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October 04, 1899 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

elk S. LA Course.
k", -. f at.. Student Lecture Association tickets
Ilt~~d~aly (undas esepte) duin twll tte placed on sale today at 4 o'clock
Collegeye ar, at alder'o Drug State on State at.

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THE UNIERSII Y OF M CHIGAN.
-taasetr-Tax Ilandesacs, Heing Bloc.
Both Phaes, 17.
diffANAGING SEDTOR.
F.I. Bsss Ana, 'OL
111iIINESS MANAGER .
a. H. HA~'00 .
^.D. lasscaa '015E, Athltic.
EDI)TORS.
~5.woso,'00 L. AlH. MctOUtAasa,'010
s.n5san, 'E. . B. Wo, '0,
,.$,AoI "caoas ,e'0O , D5. 51. tra, 'cAt,
P~Thehsntacltiaslprica sstheAL s acM.Ofo
haesolg" yea, with a acgula odeliery hafoct
ems seah dalo. Notcc assas icatios, and
ethr cattes itenddlftar publicaisamst ha
kstiessasinaat tha DALaoie beforehaas pIn., as
ailed t the sturbeacoe 3 p. an. at th day
arnasisnsa isthat asnawhica they aepcted as
Rnhsecptisstay ha aeft at the DALLYs offie,
steye's, as StOl's aewtalod, as with Busies
fftsagsi, aalciharsswll tases a faoarly
wslsecttse peasstly at this offie ayfailre at
All hages as adertisamattec msst e is
she offiae y 4pasmasontday peeisst that
-as which hea ae tosasoas.
,1%e resuls of te organization af an-
ma k3 s frehmen eleen will be watchd
erldik intercst The "all-frehmn" has
- oafemedly not been a success in the
two pant yearstsila which it was tried.
-..hits was practically admitted y the
xtyleli authorities when they did not
ke..a@L' steps towards repeating the
i arstment until asked to do so by the
'tabr.~ That the coaches ae Iandi
csIajST by a lack af anteiau is very
'elidesxt.Theta ceranly aought to be
, ren material availale at tisip1e0iod
the @ easin.
There is god groasnd fotblaieviag
sa t many good Varsity enotuogt to
+r sdevelped rom all-reshtoen eleven.
t 'as eoght to Pa a cnstant source
am which the Varsity could daw ex-
r..:Aacd players. That Varsity inate-
'ifor succeeding years has sot eas
veinped in the frehmaenaevens is
* e2tcalnly not due to a lack n the part
thaeoachaes. Wetertpro'es a
a,'-es thyear dependauon oa5th sin-
telmanifcted in it. f such ganes
ersaba seured as will induce cadi-
satres to come ut and try fr the team,
ax" traine faithfully, the venture wll
to asuccsful and Ielful Io)foal:all
g easly t3ut soitout etouagh menoaout
a'.rPst :o:ISaSosc acrasonabslysgod
r as ge a sho'duale fri. l'ba'0ating
'sw necesary ithOat feshmaenaoturaa
atadwo'riafo thae'teamo, seatat
y eccacs whit. it ogtlo ass a
aaningscnhoolfrtarelsaiveseciytam
RMoodija Program.
'1w ght L. Moody swill bld oaclioais
Ann 5ror on Satray, Sandayansoo
_t. 'aday TltoSauraday a onltsday
--aferoon metings soill bPahldcloilaothe
1t' Ihodit riaurcho adltle es'eraing
'sotngs and the ooe Suday afternoon
- University Hall. lisa meetng are
e conducsated under the united on-
stot of the churches, the S. C. A. and
tce Unverity and town Y M. C. A.
The S5. C. A. will prvide the choir and
he Unverity Y. M. C. A. will lok
after the ushering and ther arrange-
'soont. A good representaton of the
asulty, and the S. C. A. ads city
hurches will occupy the stage in Ifn-
aty ,'Fll.
These meetings are for the espa'al
'esofit of the students, ut others will
'Sac welcomed.

