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May 07, 1900 - Image 2

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2 THE UNI VERSII XofUle MCHIGAN DAILY

U-. Women's League Election.
f The annual election of the Women's
Leagoe was held Saturday afternoon its
Published Daily (Sunday s eeptd)dorang the the harbour gymnasium. Miss Pagetson,
Cottege year, at tresident of the league, catted ttaeimeet-
TolE lNt VERSIIY OF MLIHIGAN. itng to order, and tthe annutat report of the
Ogensa: The tntand Press, Henning Black, secretary cwostseard and discussed. 'r'ise
Both Phoesn1tt. year has heene a stecessfl one for thse
roague. Otne group has already had
IIBANAGI EDITOR. sesven mseetinegs anthele fanscy dress party
F. ErtOELnAtO, '0t L. given last Novembher, was one of the
BUSINESS MANAGER. msost enjoyahle eceenis of the year. The
0. Id. ASun. to L. only misfortutne encouentered has heen
EDITORS. else illssess of the fornmer president, Miss
ATHLETICS, . . o. D. n ooNUTT. 1 E. Atessa Daley.
At Dr. Mosteer's sutggestion, a motion
T. S. WaoDowso, '00. L. A. Hd. MttousAsLL,' 1 E to elect a Womoes's League historiane was
J. B. WOeOD, 'n0, W. 1u. Ieea, '00 M, adopted.flee league has lived throughs
L.. J. MoNTOKEoo, '00, Ri n. JoEsooAss,0 . 'uMansey chatnging years used a history of
WA. KNIGHTe 'us L. 5'. T. EVANs 'o. its grossthecwhiche esay behesatnded to fn-
tes LILLANesK. SABIEa'03 eteWeoene's Leageuers, swill he ate se-
__________ _____ -teerestineg aned valueahle edocumesent.
To fll teecanecy ontteeboard, two
ssoorty girls assetwtao inseepensdens
fromestele liserary, aousnse reprecentative
eachs Irees ele lace, phearmsaceutsical asse
The subscription triesfate D Leists $2.50 fa oe denleetidelatasmeents.,evere eligihle. Thsose
the college yeare. withe a recculardelivery before elected cccee:\lias Deerosthy Sass, '02,
noona each slay. Notices, comunications, and
othetttttertee dedtsfoe sublicatoesnmstbePi Bee5ta csPicissFlorence Greense, 'us,
hanedsinaatthee DAILY othic etore 80ps., t o ro5s-is;'eliss Careolyn. Chubbh, '03, Itec-
mailed to thes editor bectfo1 e 3 see . atthc dOa seedest; His -Ma'ery Goedfrey, 'os ;Insec
previoustoateat nswhcchtshsey ausexcpectecd eteo lee 'lseFesetlssr.'s e
Subscriptionoseseiy be lofts astthe tAILYeoffice. Mriss Ruhe Reeleicle, 'us,}IPlar.;Xl isa
Meyer's, or beo55Icetecscustd, ccwsteeBu0sacesteV555 1ossess Dt~s.
Managecr. Suebscribecscsill1conerca avuor by flee elections ci oficecrs astia s faoe\s'
repoetiogjpeomps~tly' ae th-offtie ay faiueof er.leslMiss I diels Vsheeter, 'us
caeeiers to delivc ealepe. siesdet MscIsrssctlcs
Ao 5 whic t ieuictoe ,e eceetes e eseesg'cesr.Miss Mausede
the antce y 4 s.eae e. ore ese ia s dy pretsieass totate a '1; rresyasseitmeg cretary, lt C
-_ G lees laste 1Fsebes, 'se ;e'reasurer, Miss
Floerence edteges,'of.
Central Debatinq League. AUsesrteelectsiteneedancgeess heguns
.Xliesssste seleetisg Iessrd ee e secc 5551sit55 sted a enseral gaod
'Tse -inst ebaigbadh steme folloed
stuhbsitted teesoletietets far deisatet
else Centeral Debatineg Lesague. Thsis is Saturdayj s Gamtes.
its accerdaneceewiths te consstitutsionsof Mitlchigant26;eNorthwsesteernt 2.
thaustlegue, wchdereequiresechsof tee Wiescosins1e;Beloites
isoer unsiersties comp rising it tsossb- Petsedue, isi VWabshts
aeittc's qusestione sendfrsoms lie eghte St.Igatisu4 se, Amc r,6
thssubmteeittedel legrauecouncs il scese St.XVincet,st;14 5e tteetl ee3.
select sthreae neisr echsof te eet se ets aown,6;e iesteetsse
finsals sitd thle remaineinssg oseefar the e 'tarv Cesls2;seleas,
fineal. Cornsell, 6;Pennsylvansees's
'Tle ejstissseat bleeineiiesotae ae Foet 7;Rts tMeedical.

A Gentleman's Feet ...
do noat hare to he crawded ino
unomfortahle short in oedee to caomply
with the laws of fashion.
yashion hat hecome decidedly lenient.
Perhaps noat permanently so, hoe we won't
wortry ahout the future. At $2.98 a pair
we guarantee to furoish to ultea-fashionahle
and more comfortahle shoe than eta he par-
chased elsewhere at to equal price. And
our geerateemeanse youe money bach if
you woos it..
GLASS'S SHOE STORE
OpentEvenng 109 S. Main

-F -

Those new Spring Suits
at the
New Clothing Store,
are going fast. Had you not better select
yours cwiile the assortmenet is large.
We have lie nicest assortmeent of
Newo Spring Clotheing in all wvove
Worsteds, Cheviots, Oxford
Greys, Vicimas, etc., that have
ever been soocn in the city. We
shall be glad to sheocw them to
you whether you buty or not.
Our Prices range $5 to $20
STAEBLER & WUERTH,
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS.
* 211 S. Main St.

