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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered assoecod- so c5 ier at the Ann
Arbor 1.as: .ird ee

Annlouncemfent..1;

Plilshed da:ily (Mnday excepted) during the
college year, at 11: E. Washington:street,
(baemencsteaor, side entrance) Phoner802-3r
MANAGING EDITOR :
S. I ttY TIY ltIMA.SON
I BUSINESS MANAGER:
tlOSC'tt1'. B. tlTON
EDITORS:

The Larget and Most
Compsilete' Line of:::

Aihietiir". - - - RlOBtERIs. WALTON
Naas, - - - - - .. S. Atne
ASSOCIATES:
Alif1ord t ot , itRoy .Pebles.
flA. C.IP aid. A.iH.tOrtnmeyer.
W v L j 0 ,t.'1 a vet r g. . It e Jy ce. i
L E S toisep Ybeer. .Sodda:rd S.More.
tee. A. Otsiborn. Haold IC. Soitih.
HayI:e. tt. Andrtews~.
in in Aborwil befoulcl Editor Today-A. H. ORTMEYER.
at ('. IT.Wild & t" (iCo',1 tscipiot _Tie::IJ::lii er yart, payi le 05
Fast Washintgtons St. IGteat tac.I eltitet tr-Nu 1193$ r
pa:ins have teenitakitt n iiiie.t di~ieitti~Ai.1 ittPt
thie' el:':titit:or1al11 -itilgs. 010ice Hoars:--12:300to :30 and 6:30 to 7:30
teiii:ito.2-- A ovet'eiatistis p. m. Daily.
firt: tthi.:iii-' nAddress -ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Han-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Teiephoni, 460.
108 F. Wash. St. CALENDAR.
101** 4SO 0 *94.----it t Lectur:eby tcrof. F. J. Tar-
ne oi -.'it: Bttgtitnitngs of the.
Stewa.rt Edward White W \est," in 'IT:atanItall lecture
a ul $1. 32:o~jt~ 1"'s' i:: Ii E i~iiit:: : Aittet t:
A Flito ittntteetd t:: of 5 Siilec.t 'toiti ta e agu
th ia i:ee tT11 i':Ii* Let::ce 1 n by rryat l lti Et::t, of
eajt(t't 'i t , fl-:~ rt ciCfi 0 - DC- I --tIcetact, nt tpeadt in at r bome-
tIwei f 0 (e cor dt: s ( ic tdrralScf
j :' ttiomae : o ar-Ityi d" Dee.--0-iSOG nta yoofdonor Sane
aditttr'ti.0 A Y.et's ut I I' ii to o MuicatIn
I4.11wl ttis."aiy 1 hsa.t\leoii * NTIEOFPSeTPONleMtleNT.~
th h ste tt:~r ':and. tie'woner ofitet.i:' . A . LectureMoe
sai of a r.ita itetea t:di : 'u:iisIed "bas * h alt, l o "teoIr tic em
toods:'s ftie m'a t ie ot it te e.10 -96 lsSdne
ths uait o hs or i ior iNTICE1 i OF:: P'ST PO N a Erte:ME .
pro inet tan ver heyor * 0 ' n I'll ,iit atoflhtel:oard f e Cn-
he? e ar tosI epri n cs a irlt:oftthe: cit: tganiyDtai:ly' is:gc os:t-
320ilSo.iSte St il60sWo 'dwaA, me:115 ill:::e::tiditnara too l, \r:-nt
abits t:fittood:1liefA. tstetche:etatf thea
Y atl',aat 4 'e.tin ti T. eaSCO' iT
. abTLE d tOe woLdsIdUas t i S:d(t:,ee::tyen
Thos ewshnrtoh e theirtro, oms papre,- oto aie Ca hao b irom c-.
tint O ted,mo ec ors ted s i tlei: e Ciao rcolit
Durin the hristas VaationS::r:el ialsrtrSenlat' fte
shoud lave rdes eoly. lfe at itird t(Ontc:',hare coee men000
20 o.SWashntoSt. 1 'PhWo nerd A 37 Ihel atChou'andtttdollarsn ha: been