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Those desiing to sell tickets mot pro-
cure orders rans theameamaers at the
Board in their respective dpataents
and present to the treasurer at SL. A.,
wolsueoo'the tckets at Wilder's
Drug Store at 4 a'clock, Wednesday,
Oct. 4th, and at t0 o'clock n lisa morn-
icg oalah' reaaingdaysofattheswck
'ha usaal arralokenent at allowing 5
per rent caomissio oa each tickaet sold_
oill bP a ad this year.
Tihcetog cure class'sfar eoaaaplted
so h dates as giren eeowa
1.. Lymano J. age.......O~t. it
2. Congreanaao. 1'. lDollis c...Oct. 27
3. Max Beedo',ixeaeoCoeaae . ...No.d
o. tBrig-Gen.oCh'lesiraKtg . ...No. 17
5. Senator Wn. Y. Faye.....Date opaa
6. Will Carloto .......... ...Ja.t,
7. Sousaadi his Baa........... FeP. 19
sJohn TempileaGraresc..... ... March 3
. FOHopkinaso Ssooall. ..... Msarch 05
t0. Oratorical Conatet ..........lhMarchi 25
0. Chicago Alumna Nu0100 er..Date open
2. Announced later...........
Seats can Pa resrsed for lisa e'tica
coutre at Wildr's Pharmacy at 9
o'clack Monday msorning, Oct. 9.
DEBATING NEWS.
The subject for te acxt deate of the
Central Debatig tLeague sill e
"Resolved, That municipal ownership
and operation of street railways as
preferable to own ership and opertin
Py private corporations."
The preliminaries will take place Ot
2tht. The Inter Dept. deates on the
Friday preceding Thanksgiving. The
semi-finaals on the second Friday in
January and the hialsotehde frt Fri-_
day in April.
Anly student is the Universit may
participa~te, tprovided that ha Pa a mea-
er at the Oatorical Assocationa and
af one o the our deating scetis,
the Alphla Nu, Adelphi, Jeffersonian or
Webstr. Provided alo that he has
st tpreiously represented the Univer-
sity in a final cntest.
The przes ae' Flat prie, seventy
dollars, second prize, fity dollars' third
arizae, thirty dollars.
HISTOLOGY,
BIOLOGY,
BACTERIOLOGY
Supplies and(IDisseting
Instruments.
We.,oatatotheaods.
We 'uaoatec the place.
J. J.1QUARRY,
CA.T sasV' 7tsR''o- dJC AI
teaes of the Ut oeM.OsAca'wilalacas e
slat' rtheOPR117BTShNElll10'Bllt"O2',
wher suscritio canbehefct frtoss i. Ti.e
lU At v.aod os e s othaersI aoisog oailies as tes'
D0 tatis Paee Prs, etrcoit 'T'ioae,Dr, aot
EovoienirNo-'andasallli-LaoN'w 'ok asd
Toaeoapetrsa. ~l'asalslteli,eadaltooall patoe
aftcty Olc 01. 10oath M ' ainset
GRANGFZR'
School alfDancing
MRsAss MRS. 11O1S1 GRANE, Issassemass.
Office ad Aatlasmy 1Mayadstres-ass
hawck wst oaiStatecsetstaores.
Blli Posac Na.:
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
DAN~CING'
PINK BROS., Instructors. 7
Office nd Academy, Nickel Hll, 334.336 S. State1

SHOES nvIRRYTHTN
SHOE N SHOES
THE BIRAIlN SHOE STOKE
Mleans Gaol Valatto, notlhig else. Liowest (asa Prica faor Gooti Shoe.
W~e are soot satisfied unaleass youi are. We do tihe Beat Repairing, using
good maateriali unly.
D. E. GL ASS, PROP.,
LO9 SO'DT= 1IV-ZsIIN SCT E 'IT. J00

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r~~ftO

The
Single
Breasted
Sack
Suits

Wicihi we offer are
high class manufactured
garments, are cut from
heavy weight Surges,
fancy Worsteds, Cher-
jots, Tweeds and Thibets

The fashionable broad shouldered,
narrowv waisted cut is represented
as well as the straight back coat-
the only two styles in vogue now.
Vests are single and double breasted,
$10.00 to $20.000.
NOhIc S tr

IA-W BOOK".O"
To the told tudeas we seed no introdatction; to the newo ones nwe will sa-
WE fAIZIY F1lE MOS F' COMPLETE LINE IN THlE CITY saldca
supply any law boaok poublished. A few of our miscellaneous publicatcca*
with SPECIAL PRIaCEaS
lion Hoist Constitutional History, 8 vols Sandars' Justinian
Wilson's Works, 2 vinl Tucker on the Constitution, 2 veim
Stats Trials Erskine Speeches, 4 vols
Curran Speeches Roscher Political Economy, 2 evlk
Cull for our Catatogne of Law Books. Pleased to quote ysou Prices.
Ann Arbor Branch, a w oo Pblshrs. o.
340 Stats Street -- Opposite Lawi Building.
GAS AND ELLOIR C LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A .SPECIAL'r. SANITAnsRttoUaBNeO. STEAM sAsN Ov ssTIR IIA TIa~ i.
____ ___ J._F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
New
' Patent
Lecture
Book
sea.. 5 or-, lcturae CcoN-er, albstl and eour ow aItentlcoet. the
apsru st t t ecarorget assi eal as in the oil syle trhi ot bookas.
Parker ond Waterman Peras from $1.25 up. Wholesale ar~d Retail
Paper from 10 tents a Pound up.
F. Ji. SCHLEEDE, 340 South State Street.
GET YOUR 99'
MICHIGAXZ4.3IA2N
fIT T°HE INLRIND PRESS
NEW SHOES FOR FALL.
Htave you packed inoaour sham winsalyaept? Thee thesyace, styles withost enL. t
all the trast talk yaoulhsne heard we will sell these sahosjsas lameas we said sqalal qiaieeat-sat
pass.k-I' SHOP" STORE ,
019 E. Waehingteon St.THEO POPULARt STORE

SEE THE LONG HAIRED LADIES IN MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE- WINDOWS.

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