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October 06, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-06

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THE U. OF M.- DAILY.

SIR. ~ ~~RANGING IN PRICE PROM $x'2.00 T10''8.50"1I
0-rG i u'ls l 11of rod n h
prices are rigitt )sell them.e 61L. frC s 1ruy .~~ra nt ~ouy
We'll sell you ,L1Op ooifyo 20 ecet.Of orCahon FrdayQSturay 1ndMnay
ICalkins' Pharmacy
34 SU. STATE STREET. BOW DISH{ & MATTESON, - State Street.

2J-AO OI?LEJ& RWIZ[OIz

NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.

HavIe a Full Assortmlent of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all king., of STUTDEIiNTS'
SUPPLIES, which tthey ofler at tile Lowest Prices.

THlEUSIUAL DISCO UiNTS GIVEN: TO STUDENTS.

SECONID HAND P s)i. lsliP (11, I N(I I NG-CD.

O.ARESDS E AJVED =N 2ThINFK ZS='-2'=,S-

JAY C. TAYLOR, T, .M J:' _ .AMVJES I_ AMZBjS_
--r>0Ox 05LI1 EV-- Bilsllant Bhoner Los 0 wl Porcelain Nic-kel Plot-d Miller Lamp, No. ,cnter
t-TT V1 NTh 0 eliPlatdsod a ap o.0 etrNickel PlastesdRoshestere In t, No.2, ceter
L 2 - 1 TE VO1I drftol Rya tol N. desle fot,.2,5R.
~ IDONickel1 Platssi Tale Lanmp,Nos. 1, censteNickei Plaiesd GermanStoslesitLamop,Em-
________________1____S___ NicklPatd Yale Lasp1 No. '3, center Nickel PkItl oesman Student Loosp, Pee-
drf, 10. lestica 5:1;.05.
0. K BARBER SHOP. Nisket-Plated isunoamssp, tNs. 2, center Nisckel slated Geesosa SitadsenctLams, Priss-
drat , I- . cee-, S"3.0
In em cn:FneSower iathsssewors-
clitus 30 btsf 150 . Lsssies' Hasir tansd sssss, BrcelLampt,ns i ary Laps~p,ttstssiquel L ts,Piaon Lampss. New styles
DrsigPronpsairssnd asloser pries--tanlast sezi-oa. E-s-siine rs toclkcfcseisssyin;,ans-s-essmoney.
.T .Itollo a , 30E. asltissstons5t.
4 South Main Street,DE N&C M A Y
PATEON: I'CE OWE NS BORfTllltt ORIlAnn Arbor, Much. E N &C M A Y
No tIssE5lst losonssn treeLt. ____________________________________
UNIVERSITY NOTES. Manager Baird atsd others were Richard Wagners Ark Work.

PTe Ilindser wiili be ilitediott
sale at ol lochebooie stores today.
TiletenRosis 0courtI s wibesutppliesi
wit enes eslts ii soon a.: sossile.
Mlr. J or iass lalster, jr, '93 lilie
is soib l iors e t" (sits, Ieroit,
Muichsan.

at the atihietic fseid yesterday-, get-j
tistg tinlgs it shsape for Saitursi sy'a Esvcry mus'sicai stusdetk ansi esisee-
gas t. iaily thtose woDIave read of te arti
N itt--six, is kilOfist class to calli sork esf Ricihardt Wagnser asndhis
silt foostbali casndiidites. Vesterdlay "Musicif thte lutisre as 1 it li-is
thsey pirscticeo 0tee igalls sireet betscalleii, swi lie gratified to
campuiss. loat-siciithe ilisttrateel lecture ess
late seemis to be aailist te 1I. - agner's ''Nicbeiist0ens Risig,"s to

