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November 14, 1900 - Image 2

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THE UN [VERSITY OF ' MICHIGAN DAILY.

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2.

._.EU~EIST f WUGNDIY

Published Daily (Moodaoosexcepteddrngthe
College year, ao
THE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN
MAIN .ORelco I0OANCIF Oee CCs
Argus Bldg, Main S. 336 S. Stale Street.
Both 'Phones 13. :yeow Stat' 'Phone 123.
_ NIANAGING EDITOR,
0. H. HANS. '01
BUSINESS MANAGER,
- Fi. NB rr~.I~xr. '00 Y,
EDITORS:
ATBLLTICS, . 0. 11-osov, '01,E
A.B. McDoOO.I.,'Ol B W. A.XNKon ,'Ulv,'0.
.. MiSs L., K. Sososo '03 Ci s. DVOosos01
AM. B. Woooxow, 104 w. P.CHAEY, 101 L
Michigan tan be ;justly -proud of ler
r'ecord as a host at Siinlday's gamie.
Pnhe spirti of fairness and coutresy ox-
tended to the Iovans has teen: leldl-
e'd ilross te lanrd and has redouded
to the glory of the state and he Uni-
versity. Though defeated ho football
the Univerotty has won na reputation
for cleatn and mianily sptortsmnshI:1ip3 e-
'seled by none.. It is at mark of genu-
tue breadth ands liberality 1that le sntp-
poters of the maize and blue coould tbe
So generous in defeat a1n, acceplt 'a
crushing: reverse withouit a drop of t
Iiieness. They drank jiie :of itter
defeaot toi the dregs, but while so doing
toasted the llawvkeyes for their
strengr-h indl their skill, and like tre
sportismien, aeknowledgvdtthe: suptri-
trty if tit lstettttrs.
Tfler ttttltltots trtttn Ioca playe:d
(-ttean, mtittly footttall away fronti hiomie
and aiiiits t tleto'tained band of en-
thisawtle rooiters. They wonv in spite
o.f those otdts oean-s they were a bet-
ter tetom. Arid lliigan hos proud to be
tecfeteol, if ldef('tost She must be, by
"lnperitar players Adlio tre gentlemen'l
and sptortsmen.
Mielhigaon aipplrecat, the siitof
too-i anid extt-utls tier eongratttlabus.
She hopt-s to meet the: strty we-stern-
era in miany huohr iotetst of strenlgth
and to winl, tobut sohitthr shte wins or
lss tilt gamies sill -te fair and the
winer osill be giv-eu the fruits of vie-
ttay withitut a grudge.
Thieves Enter the Dlental Laboratory.
Some tions' Mtodaly night the dentol
laboratoory was ettrtol by thiteve; aoot
tools to the amoonit of $35 u-re aks'n.
'The 'tools stolen so-re ihoot' tmtte by
the seniors tlionstl'eS, and1 te loss
will has-i to be horns' bty 311011 t-lil
vidnal3. These tools iast beenO stored
away in glass in tte fo-eshomitn ltobo't-
tory togetrher withl pate tooode tduring
the fresdimeno yeatr, so-blb 00000 also
taikell. The denial facultyiteltd a mleet-
big yesterday aftt-trnoto bt.o whlat stops
were takt'n ili thtis matter as lot beet
larned. Tile patrties lonileated has-
tot been ast-i triailied, 'but thorough in
vestlgatlols Wilt btt lait'e is dis cor
lie ulpritst.
Calender.

Lecturo on "Singing". at School of
M Usic.
'The If -11ireiomoir'ow 04'(liOgill a
Frie'e Nit--mirlal ball t8 O'lc1).kt oill
tu lot1- t:i-al talk on s IngIng by Mr.
I towrlandi. The ecture last eek, by
O', tlnIlti'i-I n-as so perfect a dleilon-
i r. x all t rite orientifle phases of lshe
soljeet ...i it funined a splendid prep-'
tattioli frth ils practical demonstration
Of too' sit:- to noltby one Who Is reeng-
hiz. ", to e'xponenot of its finest tradi-
b ols. I . -tlte-'lecture, Mr. How'
hind osill sintg a nunoher of songs illus-
tratinog lie different styles of interpre-
ation. This lotntre is free, and it is
loped that many will avail themselves
of this orpportunity.
A senisationla l 301fornoaaot'e IS proml-
Isetl by. Cole iawls Johnson In "A Trip
to 6' ootoss'-n" 0olie ocea~lon of "their
loelforilotancO at the Atheno% tomorrow
ni"Iglt. 'l'llecompllanty lIi lItt itlO I3-
111011t0015 Iit ever'ys-here 'through its
llltlgliit'Ieit lspreoentaitloll of operta,
c-tot'dy, lturlesq-ind 1111vaudevillel. The
liftys' lio 10-Cartists comoprising the
t-stijlpaly are 011e seory b13001iithoir a's-
shetsite specIalties ond 0110 per-formo,
-11110 tois ao'ked bytyhoc'liberal imanner
Ill WIItIt-'ol 'oel'yllilDg is tdtote on -the
CONTINUE tttI'5' BY Ut' t t
Rtoytal 'i ;eIro, lOc;t Tigersottes, t5e,
Watterman or Laughlin Fountain
l'enls, $1 each, at Schaller's Bookstore.
11113-':1n eaosy chtttr at Maxillt Hailer's
F-trnitoure stire. You ean do your
stoltuig inone100of 111h00mimuch Ibetcr.
'Ye t-trry xootlitoany dressers, ohiffoo-
toie~ l ;)ml w llhtlndltts .gnu,-. with 1 15s
:NIAlifIN 1lIA.L E
Alarm C'loks aot1 l I1Rt.I'S Jewelryt
Store.
Up-to-date Stationery at Schaller's
Bookstore, 1366 No. Main at.
Wadlhams, Ryan & Reule are soles
agents for Ypsilanti underwear.
'fle popular roote to Clocago,
St. Louis, Kansas City, Spring-
field, Decatour, D~anville, antd all
pioinots Southowest.

