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December 06, 1899 - Image 2

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Po.CaA Work Attracting At .
ProF.A Cr 3lg' tenftio. -J n YO C NTELL
Fabilehed Daily (Sudays etceptedl dring the Prof. Craig has been engaged in edit
college year, at ng a series of -works on SemiticSH ES
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. following is a statement of the work in B H H E
Orios Th Ilan Pes,-Hnnng lok. the New York Evening Post of Dec .%s~
BohPoe,1:1tThe Scribners have begn to pubih - your feet f~a-ugeyuchr
MANAGING EDITOR, a series of Semitic textbooks which acobyouahe
F.Bau n e . prms ob fsg seflness Theyt/ Stylih well tting Antoeraitig
BUSINESS MANAGER, are intended especially to be serviceale i Iokng Shoe at
0.#. IHa s.'Ia L. , to college and tniversity students ad ., fi
>RDIToOS.'" will act for tese as itroductions to the . GLASS'S SHOE STORE
!l1'BLE IS, . .. ilenniren,'Ii Bdifferent branches. of Semitics. This105l09 Bon MflCi 1.T
T. IR. RWonntow, 'Oil L A. H. MDooasxn'1El amongthe. titles announced so far are ____________
A. Q. BROWNS. '0. . 3J B. WOOD, '0,
L. J. Moidaoaln, 00,,W. D. Hionu, '000, the history and government of the he- -,1 " ~
___________________________brews, their ethics and religion, the '
Somarians, the history of the Babylon
airs aid Assyrians, teir religion, tneir S ,,f 0 ', ' i
life and csoms, early h-story and reig-
The aeciption picc of the DAILY i $2.50forin of Arabia, development of Muslins
the clege year, wish a reglar delivery eforotheology, Arabic literature and science,- -
nnachan y.Notioes, commuanictions, and
=tarMatter intended foe pbiieon'mot e etc. The general editor is Prof. Craig
anded n at the DALYfi oc before 8 p . or o Is' UsvestyofMchgnad'n
ailed to the ediiior efore 3 p. incfcay of the nayriyofMcia, n n
prevloau to that on which they ae peced to vonme by Prof. Sayce has jst been ' We carry a full line . of ths
appear. -l Onbllshoied..
Snecriptlonn maybe left at the DALY offie, Pulshd('Babylonians and Assyrians;ONtT frlI
-Xe 0eraO, or Stolearwaiand, or with 'Bamnen Life and Cstoms'). It is based on an--,
Eana~r. Sacilere will confer a favreo aboaealt .o ftecotat.~ /" T *'
rape rtagpromptly-ni thin cic any I linerofelbrtexmainothcnrct T 9. %
carrierato delivor paper, tablets, and letters, and gives a nmost
All changms in advertiin4 matter insteh In vivid view of all te phases, pblic and i o rfrt t tl
en which they are to noer. private, of Babylonian and Assyrians life.
That it is sonewat hasty in its stat- wibtosdonte rn
'AN= OPPONENT TO SHOLAR- aeits i onlty what might e expected we have that also from
SHIP. fronm Prof. Sayce. The, book would
*The sysemn of pecniary assistance to have been very greatly inpoved by the Z.^^V$2.00 TO $6.00
the theological' students at Yale is op- additions of either an index or a very
posed by Ors Isadleythe new :presi-, uch fuller table of contents. We wishs A SPECIAL
dent, as indicated in Iisinaugural. Most Prof. Craig all sccess in his uider- GAMENT IN IF YOU WANT TWO PIECE GAR
of the stndents'-in the !'Yale' Divinity taking" FLEECED LINED MENTS WE HAVE THEM FROM
School have been attraced to the sm- - 75c QUALITY 25c TO $.oo PER GARMENT
inary, not only byits educational advan- Mineral Water Won't Do For Boiers AT '50c.
tesowbut ealesy the tfact that its richa A halt has been called in the deep well
enomn nalsi ogive ascolr-drilling on the campus. The discovery NO B bE. STfIRf GC L T'Ii 1G hi 0 U 8E
Iship of .$ioo a year and'free tuition to of mieral water was not what was'
every graduate applicant who has main- hoped for. Matters will be at a stand- THIS SPACE IS RESERVED :FOR>
tined -a high stand in the college from till until it cats be deteined whether to
whcy h ae.Np resdn ad- continue the search for water suitabc
ley iverse to the practice ofirentlngd for the boilers and the heating plant. .
