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November 09, 1893 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-09

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Publishesi Daily (1soays excepted) during
the Colletee ear, by
Subscriptioo price r5.55 per year, invariably
in aaree olercopies 5 ents. Sbsrip-
Dions may be let at the otfier at the DAIY,
an Stoffiet', cith any at the editors or
authorized solicitors.
Cmmniatios should reah the ofie by
Tocock P.Mx if they are to appear the net
Jay. Address all matter intended tr publia-
tone to the Mianaging Editor. All bsnes
nomrmnicatins should be sent to the Busi
ness Manager.
Anan Aebor. Xich.
C. A. DNISON, Law '0, Managing Edtor.
H. A. SPADINGt, Lit. '4, Asistnt.
J. L. LORIs, Lit. '5, Asisttt.
AV. N. COuAE, Lit. 'l, Asistot.
F. ALvEist a oe'li, Sbstitstr Asistiant.
J. A. LecsO, Lit. "96, Athletic Editor.
S. W. C sccss, 1v.. Lit., Business Manger.
WM. A. MciOa, Lit. '5, Aslt~lct.
H. 5. tamo , R,'ld . 1 . Hall. '55.
Mis Lolaneas', '-i. ocEDcct..
R. o. Astn,'5. .L lrtnao'1
1F'. I'.dlll,'91i P.1..c i~d l, 11
E . I.lyle, 'V . . D. ll n, '96, .
L. E. Conrad, T5. C .. J etin s, '.li
The Ei d rsdost blad thtmselvs crapon-
sible fte Oiisc . orylel f o r tres
podnts, apearng in tht DILt..
A COMtARISON f stidt' x-
penscs at thc U. of Al., with that
f Vlt and Harvard, givn in a-
other colunin, gies a mot gratify-
ing rcslt in favor of this icatition.
Thc actoal expenses at list U. of
M., arc graly rtduttd by cheap
tuition, making it posilc foy cvty
on, no natt howv linited hi
means, to seccur a liberal education
at this institution. 'Te ininon
at Harvard is given in Sec. 'lBolles'
report as about S±450. Stdnts of
tht U. of H., lae bttn knowni to
sptod less than $S0 during te' col-
lege yeas, and $;450 will keep a t-
idtnt io a very cmfoiiitale Iii i r
thus we sethtetsiinimumn expnse
at Harvard io greater than th aver-
age expense at lst U. of Al. Teses
figres arececrtainly gratifying to U.
of Al. stdents vwhot advantages
art equal to Iliac of otlser stdens
of Harvarid and Yale, or any oler
institution in the country, whr ex-
penses artnuch lighr. Tis is
the result of the U. of Ali. heing
under the protection and manag-
ment of the stat, whirls is th po
plc in aggrgate, with th ain of
educating their sono and daugters,
with no desire to make the Vier
sity a money maing institution.
It seems to us, that high grade
instruction can e furnished ceaper
by the state institution for the rea-
ons given above, than at univeri-
ties under the control of privae,

Stole two Freshmen. allow the Thanksgiving Ddy foot-
The freshman class of Albion col- ball game to hr played this year, on
loge gave a banquet last night, svhicshr assurance from the football man-
was interfered with by sophomores agtmcnt that there is an overwhelm-
anti tipper classen, but the fresh- ing sentiment among the Yale sta-
men were prepared for any contin- dents and graduates against ouch
tisgtncy with heavy clubs and pep- disorder as have occurred after the
per. games in former years, hut on the
The banquet was given in list understanding that no further games
Erosophian Hall, anid as the preol- on Thanksgiving Day, in New York
dent was on his way there he was (City, will he allowed if the result
seized by the sophomores and car- this year shows that these disorders
tied otut of town, as was also the cannot he checked.
master of ceremonies. The two The Final Rouna.
were hound together, tied to trees
and left in the woods, east of the In the final round of the second
city, class singles yesterday only one set
About 50 o'clock they were found was played. The match will he fin-
by the freshmen who had gone to ished this morning at nine and a
look for them and were taken to the half.
banquet somewhat late and nmussed ALrxado.........1a1 0 1 5050 5 5 1-
up. Tilt banquet continued tliia
late hoot to mice up for lost tinse.
Theo Holman Tele-Microscope.

