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October 18, 1893 - Image 2

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~C. of h t.
it'ulished Daily (Sundays excepted) during;
the Colee year, by
Subcriptin price V.50 per year, invariably
iadvane -Single copies 3 "nt. Subscrip-
tions may be left at te office or ee DAIY,
at Stolets, wtth any afthte editor or
authorized solcitors.
Commaicationa aould reab te othier by
7 o'clock . i. i they are to aperu the net
day. Address all matter itended for pubica-
ton to the Managig Editor. Alt bsiness
communicatons sold be sent to the Boi-
ness Matae.
Ann Arbor, Xin.
C. A. M.ltosott, Late 'S, Mangig Edtr.
NONittaa LtwER, Lit. lii, .assistnt.
It. A. SeAtItG ion ~t. 'l4, Aaustast.
---__------, Ahletic Etitr.
S. W. CeltISb, P. G.it., Butsines Managr.
,a. .A. Itol, Li. 5-, Asistat.
be? .(Jwt ,' tt pttttltttttot
Thedttt do nstobld tthmslesoresont-
sible fthpno ns ttttttor statemtetst of crre-
pentttatpteaingnthe ib llt.
Cotil.istr inImade hat a ytect
of nmonopoy in pracicedrint regard
to the une of tetenecnin court. It
seems that tihe threc bt court are
renerved after four o'clock for pe-
cioe anti that teCtayern woO
rc nited to oe Caem are not abe
o do o,CWhie iC in esenttia tat
thlosc who desire to pracice for tie
tornament have an opiortnity Cr1
practice, it soli not betontio
the exclsion of oters woithiave
eqiuai rights. 'ils10tmatter shildlit
he inqired into by those w01o arc
in authority, aod everyting arrangii
satisfactory to ali concerncti.
Ctnyc are to jadge from tie cir-
cunmtances attending the reerving
of eatn for the S. L. A. thin morning,
the oid "canmpinlg ottt method wan
not entirety done away with. On the
other hand it noun aggriavated to a'
great extent. It in repored that a
numher of tudenpent the etter
part of the niht under the "canopy
of the heavenn"awaitig the open-
ing of tie oardn. There in one
f-ature of thin pan however wich
in cornmendahle, the ncene atend-
ing the reerving of satn need not
be repeated, and on tie whole the
present method inumuci better tian
the old plan.
TttE fill tennin tournamenlwich
begins Su~rday, promies to e one
of the bet held here for a ong
time, as nich improvement has
been made by the old players, and

several new- players have entred oill be an incidental fee of 25 cents
the University nwho, promise well, to cover, necesary expenses. The
We wilt miss the playing of Pad-1 clas wilt probably meet regularly
dock and Suydam, but it is probale on Wednesdays at e oclock, al-
that the new material wyll makeup tougl another hor may e chosen.
to a certim extent the ios we haveI_
nustained hy their non-return'. In APrseosocty
th tep obo te nhsof atihleticn tennin houldi not e At tie lat meeting of the Alpa
slightetd, anti we trut that much il- No literary sociey some import-
terest will e taken in the tourney 1 ant hsinenn was transacted. Ar-
to mlake it tile uccesn which it 50 rangenments for the inter-universiy
much deetivcs to e. deate were made. Ce was decided
to appeal to the faculty for a,
IV ugget that tile profenors of society room in te nenw recita-
tile Gernian department co-operate( tion building, and to make pre-
nith te anager of the opera house' parations for a celebraion of tie
and secure, if possible, a poplar fiftietht anniversary soon to be held
German play, uch an Egmont, in the law lecture room.
Faust, or William Tell, here this nin -_____________
ter. There is no doubt but that thc
studeonsnould appreciate the enter-
prise and give it their financial sup-
port. IBeides it is a well koown
fact that a play is better appreciated
after it has been seen on the sage. __
Threin no doubt but that thiti
project could be carried out, if Horsford's Acid Phosphate
sufficient interest is taken on the Is the most effective anti agree-
part of professors and students of
Grman:]What applies to German able remedy in existence for
is applicable likewise to the French preventing indigestion, atd e-
departiment. In hin way a better
appreciation of tile clanic plays in ieving those diseases aising
a foreign tongue may be had, and feosm1 a diordteredl stomnac.
certainly a university audience is an
capable of enjoying suchl plays an Dr. W. W. Gardner, Strigfiel,
any other audience which can be Mas, says: "5vlueisct as atsexcoellntt
found. ILet everyone give this mat- preentaie of itdigetio, atd a pleasat
tr serioun thought antI let us have acidlated drik wett proerly tilutlewth ~l
playn which will appeal to the liter- wger, adsesetee."
ary tase of iinesily students.
Jefersonian Program. Rumord CitmleaiWorks, PovieneR .
The following is tile program o FoSaeyalDrgit
be preseintetd at the Jeffersonian so- FoSaeyalDrgst
cIety, at its uleeting this evening:
Atusic, vocal solo; esay, reneback; -W BTE '
soieity iaper, Mills:ibiographiy E S. '
Wagner; piano solo, Miss Latthin; INT~fRNATI.IONAL
debate, Resolved, "Thlat til en~t- E,°t 0°sy;15DIC'IONARY
lion list shotld be reviewed and re A G .dttEdtlatr. Staesnroe f te
vised,tt affirmative, V. . Coltrane, fl Tanarntped.t
D. J. iuckney; negative, WI. J. t in revising, stIo ed-
I)Ii it r llltoyetiailt
Howard, R. N. AMcConnl. . otretitansaaa~oaS
( foS N ' 1epndd.
IIsjjs' Everybody
Prf Dwy' las t .shuld iothin
Prof.Dewe's Glss. itinary. tan-
'Isesali questittns
Ittconcrntig telisi-
lilt Students' Ciscitian Associa- -e-tty. peaiiig,pats.
tion has arranged for a course of *' mratiog,tcawods
work to be given by Prof. Deney tAeLftenaarydin Imtelf.onetarn
eminetttptitson fice itt lcotin Iterning itig
on "Thte Influence of Greek Ideas mities,(rtittt'tttt and{aturo'asiita-
and Customs on the Early Crs ue ftt "lle 'riuascnenn
tian Church." A meeting of those proeb'tlt.
who desire to take this work has T1/islWork isjjnluable intbre
hoseol, t t zt itte tt'alte, soolprlo~t-
been called for tiis evening at 7:3, trtsoii tat,antuttllrrt-tllrt.
in the Alens Parlors at Newberry Itn17 >secr.
G. n&C. Merriam Co. '~
Hall. Anywho wish to enter the 1,'Ablatt, WESTERS
class and cannot be present at this tttIteleytTata' IONA
hour will see the general secretary eli ot. clibtiret
and arrange about the hour. There g V iitofria 4mcns

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ttttns--atottihat.'dgrldualentocartlerhtl. Lit.;
rotten.1 to 2.75~per week il paivatefailies,.
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tRservetSeats onsatlr It 0111a tttt' ltsy
St ore.
P1.artquette tillfirst rotc iss Par'tttrte Circle.
'5rt M'arquette Circle btttck of irtow-n, 5log:
iltlry, 3tc.
E. S. SFRstvs', - Manager.
JAH WtES1. 000)IIEW, Floriot. Groweerof
EaRses, Carnationosostd Flowes of alt vari-
ety. Floral It-signs made upott stort snotica.
No. 1 Ottservatovy street, tpp. cenmetety gate.

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