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THE U. OF M. DAILY.I

ORANIE 188. IaOPOATaEDa1886
THE CHEQUAMEGON ORCHESTRA.
LEW AH CLEMENT,
NI SO. MAINsST. Diretor and Mallaige
EXCEL SIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST HiUON STREET.
Good Forik Gouiianteed. Goods coiled for
and delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
zz 'Wears if tihe Husiaaiess.ofi-'
CITY LAUNDRY,
M. M. Seabolt. No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
KEEP YOURIi ACCOUNT WITH THE
+$TATC $AVIflG$ BAI2K+
Use. Main and Washingtoon Streets.
A. I.. NOBLEa, Pans. Rosao 5' sin t s, C olin.
The 13. & M. prhg -Store
Is the place isoliiy .anytiginisthe D0 as line.
Mediiines,poeasushes, :ftc. c
JR. E. JO1LL.Y & C.'s
When you w,sairennboxofiiFin Chocolate
fandins. Stationes'ry af 00s1. Cigars,. Tobao,
liosnrelles andStesn iest; Stock of Pipes ini
tliie City.
LADIES' and GENS' LUNCH ROOM.
R. E. Jolly & Co., 26 S. State St.
DANCING and DELSARTE
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER
46 S. State Street.
MdONDAYS illateClass, Ip im.
"H 110011 S,5-Adviancedoola's's fiseLatish
tTIllt5\ andlleiotlem'o'Cins.i. .
Ladie' Css, l.t.
Ptriati lessos bysappointiment.
Ann Arbor Savings ]Bank
Arieiiir. Nioo. Capital Sioik, $50,0101.
Surpitis, O*150.
isseosizeil uiider (e'inaol Raninlies li
Cit this Staitn. llCCOesdpolniitil. siloiitd
.llsexchianiisontheiciptl il' ofaiithe
10551 dSlatns. Drafs cahedl ponipsoile
ideotitiohition. Saftly deolnsit hoseiisotoorenii.
OIiss'i ,,-;: i'hiistians Melk.. lIeS 5\.)
Harrinii, Viaenrs.: Chas. E. Hlllo'oil, Ctt-
sier', M.J. prtz,,Asst.iCash5ier.

IN TER-COLLEGIATE.
Vassar's enroliment exceeds 400.
Cornell has forty mefn 't the
training table.
Yale College has hail bu1tsele
presidents sitce its foundation in
1701.
The editors oni the Chicago Uni-
versity Weekly are pal for their
services.
W;1isconsin's freshsnan cass num-
bers nearly three hundred, the larg-
est class in its hisory.
Tyler lowered another world's
record, Tlhsrsday. The timse for
onse mile, standing sart, was
brought down to 2:01 3-5.
College dailies are now publishes
ins Yale, Harvard, Princetot,(or
nfll, lrowvn, University of 'litci-
gaG soil University of \isccnsin.
Last year the 1nited Staes spent
$155,000,000 for euicaiotal pr-
pose, wileif GreallBrian1 epended
$35,000,000, andolF'vatie only $25,-
000,000.
Out of 12.9 leading Aimericani col-
leges the highest preidentif~'s salary
is $10,000, sle loest $020, the
average $3,047; andi the higest
salary- pail atny lprofessor is $5,500,
tlteloiwest $5.soildthe average
$2,015.
The University of Wiscinsin
freshmllen hatve aiopted the follow-
lng yell:
Hloxie, moxie, razle, dazzle,
lip, boorn, bal,
SU. Of W. '97.
1prhst, rah.
'-iier.
U. 01" 1A. CAL.ENDSl.
'fo's., iOct 10.-linitioiv oil lti 'r0 iol this's-
ieCi hof i Gortvicl~ssiiii: io. Roomoi
S1Oo "t. 11 h.-'96 cl:" s uioo iiig. 10: i0 : . ii .,
romA.
Sot., lii. 1.-fiotiali, t' of Mt. s. 1). A. '. al
I1 iii iii lst 'iof Ii' f \I. s' Al ioiiiat
Athslti(Fielid.
Sill 'let 1110,ii1i;111, U. oiiAI. v, Aliont
Ahetic 'ield.
Mii., iO. tli-Il-tatd Ieasn Sri.t'lef. i.
1. Oilli t'a levI ires.oa011':tvoselo."
Mtiii ,. li-Airs. Laa nisiliitoiii'iot ilk '.
iitiy iliboloiiir~e; "Ataria :05(
Sophomore Election.
There will be a meeting f the '96
class to elect sophsiimore officers Sat-
unlay, Oct. 14, at o a. n. in oom
A. W. N. CiiiiA'i,lPres.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
lPiiiri'i'ii 11II11.1o S oi'l'liv-Thse
class 13 a will read PP. 335-341 of
N'oi. II of Green's Works. The
books will be foinid in East Seni-
nary Room. Jolly' l~wv.
Senminary in Ehtics will meet
Wednesiday at 8:15 a. n. to make
final arrangetients.
J OliFN Tvw.

