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January 10, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-01-10

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TILE UNIVERbITY O1I MICHIGAN DAILY

Publishaed Daily (Sundays excepted) dactng the
Callege year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
OFFICca: The Inlad Precas, Henning Black.
Bath Phoane. I17.
IIANAItNG EDITOR.
F.h'aE~AaT), a'01L.
BIt.NESS MANAGED.
t) 1. tI ttSa.'00 L.
EDIITORIS.
A'THTI CStt. .G. It. H INTacT, '01 B
T. R. Woccatw, 'to L. A. H. Mo~CDOUOAL, 'at tE
A.G. BRE,'2. 1. . J. B. Wacc.'00,
L. J. MOTOMEoRYs, '00, W. 1t. ICKEYa, '00 M,
The subscripto ceft~i~th LY is .50t w
the college ycertwith a reguaree llivey beore
no aiflay. Notices, communicrations, and
othee talattcc latended or cepuhlicascatincutIho
handied iaat the DAILY office hetoec80p.ino
mailed Ia the edtor eforce 3 p. ia. at the day
previous to that conOwhich they are expectedi Io
appeara
Suhsciptons may helefta at the DAILtsoffice,
eieye's, cc tolet elacwtasd, ccrawith Busines
Manage, Subscriherasactll canfertaavoreby
reporting prcomptly at this office any tailurecat
carriers toadelivepapee.
All chagasinadvertising atatter actst be int
the oftie by 4 p.iii. onttecloy previcts to that
o wchich theyaetoecappear.

Baseball Troubles at Wisconsin.
Baseball acema to be in acrioua
straits at Wibsnain.. The manage-
noent hats several times suggested
droppicg the nttional game frm te
liot ot Wiscctnsin's sports lbccause ci
lads tf support by thc student body.
The crow trarc and football do not
seeomI ltocv loot their hold on thte
badgers bolt bascetall has attracted but
little ititerest. Ator soveral moeet-
ists of Cho atleltic board and consulta-
Clots willsvaritus faculty 0000b1e01
atos interested alumnni Che board has
derided Co call a tntss mseeting of the
stssdets to conoider the matter. 'If
thoc studentsoCdeclie against the gam'ma
or ifthl~e intetrestCaianifested at the
messl omesting does toot seeno to ide-
moancd the constinuanceO of tloe deyart-
ment, the game wtill be dropped at
tUniversity sort,' astitse Cardinal
quosoaOh.o1fficial.
B. i-I. Whonchester, '01 rt., of Jackssoni,
ichi., boo loft rctllege on atousnt of
ill isealth.
EU ispcT Y OtLd\ahWs.
25 dltle

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,SHUES
C VngpN'T'LE~D qj
HI? ,_ J
7p
CAO ,m "1 NT o e H w Bo 5" f

Shoes) to7 Fit alir Needs
all tastes, all 'pocketbooks, even
a "double A,"we can find good
+shoes, and good stylish ones too,
+~ to fit it. We make a specialty
+ of getting the heat it is possihle
+ o get, and then making the
+ prices. Quality always conies
Sfirst, hot the prices are nooderate
+ for all that.
SGlass's Shoe Store
109 S. M.PIN STREET.

For the v'*p;AA:
Economical 'Buyer
Men's Fine Suits,
Men's Fine Overcoats,
Fancy Vests,
Bath Robes,
All at 1-4 Off.
....SPECIAL SHIRT SALE...
Wue laovse tlo t etotsoluliar tanuevert' onit
slo lilt tot ift}'nto'ii h at Nveii'Haveo
iill ii.' o"tolre inia lossioli,yosssct' hotice foot
$1.15 each

