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

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THE U. OF M. DAITLY.

ROM(jr YS TO R N OW ISH& MATTESON,
prices are right t,7 sell thtere. Togss' uknoh
We'll sell you stamtps, too, if yosto 1, ' Alcknob s
want thtem. Youmnan's, Sslvernsan's n and NN1 htte Hats.
Calkin's Pharmacy See our Swell Ties.
ol 3 0 W W A W

MOOE~B~ & WVMQ~

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

Have a Full Assortmtent of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hsand, and all kinds:(if STUI E NT>
SUPPLIES, which they offer nt tile Lowest Prices.

THE USUAL D)ISCUNTS GIVEN TO STIUDENTS.

SERCOND) sANt)BOOKS RS UiHtT 0(A'U s HYAN LU.

C.MIEDS R v En IL INE= M EJrST 37ZES.

OUR MONTHLY MAGAZINE. l
The Inlander will appear on October
6th in New Attire.-Much Im-
proved in Appearanoe.
The Inlander needs no itroduc-
tion to its many friends of former
years. To the nesv college men snd
women let us say that thse Inlander
is the monthly magszine of the Uni-
versity. It contains each nsonth'
original stories, essays, sketches,
critiques, poenms and departments of
record, tighot verse, news fromnthler
colleges, exchsanges, alumiinoles
and curreist comnment. Thtis year it
has been enlarged to regulatiots
nmagazlse sitape and size. A ccew
cover has been designed asse en-
gravest. It will be printedt on hel-
ter tpaper titan theretofore assetbosunse
in a neat anodfdexible cover. F~ur-
thee, Sloe subscription price teas been
locvcredt to $t for the fullt year.
Sing1le copies will oell at 1 5 censi
each.
Thse first numsbler cwilappear text
Fridtay, October Pith. Thtis lsuie
wicviieontaisn an saricle etn 'IHoc to
:study at tlhe U. of Xf.,'' by Prof t.
I. D'Ooge, eteansof thscliterusrytde-
partintent; an article on te Foreign
Elemenot of Newv York City, Sty St.
W. 'Nebber, lacy '94; an intlerestinsg
acceousst of thoe fsnding of the skleli
esf te antclent Greek tragic poect,
Sophocles, wsritten hy Cart K. Fried-
man; stories hy Miss Msabet E.
Holmes, Miss Mabel Cotton, Lonis
A. Strauss and others; three notable
sonnets by Jesse B. Hornung, and
verses grave and gay, by several
other people.
. Do not fail to see thsis first num-
her, October 7.
The sophomore-freshman field day
at the University of Wisconsin will
occur shoot October 15.
The DAILY is edited, publitshed
anrd supported by studessts.

k 1

Britlint BsrnerLampwltth Pereltain SicketlIPated Miller LampSoe 2, eter
Ntctkel Plaited Royal Lampy, Noi. 0, censter Nickel Plated Reehester Lampt, No. 2, center
dtaft. 1,e. drat, . 5.5
Nictkel Plted Yale Lamp, No. 5, center Nickel Plated Gteema Student Lamps, Em-
denft, 51.25. recss, $2.75.
Niekel r'lated Vats Lamip, No. a, cnter Nickel Plaited Germsan Student Lanmp, Pee-
draft, $1.50. tection $3.0
Niekel Plated Juno SLsnsp, No,. 2, teeter Nickel Plasted Gemun Stadent Lampt, Prits-
dealt, $.75. ceesc, $3.50.
tHand Lams, Bracele Lampstiratry LimpslBsniquetLa5 nips, Pian Lams. New styles
tnd satluster priey thankasat seasoan Extaine rsock teflore buying, ad 'avetmoney.
44 south Main Street. DEAN & COMPANY'.
Ann Arbor, MSh

