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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

ORGANIZED 1880. INCORPORATED 1886
THE CHEQUAIVIEGON ORCHESTRA.
LEW H. CLEMENT.
51 So. MAsN ST. Director and Manager.
EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST HURON STREET.
Good Work Guaranteed. Goods called for
and delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
2a enrs in tine BusianeSs. '/'"
CITY LAUNDRY,
M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE
+$TATE AVIRG$ BA1K+
Cor. Main and Washington Streets.
A. L. NOBLE, Pres. ROBERT PHILIAPS, Cash'r.
The 3. & M. prhg Sore
la the place to buy anything in the Drug line.
Medices, Sponges, Brusbhes, Etc. Etc.
R. E. JOLLY & Co5s
When you want a pure box of Fine Chocolate
Candies. Stationery at cost. Cigars, Tobacco,
Cigarettes and the Finest Stock of Pipes in
te City.
LADIES' and GENTS' LUNCH ROOM.
R. E. Jolly & Co., 26 S. State St.
DANCING and DELSARTE
RSI ANNIE WARD FOSTER
46 S. Slite Street.
MONDAY- p. m. Advanced Class for La- I
dies and Gentlemen.
l)NDA -, p. m. Ladies delsarte class.
T UESI)AY- p. m. Gentlemen's dancing
class.
SATUlRDAY IS0a. so.Gentlemen's dancilag
2 p. sChildren's dancing glass.
4na.m. Ladie' danigclass.
Privatlssons by appointmentI.

U. OF M. CALENDAR.
Fri., Nov. 17-Meeting of Prohbition Club is
Law Lectu re room, at 7: 30 p. is.
Fri., Nov. 17-Thurs. Nov. 23-Addresses by
Rev. Walter Elliott, i Newberry Hail.
Sat.,Nov. 18.-Game with Nortltwestern. Ath-
letic Field.
Sat., Nov. 18.-Lecture by JohnTempleGraves,
S. L. A. Course.
An Auspicious Beginning.
(Continued from first page.)
interpretation which will eventually
entirely supplant the unthinking,
overdrawn sentimentality which
has for so long masqueraded
in the guise of musical ap-
preciation. In all the move-
ments of the Sonata, representing
such varying shades of musical
thought, she was sublime. In her
solos, especially in the Layhetto of
Nardini (who, as one of the very
earliest writers for the instrument,
in no way suffered by comparison)
she revealed the qualities just enu-
merated. In the Fantasie by Ernst
she displayed astonishing technical
facility as well as that banson so
necessary in the playing of the
Firey Hungarian Airs. This will
not be Miss Powell's last appearance
here if we understand the temper
of her audience.
Madame Nordica is distinctly su-
perior to any vocal artist who has
ever sung in this city. She has
everything that goes to make up a
great vocalist, voice, style, perfect
command of her powers and artistic
conception. Her work last evening
revealed her powers as a singer in
the operatic style, as well as Cher
t~ssasssssssg suros sfy f h..o Shn..5. nl

last week by the aforesaid fraterni-
ties to give the hop this year on
broader lines. They wish to join
with the independents and as the
junior class give a hop representative
of that class, which will be open to
all '95 men, without regard to fra-
ternity division. A. meeting has
been called to discuss this plan, for
tomorrow morning, in Room A, at
9:30 a. m.
They Appreciate It.
The Wisconsin Daily Cardinal, of
Wednesday, prints the following,
which may be of some interest to
our readers:
We are glad to notice that there will
be no drill tomorrow in order to allow
the men to attend the football game.
It is too bad that all recitations could
not be omitted but we understand that
it will be optional with each professor
whether he shall hold his class or not.
One of hfie complaints made at Mich-
igan is that the professors are so little
in1terested in athletics as to hold reci-
tations during all the big games. We
are p 1 tio see that our faculty have
shows, so much interest in the athletic
department as they have and they may
be sure that the student body appre-
ciates it.
INTER-COLLEGIATE.
The members of Harvard's nine
last spring have been presented with
silver loving cups.
The average age of undergradu-
ates at Harvard 22.7 years; at Col-
umbia, 2'.5 years.
Yale has scored 330 points in
nine games this season, and Hlar-
vasil 316 points in ten games.
lhe 'rinceton football team prac-
tices during the second half of its
practice games within closed gates.
The Chicago University has dis-
carded the title of "Prof.," the mem-
bers of the faculty being addressed
as "Mr.''
At the University of Wisconsin, a
rank of 85 per cent. in daily or
term work, exempts a student from
examinations.
Yale has received an aditional
gift of $50,ooo for the gymnastic
library from John L. Heaton, who
recently gave $25,000.
Yale has received over $2oo,ooo
in dontions to its funds during the
last year. The largest single dona-
tion was 5o,ooo by Dr. J. Andrew
White, to be used in the construc-
tion of White hall.
The 14th annual report of the
Harvard Annex gives the attend-
ance for the past year at 263. an8
different schools were represented.
Massachusetts furnished 197 of all
the students, New York coming
next with 13, the remainder repre-.
senting 28 states and Canada.

GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
"JOsHUA SIaPINS."
A play of realistic rural character
entitled " Joshua Simpkins" will be
produced at the Grand Opera house,
November 17. The piece is said to
have plenty of life and vigor in it, and
an ample supply of wholesome fun and
laughter. The story told is of the
rural variety and is said to be very
.similar to the "Old Homestead."
When we say there is a real saw mill
shown on the stage, with a real four-
foot circular saw, producing real saw-
dta, and that one of the chareters is
bound on a lsg and dragged to within
an inch or two of its glittering teeth,
we have said enough to arouse the in-
tense curiosity of intending visitors.
A specially fine orchestra is carried by
the company which gives a variety of
descriptive selections, including all the
latest musicalnumbers out. The band
will parade the principal streets about
noon.
Notice.
The class in English History
(course i, sec. 3), which meets in
room F, at 4 p. m. Mondays, Wed-
nesdays and Iridays, will hereafter
meet on Fridays, in room 3, at 4 p.
in., beginning Friday, Nov. 17.
M. S. BROwN.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
The J. T. Jacobs Co. have received a
line line of neckwear-the very latest.
Have your photos taken at Randall's
before the rush of Christmas.
Fon RENT.-A pleasant, light, well
furnished room, with alcove. Also
sigle rooni. Furnace heat. Terms
reasonable. 90i)Wasshingtois st.
40-42.
Two newly furnished front suites of
rooms, furnace heat and oil, very
cheap. Also good board at $2.50 per
week. 37 S. Ingalls.
Choice Tobacco, Cigars and Pipes at
Sheldon's Billiard Hall, No. 3 North
Main street. 1-7
Very desirable rooms, well heated,
bath, reasonable prices. 58 E. Huron.
40-42
ATT1lEnNTION.-Do you think of buy-
ing a type-writer this yea? Then call
at the Dmisoier if you wiss ose be-
low cost.
For ient. Two single rooms, one
suite, furnace heat, light, hot and cold
water bath, two dolars and three dol-
lars. 20 E. Jeferson st.
uRACE11 1' with a good pair of shoul-
der braces. A.large stock at lowprices
at Brown's Drug Store. A few shop
worn braces at 50.
For sale. Good Victor Safety. $90.
O P. Bhutterlield, 41 Catherine street.
19-43
Have you been to iazlewood's Bil-
liard hall yet? Everything nice, pleas-
ant and quiet; no boisterousness.
Go to BiowN's 1 I.ses S'-ostE for all
Laboratory supplies. Dissecting cases,
aprons and sleeves.-Loi Prices.
Ann Arbor Dye Works at 3 West
Huron street' Special attention igiven
to cleaning and repairing suits. Have
your light suits dyed. 1-7
Granger's "Waltz Oxford."
Mr. Granger introduced and taught
his new combination of movements,
the "Waltz Oxford," at the class meet-
ing Tuesday evening, and it was pro-
nounced by many of the class the
prettiest and most graceful dance of
the season.
Thanksgiving Day Club Party.
A elubis ibeing formed to hold a
dancing party it Granger's Academy,
Thanksgiving day, in the afternoon
'from 3 to 11 o'clock. All former pupils
and friends are invited to join this
club by leaving their name at the
Academy as soon as convenient.
41-42

charming mastery or the song. on
3IGHIGAN GENTPAL is eiually great in oratorio, in fact,
many of her greatest triumphs have
t'sT. . been won in that field.
Mai ..............E' 11:1............ No one will ever forget the delic-
-N. -S-id. S i ..ions singing of the Berceuse of
N. Y.Liunied.....51445
N.'Fal sspecia...1i 11 ClicaExpolss . 155 Chaminade, her brilliancy in the
N.5,&iii.1,im..1!,li (.11 KissI in. 6is
A..Y . CI. i sirs-sr Jewel Song, or her dramatic fire in
Atlantic Express. 5133 Paoil Epres.. 10 20
0 N. ixpress....01 the Aria from the Queen of Sheba.
.. R. It.sprei-. ....10 sa
W. Erisi, 55 I. lw.IlAsES, She was enthusiastically received,
G. P. & T. Agi Clisea i Ast., Ann Arsor.
and although a railroad time-table
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS contains no provision for encores,
PRINTING and .- both she and Miss Powell were very
-.- PUBLISHING gracious in the matter, even at the
=0TTSE--- imminent danger of missing connec-
Student Work a Specialty- tions. Mr. Schmaal did magnifi-
Best workmen and Lowest Prices in thse City. cently in his solos, and sustained
D. ......... himself admirably in the accompani-
GRANGER 16. ments. Miss Powell was very en-
CLASSES IN DANCING will m eetas thusiastic over his performances,
and Thursday evenings 8:00; Ladies. Saturday and considers him a very superior
"fternoons 4. Ladies and Gentlemen, ad-
vanceda ss ,Tues ay eve Tion oss teron- artist, an opinion evidently coincid-
(twelve weeks>$. 5 upils received at any ed in by the entire audience.
time. ,,,
SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR On Broader Lines.
ii.H ' AI Y The Junior Hop has always been
a thorne in the side of those fra-
ternities who did not have booths
15E cl)-srl55. 1 FAS0. therein, and those independents
who went and wall flowered. A
$2.50 per year. movement has been started in the

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