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November 03, 1903 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1903-11-03

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Annloluncement..
The Largest and Most
C ompletI ie of:..
WOOLENS
an Ann Aror will e found
at G. I. Wild & Co, 1(8
Past Washington St. Great
pains have een taken is
the selection of all sitings,
troseriogs & verceatings
for this season.
G. H. WILD CO.
108 E. Wash. St.
Latest Books
$1.08 Each
Th lgcForest,
ByStewas~rt rwaC ~iise iti9
The Hleat of Rome,
By P. MaronCiawstors
Little Shepherd of Kingdom fS
Come, By JhitFoxits
Judith of the Plains,
The Prud iti-rie Msig*
Th PodPrince,
ld inti lnt ly Mit hyit
A Forest Hearth,
By Charles Mtajii
IColonelCarters Christmas,
By F.. lleiiinso Si thit
The Call of the Wild, I
By Sac Leonion
In Bael, By Ceorge Adsi
I Meehan's
ANNS ARBOR, DETROIT,
320 So. State St 160 Woodward Av.
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
P-1-iCar, - a~lT-i-
C. H. MAJOR & CO.,
...Artistic Decorators...
203t E. asintoti . Ihu i23.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Eineedis seond-cliss iiitier at the Ann
j Aribor lost Offhce.
Publishiedldaily (Miondayecepied)deuing te
ceillege year, by te Michigani iaily Boiard
ai the 1Unisersiiy oi Miehigan.
MANAGIINGi EDITOR:
S. EMORY 'I1tiMA5I)N
BSINESS MANAGIER:
IROSCOF ICt H IJ5T1)N
EDITORS:
Athltiics. C-itiirERTIK. SWATON
.Ales, - - - - - J. S.BALEY
ASSOCIATES:
CtliffordlSiteensiot, lRoy Peeiles,
A. Al. Graver, liieiry 11.Eri
A. C. funiii. A. If.IOriteye.
hisepth YV -. r, Stoddard S. More.
George W. Bieailte. I. WaierJayne.
Editor Today-A. R. PEEBLES.
Suicereipioneiii 1ollrstr eat, pisuohte in
iaivaneIfselitiqissi iftcr Noe. 1. 1901, $2.50
Office Hoars:-1230 to :30 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. as. Daily.
Address--ROSCOE S. HSTOR, Basiness lMan-
Seer, 331 Packard Street.
Telephoae, 461.
CALENDAR.
Nov. 3.-'05 Laws cs. '06 Metdics On

I

Nov. 4 -'01 Medics vs. '06 n Egiiieers,
on Ferry Field, at 4:15 p.
Nov. 4.--Tall: byNov. 4.- Talk hy
Pint. Iteicuon ion:"Every-
uman,'' in the 'eiiiitg.
Nov. 5.-Fculty concert in Frice
Memnorial Hail.
Notv. (6.---Delbate, Alpiha Nii ss. Aidel-
Nov. 6.-Song recital, hy David Bisp-
hin, in Choral Cnion se-
Nov. 7-0. S. U. vs. Michigan, at Fer-
ry Ficld.
Nov. 7- Morality Ilay -"Everyman"
in Uivrsity Ilall, at S p.
Nov. 7.-Itebate-,titeliter is. Jetfer-
Nov. 6.-(lirls' hastethall masienelt-
igiu Barur Gyro-i. at
4::15 p. in.
IN MEMORIAM.
(Continued lFrom lPage Oiie.)
in altlt-e great issues wiihtihare
fromtin ime to timse threatened t'e
h~ighier professionial itdealts anl stai
laetds. Iis tenet as aii educator he
canie 5so iigetraly suit faeoeattly
knowv tt when Itlereents ofthlit
Ulniversity tecided to addt a depart-.
nient of dtenitistrylte seasettnsitdereid
lie- mostidesirahlt man lt tic en-
trusted with soitmpiortstaint.an sutter-
taking, anti at theireiret:tcall lie
diet o iisacrifit-e iectiniary advan-
tages ini Cininnaiilti, antl give aeton-
suit-rattle pItionitto is ~otime- In lie
eotablishimenttlottourtdentalideptart.
menst.His hclief stas that wtith the
facilit iiesitf a great tunise-rsity, such
as wert hi-ri- avtatltlte ins sin
tiictepeartiients,. atdental edutcation
stas tpossibtle.,ltroader in eciaracter
thtan coultilbe haiat aony 01tlhe pare
ini tl~is ecountry, andl he wras williing
lt mtake tli e trsoniilsacrifice teces-
sary in realize thio much lti e desired

