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U. of M. Daily, 1893-12-09

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

°Z.of 1 Wf. TXitp{.
Published Daily (Bundaya excepted) during
the College year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subseriptien prie VP.511 per year, invariably
in advance Single copies 3 ceate. Sabscrip-
tsona may be left at the ofiieref the DAILY,

whicb cannot be duplicated in an-
otber city in the country. For this
reason we are confident tbat thle stu-
dents will respond liberally and
raise tlse necessary funds iminedi-
ately so that tbe series tbis year as
formerly, will be an unprecedented
financial success.

aut toized soieithsr yofth. eitrs TrPrmay not be generally known
Cosmmunieations should reaeh the cffties by tbat there is about seven tbousand
70o'clock r. a. if they are so appear the next dlasistebnso n ro
Jay. Address all mater intended for publica-dolrinteb ksfAnAbr
tion to the Macacing Editor. All bussness wbich bus been raised by the stu-
renmancaisn shul hrsen t sh Bui-dents during several years by enter-
THsMaae U. af X. DAILY, tainments for furnisbing tbe gymna-
Ann Arbor, ith, slum. Now tbat thse interior of tbe
"6gym" is so nearly comspleted, the
EDITORS.qusinaiewyiitntmd
C, A. Oc,,sSOos, Lawsr'94, Managing Editor. qusinasewysitotmd
11. A. SscLtDiN, tit. '9, Assistant, use of for buying apparatus? We
.. L. fattis, fit. '95, As.sistasnt. adnilt that the ''gynm" is not com -
iF. 5V'cs.'ees, Ltts'9'4t,Assistant.
T. A. LERtiy, Lit. '9t6, Athletic Editr. ilete itn every respect, nor is it hea-
s. W. CURTISS, P. 0. Lt., Business Mcnager. ble to be for years, hsence, wvould
wS<y. A. Atom, , Lit. '9 , Assistnt. it not be twell to get as miuchi use out
H. 0. tt Union, °4. It . Bll. '} of it as possible ? By teans of a
ft. o. Asti,'l5. i lvcA
F'. 5'. Sadtlert't''i. y i ,t~'i. fesv stoves the builiding cats be
P.. i e '9il',l'E. a t ici1title, "94
Agttes tittely,' . IH. l.is i ,9.ti h eated so as to tinake ittcotmfortable.
cesess.. ltttItl't15'AICtI7 Te sttudetsts are anxious to get
f.. N.Coortis '9td . t.G. Jenktis,'94. 1
________some tise of the building anti se
All ttty mstetst the tficeefett'30all. itt can not urge too strtsngly oin the
of thte day or itoblicatiit. trustees of the funds to use thse
The Editors o tenot htold thiemselvs respon-s money at once for tbe purchase of
sible for the opinioso or tatemeoto of corers
podnts, alpearing inthe DAILY. apsparatus. If immediate action is
taken some use may be gotten out
vs of thse building tbis winter, and we
TN:ARUO.ULI nec..OU. will not be obliged to wait until the
wall of tbe "gym" are green witb
Slune~a-.\s attending tbe oitera age before sve get any use of it.

support is felt by nearly every or-
ganization in college. It is to be
boped tbat after a wbile a college
spirit will grow up whicb can only
be beneficial.
$5,000 Bequest to Harvard.
The will of Dr. Lucius F. Billings,
of Barre, bequeaths tbe sum of $5,-
000 to Harvard University, to be
kept as a permanent fund for tbe
medical department of tbe univer-
sity, the annual income to be used
for a scbolarsbip for the benefit of
poorbut deserving medical students.
Tbe California Opera Company
appears at tbe Grand for tbe last
flire this evening, in "Said Pashsa."
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
Is the most effective and agr-ee-
able remedy in existence for
preventing indig(scion, and re-

Is the LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
ansd SHORTHAND. macnifteest buildingl nlne
teachers;l args attentdance; rood discipline; super-
ior wrk;herll supplied reading room;ldaisl eresc
Saturdcy eeningrecerptions;opens she entire rear
Excepitionsal facilitirs for placigucentsis n posi-
tions"'shorthand raduatesctaran ieedthems. Lieicg
reess $2 5to $2.755per week is private families,
For New C(atalogue, addlrrss
P. R. CLEARY, Pan-s.
Time Tattle taikittgeffet't Sttnday, Nitv. 5, 18093
Traiss leatvt'Anns Arbor by Cetal
Stanitard Tints.
7:15 a.m. '5a n
d4:1;tp. . 9:00p. stn,
*Tralnsronsteettttn A~nArbore isdToletdo
only.
All tti- tsl0v "xceptSutiitasy.
I t; lit-ri SyD, uetAositiiAsrtot.
sv is3.IINNO. I', I. P. 5. IToltedt.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
AnnttAr'btor. ich. Cditlsto ck, Teb 50,0t0.
S u iplis, ot150,000 .
teOrianzd iundethe en eral Itoln-toa's
of ibis Sitite, Icetivcsdestil-.ttttbysand
sells exchantge asnibs'e riocitotlIcclues of the
United Stats. Drafit'ocas'edtuttosterer
idensftifcations. Stafety deptoitbtes to itrent.
dte>rifo ot t'lteistissn Mutek, Preso.:W. 0.
Harerotos. Vice Pires..' thar. E. llsobk, Cs-
sities"9.1T.1Fitz Asst.Caoshier.

