THE U. OF M. DAILY.
ORGANIZED 1886. INOORPORATED 1886 U. OF M. CALENDAR.
THE CHEQUAMEGON ORCHESTRA.
LEW H. CLEMENT,
51 So. MAIN ST. Director and Manager. To e.Nov. 28-MissBrownw, ott Heroes san
______________________________ tero uses of Geotrge Eliot, int Inland League
E XCELSIOR LAUNDRY series.
20 EAST If CRON STREET. Tues., Nov. 28.-School of Music dedication.
Good Work Guaranteed. Goods called for Tues. Eve., Nov. 28-.Thanksgiving recess be-
and delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop. gins.
rFri., Dec..-Marteau, the great violinist, in
22 Years in e h e aS.L.S . cours-.
CITY LAUNDRY, Sat., Dec. 9-Judge Ewing,ofChicago, on
M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave. tite, in law lectore room.
KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE
+$TATE sAVIfGm BAnK+ UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Cor. Main and Washington Streets. i
A. L. >tinsa Pren. Ronns Pnll nAPoCash'r. A section quizz in the second five
lectures of evidence is announced
STAR STEAM LAUNDRY for next week.
Finest place in the city. Prompt in gettingE
out work and delivering. Office, 1i East Hu-
ron St. Telephone 83.
We are here to stay. We are prepared to
give aclass of work to the trade of this city
unequaled by any other house ever located
here and not exceled by any City Tailor in
America, and at prices governed by goods or-
dered. Suitsfrom $30.0(thirty doiars)to any
price desired. lineustomTailoring by
No. ANN STREET.
DANCING and DELSARTE
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER
46 S. State Street.
MONDAY-8 p. i. Advanced Class for La-
dies and Gentlemen.
ONDAY p. to n adiet delsrtelast
TtIE8IAY 1tt. i. GctttlestettSdaintg
SATURDAY-10 a. i. Gentlemen's dancing
2 .m. Childreestdancittgclsts.
4n t. Ladies' dantinagelass.
Private lessons by appointment.
A. J. Purdy, '94, has been taken
to his home in Buffalo, and will not
return this year.
A large number of students expect
to go to Chicago to witness the
The library will be open during
the vacation as usual, except
Thanksgiving day and evening.
The Saturday's Detroit Journal
and the Sunday Chicago papers had
lengthy write ups' on the U. of
The Choral Union was led last
evening by Mr. H. A. Zeitz in place
of Prof. Stanley. Every :one was
urged to sell as many tickets as pos-
Next semester a two hour course
wiltbe given in the institute of
The University of Pennsylvania
is having a new launch built to be
used in coaching the crew.
The annual catalogue of Bowdoin,
to be issued next week, will show an
enrollment of 316 students, the
largest in the history of the institu-
tion. Of the 119 in the academic
department, 47 are seniors, 51
juniors, 50 sophomores, 66 fresh-
men and 5 specials.
,Polumbia college is to be moved
out of the center of New York city.
A new site has been secured on
Cathedral Heights and as soon as
money can be raised and buildings
put up, the college will leave its old
quarters on 49th street. However,
it will probably be several years be-
fore this will be entirely accom-
At the State University of Illinois
credit for work on the college paper
will be given under the following
conditions: The editors or associ-
ates will enter as regular students in
one of the classes in English com-
pcsitiin, and do the work of the
class. For the required themes,
however, printed matter or manu-
script for the college paper will be
XjG HI GAN ETZAL
Time'Table (Revisei) Spt.2Sth,1893.it
Mail. ....... .. 27 ltail............... 92
Day Express..... 530 Day Express ..... 819
N. S. Limited. 08 N. Limited.... 945
N. Fals Special ..11'12 Chicago Express.. 1 50
N. Y. & Chi. Lim..1231 G.R.kKal.Ep1608
A. M. Chi. N. Express... 8010
Atlantic Express. 5 33 Pacific Express...10 20
D. N. Epsess.... 1
G. H. Espress..15 44
O. W.RUGGLES, H. W.lIAYs,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor.
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
PRINTING and -
Student Work a Specialty.
Best Workmen and Lowest Prices in the City.
CLASSES IN DANCING will meet as
follows: Getntlemetn, Sattteday mosrninstgo10
and Thursday evenings 8:0; Ladies, Saturday
afternoons 4. Ladies and Gentlemen, ad-
vanced class, Tnesdav evenings 8. Griond
foor, G Maynard street. Tuititt. one term
Itwelve weeks$35. Pupils received at any
In 1?ictur -f'raming a t T 3.. z,. .
IleadI.atrters for Sisns.
