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November 15, 1893 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE CHEQUAMEGON ORCHESTRA.
LEW H. CLEMENT,
51 SO. MAUIn ST. Director sod :Manases.
3E XCELSIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST IHURON STREET.
Good Work Guaranteed. Goods Baoled for
aod delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
22 Years in the BusIaess.'
CITY LAUNDRY,
M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE
+$TATC $AVIP2G$ BAflK+
Cor. Main and Washington Strrets.
A. L. NOBLE, Pros. ROBERT PsiLLIro8, Cash'r.
The 13. & Pt. prkig Store
Ii the place to bony anything io tihe Drog line.
Medicines, Sponigeo, Braulies, Etc. Etc.
R~. E. JOLLY &t Co.'s
Wheo youowanit a strtits-x of Fine Chocolate
Candies. Statiosnrry at cost. Cig-as, Toacson,
Cigarettes and theo Finest Stotk of Pipes ins
theo City.
LADIES' and GENTE' LUNCH ROOMT.
R. E. Jolly & Co., 26 S. State St.
DANCING and DELSARTE
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER
46 S. State !street.
MONDAY-sp. 0 AvacedClsstiti L-
diesind title e
'pt. Genztlees tf-laing clss,
SATtMI'RDAN -t ti. tn. Gentlsmnsd ni
2Spits. Childen'stdtcigsla.
PrivatleIssons bty appositmteitt.

U. OF M. CALENDAR.
Thues. Nov. sW.-First ChliUttion concert
Ftri., Nosv. 17-Meetittg of Prohibition flab int
Lasw Lectureisomst 7:30 p.
Fti., Noe. 1U-Thorn. Nttv. 13-Addresses by
Rev. Watlter FEliott, in Newbhery Hail.
ESt., Nov. 18.-Gamneswith Northwesten. Ath-
letic Field.
Sat., Nov. IS.-Lecture by JohinTenmple Grasves,
S. L. A. Course.
Debating in the East.
O Saturday, arrangements were
completed for debates betwecen Yale,
Harvard and Princeton. Harvard
will debate with Yale at Cambridge
about Jan. 20, 1894, and with
Princeton at Princeton about March
20. Yale and Princeton will de-
bate at New Haven about May io.
Thun each college will have one de-
btate at home and one abroad.
'The arrangements provide for
three spcakers on a sitde. The
qluestiona wili he subiinittd bytyhe
hotme univcrsity antI the negative or
affhrtaatis->e sicie will be chosen by
the sisiting uiv-ersity. The hotme
societs- wiii alsoreconmntd six
judtiges fromt which the vsmiting no-
ciety sell seiect three.
Yale Football Team.
True age, hcight andr weight of each
member of the team that Yale will
line up against Harvard a week from
next Saturdayand against Princcton
on Thanksgiving day, are given be-
loon,'tackle and quarter-back are
not yet fully settled on, so the fig-
ores of the prominent candidates
for thsose places are included:
-Ae. tico-ht. 0Weight.

room instruction. The paper on
Classics was read by Prof. Seymour,
of Yale; Prof. Winchester, of WVes-
leyan, who delivered a lecture in
Amherst last winter, gave a paper
on English; the Physics paper was
read by Prof. Dolbar, of Tufts; and
Prof. Olds, of Amherst, read the
paper on Mathematics. This Asso-
ciation has been a great power in
shaping the attitude of the colleges
toward athletics. The influence of
the meetings in very widely felt
throughout the country-Amherst
Student.
INTER-COLLEGIATE.
Princeton will play West Point
next Saturday.
Smith college is about to issue a
paper that wiii contain no advertise-
ments.
Fine of the Exeter elevn and six
of the Andover eleeni will enter
Vale et year.
Dartmouth, by dfeaing Amhlerst
last S itrday, won the New Eng-
land i .ter-collegiate football chain-
pionship.
At Bowdcoin a neon ar building
is nearing completion and a scien-
tific building is in process of con-
struction.
Wesleyan's new $fo,ooo gymna-
sium is expected to be ready for use
next fall. 'rheir old building will
be devoted to the use of the foot-
ball team.
The traditional college fencett
at Yale, which was renoved to give
place to Vanierbilt hal, is to be
rebuilt, at the request of the under-
graduates.
Mr. Deland, the inventor of flhe
flying wedge, first usedl by Harvard
ansI later adopetd all over the
country, has devised a number of
new tricks which H1arvard will try
to work on Yale in their coming
game.
Football its California wilt not
enti for the season wih the Thanks-
giving- day game between Berkeley
and Lelantd Stanford. The atter
club has a game arranged for Christ-
man day witha the Seattle Athletic
clb at Seattle, anti another for
New Year's day with the Porland
Athletic club, at Portland.
Although the caalogue is not
made out yet it is comuted that
there are abosut one hundred more
students in fle University than last
year. This is not a very good in-
increase, but it is owing to the fact
that fle medical course has ben ex-
tended to four yars and this year's
Freshman nmedical class was sinsll
compared to tha of last year-U.
of P. Courier.

