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October 04, 1900 - Image 2

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-~THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published0Daily(Mondayseeptedduringite
College year, at
THlE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN
'MAIN OFCEo BRANCH OFFItCE
A rgus Bldg, 3Main St. 336 S. Stale Street.
Both 'Phontes 13. Newt State 'Phonie 182.
MANAGING EDITOR,
0. H. HAsS, '01
BUSINESS MANAGER,
F'. ENGitEHARD, '0i1 L
EDITORS:
ATHLETICS, - G. D. BlUDNttivr '1
A.BH. McDouGAI.'01lI. W. A . KNtIGHT, '01 L.
Miss L. K. SAtItats'53 CHtso. DvoRiAK '01
H. H; WsOieOW, '04
The subttcriptionu 1price of the DILY is $2.500
for the college -ear,it a regular delivery
beftore noont eachtda. Notices, cmuia
tttns, anth stermtter initedetdtor putblica-
tien utIbeihiantedintttheSt DAIY office
before 8ttit., iorumailedlto theedittottbeforte3
they are expectetd to aper
Subscripttios m..tay be itft at thle DAltLa tfice,
Meyer's, or Stofete wsado wt
Butitnest Maniager. Sutbscritbetastwitlutonfera
favor by reptotitng tromtptly at this tttbtce aty
tiltureaofcaierts tliver papter.
Al hantges intt testtetlg mttetr must beint
tthehfieeby 3 p. m.o.nt tt tse aylrevis toitthat

and iftbilly tetoiis for fthem to tmake
iteore substantial expressioli itt that
seihtiniut't-tlte opportunity for whith
sall cante fontoti'oaa night.
Itthas statnttecustona1t t 3iclligan
,f late yettra ttr the lower elas-snen to
cm vinl whit is known ats tite "an-
ottal f.G1 rush" during ftile opeflhleg
Asel tof stittiaol. Th1e event is one that
i-attts's conisitleratd'e excitemnent for
tost' whotiparticipate 1an11das inth
ttlttseiltnt for the miany stsectattoro on
the sitde lineis, but there is +a nore sell-
ails plhase of tile sort Itat shouldIto
conisideret'. On several occaoions sti-
low"'s have bteeii injturetl, if not ifatally,
yet tquite serionsly, ant itheretirettlways
piresenlt 'ollites for aiil occideint. As
these 'rulshes' hayvetteeii contducted iii
thei' 11st 111ey have t-lliotited to noth-
ptnllitig, hit-king,stialinig anil l ree-foi'-
.ill mlx-tipt, wiili-the freslneit 1toiiii-
tinily iiil teftt' grotiiitl itl aiete
udtantger is lte titkest. 1Tue practice is
a lmtst ttititrotitstint..Thte atithoora-
tits if the Uivstasity caitnottuindu-ill
iloaniig11"t-te t alilt1st lior sutptemaitcy be-
ivtt-lilie litser i-lasses iii a way that

STIN-BLOCK ICLOTHING
N1OTHiING NOBBIEK 2K NEATER
1 This make of clothinlg is con-
fined to us in this town, and is the
swell est 'tailors' creations foi Fall
wear.
- Suits- $1S.oo to 25.00.
f 1 overcoats, $16 to 3o.
I U INDENSCHfI ITT
i ~& A PFEL
Nobody is in it with us. We haveDeoaeyuromwt
WHN gtsa regulair cinch on the
IT $3.50 and 4.00 Pictures from
COMES MEN'S SHOE[S efi j
TO Cell atid tee thiem. No trouble De.6.. "
MEN'S to shotw the shoet. :ART O
SHOES GEO. Hi. MILL ER,$' R ,

