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THE U. OF M. DAILY.________

ORGAIZE 180. NCORORAED 886 U. OF M. CALENDAR.
THE CHEI7UANEGON ORCHESTRA. _
LEW H. (1.EMEN'1', Fi., Nov. 1?-Seria h loo l~d Jeague 'eries..
51t So. MALSr S. Dir ec-tor snd Macoger. Pet. Nov. 10.-S. C. A. reeption to the Law
stutdents.at Newbery llol,S8p. M.
E XC]ELSIO0R LAUNVDRY Sat. Nov. 1.-Senior Literary eection. 2 p. am.
0NHAct'IIUURON ORE '. IRooto A.
Good Werk Guorateed. Goods rolled for Sat. Nov. 11,-Jonior Loaw election.
andi delivred. A. F. (OVERT, Prop. Sat., Nov. 1-itto Jerry Simtpsont, int i. L. A
° torts. Sul)tect, "Sooty RecettChalooe- ill
22 IsearS iin the gBusine4.' Agitcu-ltutrt.'
CITY LAUNDRY, Sun.Nttv. t2. Chatteltserricerat 0;15 a.,am.
suject,"Thse Salv-atissnsArmsy.
M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave- Thurs. Nov. iL.-First Citoral Utioancnertl.
KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE ----____P
+$TATC $AVLP2G$ BAI2K+ They Will be Fine.
Use. Main and tWashington Strsets. (otne rmfrtpn.
A. L. NOBLE, Preso. Roisir PHILAPSar'tsh'r. oitndtrtEsipg)
uponl herself; she must hear all the
The j3= & Mt. prhg Syore good music she could and study
1,3the place to tsuy anytiing'is thtc Drag line.
Mediciane, Spongcs, Brushtes, Etc. Etc. night and day. She has followed
GO T this advice. At the first of the
31. E. JOLLY & Go.s Ithilharmonic concerts of the season
Whett yoauwatt a pture iboxof Fine Cthoeslate of 1885-86, Miss Ptowell, then
Candtes. ttiontttty attcot. ('gas,-.Tohbetc seeoyar
Uiarettesad thitesa-t Stock of Pipes in sevente er old, played the
thts lsty.' Bruch concerto. Her success was
LADIES' and GENTS' LUNCH^ ROOMV.
R. E. Jolly & Co., 26 S. State St. itmtnediate, and she was compli-
nmented especially by the profes-!
D AN CI NG and D ELS ART E siotial musticiatns whlo heard her
M, A.NNIE A D FOSTER play. It has tofteti beetn said titat
46 S. State Street. Xl slPoiell plays like a mtati, atit
OiON)i- 8p. mo Advancet Itts fot Las
diadtt ottlI tts to shte has a certaitn strenthltanti
p. -tm. -tt ett - t ei-toCtlasst. ipower chiefly tnoted in tmen players;
SATItti ' lt tt. ttt. tGeteen'acttotiotia
*iss neverthecless, slte possesses tender-
4Da tll. tLame daningttets s" ness attd poetry in a mtarked degree;
Privatie le-sots .io appoittmtentt.
and it is thil happy combination,

.AXJGHIGAN GENTI AL
3 : tt ltt N ESeT 51
0..RtiR.eeA-. M.
N . . kCmAted. tet.'t: A-5, AtsssA.lttt
THFlISEciANN AR1BChca:OExAreUs.15
P.YR&iTLIN-!1G. and Ep. 60
A. PUBISHING;xr~s. 85
THRANNQARS.R -G
CLASSESINGDANIG tit sseta
andt TWttrktettyndLoeste0Pr; iesntedty
adThud eay-.evsein e:retties, S.atrast
floose. G tminasstttreott. raiils. otte term
twelve saeeks)i$5.Puspils recetivetd at asy
tiate.
SU1ISCIt tTIINS PFOR
THE l"iDAILY
A4 Ft CttMtNt sLs eFsec.
$2.50,p er year.

togetiter witit no entd of the hardest
kind of work, that has tplacedt her
at the bead of women violinists.
The tickets can be obtainetd at
music stores, at Calkin's tdrug
store, Moore and Westroores and at
the office of the School of Music
(Maynard St.). Price $2.
Second Eleven at Albion.
'Varsity secontd eleven, ttnder the
charge of Capt. Cadwveli, ciiiide-
scend upon Albion to-morrow, 17
strong, to take the Aibion team into
camp. The teato wiii probably be:
-Cadwell, Parker, ItIadden, Evans,
Murbacht, Neal, Rice, Crozier,
B~ourland, LeRoy, .taul. As sutb-
stitotes there wiii be:-lKeep, Drttm-
helter, Atler, Mitchiell, Rudel.
At St. Andrew's.
On the three remainitig Sunday
evenings of November, tite Rev. I1.
M. Duff lxii speak in St. Andrews'
Churcit on 'The G~osptel in Early
Years: Its leadisg 1'reachiers as
Men and her Workers." 'The sttb-
ject soul be presented in the follow-
ing order : Nov. to, "The Apostolic
Companions," - Blarnabas, Tim-
othty. Titus and Apollo ; 'Men of
lilke passions with you,'' Acts. 14-
05. Nov. 19g, "The Apostolic Pit-
pits,' '-Clement, Ignatius, Plycarp,
Papias,-'"Remember ye the words
which have been spoken before by
the Apostles of otir Lord Jesus
Christ.'' St. Jude, verse 17. Nov.
,,6, ''The Defender of the Faith,''
-Justin Martyr, Aristides, Irena-
ess,-" We did not follow cunning-
ly devised fables.'' it St. Peter,.
iii.

