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November 22, 1893 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-22

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51 So. MAIN ST. Director and Manager. Wed., Nov. 22.- 94 men meet to arrange for
class banquet.
EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY Fri. Roe., Nov, 24-Adeplhi meeting, in Room
20 EAST HURON STREET. 4,8p. in.
Good Work Guaranteed. Good carll dfor Mon., Nov. I h.-Mo aJrssielirown, of Cleve-
and deliveredi. A. F. COVERT. Prop. land, on Child Characiers in Diokeno. at
Inland League.
2s Years in tine Business.--/ Tues. Eve., Nov. 28-.Thanksgiving recess be-
Fri., Dec. 8.-Marteau, the great violinist, in
M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave. S. L. A. course-.
KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE Athletic Board Meeting.
+$TATE $AVI1nG$ BAflI{+
Co . Main and Ws.hington Streets. The Athletic board held a meet-
A. L.. NosLn, :Pren. ROBaRT PHaItLIPS, Cash'r.
ing last night to transact business
The 13. & M. prig Store matters, mostly connected with foot-
Is the place to buy anything in the Drug line. ball. Manager Baird announced that
Medicines, Sponged, Brushes, Etc. Etc.
we might expect a prosperous trip
G-O 'o for the game with Kansas university
R. E. JOLLY & Co.5s next Saturday. As stated in yester-
When youwant a pure box of Fine Chocolate day's DAILY, our Thanksgiving day
Candies. Stationery at cost. Cigars, Tobacco,
Cgarettes and thF linest Stock of Pipes in game will be with Chicago univer-
floe City.
LADIES' andGENTS' LUNCHROOM. sity in Chicago. Manager Baird has
R. E. Jolly & Go., 26 S. State St. made proposals to Lehigh for a
game with her at Detroit the Satur-
DAN CING and DELSARTE day after 't'hanksgiving, provided
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER she comes west to play Minnesota.
46 S. State Street.
MONDAY-8 p. n. Advanced Class for La-
dies and Gentlemen. Register Your Addresses.
kIONDAY-7 p. tm. Ladies' delsarte class.
TUESDAY-7 p. n. Gentlemen's dancing
class. Students will no doubt find in
6ATUlRDAY-10 . n. Gentlemens lancinag
class. some cases that their addresses are
p. Children's dancing class..
o. no. Ladle'' dancinglas.s. Incorrect in the recently issued
Privatelessonobyappointmnbt. bok.

l irime Tle (Revised> Scpt :?th,1893
E A ST .W ES r . 1
P. M. A M.
Jiail.........4 2; 1 a ... ....9 26
Day Express..... 30 Day Expres... 819
N,.. Limited..... 6 08 N.. Limited...94
N. Y.I ioited..... 9 45ltM.
N. Falls Special...1112 Clicasoo Exprer-.. 155
N. Y. & Chi. Lim..1 ?31 G. R. Kai,. Exp.. i08
A. M. Chi. N.Express... 850
Atlantic Express. 5'3 Patciic Expres-...10 20
GR Exprec .104
0. W. RUGLEnS. H. tW.11 AYES,
C. P. & T. AgL, Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor.
-s-R OT S-..
Student Work a Specialty.
Best Workmen and Lowest Prices in the City.
CLASSES IN DANCING will meet a'.
follows: Getltentur loday morninga 10
and Thursday evenings 8:0; Ladies, Saturday
afternoon'. 4. Ladle'. anod Gentlemen, ad-
vanced class, Tuesday evenings 8. Ground
floor 6 Maynard street. Tuition. one term
(twelve weeks) $5. Pupils received at any
BXc0- C-o
In Picture-Framing at mTs.i WRS-
Headquarters for Signs.
25 S. Fourth Ave., - Ann Arbor.

Any such cases, if reported to
the Newberry hall office, will be
corrected at once, and by this means
a fairly accurate register will be al-
ways accessible. If not convenient
to call, drop a postal to Mr. Manny,
General Secretary of the S. C. A.
The Registration.
The registration to (late of the
various departments is given below.
This may be taken as the registra-
tration for the semester as very few
additions will be made.
Literary ---- --- -- .. ..... ...- 1,343
Law-----...........-....---..--........- 81
Medical--.....----------------.. ..-- 364
Pharmaceutical .--.-- --- -. 56
Stomceopathic ------------------ 28

