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U. of M. Daily, 1893-09-03

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
C. - T~t best and most enthusiastic athletes. social environments of the U. of M. y
.J May success follow Mr. Hoit in his you would not do justice to your-
new surroundings. self should you not make the best of
te Colage year, by The position of athletic editor your collegiate residence. You will (JSJJVE,
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION will be filled as soon as practicable. be the happier and more successful /JG
___-Applications and suggestions will be to lay aside your books at times to
abriispreriepryain ariaancgldlyieceied by the managing ed- mingle in the social life of the Uni-
inarae 5nle n e rasep . sbaorrp -itr Wewnthbstaillevsiy
Haons may be leftC nac at th sbrieofthOALY io.W an h etaaial st, and in after years you will-
at Stt~sffr~, withay at tbe edirrs eo anr tIefrsh pae fethahaeeae h os f ~ ~ ~LDNG SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
ma nteUniversity frtepae elta you hae.ae.h.msto.adSHRHAND. Magiicena building; nine
autho^-!Eetga soicitors. teaers; lge aendane; ned disipline; sae-
caa.lillnniana sbould reeabhtterc by your collegiate residence, and carry inrwrn el al sprie reading rem; dailyleelueass
seldke.M. t ary ae a nyrart~racme WIT ths te DILY ith man reem-Satrday eeig reeptinas; annathe eatiae year
7 'idkP..itte aetoaperte et IH hsissue, teDLYbegins wthyouny pleasant rm -Eaceptinal failiis fr planag ntdnin pea-
cay. Address all mater itended frepublira- -lins-h athad gadalesgarantaeedihm.Liing
tina to thr Managiag Edior. All business its fourth year of publication. brances of college life when you earenes 5$2ano5$2.75spera in pivateafamiies.
communieations sld be a sent tbheust- Since its establishment it has been leave Ann Arbor. Pa. Raw CLaARga, PddEe.
TH~sMaae. n .DAL, most successful, and for its success_________
Ann Arbor, ia. we have to thank the students for INTERCOLLEGIATE. . TOLEDO
their liberal support and the adver-A
EDITOB. lners n Asn Aror orelsehere The University of Wisconsin is A
C A. 0 EnIca 'i4 Masagisig Edior. reorganizing their military band and EDTRS isr n n Abroresehr
Nc " L.A AIDIFeNatit. , Aisa. frtesbtnilbcig it promises to be a very strong or- iY NORH iCHIGAN
11-. esisLe.5 A-inaia Withsout the liberal support of the
-, Athlet_- A icieEditoir.ga i ton
5. W. Ceesesas. H. Lit., Husinss Manager, business nen of Ann Arbor, whogaiton
WM.NtlHnses Lit IbeAr-Useal favor us with advertising, w could The University of Wisconsin re- ~ ueca~
x. B AMHi.,Isaeo A.4 :afaslt. cre hp o d hr-ports the largest freshman literaryi<
R l'LeLie saLAWy clasinits isiory.- nubringjpc necraca.e
H.0.Austi,n I, - fore, ae urge upon the students, .~~i.it .u.A0na c~(ar -~c
Junsote EIAL. ly udrd K'~ u
J* 1A ~o urnOPAnTaaeCc whom we represent, their duty to lyatrfeedhded famous half-bakxteN'
L. E. cane-ide o ----- Spotthe av avier ho sup- the°N5aei Aisconaaaacaea
_________________________ spprt aderisrs su-and captain of Williams College .,
orliedyp ntl entbenD.eb eccic~i otu.eleven, has entered Harvard and cry a aci°
ne icedcian obl. ile; -.-.----- T tht ecd vath ese dvetisngwill play with them this year. c b5 $c
0 -columns of the DAILY and patronize Oe plcnsii~~~
auu ai m o.. thevenrahosppor andencor-nso s aere r- \\H.,ia H PtT A CITY
EIIN1-A 3,0. age student enterprises. ceived for entrance to the newA \ ic nanSell1". 'Otww
TilE DAILY staff is greatly reduced WE can not ipestefc o endcddta u ocnb o' s UA
in numbers, in conseqiuence of the strongly that the DAILY is the ohhcy acconmnodated. 5yc! HOWELL
Batc t lie unias n. t.cc
non-return of editors; therefore ae neaspaper published in Ann Arbor George Witherbee, captain of the - -En
beg the indulgence of otr subsrib -devoted exclusively to the interests Cornell eleven, was drowned hiscea )
ers for a short time, until ae get of the students. To old students, summer in a storm on Lake Chain t -o ci nucn I
our taf reorganized and in aork- the DAILY needs no introduction or plain. Chas. S.jdarr has been TO Ft5On
