ing offtcasn eaisily be isic-ocilteci focr iy
the exicting finanicial cei'lscssiccc. 'mec
inereasc' inirequiirementc' astmide

Co.
Pt'iciccl I'htlic ci- iac lonai aalc
c-cciiii'li isc i-sitx-'bccokltfor' lii' usi'
cf1it 1ig .N-hcls coiland Colle'ox'c. B
Sticn Diuciicci iackc'niccs,. Al.,1.. 1

Canes and
Umbrellas
t xTfeta ancd (fioria Sterling
Silver 'Trinsmed. Natural
wood sticks. In sets or separ-
ately. Ideal Christmas pres-

Gloves
Fine Mocha. Reindeer (limed
and unlined), Dogskin and
Fine Kid, $1.00, $1.50 and .$2.00.
Cheaper grades it you want
them.
Handkerchiefs
Initial-all linen, 25c. Fancy
Bordered Japonettes, 25c
Plain Irish Linen, with htms
of different width, t5c to 50c.
While Silk, Initial, 75c each.
Richly Brocaded Silk Mufflers

D.,C I'cclnii ni vesici ty,. emts. pas o 10$2.60.
'I-ils cwcrks liners mc icails fiacci
ill 1011cc test-l ccks cit 111cc ic c ccci
i celc'p"',cccs.in a iocreent' . us Iil i o le Star Clothing House,
miccniic, tel aw1c cs and picipls
cc Illi cincdelic' clielccic-cl lit, 11a:d
lien slicccs theisi'andclci c iaip-T %v0 W E K Nv
clciolii' l ifferemnt processes-,iiciTWaW EKdO LY
kiics of ichiiillcioiil.-aniii i c cc oot
cclillclllv. __. P - -1 T T - 1 , . r -" W -v- k

IIlI~DAY IltAt'ES ON 0I110lTAL('INN-
Agets of Ohio C'ntral Liii's are
authiorizedl to sell excuriosn tickc'is for
the Chiristimas ,anti Necv Year Holidays
at 1 1-3 tare tfi' tie rounid trill'Tick-
ets cwill be sold Dec. 24,. 25 anidi.
Also Jan. 1, good rettirniligcutil hail.
4, 1807.

pratlwilynoairerece ri[li's 'mletcicy C'hange 'Lapt~el listtai."-
fill' depcrtmntsoi thiiislillticcs. Illics iccci iic-kecs, pracctitcal cand uoce-
fnml. Escrylciciy cill wear one. Post-
''hiere se'i'cs to teItt.cmslight cisc ri-c laid fccr 15 cc'mts. PocinmiNovelity (Co.,
aimy in 111'eciimuoumeii-c'i of 1:111'112 lDe'arborn si.. CI hiCcigo, 1il.
.Miciiga neueicm prizt' comiptlit.ions. "Iie 'iinu."le great foolicail
The auncmen :c'hiasitshis mutrocduc--puzilie.Imsitccui. IHowc cuilck cau you
tiomi, "Desiring to dracw cut the becsi dicc15t?'Pcstpidi for 25 cemts. Yicmiin
Noreity -.to.,7112 Decrbornist.. ('hi-
taleut othflU niversiiy. time Mirgc'iit-c':igccviii.
emisianmiaicke,, the folloiicn-g offers for lotst-Be'tcweeniWillilam ndaiclWusli-
contibetionls." Tlhmeu follocvs a list ingicomi ciu Fifth st., a phiml' of glaseses,
of prizes ctggregai-igusvalue $21.:50. glli iicse piece 'i'iiiiicso. Lte'-at
Tub l nounit is io lit'gic-emifor sc'cc) m lmiy oic. Rewsarid $1.
pcroduhctions mcakling theic'1c-ic'ocr t',m11 I Oni accont: of the holiday*vcacatiomn
woits $3.50. thte tirhlilgan Ceittral IRy. wtili seil to
TPme Daily lot's noitsishliIc riticise stumdents preeseminig mienbership certi-
the policy of Oths' Stichigalc'miiclmi lciic ctes tickhets iat the usual reduction.
Ticisets gooid going oil Dec._ 17, 15 and
bit it doucbts te wcisdloin icoflu'etffer 19meetrimg igp1 to amnd includimng Jaim.
stated above. The tiest talemnt of thils 5, 1896. We cvoulid reqjuest thtat stmi-
institutiontcanniot hoe discswm out altlh" dents be 'particuilar to provide tihems-
ate of $3.5)0 each. It nasy be argmuecd seleves withi the probcer cetrtificate and
that the pvizes ate merelyiy icidental come to the statiomsea rly thtat cve uay
have sufficient time to furnish themn
auch that honor sod college spirit aretikssdchktterbgatin
the resi things to be considered. This avoiding a rush.
is c-ry good In theory, bust practically, W. I. HAYIO'S, Agent.

Those Nobby $1.50 Shirts are now 98 Cents. Don't fail
to look over the patterns.
HAT SALE!
1-4 Off on any Hat in the Store. Popular Brands in-
cluded.
DEARBORN & CO.
THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
S_______p i

Charles A. Dana------------ ---------------- ------ Jan. 21
Ex-President Hrio-------------Feb. 1
Luther Laflin Mills, (Chicago Alumni Number)-----Feb. 12,
Imperial Quartet----------------1arch 12
Oratorical Contest------------------------------- March 19
LuciusrPerry Hls--------------April 2
John Kendrick Bangs-------------------------Apri13s
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $2.00
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS '2.50
3lcOGIE ADMISSION .50
Hlarrisson Number $1.00
Oratorical Contest .215
TICKETS SOW ON SALE-Reservred tickets on saie Thsrsday,0Oct. 0th, at -Palmer's
dreg stere, Stalesdreet, and Wah's book store, Main street.;
JAMES H. PRUITT, Corresponding Secretary.

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