"THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
bihed Daty (Sndays ec'pted) dring the
Cllege year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OrICE: The Inlad Prets, Iening Block.
F. ENOELeIAon,'t L.
BUSINESS MANAGER. '.
0. IT.IeANs. 'O L.
ATHLETICS . . . G . IlnaUr, 'ItE
T R. WDeaw. ' L. A.t. MrDOUGAoe,'t E
A. G. BoWEea.'0.E J. B. WOO, '00,
L.J.MITOasitatY,'00, W. D. 1tcse, 'el M,
The raubscrptio price of the Hoee~e ce V.50 oe
the ellmre year with a regular deiey eoe
nonecefdaty. 'Ntice, ccouncatoss, anI
thereon ter itenedef oe plicton mst eath
handed in cc the DILYsvotteretor 0 pe., or
mailed to the edtce heor I p. in ot tho ay
previous to thai on which thy are expced to
Sushcriptins ay e loll at teeDILYOile,
31yer', orSofloteto cwtad, or with Bicean
laner. Suhcrihr will ooer a ftorteby
reporting promptly at tisi office any faiuttero
carriers to deliver toter.
All tage ie alverisig nmaticeniutte ein
the offce bcy4 p. I. on the (lay pevos to that
on which thee are to aeoer.
The telegraphic report of the Daily
upplied the pec tatocs at Satutday's
anime with the Beest oet of the Wiecot-
sin-Yale game at Newc Haven. Such
interest w s mc n'ttestd ice the outcutome
of this coetest that the eeseas every-
where eagerly awaited. Through the
tindaess of the Yale Nesthtea Daily
was enahled to supply this want.
Senator Fryeo on the Uniersita.
Senator Frye arrived here on Friday
ond reamaiced unti Sunday afternooi
as the guet of Pesident atd Ms. An-
gel. lHo wo taken out to Regets'
field on Saturday y Prersident Agel
Iaos the footall ganme. The Senator
is evidectly aqueited with the gune
for afterwards he expressed thec pion
that schtle stir here wase't very
fat foothall. IHe,,aidilac he eas ned
to seeing the hys go into it harder.
He asoe told a representative of The
Daily, who nmet him, that he rao meact
intpressed with the audience ehich aet
him in the evening. The attentios
which was given attncombined with the
acoustic excellenis ocithtic hal ade
him eohusiatic and he woeult hve
tallied tee an houe lnger had lee ccc
been aftaid that the audience woeuli
tire. ''hugh, ue hal is large, Seater
Frye said that he could easily hove
lectured in a haltwtin e as large. Its
lad ate excelet voice.
Iteas much impressed with the
Univer sity fromiwaeti-lie aseonthea
visits shich e r'de to the different
tuidinseocc Saturday. He thitko ours
is a woderful college. It's tumerou
buidis, acd extensie euipmen'ts
tmake it the greatest cellege in the cu-
try. The inluence whih is exere lby
such ani institution seemed to hisa to
He let yesterday afternoon for his
hoene ice Mssachusetts. He is a busy
tian, having been away from hms for
three weeks, during most of thact time
be has been in Ohio delivering teo
speeches a day.
'03 Me i s Elect Ol~iers.
Thse'H3 medical class hld a meeting
Friday evening, and after adoting a
cnstitution proceeded to et offers
for the ensuing year. While factions
sere ntet very forcibly detnonstrated, a
numbner of candidates scre ofe~rd.
After the ballts were counted the o-
oswing officers serer declared elected:
Walter P. Peck, president; Miss M.
In. Moore, vice-president; G. I. Lynch,
secretary; F. H. Meyer, treasurer; W.
S. Shipp, ahltic saager.
Mrs. Abbott Ousted.
The Supreme Court has issued a set
of auster against Mrs. MerriHaoevrr
Abbott, proseutor at Ogemaw County.
Mrs. Abbatt graduated with the lass
class f '98, and was elected prosecutor
the folloswing fall The attrny general
brought qua warranto proeedngs to
tet her eligbility is hld ffce. The
court decided that It was uncnsttu-
tianal fr a waman in be prosecutor,
Cntined from firtpag.
men in the class. He in a graduate of
the Normal school at Ypsilanti clas of
'09. After graduation there he accepted
the position of principal of the Cos
City high school, renmaining there for
three years. He eas then advanced to
the superintendency of the shools at
Naon IRapids. After five yeas in tat
place he resigned to take a lasv coos
u: the University. He tas been a lit'
itrurance agent during his -collee
course his success beg shown by
the fat that he lan seteo state
championships offered by the Mutual
Life Iensuraence Co., of Nev York, gives
to ito agent swhsould write up the
nsmost business in a given length of time.
The folloeing other officers werc
elected: Vice-president, W. A. West-
ftall, of Savanna, Ill.; H. C. Beatte, of
Wilmot, recording secretary; F. A. Cr-
nal, of Waddingon, N. Y. athletic mno
agter; B. J. One, of Doeagia, reas-
seer. 'rie resaning class oflcers siil
he eleced next Saturday at iS a. e.
