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December 12, 1893 - Image 3

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THE CHEQUAMVEGON ORCHESTRA.
LEW H. CLEMENT,
518So. MAIN Sir. Ditrector and Manager.
EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST HIURON STREET.
Good Work Guaranteed. Goods called for
aod dolivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
a2 Years in the Business.sg.-
CITY LAUNDRY,
M. X. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE
+$TATE $AVfflm$ BAIIK+
C<or. Main and Washington Streetn.
A. L. NoaLa ['Pron.Hon U Inn PSr, 'anh'r.
STAR STEAM L&UNDRY
Finest piace in she ciny. Promipt innettiiig
out work and delvering. 0Office, iu Masi Hti-
ran St. Telephone Bit.
--4:NOTICE!Ii-
Weare here Gi stay. We ire prepared to
giveeanclawsof work so Gin tradi- of thiscitny
unequaled by an'y oitier housneeer located
liennoat excielted by ainy City Tailor in
Amrica, andat priesngovern'dAlby 000d0 or-
dored. Subitsfom$3000 (thuitydotas)toy
poediur. Iitto'ooI n-VtTt REET.
DANCING and DELSARTE
IRS. ANNIE WTTARD FOSTER
46 R. Smote Street.
MONIES 8p. .Advne Casfo a
3INOEY p. .s~de' esir ca.
TI'ESDtAX 7 p,. it.Geitlelr ceo [ci r
SAT17tttAY-1Itta. it. Ge~tleens datim
pi. in. (hildr'en', tlcein~rchss
4nt. .ctLtdettottnctg (thtco.
Prievate sosity appoitttment.

U. OF M. CALENDAR. called for by Yale men. President
Thor., liec. 11--Webcser Soieey. Puiakttro- Hailer, of the Yale eleven, was seen
gram. Law leettire root. 7:30 p. 01. tonight, and said: "lYale is entirely
Frtiay, tie. 15,-Cantadian (Ctut meetinig itr satiofied with the nmanagement of
ttaw ttsildling.
Fri., Dee. 15-Glrt and Goajs Clubs' eocert. the Yale-Princeton goame. In fact, we
University 10101. do not see how it could have been
Fri., tie. 15-Art Recital. Dramsatic reaudingsimrvduo. eaeprfcl
under directionofPrf.This. C. Trseblood~ipoe pn W r efcl
Frieze Memoril Hall, s . na. satisfied with our share of the gate
SatODe. 1.-s. L. A. Cours.e. Prof. You receipts, and the University Athletic
Hoist.
Toes., Dec. 1.-Seconid Choral Unittn Conicert, Club will undoubtedly be asked 'to
"The Mrssiah."mngthgaenxyar Itc-
Tuies., Dee. 1t-Patti, Asuditoriums, Detruit maage tg'enx er tcr
4 00, - lainly cannot be put into better
A Sound Mind in a Sound Body, hands-Detroil Free Prest.
Dr. Kellogg, of the Battle Creek UN ESTY OE.
Sanitarium, spoke before Unity-
Club last nigh~t on the subject, "A '96 ia talking of giving a recep-
sound mind in a sound body." The tion to '97.
lecture was it the natuire of a talk Psi lt. gives its first house party
upon practical hygienic topics and Friday night.
was of the greatest interestand beite- Dr. A. WY. Haitlie s)ent Saturday
fit to all present, lie dwvelt at and Sunday in D~etroit.
some lentgthluothetiapiroper diet Course .I, political ecointoIV, 11ad
for sttutents and later bty a series of a written qaiz, yesterday.
stereopticrion viesvsividly anti run- Mr. lPurdly, '9 lit, who htas Leens
ritusively shotwed the evil effects of( so ill, is slowvly recovering.
titht laring. lier l it%- represen- Ivr. C. S. Mack, of tihe iom~eop-
tiver overhteardth ie remark from a Dlip= confined to his tome withi
yottng mati on tile back seat "Vhfiw, lagrip:pe.
aren't they getting roasted'' A W. G. Wright, senior medic, was
few mtoments later shnic the tobacco called hotme Stunday by the death of
habit was being treatetd swith equtal his fathter.
forie anti severity, thte young uman D~r. Lomubard wiii lecture nexl
svas obiserveru to ma~intain a idiscreet Saturday at crirze Memorial hail, at
silence. a p. u., Ott Vocal Physiology.
In thte coarse of the evetning D~r. It is reported that Miss itrecketi-
iKellog referred very gracefalily to ridge, of Kentucky, wiii enter the
thte efforts of thse lathes to establish lasw department, next semlester.
a gyi. andtl htartily wishtedthetmns ir. M1ac~ogan takes D~r. Reetd's
success. D~r. Kellog is a mtan of place as house phsysician while the
wide experience antd great learninog latter is asvav on the OClere(iClb

