THE U. OF M. DAILY.'
ORGANIZED 1880. INCORPORATED 186
THE CHEQUAMEGON ORCHESTRA.
LEW H. CLEMENT,
51So.1IsINES . ihretor and Manager.
EXC ELSIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST IIU ON STREET.
Good Work Guaranteed. Goods caled for
and deivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
0, E. Washington Street
22Y ears in1 the Business.e-.
M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE
+nTATS SAVIfG$ BAf2K+
Car. Mail and Washington Streets.
A. L. NoaLE, Pres. MoET PtiLtIPs, Cash'r.
The 3. & 14. prhg Sore
Is the place to buy anything in the Drug line.
Medicnee, Sponges, Brushes, Etc. Ete
G-© TrO _
R. E. JOLLY & Co.'s
When you want a pure box of Fine Chocolate
Candies. Stationery at cost. Cigars, Tobacco,
Cigarettes and the Finest Stock of Pipes in
LADIES' and GENTS' LUNCH ROOM.
R. E. Jolly & Co., 26 S. State St.
DANCING and DELSARTE
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER
46 S. Sanxte Street.
MONDAY-8 p. in. Advanced Class for La-
dies and Gentlemen.
TUESDAY T-p. m. Ladies' delsarte class.
8).iii. Gentletoen'sdancting tins
SATURDA- 10 a. to. Gentle mn n da .ntg
2 p. m. Children's dancing class.
to m.Lades' datctng class.
Privae essons by appottitment
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ann Arbor. Mich. Capsta,,Stock, $50,000.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
tells exchange on the printial niitenof the
United States. DOmfts cashed aeon iiroper
identification. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OFFitERS: Chrtian Mack, Pres.; W. 0.
Harrtma, Vice Pres.; ('hta. . Riscock, Cu-
shlar" M. J. Fritz Asst. Cashier.
U. OF M. CALENDAR.
Tueaday tt. i-7ep.ublictn clubelection, in
bitt lcture ron, at 7:35 p. n.
Fri., Nov. 3-Freshman spread.
Sat, Nov. 4 --Wisconsin vs. Michigan, at Ath-
Fri., Nov. 0-Social in Inland League Series.
Sat., Nov. It--lon. Jerry Simpson, it S. L. A
course. Subiect, "Sonie Recent Changes itt
'Twas a Great (?) Victory.
Speaking editorially of the U. of
M.-Chicago game, the University of
Chicago Weekly says:
i The victory over Ann Arbor meant
much to us. It gave us what we most
need,-a reputation. (?) A moment
has gained many a decisive battle.
One moment gained for the University
of Chicago a glorious victory over one
of the greatest (?) football teams in
the west. It is not certain that Michi-
gan would have made a touchdown
had not time been called. In fact, it
is probable that the gallant Chicago
men, with the desperation born of de-
spair, would have driven the freiedl
Ann Arbor eleven back from their last
stand. But it was not necessary. The
timesas up, andAnnArbor wassbeat-
en. Reputation, encouragement and
spirit all came with the victory. Truly
it was wodlerul." ()
Yale University Statistics.
The following table of statistics
shows the growth of the University
during the past year in its various
departments. The figures for 1892-
93 were taken last year at a some-
what later time than this and the
actual increase is therefore a little
greater than the table shows:
'92-93. '93-94. Gain
Yale College, 970 1,085 118
Scientific School, 497 599 62
Philos. and the Arts, 105 127 22
Law School, 160 184 15
Medical Scool, 74 77 3
Theological School, 110 113 3
Fine Art School, 31 31 0
Total, 1,956 2,170 223
Frank W. Fletcher, lit '75, newly
elected member of Board of Regents,
was in town Saturday.
T. L. Bolton, lit '89, who has a
fellowship at Clark University, Wor-
cester, Mass., is visiting old friends.
All S. C. A. dues should be paid
by Nov. st, and thus save the
treasurer the inconvenience of call-
ing upon you.
The Microscopical Society which
is being organized by Dr. Huber
will hold its first meeting in the
Historical Laboratory, Tuesday,
Oct. 31, at 7:30 p. m.
The executive board and its sub-
committees will meet in Room 24,
Friday, Nov. 3, at 5 p. m., to re-
port on the work of canvassing.
GERTRUDE BUCK, Pres.
The University of Wisconsin has
a course in singing college songs.
The course is said to be very popu-
Mr. James Gordon Bennett, pro-
prietor of the New York Herald,
has offered Harvard University the
sum of $t,ooo for establishing a
prize to encourage journalism.
U. of M. Republican Club.
A meeting of the club will be
held in the lecture room this
evening at 7:30.
Important business before the
club. The office of vice-president
to be filled.
Speeches will be made by a Mis-
souri Republican legislator, S. G.
Long, and other well known stu-
Let every one be present.
GEo. W. FULLER,
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
The ttlatrons of the city of Ann Ar-
bor t. .. been treated to a series of
tiovel entertainments, consistingchief-
ly of performances that appeal more to
the eye and ear than to the intelli-
gence. In order to satisfy a desire
that comes to every well-balanced
mind for something of a higher intel-
lectual order, the management an-
nounce, with a feeling of pride, the
forthcoming engagement of Mr.
Walker Whiteside, the tragedian; who,
in conjunction with his supporting
company, and the necessary adjuncts
that go so far to constitute a series of
finished performances. The bright
particular star of the organization,
Mr. Whiteside, through his admirable
performances in the states, lion won
the right to be ranked among the most
brilliant exponents of classic plays of
this century. Armed with the testi-
monials of some of the most brilliant
reviewers and critics in America, Mr.