Oratorical Asnociation.
The executive board and the vari-
ous sub-committees of the Oratori-
cat Association wil meet in Room
at at 5 o'clock sharp. Thursday,
Nov. i6, to report on fleoork of
canvassing.
GFRTRUDE BUC,
President.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
"JOSHOUA SalvsINs."
A play of realistic rural harter
entitled "Joshua Simpkins" will be
predueed at the Grand Opera Iouse,
November 17. The piece is said to
have plenty of life anti vigor in it, and
an ample supply of wholestme fun and
laughter. 'The story told is of the
rursal variety and is said to be very
similar to the "Old Homoestead."
Whiein we say there is a real saw mill
shown os the staige, with a real four-
foot circular osaw. protucing real saw-
tdust, and tilon11 of the ciaraters is
bttuind 01n a5lg oontl traggei to withiii
iii inich or two of its glitteritg teeth,
oe hane 'ilitieuog-h to arootse the un-
tenisoemcititsiof iinteindiig visitors.
A specially lioetrclestra is etrriedt ha
ttie compiany siticli gives a vaity of
tdescriptive slections,, inicltttig all toe
latest muissiclsinubers out. 'lhe bnld
wiii parade the princfipal streets about
11001.
BUMIN EES LOCALM.
The J. T. Jaobs Co. booe reeived a
fine line of nekear-the very latest.
Halve yotr photos taken at lisidat's
biefore the shl of Christmas.
Towo newa-y furnished front suites of
rooms, furnaceeheat ad oil, very
cheap. Also god board oat $2.0 per
week. 37 S. tiigall.
Choice Tobaeco, Cigars and Pipes at
Sheldon's Billiard Hal, No. 3 North
Main street. 17
Very desiroabe rooms, well heated,
bath, reasnaosle prices. 58 E. Hutroo.
40-4
A lIENTutiN-DOoo thinlk tifbuy-
ilig ontype-writer this yeiln Teno call
t the BaiLY tsffie if yoti oisioe be-
lowv cost.
See Shlseealonw Swan LiiesTaf-
lets. 'Tteyre te eatest ad best ii
thic city. all S. Sate st.
Fouintainl Penss a specialty at Se-
tet-ie's, 511 . State st.
"Where, dit yon get thoat Ht?"
at
'Te J. T..Jacosbs C opaty
Youi have your choice of $2, 62.501 and
$3 bas, dispayed iii their window,-
for $1.79 this weekicosly. Every pur-
chasser ges atcty.
BR5ACIEci' owithi asgoot pair of sotutl-
der braces. A larg stttck at lowpries
at Browns1Drug Store. A few shop
worns braces at o.
lorsa ole, (IGod Victtr Safety. $90.
O E. Butterfield, 41 Cterine street.
19-43
Havse yosu bein to Ialewooot's Bil-
liard Bal yot? Eerthiing ice, ilea-
ant anidqthet; no boisteroousness.
Go to lBiOttsN'S DBisrOSo -sowfor all
Laboratory sspplies. Dissetisg cses,
aprons aioiiseeves.-Lowie.a
Ansn Arbtor Dye Works at 3 West
Ituron street Specisal atteltiongiven
to cleaniniigatnl repairing suits. Have
your light suits dyed. 1-7
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Do yous wishl to rnut yor rooms?
Why dtou tioisert asinhe tr two in
our boal ecltmnsfor ii feo day?
More rotomshatve beesn rented thticghi
the DILY tia nssti tltttsgliany tther
metiuim, for 1111' 1).saiprsctieally
Ifalls into eviry stsdoit'shlasds.

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G.PY.&r.Aet.,Chisesi--t AgtI Atn Aritor.
College Preaidents.
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUE -
PRIN ING nd, 'rioc Association of College ttresi-
PRINTINGBLISHING dents of New England noet l Tor' -
-,c UBLIHING day and Friday, Nov. a and 3, with
TCTtSD2
Studeot Work a Specialty. Boston University. 'rhese meet-
Best Wisos-tin astd Lownest Pricis in use City. ings are held annually, and owith a
different college eacho year. Next
GRANC~{ S.- year thoe Association will meet at
GLASESIN ANCNG sil nst-u Amoherst, and ltresident Gates will
and ThusdayitsOen-ilts-as 8:0;Ladiis. 'atreday peie h onsdsusda
afternttotns 4. Ladies osid Getiiemten,iad- fo etn t
vained 'etigs'.e caisTesian evenings . GrOmnisd otnwrrh
floor. G It 1ittts, steet Tuitioni. oiieters-o flerelation of floe (wlewtk)$i pis cie tay tecollege to floe
ctie university: second, co-operation
Ft e SC, 1ONS FOR among colleges; third, method of
class room instruction in the four
rTH E ]JAILY IL ( departmenuts of Classics, English,
J.lPhysics, and iMathematics; fourtho,
the relation of athiletics to college
lt YI:GI N i A' T. disordtors.
Papers were read on the four top-
$ Z.U' per year. ics under the thirdt division, class

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