sbould refrain from thsat disgutsting
practice of kissing at long distance,
so freely inidutlgedin i, as tbe author-
ities intendlft make an example of
tbe first mntdsetected in the alt.
As is tnowv pretty generatly ktsotvt
tise Cborai Union this year is labor-
ing unde1r flnautiat dificlties, whicri
if not directly, are at least indircsly
tbe result of tte fpresent fittastial
stringency. Veery few realize tbe
great expenise of codu1cting5the
Cboral Union series. Thtis year a
very full course was arranged tin
the basis of past experience, but as
is apparent no entertainmsents iti
Ann Arbor are as well patronized
this year as formerly, conseqfuently
tbe sale of tickets of tbe Cboral
Union series bas not been sufficient
to nearly meet the expenses. In
order to raise life additional funds,
an extraordinary attemupt wiill be
made to make a thioroughs canvass
of the University with tbe lhope that
enougb tickets can be sold to make
up tbe deficit. :Every one sbould
assist tbis wortby organization by
buying a ticket to a series of con-
certs, tbe cost of wbicb in otber
cities would scarcely admit to one
entertainment of equal grade. Two
dollars for a series of six concerts of
the highest grade is certainly a price

IN the Easstern colleges a certain
amutnt is set aside by every stutdent
antI coutsedt attong his legitimate
expenses, for the support of college
o~rganizatiotns, literary, soci, 010-
sical aiid also for athletics. IHowy
tliffereiit is thte feeling which seems
to exist insXeternl institu~tions. As
a mastter of fart, only a few hunsdred
amng the twt-seven hisndred
students, have enough college spirit
to sufpport college organsizations lib -
erally. These self-same studeists in
after years when reflecting over their
college career wiii have something
to feel proud of. 'rhe class of stu-
dents who see no more in their col-
lege life than an opportunity for
study at the expense of social and
literary sdivertisenients, see losing
the best part of their career its col-
lege which is only too short. There
may be souse excuse for the slots-
support of athletics on the part of
the co-edo, but there is none what-
ever for their failure to support
other college organizations. When
we consider that the co-edo form
40 per cent. of the literary depart-
ment, it would seem that their sup-
port is cluite a factor, and while this
criticism does not hold true univer-
sally, every one who is in a position
to know realizes that this lack of

atevtnee those dosEsessaris JIng NE WEEK, COMMENCING
frosis a dlisordlered stomach. Monday, December 4
j %iccloct'its' ti i butts eubty li tistec.
Dr. . W. Gardner, Springfield, ,, T.
Moss., soys. :"I value it 05 0ll exctellet
psrvnieolofiuitnsdigestion,. codlaapleasaot
acidiulaltedtditib stens priopetly'tiluttleidsiti
Iwi-cr, andi..s'eetenedu."I________________
"In111thelib ltoiidiyReisiit itii ci
Dtistritti' piitiipitl'le rer sit iiptiicutioniito , ut-shiv 5
Itumfoe5 Chemnieal Work, Pcovicirne,R.I. 4-' Ite I'5 L%,1'Gi1itlistA.'-i1Sa il' ttis.iiy
Ilt-itie iof Subsititssteos dIiitS 5ns. vtiii I ct itisi ~ Si,
" Rl IS )li 'I: l Ji t/ .ity,01 ' 'jt'iii'dsiy
For Sale by all Druggists. ":: us .1 till) 5"."Friday \-eii-

CROWN PEN CO.' ..FOUNTAIN AND GOLD
7a STATE STREET, -^ PEN MAKERS.
CHICAGO.!
know ,T_. ' " °I -F)--
Y AWARDED THE AT THE
,CONCESSION TO MAKE}.
f AND SELL PENS WORLD'S FAIR.
IN MACHINERY HALL AND CHICAGO.
MANUFACTURERS
"\ BUILDING 1893.

prices, - 159 25 and 35 Cts.
JAAMISS W. GOOtIEW, Fltorist. Groetieeof
Htoses, Carntiossasnd Plowersitf all vasri-
"tv. FlirisIal dsigns mttde tponssotrt cottce.
No. 5 Obs-ratovy stret, opp. ceteiry gatr.
HANO~ii I I , IS. wasait oon RE Street.

NO~1'EL___

Wee tao fornishs isarly ansynmake at
aGreat iced-action.

Call at THE DAILY Office.

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