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October 27, 1893 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-27

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[$ AV E hare freqtuently bud our ut-' view we suti-Veut that somse actioun
roteutiotucalled to thue fuct that uo fuavorabie or unfavorable, be takeo
whr on ourutcherished Irvtnna~ndu.eI.auusoonu us Irosuibte. Tlbe general
doeu thu uamte of the door' of a; sentiment ueemu to bho in furor of
t u.o~ NDLPPEN ASSCIAiONcouusiderable uamount of the fundsiucuurlau debate, we believe; und if
usedl in itu ronructitou, appear. ft tucisi the caue the niatter should
;Wsci, o up t et) pertiyear, invariby
advnceSilg, o uru3 ent. Su'oseCi- sue .ttu inj ttiCe to Itimu, that Itis be giv'etnimonedliate couideration,
ns roar to eft at the office ut thert, routae su(,,td bare been placed tome- (in netter that the necessary arrange-
Stofflets, uwit alyof Cthe eta~rs or
hoied oliitotrs. where ontthte building at a nmemorial mentu eanule muae-Daily Car-
omunirattuon sholdratihthe outter hr to u great benefactor of Itit institu- dinal.
'loc P. m. ifthtey arse to appear the neon
.Atddrerst atl mtter intendet Cur pubttca- ton. Would it not lave been more - - -----
nto the Mossetg i dtor. Altltbuness tensible to have placed the words
;s tnar.oo utdh ettotuOr-"Waterman G3ynmnasium" and a fews
THE U. of XE. DAILY., ovords descriptive of its construction A k 1
AnnArorRih. over the entrance, instead ofa

C, A. OEsasttsLute '94,Manaing- Editor.
NONtitFLsOW ERitt.'tttAssitrant.
Ii. A. SPALINtG, Lit. '4,Assistatttt.
C. L. LouIseLtt. '5.Asstistti.
C. AtsiuRo Lit. '96thletic iorit.
S.W.s-oURTSP.0 GttLittstness Manager.
Wmn. A.C it , tt , Asstitttnt.
H1. 13. Gt moti -fiFrnkWiters, 'C4.
Mss.N LisJ Sittt'iti I i. i'. 'at.
FV.. C o S , 0.t. L tMattitt-l,'94
F. 1'. SIlt ;'6. 1.t)tt ~ils'6
rite. to ttrituitit:i. to.a (itt iit >,e i
iTe Eduitcrsoot hol tnhiuetslvs estn
sib °© tocient; ofstthmenivoces
tondns our ehang i thagaitisyear
THEREopywilltbe at;temfieeigof30thein
of tLe taffublSaturayeennga
for assinent; of work.nvery
membeifrnewa, s awelcsoladtmost
beHpresent. Every onetwillobetex
pected to be supplied with news
items for our special edition, Mon-
As will appear in snottier coltittn
of thuis issue, President Angeli suc-
ceeded in getting several exhiits at
the WIord's Fair for then museum,
and it may be postible that more
exhibits may be obtained as a result
of the violt.
That Worlds Fair offers a good op-
portunity for increasing our mus-
eum, and wee are glad that the first
efforts met with deserved suiccess.
As watsluytown in yestlerday's
DAILY, studentt are offered extraor-
dinary opportunities to lunar the
best lectures and musical entertain-
ments at a Itominal cost. Nowhere
else, we mtaintain, in thtis country is
there a like opportunity offered of
hearing sixty-eighut first class enter-
tainments for the sniall sum of sev-
en dollars.
Such isthe ul ntured atmosphere
surrounding thse students of the
University of Michigan, which no
one should fail to take advantage of.

Greek inscription wehich is unintel-1
ligible and meaningless to the ma- Horsford's Acid Phosphate
jority of lthn students, mucho leun to
the unlearned in the classics. Is the most effective and agree-
abl reedyittexistence for
WiA TESVLi doubts itay have ex- al eeyi
sted before the trial of the netw prev entitn ittestiott, attd ye-
iplan of reservintg teat for te S. L. ivtgtoeslsne eso
A. seatoin, uate givetnawvay to a
feelingthattahue lpresettplani tat fro t'osadisotc'deol fomiarli.
the best wehich couldt lave been,- ----

adotutedl tntder Ite circaustances.
By thue conmbinations of the old S.
L. A. system nsid the Chuoral Uinion
plan, a conmpronoise seas effected,
designed to please every one, and
to do awvay with the dissatisfaction
which existed last year, which has
resulted very successfully. All who
have resereed seats need not spend
extra time; while those who prefer
to take their chances, will find Uni-
versity Hall a much more comforta-
ble place to wait, than in a long
line, in the early hours of the day,
exposed, in many cases, to thue ele-
From thr Far East.
At the Unity Club next M~onday
evening, Mr. B3. B. Nagarkar, of
Bombay, India, will lecture upon
the socialalife of his own country.
Mr. Nargarka has been in this coun-
try for some timie and was the repre-
sentative of the Branmo-Soma] at the
recent Parliament of Religions held
in Chicago. He speaks English
very fluently, and should be of in-
terest to us all the more on that
Wisconsin Again Heard From.
Trhe chances for another inter-
collegiate debate with Msichigan
seem to be very good so far as t1ticlu-
igan is concerned. They seem to
be very willing to negotiate, and
have thus expressed themselves.
This seas announced some time ago
in these columns, and it was urged
at'that time that the literary socie-
ties consider the nmatter.
It was intended, if possible, to
hold the debate somewhat earlier
than last year, and with this end in

Dr. W. W. Gardner, S})vingfrttt,
Mast., says: "I value it orasunexcelleit
preenrtative uo' indigettion, ind a pteasanti
actitilaie rtotik whets proptety'iterttitht
water, anti sweetened."
Descriptive pamnphle free ott appition sto
Rumfard ChemieaiWorkss, Providne,R.I.
Beware oe Subtitutesad Imitatitins.
For Sale by all Druggists.
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A Coimplete Cost
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PI'tCES:Pierveed seat,.00;tli tdmititt-
0. K. BARBER SHOP. t'Lttendiiist roejw iqin Par( eCircle,
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ccin is.3h0ISbathis ftriE5.00.Ltdies' Httir y Rti vd eerved Satsion rate it Waits' Jewelry
DtrssgParlouaputair. Stote.
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P ATRONIZ/E OWEN'S .Bhtt 1urcin Sret THOI L U DR O
OF ANN ARBuOR. E. S. SxsRVISS, - Manager.
Capital,. $5,000.Srptsand Preait, $0,100.
Trantsacts a general hanking iusinsts. Far- JAMEd W. GOODHEW,IFlariat. OGrower sf
rigs euehsatge baught and said. Letters of RoEses, Carnations and Flawers of all vari-
credit prnased ear travetlers ahroad. ety. Flaral designs roadsestpon short natie.
F. BACH, Pees. S. W. CLAR4KSON, Cashier. Na. 1 Ohservstovy atreet, app. ceroetery gate.

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