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November 17, 1899 - Image 2

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[Pableled Daily I nadyn ecpteddrng te
Cllge yea, at --
THE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN.
OrpcEc The Ilnd Pes, Henning Blck.
Btle phnee, 147. -
MANAGING EDITOR.
-FFxEcseAUD,'aib.
- BUSINESS 3MANAGER.-
0. 11. Stoa, 15 L.
EDITORIS
ATHLETICS. G.D. Stnacr, 't E
T. R. wecanaw 'S L. A.t. McDuAax,'S E
G, . Beceerc. '5.. J.B Wol), '0,
L. J. OTGaancacERY,'lSf, IVW. ca~, 1'0aM,
The e cecptioeeplice oache teLTheia 2.0 foe
thecalegO eca, sie a regla delicaryeoree
noona cccl day. Ntice, cmcmunicatins, cd
other- mate intendeed fee pbhicaione muat ee
-handed ia at the DILYofficeefore 8 p m. or
mailed to thecedtoe be fae p . of theleeday
previouec-cc thai aa which tey are epeced to
appe.
Subciptine aybe left atiec DAY Oece,
Meye's, oc oiiecanewancd, or witleBusinecc
Macager. Slecribes will cenfer a faoc by
reporeng lecacatly at thia atic any failreceoa
carrieca ta deliver pperec.
All cancestee advectiinlg mattier nect be in
the oace by4 I. . n thee ay plecioaueet thac
n which Iheec ae talceceoc-.
junior lass ]eetin.
The circing ws calld in lie inter
et of their fooet al leane for the par-
poe cf raiig money to get _t--ac
sweaters. About thirty contrihtedt one
dllar eaceh, anmng them being sevral
at the young ladies. A committee wa
appointed to collect these subcriptines
and asoe to csllet the class tax at 25
rents. tell mastescaere appieted tcr
the gamae Saturdy and Mlesrs. Brook
field and Teft were leted as the in
dependent membes ct te Junior Hocpi
_ comcmittee. Mr. Bretenbah woselet-
ad tracke canager, Lowry bae bll
_ manager, acd Lacahie fat al
-manager tr next ytar.
Mice line woe eleted vice -presidett
to fill vacancy.
Phi Delta Phi's nnaugurate a Nw
(custom.
The Phi Delta Phi fraternity mac-
gurated a nest calone last night. The
plan is to hate an addres vertwoo
weeksa at the chapter huse by a arot
ty menber n a live subjecttPrf.
Hudon gave the firt addres last night
en "The Transvaa.' e utlined the
histry at the South Ateicon colonics,
pointing out the growth at the dispute
between the tBhitilh and the ,.rcs. e
treated impartially the preent eontro-
-c-ery. tome fifty invited guesta l-
tenad to the addrss, inluding the ee-
tire last fauty atd a nunmber of tu'
memberstftthe literary aulty.
Reserocs Plaly Alma Tomorrow.
The tllwing men heave been selected
to be taken ts Alma tmorrcw for the
Alma-Reserves game: Grdiner, tHer,
Durant, ain, MAffee, Hernstei,
Richardson, Brcon, hMartin, Sayad,
Marling, Kelly, Brokield and Wroa-
dosck. One or tns of these may be un-
able to go, as the faculty cmmittee
has nt yet apprved them. Their cases
coill be decided today. The squad will
leave n the seven s'cck train n te
Ann Afbr rad tomorrow morning.
They expet to defeat Alma and cer-
tainly ught t as the All-freshmen
tied the latter.
The Tappan Library is open to te
general public. This library of over six
thousand vlumes is hued in Ma-
74;1lan Ball Any oensdesiring t do ate
may draw booseoat and take them fr
aweek or s. Thin in the oly irary i-
Ann Arbr that given tieat previlege ta
eerybody, and mny student areaM-