25 S. Fourth Ave., - Ann Arbor.
Gains and Justinian. The Latin The American Book Company is
text will be used, but especial at- issuing a series of English classics for
use in Schools. The latest work in
tention will be given to the law this series is "The Abbot," by Sir
vocabulary. Walter Scott, which is complete in
-- ---- every respect, having copious notes
INTER-COLLEGIATE. and a glossary of words not generally
understood. This work will meet the
The boxes for the Yale-Princeton demand for the classics in a cheap
game are being sold at $30 each. form, and at the same time in a well
edited edition. Botundt in boards tile
The state universities of Alabama volumes retail at 60 cents eaeli.
and Tennessee have decided to
admit women. Tie College Publication Complny,
The funds of Yale t niversity of 1222 Broadway, Nev York, has
have increased during the year by issued a handsome booklet containing
beautiful half-tone group pictures of
over $290,000. the 1893 Football teams of Harvard,
The undergraduates of Columba Princeton, University of Pennsylvania
will produce a play called "Joan of and Yale and statistics and records of
Arc during Easter week. the individual players. The booklet
also contains five half-tone plates of
Ohio has 36 colleges and univer- the Harvard and Yale 1893 crews and
sities. Illinois comes next with 28, the athletic teams of Columbia, Har-
while Missouri is a close third with vard, trincetos and Yale wit.statis-
her 27. tics and records for tle ye.r. Tie
players in the football groups are
The current number of Frank numbered so that by reference to the
Leslie's Weekly contains a number text each ones name can be ascertain-
of instantaneous photographs of the ed. The pictures are 4x6; uinches,
Yale and Harvard teams at practice. printed on heavy plate paper 6x9 inches,
and altogether the booklet makes a
It is claimed that it is the inten- most delightful and interesting sou-
tion of the Yale authorities gradu- venir of college athletics for the year
ally to give Greek an insignificant 1893. It will be seat post-paid on
place in their curriculum, and finally receipt of ten two cent stamps.
to abandon it entirely.
An attempt is being made at GRAND OPERAHOUSE.
Brown to hold ten public debates, LILLLkA TUCKER NEXT WEEK.
the debaters being chosen from the Lillian Tucker and her company ap-
various fraternities from the Non- pears at the Grand Opera house next
fraternity tDebating society. week, beginning with Monday, Nov.
27, in'a well selected repetoire. Speak-j
ing of her, the St. Mary's (Canada)
Journal says: "This week Miss Lil-
lian Tucker and Chas. C. Vaughts
Company of players are attracting
good audiences at the opera house
every evening by their grand produc-
tions of famous sensational colnedies.
As evidence of the public's apprecia-
tion of this company worth the audi-
ences increase nightly, and to judge of
the hearty applause that greet their
efforts, Mr. Vaught and his troupe of
talented players are genuine favorites
with St. Mary's people.
The Lillian Tucker Company opened
a week's engagement at the opera
ouse, Monday evening, presenting the
ever popular comedy "Fanchon the
Cricket" before a large sized audience.
Both star and company are excellent
and the performance gave unbounded
satisfaction. The specialties were lib-
erally encored. The company is com-
posed of ladies and gentlemen, who
are artists in every sense of the word.
We predict for them crowded houses
during the week-Bay City Daily
Take your Tialksgivitg Dinner at
Cottage Dining Parlor, 26 Huron St.,
Cream of Tomato.
Turkey, with Cranberry Sauce, Ribs
of Beef with Sweet Potatoes.
Sugar Corn. Peas. Boiled Potatoes.
Homemade Mince Pie, Lemon Butter
Cheese. Crackers. lea. Coffee.
Dinner served from 12:30 to 2 D. m.
SoLID CMPORtT in the Cigars bought
at the B. & M. Drug Store.
The J. T. Jacobs Co. have received a
fine line of neckwear-the very latest.
Have your photos taken at Randall's
before the rush of Christmas.
Two newly furnished front suites of
rooms, furnace heat and oil, very
cheap. Also good board at $2.50 per
week. 37 S. Ingalls.
ArrTENToN-Do tontihink of buy-
in~g iatype-wtriter this ear)'lTlen essit
at the DALY ofilice if you wish one be-
For .Rent.-Two single rooms, one
suite, furnace heat, light, hot and cold
water bath, two dollars and three dol-
lars. 20 E. Jefferson st.
BRACEL U' with a good pair of shoul-
der braces. A large stock at low prices
at Brown's Drug Store. A few shop
wornb races at h5c.
Go to BltowN's Drto S-ortE for all
Lahoratory supplies. Dissecting cases,
aprons ,and sleeves.-Lsic-Ptiles.
Students and Soieties, Attention I
An opottnity to secure lite futri-
ture at low- prices. A handsome wal-
nut bookcase tud catssed library table.
Revolving book shelves, easy chairs,
sofa, piano, bedroom sets, &c. No
reasonable offer declined. Inquire at
No. 10 E Jefferson st.
Students' Thanksgiving Rates,
The 'Otot, Anil :Aror & No. Mich.
Ry. will sell tickt sto students of the
U. of M. and Yp nti NlNorml at one
poill~ 1 the thtetts of oui- ria and ito
'loledoss ensiws-t-ios except tie Lake
Shore. Titkets will ie sold on Nov.
28, 29 and 30, good to return until Mon-
day, Dec. 4. Students must be pro-
vided with proper certiicates.
R. S. CSENswoou, Agent.