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October 16, 1896 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1896-10-16

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

dr+ ces sold this season is unprecedenateid.
+ Ofw + ! l iIU+ , re t~hzigoes to show that while

Z1 ublshed Daily (Sundays excepted) durng
the College Year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OricF.: Times building, 79 S. Sain St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MANAINGl EDITOt
. It. SesonoLo , '0.
EDITORS
E. L. Gnisssc, '05 L. . S. Sotonxs, '8.
_B. B. Aldn1EnANY, '0. I. B. SEOLLMAN, '05 L.
C. M. GCEN, 99: Athletic Editor.
BUSINESS MSANAE
0. Iu. lAs, '(1.
J . Tuoss, '0, Assitant.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W. W. Ilaghes, 'IL S. W. Smith, '.
F. . Loomis. '5. Louise Dodge, '1.
W. P. Morrill, '0. I. 1. Comi, 'Il.
A. M. Smith, '0.
The sbcription price of the Daily is 12.0o
for the college year, with a reglr deliery
before noon eah day. Notices, coomunsc-
tions, and other matter ntensed foc pblica
tionsmst be haded in at he Dily offie be-
foe 8 p. i., or miled to the eito before 3
p. i., of the day isrevios to that on whics
they re epected to ppear.
ubscriptions may be left at Th Dily
Office, Myeyro or Stfltet's Nestand, or
with Bsiness Manaser Sb,'ienwillon-
fer a favor by reporting proeptly at this
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper.
It :has ieli very util iaoile Tis fall
thatt the Olliersity tsOll hav11e1
showed vwryo'litl'lelimtiontot l
tend tse goilts att hitholiltic ield.
Notoneots'txlt't'l5as5ialitiy woentla1
mien tilthfet'gaimets,Pit srely it'e
sit' ca111itike .a 11111'er ts '19thanIlst
iassbeeso manell'tsts fatr. lust sprig,.
t thebas l'ealll guzets itre woo 11-
utally it g110d1attesdoice f 0011515.
anid thler',51e11mst eI 1l'l'ea swhy
lsd. 'lt' dlyersoad managers al- Ii
bytheIl\solselsivhotcoieit' to 11t'
game111, andtlif t'y 111' knesit,1.it'e
pre'en'e '(Yf a godsi l'l'itt'i'ttt ,111
'wsouldl he' isvery rffe'ctiv's't'lcorigt"
miiitsttostlilt' 1151.
The compsilete erlmet. f ststis'.
f tse t'nivsrsity hsave lbt'en given ts
titlepiesen'islse. They tre stme-
whasu trprisinsg since a week ago th ie
inicsatitions wee tiat tre Wosltits
a. Slight fsllig off in numbsster. MBt
secolig to the fereast mae on
lt'bsis of last yer,' the numsiber of
Stuents this y't'ar will Sutrpasts all
pre'viostsresorris oftt lieigan nisv'r-
sil, lpassitig the 3,00 matrk, With-
out dosbt 'the 303 which is lput 05
dule prohsvle thl is cesidersillytfos
sinsll, shine there are nof only isaiy
persons now' in fown who have nsf
yet registered, hnfttte election will
cause a sfill further increase lafer o.
lue chief reason for atielpating a
smaller attendance this year was the
hard times, But the figtres seem to
show that dise times are not really so
sringent as is commoily talked. It
was a fact that during the past sea-
son more persons went to Euarope thou
ever before, and the number of by

