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November 24, 1899 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-11-24

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Societyj Pogramns.
U . 1 o Jeffersonian-Saturday, 7 p.Is. Cur-
retTpc Roe-apt h pi
Published Daily (Studays excepted drig the Floll threeminute talks as follow:
TH UIVRSTYOF CHIGAN. Conquest of Per-HI. R. Williams.
Orrmic The Inand Prcss, Henning Blic. Invasion of Spain by Napoleon-Boyn-
Bth Phons1.tn
Bttle of Maila-Vs. B. Russell.
MANAGING EDITOR. all of Santiago-Todd.
Geteal Sonmming Up-A. J. Freebory.
-F. Enunnuan, 'ii L. Reittiosn-Cosley.
BUSINESS MANAGER.. (enetal fDetott -esolved, tlat the
. 1. BAN, '00 L, aheivments of the Utied States sur-
EDITORIS. pass tos of all otier natios.
ATFLEIC, . D. Ilcnw, 'at .Afimt ite-Atinan, Cole.
ATIT. . tS0n~,'0 . A1. IscAL,0 egtivie-Donaldson ydalel.
F. i. iaann'e '1t 1. A I. lle~aeans'ul l-Cletott of officers.
-&A C3. Bstw:ao'a2. E. J. BWau,.'lti, -
L., 3M5aeun te, 'Ot, W. eD. lenr, 'a St Woltitet 'rdty, 7:30 p. n.
E say-El tt.C Issks.
CurtetstIvents P.A1. Lipert.
_______________ ____ - tttttcsttptts-W )D.Kigt, J. L. Dc
--- - Groot.iT. Rlrlc.
The ubsttcrptton reeatftenlts n8t2.t0tfoe 0 r-;itt-ts .ITyler.
,he eitefgu sar,nih a reguanedei~eeoec Dbto -issls d, tsitisCnadt sould
nonend' day, Nticttes, ceetainiaintutaa, atd
uther mattee intendetifotue tatio usautthe be tsexeto the United States.
handed in usti athe Iie bhforeuR p. n,or s irist tue-JF. Adamts, E. C. Ward,
matted tcottte edittr hee 3a, to thet rday W. C Seeloel
previous to that n whicihtiey are epected t o-i lA otP V otr
appear.NeaieA.ASoyFW Pter
abriptioamy e t ottt at tDIY uttie, Cost K ink - i
Meye', tr Sttttttt'sestacust, srwiti ltttiussc Redito-"-I.1). 'f'iskey.
Manate. Sts~ier twitconter a far iy Aic-r isg istdl Dowvning.
repring tttpiya hnatera aise t C tesPto . - fil
_ Alt elanece itsavereisingstgtaser Insertlto in pITGA 1aO DADiT
the offieciy 4a.ss.sonaste day ireviun o tius t iO C0AthatF11)A1)U
ma which theareaccotear, PLANT.
_____ - '1Theseptmenctst o iiP'harmtaonosy re-
Its eharge ofl today's issue, oently recved thirty lrge photograps
-C. J. MO0NTGOMERIY.- from issnt~iore Indiaic. 'These illustrate
_____ ________ teetutuec eoeci issaldprearations
l____otteitsriset of certains saier tl-ants,
"Open House to Michigan Men in fromtswhichticl ,tels f omm~tere are til-
Chicgo" titned.Amotng te pottgraphs are
'SThe Mietigans Alimni Club of Ciciago eon citainges, eliteltts, andisuberis
wihsto annouccute that on the Saturday lstrpioc coaadote n
aftr he'Iltnk~iitg ganme it will hold ITe plotographls sill le used its the
opesn hotse" to the Miehigani teaso andc lectures givensinittedepaetmrsent.
to all tlihigan rsen whlo are its Cliieaio
that sighsettnd hotes that all wot cas,----
will dross its isforismal" at iheclbrooms,
tits secondslfocor, tob Ratdolsib street, asy a 1S
timte sfter eight o'loek. Refreshmtsn
will le served tand it is oned that every' z
body still omue.
Thecettiwsatorganized itt Septemober
and was for ele purriose of affording the
ogieltigctt sient tIsshorIadbeets itollege
togellier sduring the last feit years a F1ulD esS it
chatter to seet andi renesw foctrtes frendc-
chips.lesies 1lceeesg t~ ut stsiterest itt -reidy in pt us
college affairs. Thte titertgs are held
the first andthlirdl Hitsday ccl each -they'reoflfaultleafIt
monthi at ob casdolp stsret, Cicago, -the bonerssnaver bulge
tse twsetvt-fiv-e or thirty thalliste beetn__
presens aste etings have tassedlse ."-tse ineal garments pssia -
very pleasantl evenings ogether. Inheecluc
membslershi'p of te cltb is a little over_
S i is rsid et C. C. A d s secre -p od c
tary, tand A. .Keit is treasutteor
Athlte Rltiocs With Chicago. LET, EA BODYgl l, & Co
Referrisne to ele athletic relations e x- Mkr
fistinsg between Michiot atd Chicago,
shot swhich there liss beets considerable qy j
tulle of late, Prof. Pattentgill, chairmanas ofUl 11
tite hoard of cotntrol, says:---
"No direct overtire,. have ects isade
to the Usiversity f 'Michligan in regard )EUTH' Y 1B(
to a settlensent of te ithlette contro- 1V'I 1 IM V lhw
-versy wst the Univerit", of Chicago. nor, Aitiepiti 'oth and Mouth Wash,
so far at I kntow are ass", beets ttade 25CBottte.
either to she University of Illinois or te
Usniversity of Wisconstin. As arrange- _-
nents for te next year's ganes are
usually made early its the year, it sems Tooth Paste
likely that tresens state of affairs will T1
continule for a lusty timte eunlest a settle-
ment is reached sousa after 'Thanks- Appalaraad reibecDctrifice 2c
givig"Pacage.
giving."TOOTH BRUSHES TO MATCH
D. M. -Ferry Botanical Fllotih'p,
At the smeeting of the Board of Re- 'I I *
gents of the University.Nov. 17, the D. R i Y
M. Ferry Boasnical Fellowship for 18g- c A-,e~u's 8 = ta'm-SOM-
itioo was estaliised in recognition of a
gift from 1). M. Ferry of Detroit of $o
to provide for the research to be con-
ducted in Ile departnenlt of botany. J
W '1. Duval, agraduate of the-Univer-
Siter of Ohio in 1897 and sice then en-
gsge-. in botanical and chenial work at
the Ohio Experimntual Statton at Woos
ter, was aneosultedt the fellowasip 'The A H N H A R
nvestigation will be directed to the d-
trmination of certain physical andAT LIS TH TR
chenmical factora affecting the vitalty o'
seedas. __________
The a ddress which Prs An oill was
to ;'ie next Sunday before the Busnss Watchl this space for announce-
Mlen's class has been potponed until
Decc.17, and in place of that judge New- mt of coming attractions.
kirk will discuss the oer side of the
Transvaal tiuestion
NOTIC.
There will e a mneeting af the ath-
letic hard tonight at icp.-in.

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