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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

. of ,M. Taita.
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subscription price 12.50 per year, invariably
in advance Single copies 3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at the office of the DAILY,
at Stofflet's, with any of the editors or
authorized solicitors.
Communications should reach the office by
7 o'clock P. to. if they are to appear the next
day. Address all matter intended for publica-
tion to the Managing Editor. All business
communications should be sent to the Busi-
ness Manager.
THE U. of X. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Minh.

We know that a large sale will be
the recognition whtch the editors
may well expect for their hard and
conscientious work in the prepara,
tion of these excellent Christmas
numbers.
ONE lesson should be drawn from
the fire in the literary building
Thursday night, which might have
proved disastrous, which is that too
much care cannot be used by stu-
dents in the various laboratories
of the University to avoid fires. A
fire once started on the campus,
especially at night, would soon get
beyond control of all human agencies

EDITORS.
EDITORS.and result in an inestimable loss.
C, A. DENIsON, Law '94, Managing Editor. nd _s_____es_____ s
' t. A. SPALDING, Lit. '94, Assistant.
.1 L. Lotie, Lit. '95, Assistant. A LI Michigan students will rejoice
1". WALTES, Law '94, Assistant.
J. A. LEROY, Lit. '96, Athletic Editor. at the splendid choice the football
S. W. CURTIss, P. G. Lit., Business Manager. men have made in selecting James
WM. A. loGKa, Lii. '5., Asoisact. Baird as our next year's captain.
LITERARYt5. LA Tb
H. B. Gammo, '94. I. F. N n . That he possesses the qualities and
oAstin, 's:. MEIcAL disposition that go to make a suc-
F. P. Sadler '516. I.f. 94
1. P. tyle, '6. E.L.Mrindlei, '4
Agnes Moly H-. Haii s, . cessful football captain none who
DETA. NON0t0lATC hiave watched Ihis playing will for a
.14 E. 0oo r dt '. .O sibo, A'514. moment question, and that he vill
All copy must be at the office before 8:30a.I be thoroughly devoted to the inter-
of the day of poblicatiso. ests of his team goes without saying.
The Editors do not hold themselves respon- The withdrawal of Captain Dygert,
Bible for the opinions or statements of corres
pondents, appearing in the DAILY. whose veteran service nade him so
valuable to the team, is much to be
regretted; but the team is to be con-
-TM. AOU" PUBLISHING HOU:. gratulated on having secured so good
a man as Baird to fill the vacancy.
WITH Saturday's issue The Cor- Captain Dygert, whose poor health
nell Sun suspended publication until the past season has seriously handi-
after the holidays.Icapped him, deserves great credit

and will be made as hard and true
as possible. Outside. the diamond
will be a cinder running track of
only 12 laps to the mile, and at one
end a gallery is to be constructed
for the use of spectators. Adjoin-
ing the main building will be a wing
containing offices for the athletic
association, shower and bathrooms,
and three large locker rooms, one
for the 'Varsity scrub teams, and
one for the visiting teams. Light
will be furnished to the whole build-
ing by immense skylights in the
roof and a large number of win-
dows around the walls. It is ex-
pected that the cage will be ready
for use in February.-Exonian.
- O
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
Is the most effective and agree-
able remedy in existence for
preventing indig< stion, and re-
lieving the se disel s -s arising
from a diso tiered s omach.
Dr. W. W. Gardner, Springfield,
Mass., says: "I value it as an excellent
preventative of indigestion, and a pleasant
acidulated drink when properly diluted with
water, and sweetened."
Descriptive pamphlet free on application to
Rumford Chemical Works, Providence,R.I.
Beware of Substitutes and Imitations.
For Sale by all Druggists.
CROWN PEN CO." FOUNTAIN AND GOL.D
x,.1 STATE STREET. k__ PEN MAKERS.
AWARDD THEAT THE
"N ELL PNENS E WORLD'S FAIR.
AN MACH INECRY H ALL AND, CHICAGO.
MANUFACTURERS

n 9L E
Is the LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
and SHORTHAND. Magnificent building; nine
teachers; large attendance; good discipline; super-
iorwork; well supplied reading room; dailylectures'
Saturday evening receptions: open the entire year
Exceptional facilities for placing students in posi-
tions-shorthandgraduates guaranteedhemn. LiviwT
exnenses $2 to $2.75 per week in private families.
For New Catalogue, address
P. R. CLEARY, PRs.
TOLEDO
Time Table taking effect Sunday, Nov. 5, 1893.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central
Standard Time.
NORTH. SOUsTH.
7:5 a s. *7:15a.m.
012:19 p. Os. 11:30a. om.
4:5p. m. 43:(10 p. tc,
*Trains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
only.
All trains datily e"xcept Sun~day.
a .d tENwOOO, Aest, Ann Arbor.
w. H. BENNETT, G. P. A. Toledo.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Anss Arbor. Miecs. Capitl Stoclk, $45,000.
Su rplus, $'M0,000.
Otaanioedunderthe tGnerals Ilanking Lawe
of thIis State. liereives depsits, buys and
sells exclane on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identifastion.CSafety depnoit boxesto rent.
OFrrFCRS. ('hristiain Masek, Pres.;xv. is.
Harriman, Vice Pres.; Chas. E. Hiscock, Ca-
shier' M. J. Fritz Asst.tCashier.
t ---- ----- - --
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR THE
G:I 71TDOPll(7{ Tr 1OdSK
M 1 w. GOODHEW, Florist. Grower of
J Roses, Carnations and Flowers of all vari-
ety. Floral designs made upon short notice.
No. 1 Observatovy street, opp. cemetery gate.
H', E. washingtcR Street.

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THE DAI.Y staff wll sit for a
group picture Wednesday. Every
member of the staff must appear
proryiptly at I2:45 o'clock at the
DAILY office.

and praise for the real with which
he has labored during the past sea-
son, as before, to further football
interests. All honor to the retirins-
captain, all hail to the newly elected
captain

WISCONSIN has tired of waiting
the ultimatum of our inter-collegiate Pennsylvania's Baseball Cage.
debate committee, and has chal-
lenged the University of Al~iinesota .Te University of Pennsylva
to a joint debate. is shortly to have the finest indo
baseball cage possessed by an
WE question the propriety of bthe colleges. No pains have be
locking the outer doos of Lniversity spared to make it the best of
hall when there is a large crowd kind, and all the successful fs
within, as was done last night. As tures of the cages at Harvard, Y
a safeguard against fire, which is and Princeton have been combin
liable to break out at any time, if in the plans. Both the Yale a
for no other reason, a repetition of Princeton cages have proved part
the action of last night should not failures on account of their size, b
be tolerated. the Pennsylvania cage will be larl

nia
'or
of
en
its
ea-
ale
ed
nd
ial
but
ger

THE Christmas numbers of the
Inlander and Wrinkle appear this
week and are awaited with much
satisfaction as both publications are
exceptionally fine. Especial pains
have been taken by the editorial
boards of both publications to make
the current numbers the best ever
issued. We have seen the proofs
and illustrations and can say that
no better work could have been done.

than them all.
The main building will be in
feet square, giving a clear floor space
of 14,400 square feet. In this will
be laid out a regular baseball dia-
mond, exclusive of the out-field.
To prevent injury from the rebound-
ing of the balls the sides and ceil-
ings will be hung with strong, elas-
tic wire netting a few feet from the
walls. The floor will be of a com-
position consisting chiefly of clay,

NOTICE _
- ro IC - usIf
TA.BWY

We can furnish nearly any make at
a Great Reduction.

Call at THE DAILY Office.

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