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October 05, 1899 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-10-05

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Aos Tuck Endowment. A H g Stndard{
Thog tshd Deileficndce eopiedwardi g th Tuck, of New York, the enodowment of mserit in clothes making is gained
coiss al Sndgayse atefud f artouhrollgeinthaeeronly by Continuous Effort. And so it is in clothes dealing. It se-
CoEllgeRSIyeOFr, at I fn H, hartuhee icrlee o3 0.quires continuoos effort on ouc part to select that which is best frees
TH NVRIT TWHGA ."h asift e now enaed tAm os i en-the stocks of the many clothes makers in this country.
O'a: Tan Inland Preon, Beaning Block. dwon ud n h euiisi
Both Phones. 147. Idwetfnadtescrte nS EN B O H C O HN
- ____________-- w hich it in invented are not to he S EN B O H C O HN
MANAGING EDITOR, changed during Dlr. Tuck's lifetimedrdad saedineeycspecthouthaecgmdet-re
fietF. EsnGLooan, '01 L. without his consent. It in also provided garments, at al *-it one-half the price. It is that kind of clothing
B5USINESS MANAGER, in the deed of transfer that the annual which the best dressers are looking for, and reatizing this foot we
O. u. 1 no, '0015L. income, which at present iso$12,000f, shall have thi. season purchased an unusual Large Stock of Stein Bloch Sulk
C. tD. HII c ,00 E, Athletics. he applied exelusieely to purposes of in- sod Overcoats anod are in positiotn to fit all shapes sond forms froms
oar magnificent tine of this high grade mabe.
EDITORS. struction. A clause inserted hy Presi-
T St. Wousas , '00 L. A. u. Ec~ones co,'at E dent Tacker prevents the using of the Best Line of Furnishings and Caps.
A. 0 Baa so. '00. -E . . .SOOD, '00, donation for building purposes. LastAwascm toufrth poerhi.
L,1 MNTGXEY,'0,W.D. ICEY,'0-M Spring Mr. Tuck determined uponAlascm toufrthpoerhig
_ -- ---- ---- -------- founding tis memorial to his father,°
who was a trustee of the college from Q
1857 to 1866f. It was while President iLindensch mi11tt &8uke asagus o r.uc.nA ofeI
The nubscription prce ofthetrALT co oist or Iaris that he 0 - ______disclosed____his___plans___for
the code - year, withoa reularodeliveybefornetdslsd i in o
" eac day. Notices, commusnicationa, and the menmorial, and assured his college IL17
other matte intended tar pubhtionmst be
hasnded in at the DAILoffinceteoreo p m., nr roommate that he hsad not forgotten hisPA I LI U C MS
maile tote editoor hefore3 pm. at the day alma mater. A K R S C M CA FE
previous Is thus en which they areoexpected tno_________
Subsc~riptouns may btooefintu the DAILYeoffce, Faculty Concerto for First Semester Lunch Counter in Connection
Ityrs rStollots newstsnd or with Boniness The series of faculty concerto for the
Manager. Soubscribeno will montnr a taorn by
S rang proemptty at this ogifi any faiuro of coming neanon will be inauguratedMIAnn ms
Al chans inodvertisin matter most heinThinsconcetvemotsuergpsg
inefficehy 4up.m- on the sypreevlouseto that ti ocr otspr rga
au which thee urn to auto or. will be given and it is to he hoped that
- =the interest manifested in former years WV. S A K R rp itr
Invetigte taningof ootallwil be maitaied. Mr.Berard709NorthaIUiversity Ave.
Candidates. Storm, violinint, will make his firnt ap- The eeshment Stanod at the AthteticeFild wiltlhoeude my spevsinagain this yatg

'as-of Contrsl, consisting of Profes-
earn Pattengill and MeMurrich and
Uazoager Baird, met yesterday to took
'mss the standings of cootball candidates.
About thirty players appeared before
ihe board. The committee found the
men generally in good standing. Both
oe amateur standing and class room
record were gone ever c-refolly. The
new men were found to be in good
r- tnoing as regards amateurism, and
moat of the old students had satinfac-
a.r cholarnsip record-. Alt were
foond aatisfactory except throw. Thean
-rill probably get a further hearing and
,:heir cases after a careful and thorough
investigation be reported to the Boa.rd
en' Control, to be acted on by that holy.
Choral Union Meeting.
Then first rehearsal of lbe Choral Un-
~ou task place lant Tuesday evening.
There was an unusually largn attend-
anoce and great enthusiasm wan dis-
played. In order that the membershtp
may be comopleted It is necessary that
teofd memsbeos report to the secretary
as noon as tossible. Iceviow of the in-
- itable chaonges ino the chorus it Tvill
lesntthat the artistic resultesare
largely depeoient rocoo thseroottinuance
ofthe old members, aend it in to iso
%o ed thtat they reill att respotnd.
:;Examinaionodaily fromon9 too 11 and
4 to 5 at the Schsool of Music.
The Whist Ciub.
All students interested iou Whist are
A-Oigible to memberahip in the U. of M.
Whist Club which meets for organiza-
t on at 804 Monotroe st. this evening at
9o'clock, As toe night of play will theno
toe decided upon it is necessary thai alt
who contemplate playing this re-loter
1*. present.
A few reords relative to the tsurna-
ment will perhaps not be amino. Every
team with a plus averagn plays in the
annual tournament whirl s I held in the
s-pring. The costo of having the two
highest teams represent the club in the
to meet'reill probably be followed
thlo year.
One must not stay away because he
thinkn he cannot play well enough, as
nowhere will he get more experience,
or learn snore whist than in a club
such an thin one in, whore ho competes
against every nystem of play.

Music faculty. The dates for the dint
nemnester are an fallows: October 12,
November 2, December 7, January 11,
and February 1.
Tickets will he placed on sate at the
ssual places.
The following names were uninten-
tisnally omitted from the list of staff
appointments as published in Monday's
paper:
Dr. Nancrede, Surgery; Waiter den
Bleyker.
Dr. nrcakey, Dermatology; Sarah
Chase, J. A. Matteson.
The registration of the Dental depart-
ment by classes reas as follows at nostu
yenterday: Freshmen 88, Juniors h8,
Seniors 68. Total, 224.

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n WAHR & MILLERI The S1semen-
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