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March 06, 1894 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-06

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___________THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE CHEQUAMVEGON ORCHESTRA.
1 UW H.('CLEMENT,
51 SO. MAtsSi. Director and Manager.
EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST II U ION STREET.
Good Work Guaranteed. Goodo called for
and delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
JAAIES W. GOODIHEW, Florist. Grower of
Roona, Carnations and Flowero of all varl-
ety. Floral designs mode opotn short notice.
No. 1lObservatovyostret, otpp. cemetery goon.
22 Years iin tihe usineas.t.,"".
CITY LAUNDRY,
M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE
+$TATC $AV1flG$ BAflK+
C'or. Main and Washington Streets.
A. L. NoaLa, Prect. HonenT PtttttI~soCoaslo'r.
CRONaPEN CO .OUTAtI AND GOLD
ARDEANIE WAR TFOTHER
46 SOStateSStreet
dANIGantd ELSARTe
46NOA Sp iStatehStre. lIn'
MUIODAY-8. nt. Adaned llassttifoociac
dAP5IA iesanti.Getleenolt'a
MONAY t . . Ladies.' dotcinclas.
2:10 p. in. Children". dancing lass..
Sp).in. l'rivite adv.ance'd las.
Private lesston,. hyappoitntment.

3STAR STEAM LAUNDRY
ICHRISTY - ENGLISH - HAT BODS&& HI USE Proprietors.
o. 9WOSouthEast reStrrcnlyoupd by Too Sams., M organ c y.-,

THE FISK TEACHERS' AGENCIES.
CHICAGO, 106 W-,biasln AvG., B. F. CLARK.
Verg-i, cii. 1:203. 4,d40ltosition'. Filled. 0151 Positionstillied i s.
SEND FOR OUR AGENCY MANUAL.
AGENCIES:'-lNeok, tiLo jeagot, Portl,'tit, f I f
Fort Lii. Atgelc, ToEt'ToQ, ISK & c0WInc; araU
U. OF M. CALENDAR. offices will be larger than the rest
Thutrs.Eve., Mar. S.-Leeture oiooTie Violint," consisting of a general office, thirteen
Protf. Stanley. Fer.'izetemoial halt. by nineteen fool; a private office,
let., March 9.-HonotIihn J. Igalks. S. IL. A. eight by seven feet; a special office
*sit., Mar. 10.-l'oipils' tRecital, Frieze Memo- for the Alumni Weekly, oeparated
rial hll, ' p. tn.
Sat.. Mar.Ill---Art Recital, uler auspile'. ol from the main office by a glasoslpar-
Ortatoricalasoctiioo,Frieeemcoreialhall tition, and eight by nineteen feet in
S 1t. at.
Sat., Matl.0.-Sooore sociall at Newbeirrey dimensiono; and a room for files,
tall. seven by ten feet.
Soun.,Mae. il--le1e4.f ..a. Ferry, ion "Tea-ti epbiatosocpyncom
ing,' 9:15 ,.,i., int Nialierry hail. rhpulctoscuyigoos
Sot. ere., Mite. 17.-glee aod Ranjo'lohin'lien,- in tihe building are The Record, 'rho
Oilfo th Ahleicasscitio. .ale Literary Magazine, TheCor
University Statistics, ant, Thlz News, and the Alumni
We publish belosw a compllete list Weekly.
of the suniversities and colleges of Thce Inland League Concert.
the U~nitedl States that have an en- A food-sized audience attended
rollment of t ,ooo or more students- the concert given under the auspices
Boston university........... 1,075 of the Insland L~eague at tile Church
College of the City of New of Christ last night. The program
York.................... 1, 153 as given in Saturday's DAILYv was
Columbia college........... 1,641 carried out. Mr. Felix Lamond, of
Cornell university.......... 1,727 Detroit. pianist, mlade very good im-
D~elauw university......... 1,015 pression on the auidience. Mr. I:.
Girarti college.............s1,625 N. Bilbie, violinist, su~stainedi his
Hfarvard university......... 3,150 susual high position as a violinist anti
Illinois Wesleyan college. . ..1,428 won several encores. Miss M\innie
Kentuciky university...1,211 Davis, as acconmpanist, did excellent
Mass. Inst. of 'Technology.. isofi work. On tihe whole the concert
Northwestern university.... 2,300 was a very enjoyable affair.
Oberlin college............ 1,492 -"-a.0----_
Ohio Wesleyan university. 1,271 Emmons, Harvard's newly elected
Princeton university ...1,092 football captain, is training for the
'rilan unverit.........,40 Harvardl crew.
'T'uane nivrsit........ 1,15 Phe junior class in the 'sale Shef-
University of California..1,200 field scisool has decided to found a
University of Cincinnati.... ,035 magazine devoted to scientific anti
Unvesiy f icsian 2,0 college news, It is to be called the
University of Mtinnesota. . .. t,foo Yale Scientific M\onthly. Seven ed-
Univrsiy ofNasvill.... 1,50litors are to be elected by the junior
University of Nebraska..toSfi I class.
University of Pennssylvania.. ,0 -.--"+
Univrsit of iscosin . ,257Notice. U. otf1M. Republican Club.
Washington university...1,710 'rho annual meeting of the Unii-
Yale university .... t..288 versity of Michigan Repubslican club
-Yal Daly Nws. for tile election of officers will be
-Yal Daiy Nevs. held in the law lecture room, 'oeil-
Yale's Editorial Offices. nesday, 8 p. in., March 7.
_____A president, vice-president, sec-
'rie editorial boards of the Yale rotary, treasulrer, first and second
publications will soon be settled in marshall, five delegates to the Amen.-
can Republican College League con-
their new quarters in tile basement vention to be held at Syracuse, N.
of White dormitory. 'These offices V., April 6, and one delegate to the
will without doubt be the finest oc- National Republican L~eague con-
cupied by college editorial boards. vention to be hield at Denver, Coo.,
The oom wil befinihedin gar-constitute the officers.
Theroos wll e fnised n qar. All student republicans of the
tered oak, with furniture to match. university and _high school ma'y be-
They will be well lighted and of a come members of the club by sign-
convenient size for editorial use, ing the constitution, which may be
mostof he ainoffcesbeig aoutfound at the law librarian's desk.
moteofbytemnofes eig. botNo one will be permitted to vote
fiften b twety fet.who has not signed the constitution.
'Ihe News and Al'umni Weekly Cmi(. W. FutiviE", Pros.

