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January 25, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-01-25

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.~ m ~ i~. I Society Programs,
+ "" + ' f The Aolilphi Socicty gave a goc
- program at its meeting Saturday evae
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the ollge sarat ng, including a banjo and piano du(
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. by J. L French and Miss Vesta Mill,
an original sketcli of a "Patent M Aed
Orrioe: Timnes building, 79 SS.ain St. be-
tween Liberty asd William Sts. cine Man," by H. J. 'McCreary; a lT
MIANAGING5 EDITORC narrative essay "John S hermian" 1
J. F. THOMiAS, 57. Frank Brown. The tdebate was en tl
BUSONEx5 .2A NA(OEI questioni, "Rtesolvedl, TL~it iniinieip,
0. II. 1100Z, 'O.
cat rrilio 51i1s1clue toi inigratio'i.,I
1E1)1 11)11
E. L. OGioxiem, '58 I. F. S. SuiosC, '9. te lt' oliiooef tile judges, Aless1
F. M. Loomis, '98. H. 1. SKIL 5MAN, '9s L. Banks and Cox on the affirmuativer
H. IH. tilois, T' '9.
C. M. CoREN,99; Athletic Editor. cted two(l1 ti5 vtes 1to 1n110for Mesi
Asse)cJA'f:H I)IT0115 IRout santIilupper onitheienagiv0.
W. W. Hughes, '98. S. XW. Sill 01, '97.
F. A. Fucik, '98 E. ,Loise Ilodoc-, '99. ' holJ,-ffersslllan Society held i
W. F. Morrill, '98. Btlle Lani', 190.
A. M. Smith, '97. C. Lll, jr., 911 . 1'01 oihir eetig Saturday. 'ii"reg.

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Russia. Enamel, Box and Ameri-
can Calf are World Beaters.

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" ITold TYouLiSo"
Teo Oldest Inhabitant will say, and it's


Li r l1ot a l o oniitle uetiosii."lResolve'd,

' 1:a aquestioni of faet 01h001d be de- uulyso egtthe hardest
Thesbscriptiip11 i llsC(' teIlsily =.- 111 l eol fjde lse f winter in February and March.
for the coll ege y9r,001 , r111 0 gel 1 duxy by 0 july," wa.s9argued by It. It.
teorioson iechdmo 1ot~iii s. 0 otl1~un- Wi 109hl .I. te'70111o- don'tInake aay difference with t
tioll m1000be 11,0,0ccin atsi Wly 4110e he- prices fromWinter C(
foier 9p. 01 rnlaie to dIthe cedi ob , I ilnlaltive ligillst D. N.aIrpelr lild are cttngpoi ,atinvlouoso
P. in., of lthe Soy preious to10halt oni chii,1
Tyr.T. ethelae on he rit o sll eerygarment in stOC:
they are rexpected loot111appsWtirtcol h egtv.arw.tt el vr
slmcrielienscmoy hre left at The Pbuy
0f1ice, leyrsorccsillieto sleie sn, or a popularIOvote of till society, tile de"- it than carry them until next seas(
with Business 'Maag. leerie 'i~lllc or,-
fee a faoreby lepllelii'i. 1' lip1ly at"tis 01 b 'WOate asdeided'liii favor (If the if-
effice sany failureeof cairies 10 (leaver paper. SpIO -jco t
A meeting of the Doily hoord99111 The Comedy Club.
be held in h11) b Ubiversity Btl,-N0
this afternloon at i oclocik. IotallO~nt Tt-e Comledly Clublebt1s19oInluiiellI 111 N
business willibe tranisacted. a-tixe-0;tlc.i,5.l_..,f.,l iel__'.t.

end of the
Still that
,he way we
othing. We
k, rather do

'rhe promitnent members ofte til e111 te swine a t Ctile Grand Opiera iloli;ee
press mire qitie generalily in fix-sI'of (115tile iiig(Iiof'Marchi I. A tragic
the renomllination of 'Iegents Blibour sketeh, "1110 Lacemerule," written by
end Cocker. Tirerencomiation is r'AN'sh-lililltlll lwshl)O~er 111111, wiil
advocated because of tile recordo obey also be given ic 15a d lcuainraiser. '111
il~xC mde vlit n ofic mdho.procedels from tile 11rfor1110110 witt.
b,'avevmadetotill' ithletiiAssoendlio-
cause the future welfare of toe 111 b ien'ote tuti socain
versity denind tile retention of two0 tile folloxwing io the plersonnell of the
ouch chard-xwoirking and colloabl' lf. organlizaltioni: J. S. tiandy, A. 41.
Cobb. SlIlithii Karl Ital-rillall, Tsiii Wead-