of thse.Acadenmy of NTatutal Sciences,
hlas invented anistrumsent whlichs
he calls list Holnsan tele-nmicro-
scope. It brings the separation be-
tween the shortest range telescope,
about four feet, and the longest
range nmicroscope, about five inches.
The instrument nmagnifies an object
500 times, the powver running frons
two to fifty or niore diameters. As
a medium of teaching science by ob-
ject lessons it is believed it will
prove greatly sperior to list micro-

Horsford's Acid Phosphate
Is the most effective and ;agree-
able remsedy in existence for
preventing indligestion, anod re-
lieving those diseases arising
froll a disordered stole'ich.
Dr. W. WV. Gardner, Springfield,
Mas., says: "I value it as so excelest
preventoative oatindigestio, atnllaapleasant

ad SHORTHAND, 5anfcentc bholding; ntne
tchelargIe Ottendosce; goad discipline;taper-
iorwol; 'well surplied reoding roam; daily lecturets
Satureday eveningreceeptions;l opeo thae.ntireyear
Exceptional faeilities tae plaeing stu.dents is posi-
tions-sbhoadgraduatescguaranteedlthem. Ltelag
exess$2 to $2.75 perrweek in privateamilies.
Foe New Catalogue, address
Time Table takingv effeet Suoday, Nov. 5, 1853.
Trains leasve Aotn Arbar by Central
Standatrd Timle.
7:15a. so. X7:15a. m
4:15 p. m. 9:tc P. m,
*Trains roo between Attn Arbor asd Toledo
Allstrla.sddailv "xcellsSusiday.
R. S.t(iCFFN551100 .As.;Csn5ta A ii rors
Wv Rt licNxssl3'0 .5P.A.'Toldo.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ann Arb.Ssor. Miceh. Capital Sloch, 5$5,000.
Occooied sinderctoe Geneal llnkistsLos
afts 1 lState. l Rscivelepsits, busoy.and
sells exclianigeontbc piteilail sities ofthe
vetted Stases. Drafts.cashsed upo proper
idesntifieation. 5Safety depsost boxes to renti.
OICERS:tt ChitoianaAlacIk, Prert.;W. 0.
Harrimoan,. "ice Pres.; Chase. E.Hstctock, Ca-
shier- M. J. FcttzAsst. (ashier.
J 515S.Oiiit~b iea.Oiwca
tli.a 1lsoii ia i~e~a i a
Ia ~eecte tlci p.escetae
S A] 6 N. OOD iEN, Fa.rwat.bowe Sreo.

scope, for tisat instrumesit canbe acsidlt.tdrtink swhessproerly Idilutedtwith
used by only one iperson. 'rie tele- wate, sod sweetesed."
microscope, projecting all objects Deseriptive paeiliet feesoniappliaet.ionl to
up~on a screen, exhibits the samet to RsumfordChsesuicaliWorks, Providence,...
any numsber of people. It is as a 55cic~lee ii .lsusittes aild 1iadtiso.
universal projector thsat Prof. Hol- For Sale by all Druggists.
msan uses hissstuslent in hlis let-_______________________

ures, givinsg illuistrationls almost isi-
possible to give sih any otihetill-
A Joint Program.
Thlere will be a joint mseeting of
tilt Adelphi and Alipha No' literary
societies, Friday evesing, Nov. so.
The following is the program for"
the evening:
Scenetfrosa Julius. Caesar--------. .---
---------- e'.cs. Ad a sail Eliaa:;ler
Declamaltion. . ..-----------.t.Thlomsa
Msioc------------M ssrs. Gernerad oilslok
DlebatI. i"Resed, Th~at thlepresetrsis
is 'casd Iy uncertasinty conscessing; thse
ne-,r. , I'. 55ileox,I55. It. tymanll.
Msic--------- St'. ors. Clertsiratsd Casok
Yale Faculty on Football.
The following announcement was
made by the Yale Faculty M~onday
evenircg. It has been decided to


$2.50 per year.

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