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November 24, 1893 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-24

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, C o . C~L ties for physical development should
",'"' not discourage them so long as the
PubisedDaiy Sucias xcpte) urnggymnasium, descrihed in another
Publshe CDalyeundyseeer, i)b urngcolumn, exists for the students use.
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION IT is certainly time for those hav-
ing the inter-class games in charge,
Susciription eice $2.50) per year, invariably t uk ragmnt o ein
in adivance Sinle eopies 3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at the oftcr of the DAILY, ning them at once. Frequent
at Stesifet's, with any af the editors or inure r-onigt h AL
authorized solicitors.inurear congtthDAL
Communieations should reach the offilce by from the different departments ask-
7 o'clockp.ss. if they are to appear the neat ing why these games are not being
Jay. Address all matter intended for publiea-
tonn to the Managing Editor. All bussness played hefore the winter weather he-
commnunications should be seat to the Busi- gns. Now thatth'Vriyea
HesManager. g h Vriyta
THE U. of M. DAILY, has finished the local games, the
Ann Arbar.Itichs. class games should hegin at once,
and there seems to he no reason
EDITORS. why class pride should not run
C, A. DENsISON, Lair 05, Managing Edtor. high. Inter-class foothall teams play
H. A. IrALessoi, Lit. '94, Assiosant.
J. L. LORI E, Lit. '95, Assoistsant. ball
WV. N. LonstE, Lit. '96, Aossittsst. __________
F. WALvcl,Los'94,Susstitute Ansistlaol. Graduate Reception.
J. A. LEnnY, Lit. '96, Athlctic Editor.
S. W. COnoos, 1P. G. Lit., nosiness Manager . The Students' Christian Associa-
I'ls,. A. MO1ixs, lit.'E, Asiotant. tionll vi give a reception to the
LITERARY. I LACY, graduate students in Newberry Hall,
H. B. Goasmos, '94. j0. F. Hall. 'y5.
Mtisn LoisJanes , '4. ,,rOny AL, this evening. The followving pro-
R. 0. Austin, 95 .I. Oaridl
F. P. yeSadlerd. H. D. Horsis, 5.gram has bees arranged: IMusic;
DNTL. OMWOPATIII5.i talk, "Our Graduate Department,"
L. E.. CoosidI, "'9; c.lG. Jenlbite.,'94 President Angell; "A 'rypical Ccc.-
Allecopyminstlse-ot the office bor 8.30a~ m man Seminary,'' Prof. Hudson;
nfthoe day of poblicatiots. music; "Co-ordination of Subjects''
The Editorsodo not hold themselves reopon. Pr of. Adams; "Graduate Clubs,"
sible fee the opinions or statemento of corres General Secretary Manny. After
pondests, apperinlg in the DAILY, the program has been given an ef-
fort will be made to organize a Grad-
A Valuable Man in Athletics.
MEETING of the DAILY board to- The new mn Holister who has
night promptly at 7:30 o'clock. been put on our football team for
Every menmber is expected to be on the Kansas City trip, does not seem
hand promptly, to be generally wvell known here,
Ir secms that a false impression andi his history and charactcristics
as to the attitude of the University will be of interest, is name is
senate in regard to athletics has John W's. Hollister and he registers
been spread abroad, from Cambridge, N. V. He is 23
The facly has taken a stand to yearn old, weighs 163 pounds and
encourage athletics, instead of dIs- stands5 feet 7 inches high. It will
conragmbeng theni, as is llnderslaoodb emeel that he was here
by somse. early in the oeason and wasot at
The niew plan is to exercise a di- practice for a fewv weeks. He left,
rectory control instead of the ad- however, to take a position on the
visory influence formerly pursued. team at Willianms college, from
That the new plan will be beneficial which institution he cmne here. He
and instil into athletics a more played end with Williams in tile
vigorous life at the U.. of M.I is ceec- game against Cornell and in several.
tain, other games this season. He re-

H. D. Curtis, '91 lit, is visiting
friends in the city.
Two new cases for cataloguing
books have been received.
'The average age of the men on the
Yale 'varsity eleven is so years.
It is a little peculiar that Minne-
sota will not play our team and pre-
fers to go out of training and lose
its Thanksgiving game to do so. It
is true, however, that Minnesota has
everything to lose and nothing to
Owing to the number of articles
which related directly to Thanks-
giving, and which therefore had to
go in the Wrinkle this issue, much
good material not so pertinent to
this holiday was left over, which
wiii appear in thse neat number.
Among these articles is the sketch
by Kellogg and thse local rub on the
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
Is the most effective and agree-
able remedy in existence for
preventingindigestion, and re-
lieving those dis 'isses arising
from a disord.'red stomach.
Dr. W. W. Gardner, Spriogfield,
Mass., says: "I value it as an eacellent
preventative of indigestion, aond a pleasant
aeidulated driok owhen properly dilutesd willh
waler, aod sweetened."
Dreripstivepaomphlet fIee assappslicat iosnsts
Rumford Chemical Works, rovidtenceR.I.
BdesaosSbstboitutessand lositatioso.
For Sale by all Druggists.
Fisest plaine isty.lPromsptsins<rttsisc
outworssk ansd delivri ng-. Offic, 10 Esb Ho-
ssn t el, shons85.

