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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Alllolllcement.
The Largest and Most
Compete Line of..
WOOLENS
in Ann Arbor will be fond
at C. 1. Wild & Co's, 108
E+ast Wahington St. Great
pains have been taken in
the seletion of all suiting,
ti ousrings \& ovetints
for this season
G. II. WILD CO,
108 E. Wash. St.
Cht'eapest Place in
I± the city for all
B Kinds of
SText- BooksI
Agents for
Keuffel & Esser's Drawing In-
struments
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens
Try (11r
One Dollar Fountain Pens
Wlarraned.
SHEEHAN & CO,
320 Soth State Sreet. j
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.'
('epilal 4leet , 0515. Srpls BS170.
Itesoreins. ?,00.00S0S
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TANSACTE.
OFIE': Us, ltilt. Iliscet. Usres.,x. i.
larriosin, Vies 'rs . L F.riz,. Csie.
Offien 2011 . 4th Ave. Phone 98. Resi-
dence 302 S. 5th Ave. l'lone 314.
Ambulance on call.

THE MICHIGIAN DAILY cocin, Mr. Bernard Greene, at pis
st superintendent of the Congres-
Lont ied as secotnd i lii imalies t the Ans( sional Library Building in Washing-
Asbes Pest Olice. ton, was lbs engineer whiicimplted
l'ublisheud (Iily (llc(lacyexcepitedosuing ts the Wahingtoii monument. It is noit
cllege ysar, blihe i lieign holy Boeard so well known that Professor Greene
at tse iviersiyif Mihigan. _ was called in consultation relative to
MANAGING EDITOR: Iis remarkable examle of engineer
S. EMORIY'fHiOMASON ing construction. e was also called
BUSINESS MANAGER:( by the aie engineer to consult about
iOSCOE BIt RUSTON the dome over the Congressiunal i
- -brary.
EDITORS: Professor Greene's papers and books
Ahicis. - - - losis . IALO have taken rank as autorities in civil
15:0, - - - - - .. S. BALs
ASSOCIATES:l engineering litercire. During theClfodSevno, oyeees wheofispfsinacrere
A. Al. Gise, Phlip C, Ito's. appearsi to hve given special often
A. C. P'ond. A. H. lOsimeyss. ion in the invention nd development
Josceph Y.s. Hr, Siokdardl S.Me. of graphical methods of analysis as
Gecigsl. lBeadle. 1. Wail:' Jayne. api'JieII to franmes, bridges, and arches.
Geo. A. Osbornc. Hldeu C. Smt. In fact, his first small volume on
Ed - -Tdy-EOGEA -OBO- "Roof Trsses," bt a pamhlt in
Editr Tday-EORE A.OSBRNsize, was published wien the first i
Subscripin-Twe Dliasepr eariu, payablei, months after he left his practice as an
advaee. If (Wli es Iaf1 e ~. , 103, $.50 enineer to ake iii his work as a
- - --teacher. This brochure exhiied a
OffceHors -2:0 o :3 ad :3 t 730command of theoretical processes
p. in. Daily. hta nercivdteamrto
Address-ROSCOB B. HUSTON, Business Man- ta toc sev: h imrto
ager, 331 Packard Sreet. ci his colleagues. In 1875 he puib
Telephone, 461. lishetd a paper on "The Analysis of
Bridge Truses," cull during the sanie
y year and the succeeding one a erise
= of "Papers on Sout russes' apleartd.
in the "Engineering News," of which)
CALENDAR. e sas (tic a ime associae editr
Hils well-knowsn "Graphics for 'E+ngi
Oct. 3:-.-Lectureeonu"Glas Bgines," ers" was puiblishedin iithree ats;
by E. J. Siodd:ard, in P'hy otne on Roof 'frisses iii 876; a secc
sis Lcture roo~m, at 8 Ii nd oni:Brige Trsses in 187; anl
in. ithe third on Arches in Deceiber f
Oct. 3:n.-S:::ter:: Cliii:smoi:ker. the sane year. In 1897 was pub~llised
Gt .ll.-lialkose'en social, Newberry lhis last book, eintiledI "Strctral
Ha~ll, at 8 p. Mi. Mechanics."
Oct. 1. -Michigan vs. Minnesta, a
Minieapolis. Reurns giv. 'It' sec:nd cd thiri patstof his
en i University Hal di-r."Grahic::s for Egieers' are larglyi
illg gao::'beginninug a deoted Ito an: triginal nethod of ii
10 p.in.grahicl analysi as :appllidt'h ii
Oct. 1ilalloseen scial, ini Baptisttrissts anl arches. 1It as lbe: x'
Guild House.itensively used lip the'prtfessiun, aid
Nov. .--Song recital, by Da:vidl Iip itiwas apllied It: Itermie lbs
ham, in Choral Uicn se- sresses in sch sritlr es as lhe' steei
ricsclic briges artss tegset Niaar
Nov. 7-0. S. 8. vs. Michigan, at Feregorge, andl in the Wasingtn lbrig
ry iField. acrss ihe Harlem Iiver ci New Yrk
Nov 7. -Moraliy play- "Evervyman" Tee buks constittes a vul:able con
in nierstyBal, t 8p.iil::ti:n isoilhe tecniical liiratre
i1T ivril1 ll l iandsworkinlg rmthiods :of Ie profes
m. ~ioinl, as wll as Ioithe' naerial for
Professir Greene's cmimndi:o f pur
mm::unl. Only a few ays befor and lulcidlEngelib was a surce:-o:f mch'l
iis beall, lit'expre'sse'ulth::'hipe thai graificatiounis Io itiosi' who:lisi:t'edito
lie mightlivhi':'o :seehe udepar mnviii inscitntifii' aduresses. He ioldi
hous:sedi'nithIe sple'ndiduln:'s busildig setkubythe hur:i'on iiiiabsrse
wshich: is uiuvw:ntarinig comupletion:: tichniical subjc,wstill a hoer f i
'hlis stisfactio:n was :du'niedl Isi l::miniaiing exosiiioad:wstill:such.
Wo 1ld itint,,belitthineg itIoIOa lsthe 'corrtct and:limpidilEnilishithal
nisw edii'"T'lie Grene Eginering senoigrap~hic rephort :nedi'dlno:re
Builig'' initemiry of Iiie firsilDeans visionI.to::fit ii fousilictio5n.
of ltiheidepartmentsi.aliiias an: apphro As a tieacetr lie possesse'dth le ow
lriate tribut:e to: one:'wyho:gave iht ir of leart'luciaion. Ht'sugt. Io
01 irty lbint years o is iilife tothi' de:'c:nince, to:ritch:fileraniinig fsi:
s'elopinnilof aipr'ofessiional sch::ol::silty, caiii Io:train thessju:gmsen rather
swhii'hi is inows'seondlin impoiranct'i(hal his neniory. 'h'e csui'cessiosiu ii
to nii otber in: thIe IUniversity impo:rait professionhal poisiinsfield!
Dlurig his long term of service isIby his former pupils are the bist vi
11:: Uisiversit y Priofessor Greenie en idene, if aiy were Ieee, a hit
gaeid in ihe lpracict' if his prifes 5tias a rarely succesful teacher. Th'e
sin, chiely as :a conIsulting cailte are cii open biikukhnwIand rad
signing eiiginsi'(y, anidlalways willsf all min, aii:(.hey tsifyuofhi:.
markedl success. lie was chief en As absorbing as sas Professor:
giiieer ofthIle T'oledo, Ani:Abior andi Greene's iteresinii Iis hrfession andii
Northerns Railro:ad, 1871181 ; 5uI~ernin ii hscpupil, le was nne:iti' lssIn
tent and1 conusruciingengineer f interestedl as a citens ihe welfare
Ilhi' Wheeling R& Lake :Erie airoad of Ann Arborandl in many ut hs hsh
bridlge at 'Toledo:, 188-2; designer ness enterprises. Heswas for sev
and superintenident of cnstruction oh ral years vice-presideitoft heb Farm
thie Ain Arbor sater works, 18851; andl ers and Mechanics Bank, and a: direc
designer of the Ann Arbor sewer sys' .-.-
tem, 1890. It is well known tha his (Coninued on Page Tihree.

