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October 21, 1893 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-21

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'-1C. of em~f. 'Dai).
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) dories-
the College year, by

vernity who contemplate entering
the journalistic profession. To ouch,
work onth ie DAILY offers a good
THeF effort which is being made1

Oulocriptio pricerF25.0 pee year, invariably looking to tile consolitdating of thse
is advanee single copiea 3 cests. Sobacrip- literary societies into a firm and
tioas may be et at the ofice o1 the DAILY,
at Stoffiet's, with any of the editors or comlpact union, is certainly a snore
authorized solicitors. i h i i ieto.I sawl
Communieations should reach the offieeby i h ih ieto. I sawl
Io'clock r.H.if they are to appear she next kinwn tact that union lends strength
day. Address all matter intended eor publica- toan ornitoadin o
tion to the Managing Editor. Alt business ay ogtlain n nn
comseunications should be seat to the Busi- greater degree than in tile case of
seass Maaager. ltrr oite.Tesceso
THE U. af M. DAILY, ltrr oite. Tesceso
Ann Arbor. Mink. Harvard in literary matters is due
EDITORS. largely to the utnion. This enter-
C, A. ENisas, hLar '94, Managing Editor. prior should meet the hearty ap-
NO ]UIstAsbLOWSa, Lit. i, Asistt.
If. A. SPALDIso, Lit. '04, Atistont. provat of every student ill the Vnl-
J1, L. Iaie, Lii. '95, Assistant.
J. A. LMWav, Lit. '96,Athletic Edii «. rersitv.
S. W. CeRitosoP.ye.Lit., Business Manoager' I lcs~a t nntueai
WSm. . BloMca, Lit., Assist. Is\iliga town aues n
LITERARilY. ; AWe, intercollegiate debates or contests?
1l~i 5Ic i .lhtsa !ii. h ' Ball Success tol the entertprise'
t.0.A, sic.'9. MEIC.ni___________
Wr N. F s .. 1. 1.. 51 l ioslale, '01. - - -
1'. 1'.:-.it. " s , 5 Ii. . i1:ins '3tan n io hi


of Berlin, Germany, and 'Mr. E.N
Bilbie, assisted by Mios Minnie -K
Davis, of this city, to Mr. Luderer =1 1V5
the music lovers of Ann Arbor are v -"-
promised a great treat. He is anr0
eminent baritone singer, connected
with the Royal opera house, of 13cr-'
lin. It is a piece of rare good for-
tueta Unity club has been able 001 SHORTADIN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
teaches laege atiendance; goodt discipline; s'alr
to secure him He happens to be "rwosS; ascii supied rteaingroo ilri letenas'
spending a fewv weeks in thsis coons- 5.zcptioal failities foac~ingstud enl ts npi-
try, and has been secured for the r'!...ses i> to er wek s ia aii
Fo's\, \vactallasoc, addrers
Unity club through INtr. Bilbie, who P. R. CLEARY, FoES.
is a personal friend. Nobody should
miss hearing him. T LD
One hundred and eight men tare- I -
sented themselves Wednesday as \ ! -
candidiates for teFesmncress'at RtIA.
Harvard. -Ia~ ae~~mnc
/'asas C av. -
Horsfortd's Acid Phsosphate . 4'ii ,soo
Is the tiiost effective a td aree- - , O St °' A ITY
able teisiedy in existence fsiALY 0"' as, e~t:W :

Alicopytrnaalbat theaoffic a'laa5:0a, m
a' she d:!yol p lhlia,'ion.
Tlhe LEdilos-o nt, ol id th'salvs I sp-
ic fr the oaiionisrsaelriets ofa r at
paisdaoi., apipeaingosinthIeDAItLY.

