THE U. OF M. DAILY.
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Commanications hold each the office by
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lay. Addest all matter intended oe ptblica-
tine to the Mtaaging Editor. All boiness
communications shold be et to te But-
THE U. of X. DAILY,
Ann Aror, Hiic.
C. A. DNISo, Low '4, Maaging Edttr.
NONtlFLoOWnR", Lit. ', Asitnot.
1. A. Sr ALets, Li. '04, Asitnt.
J. L.. tout E, Lt. '5, Asitat.
J. A. LROtY, Lit. '6, Athletic Edito.
S. W. CUnvaIs, P. . Lit., Boiness Managr.
AIVs. A. Sosi, Lit. '97, Asistnt.
H. B. Gnooon 9.4 Frntth "Ite, 94.
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W. N. Choate . il E. L. M.atiadl, '1
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L. . Coocadt. 11. 1G. Jnis, 9.
All coy mos bet the ofiec beoe :0 a. o.
of tc day of Osblicato.
IThe Editors dosnot hold themeve respot-
silbe for the oinionor tatntmento f corrts-
pondents, npecarine in the DoILY.
THE attention of advetioes in
called to the large editionaswec ae
issuing Monday of ach wck, as
we ae sure you can find no
better advertising medium in
the city. Monday we issued an
edition of 2,o0, which was a great
success, sod sas appreciated y
our patrons. Next Monday we wilt
issue an edition of not less tan
2,500 copies, and tave no reason to
fear that our efforts to please all,
advertisers and readers as well, will
fail to receive the hearty supor of
all. All whso desire to place adver-
tisenments with us for this edition
shosld do so at once.
IT is largely from the stdents
that certain husiness men of this
city get their sustenance. In view
of this fact it would seenm that they
would support student enterrises,
but it seems an understanding has
been arrived at by the business nmen
of Ann Arbor in one branch of bus-
iness, with the possible exception of
one or two firms, to boycott the
DAILY. It may be seen at a glance
to what business we refer. Not
only have they refused to advertise,
but they have attempted to get a
certain firm who does advertise, to
cancel their contract. Students,
you should support those who sup- game wan very strong, and it is in ttiis
pryoand to this end note well that the moot improveentt has beetn
portyoumade. But the interferetsce was tnot
our advertising columns. The local wvhat it ought to have bees, and the
busineso men can hardly expect us ea must itmprove its this before we
to kep freig adertiemens ouisseet the league teaims. The oeconid
tkepfrin avrieet u I elevetn is doing very well atnd is giviing
of our coluns so long an they do the first elevetinsme very good prac-
not uppot us Weoffer Ann Ar- tice. But tnow that else days are get-
not salort s. Wetitig short, the men tanst appecar on
bor msercliants one more opportun- the field in time so that they may de-
ity, atid if it is not accepted we
shall offer unlimited space to out-
side firms weho arc asking for space.
The Inlander for November will i
he out promptly on the first of the!
month. The pronsised article by
Prsf. D'Ooge on "How to Study at
the U. of il." will be the leading
feature of the nunmher. This article
iso the first of a series to run through
several nmonths of the college year,
treating from various points of view
the subject of the studentos relation
to the wurk of the University.
Othser attractive features of the
Novenmher number will be a group
of sketches of the Atlantic Seaboard
by Mabel E. Holmes, a short story
by C. K. Friedman, '93, a sketch
by Louis Strauss, an essay on "The
American Poet, Edward Rowland
Sill,' by Eugene H. Garnett, and a
striking and original paper by Stuart
H. Perry, his subject, "Tthe Ne-
glected Senses." Book reviews,
alunini notes, chronicle of events
and the other departments will be
continued. The verse of the Dum-
ber wiii be especially profuse and
attractive. Besides those nmen-
tioned other articles and stories are
pronsised, and the nusmber wiii be
in many wvays an itmprovemuent over
the October issue.
Iron and Steel Club.
'Tie weeckly meeting of thse Iron
anti Sleet Club svas hseld in Roomi
C, of thse Chenmical laboratory, last
evening. C. L. Davidson read a
paper on "Labor-saving Devices,"
whsichi sas nmuch enjoyed by all
present. A journal club was or-
ganized, and menmbers assigned
work. Judging from the large nuns-
her present, thsis feature of the
work will receive hearty support.
Inasmuch as our football leanm
is to play the University of Wiscon-
sin team soon, it may not be amiss
to know something of the latter
team. The followeing clipping from
the Wisconsin Cardinal gives some
of the points of their play:
Tine football team has improved
very much sisce tihe game with Chit-
cage. The defetice in Slatsrday's
1 rive thsetfill betsefit fiom the practice,
Horsf'ord's Acid Phosphate
Is the most effective and agryee-
able remedy in existence for
preventing indigestion,-and re-
lievinoi those diseases arising
from a disordered stomach.
Dr. W. W. Gardner, Spriniold,
Mass., says:'I valueit as a00ecellentl
yreventative of indigestion, and Ianpleasanit
acidislated drink whenipropcity ilutsed silts
water, atid swseetened."
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