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December 08, 1893 - Image 2

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the ICollege ,year, by
Subscription price V501 per year, invariably
in advane tingle cepiesn3acents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at the office of the DAILY,
at Stofflet's, with any oi the editors sr
authorized solitors.
Communications should reath the sffite by
Z o'clock P. a. it they are to appear the neast
Jay. Address all matter intended fee publica-
tion to the Managing Editor. All business
eomsmunications should he sent ts the Busi-
ness Manager.
An Arbor. Xinh.
C, A. tENsISN, Lose'00, Managing Editor.
11. A. Sectesi..o, Lit. 094, Assistant.
..L. Loose, Liit. '95, Aesistant.
F. WccCets-, fuse 'N, Assistant..
J. A. LEsOY, Lit. '96, Athletic Editor.
S. W. CUIorSeSP.G. Lit. Business Manages,
'Wt.. is KLi..ASssistn.
it. Oi. Aisi n'95" MEICAL5..
F. P. Sadler9.i i teidl,'
it. P. Lyle 9. E .MridlT4
Agnes biosliy,3 9 d.IH. ). tlsins, 96.
L ENTL' lNEOPTisi-.,31.


necessity, expensive, as first-class eluded from playing by the noe
talent demand and secure liberal re- time limit rule which will go into
muneration for their services. Those effect on the first of January-Har-
having those organizations is charge yard Crimson.
hvaragdepniecussfrthis seasoti, and it is apparent to all, Upon the next two Sundays, the6
who have attended the courses of Rev. Henry Tatlock will deliver a
furmier ycars that the attendance course of four sermons, in St. An-
this year falls considerably short of drew's church, upon the general aned
that of last season. This is not as subject: i"What is involved in church loss
it ought to be, as sufficient funds membership?" The special sub- 1-00
should be realized by both the Lec- jects of these sermons will be: Dec. ir
lure Association and the Choral io, at the morning service, "What
Union to make the courses a decid- is the church, and who may belong-
ed financial success. We should to it?"; at the evening service,
feel a pride in the University and iiWhat most church muembers be-4
psssess sufficient college spirit to i lieve?";> Dec. 17, at the morning iji
support liberally all college organ- E service, i"What must church mem- 3
izations. It is to be regretted that h ers give up?''; at the evening ser-

SHORTHAND. Macsifnsent huilding; sins
hier; large. attendance; cool disciplinsuper-~5
w'ork; wellsuppierdedngrom dily ectues,
crday eeningseceptionis; opeis 1he esieyear
etiosal tfecilities to, plingistusdens in Iposi-
i-shorthanideraduiates guaranteedthem.OLving
eass 2 ix$2.4-5 per eek 55in private familims.
Nesw Catalogue, address

this spirit is sadly lacking in 'the U.
of M., and to this cause alone can
we attribute the failure of many
meritorious organizcations in the
Centonnial of tBowdoin collego.

All ctipy i sibe oit the oe before Silsa.m Pi reparations are already heiiig
sf the day ot piiblications. smade for the celebration of the one
The Editors do set hold theseve ' ' 'n hundredth anniversary of Ilosdoin
sible tsr the opinions or statements of corres college, which occurs next June.
pondents, appearing in the DAILY. 'Melville W. Fuller, of the class of
53, will deliver the oration; Prof.
A rio Bates, of '73, will react an
_ riginal poem, and Prof. Egbert C.
Tist attention of the members of Smnythe, of the Andover Theologi-
the DAsLY board is called to the cal Seminary anod the class of '48,
fact that a group picture of the staff wvill preach the anniversary sermon.
will he taken early next week, prob- James MdIeen, of the class of '64,
ably Monday. D~efinite announce- will preside at the alunmni dinner.
ment illI he made iii tomorrow' -v.*-o -
issue. l'sery member ;rrlsl appear To Do Away Wi1th Football.
at the appointed time, in order that
the boaird miay he coniplete for a A motion lies heem brought hefore
half tulle enigraving whicti is soon the faculty to abolish foothall; at
to he matie uise of. least that wvill he the practical effect
----- --- of1) thme proposetd rule if it is passed.
Txl's:r shoulid he no delay :11 get- The motion is to the effect that no
ting everything ready Ior the inter- football eleven representinog Cornell
class tootball games, so that they, University shsall be allowved to play

