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January 17, 1900 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-01-17

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THE UNIVERSITY OF" MICHIGAN DAILY.

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custom-made shirts ever shown in the city. The patterns are choice
and exclusive, and they also have a feature bung sought and that you
R E D C E Dcan get nowhere else. At the price-one forty-nine-they will he
snapped up quick.O DS E D'

MICHIGAN CENTRAL
",The Niagara Falls Rsste.
CENTRIAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effet November 19, 1899.
Detroit Nighit Exs .......... 5 - t
GranadRapidsExNpress . -.......11 10"
Mailad Express- - - -347,rt
N,..BostontSpcial- --.........4 58
FasetEastern ...............-.9435 "
Mail adExpress...e..........92 .X
Boston, NY.antdChicagoa..-.....85"
Fast iSetertaExpresat..- - -....1 25 P M
0.R.- antdKal. Nxpres.......53"
Chicaga Night Espress ..........92
Pacific Exra-ca .......- ......12 15 A.M
Steamship Tickets, all Clases', to anad fr'et
Earopapitslaia -t loest cstes. Full lafar-
mastionc snaapplicatiaoa.
0. W. RUGGLES., II. W. RAE,
G. P.& T. Agt, Chicago. Ag't AceArbha.
13N" RW . E TRITIH=P ? =N E;
TIME TABLE
Takaing Eff'et, Sunday, ltay 21, 1899.
Traina letcae Acherbo by Centrtal Staed-
Ard Tine.
SOUTH1 NOR1TH
*No. 6.- 1:25 A. M Ne. 1.- 8:56 A. M.
Ne. 2,-11:53A. M. *Ne. 5.-l2:3S r. c.
Ne. 4.- 8:30 P. %i. Na. 3.- 4:56 P. A.
*Runtceheen Ana Acher and Taleda cnly
All tealns ai-lypcxcept Sunay.
kv H. BNNETT. . AS. DILMIOIIE, Ageec.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half hour, beginning at 6:45 a. m.
until 8:15 p. in; last car far Detroit
11:10 p. m. Waiting room, corner Ann
and Mate sts.. Detroitt 111 Griswold st.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST, LOUIS, MO,
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R.S.GrceeodMEP.A., Chicago,
HOCKING VALLEY RY.
4 TRAIN~S DAILY 4
Between Taledoanad Caotembhs, usicg Ucioc
lepel ic bothliteso.
'Through Sleepe to Washintnancad Baltimoreo.
GREAT RAILROAD
THDE HOCIKING VILLEY
Write
L.. L. ANDIMAN,
1lW. Fot Si, Doiti.

L lentschter, the pjhotographer,
BU CHEIELD
The Fine Tailoring
Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET

On Teaching Pronunciation.
Monday night Professor Hdempl, ad.
dressed a well attendect uteetitag of
tac Pedagogical society ota"'Teacing
Pronunciation." Thle matter of pro-
niunciation, though it swould he user
done, usually received too little attens-
tion., Evetaill Latin atid Greek, too.
careless lpronaunciation~ leads the sta-
denat to miisapprehend importatnt facts.
In raepo0 liviag languages correct pro-
nunaciationa is vet-p imptortatnt. It is
Sect Inot to teach bty rutle, bttby imi-
tation, anid. to msake thec acqitisitiotan
new sound sould he giveta in asich
combinations that the piositioln of thae
vocal orgatas is made favorable ta its
prodotetiona.'ITe stuadetat shtould taevea
be allowed to stttmhle or struggle, thte
teacher should aid him at once if in
difficulty, to prevent forming malay
hahits. In teachng Latin and Rom-
ance languages it is ituportant tao
citre the student of hais native stress
hefore trying to teach quatatity. A
clong-cong" style of reading a-ill do
this. Finally, highs school ctutdents
should never he tautght phone .ics.
though it is essential that the teachterI
should unaderstand the scientce.
Students are cordially invited ta in-
eect our evlmoplEte lines af suits, over-
cats, men's furnisings and hats.
Wadharnas, R-yata - Recnie, S. Minh at.
NOTICE, eBANJO :.LAYERS'
The banjo club needs another good
player. Come with instrument for
trial to Room 261, Wednesday or Fri-
day night between 7 and 8 o'clock.
WANTED-A woman steward and
a man steward at once. A good op-
piortutnity. For information addres.
'.1E., care of Daily."
J. C. Taylor, '99 Law, is110w in the
office tif the Corporationl Coutnsel at
his honae in Chaester, Penna.
PAND NOTICE.
Hand rehearsal, Wednesday night
7:30, Jan. U. All membiers not there
will he exceludedl from playing Friday
night. It is inoperative thsat every otne
is there oi_ time.
81 MANAGER.
J. Ml. lHaverty, '99 Law, is practic-
ing lass at lila home in Pittahatra
Penai.

