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January 29, 1901 - Image 2

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'THE LUN IV E is t'y uk' MICHIGAN DAIL Y.

PublisitedfDaiy (Modats ecepteddrng
Colego rear, at
THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
MAI OC BosANcosO tEe
Argus Bdg, Maon St. 116 S. Stae Street
Both 'Phtones ia, 1 tate' 0000 i 18.
MANAWO IEDITOR,
0. H. HANs, '00
BUSINESS MANAGER,
,F. EGELAtD, 101 7,
EDITORS
ATHLETICS, - G. D. H osisol., 'i E
A. H.MCDotuGALL,'Oi . W. A.KNIH, 'OL
Mss L.K. SA51115'C Cos. DvooA'Oi
H. H. WOODOW,'04 W. P. ttttst,'01iL
W. A.BENCOoTE, '03 E. I.iiosTo, '03
The subscription price at the D11itY is $2.50
for the colee yeas, ib a regolse' deliery
before noa eah day. Notces, 0151 osia-
tioo, ad other matter itedd or puhlica-
tion mst be handed ieat the DsILY offie
beoro 8p. i., or maied to the eitor efore it
p. i. o0 the day peviousi to that day ot
which they ae epeted 00000peat.
Subsriptonos may ho lft a the DAILY Of-
fce, Myer's, or Stoflet's nestoud, or wills
Bssiness Manaer. aose'ibesill cofer a
favor y reportg promply at this office sy
failure of carriers to deliver paper.
All changes in advertisng matter mot be
in the sofie by 'p. in. on the day previos to
that on which they are to appear.
Afs the says gos by id the ime ilp'
proacehes whil the iiemiory of George
WIasingon is toi Ihs'Celebrated i
U'iteirisity if.111,iiterest cesnters Ill
ti's I 'ii' ' 'ofithe ocsi son. At the
pre'isni'the111 'll a' . i~ies iictet
thitithliiiSfllls'it's will be "11111 '1sut-
p silats No isne 'knows's 'yet ss'o
iillti.: year brillhlts' iliiia'Ibit the
1111 is aitslbs 1tiss' it i Islspeakei'
duisighltti'nlithatlw's i'll I iil'tl ief
,o 'slit iiha' thsfrfaelt.ecr
has is 111111ltil befor1(11heflu Ollite
is no ttiault' ii Ittill'i'itlill'the
,ytm Itisa at 5111 udisuted, i
thiat it is llist'll llilt'sibillillt to
isecuie'ii't of'S'ietilshort 1 otice.111115It
is11 ussst "ositgu111111heIsil''l[ hsl til
dearlksl'pot 1' sejunior lir ch5insi
sills',"''abot' nowtisti I ir 'for theiri
spe'kerforlattt r til e t lll'ii' ilfl nsot
olii tist schll is s o111 is ~thill i
lit,51butlsthe'yIsi l auuhs'
ells'thati'i llbe '1111 1 1 l ii l in
succediguyes. Illiiit uwtist'Xls 1
toria 1' lidorstirsfa't'ati iii 'lilt
squence.tIolist.ssitht lii site11'tiass
beeniii ietillg' ii eIpis, ..'aiii Itc
n contst thi year sta e o 1lleged
snfisht 11111 as ea.'ils 'r
dina saytsI ~ s: I s lt's haits'Wis'
sin slis not dehaitisi tts repil i
sII th iniiss'iii 'Ius'fthe' iii "e s' It
isu'tsss's' tltha'ut si it lot' ilva st E
in pichistsls Isti'iittisnin't'iist
introlii'aissi to ~ltllilfill coetrasfis-i
Northwestflrnltand st lit' ~oi.ldineot
iiit'i olith e ti t ei i't't f s'cj u ls s C~
ofti ti't itndton'seuiiil''fillto
mudchiitine assdIenetgyligtiseouldisi'sit
tnt oaleit i trestige a'diis icsll
cogniltion.
"Noss Wibbonibisd1 btretsud 11r11
coptn O wf~llgsitih the linsttutistlol',11 li
aosvetbecs sheli snot 'a iiemteeof
the debatinig leaue ss 115 IIthey coiy
pose This codfitionli s 'a5ount'ry
IIoneiasmuchl 5s 5e0declined to entera
tile lesgue at fle tme of its foma- F
10 r

Alarm Clocks, at HAL.LER'S JEW-
ELRY.H
Art Pictures for student' rooms, atL
Sehalier's Baooks oe, 116 So. Main st.