Totit-ot- viliigii" ililli s- 1 t stjoitnittilai~ !1et 212 J jv.ihkI . 117Sut tJAeu
111o i C Ei'I321 th atheti mal tat-li i-ass ii a. teg ttlarnieeting- l litk[ 1 o th 4 h A e u
s tttit'iliitk t',Is, .i l1l iall uon its hltos-to-lie fot'a ii lu-tf-wvar leaii h trnsfrO~ upral t Idi Ilfdzn wetcr t e
nig9h't Iho'aseli lto lipou t(,ol hatu s t t tenloitthit 133 set far thee toilti sttdec-
I lit at ii-1yt3-iis llt''tssi' 't1oleathemIttiout -inttathe Aeaa iir fod ofgtfrthiclatssgitid DEAN' -I. SABOT, lessee aud ]FMg)'.
la ilell 'llta-itl atti eas ltioiti-,tttntdtlet 'he tudet bod eter ONE WEEK COMMENCING IMONDIAY, OCTOBER IS!.
NNlilirelesoft-tIi t'r -Ito ff ti rl y b theo - ao dt o:til's. aud th i ctt'ta r1 s ef till
diioisofwe'ierru OT irirlyth =; ncs.Itis cel11 '11es liii' hN~ -1A Revelation in Repertoire.
dtl11bieeti ~t'stdtt'l i ritigltOitey tarett itt"tt d st itsair3 atttneltie jobn IL 1 ilmdlI i miper a1 Shock iCompanu
ito I ts'e ttesury3; lith ltt'tl t'5 1h0ts" thirst 'for ;Og o ustld Ab te tiiei.
'Vt't asirt'.10volitttoft. Theelit' gt'uttt Opening Monday Night with the Greatest
Iss 'of hits toittti'wasswhetn Illittuis Wadhanas, Ryan & Iteule are sole o l b ~~
etinte for ttt lil~nc, lllllhmp3on-agents for Ypsilanti underwaear. o l abor laty..
shit ciii if tour se'ries'and111ittiiled sot - - __________________
toacl lshit o attltcou'yl eI ade The Lost IIa .Iadise
Vuiseitsin : "intttt at taran tittil iils, Tuesday Night--NORTHERN LIGHTS.
auihhaditibeein' t uxptt'ttl t -t'1Wednesday, Night-IN THE HEART OF THE STORM.
Thursday Night-THE VICTORIAN CROSS.
tittnty tittlir. Iiilit'e liteIt''IItit Friday Night-DR. JEKYL AND MiR. HYDE.
arork ottr tai t on tly sot teWe st- y m l Saturday Night-LOST IN NEW YORK.
itterint litol-!-it..t-t c.atltiotl'.ittIn1dt CI l I'P t'S' All New and Special Scenery: Enlarged Orchestra at
til' ltttlttt''i si I Ni I I tit ttt ~J3 li LI I1~J.1.JLIEvery Performance:
hlelt. Nttttt'of tlhte meeltes a tt'tt ON SALE SATURDAY 31I TitCs--veui0e , 20ec, 30C. Matinee 10c smit 20e. Lathes' Free
monyihtt3' tt~ors, btt-I tll(,'eay exise Pst iekets Mondiay Night, Sale of seats opeits Friday, Sept, 28 at Hitaler's jewel-
hth'ii.ltlt the 'si-tis1 Tihl e are
biriefBl-, I'tirasituts wh1r1 1 _ _ _ _ R O S E Y S
-t iiii..t ddedul tt this, 1oitte s THE OLD ttRELIAB3LE STUDIENTS' htEADQU '.RTERS
godve .tee ntont I il Lectures BILLIARD 0( i ETI~i- ll ~t.t' afl f ARLOR
hris sethe ft-al l elts i e 0h Printed lectures for all depart- REMODELED, REFITTED, EVEIRYTING NEW.
stork astill fiuthetuIntutf 'o I ca ensof the University. TypeBRNWC BAK LEDRTBES
utuoue t:Ie 's intl- h ~ in iet ,bt writing and Mimeographing. BUNW WKIT H OLINE ALS
tulsit, thl'3eythuuutsbut set- t r i EDWARDS BROS. THE oNLY 1' ON 'T IOF
too ~ u1 ititteltrit-tfitr tilt'!wet crs 5OerSehan'a) State SretGE NUiNEiI: ( C j p j ' !1iUN DECEIV ED
tf <4 che to teNtll hi e Sit c1I,. I GHGRADE ------
fle ere ~sso'bus n ite-Redmond, Kerr & Go,, Ta o, CQITE
csfuduighsIlof<wektitC 9 JShis abtsiteceis kotiuly felt, antithu ohBANKERS, -.T 0 00 1 4J rE
Talcott is eluteavo-riug to cattry on uthi' 41 Wall Street, New York DAlILY BULLETINS 0F ALL SPORTING EVENTS
ivork of Bt'rgcu, flue lneeduofitt ttierR , ~ S.t~sosO T
us-ssalt i La stitlttelt tui ~rTiausact a general hanking husiness. ID AND'
ttossible for thue footuball teatti uuti and interest collected and rmitted. Ant as ROENTHALRTATE'
aouldnietiot1bhrngMr. Biergeni huttk Fisetal Agents fur and negotiate the issue of ________N__________________________________________
for ft'e reuuutuiuuthrtof ft'e seu2sut. Thu' rairuads, streot railwasn, its comtpaies, ec L M I
ituatter rcsolvstselt-f siutuily ito the Securties bought said sold un comist' on. QIU U SANITARYPL M ING
ulle~iu o aletue letusutitin Meumhers New York Exchange. J' Fu SCUHLCTRI~iC CO\sTRUCTION AND SUPPLIESi,
1De liiu it 'iuus f tuthurOahern in High-Grade Invealstent Seesri- SrAfAD ixWTR IAuO
canafford111.fhtxeneoI hr tifea. [ist of surrent offerings sent on appuli- 207 E. Washington Street. ARtTISSIC GAS AND I) tinTRI.Fax-TUhtoS.
cocl r o..ldthis clu ~tit C11ratiun. Philadelhiha Correupondente, Gra- HI10H GRADE MANTELS AND ORATES.
his aunswaereod only by1u he- I le s - h tam, Kerr & Cs, I,___________________________________________
lhhiOrosy mugiut ,t theflit'utts tuettinIf We are headqnarters for everythintg in the line of furniahings for
flit' :anusiint df tilt suhus"lt- bum is sumh YUWILFNDYUREE students' rooms,
u's to avturaifit this esil-nu~ittire 31r. A getaltep in studying and yoouawilfindeour LAMPS OIL CANS, PHOTO RACKS, SHADES,
matehi lighting GASOLINE LAMPS a WASTE PtAPER BASKETS, CUSPIDORS.
Bergen arill retnrn thue 3th iof f-lie great help ite your eyes. Manufactured byx
iuioiith to reluaiiu thtrotught'the seauson. h Our Prices You Wat~ll Always Find the. Lowest.
The Superior M fg. Co., BAZAAR,
't'her'e is 110 doubt of the seuttimuent ex- a28 S. Main St., near Williams. MA RK HAM'&S BA AR
loing in huts fttvor sitlt hue studet'ns, Wholesale adretail dealers in Mantles 215 SOUTH MAIN' STREET. E TT POE42
____________________________S des, Chiutneys and Supphies.,;E TT 'HN 6f
SWEETS. TO THE SW EET. IF YOU W ANT TO BE SWEET- SEE BROGAN' l10DS, MAID4

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