Prof. Matic W. Sampon, of Indi-
ana woo eleted Ipresident no' the
Western Conference, to oscced Pro
feso:r .Jones, of Minnesota. Tep
plications of Nebraosa and Nore
Dame for admission were not granted,
on the grdund that the conference
would become tunwieldy if enlarged.
From the Chicago Daily Macon:
"We really ou1gt lto say we feet a
maling bloe at the Mihigan gae-
butf wat's the lsa?"
A iunique meh:of'£jpromoing Spn-
i1: cnvrsation amotig the members
h~ao beets adopltedI by El Circulolbtee'
te, a Spanishelu tb at the lUnivesi~y
of Caifornia. Dances and social par-
ties ace given by the club, and the
convesation at these affairs to entire-
ly in Spanish. n this manner they
hope to eomne proficient in the Span-
ish tnguet.
Th~e engineers at the tUniversity of
Iowa made an innvation in rottig
at a recent football game They come
oto the Gield intwos large wagos
drown by a tractiotn engine. Exoepti
when the signals were being givn
thley kept up a systematic tootttg of
the engine owhistle along wtil:tiri
00w11rooting.
The students at Nrtwestern tUnt'
rersity are cnsidring te prchtas'
of the old Eanston: Boat C'lub,:t: le
used at a students' clolb:ous.
A Stong Man's Cubl is orgaied
at the uniersity of Minesota, cne:
sistinig of all met: wo eed Si0l
paints in:the strenlgthl 100.
Tihe tnews'gymasumn:at Princ:eton:,
wrhichl has tbenildttting Ifor:'th' 1100
ye'ar, wiltte formally opteeisooni.
ORGANIZATION AND PLANS,
'Th e ogaliaioitothe.:::'Wom'a'
Leagu~e andt the 1:101:0for the'y'ar'
wt(reor'a1t present practiatlly com
twenlty studtentseac'h. 'et: fth
mienmbers :of earl: goupl art' uppettr
lassmetllatndlspoore, woi are to
new girls ws'o':copletetthI:'g'outp.
Raofltse Itwent y-ne:'grupttisto t
have at:uppehr'classtnattoattdtseeral
ptronest:'se froms amntg te' tt'ulty
tbodies at its lead t avise te:'girts,
t etp ptane'ntetainmen'lts, et-. Dur-
ingg the year act: of tese gt'o:ups eit
tot givt, for all te embter of the
leagule several enltetainmllentsa.of
whatever nature tle membters :1sit'.
In addtitioin the mtemblesofit'eahi
grouop:are supposed t:to-e. seitly
frendly In each1:11:0, adto I)mteet
socially as a grouph.
lUptthitlim ue tis yer tetpar-
ties given tuner tlt auspices tof tle.
Woman's League, te fancy-ress pa-
ty and the Thanksgiving party, hae)
beenl givent by the league as a whole
Beginninag in ft' ncac futrethe' var-
ois groups~ will begi theit workt.'IThe'
ist groutp tparty wilt Itt'ivieln rbt-
ably Fridlay hDeembel 1iTe cha'rb' -t-
actrloffthis part y is not11yt ant
nonlced.
Tile namves (f the leades andt pat-
ronenses of the grotup011:1th' lists
of persons ii each, will he fontdIpot
ed tin the bulletin in the ath f Bar
hour Giymnasiuim; all Woman's Leage
girls sohtldlo11k1: tithe lists adilse
,ini which groutp theit names ome.

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tTiHE STUDENTS [[CTUJR[ ASSOCIATION
'President ELIOT s
Of HARVARD IUNIV[RSITY
r 6D1effocratic Remfedies for Indllstrial Strife"J
Tuesday IEvening, Dec. 8
LECTURE BEGINS at 8 O'1CLOCKi
Admission, - $1.00. 8Seaso1 Tickets, - $1.50

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