Saturdaty's Football Scores.
ictihigant Alumcni, 0; 'Varsity .
Yate 6; 'eiconsitn0.
B~eloit 11; Nothwesesern .
H~arsvard 11; iBrown 0.
Iowaee1it'Rush OMedical College .
Biuffalo 0; tase, School, Clevelatnd, .
Prineetoec 2; West Poet0S
tColucmbia 1; Aehert .
eriel ; Lehigh .
Hissosrei; Nbraska .
Hidt'elbuere 22: Toleo 2.
'c'c'rsc Reserverr6; Kenyon 5.
lartoneteuth 12; Williamns t.
Cincinnati ; Vaderibilt 0.
'Tr init y1t; Anhertist "gges," 5.
Lafayette, ; Pennsylvania, .
The Death of Miss Fannie E. Lang
21;re Facnie E Landos. instruct or ic
Zoelogy, died early yesterday norein
after auiter eatione tir oappediciis
Hus Langtontieras takten sethancitiattach
tf apeictis les than a werekcago.
An operieoneascs feund necesary,
fromec e iti she dietnet reciteer.
Hviss Langdiio entredtithe Uciersity
in thtechalrf '1i grduatigiwith the
cltass itt'1. She tpursued during tis
tue' spi'eat srk ni iebetany adezoo
logy. Sitheaeareded ter mnaster's
degree it yearteter. Itedecitely spte
her gradetoen sie wacs neacee instructor
lee btany, retatning thatpoeetiton tie
ye'ars . She sas then apptoeted incstre-
ter inczoology, achting ie tatucaaciity
last year. Hoing her connection ewith
the' Uniersity she tursuet original
studieswstll great su-ces and contri
besteedseeral essys tee setional scecese
publicationsoieeetc results of her i-
'The'brheitr of the dcasd aried
this mecereing tee take the remainlse to
Besten feet burial.
Short cericeeewill e hld this afier-
noon100 0. Jeffersoncestreet ewhere
she had resde'd.
Captain Stekliii-i-as ucacble to pla
muces andte ndeseess ies side.IHe
hoptes, hoiee-r to Igt itceis Illinoiso
Supplies antd Dissectiag
We geats ete tergoode,
We gcaatcte tice ice.
J. J. QuiBRIY,
C.&let~t2'HDRUt2G O RE-WO
ONE SOLID WEEK
Commencing Monday, Oct. 16.
In a repertoire af Oera, High Clana Yadellles
and Living Piturers.
Popular Price, 10, 20 and 30 et..
(Mata-ee every day ater Mnday.-,
2,00 Sale at t0, a fewrat.
TIS BEST ANYGOOD FO?
IF NOT, OUR
Waesl-ezie Box Catlf, Wineter Ruessia, Storm Calf, ansd Vici leatheer
liened Met's Liace FSoes at $2.98 will suit yoH tn perfectiste.
Equasl to Magazinte $3.50 advertised soeos. Has all te style, no
new w srieckle missileg.
CLASS'S SHOE STORE -m;'0 SOUTH MAIN
RNItAm USMTIT GS3
here noes is parttcularly faecis
because nur ntock en an teens
fresh, in full itt new Itiga. 1E
us to lieshatnoP cu wnt'"
Hosiery --- -
Scotch Madi-as, $i.oo, $1.5o and $2.co
The Largest and
Woenl and Cotton kBest Line in the
Plain and Fancy City
15, 25, 50, 75cta, $1.00
Noble's Star Clothing House
2JCISM7 FROM TI-WIPRgS
ANN ARBOR BRANCF
CALLAGHAN AND CO.
340 STATE ST. LAW BUILDING
G~AS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
V PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIALTY.e SANITARY PI t2IlitNO, SEAANDesaxeIOs Ton tsATI"RIETIIn
J___ . F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
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SNOW LAUNDRY 50 ~ ~ Ii~
Voter laundry wshed clean andes-elI Gentleme's ae hri lsrss. ltssdaeyetto0p en,
starchir ied dironret. Evervthinghblsehed Lase ghcinigc lascts, Weei., o10p~i.
andnairedout of doers. Te iy an. PINK BROS., Insgructors.
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Before haying your note hooks or lestuare covers roll to and see stir noew patent sover. 'The
paper does nsttoe or getemisplaced as in tine old stylt?ingilotehuboks.
Parker and Waterman Pep's from $1.25 up. Wholesale arqd Retail'
Paper from 10 cents a Pound up.
F. J. SCHLEEDE, 340 South Slate Street..
GET YOUR 99'
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fIT TfHEB INLfIND PRFES&'
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Will canvine yea that ypancanbuhasgoad etylish shoe foe $2.a50,
$3.00 and $3.50
.PRII-i.L.'S SH+OE STORE.
A GOOD CLOTHES BRUSH FOR 10 CENTS AT MUMME ROt'S DRUG STORE.