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January 09, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-01-09

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THE Li-OVERbITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

2

2 THE L raIVEIISITY O~ MICHIGAN DAILY

lii ~ -~J ~Mummai in tl'e Museum.
0 A The latest acquisition to our mu-
scum is a most gruesome but interest-
Publistted Daily (Sundaysexcaepted) funing the igcid mmyfo h lf
College year, at ig cid mmyfo h lf
THE NIVESIT OF ICHIAN, Dwellers of Arizona. It was sent by
THE NIVESIIYOF MCHIGN Ir. J. C. Leonard, to whom the mut-
Orpica: The Inland Presst en ning Block. sa sarayidbe o eea
Both IPhone. 14. sa sarayidbe o eea
_________- . interesting specimens.'
MIANAGING EDITOR. The little mummty is only about two
F. ENELHAD, '1 L. feet long and weighs only a few
F.USINEtt iato.'01. pounds. It is still wrapped in the
I5OIIS BNGI. original cloth, whose texture shows
0. It. It . 'OS L. that some shill in weaving tust have
EDITORIS. been possessed by e..e early Cliff
ATHILETICS, G. 1D. HUNTT, '01 B Dwellers. Souse fragments of tile
T. RI. oosso, '00 L. A. 0. MCDOscoot." 01 E -woven basket in which it was placedl
A. 0. Bnootto. 'at. E. J. B. w)o, 'so, are preserved. Thte lace atsd head are
L. J. MseutnE -tt, '0, v. 1). ICEYo, 'so M,) the only parts uncovered, and traces
' of the htair and eyebrows can be seen.
lbseomummny will be ceisplayed for a
time in thse case for new acquisitiono

ThesscrltitotopriceootflteILY ttnitt2.50,
the colic", yer, withlta regttlardelivey betore
noon easct dty.Notc, coi t iotctettioust,nd
othettmacttcntenddtottublicattionmtttbtte
hansdedilatsthe DAI~vLlfice beore p. it., o
mailed to tihe editorbefr~e 3ptn. othbetapy
previostott tnt wictihey tartetitxpectedlto
appear
Subsciptiont- tia~y ,b elt tte ODtILYofice,
Ate ye'or ntolttotaewstattd, orcwithbus ticne
Maneogt .-c la-eot witl confte a vrtby
eorin pompttly t tthsoffice top tailure ottf

' West Out of the Game.
Capt. Frattk H. West, catchter cur
the Northwesternt University baseball
nine, nmsy not be auie to play baseball
Icuis spring unless his right arnm lo-
proves muctho tosore during thte last
mntnh. He was backstop last spring
and had one of the beat records amtong;
o tr. no,..o- rs players.

A High Standard
of mecit in clsthes moking is goined
only by Cantiauaus Effect. And so it it ito clothes deolitog. It cc-
qoires continos effort on our port to select thttt which is brat from
the stochs of the motty clothet mohers in this coutntry.
STEIN BLOCH CLOTHING
is writhout qouestion the fioest pew-
doced ond is oheod in carry respect of the average otode to-order
gormnoto, a0tohot t oe-holf the price. It it that hind of clothing
owoichitihe test dressers ore lookiog for, and realieing this fort s-c
hsre this seosotnpttrchosed Ott otosoal Large Stack at Ste Blach Saita
and Overcaatsanotolare io position to fit all sloopes and forms frotm
ouomgnificetlinoe of this higho grade moke.
Best Line of Furnishings and Caps.
Always come to us for the proper thing.
Lindensch-mitt. & Apfel
Parker's Campus
C aic +*et++ French Cook in Charge
FURNIStlES FIRtST-CLISS BOARD.
REGULAR BOARD $2.75. n'EAL TICKETS $3.00. Short
orders promptly filled. Fresh Nfome Made Candy nosy on hand
wvith the fantoots Sponge Caramel a specialty. Pop corn halls
and salted peanu~ts noon ready. Conme in antI try them.
W S. PARKER
709 N. University Avenue
DO IT NOW....
Don't wait till they are all gone. Ladies heavy winter
tan shoes former price $3.5ff and $4.00, Sale Price
J.50.