journal Club Started.
The Journal cltab utnder thse directiotn
of Dr. Warthini of the department of
pathology hsas been started. 'Tisaob-
ject of the cluth is for the stutdett
svhu are taking the u-ark to prepaure
papers ocs cases assigned thens anu
to piresenit thett to the nmemhersofi
the cluth for discussions at rise tiaet
ings. Each stutdentt is assigned tuo
special case wshichi is worked up by
hinm, by gatherinsg all the data obtain-
able from records at thse hospital. fro
the post mortutus, and by preparing
sections of tissue from different or-
gants of the boidy. Wheta le has dune
all thais hec presenits his paper to the
Journal rlutb, where it is informally
discussed. As there are a great many
ralre atid ecceptionally interestitng
cases ptresented to the club, an oppor-
tunity is given to the students for oh"
tainitag a great deal of benefit and
valtuable informations.
Nearly all the worktdune is researcha
and original wvork, and tile student is
supposed to work up his case unaided.
Sections are made for each nsumber of
the club, and in this way every one
will have obtained a very valuable
collection of pathological specimens.
The club is the advanced class in
pathology and is limited to a certain
number of members of the juntior
clsss. 'rhe club holds its regetlar
meeting on Saturday evening of each
weekt.
'02 't RACK CANDIDATES.
All candidates for '02 track teanm
will please meet in the 'lrophy room
of the Gymanasium Thutrsday, Jan. 15,
at 4:30 p. m , to elect temporary cap-
tain.
W.7 T. TIIU tMAN,
82 '02 'T. Ti. Mgr.

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Sa! utars
Suhat Jaseph Raitman'a, Washbucn's
sad ltcano'sareo a~lseatthe
WSckDrG MHsiG Store I
WLibDetyocly 2doosfrom Mack'sCorer
Have You
teen out PORCELAINS? Ficeet
Ilincgout-only place tn the city
whiere yau assget theta.
SPEG61IAL RATES TO SENIORS
The~ &rrumau Studio
112 W. I-uros St. N. S. Phone 119
Athens Theatre
SATURDAY, JANUARY 20.
Sal Smith iRussellsiGreat Pias
ctA POOR tELATI55
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650 HOSTESSES. titn e of Lowvney Claocolates in the
Don't forget thte House-W~arnming at city c a be fotund at Tuttle's
the Barbouar Gymnasium Friday even-
ig of this week. All friends of the 3 8SO T S A EST
Woment's Leagute cordially itivited. 38SO T SA EST
''icketa 511 cents. -- ___________-__
Prof. Hinsdale will give the second 0, M, MAR1TIN..,
lectatre iln the series arrangeid by thle. EU NERAL
apipointted comtittee today at 4 1. I. DR C O
itt 'Tappant Hall itt the suibject: 'TahDeEC O
laedagoirsl iools ed in Preparinga to Embaltng a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave. Atnhulance night and day. Res-
Tea'eact. ilence 302 Fifth Ase.

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