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January 11, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-01-11

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,l' X5 there. The governor believes the best t f~, THERE'S NOTHING LIKE LEATHERe
i l is itoinoe too good for the University, .I° s NoTrnCO HNWL U
beas eblee h woesaei' WE WL U OEHR ublished Daily (Sundays excepted) during the neficiary as well as the tUnivcr- ~AI
sh olg er tity when the latter 's nieeds ore san- J.4
TH UIVRIT O ICIGN t-svgate, yan trtt. tsiijyply sopplied. This does not mtean ex-OV NIB S D S
OFMCIA. taaacb ~ymas tsnll U IT R S OSC Times buitding, 79 5. Main St. be- omeano that thte University sihoold ltave _____
tween Ltberty and William St. tihat getterous support Necessary for its
MSANAGING EDITOtR development along ktithi its rival insti . Runnia, Enamel, Box and Ameri-
J. F. TnOMAS, 97. tuons, many of sohich have been can Cult are World Beatern.
BUSINESS MIANAGOER mlore favored by spiecial endlowmentis. BA S S O T R ,
0O.iH. DANS, '90. "The Universi oi l i' ihigan is tie
EDITORS pleoplde's university. It has no thock- - 6N, MAIN., OPP. COURT HOUSE.
E. L. GEioSu, 'OI9sL. F. S. SuONS,. (- fetter to pour into us treasury his
F. M. Lolesen,'0. 0H . S.tatsslN' . surplus tmillionis. While ero eosoi'sts
u. it. GuEEN, 59. Athletic Editor. would be acceptable, it Iassissoromlise
F.~~~~~~ . Lout,'5. i H Ciwi, 0, e
ASOITH DTR ftn usata upr xetta . W. ughes, '55. 5. W. Smith, '07. which ai great andt groto-ilig silaIe, ipee-
F. A. Fadk, '5552. Louise Dodge, '99. iple') willshsm of illl(lligs'lleti', r iift
W5. P. Morrill, '55. Butler Lamb, 19000. sanis pridie. ecisi gise t' ilTe fart till Jaeiuary andt February is ttic time you should
A.A.'mt,9 .Lll ii,99M t heor tuniiveroioli'sitiesar 51ca110 ftasorl own ani Ulster. Now is the time. You can buy
eidiin the smatter of ricli endowments
sppills to JMinligaito pride'll -o thenm cheap. We have about 25 Rogh andl
The subscription price of the Dily ti 02.50 ersiyi iiafo o os it sssmooth UlInters which we will close at a price 'e-
for the eollege yeare, with a regular delisvcry euse s"lot's rig-lt inti skilg tlis vito-
hrfore noon earls day. Notiees, sonmutica- of it. It is fhrir1value.
tions, and othee mttesr iotessded toe puhlicsi-oflit.Itiis garssilesslvofitheir value.r
lion must be hasnded io at tse IDaily office be- :,1111 t Say osllls('r lit tte 1 ivc
fie e p. e., or nsoled to the editor before 3
p. in., of the daypreosotto that on whichlts iy osillIts' keist i liith'frontrink M e '
they sre expected to appear.sefta. h M eno h bs rb sfee o rpiit
Subsri eptesmay lbe lec i h al ftelts t'oifssI1 i ssIi t
Office, Meyer's or Stsiflet's Nes'wstasnd, or till' odcas.I; ol b i
with Busnests Manager. Suisberes will eCse- s'ttsl io.Isostsiseils
fer a favor Isy reporting peromsptly at this 1 oct lisso lt'illigall 1o pself it l's
olte iO t~ur ii caries t deire piper rsissisiisti I it tiiic 1 IEvery Ov ercoat reduced in price. It will pay
is it Sttre'iy tostlsi if des'iriveo' s elf s
Ths'actioni talon by 'JO ifinall.pcticisust sappropriastiossl tso able fto ytou to htuy your next season's Coat now.
ties liie'fraternsity warsr isd, Cuersll asdositce155l ongillsoshirts in lth(' rapsid
prasctilcal pIrol-ss, ttlnis'ls t'eswarrinigIi slTlisof lpuro 's.
factions. 'Thess'iviersity is lslslt'lsecI "Ils'Igsatr s-l iso-'lI 'l
to '98t los'-lie ctlt'ge siril;it hus s' as Ni~a
sso-edliil ussgetting;2 a sexed i(ru's coussls's'sliiss. Gso-. lisigret'lasit'otil
hun outtoiflt'e0way7.lUndtisteitx- rightliewiss-of it. Ifliii' funseivedit'
fisting og -lliotis.lt'e Jtuniolssi'C neslsfrossilt'eose-sixtmilsili tax tieinsssf-+
-elasueIo ,ht htalsuet iin;t o-rt~ ulnesote-ill leiu-ily- lslstsl'lt. I sisersity, it sslll be ipoor ecost-suns-
hs -hhstteIoustf 'slt i gi'i fit i et'ssilsmtefsetoBigger,
tsaken Ssatsirday tisgist tseas thtslut lt'e Iis' lss'i so ist sos'-istiiiy and
B righter,
M1iehigsiti is sd'cided t hat listatisiltss xl ''t~r ~gsstsse.tbelis'tissg- listS ts cre is I
shall bet sissiesrs. Vise asdoisioni of lt'e fttisitIigti> 'f g.ss s inssso
Sitee "rgisleos1 lleet'- ssssd fe irsitlthi"to1tsotsis isto G rander
iaesly soill stothusstss 'iItosss stllsjsy ltei.'T'e soirs)tfisisig tt c 'floshanesci'.On a Settle of Mtini
-hall players wosscseitf1tly islliilistits iglistre this- si l 51 ticstandsidV'ole tide ftar Surpassing last Season's
buwho stili tile lighJt of thrut lrtes,.lindsly- oit ltltrostitiltson il lsi. whicr. Success. Ever'y Act a Feature
sirer prftoisl.I tIMci~ asast tee-sss'sisuioslorlhseil l- asid ever'v Pe'fotrier' ItoArtist.
afford this losshecuss' ftrrihsi it iiy1ths ls isisitr5sls'il
v solv t, tion ts' l i-i. butl Ilsthem s)
iii stlietis iis assturt'd. 'll's.xltsio eclssttttiaueo Wih n
of therules o in(lu((-- - - - - - -Isis-s11 ools'le'guitss'thtas-ltshisis A n A b r L g t I f it y s
so s l is mtt'o Iig furt-hers 's-:111sls '7'penny st i si se :g11(1hoynisfIlis lls- i
otellinsitiutionst lits 7 11 tit hto1t -____________
xltdisrtitsss Ihi'l-.ha,- Jeffersonian Society. SECOND ANNUAL it IVE~ olahels.Bs-.. AMMIVOTH