and SHORTHAND. Magnificent huilding; nine
teachers largeattendane; grod discipline;susper-
oroh; werll supplied rrading room; daily leosures
Saturdasy eening recerptions; opts iha entire year
Excrptonal facilitiest ear placing studenssin posi-
expensses $2 to $2.75 per week inprivatfamilims.
Far N~tefatalogue, addrrss
TimseTabsle tssbinsg effeet Sssnday, Nov. . 5193
Trains lesave Ass Arbor by Centrasl
1oStndrd Time.
7:15 a. os. *7:15 a. m.
*12:15p.om. 11:80sa.i.
4:135p.mi. 9:U0 p. to,
*Trains ross between Anno Arbor and 'Toirsdo
All trains datilv eept Sussday.
R0. S. 0REENWfOOD, Agenst, AnsssAtbos.
W. H. HENNEIT, 0.1'. A. Tolesdo.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Anss Arbor. Msichs. Capitol Stack, M0,000.
Suucsso i150,l000.
Orvasnizesdatsdertthe Gesratl HnkirgoLawts
o0 thsatse. eHersdra slits, bays sod
sells exchsastecoantie pricipl citiso of the
Ui'stesl Stateo. tDrafts cashssdI upon proper
identifications. Ssfety depsit boos-s to rrnt.
OFrrFCS: C'hristian Mssels.Pres.; W. D.
Harrsmn, Vise Pres.; C'hss. E. Silcovis, Ce-
esier- M.1. Fritz Aost. Cashses-.
GrT 4DOP}1r~ IrO(SBK
NOV. 24 AND 25.
bsstly i]Matinse, Satursdsy, at l bli)ssm"
Itpeaae inls 55 thisol~s ciof01thesIamos-
3O ssf thse Fines-tEsduscatedl Hosskowo',I
Exhibitors. ise Lasrgest andlBtislEss-
tertasinmtss-iof te kind intohIesworlsd. IHigh
cls.roisssd 511d4instenssely isstbissEg. 'hls
winest-trosiso ssrobseseavelappeareleritls
;grasucceOsscin athes'leadithio atressos of Ness
Yor, I.13ss01), Phlilsadelphsiss, Washlin--tonss
Chsicago, oasd ll Ise lasge rities. Precisely
th smeExibitione sillIbe sgiven15is s cit~ey,
1ravelist wilstssrsssn ra esisnorfOPalaecare.
Csssler~ ts ee sry d ptrI.
ries, - - - 3atid,51) cents.
tChildlrenl, - - - - 25 cenits.
Mainelioce.thsamss. Seasson Sle at
Waots'ooewlry Store.
AME W.0 G, OOMsIEW, Florist. Grower of
Roose, Casrnatsonssansdlowsof0 all vsri-
ely. Flssral ds 100 ssmsde 0up0onsort sotice.
No. I (I servlotlvxy stsreet, 01pp cemseteey ga te.
HAN ~L I1 s is. washlisvton Slocet.

STUDENTS, in the absence of fa-
cilities for physical training offered
by the University, are apt to slight
this branch of their education, for
physical culture should go hand in
hand with mental developnsent. If
the latter occupies the stoident's
whole attention, his physical powers
are apt to suffer for it. 'That edu-
cation is the best where physical and
mental developmsent can be acsluir-
ed together.
The fact that the people of this
great slate of Michigan do not see
fit to furnish the students withs facili-

turned a little over a week ago to
resume lisa studieo in the law depart-
ment here ansi began practice with
our teanm at once. It was very for-
tunate that he did so, for, since the
accident to Ferbert, Ihis aid will be
very valuable. Hollister is not only
a football player, but a crack base-
ball pitcher as well. He was pitchler
for Williamss last year, and besides
doing very good work in the box,
had the highest batting average in
the college league. Michigan sould
rejoice at obtaining hint, as Iis ser-
vice will be very useful to us on
the basball field next spring.

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Mandolins, Banjos, Zithers.
"Best in ths World."
I eery '"wasbitn Inestents
the rrs~c fourss speilmah
ery andl presensnsobe;saater-;
stics. Wei stake ourselutationisiII
"1asbrnSuvnr baaloguse,"
const~aiing portraits of lsessiing;
artis s of and tese ies and fll sr'i 1)- '
Iasinestrumsssesns, Fren-. Cas{ 'RSTaTc & MssrnsrSTn,, CHICAGO.
The Amni Arbor Organ Co~, Sole Agensts, ANN ARBOR.

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