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2 Law, M~edical anld
z all Ulliversity I
* Text-Books.,
* New and Second-Hand.
SDrafting Instrumients and 2
" Engineering .Supplies 2
z A Specialty.
SThe Right Prices Always :
SSecond-Hand Books :
Bought and Sold at +1
SWA HR'S
BOOK STORES,
UP TOWN DOWN TOWN.:2
PRIVATIE WIRE
To
IAccri_ 'o eoiuitt::r iusaies
toln,: wieusill heport thei
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by pr~xit ~e 'res ini
dtail eachi play fl istuntts
Ife iii: hais tnp~u s:1litce. is
playein i:ouru'show wuindows
i 001 s :ii:LaS riti e du.
You're Invited to Look.
GOODSPEED'S
Varsity Haberdashers
1 17 S. Pliain St., Ann Arbor
H-otifaces ctold and
refreshled. Wuilliams'
Shaving Stick'.

THE[ STUDEUNTS' [[CITUR[ASSOCIATION
ANNOUNCES
Mrs. Martha S., Gielow
Thursdaiy EveningOct. 29
SUBJECT:
b outbern Dialect Stories
Themnxt mombor 0n the Courso is Pros. Northrup, of
imuoesota University, em Nov. 14, tho date of tho Wiscon-
scm ONiooii ganNOo

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