pecuniary aid 'of this.sort, as is eviden, C A LL A G I"r & C
fcom the following extract from his ai Prof H. Ellis Foster, a graduate of he
drss:, American Institutet of Phriology, of Lw B osles u lses ad I pres
"Aid in education, if given without ex- New York, is iow located at 408 Lw B osles ulses ad m otr,
acting a corresponding return, becomes Thompson Street prepared to give read-
demoralizing. It it is earned by the lgs of character. He comes here with,"'
student as lie goes,. it has just the op- twenty years' experience and direct from 114 Monroe Street, Chicag o, Ills.
posite effect. This holds goodsof grad- five busy weeks' in Ypsilanti where h _____________________________________________
iate scholarships and fellowships, no was rermkblysucessful He beas a G
hetrffo eRv.C .Alnnesathan of u dergraduate ones. 'There wlett e fromithlyenre. .Aln n A1N LETI IHTN JPIE!~A
is no doubt that in the soehtin-whcheilsgyenoed6 PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,.
discriminate -competition of differeit Prof. Mortimer E. Cooley is in New A SPCIALTY AHTAny PI.Olnm~o, T5,05(AN O WATsE 5tATNGq.
universities anxios to increase thesize, York CityJ .SH '27E ASIGO T
real or apparent, of their graduate de -_________________
partments, tliere has been an abse of U V O h colo 8Cll r Ve.
these applances which, uless .promply EU HY 0l TeShO 0 cn¢TyTe.
corrected threaensth future of tht Antiepic Tooth and Moth WahN R HSD
teaching profession with an over abunsd- 25c BonnleI
ant infiux of inferior men," IfFIVY LAUNDRYe
EIVIIIJIVII t THOS. ROWS. r*Vr-
Cornea Deeat Yale at Cros Coun 1003aam j ~SlOBrnalway
try nStudys Tooth7 Pas e Ppilareeed at an ie-BellPhne 2-8-S.
Cornell defeated Yl n Atydyspopaa nnm5em etrifirm.25' Sc.
cross- country race by the score of 36to 11PacsO hleede'a711
-leg , Features of the race were the wor-; TOOTH BRUSHES ...,:. . H
of Sweet, of Cornell, who finished first 3UiENewy
io fine condition and in record-breaking f II
*time, the fine work of all of Cornell's lEEen
Yale, anid the pluck of Captain Adamns,
who ran the greater part' of the race ATHEN THE ATRE l "gook
whe csufeingseveriely ron rs.ENthe ~''' Before hytg yor note oohnor lecture cn eracall In and eenernew patent cver The
Th7o s a i.~mlsi egth. " papr doec not teaf or get mipaced an In the old styleta-n nne beeb. -
Weather conditions Saturday were fo- - Parker and Waterman Pea from $1.5 up. Whlesolea'agd Reti
orable, and Sweet's tunse of 38:36 bets'1 Paper fromn 10 cents a Pound up.°
the record for the course by several min- TOJ-IGHT I~I F.. SCH.LE EE 340 South State Street..
utes.
The race was started at 3:I$, Bern}y( ttEADQUfiIRTBRi FOR'
tok the lead at first, and, held it for th H r Sh n o C .
rstmil. t te pontSwet i2 H~rt S an on o.Trunks, Valises, Teliescopes, Dress Suit Cases
tained the lead and kept that 1p0sition: of Eery IDenriptin. TRUNK AND VALISE REPAIRING ai Loart Prce,
throughout te race, fnishing in atrong In Repertoire of Popular Successes;HREFRISiGGOS
form. ,Best Seats I0 and 30 OSEFRIHIGGOS
*' Galiery 10o, Nn Ilghr. 307 South F;ian Street. A N TNr F'F'EL.
Each memer of the Harvard golf team; - - 0' ,0'
which won the intercollegiate chanmpion- tl tario Patrs;+ilp V ..iA* 'I rL j r3tTIJI4 -

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