On the Sunday evenings in De-
cember, the Rev. Henry Tatock
will speak tpon a subject to be an-
nounced later.
They Need Money.
'Te football teatm of te Uni-
versity of Wisconsin is in financial
straits. The fund devoted to that
branch is such, ut in name. Their
cupboard is very bare. Active.
measures are about to be taken to
make good the large deficiency.
Every sudent in the university
will he visited and asked to sub-
scribe. In addition, the city will
be divided into districts and thor-
oughy canvassed. Success will ro
doubt attend the efforts of the cor-
mittees, as Wisconsin has a winning
teatti.
Haers Indicted.
'The troutile at Princeton over tlic
hazintg of certaitn freshtten by Spht-
ottores, is not yet at a11etd, irt fact,
the motti seriotusipart of it seems to
be jt. beginning. Those engaged
in the;ihazitg of freshman Leopold
hace been itdicted and fle prose-
cuting attorney hreatens to arrest
those who fai to appear. Btoth the
freshman and sophomore class have
protested and "resouted'' but to
no avail. 'The lacy will take its
course, though the punishment wilt
probably not be extreme.
In addition the faculty are pe-
paring a series of penalties for ha-
lug, including the expulsion of the
individua offender and the taking
away from the class, of alt leaves of
absence and ipermission to engage
in Atholetics.
J UNIVERSITY NOTES.
'iTe rttgby game between the
senior civil ergineers atd mecani-
cat engineers, for Saturday next, has
been declared off.
Engraved on hi scuffs
Were the Furies and Fates,
And a delicate map of the Dorian
states,
And they found in his patin, whicit
were holow,
'What is fretqtent in palms-that is,
sates. -University.
Catndidates for the freshmen glee
club were exanined last evening
in oonm 24.
INTER-COLLEGIATE.
Through the non-appearance of
her opponents Yale has been disap.
pointed in four schedued games
titis year.
'rhis year the newv rule in the
Harvard law school requiring en-
trance examinations from all except
certain specified colleges goes into
effect. The resut is at once seen

in this years statistiscs. 'rhere has
been a falliitg off of forty-nine, p-
psosed to~ a gain last year of thirty-
one. 'The attendance is 345 to 394.
T1he college yell s a purely Ameri-
can invention and is unknown in
other countries. In England the
students simply cheer or scream the
name of their college or university,
no attempt is made at a rythmical
measured yell as in this country.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Joe Murphy has retired loaded down
wits laurels and waelth; poor Billy
Sanlan is a lsved nmemory of the past
and in titeir ple has risn an Irish
comedian st-Io bido fair to occupy a
proud position inthtte stein of our
theatre goers. We tltde to Engene
Otouirke. ati excelentt omedian,
siger stndidatncer, woito o iishortly
Wickttl'otettostman
Nowts:that V -. J. Sc~taanis a msem~ory
ill the lias st tudtah tI' 'tttpiy htas
retied, tt s-srit is anthie pic t h
ielstre Etgsttt.(.3 Ii-rke to le te
coinligIlishi-oft edsiant. Itoe sitt
siiotly lbesent ibttoe(rlich Oerts
hosuse it hs il 1155 ply, 'TbeWicow
Ptostmonl tiNots. 14.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
fNtiees inssetet istisitcolumtn at te rats
at 5 comatsperlile.spcitttrats foe longer
tisme, tand eatess lises toensoled by appyigat
the DAILY otfss.5
1o1rttENT---Desirabhle rotms in miot-
ertn house at 25. 5S. Fitih Ave. 56-37
(Gosh botrsi at $2011 a sweek. Aso
nicely furiniised rotis chetap. 8 North
State stret. 33-8
Htave yosurphtls tkien atitanl~ltiis
before the rshof siCUlrittmtas.
Choice Tsobaceo Cigars tttd Pipest
Sheldoin's BillirditHtll, N. 5Nortt
Maia street- 1-7
AT--1-IINro'.-Dts yoisuttikitfbty-
lug ia types-riter tis yer 'hilen tll
lt thte DAIotfiteeif tousshioneO e-
low- cot.
See Scitietl's essSwsan LitnettTtsb-
et.'ITey ate Ilcth e etetsttslbet ii
thts city. b0 S. Stati' St.
Fouintain51fes asp~e ilty at Sel-
ieedle's, 350 . State 0.
"Whiere-. Ci ytutget (htinl~t?"-
att
'The J.. .. JacstsC.omplay
Yost ave yousr choice of $2, 52.50 and
$3 Bast, sdispltyed itsltieir wintosv,
for $1 .701 this week sunly. Every' pur-
echaser gets a ikey.
BRACE tU siths a goodiltdof shiol-
der brases. A ilarge stock at io prices
st lBrsowt'o Drusg Store. A fewshilop
wtortsbrasess st f50.
Seiiors itt tslsdepartmietts tire etti-
t'd hootsisrrliltes 0tn phitosgrphtici
-sork at A. XW. Cris', Stssio, Nt. 0
1111t-0i1 t. vId-XV F 2w
For sle. Gttid Vitor Safety. $90.
0. E. Busttet-field, 41 Castierie street.
194
Hasve yott beets to Iltslewoos lI-
hiard Hldiyet? Es-rytliiignIie, pleas-
ant aindlqiset; Isis0fboisterouslness.
GO o ti1hiRstsW ' tltSOsiE fortll
:Lahorsttvsussipies. hDisetiig ases,
apons iandtusleeves.--toin Prices.
Ann Artsor D)ye Workos at 3 West
Hturoi stsreet Special attentiiotn givei
to cean-ssitg tttttreatiritg sits. have
yourilgit sutl.syes. 1-7
Newv L tusly. Try its for he best
work yoever saw. Worksline it
O~iglhthoturs no extraharge. Olice, 1'.
E.It 'llionsstreet. Works 475t1 W.
IHuron. 'T'lephoneliC8.

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