The admission price to the Star
ford-Berkeley Thanksgiving day
game has been raised to $1.50.
Dr. L. S. Merriam, instructor in
Political Economy, at Cornell, and
Miss M. L. Yeargin, a junior in the
university, were drowned last Sat-
urday in Cayuga Lake.
Yale is reported to be overtrained.
As the matter now stands, says the
Boston Globe, Harvard is likely to
go through the Yale rush line like a
sheet of paper unless the coachers
give the players all a rest this week
and prevent them from lining up
before the Harvard game.
In 1888, Phillips Exeter scored a
touchdown and goal on Harvard,
and in '87, '89 and '9o she scored
safeties on the same college. Until
Andover kicked a goal from the
field against Harvard, and Lawrence-
ville scored a touchdown against
Princeton, Exeter was the only pre-
paratory school that had scored
against either Yale, Harvard or
Pri -,ton.
Toc game between the U. of N.
C. and the U. of Va. is to Rich-
mond what the Yale-Princeton
match is to Gotham. The annual
event is already attracting a great
deal of attention in the metropolis
of the Old Dominion. Virginia
has a very fine team this year, nine
of last year's players having return-
ed. The game is to be played on
Thanksgiving day.
Yale and Harvard have arranged
the annual gun club shoot. Both
colleges are dissatislied with their
treatment at Springfield last year,
and Hartford has been chosen as a
compromise. The match will take
place on Friday, the day before the
Yale-Harvard football gam. The
usual rules govern the contest. The
teans are to be composed of five
men each, and thirty clay pigeons
will be shot at.
Literary Comment.
The best written and finest illustrat-
ed work on the mythology of Greece
and Rome that has ever come to our
notice has just been published by the
American Book company. It was
written by H. A. Guerber, special
lecturer on mythology, with special
reference to literature and art.
Students of the classics should pur-
chase this new work which gives a
lucid account of Greek and Latin my-
thological heroes and heroines.
The illustrations are exceptionally
fine, consisting of more than seventy-
five full page half tones. The myths
are told graphically and accurately as
possible, avoiding all the repulsive
features of heathen mythology; the
most popular myths being given in
every case.
The book is an octavo volume of five
hundred pages and retails for $1.50.

As already announced in our col-
umns, Prof. D. M. Bristol ad his
school of thirty educatedt mues and
ponies wil exhibit in the opera house,
two nights, commencing Friday. A
matinee wl be given Saturday after-
11001. The followinig is fromn the
Newark (N. J.) Daily Advertisers
"A large and appreciative audience
greeted Prof. D. M. Bristol's Eques-
Curriculum at Miner's theatre last
evening. Almost everyone is aware
that this remarkable troupe consists of
about thirty wonderfully trained and
beautiful horses, the tricks aid antics
of whichs are so numerous and varied
that they are able to entertain an au-
dience for a whole evening. The open-
ing of the show takes the form of a
school, in which various tasks and du-
ties are assigned to the horses. The
most intelligent and accomplished of
the horses is Sultan, a beautiful and
high-spirited animal, whose mathemat-
ical education would compare favora-
bly with that of many a child. fte
tells time and works sums in arthme-
tic, and even gives the proper answers
to 1lestions proposed by persons in
the audience. lhe most conspicuous
and hardest worked member of the
company is Deiver, s imule. He is at
onice the comedianiand philosopher of
the how.
The second part of the entertain-
ment consists mainly of feats of phys-
ical skill and balancing, many of
which undoubtedly require the exer-
cise of a reasoning faculty. Among
the mo'e pleasing exhibitions are a
game of leap-frog. and the walking of
the tight rope by Dynamite, i diminu-
tive mule. A brilliant effect is created
by a military drill, participated in by
all the horses."
The J. T. Jacobs Co. have received a
fine line of neckwear-the very latest.
Ilhave your photos taken at Randall's
before the rsh of Christmas.
Two newly furnished front suites of
rooms, furnace heat and oil, very
cheap. Also good board at 82.50 per
week. 37 8. Ingalls.
ATTENi'oN.-Do you think of buy-
ing a typewriter this yearS Then call
at the DAILY ofce' if you wish one be-
low cost.
For Ielt.--'boo siglehootms~l, 0110
suite, flurae eat, igt, loit at cols
water bath, two dollas and three dol-
lars. 20 E. Jefferson st.
BRACE U with a good ptir of shoul-
der braces. A large stock at low prices
at Brown's Drug Store. A few shop
worn braces at 5e.
Slave y ou bee" to cazlewood's Bi-
hard all yet? Everythingnice, pleas-
ant and quiet; no boisterousness.
Go to lBtowN'iS D UG SiORE for all
Laboratory supplies. Dissecting cases,
aprons and sleeves.-Loc Pries.
Students' Thanksgiving Rates.
The Toledo, Ann Arbor & No. Mich.
Ry. will sell tickets to students of the
U. of M. aond Ypsilanti Normal at one
nd ne-tlird hae for rouni trip, to all
points (enthflenhes of otr Toledo con-
nections, except the Lake Shore. Tick-
ets will be sold on Nov. 28, 29 and 30,
good to return until Monday, Dec. 4.
Studenits must be provided with proper
I. S. GREENOOD, Agent.
Grangar'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-
notineed by many of the class the
prettiest and most graceful dance of
'the season.



At Vanderbilt University gymnas-
tics are compulsory.
Otto Wagenhurst has been elect-
ed captain of the U. of P. crew for
next year.
The Harvard Annex began its
fifteenth year with an attendance of
200 students.
Trinity College has received $io,-
ooo by the will of George Scott, of
Washington, D. C.
At Dartmouth an annual prize of
$6o is to be given to the member of
the athletic team standing highest
in his studies.


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