the kind ever seth here. 'Tie book
wiii be placed otn sale in all the took-
stores and ini [he main hal, Mondty,
lDec. 18, at the usual price, 2 cetts.
Excursion to the Atlantic Coast.
To parties thatlre tliiokiiig of is trip
southt to UColimbus Ohio, Carleton,
W. V a, Clifton Forge, Cartleville,
Petersburg, Richmond, Providesce
Forge. Williamsburg, Newport News,
Old Point Comfort, Norfolk, V.,
Washington, D. C~, ltw rates for round
trip and one way tickets. Please ap-
ply to Geo. J. Clark, Pass and General
Agent, Ohio Central 11. R., oom r
Olid Let Bldg., corner of Summit and
Madison street, Toledo.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
Roomsn- A very nicely furiished
site 0on grotind flotor, for rent, very
cheap, at 25 SotthiTivisioit St. 5i9-1
J. E. iPeltier, thte retnownoed hae
cutter from Dletrsoit, ias leased the
Cook itouse barber shop notfurnish-
ed it in ilegantt shape. Ito exteidai
condial invitatiun tior al1lt visit his
toss plae. if
llIANtGKHta v at o :t/ntu.ttD,0NNO.~,
Allare1 pls: 1, poitiely notsvisitors.
Tition fee -5>,iior Ladies. Gettleen
aiii Ctlirent tlike..k reducttionto t
formler puplils, :t itt svherm11010thaii
stn froitisameil0family takece lesotis.
Learni somne tf theoness-tanes efor
the hoittay se~sitttosins.
For retdutce-traie ticketstis Oi,
West Va. itio Oldl Va. points apply tt
H,. S. Greenswotod, Ticket Ag.. Toledo
Anni Arbor & Northt Mic. or Moulstont
Do youti sishi to rccnt your room?
Why don'oint sert ai line or two in
ouin lotalsicotltmttlfor a foss days
More voomis lhtve betst reniedth irosgh
the D~AILYt tian thrioughiaiy otier
imedium otittr tto DILY tpIractialy
So1,Cl"lts(tttrtuinthle (Cigrs boght
at the 1I. & M1. Druig Store.
Tihe J. . Jacoibis Co. ihavereeivedi a
file o e c::-:, 0ar-te ery lates.
Havt ourot:ltois taken t tilatdllo
beioe theerushtof tillistmias.
liGAtE01' rillh a goo pair tf solt-
iier braces. A large stools atlossIrirt
at Brows nDrutg Shre. A fowshiot
worntbraces Att50c.
(io to llu::tvr a a liio Sratus for all
Liatoratory1 suitilies. Ils egcar,
apronis tiand t','s s.-L~os setv 1'r.
~SHOE SALE~
2O0\o
1)tS(OI'NT
ON ALL. OUR
WINTER~
RUSSIA SHOES,
WING TIPS,
CORIK SOLES ET.
TERMS CASH.
G9OODSPEED'S

