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October 17, 1896 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sandays excepted) during
the Golegs yvear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Greats: Times building, 79 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty ad William Ste.
MANAGING EDITOR
E. R. SUNDERLANDs, '97.
EDITORIS
E. L. GEIsMsEn, '98 L. F. S. STONSo, 'B8.
B. B. 1iiiTn Any, '99. 1i. B. SKILAssssa, '9S L.
C. MI. GREN, 99. Athletic Editor.
BUSINESS CANAGER51

e'xolusiveistss, tvliili really :lsti the
liiagtscile asoa literary oi'gai of the
iiivei'sity. Nosy no ottoecats tomiplais
that lie is slighted or thai sonic one
else is favored iiore titan 'he. Every
sindent ,inithe liniversity 1107 only
has the triviline of sending, contrihs-
tiotis'to tho Inlainder, bittbe is urged
to do s0. 'Thle' Inlatnder lhisinowvhi
('('111'ii tuly representative pabllica-
titon, and" the stinhent hocly wili tiol
loll itself ini a very flattering position
if it does 1n(trespond tibe Iia tily
to the tienerone rectnesi of the edblors.

U
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A GOOD OASEz
wilts the jury of soehttyers anti lila
ones hy a heavy majority. Footwear
should he top dnality. 'Te feet can't
stand anything else. Prices solnd be
low', so as to beep the oboe lax within
bouts. Youi won't feel outr shoe
prices, httt they will miabe yott feel
pleased. Thiere tire no corn growers
libo had shoes. Come to tisad get
somtehing, th'atyonu('in wear youtrself,
instead of the osioeweariing yonr foot.
L. GRUNERN A ai 44r

J F.THOAS,.'07, Assistant. Lake Forest Plays Today,
ASSOCIATE EDtTORS5 'fit' 'Vrsityiplays Lake' lors')at
W. 'It. iloobro'. S . . Istitli. '97- 1the athtltetic tutu this aotirnoto at3
F. M1. Loomis. '9. Louise tDodge, '9i9.
IV. P. M~oreill, '98. IH. B. Coreiniti. o ci'ilot'k.'flit' visitoitts tiltsays haivt-a
A. At. South. 'P ftai-ly strtoligstalstil will tintistiht
NiN 'thy nials' ifti'gaisiet' 1 t't' tt vv esriy
__________________ ____________ 's' eii-., Eat-i' in1it'e teart'hley
The suscsriptiottnice oathei.' Ptilby is 52.50 N\ire ' t'featlti lilintttoit y a ocatnl
toerelse coilege yea.,ciii a ergotie deliveiry,
before tnooii eati doe. Notitescs. ttt iutic' t lt'eitd scoettt, aniti itiSiripa
Lions, and otermstter inttnteittit-tubltoa
lion messt beitantded it at 1ihe'Daily tffice'be- Rwis-oit wolvttfito it 'itt o 14lt ).
tote I8o-.at., or cailed lto the editor before t-.
ps., ofthedtay previos to that itn swhichlyti MleCowvrvAlywllp'b
thevyareexeceted to;, W1or. .ti u' es'i.li-s-l ttl
subescriptions may beit' i it t'etDaiy ailys-1)ie'~imiilitt-it'ti frill1,n )1t
Gfilee.Mleye's or Otliet sNeittid.oer oiithnhl i
will soiniesshhMantse. Ootetiie.iil'ion- 1-tif ale
ter a tavor by repoettiig ptrtsiitliy at this tli tit'
sffier iiy failurefcrri les lti ee "pise. Aicl-a wilin il)sfoo,'
't'liifactitit it's tof t hit'lhi .11tdliter-Wtitctle eni' icni
~ a~. husistii lii I'tire gta-do; 1Villa itt 'Jimltiu-is-Li
ar-ytfeott'el.s ltli is videist edca't 14io 1tf liii ll's; and1 1 { 'ill 11,11 endst-b.h-
by15-\list-1letsdent't'ii ctmtlytigthe
Pts'fgs-its a I 'ltdiin his scsi goiiio' tte
dtiysXt 'tdlsitlytsandh l-ritlty.- at7
iii sity.
p. i.;ITiteshays and T'fi1ssi-ii s'l f
tails of' t' plani--Fill his'gist iillAoditul.
'7111 Liti'try t itss tools hluh 0' teven- ' 111'1eicant'tltttb ut provset'vvry intert'st-
ilt)see li ti ti ovidthe liityIw11h55 heiielis
tickbets.we tin'linialels Io "ive-lt'ipr-
Deon DOoge at Newberry Hall.
of it. Wi' tre always ss dlilt5to lido____
whatl5 t i clt for sttlitls' aifa- t of lii'h Stundaiy imornitig tiddsre ssat.
thisiitslslsvkid i'utwelrawtsv eii'line t' iiNcwlii'rry Ilatom usuorrowsv will lit by~
bltyiig tittie~s fttr oiur rt'poirtters and Deaitn 'Ilcrl iii L. Dl lo ;t'out"''lpultf
ttftt'rvtrd ts writ'till)ititir 1(ta'itiimetietings latinigaso thiy sdo frtoii 1:.1
in tiii shlllhitsurs if the soni-ittg. t11: 10:15are ttacliti ill nninitsil
ainsitlit of interest this sytar. Bucftire
lbs. e'diof theli'yt'ar the iresicets itt
newInlnde Bordtha bieray tiletirly tall of thle leciditig it'hig;col-
'rbtlinstre solii~et traiLn studenits -- -
sl~u, tit s~,ithilt itr it d.c tinll'Ciiig

