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November 04, 1899 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-11-04

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Pablished Datty (Sundays excepted) darieg the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
OFFacE: The tntand Prests, Henntng Btoch.
Both Phonetat.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENeSaeaaa, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGEIR.
0. II. HAa, '00L.
EDITORS.
ATHILETICS, . . . 0. 1D. ILtotaT, '01 B
T. B. Wocacee, '00 L. A. H. McDocaAa.L, '01 E
A.G. BoowNE, 't2.E. J. B. WOOo, '00,
L. J. MONTeooeaY,'t0, W. D.H.ICKaEYe, 't0OM1,
The euhsciption teice of the lteeLheia 11.50 toe
the college yoe, with a recgulaertelioveyhetore
nobon eacb day. Noticee, 0commun ications, and
ather alatterenatddtoe publicaonmustabeth
handed to at the DAceLY offie hetore S p. a., 0r
maaitcd to the editc efore 3 pcm. ot the day
preevtous to that on which they aee expected to
appe ae.
Suhsceiptons cmaytie letllat the DALYrofice,
Oteyer'c, 00 Stofllta newatacid, cr with Busine
Mcanagee. Subsceihers will contee a faore iy
reporting promptcly at thic office anyfaluriioeec
eaeeieee to delivee pater.
All ehages in advlertiesig matle musclhe ac
the office hya4p. cm. onlihe daiy previouseto that
ea which they aee to accear,

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Womans League Meet.
Coentinued teomcirslet page.
cove already cbeii appoitcted are as fol-
lows
Mable Rancdolplh, Rolls Scott, Irenei
Baker, Victoria Poke' Aninie Laisgicy,
Lyla Turner, Zoe Selsurta_, Justiiiia
Spollswood, Alice Thcorn, Evelyn-Bry-
anl, Louilse McKenzie, Jessie Palmoer,
Mable Cucmmings, Mary B. Cooley, Edits
;lope Barr, Gertrude Chicibb, Annia Car-
penter, Clara Feick, Vera Chsacmberlatin,
Bessie Rowan, Helcis Wattles, Elleit
Bach, Pearl Jentny. Elsa Schsutzhopf,
Josephlince Osborne, "Macdo Daley, Clara
Barclay, Beritsa Stuart, Mable Leonsard,
L~izzie Shsertman, Fay Bodntar, Margaret
Couisc, Marian Kanause, Elletn P.
Burntihalm, Clara Scott. Leica Smiiths, Julia
Beese, Fannie erncgood, Renca Ray-
iicc.
Medical Department Regiabration.
11cc registratiotn intshecctiedical depcart-
ment icp to Bov. t1,1499, cwas 493. This
includes sonic fecw stiudencts etirolled ini
othser cdepartmcencts bitt tainigcimediccal
wrork. Before lice eicd of the first se-
mcester it is expectced that the ncumbcecr
cil exceed Soo. Thce presetetnroll-
iciest is thce largest recorded its the hisi-
lory of the doparitmenit. 'fhe nearest
anoc wsinc iloc-cec owhenc ice tital