ing order for the college year. comment on our part; to neav stu- pointed to succeed hinm. Taeecce5c 1c1cc ya si -c
WEare gratified to learn that the dnts we only ask a careful examin- Cornell aill celebrate te twenty fram ieo ce -id r.rliye I. ,
trouble amiongr the editors of the ation of our first issues and a critical fifth anniversary of her foundine .iia
b ~~~~compais ithcother so-called yc 5a , _5a i
Conelparison wic a oeOctober , -q. S. These days aill 2 111i.o1p.a
atd n lct io s, a edo not 'u cycrin, cca.. 'nhcc--i I 5ial- i
tome threatened the existence of the uetpbiainad d be a university holiday, anti arrange cudeicct,5 iaunr-- -dyolth;at t in,
paer hs en rrngdaielpu-fear the resut. We confidently ex- umets are beinusae ora i cleceec raicc-- ceceocn ruL old
pape, hs ben arangd ad pu- gmadefocacce--lc- ad cc-na acteicn;oby a lEt- nani-
lication reneawei. pe la h icltn o h rto. Chauncey tl. Depean ,Dcncclacrcrun thisltrain
DAILv this year awill reach one Cn llocrat ohr vildlv rinei ;betieccaAlaa Aclc ccc lcd ne
rhe Sun conces to us ttis year Govits. nusrand oteasowil Ageierson;;;;, -
much inmproved in appearance, acItonncpe ail y. t veakaddresses, an.. R. teiNsxn-rr, I. PP. A. Tccle-c, .
is the iberal support of the students
is a ae alome addition to our cx- - ---.-
clag al.and tis much aeaill get. ; -------- - -
The DAILY should reach every GRAND OPERA HOUSE
THIERE are a nunmber Of nvacancies student in the University and the -sc
in the DcIiLi staff anhich must be subscription price being the losest -----
filled at once. Our rule is to select of aay cotlege daihy in the counhryc, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3
editors by nmeans of the conipetitive should eed to this result.-__
system. The competition is open orsfords Acid Phosphate---.11p olt niitiocyofheLats
to co-eds as aetl as men, as tue To thseaho are aith us for the Is the smost effective anld agcit cciialcscccwsp'ct.Inc-
ladies have tao representatines on first time ae bid youi aelconme to the TLO T MN NEIIU YO KT
the staff. U. of M. You will find on every able renmedy in existence foi U I 1~ IPW I~
All aho have iad newspaper ex- hand friends aho will extend to you peetn nietoadu~- ci -e iicc~cgcc ccceccic
perec repc oflo jour- the hand of a brother and assist you e-saliyaceitea, -elmboarcsand cii cc ccecEciicn i-c.
nimasaprofessionanidsr in your aork. If the first feav days lIeving those diseases arising esiccbccccr ncemecciouldii ztiee sierby
the practical experience gleaned senrayd otbcnedsorisoliccdiccacenecyi lciuarc 5eseem H-crs
from work oin the DAIs cv should a p- aefrbte ie r nsoefron a disordered stomach. den, iiuineanscd aec ccccd lccecccci-necc
1 aedforbeter ime ar instoeimew ofi-ew Y; iHarbor.
tthma-for you. The U. of M. supports Soec.
aging editor at the DALY office. more organizations, social, musical, DrW. .GadeSinfl,
Hoct, to the non-return of C. M\-. and other, than any other American M.css~t" es iu nezlrt __ANABR...
Holt, we lose our efficient athletic University. In this environment prveniative of indigstisn, act a pleasat
aziahicc dmbwlcss~ lae wlli iW1AJ JQ UNID1nYtM.
editor, under awhose reginme athletics you cannot help but find your place. wiecnhseisd"2 OT ORHAE
received proper attention in the To all of thsenm you are welcome. waendsete."2SOT FURHAE
DAILY colmnas. We feel keenly Dont, therefore, make the mis- H E.riS.i - ccieptin tee sc nccie.icilesse
-Dcrtieptplefeeo p.ittinwthe loss of Mr. IHots services. Not take that sone students maie of RumordChmial Wrks, Prn idenrRI. IA t.HtillaIien ecer-a
-only the DAIsY loses by his absence, imagining thca vr t everything must gineencism cit Sbituts acdI icttcion. J nootce s, CrnaiosiGicos acd nieccin~rlsrsof at aii eeri-
but te ijnversly loes on of ts plce tostud, in he mist o the or Sae byalltDuggiss.r-l. Ho-sigdnszsadeecedeon cshoniecsnotciie.
but th Univesity lses oe of is plac to sudy. I the mdst oa.heiFieSalcbynallDruggsts.-Neiobsccatcp.tr neceopc.eemyte ccgaee

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