University Whist Club 1 h
Thte neefings of fie University1
Whist Club 11sf yeair ere argely af.
tended and fielsb swas one of the
most prosperons i lithe state. The rep-1
reet~vSsent to Dtrit to ltt ld
the state mieet imate a good showing
,inii]lbrought ihomse hoios This yearl
thiereihave eetn seeral atempts to
form it u, htunfot0untely every.
date tllit sbeeniset ihasconflictdi
sithl some~t othier event and the clubHe
hlls noit b11n or1izlled Tere area
numb~ller sit studencIts jai the University 1
wh ieitesfed in tie tieut
for solui'realsonItilesyiiave not tnrned
sit andfiassistediun lpiermnently o00
ga'illillg the 'Iasity ssoiation So F
til tte hi a s beelldroppedi sd isall
priohailiIt tile gatme swilibe slighted
hes' thils wtite's. 'sso of the promi-i The lecture
1111nt ll ltemer tf lst yasel utb court
Ea' 'in w I andsstiiiilIailes Ie-sey, at-
in iDetritI f ist iSatur'd'a'y'eiiling. Te
trit Wh S ist 1(111)1. fiRepresntlatvs C
fromsiff hOt'laceliissalli Cver the sate THE
i-irs'irsss'iif NEW~1
ii'ti'"ei'entle'iiiiiiookisliU:I triclklt SHOE
whil iissittingic NiortiandSio uth, whichft FOR
5'l15 s15ve11nimliirs thalnl was natdi'byithe XWsOMVEN
1w11'ingtam h ey li'w segisCnIPro-
s(liore when-sit ss's ainontitdsd tie
wiingi p llayerst'o itile siltet is-s U o
111.1has1been mintine~~d.
212
Two Senior Medics Burned Out,
fille11r111msitf twos'ior11e11 icis A
hisses Clriin antuPhelps, slit1112at
>im S. i iiy er st'eetws ellsiiscne. of
remledinth icmleteis'liss Cittueir
Illonsian iisnsn'in sucett'e li'clothes'
ill's s.'sil ais ft'he sswis 51111" 1adies
55511'e i ginssdI 1511111111'lOS t lie
niii I .sl11'r Its(timaedn iit tl
I "\NI e- 11Si1is17,1 IOItI I.
I\ it and' isillore i'5Siiill Iisf11u55
mI Vi ill ,litsilM I ill 15wh i i l li
ce i l iii's 'sn ssilliii' oighdl t
hledo iil'e'lilis I itesu1011nit e5
ta yrwittenilii's 'is's 'li, hshndl iisi
''me ia.aeis s ''ltPrices:ies2
Siffi st i pties"t coifti'onVof
ihio '1 lTigers. Ills': Tii.'-rttes '--c.
Alarm Ccks, at itALLEt'S SEW-
I,LRY.~
iSes.'
'Exposition Uiverseile B L
Walton, Saglo, and Champier
ADDRESS. 03Sf5OUT11 STATE SRfEET 11G
The pohliohiero of this wor receied the
)rad Prize aod Gold Medal at the ParisEx
position for itt eacellence. All work old on 0 R E'
Redmond, Kerr & Go,, EYI
BANKERS
Transact a geneal banin usnese. 27E.Wsi
Receive depoits subjet to draft Dvidends 27F ~h

NEXT NUMBE&R
IN THME
L A COURSE
W11LL BE
H-ON.
iry fl. Estabrook
(Chicago Alumni Number)
iday, February 15
by Rev. D. A. Hlls is Indefinitely Postponed on ac-
It of Dr. Hillis' illness.
RO0S IS1 Art Novelties,
They fit the feet...
Te ned no breaking D crtos
They are oodesof fne
shoemaking.....
They are the cheapest Frames, Poster Mounts
as well as the best..
Only sold to one retail-
er in each town.. " and all Art Supplies
H. Miller, REFRIES' ART STORE,
S. Main St. 27 S 4th AVE., ANN ARBOR
7HENS_-THEATRE
)NIGHT TOMORROW EVENING
* WED. JAN. 30
Langdoin McCormick's Great 4i
I I Act Comedy Diama
Me and Mother
A Play That Will Live for Eser
Beautiful Scenery,
Superbly Mounted,
G reat Cast
5 5075c I.00Prices: 25, 35: 50, 75c
5 50 75,$10 Seats Now Selling
YTHING NEW EXCEPT THE NAME
- AT-
ROSEY'S
LIARD PARLORS
I GRADE CIGARS, TOBAC'CO AND t'IGARETTES
AND SUCCESSORSQ OUTH
BOLDS ItosENTHALER 312S TREET
'I'UI SANITARY PLUMBING.
~If iiELECTRIC COSTRUCTION AND SUJPPLIE,
I STEAM AND HOT WATE'R HEATING,
igton Sreet. ARTTussC GAS AND ELCTIC FTxURE-
HIGH GRADE MANTELS AND RATES.
headquartera for every thing in the line' of furnishings for
is,
OIL CANS, PHOTO RACKS, SHADES
ITE PAPER BASKETS, CUSPIDORS.
Otuir Prices You Will Alwas Find the Lowest.'

MARK HAM'S BAZAAR..-
N STREET: NEW STATE 'PHONE4B2

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.nn interestcollected and remitted. Act as
Fiscal Agents for and negotiate the issue of -
railroads, street railways, gas companies, etc. We are
Se unties boght and sold on commis~sin
embers New. York Esehange. . students' room
LAMPS,I
D)EAL IN WAS
HIGH-GRADE INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
Gist of current Serineaan+ nt oitepliuon,
PHILADELPHIA CORESPONDBNTS.
GRAHAM, KERR & CO. 215 SOUTH MAIP

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SWEETS TO TH$E SWEET. IF YOU WAN ! TO BE SWEET- SEE BROGAN 110 Sa MAIN'

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