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batllt .StattitgC 1 s n. M*(CVl
woiththlii' boatrd oniI tsi t si tnd sal
stittlns sliotlldi etlihy ittdstr-ss'th1is
effor ts o i's's'atltis at. 5 illiigsttt
frot-ss it oloffesssionatlli.
Ash 'hioriall ini thseDetroitl.hsu'nsl
sot SatsurdasyIsail.., s-icy sably odicuss-
eds Gus'. 'iitgcee's atudelusI tosard 11w,
l'itiio'ssity, 'so shsotn itthis tre.-i
ssesssigl'. 't'e tttJo ura its-stcily117- ;
dotrs's Gto'. C'igree's ss staduon thlet
qsisitinaitd expresses si libera'uystl '
sosutdt optintion.ixs1tthecaset. h-'stlstoo'isg
is the tcompulete e'ditssrisal:
"'fle friendly attitde 5f11110. ini-
glee tsowasrd heii T. of A1. is reasstur-
lng. Ste betlieve's it woutld its very tootr
ec-oniomy to siltwithhlfronituthe 011-
Yersity -aprpriationis sieusudly steeds'u
to keels it inite front rsaik of te best
in te coun~try. It shtousdlie so mitilu-
taintsd as to itsduce thte est instrucst-
ors to gut htere -insteasi(of oooay frot

meueting' ofi 1114,'' .ls'h'h'ssossus it "'-' 5isis
Ct. 1 eeln. Iis'uuhstw hut sit ,i u In ter i cus
ise tiltf'5555 tilt olste C hisssit
bsy I. II. Williasi;, ass-ees-itnsituA"A
11d7',lk" yLisle ShIsiustssht 5 niii)L ig ht
s.ir alhsist ~ o4 f.hi, X~aln i ncoit b I t s s i Infantry A rm ~o ry !
u.I. 'I.. 'sit- I i t. 'fts'Ihhtetim ptu I si
1)lte itost the is t'lti, ''Isloesl , 'Ihl LIIJANU RDV OI NC U IE
thus Uitetd shes shsoulditaleses'ioI u 2T bIC U IE
his aopss t istiulsivorthis-sit-ne hi ss1
sirueuu tsy ..If. t'sst'luiiuiti lst'e of-P RK R / y p
Thte 5 ucuixCURVE of the GEO. FouR~R nitaiin Pen.
Geutuliv'11bsti-endI nk his tlyek n thu sitphoFeeder i to thino the
'Ills -reguilsi ebate sis'on tieue stslssu
'ist"Gigretss shsisuldreecognize/ths
('lbatls as bseligereits" 00y'is Woos by Sohat Salt Bearintgs ate to the Bicycle. A perfect Pea and warranted by the Parker
Pen CompanyJose sileSois.
Is. c'. 'fou-k ant IhI. 52. Dietericceluo' 1.3C. FREUD, '99, 47 S. University Ave.-
tine stlhrioatio'e agsainst C. N1. Osor-ti
Ilid 1. Jaecobsoni sntthe negative. ANflALL THE PH IITflflADUHR U. OF BSHAV INPAO 't R andBath--
20 S. tngalls street, parlor suite, Washingto Block, Imported and domestic cigars. Ladles' sells-
funaeheat, light and bath, $.3nnAror tairrssiR.groandbhing p Saeosup
ticAror aird.Ressing andbathingS.parlosup

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