vices,11What nsust church memhers Tisme Toile talkiog eael .9 sindty, Niv. 5, 1893,
Trains lease AiiiiCrboriy Ciotril
(lo '' tisiilsid Tius-.
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*12:15 l). cii. 11: 0 a. m.
duO 415p. sn. h9tii p. 3,
iTrainussunbetween AnArboir;od Toledou
® only,
Al trains dailyexeptun~idaty.
r 55.. iiS. hN OIDAveiif. (An liiie
Ann Arbor Satvings Bank
AnniiAebiir. Mieli. tapital e it.o,$5000.
Orvainizeduinderetheieerauul oieLawse
Horsfcrd's Acid Phosphate of tis stt.r tc ve epst, usand
united Stistes. Draftsceshced upon piroper
ideniifieatiiii. Safelydicto s -.to rent.
'Is the mSos effective ansd agree- OFFriteis: tlrsinMzlPe. .D
Ha'Pirsim,ViePes; irs. N.ltie ''1'Ca-
able reinedy in existence for shie3r" t. J. Friz Asst. dashie
preventing indigs stion, and re- Gl NPD OPI I)7 Y2uS
lievTing those diseases arising l ONE WEEK. COMMENCING
frons a disos dered stomach. Monday, December 4
I iWednesiday'cid Saurdauy Mtiniee.
Dr. W. W. Gardner, SpringfieldiSH
Mass., cay-u: "I valoc htasian escellent
preetatiive of ondigestion, assd a pentuiiiU~ I
aciduilleiddriok whenusroeildil uedwith ALOR I a
swate,asiiiseetened.' iM folwiwRjvoie
"SAi1)ls':1II.tfl"--iiisuituy Ebin ioaiud Wed-
IDeeiuti%,e pamiphlit freeion appiilcinitoii uiu'-altailise.
tumxfordChemieal Wrs, 'msvctenee,R.I. '-11t0 its' 'iIsiss .Aii.' <d I slur-l
For Sale by all Druggists. lI'tlll GI3tOt.LA."--Frday E535 ruui..
CROax'sPr's Ca.' '-rsaNTAI's'N DGL
Pr'iceS, - {5, 25 and 35 Cts.
- OWN JAMES'W. GOODIIEW, 1Flosist.Grsiser of
J.llioses, Carnationssand Fliisc of all ai
'ye ecy. noloral designs e uipii shsiirt notice.
AWRE THE 'ccTH No. 1 Ob-ess sovy street, opp. icemstery gate.
1 A N D EEL LsPE N SiWO R L D 't rF AC.

can he played off at once, as soon
as the weather beconmes in tile least
favorable. While it certainly re-
q~uires enthusiasm of the highest
order to bring a man out to play a
football game in six inches of snow,
yet if possible the schedule should
not be left to be played off next
spring, as the interest felt in the
games will certainly suffer by the
UN-IVERStTY Hall should he crowd-
ed to its utmost capacity tonight to
hear the world-famous Marteau and
his company of skilled musicians.
Each one should feel that he has an
especial interest in the success of
the organizations which secure high
class entertainments for the stu-
dents. The courses given by the
S. L. A. and Choral Union are, of

outside of Ithaca. A Sun reporter
interviewed several prominent meni-
hers of the faculty, and while all
were chary of expressing views for
publication, the general feeling was
such that it is safe to say that the
motion w'ill not be carried-Cornell
Next Your's Football Team.
The followeing nmembers of this
year's football team who played in
the Vale game and in the Pennsyl-
vania game will return to college
next year: A. H. Breweer, C. Brew-
er, Emmons, Manahan, Stevenson,
Beale, Wrightington, Dunlop and
Gonterman. Acton,Watern, Mackie,
Newell and Gray will leave the uni-
versity. Lewis will he in the law
school another year, but will be ex-

Wc ce anmurish nearly any cnake at
a Great Rcd-actios.

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