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Any fear that the aldoptionlof t11o
Chicago rules would dampen baseball
fervor ou~ght to be -dispelled by the
ensthosiasisi shown at the meetinlg Sat-
urday night. The troublie ertofore
has alivays been 11101 nearly ll of
the positions have beeni praclticalily 00-
sured to old players. Consequenlty
new men wvere discouraged and re-
fused to try for placeo. This year
practically every psitinis iiien 1101
the good effect of this fac ,t is siomo i
by the appearanxce of 75 mlen at the
first meeting. Our experience towvard
the close of last year taulghit us that
ill -the enid .xastrictly11amiateure teams
can beet be depended upon. Such a
team is assured iuder the nexv rules
and with ahard training and preactice
ad plenty of 'student backing fti'
Daily predicts that a teaml will be
?turned out of which the University
mray be proud.
A strong effort wiii be made by the
Amateur Athletic Associationx to force
the L. A. W. into rescinding ito ruling
which forbids a cluob or college to pay
the expenses of bicycle riders at an
intercollegiate meet. They will en-
deavor to secure for bicyclists the
same privileges as .are oow accorded
track men io general.

ock, AF. C. Bosyntonl, D. H. V lr
Will McKee, Miss T1eltial Farnsxworth,
Mliss Gertrude Divine, Otrs. J. S.
Mandliy land Mis B'lanchie Phillipo.l
Mr. It. I. WFeinstein has been selected
Among the Colleges.
The College Creek leiter fralteli-
tics in the Uniited Slaltesllave 0a111111-
bershlip of 100,t000, xwith about 650 nc-
ti-e ansd 350 inaictive chapt~lers.

at Half.
Never a time msore op~portune than
noxv to provide yourself wvih a stylish
Coat or Cape at so little expenoe.
We have iioxv in our Cloak 11000
mainy Jackets as elegant in design,
mlake and nmaterial as this country af-

1115.5at iar~l~ 99105 stlldllgboast better-all of wxhich are selling
11mk1es them'll ligitble to tahke illtile
comumlenceement ixercis" extiiu spring,. at1-2 Pripoe.
T'he Unix-erity of towa-o and tilePUli-
versity of Mtinnesota xvill debate till
qusinas to thio election of United LADIES' FUR CAPES.
State senators by the direct vsole of 1
tile people. Astrachan, Coney, Wool, Seal, Monkey
The articles whlich ex-President lHar- anid Electric Seal
rison has been xriting for the farodies' r1
Home11 Journal uponitthe Constitution O n H a f
and Goverunent of the United States
are t be published ss a text-book for
schools -and colleges. n n i o fA
Mr hlat aving Fruit and Plower 11 1K A I I
Mission boxes in their possession IV flUIK '& U il
please nstify .lFlorence G. Dillon,
chairman, 44 Ma diso st. DRY GOODS.
FORl RENT-A very desirable suite
of r oms, 18/2Forest avenue. BestA - T r7e.
of table beard. V I~RTI.J1 E

If yon funisli youlr rooms dur-
inlg our Great Invenitory Sale.
Rfetlictions madle to force trade
in evory departmnt.
Goodl Antique Chamber Snits,
large mirror, goodl $16.00 value,
nosy $12.50.
A Soliid Oak Roll Top Peslo,
cheap at $15.00-Sole price $10.00.
Cliinelle Portieres retducedl from
$2.25 to $+1.50 a pair.
Japlanese Rugs, 60x0 feet, a $6.50
value, nowy $4.50.
Japanese Rugs, '7-x101 feet, an
$8 50 value, nowv $6.50.
We make Windows Seats, Cush-
ions lund all kinds of Furniture to
Furniture Repairing our spec-
Work and plices that please.
MACK & C014
56-58-60 S. MAIN ST. - FURNITURE,


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