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Official Photographers
. O lPTO-WIT:
sTrUDENTS' WOR~K A SL1E-
(LALTY.
IsteLEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
an SHORTHAND. Maonifeett building; nine
tmehtitst large atitetitlan c eciloddisciplline; lope,.-
io ork; weltltiupililei'readitn oom;daily' lectuewt
Satuorday reveninogrecetioins; opten tte entire year
Eetionall facilities tfor plengstulidentin pist-
titns-shotadgi-altatesgttsenteeithetu. tiving
rexpenses$2 t00$2.T5 pr etek inipivate families.
For SNwtataloguoe, naddr~es
P. R. CLEARY, PotS.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
For reduced raote tickets to Ohlio,
Woest Via. aid Old Vai. points appuly to
RI. S. Greeniwood, Ticket Agt., Toledo
Anti Arbor & North Mielh.
Seniors ill all ujlitllments are ensti-
tledi to seniiiorratis ll oniotographic
work at iRitdall's.
Mactkitoshes i t bioitom prices. 'Tle
J. V. Jaciisho i.
For ieso q,tiloo iith blrust and 0111ci-
gars, go to Ile B. i& M. Drugstore.
Lo(st --icisocen Maynard St. and
5th Ave., on Liberiy, '95 cane, with
initial S. O). it. on tip,
Loo'r-A blaik Scotch Collie dog.
Answers to Pname of Jack. Return
to or addiress N. '. 'Toothaker, 45
So. s2th St., city. 9-IS
Simple Dross Preferablo.
Simiple drcess is preferable for
class exerrises. 'ibisn,fliexible shoes
or gailors, with moderate heels,
are an advantage and indispensable;
those not w.orn 00 tile street, and
without sails ill tile11001, are pre-
ferable.
'rhe roomts are at all times kept
at a moderate tenmperature, ilight
clothing is therefore advisable, with
plenty of wvarnm over clothing for
the street. Pupils only admitted.
Gentlemen will iplease present their
card of admosission at the door,
Granger's Acadiemy, ground floor,
f Maynard street. All of the very
latest dances tautght. Join now.
Private iessons given on any dance
of merit requsestedl. Class lessons
are an aodvantage and preferable.
11-12
Oratorical Association.
'rie rexeciutive board of the Ora-
torical association will meet at 5 P.
m. on room 2t, 'l'esday, March 6.
( lltr'.1a ut:171', Pros.

ICHIGAN GENT AL
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Atlantic E'.preas.81oil l& Ex.p... 0
Bt o'.t'o'.'9ti4.i5lN. S. Limited.. 10 3t)
G- it Exp. til... 15.!. t.
t>t. Fat West'n Exp. ill
ItMasil dEsp.a is4180. H. &Sal. Spl. . 6080
N. Y. & io. So1 ..:)00'.Clii. N. Expre's... 8S5S
N. S. Limited..1023Pacii Expres'....00.131
0. WV. Rromtco. H. W. HAYE,
0. F. & T. Agt.. Chicaga. A ,,t., Ann Arbiotr.
C40~~iIRTH MICHIGAN
'ime TableItaking elfect Sunday, Nov.:),.1893.
Transo leave Atot Arbtor hy Centralti
Standard Timec.
sORTH. SOreT.
:15.at. . t7:15 a. a.
tl't-15p.to. 11:30 a. too.
4:15 p. m. t9:00 p. to,
*Traina root hetoetn Ann Arhor and Toledit
only.
Al tr-ins dtailvy"xcept Sotodny.
E.S. GOREENWODO.AgettArto Arlmor.
W. HH ENNETT, G. P.A. Toledo.
-ANN ARBOR
THFIJAI LAUNDR~Y CO.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SERYiss, - Manager.
5'. 31 I2E. washi nnStreet.

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