3jX.G H IGAN GENTRI, I
itite Tutitlo(!Reisted) N:. 19t, l8t3
D. N. Estiec ...54;MN.I' C S t 2 i
AtlanticE Tss4:17Mi i , . .. 85 ftI
tast oast'i I+'p.. x4 N . Lc;:itedt 1o i:1
N. S. Limitod..t 103.u11.
A.M. 't-isit--riet'ux. 155
Mail tutdtI Us.21 . 4145G.0. 5& 05. Sl.., G208
N. Y, &Bo,.as . StJ5 tJsCihi. N. OExpress-.850S~
sail:.Euprecs.. . i1 1
0. W. IhuGLSs, H. Wu. HAvuEo,
U. P. &T. At.,Chticn.i Aci-..AnouuAelrbtr.
THE ANN AHBOR AHGUS
PRINTING and#*-
-~PUBLISHING
Student Work a Specialty-
Bestsvonkmentan d Loesit it.esin thte City.
GRANGE Rt'S.
CLASSES IN DANCING woilitmetts
follows: Genttlemnt, Satiurday moiruinat 10
and Thursdtay evenithgs 8:00; Ladies. Satarday
taternotasa. Ladits tidtGetulemnac, il-
vaoced class, htnsttao evenin~gs- 8.0Gro:untt
fltar,6 Manard strr Taiuitiuatue teos
twehversees)sI$5. Pupilsrcivedt at tny
time.
B3 10- C U r
Heatdquarters for Sigui,.
25 S. Fourth Ave., - Ann Arbor.

tproportional sveight.
yNinety-four Low valedictorian.
For siomie time tltenumeuroius ran -#
tdidates foir the ptositioni of valedic-
torian of the '94 law class hlave been
condtiting their indlivitdual canvass,
each inmagininsg that lite vouldl be the
comintg man. At the election last
night many of the fond hopes which
the candidates had builded, gleaned
front promised supaort, fell to the
grountd. Seven candidlates svere
nominated, inclulding ,\ltessrs. Web-
her, Balley, Clawvson, Apperson,
Oiliver, CollItraise andO~ieeler. After
nueru ilots. V.(0. Coutiraine

tri is
fin Ar t recital swillibe giretn Fri-
day ereting in Frieze -'lentoriah
F all, undster thse dirertiorn cf irof.
Thomtas C. Truebloodh.
Dlean (Obetz ansoLalrs. lunit aund
Eigglestots of thse H omeop D~epart-
nment are attendintg a mtecting of the
Saginasv Valley IHomleopaths society
toiday.
Enghneering Society.
M\r. Geo. Ilayler Jr. swill rcad a
paper on "Apparatus for iXeasuring
Powver" bcfore thse Engineering-
society Sataurd ay evening, S p.u.
006 Oracle.

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was elocteth, aisnituon a call from The Orane, the annuilal Sophiuomore
pbiainisneatly readuy. It wiii
the hsouse, responuhed ins a neat be on hinssfao thtat youn ctn take it
speechl. home Christmas. Its 160 pages are
full of good things, sihort stories,
poems, a reniarkably bright character
The Yale Eleven Is Satisfied. sketch of "lituiy" aniu then thin grinds
-yes, nto enud of tiem-fifty pages at
least. AhndOhio chances are Leon to one
New Havens, Ct., Dee. no-The that yon sre anmong those grounod. To.
shap citiismwhch he Unierstyread the Oracle wiiicure ha freshnmani
sisrp riicim wsiis he nierstyof his freshnness. Soph.,.Junior and
Athsletic Chub is receiving at [hoe Sentior will buy thne Oracle for the sake-
bands of [ho metropolitan press for of the good it has done them ion the
past. There are narly forty illustra-
their management of the Thanks- Lions, sixteen of whichi are full page.;
giving game is thsoughit to be uno- Thse cover~is a neat and tasty design,
printed in four colors, tihe first wxork of

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