A Le ture on Liquid Air.
Pest. Chas. E. Tripler, of New Trk
city, the famsus experimenter at liicisic
air, sill give his lecture and demon-
tration on that subject in the Light
Goard Armory, Detroit net wec
Thursaey evening, Ro. 3. Liquid at:-
as a va luabteacaquisition, nt only asoa
motive flwer but also as a means of
refrigeratian and for curative purpoe
in medicine. Prof. Triper has been the
first ane t**produce it in large qanti-
ties at a- cst. reasnabe enough to
make its use practicabe. and e i
probably better informed on the subject
than any one living. The leture,chic
is given under the auspices of the Mer-
chants' & Manuacturers' xchangaoat
Detroit, is accompaiedt by many ex-i
periments of a highy iterstin n-
ture, asd these loe woualdt isuera
tpeofitatle' eseig sihout te leture
awhich, toet--tr, is spoken of in the'
highlest terms.
Thecco race be no doubt that this lee-
tureawsilte of great interest to all
studetsanacd eateialy to thsa f te
eedical and egierig departmets
end ice order toenacbe as smany of tt-
faculty and studentco d as wish to
attend thidaenvtertainmccent, a cia c-tee:
train the relar price of adomis-ecee
to-lach is one dllar) sitt be made tee
Ansn Arbor peope aloee. They can el-
tales admision tickets for fity ated
cay reere satal by the paycment ccc
twenrty-five ents is addiin. A rare-
senative' of the M. & Mb.IEcage wil
he ien lie city tcay (Fridacy, Ntv. 17 n ilb on tSehnsbc
st1r erwshletikets umay he obtained.
EUTHYMOL
Antcc ricToath and Monthb Rah,
lee Botel
Euthymol
Tooth Paste
A pap elcacd elci atle etile 25
TOOTH BRUSHES TO MATCH
Octilk TtlG-DOTM
CASvSc \lcY jT~ccrjcjStOR%
"ABEKA
CiL[rT fPE1ODY CO.
/tNES
ATHENS THEATRE

Foot-B all Shoe ar ER ECT
ARE THE, KIND WOE SELL.
Light in sveight, but dttrable and reliable in
evcry leapect. Our Short Rubcer Boots arc
stylish, ncat toes, and first quality.
GLASS'S SHOE STORE 19SUHMI
$18.00 II$18.00
SUITS ISUITS
FOR IIFOR

Pcosnat last forever-we-areferto
cetcr Special $18 00 Suit Sale which
sill lesct only tell days. Wo~ can
safely say you're missing a good
thitng if yacs don't lake advantage
of this extraordinary offer.

-b $18.00
SUITS
FOR I

$18.00
SUITS
I$15.00I

9

MONDEIY, NOV. 13.
NOW IS TIIE TIME TO BU7Y YOUR NEXT SEMXESTEII LAW BOOKiS.
(Newr and Secondl-hand).
IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY
ANN lIBII llANUfl Every thing goen.
3i0 S. Slate Street,
Opp~. Lacw lttii'cicg. 6 IA L L I IN 6 ) 0.
GAS AND EL 1R,, LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPEC~fIATYi. SANTRo UBNice Giecct, '-TEtAMAND H1IOT WcATER 11elTI c.
_________ J. F. SICHUH. 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.,
SCHOOL OF DANCING SNOW LAUNDRY
7t die aso n-Sirictlys acl-Simple dr-aes STATE PHONE, 520.
ccefere ltfor alass ecc-Noe aaessa' Your lanndry washed aleanaand well
'ne dcc illa es c citorwilnat ice celecided saecc-hadad ironsed. Evec-ythingbleached
mariag ciase 1ou-Ns-tcairs toemount-Oef- ae ca ae acn r a
flee, gcoaed floec-, Grangcr's Acaey-Peli n ie u o or.Tyu
Shicede's.
New
r~ Lecture
Boob
Befsre haying year nate beebe oc-leceture cavers call In rand seeaour ns atenet ce.e-fe
leapccadoes net tearc oe get aisplaced as in liceaid style striey ej saboos.
Parker and Waterman Pea from $1.25 up. Wholesale apd Retail
Paper from 10 cents a Pound up.
F. J. SCHLEEDE.I 340 South Stale Street.
GET YOUR 99'

FRIDAYI NOV. 17 MLCHIGAN L3Ai

tieter asd Cs, will pc-esent Ball Caine's
powerful play
nRIcEs, - - no, 75,$1.00, $1.0

91T Tfi1-IJNLAIND PRiESS
Junt the thing you want during this wet sloppy weatlcci-,cta
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.7r5.

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