At a mesetling of the 1)11.5I heldl
last' night, the foilowving existing
vacancies svcre filled, the basis of
selection being the wvork done in
comuletition: J. L. Lorie, '95 lit,
third assistant msanaging editor; J.
A. Leroy, '96l lit, athletic editor;
Miss Lois Tanes, '94 lit, F. P. Sad-

Ccrsia'c fron te fotbal ga e Ir, '99 lit, IL. Walters, '94 lasv, F.
in Chicago siul be receivedl at this Halt, '95 lawy, H. t). Haskins, '96 sieving those diseases a'rising
offic toiigla. nedic, and C. G. Jenksins, '94 110- fronstha disordlered stomach.
Tiicr enterprise of the class of '97 meop., campus editors. The above
in organizing a glee clit h oos that editors will greatly relieve the board, Dr. WXV. 'W. Gardner, Sprin gfieldl,
the freshman class is awake to col- temmeso vihIaebe Mass., saya: "I value ii as as nexcletc,,
legeaffars. hereis oe Ilitagdoing almost douible work since the pecelalivec of adiacsiio and alpleasanat
whih vey fesinanclas listbeginning of the college year. aidualted idr s cin reni saai ilutiied til
learn, and that is the good effects Btter Than Ever. watar, andls itsneca."
arising froma a ciiltivatioin of the -__
s'!! se ' (.I sp wsitlin tileclass. Notwitistanding te success of oecr huh,' pait ' ieteeoa as laetna ta,
Ecer snnabr o tie feslnie clsshiarfirst nuniber of Wrinkle, tle SRumford ChcmieatWorhePravidenceri.I.
should dho all in his iiower to assist cl oIaepoii e ra ii 1,a'' tahi(ar sli s
(lie club in is eifforts to anitna. taosvenment in the secondi suniler. Frt'Sala by all Druggints
siniversils' sociels'.The journal swilllie tprinteid osa1bet-_______________________
Iteripaiper, the cots wilt be helter,
jsaeg di in e ee-anil the Jokes saillbe selecleid frona W.EIBSTERT'S
tloil uf JamsaA. iLe Ram for li heth aii~io aero 01 IXE?NA TOXAL
]sshnsfaiitcli'isd. mrsafsye,..DICTION AR
psto ofahe illdior of the .4r~e ai-),.'s.___________
I) isi. te l~sslien soiig se ali- Subascritaions are conningciii at a A Sec.. ii a..,.*
I h okfo h ~ "st h ood rate. 1a'arisklse xects to issue % - "tom sbrd,10;t."J
beii ning rof rtile ecollegestinar, asinhed a specil twIsenty-five cesit Chsristnias°j Teiyt'spt
Iis wvork has baessnsaore than satis-ts aar hti lllearvhloai
fatry M\r. I~ t' anl - college jiiurnalisma. Subscribers getfatr.M.eRo is eli- n tet-orr
formed isi all hbrainchies iifathletics, this an iss iliteesstnmbers taf the should own-ss
and being a nesvspap ernian of toss- ithtenfr fs g, saingof45his-s
sidecabte extarience, is nell (uida.-on thse sear. n
fahsithtiiso.Hereafter, thse city subscribers lenno~irs
wnill get their papers delivered to A I ararn Itself. lto'lsoss"v
licitiosenoevcsly11them hby mail, or can get thems at emirs's in.ot;i et ~n cri<tt
th )sivsaf'hc eseentthe postoffece on Thusday evening, ttncI~is o .lcc, n'oicsla a acs'ori
.iate to fill at our nieting at ws.shile the paper mill not be pist on pmortofl it' ltclo',crs n
It has been the cusstom to have twvo slusiFidyiiornn.'nso1,?,sk Is t tiacr.s iol po-
- - -f"rs-Isian '; a,. i; . sat.";.'eduator.iss
c"o-edo on the editorial staff, osse o1 A l'Ssisiaa Entertainment.
whmwseetdls ih.C-d .t-C esiring to cosptce for the vacaist Tse secossilesntertainmnt is inte C 1jrlrit VTT
)osition should see the managing Unity Clish course wnill occisr next nDICTION lcapl~to
eiditor at once. Th~ere oisghst to be Mlonday evesing. It will be a con- 'tl°
alarge nunsher of lashes isa thse uni- cert given hby 1ic. Robert Lederer,

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ni i alson Uan& od f eil
f/ a MLAtN
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No tiar. Siay'Iramin runa sets; , I'lel
asi liarntir'auntctiontonlyti5. teast'i
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rmn i nthis traits.
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tilt' edses;;onisi a llat Wia' niic l
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'Iy. loals',t:i"sastas 1aade 1111111tshot no~tice'.

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