carrion t eie paper. +++++++++++++
Alleltateceittadvrrlrtising moattert,,scl be itt+ OCOUe
the otlc by 4t. n. on othnpayreiottto that + + D O
on which tons are to atw~ear. + +*+
Sian at College Trainers. " SM OKE?07
Dr. William H. Anderson, director of + +
athletics at Yale University, startleod + 4 POTTOBUtI aTOG EStfor a .1
the Anmerican Society of Gytunosiumo +. 6 BILL ANTHONY CItGARS, 25r.'a
Directors last week witho a flat densun- + 4 BRIUNSWICK CItGARS5, 2 ,'. +
elation of the preset,. proresslonal col- + +
lege trainer. Hio formsat suoect was +++ ++
"How to Prevent College Athletes ++ *STAEBLER & CO., +
From Entering GamsoWhen in a + +
Crippled Condition." + 30 S lSMAN ST +
Dr. Anderson said: '"1the remedy to+++ +++++++ +
to let tile oen be examined by thouse - -
comopetent to rio to. Here is thte rub. Great Activity
The trainer, kntowing titat his positioon , in the Ltudwig Piano
woold be untenable if he fails to bring Voting Contest.
out a winning team, shttt Ois eyes to
the condition of some of his men, and UAs the ttime draws nearer when the
Ort00 1110110i1 to be awarded, the inter-
cares little aboout thte future seriouos cot in balloting is more maitifest.
effecto of the violent effort. There are People are leaving old and estab-
today graduatet of colleges who will locheol places of trading for a abort
always be on thte thresetota of bodily time thoat thtey may help their favorite
society obtain the pianto They nay,
weakness becasle of overworkc in rom- "'F en votes for a dollar counts oilprest-
petition when thsey were college atlo- ty fost, sod I can't help our pleople got
letes. 'The trainer is at present all- a piano any easier."''That's the right
powverfotl. Under the present systenm wsy to look at it, toot give your trade
00 these nmerchants for a short time,
the athlete takes the advice of the antl showv them you appreciate their
trainer instead of asking a pttysician.' offer.
-KOCH furniture, carpets, picture
Michigan Man Honored, frames, mtoutldinogs, trunkthansoo
Judge J. at. Sheeto, v-ion was sworot valises.-
in as attorney-general of Ohio, yestr-IWAVHE & M 1 LLE R Siosci a
day radutedfromthelaw epa t 'a 'alA & SEABOLT Groceses.
day~~~~~~~~ grdtKeOrm.h av es Gr)IALLE R Jeweler.
msent in the claso of 1881t. After grail LAMBI & SPTENCER Grocers S.t
noting Its practiced low in Ottawa, DMEULIG & -CH MID Hardw-are.
unti 1893 when he wao elected coat DAVsID & SERABOLTl'Grocery.
HVUSFLDBROW Ilaleers.
noon pleas judge, which position he IMlI LER & PRAY (Grooers.
held uut his nomination 005 tttorney- H. (.FEINGt ER Fair Slors
general. JOHNa 'a ON & CO Groeeries and
___________:"_ eats, Forest ave.
Was Not a Student Here. Tse ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
In he iogaph of4aeautor n-C.A. Hi'NOPICKS 'Siliuary.
Inth bogapy ft.5 tiho ltGOODRICH WALKER & MUR-
eluded in tile souvenir edition of PITY Tailors, ever First Nar,. Bank.
"stases Kniglthood Was in Fioloer, cW.N. SAtLISBU-RY Drisggist,
by Charles Mjor, of Shelbyvtlloe, lad.,RANGER'S
is the fahowing laisgooage:
"In the autumn of '72 he entered tOe School of Dancing.
siniversity of Michoia, whsere loes t11a0e1antO cltoo lessonss by tMe. anti Mrs
graduateod thooee years later." :Ross Cm ro. OffDice, residensce and
'ibis is a mistake, as an exaninationacdmon\ayr-s.opsieShl
of ths esonverstty rolls toes lsot revetarllof sicy 0ell Phyned-s.silScoo
is naonme . towas never ot studeosta
ctsts dusvesitv.Mr. Major, in alt t e trt h rusy hth si osThr
wyrsosbefrtesaeeta the bioograpioyvas gottent up by his " 1
pulblishertwtthootthisialproal. As WLDN /iY h .1
sooot as tte leatned it wast15tiers losint tettMtmmtscenoeic etcle
listed that thts plates be changed
soic toasdone.TheAirat
For thosfirst time in tteihistory o 01 'et N iiii est
thsat tnstttitontoss yoiong womnseof t
tile tnivesity of Iowa wct11 .old tonin
tet-collegiate debate. The Chilonsatli ET ATTRIACTION
ion Soctety of Cornell has chtallenged
the Hesperian Society of Iowa City FRIDAY, JAN. 12
ontd thse debate will prooably be helti 3eantions isaELLE oARCHEinta i ta "A
durtng the next term. Coneed Wamane.

WVf-Th1R & MtLLB4R,
THE SHIOEMEN

218 South Mtazin Steree.

THE ADVENTURES:
OF A FRESHMAN
o y 'JESSE LYN1C H WILLIA4MS, author of
THE STOLEN STORY AND OTHER NEWSPAPER STORIES,' ETC.
This stirring tale of college life is Mr. WILLIAMS's
first long story, and it has already been pro-
nounced -by the N. Y. Evening Sun - a better
picture of college life than the same author's
Plrinceton Ztorieu (which is no0w in the 8th edition.)
FULLY ILLUSTRATED-FOR SALE EVERYWHERE--PRICE $1.25
-CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, PUBLISHERS, NEW YORR.+
GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIALTY. SANtITARY PLItNGe, STEAAND H aOxTIF.RHEATING.
J. F. SCHUH. 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
PARTY I NA HERE
In ordering carrialges whty nttt get them whereyott can get your order
filled on time with a ca~rria~ge. We hare added ho-seutore to our
alrettdy large linsocd now hathle largest nutmbier of hocks in ton
whicbhaill esure ouctgttod nervice.Puice the ottee
Phoene a06. 5 1.5 Eahst LiAberty Street.
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A4LARM CL4OCK
HALLR' MAIN STREIET.

Colsege Pius
of Fins
Design.

STERLING SILVER MOUNTED EBONY BRUSHES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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