ilere is misslostedll' coidierable de-
ipi'sssions 10 1110 cotsry fte tolitical
txcitenment inascusd itititt' thuds
exasggera'lediin peiple's msinds; adt
tht reali distrsis Ill'no usmaissui-
vrsal.
Silver Club Resolutions
Thie following resolntions were
adcottls'lat tie isetiig of te l'Ivtr-
sity of Miehigais Bryain Free Silvr
mieetinig "s'eeliestio1'night:
Whereass. 'The Stiests' tecnre As-
sotomonof ittiet' l'sistrirs'of Iieli-
goslsissti osght tt let It 'tricty' io-
ltriuis norganiizatiois, otdthe customti
,andt rities of thsa isi''i'still' lot's
will' ntd properl'ielissl'lfrom its
courses of leturs aol addrs'ses of s
plticalt'r 55iatissi n istns't'.adt
Wishere'as, The tRegents of tils t isi
vesittI'haive1lttlestttfor seeral ytos
refusedcito ashow' 'nirtrsit ttli to itt
usei for list' isisisitot'of11111'atrisoll
meing(s 0otltidress, aist
AsociationtsitodeliN-ert''hI' ope'iig le-
t'rn ('liteI) tatw'lit'is'll' ushi tifid
rult' f tr lssscg''s si lit'delivterll p'litt-
ils.'d palttisttl soadrsst'betiotto i
Rt'ses's'ledgTht ) 'byli the me sberssof
kthe ' tt'nes11101fis ttil til Ill' ta:1-
vo11 ('t. ' (thawes d esilud all'upont utus
ithss Ilisftt's':ofith tii dens mwtutitiec-
tuirelAssohin iltris tutiti tliton'iof
list'reiiol theaorisid fulow' ssit fell,11
sao a siuethaito stf i'ittOatlir parti-i
(3) 111111 is desoiie' hit-f toiab t
up'oit'hail leaiomthsswe,-ti ise-il
lilt' hisetoc-sflo se aottltei10 list
fri e'tiialOfoih'e'k'ngItol'll'ts
thess!con1o0 sllt feitlowcitizes's111md5
as'itrviolntio'eof thsoeporietfyorali
fort syisdie ofsoss'c'istal: l o sionth
3)thla.inill ief ofll eit "!alt !ui-cs
vttt 1i1isan1s has tsss eenIf lsts'sfst
Itis' nsterlesifstiiseoppsedrs'to iitie
friee fistic coifitsiratweIs h.'by'Call
upnshle esdnt ansI bardrof ogfsreo
Allresetputieaftsoersiinhefavor'rlo
fy coig fsiomeBrrien.11nsiat t'
chigmanoare reqeteutorsendls
oto o L. B. oAlgter, 13f.thie r
oily avble., on obforhe Fnday, ltill,
ifd ther 'svih them forwardedto pse
couty romiee.ony oes
U. on in ngHll, er2inH.cLiety
i.igWe armeo ese; if t sn tpease
5tel usWhy;aifmweoppease ntelllyour
friends. $2.50 per week. 25

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HAVE YOU SEEN OUR FALL STYLES
-IN-
FO"OTWEAR
If not give us a call.
Beal's Shoe Store,
6 N. MAIN. OPP. COURT HOUSE.

*S'T YLI SH t
°~UPO-TO- DAT E
AKE " "DRESSERS.. !
I WANT FASHIONABLE
HiAT"S AND OAFS
OUR~ IMPERIAL HEID'S CAPS
DERBY A $3.00 Are cat stylish, ltok stylish, and ace made
DERY A $300from thse latest Imported Nhoveltieo
;,ives. you alt the otyle and quality you get is - - at - -
a us00Ht, the only difference is a ~nAll~~
tiO saving o iof 2ijwd, , 7bn' Q$1.00 AND $ .5oeju
Openingr Challenge Sale?
Underweair, all wool, tleece lined, $1.50 ansi $1.25, now 75
cnts it Suit sor 40 cents a G3armnist. Sicks, bslatk anti tan, 9
tonts per pair, were 20 cents. Socks. 7c per pair, were 15e.
Shirts, Fatscy bosoni and wthite at 39 cents worth 75 cents.
Shirts in full dress atid fancy colored bosomnssit 88 cents.
were $1.25 int) $1. 50.. ~onahl Shirts included in this sole.
.Neckwesar-9c saint 35c Strings, Ftour-in-Hanfds, Pufl's, and
Pasws, etc. $f2.00 Hats at $1.50. $3.00 Hats at $2.25. Sim-
ilar redutction on all other Hats. Gloves, Mackintoshes Stss-
ponders, Hstiutkerchiefs,,Csanes, etc., oct., all incltided in this
sale. Two weeks only, beginning Thursday, Oct. 15,
and ending Thursday, Oct. 29. Evorybody Invited.
DEA RBORN & CO.
Gents' Furnishers and Hatters...
44 South State St., Ann- Arbor.
(Cone in and got your Shoes Shined Free Every Day-h r
THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
_____OP --
Leland T. Powers-------------------------------- Nov. 30~
Boston Ladies' Symphony Orchestra - Dec. 11
Charles A. Dana---------------------------------Jan. 21
Ex-President Hrio-------------Feb. 1
Luther Laflin Mills, (Chichigo AlumlhilNumbor)------Feb. 12
Imperial Qatt---------------March12
Oratorical Contest-----------------------------___March19-
LuciusPerry Hls--------------April 2
John Kendrick Bangs---------------------------- April1l3
GENERAL ADNsIISSION TICKETS .x2.00
RESERVED SEAT TICaKETS d.t)
SINGLE ADMISSION .50
HaisnNumsbaer 1.00
Ora'orleai Constn.25
TICKETS NOW ON SALE-Reserved tlehetn on tale Tisady,;Oet. 8th, at Palmer's
dreg stoe, State street, and Waisr's bonh store, Main street.
SJAMES H1. PRUITT, Corresponding Secretary.

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