Michsigan's lineup presents ticiiietctt registrationi for the year waci 477.
cliatiges as a result of the secret pructice As a resit of lice large tnccciber all
of lice past wveeka. 'The lute is excettioi- licemeiical laboratories are crosddiitic
ally heavy atsd should have all advact- their utnmost capacity atid varinocs
tags ott a field itt sucs conditicos as ttc sakschtssebestvnt(,o cos
present sveathter will causeii to be ini. oodate lice siudents. It is even a cties-
Captaits Steckcle inslt lightest ssain of tionswhletlier it wciii be possible to accept
the sevets forwards cud tie etlueco are ally miore stitdensts icttil reief huas beeci
for the nmost isaetnmuch hteavier lhanu ic. secured.
Cuitntghamt, of coarse, swill be ci center. . -_________
Bliss soul fill ocne of the gardl positions, Professor AsapchsHail, Jr., director of
wills Seigmsuncd octupyirng ltce oilier. the astrottoisical obsservatory of te Unti-
Fransce has beetsnmoved ts tackle tied ivesity of Michigan.,lots beeti obscervicng
during the practice of lise tact weekithlie nortls star itt order io detertmicne the
has beetilearcing things un to Cat Ice- variationi conistantl. As a result of lice
ticular spot ini the-line.. Captiucn Steckle obiserratins made betseenis May, 1898,
whso has beets rotunding ciii) condlitiont and July, 1899. Professor Halnibtaitied
duritng the past week or on1 will occupy 20.58" Os the aberratiots consstant. As it
isis old place intthie lin ersle lie tins has bceconse certaits that the olid conistacnt
beets playinsg his usual strotng92111e. 20.44" is icncorrecl, licestork: of deter-
Jubtter atid fiSno will play eci. isslining tie correct constlant is beitig car-
'Thc formser wvilt brincg ;v.';;ll as svell noed ott iy a numbtier olisevatories. At
as knoswledge of the gaccte to that posi- the Capce of God Hope obsersvatocry
tion left vacanst by White s inj icy. He lice contsanct itaitted Wvas 20.57"; at lice
ic a strong player ansd thioigt icicw to Litiversity of Peccisylvancia. 20.58"; at
lice etid of the hine sas donc' good swork Natples, 20,66"; and at Columisbia.,tUcc-
there in practice,. lie cay lie dec'svr versity 20.48". Professor Hail is at sto-ri
bsack to calf bcack on the offenisive Lcmi n-0 a secotid series of observattions for
lee steppitig up to ise la?.. Beicic<te lice sanme purpose.
line the shainitgtip prcocess hiarbieen
constinued Street and Mc tesillcciiotcd
thse old positionss but Loil o sill pla ergthafacMl Vlief.l.C '1 6"i!A
Leiblee has appeared bitu t d vcitiit 1
the righ t as and nMi oingtie llI!
bioths on defence and offcissivtc play. p
Whsite ihas beets citht tha footballiimens 1 f
all thse season ciii it stas not unitil rteccitly I Se hav ecn?-t you svnot. U
E Over 70 idifferentcin udo.
that' ice has shsownsalsy fonts of pti~rc-
ular promsise. Witfe does tnt pant is STN LU 0G
weell as Sweeley nor buck tice line acs cecll 7
as Keena, he does well int coth parts of100.MI 1
the play and deserves ise irisl toddy's
ganse will give him.
Besides thse msen whose sauces apipear ATH ENS THE ATR E
in the linceup the following will be taketsHn
at the expense of the Athletic Associa-
tins: Barkabus, Kramer, Larsets, Mc- SAITURDAIY, NOV. 4.
Donald, Wilson, Hugh White, Dickey,
Weadock, Burns, Martin, Brown, Tot-' The Latest
zel, Herrnstein, Weeks, McAffee, Bain,
Lan0gh produere and King Pin
Fitzgerald, Gardner, Shaw, Keena, ButtconBicster of the eaon.
Swveeley, Durant, Gill, Brookfield atnd
Mechling. They will all leave on the Ib ER Efl FEN C E'
special train with the chosen hand of V L ~E F L~ ej
rooters at 9:c3a o'clock, standard time.
(By Owen Davin)
Philological Societtj.
At te nxt metig ofthePhillogcal Promented by a targ and escrtitatiogip
At te net Inetin ofthe hiloogicl Sunny Company aof'oncedianssarrouanded
Society which is to be held Thursday hy a cobination at the very newest
evening, Nov. 9, in Room E., Univ-tr- POPULAR FEATURES
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tie stocks of the many clothes makes in this conty.
STEIN BLOCH CLOTHING
is withot qesion the finesi pro-
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gaemets, at ab iii ote-half ae pie. I is that kind of clothing
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