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Hfarvardt asnet'ale opienesd tiss
week.
\Vassar opcened last Fridtay wtith
450 studtents enrolled.
Belsmont ANaples, lit '86, ccas user-
ried receistly isa Marshlal.
A coarse of jousrnalism thas been
establishsedt at tse University of
P'essnsylvainia.
Janses 1R. AngelS, tit 'go, after a
year sliest studyisin1stusrope, hs
retusrssedthome.
'Te Signsa Alphsa Epsilotshosec
ciii not be ready for occuspanscy for
shoot two weeks.
Miss Pearl E. Roblinsosn, last year
wits '96, 1s attessensg tanssasGUi-
versity, this yeasr.
No work tsas beeni dosse on the
gyniaslisus dcrisngte sulltmer, ccx-
celit laying tefdoor.
Tthe tnewschool of niusic building
on M~aynard street, ccill soon be
ready for occupancy.
C. hi. fott, attstetic editor of tie
DAILY last year, will attend Har-
vard University this year.
A jnnior law presented his dipto-
ma, framed, to Dean Knowlton for
entrance to the law department.
Owing to the hard times prevail-
ing, many of last year's graduates
were unable to find desirable posi-
tions.
Our last year's graduating class of
731 members was the largest class
ever graduated from an American
University.

'Nm. E. McReynolds, law '93, is
in a taw office in Chicago.
Indications point to several excel-
lent lecture courses thsis season.
1". K. Tlv, cwitis '93 lit last year,
is teaching in te Decatsir H-ighs
scihool.
E. I'. Cumnmings htas a positioss
is tise Grassi Havesn (.Nlict.) Highc
Schcool.
L. A. Strauss, lit '93, Itas been
appointed assistasnt itsElishul and
Rhetoric.
Students front the wcest are slow
fin returning, as many of thseni are
stoppintgit Chcicago, takiinginthl~e
«'oriet's Fair.
Vli te stringency is inte money
msartket redusce te attennc e at te
U'. of hi., lis year,- is a quesion
hseard oin every side.
tProf. Edwcin F. Conely, of thse
later depsartmsent, hcas tensdered his
resignation. is successor hsas not
'been appointed as yet.
Frank I'. Crawflord, lacy '93, cap-
tain of last year's baseball team, is
coaching the Nebraska State Uni-
versity team, Lincoln, Neb.
Dr. V. C. Vaughan, of the medi-
cal department, was a delegate to
tlse Pan-American Medical Congress
held in Washington, Sept.5 to S.
C. L. Thomas, assistant manager
of the baseball team last year, and
prominent in U. of M. football cir-

M. .F Dthe Taisoris sascon
busiiness and is enbedetosere his cstoniers
itn a strictlyyftest elass. mannee. Wilitmoni
fiesl deore 'tt ofetaitle se.. iipp.Libiidng.
AA.RsslCLOC=S
Yellosw and BlueBtonti,
U. 01fSM. Flue Pisns.
Fine Itepoicine Itsne.
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler.
26S. (ie.Air.
COUSNS IHAL. r~riiti Tlephone .115.
Catl, .5,r005. scrIitti011-1tprol' iy 1,000.
tDots a gienraltsani,it5sines. Say iter-
et enoilSains D epoesits. lao Onsets
Diepitic or lerenit.
It. KICE1t' 1 ', ies. F. H. >LERl~ , Cuite.
Bank opitietn Soitdiy evnicit'g.
STRNT ARE THlE BEST.
CIGARETSMtiOKER5Stie ite a it
i, sco ityoalite oe s thantetttice
wtitlield 5T15ISRNDspier istoiiisthes:
The Richmond Straight1 Cot No. I
ate stile fothee rightiest, mtisslicte
in ftaves', uttid highti coilt GLD LEAF
BEWARE tF IMTIOSanit itsere
tht lthe namefte hle ismaufacuers as
Semisv is oaneeypiskae.
The ]Leading -
nsTiAILjOR
Hao the' newest Full and WinsteWolens and
largest clock in tha city. You tan gcttay
aelection you are lookinsg tue.

cles, is coaching the Baker Univer-' COME AND SEE L-S.
sity football team at Lawrence, Kan-
sas. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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