Shoes going'
-t at a Sacrifice
I ~~ . bloceovay ottr oboes are going vl
- ~ surprise you, and the prices that
are making theta o will sunprise
0') you stoll mtore. It will be profit-
able for you to be surprised. Drop
on to-day and try it.
GLASS'S SHOE STORE,
1 O9So. Main Street..
Open evenings antil ANN! ARBOR, AM*
8 P. M.
- " '"__ Are YOM Looking for
" * -;1 It's just lokfinding it if you get your
Suiots and Overcoats at the "Newv Store.'
You ave o muh tht'sclear profit.
We show you alt New Goods at Cash-
Basis 'Prices.
STAEBLER211 S. Main St,
& WURHAnn Arbor.

'I

ATHENS THEATRE,
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15
THE KIN4GPINS OF COMEDY
COLE AND JOHNSON.
IN
"11 J4Crip to goontown"t

- COMING
"T TER E. PERKINS
______ from -,M exico.'
OPOAOAOA4 AOAAAOCAOOOAAAO.

Consult ticket Agents. GO!! WHERE THE CROWD GOES
Immediate Connoection at Milan -- TO -hCnietlLmtd
-. S. (ixrNrsso-o, MI. P. A. O E
Lectures Billiard Parlors
Printed lectures for all depart- REOLDRFITEVYHNGEW
meti nts of e nie rity. p-BRUNSWICK BALKE 'CDLLA DER TABLES,
writing an ioorpig tt'E)WrI Th THE VERY LATEST anti UIP-TO--DATE MA1TERIAl.
EDWARDS BROS. KNOWN TO THE MILJLIAR]) UNIVERSE,, andthoe
Oto Sliooh-.iostSt aler be O LY'G- UN
Redmond, Kerr& Go.,' MONARCH CUSHIONS
.BANKERS, 1_N TH3E CIJTY
41 Wall Streat, New York DO NOT BE DECEIVED
Trasoatageaneral bankin busnee. Yh IL Loct. M T ot.LIr.PLAYERS ox0 0510(i\IP 050..". 5 tttoo 1-E lita
Recev depoeits subet to draft. Dividends
sod interest colleted and remitted. Aet a E iD and SG t tQSOttS OUTH
Fiscal Agents forad negotiate the iseo 1 S aira-bs e alas a one3c.9 iOTAT
Scuiis bughtavidoln mstio. EYNVLD ebrsNwYokEchneOSENTHALEIR 5EET.
DEAL IN i SANITARY PLUMBING.
HIGH-GLADE INVESTMENT SECURITIES. ir !B;f , aEcra3IC Cos:sTnaCTIOo AND SUPLIES,
.List of currrnt offerinesssanaton application, 1UN U I 7 STEAMt AND 110T WATERotHEATING,
PHILADELPHIA CORRESPONDENTS. 207 E. Washington Street. AROTISSIC GAS AND ELECT RIC FIXTUR.
GRAHAM, KERR & CO. HGH GRADE MAN-aELS5AN'D ORATES.

I+ riday, Nqv.. itt-Librat-y Pary of
Womnani's League ito M3arhosir Gym.
Saturday, Nov. 1.7-tootbatll, Notre
Dlame s. Mhcltrganto. t egents Iield.
'T ueadlay, iNov . i2t--Lie: t.Cardeso, hoc-
ture,'-bel it tbsatnOopI0. ItoottttalU. II.,

Friday, Nov'. 23-1ntc et l'trtnent do-T
loste for Cent-nab League htniIt. .A .Rr
Sturday, Nov. 24--iOtt tr01, Qlfto IIV
State Untiversity, atIRege'tts' lit-Itt. (1. Ojas i R~~ i
(theoe Clobtw oill ns et toonightlIIt7 ~ n EAs.FShoe's Iat THEilE iOEMIN
et 28S. MAIN ST.
otohotk 110,Itoomn 24. U. IH. S
C.J. I)OYEL, Leldor.
SWEETS TO THE SWEET. I"F YOU WANT :TO. BE, SWEET- SEE BROGAN 110 S. MAIN

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