ST0YL1iH, +
qKE.."D1RESSERS.
055aWANT FASHIONABLE

HATrS ANED OAFS
OUR~ IMPER~IAL HFID'S CAPS
DERBY AT $3.00 Ate cutstylishh,hlookstyihauid are made
gies 71u allthe'style andsquaity you netlin - -t
1 a bOblHat;,11heonly iern s saving 5(of X2105nC'74 $1z00 N D $ni501
SOpening-u Challenge Sale!
Uinderw'e'tr, all wool, leeco mie, $1.450) and $1. 25, now 75
_ ceists a Suit or 40 cents a Garmnt.si Socks, block and tan, 9
fonts per pir, wore 20 cents. Socks, 7c per piir, were 15c.
Shirts, Fancy bosom asit white at 39 fonts worth 75 conts.
Sirts in full dress aid fanscy colored bosolms at 88 conts,
> wer $1.2 and $1.50. Monarch Shirts included in this sale.
Neckwear-i9c aiid 35c Strings, Fousr-in-Hlantds, Puiffs,an
I~oavs, elc. $2.00 Hats at $1.50. $3.00 Hats at $2.25. Sim-
ilar redusttion on all other' Hats. Gloves, Mackintoshes Sus-
ponders, IHndkerchiefs, Canes, etc., oct.. all includedl in this
sale. Two weeks only, beginning Thursday, Oct. 15,
and ending Thursday, Oct. 29. Ev erybody Invited.
DEARBORIN & CO.s
...Gents' Furnishers and Hatters...
44 South State St., -Ann Arbor.
(Come in and get your Shoes Shined Free Every Day-!?!!

of the tisiversity.,is 11111'11111otightl
to be ttroitghtiioIth le pirtetticr notice
of everyonei. It hats horetofort'es'en
tile somtewhatlnasrrowss'policy of ti'
s'diors to ptersonally requettoticiles
front those whose ilrodtlstions ihey
wished ho irint. Olier Ipersonls,
whether they wero able to write or
stat, wiere made to siidestand thiatt
thsey were not ont he Inisnier's chioseti
list. No greater bretich of etiuette
(otuldtbe coniti~ltedth lan to stnast
contributlion which hadl sot been spe-
ecitilly atied for. 'ThIis fe'e'intg sv t
very withely iprevalent its this't'iiver-
sitj', anid the Inier DoassO grews
almost entirely ou1 of symtsishy svit
the studettc body007.
I-lt the present hoard inteinds to
break away ftoi the od pokey LI

as w-iill 11100 promhlinenltt titn fiont
otlier stte. Deasn IlOoge is -iseli
biiosi to be oiie oflt'issosti iint
tintd intereshtig sitaehier on ite

THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Thi Stiit; Lctre Anol-OFn --ure

campus and11111 illts no Wiohd'sof reoi-j .Leland. T. Powers_
illendslion ho those swho know- 1is. I Boston Ladies' Symphony Orchestra-

-Nov. 3Q
---Dec. 11

Unity Club Lecture.
''lil' secoisuletutsre'its ist' l'nity
l'lssb cossei viii be'delivered next
Monday evening buythee. E. L. Rex-
foid, D. D., of Columbults,. Ohio. formi-
erly of )e'truit. Dr. Rtexforud is osle
or thueniost brilliasnt preachlers andu
leesirers in lice counetry. IHi-subslject
wvill be "'The New-cot Sciente."
U. of M. Dining Hall, tit E. Liborly
st. Wo aim to please; if not, please
tell ns why; if we do, please tell yonr
friends. $2.50 per weeb. 25

Charles A. Dana------------.-------------------_-- Jan. 21
Ex-President Hrio-------------Feb. 1
Luther Laflin Mills, (Chicao Alumni Number) _--------- __ Feb. 12
Imperial Quartet-------------------------------- March12
Oratorical Cnet--------------March 19
Lucius Perry ils--------------April 2
John Kendrick Bag-------------April 13
GENERAL ADAIISSJON TICKETS $,2.001
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS 25
SINGLE ADMISSION .501
Harrison Numaher .$1.00
Orta~orleal Contest .25
TICKETS NOW ON SALE-eserved tickets on sale Thuraday,;eL .Sub. at 'Palmer's
dept- store, Slate streent, and Wae's book store, A1ainstreeL.
. JAMES H. PRtUITT, Corresponding Secretary.

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