Penn's Use ofl "Exchanges." Euthxh'mol i+
In exchsange for its publicatios the Ji
tniversity of Pentnslyvania receivo'e. Tooth Paste
every year fros thCe universities Aofolo tlc-toOl ~~tirli
his rounttry', Europse, Asia, stoolAlso-* Paclkag..
tralia, a large anber of official Bob- TOOTH BRUSHES TO MATCH
lications. An arrtngement hIs'tow coo-vA A 1
been madteCotosake Cltheeivailabtle Q U A R R Y 3S
cor ace. The odissertatioins ae ar ac - -Z~ G SnwoCX
ranged by subjects udet the follosw- ____________________
tog broatd headinga: ---- ____________
Theology, science of religion. loll Great Activity
lical literature and phliology, myth.,) in the Ltudwig Piano
logy, philoophoy, cthics, psychology, Voting Contest.
peagy.e As the lime drawo nearer when the
Ltrtrgener. comparativ.trize p-iatotoe awvarded, teitr
Literature and philology. oriental. est its balloting is more manifest.
Literatutre and philology, lastic. Peotpie are leaving old and estab-
Greek and Latin separated if neceo- ltised placesoaf trading for a abort
nary.lime thsat they nosy help their favorite
sary.society obtain the pianso. They say,
Literature cool philology, modern. "Ten votes for a dollar counts up pret-
English, French, Slavic separated if ty fast, and I can't help our people get
necessary, a piano any easier." ""That the right
Histry, hurc incudin patistcway Co look at it, oo; give your trade
Histrycharchincudig ptriticto teenerchants for a abort time,
literattare, ancient mediaeval, moderno and shows thema you appreciate their
geograpby. offer.
Ethnology, folklore, ethnography, KOCH furniture, carpets, picture
anthropology. framee, usouldings, to unko and
Socilog, plitcal ciecepolti-valises.
Soioog, oottca aiece pl~a-WAHR & MILLER Shoes,.
cal economy. RIN-tRY & SEAHOLT Grocecrtes.
Mathematics, physics. G KO. HALLE R.Jeweler.
Geology, mineralogy, petrography. LAM 11 & SPENCER Grocers S. St.
MEUIIG & S(HMID Hardware.
Zoology, botany. DAYVIS & SEAROLT Grocery.
Art sculpture, painting, music. H FUSEL BROS.IBakers.
As dissertiona are often quoted aso MILLER & PRAY tirocers.
Leipzig, Berlin, etc., dissertations ecrh H. C. EXINOGER Fair Store.
tit a lae tathasbee eptyasJOHNS'ION & ('0 Groceries and
Ota~~~~~~~~~ aoacthtbabeemoyaMeats, F"orest ave.
of these various grotaps to arratnged The ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
alphabetically under the tame of the C. A. HENDRICKS Marllittary.
Unvesiy . .,Enlih itraur i GOODRICH WALKER & MUR-
nierbtye. ., ngishlitrauretoPHY 'Tailors, t'ver First Nat. Rank.
grouped: Berlin, Bonn, Breslatt. W. N. SALISBURY Druggist,
The dissertations of the variout gas'
utttes of law are cent to the lass 11- NEW TERM
brary, Thse dissertations ott chemical
subjects are sent to the chemical de- -A ~ J -
partment, those on German literatutre rte--[ .IIN
and phtilology' to the German dettart-
meat's libracry. All those of vari-
ouso facsilties of medicitte are 1i1e- GRANGER'S ACCADENY.
wise arranged alphabetically by the
universitiet and llaceod ito tanclilo
boles. If there is a sufficient nucmbeor-A ttiens eTheatre
ofdsettoso n jc omake binding desirable, the disserta'-
Cios will be bound and catalogued on WLDNESDfI1Y, elfN.1
the usual way. Ditsertations whichu Te'ialco osoooS eonic Siectcile
either by their value or by thceir silt
justify separate binding are selectedTh i e
forthwihaTheeneatotNorthwest j
Homer R. Foster, '97,*rfon cft ~ t c t
biology in Washington State Ilnivet- NEIXT ATTRACTEON
sity, watsnmarried during the vacation F IA ,J N
to Rita Grace A. Hendrickson, of D~e FRD Y JA .1
troit. Prof F. X. Carmody, '97, of Beautiflf, BELLE ARICHER tonlHoyt's "A
Notre Dome, was one of the ushers. Conatenated Waoan.

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THE ADVENTURES
OAF A FRESHMAN
b~y J7ESSE LYNCH WILLIAMS, autor of
CCTE kSTOLEN STORY ANt) OTHER NEWSPAPER STORIES," ETC.
This stirring talc 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
Prnceton stories (which is now in the &thz edition.)
FULLY ILLUSTRATED-FOR SALE EVERYWHERE-PRICE $1.2S
-CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, PUBLISHERS, NEW TORE.

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6AS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPEICIALTY. SANITARY PUINGslt, STEAMtANID HOT5WATKR1 cclATINGI.
J. F. SCHUH, 207" E. WASHINGTON ST.
PARTY SASNIS NEARLY SNEHR
In ordering carriages whcy not get tbhal where you can get your order
iled on ktime with a carriacge. We Sate added ftveocore to our
already large ho tttand now bhave hit largest number of ticks ill too-t
swhich wsili ensure you gotod service. Price the samte.
HOL.ME $' L.IVI RY,
Phonee 106." 15 East Liberty Street.
fEADQUOIRTB1.NS FOR,-_
Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, Dress Suit Cases
Essay Descritisotn. TlUt ANI) VABIS:[l ltEP'AIRtING at Lowesat Pricos.
HORSE FURNISHING GOODS.
307 South1 Main Street. ANTION '1'EUFEL.
THE BEST IN THE CITY
Guarancteed to be genuine Fresch Enaameled
Calf, with the best sweat proof-=kid lining.
Phone 355 Warranted watarproof.
119 E. Washington SI., APRIL'S SHOE STORE-

ENTHYMOL TOOTH PASTE AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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