Chsase 15s1loped I 01211 as a su~re A. C. footbail teami, tswonsen beitsg
gs-inner of thie ercoh giale tesisis injured assd otte of thseir sstndbys

tournamntt.
lix-Suist. 1V. A. Morse, of te
Au Sable scitools, iters tite U. of
Mi. thtis year.
Carpentters are busy in thse gymo-
riasiutm, puettinog rdownitileflioor of
the running track,
'Te Inland L~eague has issuedl a
neat annunteenlt of tihe couse
itey wiii glee thsis seasson.
James 1'. iBird, lit '93 is teaschinsg
langsuage aod geometry in thte St.
Albans Ssll sol, Knoxville, Illinois.
Hh-Is J. II ralsaat, a fsrnmer grad-
sate ssf the U . sf AL., will supserin-
tend te Ontotiagon schools tlhis
year.
I.IW. lHoghes, formerly of te
U. of M., will teacht Mathematics
in the Birmintgham snchools this
year.
G. H. Chapman, '96 lit, will be
missed from among the track men
this year and it even possible that
Kenton will not enter in the sprints.
With these two men out of it, the
field is open to all new-comers who
are ambitions to become sprinters.

being unable to play.
'T'eicEngineerinsg Society' meets
tonighst its rootm to, etogitteeriog
btuilding, at 8 o'clock,.tProf. IDeni-
501n wiiireadt a Ipaper.
J. It. Kayo, lit 'g2, cvas recently
miarried to Mtiss Itna L. Tracy, of
te Slate Normsal. M1r. Kay-c is
nosyloeated at Reetd City-.
(Only 20 studsents hsase resisteredt
ill teIHomeoptathic ndepartmteist
thuss far. Te regulatr deptartmtt i
registratiots, toswever, exceeds that
of last year at tisis tinte, by seven.
It. 1i. Cannton, te private secre-
tary 1o Assistant Secretary W'illits,
of tite Departnment of Agriculture,
htas resigned his position and entered
the University. He intends to take
1). g. wvork in political economy and
history.
The chsief of the liberal arts de-
partment of the World's Fair has
requested Superintendent Fitch,
of else Michigan public school ex-

ce givent by Air. N. J. Corey, of1
Bloston, before thte InlanditLeague
thtis seasotn. Perhsaps io other mtu-
sician htas been so mtuchs talked
abottt andt yet aboutt notte is so little
knsown as Wagner, yet htis theories
have influentedct music, ands espec-
iallytitat of te oipera nmore titan
any other person eser knoswnt. i\r.
Corey, by' tmeans of te stereopticats
andc nucmerous iiano iltustrtotions,
exislainis the moytlhology frontwitich
Wagner chtose hsis sutbjects anti illus-
trates the close relatiotswhichs ai-
isay-s exists betsweentthle music, the
text and thse enmotiotn in Wagner'
sOperas.It lithuts thrrows a nsew
lightt on a subject about whiichs so
little is kntown anti nakes wvhat has
sented but a noise-msusic of te
nmost emotional type. To enjoy'
Wagner's music one most know
what lie meant to express by it.
XWith this knowledge which M~r.
Corey gives, his mosic beconses
most interesting and satisfactory.

W st. Ic-.ss.is-aT ti onir. lies tO
bu sies an5d oilenabdtio s llts- tis 5'ts
in astslsss-n trst lelarwiiner.sO %lnss.-5s Ist
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lice l lisliti Hosne.
W/M. ARNOLD, Jeweler'.
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its It-c mo 1 dtsi t p is-l c Cie . sets
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The Richmond Straight Cut No, I
CIGARTTES
at-c matteloom t1e10 litlledst out dsiate
int llassor, anis ghsest cocltiGOLD LEAF
erasesn iginie~a.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, landh ooere
thlat thleisanse ofhe c-msttufacturercs aa
belowe is as every lpackage.
The Leading
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Has ike netow-kFall so'dWsiter Waonssd
largest socktSia the city. nY o-ctany
selectinyouare loonsghat-.

hibit, for a donation of the whole The DAILY is the only COME AND SEE ]US.
Or a representative part of tite state College newspaper at the
educational exhibit. u. of X. 2 E. Washington St., near !Main.

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