Whiteside will appeal to the intelli-
gence and intellectuality of the pat-
rons of the Opera House. During his
engagement, which occurs Nov. 3d, he
will present Hamlet in a manner befit-
ting the taste of his auditors. There
seems to be no doubt of his ability to
thoroughly satisfy a most exacting
public; not by the stereotyped methods
so usually employed, but a conscien-
tiott deviation from that adopted by
Students wishing typewriting done
call at J. R. Bach's law office, 16 L.
Huron street. Best rates.
Do you wish to rent your rooms?
Why don't you insert a line or two in
our octa1 commi for a few days?
More roomaveo hbeen rented thronigs
the DAILY than through any other
medium, for the DAILY practically
falls into every student's hands.
=Notten inserted in this column at the rate
of 5 cena per tine. Special rates for longer
time, and extra lines furninhed by applying at
the DA1LY olie.l
Go to the J. T. Jacob's Co. and get
your underwear. They have the
largest and best assorted line in the
FOR RENT.-One single room and
very pleasant Iront suite. South and
west exposure. Firsatetheat, and
lighted. 23'; Willianms teet. 2t
To RENT-One front suite, one large
single room, furnace, bath, closet.
It 38 Monroe st.
Pleasant Suit of Rooms-Alcove fur-
nace heat, toght, stationary wash-bowl.
24-30 25 E. Jefferson Street.
To RENT-A suite of rooms, lower
floor, for three; or each room separate-
ly; rates reasonable. 27 Church street.
All neckwear at half price, good
patterns. E. A. Wallace &0 Co.
A cut in prices of banjos and man-
dolins this week at State street Music
Full Dress Coats and Vests, good
styles, at $8.75. E. A. Wallace & Co.
ATTENTION.-Do you think of buy-
ing a type-writer this year Then call
at the DAILY office if you wish one be-
See the $1.00 Underwear we are sell-
ing at 57c. E. A. Wallace & Co.
Baths 10e at P. o. Barber Shop.
Ladies' and children's hair-cutting and
shampooing at Jerome A. Freeman's.
Four Dollar Underwear at $2.25 now
at E. A. Wallace & Co.'s.
Seniors in all uepartments are enti-
tled to senior rates on photographic
work at A. IV. Colis', Studio, No. 6
Huron st. M-W-F-2w
Fine Umbrellas cheap-only a few
left. E. A. Wallace & Co.
STUDENTS, ATTENTION. - Every
Tuesday Mr. A. E. Rose will be at the
Cook louse with a complete line of
samples of Fall and Winter Woolens
from the Golden Eagle, of Detroit. An
invitation is extended to all to inspect
the line, which is one of the largest in
the State. If you need anything in
the line, it will pay you to investigate.
Jaros Underwear, $2.50 quality, now
$1.50. E. A. Wallace & Co.
FOR RENT.-Front suite, with light,
heat and bath. 23 Thompson street.
Unlaundried Shirts. 75c quality, now
43c. E. A. Wallace & Co.
BRACE Ut with a good pair of shoul-
der braces. A large stock at low prices
at Brown's Drug Store. A few shop
worn braces at 50c.
Knox Hats-regular price, $5.00-
now $2.50. E. A. Wallace & Co.
For sale, Good Victor Safety. $90.
O. E. Butterfield, 41 Catherine street.
All stiff Hats at one-half price, at
E. A. Wallace & Co.'s.
Have you been to Hazlewood's Bil-
liard Hallyet? Everythingnicepleas-
ant and quiet; no boisterousness.
Baek Hose, 25c quality, now 17e.
E. A. Walatce & Co.
Seniors in all departments are en-
titled to senior rates on photographic
work at Etandall's.
Lots of White and fancy-bordered
Handherchiefs at 6c. E. A. Wallace
Go to BROwN'S DRtUG StoRE for all
Laboratory supplies. Dissecting cases,
aprons and sleeves.-Low Prices.
Choice Tobacco, Cigars and Pipes at
Sheldon's Biliard Hall, No. 3 North
Main street. 1-7
A big line of Fine Neckwear at 19c.
E. A. Wallace & Co.
Ann Arbor Dye Works at 3 West
Huron street- Special attentiongiven
to cleaning and repairing suits. Have
your light suits dyed. 1-7
All canes will be sol at one-third
regular price. E. A. Wallece & Co.
New Laundry. Try us for the best
work you ever saw. Work done in
eight hours no extra charge. Office, 10
E. Huron street. Works 47-51 W.
Huron. Telephone 83.
Pertin best P. K. Kid Gloves,. $1.75
now. E. A. Wallace & Co.
tTime Table (Revised) Sept. 24th, 1893.
M ail..........4 27 Mal. ............. 926
D xrso... 5305Doy Express...0819
N.3. LGm"ted 5Ei .
N.Lmt 0. 18 N. S. Limited.d954
N. Y. Limited.. 9 45 P. M.
N. Falls Special...1112 ChicagoExpress.. 155
N. Y. & Chi. Lim..12 31 G. R. & Kal. Exp.. 6 08
A. M. Cli. N.Express... 850
Atlantic Express. 5 SDPacific Express...10 20
D. N. Expresi....(640
0. R. Saprets..10 4d
OW. RnUGLS, H. w. HAvES,
G. P. & T. Agt, Chicago. Ag., Ann Arbor.
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
Student Work a Specialty-
Best workmen and Lowest Prices in the City.
CLASSES IN DANCING will meet as
follows Gentlnmen, Saturday mornings 10
and Thursday eveningsa :00; Ladies, Saturday
afternoons 4. Ladies and Gentlemen, ad-
vanced class, Tuesday evenings 8. Ground
,oor. 6 Maynard street. Tuition. oteieterm
twelve weeks) $5. Pupils receved at any