THE 7U.NIVERSITYOF MICHIGAN DAILY
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STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSO-
Twelve. Numbers to be Given This
Year. Tickets On Sale at
COURSE OF 1899 - 1900.
3. Congressnan i.P. Dolliver, Oct. 27
4. Max Bendix Company, Nov. 4.
5. Brig. Gcn. Charles King, Nov. 1 7.
6. Will Carleton, Jan. 1 7.
7.. Sousa and his Band, Feb. 20.
8. ,lohn Temple Graves, Mar. 3.
9. F. Hopkinson Smith, March 1 5.
1 0. Oratorical Contest, March 25.
11. Chicago Alumni Number.
1 2. Announced Later.
Season tickets $2.00. Reserved
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L AMPS FOR STUDENTS
We have a fine assorttment of Coatee Deaft, Nickel-plated Loamps, including The Royal, The
Rochester and the Plumewooad, The Berlin and PerfectionStodent Lanmps.
The New Lotnp. Ploumewood, i0 an odvaonce in Latops. It givensamore light toe the oil used than
any Lamp of its kind. We cnn give you the best Lanmps tee the
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Societtj Programs. Calendar.
Webster-Saturdoy, Oct. 27, Monte by Satorday, Ocl. 27-Congresnman John
committee; current evento, T. R. Macrns P. Dolliver in. S. L A. courne in Pal-
speech-Life of John Sherman, Louisvesthal
H. Ehrlich; Impromptus: H. S. Writes, StroOt 5-ont o li
E. M. Priest, H. Raae. tDebate, Re-
nolved that the ballot should he ox- 0010, at Champaign. All Freshman vs.
tended to women in national and ntate Nrasa tltcfed
politicn, Aff. J. E. Tor-bell, G. W. Saturday, Nov. 4.-'Varsity vo. Vie-
Blaine, W C. Dlios; neg, T. E. Lyon, ginia ot Detroit.,
James Chenowith, H. L. Child. Generol Saturdoy, Nov. 11.-'Varoity vn. Penn-
Debate; tteading J. H. Hanburg; Crit- Sylvania at Philodelphia.
len t eport, C. P. Halt.
Jcffronian-Saturday, Oct. 25.-
GCurrent evento--Mr. Nieman; Address,
Mr. Rosenhaupt; enay-Mr. Happen-
port; Inmpromptu debate-Aff-Pearry;
neg-Williamo. General debate, Re-
nolved that the Doers are justified in
the stand ltken against England. Aff.
Sehoulder and Dickinson; Neg. Fall
and McPhernon. G~lico retort, L. P.
Thoe Alpha No and the Adelphi hold
thoeir preliminary debates in their hallo
MisBuell, dresnmaking and ladies'
tailoring. 909 E. Ann at. It
Howard hatn at Wadhams, Ryan&
Retale. Rest hat on the market at $3.t0.
2G0-202 S. Main at.
Tolman yesterday beat Prentiss in
the 1, It semi-final of the golf tournta-
ment three up atod two to play. Tis
leaves Tolman in the final with Prof.
Trueblood to be played on Saturday At
7:30 a. m.
Reuben H. Kempf, from European
Gonervatory, Germany, teacher at
piano, organ and musieal compositiot;
also the art of teaching. Studio 312
S. Division at. -30
A F. Ashbacker, '99, is at Martins-
Saturday, Nov. 1t-Varsity vs. Gase
at Regent's Field.
Saturday, Nov. 25-Varsity vs. Rula-
mazoo, at Regents' Field.
The Value oT Good Hicking in Foot-
The following statistics of the Yale-
Wisconsin game last Saturday, whicta
Yale won by a score of 6 to 0 are in-
teresting ao shooing the vatue of good
punting. Yale, exclusive of Richard's
long run for a touchdown, advanced
the ball 250 yards-220 yards before
the touchdown and 30 yards after.
Wisconoin, during the entire game in-
cluding a run of 30 yards advanced
the ball less than 50 yards. Still the
net result of Yale's 210 yards was matte
aboolutely nothing by ODes's magni-
cent kicking, as without Richard's ran
Yale could not have. scored. The vale
of good kicking could have no more
Anew line of Manhattan Shirts just
len at Wadhams, Ryan & Rteule. See
them. S. Mtain stL
Students wishing instruction on
Guitar Mandolin, Danjo most secure
opportunity early as possible my per-
lads ore rapidly filling up.
E. J. MILLER.
Inisurance pays. Del a good policy
from L. D. Gore, over State Savings'
D. fl. TINKEBR & SO
HATTERS AND FUNISHES
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AGENCY FOE LONLE HATS
334 South State Street
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Capital, 050,000. -Srpus, $30,000. Tanact a
genral banking bsnines.
R, Knxr, Peso, C. E. tRnosNE, VieePre.
Fans, H BacoSa, Cashie.
FIRST NAIONA~lLANK oganizd sa
Capital, $10soc0. Spuso and Pefit, 940,ttO
Tansacts a geneeal hasing busties. Foeign
ehage oght and sold Fnmsh lettee of
. ,. KINNE, Pse.,HARSSON OL,
S. XW. CLARSON Cahie
The (inn IMror Savnus Bank
Capital Stock, 00,00. Splts,$150,000.
Organzed unde the Geneeal Banking Laws
of thin State, Receies depsit. bus oand sell
ehange n the pincipal eitis of the Unitd
States. Dat cashed uopn peper identifcation.
Safety depsit ose to en.
OFICaEe :Chitian 300ePe.W. D.Hrri-
man, Vie-ree. Chs. 5Hiocoen. Case;.
J. Fitz, Assistant Csherte
JO WALs Z,Ast Csher SVIN
Transacts a general
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used ecolsively hly Toe, Peneeon aad,
Pensylania, teerell, Unierity of Chiego,
Olcigo, and eey leading foobotl team,
Oeqtorin, Sboenand Every Reqisilte for
the Goe. Saoing'Official Foaotbalide.
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and explanatoy note, ecod, photogaph of
leading esoAe0tpaid, Oc. IHndonely lio.
teted Gatloge o06011 tSpnretomaied fre.
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New ok Chiago, Dener
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