ORATORICA5L AssoCtIvTtO. -All
officers atid mermbrs of the Execu-
tive Bloard of the oratorical Associ-
alion are requested to meft for or-
ganization of the work of the year,
at5 o'clock sharp, Tuesday after-
noon, October 1, in Roonm 2.
UvoTRsUoI UC,
7-3t Vice President..
RsEYRoii- wish to see all stu-
dents whos have iinremoved con-
ditions in Rhetoric (Course ,f a,
and 2). Consultation hours are
published in Announcement.
F. N. SCOTT.
All students wishing to take Bible
Work snder Professors Willet and
L~ockhart will meet in Newberry
Hail on today at 2 p. m.i
Notio, Dmocrato Students.
In accorsdance with the constitu-
tion anid by-laws of the U.of -M.
Denmocraic club, i beconmes ny
dlily, as its president, to call a meet-
lig of its members in the Lawv
-Building, for Thursday, October
12th, at 7:30 p. in., for the purpfloe
of electing officers for the eisi-
ing semester. In imy absence 1 ap-
poir 0 'c-presient 1. C. Shields
tos I ole atsis meeting.
JS. A. llolsilvvx,
Pres. of Club.
Lost.
Lost-healther poketboolk coitaii-
log $201 betwoeenl 5th sv. ad a mo(opus.
Liberal rewsarod offereifsr its rtrtoli
the 1'. or M. Dli). ficole.
Gino Club Examinations.
J'xalninotiols for the Glee 11101 Banijo
('lubs take place 'Tiiuiesda itind l4eones-
da~y eveninogst 7 pim. siarp in oon
21, Main 1ll Se (Glse (lub exam11-
iiitioti sill be leldol 0T1uliisdiay. All
voices in (lie Uniiveriy a'lieqeisted
los try as there te v111 ises ii all
par1ts. Thle Banjoi (lub sexasinion01
will bseleliin 011111 04,'VWenesay.
.A1llfersos lplyvinano, 0guitrl, 1011-
jorino;or imaiidolin s'ar eiquested'o t)y.
The Students Favorite.
Whclensthy IlUottlin*su deniloit lisi
ss'arch of ia live Inewspap'r'fro'itho'
westerni oetropolis, lie ilvriablly sunb-
scriliesfirtlie CiiiAMllI N'fROCEAd: N,
its whirlsle fids athletic laiidlcolegi-
ate ntss frons all the leading 111011esi-'
tiis ini the 11a110.
Dulring the Wolds Fair no1)suiident
cani uffodl los io witoult tes INT1ER1
(i'Ooc,. ' Te rolored supplemsents lare
wtorks of lart11nd1 lre oelt otd lithe
prie of siiisrip ion. Isive yolrsb-
srililion Nvith1o tllete, the tnewsdeal'ler.
To Night.
ladies andl gentlemano, sill 11111kthis
eseninig t Granlgr's Aadoemly onle
block sestotuntivesity tbuiildigs in
te gi'osiidofloori. I is tan ovntaluge
tot euter' the chsss fit the begininigofti
Ih lieasonll. lBeinninigClas ol
(Gentlleen srs 'Thuiis'day e"eningi~f.
GLA.\ND) OPERA IHOUSE.
Nora Machie.
chree, 5w11111 will le pre'setedl at the
GratiilOpera Itouose. Toesdaly nigt:

"Nora Mariee" haitaluken he cotu-
try Sy storm. itenry N. Ienderson
as giventhis get romntici play a
fineslen.eictprsodtiontolan1101 deseres
the succeess stioeli ha~s crownedilhis
busiess sugiy ll lavish outly.
'The theatres ei'rywshere are p5aked
withI asndiences most pithiusiastic wsho
sre completely frriest aay oithi the
beaties of thin pretty ply. TIhesef-
cess ot'"Norat Mahree' is noit to be
wolndereod at, as Mr. tteinderson has
utilizedS every essentital to matke then
proucftion pleasing. A bright galaxy
ofC artists give a livitg representationa
of stirring events, every tenbeofthin
comopaty being peellialy tasapted for
each distinteive part. Interspersed
throughouttthe play 1a tinumbesof uni-
qule ansd novel speialties are leve ly
itroidsced. Songs aiiil ehorses, aiss
graceelsdoainig togetherswithi beau-
tifslS panioricfseetes, ttte alsositter-
woovens ill iaiiost idelightfil soilpleas-
insg hhaite. 'To see tinfuuediteamis
of h' etlost oih n0ietP he sosllest of
lhir'k111101itothe wtotl, ore too themi-
selvs asulones well worthi theoprics' of
amnission, Thee little mites ri
grat favorites sihi the childretn.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
titets i}Iu hs 11 13v''i.tral1ini-
Ihisitis, deirSiil ilg ohesra5pract il''wil
applly to)Fred it olibec tat the P1s1
orricie.
Gitoo hiiiig fr stuets t o ay ay
thhrsoughi college. ('all at ocefo it 1.
L. Appletot, Arlinigtonl hotel. 111l.
isniors ini ill depa~rtments'ii re et-
titleid to senitor raltes1111 phitigraphic
work11 t illnillss.
FriedSKusy pet, '115Dent, Lessons in'
Fencsinlg. 9-1b
F'ootball sind (GymnsasumSuiSsiti
Sheehaoso silCo."".
Go 11 too IOW's'.Dei S oo or fllall
Labhonaohio 700001 ho'. D issetitgess,
aproniis anli) li'i'ois.-trI::'Eu isis
71011on .01:1 pgoloardiosi (o tos
Thsouhhol i set. 1$2.11 penweek
If you1 swoul vase mneii byyou
lsa, meduh'icl antiloetishbioos t Shee
hanosss o','s 51holesle and rhiSetaili boo1k
sellers, Shat street.1-
(Chotice 'T'obacco C iglishd ipeils oil
slhlot's Milliard tlall, 2Noi. 2 Noti
Muaisn street. 1-7
Oil 'huroiisdaty mlorinhg, Oct 5, we~
plaicd il (hsale211 ho. Met's Nekwtear
-niew5' desirabole gooisis -wo'irhutiff,()(
;tend $1.011poer dhoz. iitswholesals. Thie
pricie wsillhe 101'eli. AViicanh 111'no 111110
at these procisos. Wv struck it richi
wohenhse booiughth these goods. Wagier
o. '.-10
Full lie of Siu'u'oto'us it Shehuau <A
('5.. t
Every7 stuidi'iilshouldl iegistei' lii
onilc til hioosvo's dhrug store, corei' oi
Mlainu aidil I oii l sees. 'Thlis regis-
ton is the oily 1110e'contsulutedl by tl-
grap501 h essentgris. 1--
TheuslaurgisttunaSooes stock if eigas
and01 Concy' sokin o oovuocs in thecuht
is at Brons's Drug sore.
Go tolIIahuziooi'o Billiadl bil,
51 toh' sroilt. NewtiyIrenova'ttd. (it'l-
thlemanlhyttendanithl.
Ann lAnlr h ye WIokis 5at : Wvt
Hu ron U ii't 'Special 51ttnhton iiivesn
too cleatin1lg and oi i'lliig Suits. 15lis's
our ligtSSsusoyid. 17
151rs. Aninie 'Wa~ruS hosslssr oatcitg
10ssei'. 'hermss: hLudiessasoulenlhi-
men, $,.01foi 12 lssonils clohietos
clahis.'ull)0)oil' 12 l'sonus1ilsauito,
$111111 ' 12 lesses. LesI05511sill cm
m1n1' lt l'riisll17. hh.ct. hatndlStuidali,
Oct. 7. i
News'loutotrdy . 'Ty'us ot' the 1best
wsouk5001st'sion vr sw. Wuk cuneints u
eight ornsbull' ouixtra cshuarge. O011ce,. 1
1. 1111(101streni. Works 7 1 X1!'.
hhuon. 'Teleponeslu 1.
st'e A. hE. Roiseiat telou 'osk louuue,
Tuesday, Ot.II.Hehahisthe fitutst
line of alesuoin theii itly. sit'alltand
witier siits.

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