ideal. Against the esit.idgmoent of *fON ***** ***..,Sa
his frienlds he acceg ted the call, andf Your Entire eeds in
came to Mihigan in the fall o1871.,
antI litgaitthe develplment othe*
Dental Deptartmuntt the tunitersity La1,M dia*n
itt Michigan tn standarids nmtch atovc 1F1
those whch wallthUllinforcetf
otiher schiols. This ieta at tonTT
stantly l n his minit, andt as tther
schoo-ls ame t'o tthe st-ndrds itofI
this P-iiversity le avoctedantt tdf TetBos
stiftlid i ictiig t h ttietI- autheorities,nmaterial avaices: TxtB
in the lreatoft its etrrictltitisitd New and Second-Hand.
length of time requiiredl to ito degreeoc n 1 t11p
untili the lastgetat aivantc ete ich* Drfting AstrO ul n
have lie Ot-ntalIDeatmeni t fte JILI IIrII1ISau
Ulniversity if Miehigan te rt-tditff EgneigSpls
it t l at edu catitn tn o n. * A p e c a lt y .
Dr. Taft: was a man itt litsitise cnHfvcinbtwswligt ietinay 2 ~
t others wh-n it eroieneceessay Th Right Pie Alwas.
to- secure' harmotny itt aminiestton.
Ile hail large- pamsttr theideseleept-
men oftheDenalDe-testment, saet : Secod-Hand Books
lie- couldt nel izet hisholiiis; bu " Bought ad Sold at
hre toots advantage ofetvcery ipttttltn *
1vy tinretase ntroty is ssndarits
hutt its teaching faeilities Though,
his setc tltlilne.5s tete-partmet 0 iii*Z JW A HIR'
Ibaisin existe-ite; suet by his seiimR'
15107 twithithe tate- Petit ICetyotn LI BOOK STORES,
tental dptartment asaltiatle otitltl:U ON DW ON
tigical museum was eemede.-T hi- O ONfOOO OO~O
mtuseum lhas een recentlty atgmnetledi
bty gits rotmi"lr. Winl. MitthltofO' It ii O OfN1
Lotnedon, Englaniso stthat it is litwte a
ptrobalyte etilesctin itits itidI IIi11rsity B1o001(
t leotnid in aityedental shooitlSiThe UjdIIUIIJ IJVll
failitiescfotteatchint~e t ehia LAW DEPARTMENT 9
subjects hatt'alitoitten grjty Zi
meinteid. tist tieforechisidahDrFIRST YEAR
a t ecb ildet iing I t s-is1 abiio A.... t i t it l...........
it new liii usintuit I Lw.. 3a
t s ithttedertient s ulyeup fgir aso aerui is. .00
As a s n'cisite forits grem tesiimti ttt w e I, 5t .tt 5 ce is nM r
highest bintfecrioai ttitt a en s ItOin olnIs...3
:(Setle-IonTie rttrs - - -_. itO
niksisuchliattaimiments as someotheri le-n iutiste tts on 'hrts - l. 2lt
tien iiinthi'troess .ii io t-eitettiin SECOND EAR.
tuth ie t eili vey tecnical smn t sinne it~ t itt't i-gnirritititiettm s4.ot
11"n.tiei aidvamnce, amntt by tteumselI andsym- iir9itntt Laws 2. Pl e ad iiss- 50i
slty cnti lated mantiy mitimito i-tirs tt r i' rede Iiiti --- 4 51
- 1 i1ttt'tc tue 1,-ti I 'tuiit 'lue "50i
fotwanr e-ce-lare-lits foite li ta t-i i ~f ttice? , iett . Sit - io
m-t t itt S-cuite tiad mniil l c i ti le' iie S tttt iiit- t i 'i.s i- i urstt20
whc fitite d itmt-it tin lii uctetiwrkt.but ® btittnitttis - it, t r s, Shut St
-utesgiute iiiit * THIRD YEAR. 4
is thte teathtbioiCDr. Tfilt t' I ii i tutl"1Ysimobutte t tutinlttttut
I imgis icbtmi letc rets, ielede bIy tll iteittue .h i ee uet Cae-u
bs cstutdemnts,ami et ofe iCits ittost te' ilite 'si,, t t
sotetd cesvatis whit by is stl-iac * itt r,:,1le tif
ut e ng labolutese es c- ilto ehlin iii * tsi.o0
i ttettit Int lating rt- eit'tstei 1 ontttinbiteute t s t0
In his tdeit te Seutit' eastlist a bittlu-e tuteteconteiti y *....
mwh i-i' tis lieytseettt't s i ttitatsht tyo ie ndiigtudelioit ii C . BAR'T'lEI.,,
nchaiactettr, bhicIindly maneruat his it
twite sy-mpaesitchaswonstmi hnis all LawandAimiti it ieithts 'StsNewid
whowee os coslyasocatd it :325. tate St. Secnd Floor*
hint genuine affecttin. O®O.*..*...*..e.........
(ContinuudtFrominagesOtet(i.)I _______________________
tldt tiCtle early life'ofitheibsocetyi .
Proftessore Alleni a lsopoe.lti'.e teimi- ottSCitoyti
ilihasisedithle fact lit tti'eenginee'tr Yuoei oyu
tact- mor utr-Itbit'cbt'eakig lt ottan face to hsC Williamsip'
1 ally otiler brtttti-cslmaiti-n eip.theii hvigSik
Isyrt, asmut ii'he nginei-erimu1Soitiy Sal' tik
rglees him iceonly ucanne i-,sle' in
nitollege, to gaini experiencein pubtiitlic
specaking.

THE[ STUDENTS' [[ECTURE ASSOCIATION
ANNOUJNCES
IPREi8. NORTHROP
Of
M rINNESOTA UNVERSITY --
ON
SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMrB[R 14, 1903
jSubject: "KING LEAR")j

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DI7AFIlM. .5IABOLT, M~anager
WEDNESDAY, NO V. 4.
The Dramatic amid Society Evemnt of the Season., Engagetment
of the Emntenit Artiste
ROSE mCOQ HLAN
IN
The Gireatest Ihinlg in the World
Dy (larriet Ford and Betatirice de Mille. A play of Ncw York Society
Life oft(hi. Present.
Prices 25, 50, Z5,_$1.00, $1.50. Seat Sale Now Open.
Thursdayj and Sat- Iaudeville atinee Saturday
urday, Nov.S andyVULYI'. By Artists of Ability.
Psrices: ISc, 23c, 35c, 30c. Ong Sale at Stofflet's

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