GASAN ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
G ANDPORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SEtAL.TY. bANtTARtYPLeUMBNGee, STEAM AtN DHOT WATER HEATItN.

"ReesoledeelIhat ihe lseestcs of C set-
erece, Ruslesay iPeolingy ShldsselcP-er-
smitteed"seed "Resoalv el, Ti'it teeHain-
se-a tsynte Sublsidly Bill Shld ele hAdeopt-
eel by'teenteted Statses ats its Policy'
iceas cits'Merschaneess Meirse"ici-
5 l nets -1innesotae intshle Sessi-fteals
seteear e wee cche m easese thslere is goosd
wcot:aeeeel Flet ilicleiganeknwsee haIow
so scat in seeetseesteelall oeasefrtlsland5
ability asieli Icb e t foeresthato eepingy tup
seer "aoeelreputaetions itsdebele.
Fraternityj Members ofi the Mechi-
ganensian Board.
A somewatel hasllltily cailleetmeeteing
wa1shecled yestereday smorneing at else Cii
Pbi hosse for teeiulrpose of electineg
else fraterntity'semersrf n ext years
Mliciigutseesitiesboard. Thse legsality of
the meetinegcwas qusesionsed on te
grousese atitee e encetitled to sole wecre
test testified, and 51 formaslplrotest eter-
ed. Ti'he uennoified etcrcelesebororities
whlose righet sovote its this electionseIs
epto sohlis timeebeensunqesctioed. A
meotione toadjsourn cwas lose us e ele c-
lists proceeded with. S. W'. Lucid, Beta
Thta Pi, ewoc ele only eandeiedatenamede
for lice tositiotn of msanaoging eitor ande
coos elected. 'i'he tro positionts oi us-
sociate editor weent so H. C. Stevenes,
Tiea Delta Chsi, used R. C. Butterfield,
Psi -Upsileon,cwitheoute a contlest. The
sculler of else sorority. sembeer of te
hoard wseconesideredl.
Phtusical Training in the Sumner
schlool.
Pheysical oasd lheoreticael inestruectione le
gymsnastics suitable for schlools antd for
list individuasl cwill Ice giveneintsesuesm-
user cession cifelse Universily by Clharles
INI. 'eilliasss cIthe University gymnasui-j
eteeo. A coserse lee lighst gymnstsics cill
inecluede free msovemsensts weith bars, belle.
clubs used dumeb belts. 'i'hese exercises
soul be corrective in natsere. 'fle course
its heavy gymenastics cill consist of exer-
cises cwithie l est cweigihts,, thsecast-
ineg bar, thee iorse, tepiarallel bars used
the heorizotal bar.
'Tle exercises wsill he taueght lee'single
meoveentses and its group series, in-
struction soul also he given in naltdng
physieal exanminations, in tuking neaus-
urenments, and in ehart plotting.
The University gymenasiumse cill be
open Irons two to =six o'clock each after-
noon.

Senior Social. J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASH NGTON ST..
ls e lees iof te ipopularse ir lcso55cials _________
eok plaece last Saturtday evensing at fllee ' '{ SC ew .....
llsrlesessr gymneasitimt. I. gooed sizede
croev se pls resents sed spenaed e r y en-
-y ahslceensinsg its sdaecisng. fle etitet
tevts excellenst andthdele tisle aseier
passeldesffvcry leand~ tily. 'fle cesssesil-X
tee its chalrge esssistetl of Junsis B1.
Woodel chseirmsas; IBusrtoen O. Greening.
J1. Waslter Woodsse, llhiserguteriteGile-'s
M1aslh~s i teI liiin. ls .. on 000 out every lay c05150frort
chapceroes ft e eelineg secret: Dr. IT ~~
IEliz'a Moshles, hiss. I.C.Russell ansImm
____ ____ MOL ES'aylor.z'
'ls Xi'alr ____ Pbone 100. 515 E. Liberty Street
+ Monie Cresto Csgesrs, - - 10e
+ tngAlbert - f" _ .. tltc Association Minstrels.
4+ General Kercer " - -in ________________10C_________________
+ Chaneellor ' - - 10On
Green Seal "l- - I .j.
+ Royal Banner " - - + H
Powell, Smith & Coo'sPesfeetos iOn / . 11"
SSot Smith IRassell Cigars t-e10c Varsity Joker's
+Sanchez & Haya l° - tc
~ STEBLR & O. .......J-productions will be given by
+ 301 S. MaSt., eor.Lsherty'
+++++++++++++++++++++The NONPAREIL DEEP-VOICED Interlocutor.
A TE1S DAY,' EDY MAY $, and his SIX DELECTABLE DIALECT end-men,
FRANK R. MARVIN, DANA T. JONES.
fMiss Manrie Lamoure Sapported ty Fredrick "BOB" FITZGERALD, MARK BEATTIE.
asstssssy in "BILL" KAVANAGI-, " WINDY" WEADOCK.
"A Wse Wman ATHENS THEATRE, MONDAY, M1AY 14.
Prices, 25,I35,t50and 710cests. Oreat se
SaleSosurday.
WAHR'S SPECIAL 5$3.00 SHOE Te tS loyXESHeOWbINRD. W
JOHN W AHR , TH!1E SH O EMAN
218 SOUTH MAIN

I

SEE OUR LINE OF 50 GENT PEARL HANDLE KNIVES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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