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December 14, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY

It 4 cit. REDPATIJ GRAND CONCERT
(Continued from First Pane.)

Published Dailby (Sunda y excepted) during
the Gollegs yearat
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
Orrimn Times building N. Main st. opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
J. A. LFtisy, '00, Managing Editor.
G. it. Sims, '99, Assistant.
C. ID. GARY, Gr. L, Assistant.
J,. F. TisoxlAS, 'i, Assistant.
S. E. KxAYrrnx, '98, Athletic Editor,
L. C. WALKEis, 'lii. Bssisess Manager.
R. C. FArLiSs, 90 aM, Assistant.
Associate Editorn.
L. A. Pratt, '96. A. K. Petrie, '408.
C. A. iHoughtosn, '96 D. G. M. Heath, '96 P.
Katherine iReed, '97. lI. 1B. Gammon, '90 as.
B. B. Metheany, '99. Pt. R. Reilly, '9
R. G. Buck,"59951. Susannah iis'dson,'iO
F. A. Miner, '96 i1. E. L. Geismer, '980L.
W.XW. Hughes, '90.
The price of the Dully will remaint as here-
totore, $2.505 a year, invariably in advance,
notwithsstanding the fact that publication
will be continued until Gommsnsemnent.

wcsoel she plays" but "ion x qu!'X(t15itely
it wats rendtered."
She alwvays selects such music toat is
intereatili to her audience aund not
sucs as to show the skill of the per-
fiiriier. Tothis fasct alone sile at-
tribsutes her greeat success oni (le hiatp.
Lunt bill by noo isious least is 'Mr.
Rutdolf Von Scairpal,(lie -woniderful]
pianist.
Mtr. 'Von Searpsa was borii iii Austria
iiid at (lie city of Vienna le estub.
lished his repustaitioni. tislplaying is
confiinsd to 110 speial clais'ssif msusic',
bsut Iis chief suicscsss lii's in tse (ites'-
lsreta'tioni of Chicii's conllosil~tions.
In (isis lie mily lie justly comiparieds
with (lie celebrated Vhadimir lie lacl-
niclin, womolsAnin aibor hadikss'th elas-
sirs'oflhesarinig (two yess agos.
Mi'f. VossiSisis pa is lssy~ond ei tic-isis

Yale-Princeton vn, Memphi.,
A joint eleven miadle up ot Yale ansi.
P'rincetosn football players Xiii play thle
Menipisis Athletic (ceii at Memptuis
on Dec. 260. The follooing is lice an-
nlounlced Iiiahe-up of the Vol-Prilice-
kiln team:
Ends-Cochrane, of Princeton, and
'l'eatlosay, of Yale.
'T'ackles-Church, of Princeton, and
B rowan, of Yale.
Guoards-XXlieeler aissd Riggs, of
Princetoin.
Center-Cross, of Pile.
Quar ter back-P'oe, of Prineton.
HA~IL' backs-bc ttoil host Jerreins, of
Yanle.
Futll backs-Pope, of Priiicstoil.
'lUG 1 OkIADAYS AT GitANCO2OkS.
(Csisses ho not sneertsit Grnlg-er's
As',ss'imy dsiig Ills' Iolislny s. Thses
os-i.ti slgto joiin lie cilste 110owsass
doi s515finishinthitermcciiillMasrchi.
'liii annuaisl iolidasy party viii take
plac'elDe. 27, thei'Fristly betweeni
('listsias ansi'New Ye'ar's Daiy. Slti-
sdtits oandl triendts ainivitsi tosit-
tsend. C;1
XVANTI2).
Three stusdents.00willssonic experience
ill lt".spalps'i'woik six re'port'e'rs. 'osi-
tioni temipoirary. WXorker-s ondy. Act-
lress 's tatling expecrie'nce'. 1". C. D.,
UT. of M. Daiily.

Closing Out
We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
- - WRITING TABLETS
which can be closed out as
folloXws:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 50
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR DOC
GOOD WRITING TABLET. - 8C
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
This stock will not be replaced.
Comne quick for ist choice,
Argus rrimting House. p
This space is reserved
for the Grand Opera
House.

GLEE AND BANJO CLUBS andli is a wosrthy mieimlier to the cx-
c'elle'nt cuoaiiny liso'repsresentss.
Please a Large Audience at Detroit

Last Night.
bask eXelig thes'lisnisseStly gMs'1155
bilijo slubss gsivs'all 'xhsibitionisati
S41Talissbirgi' lls, Dtriioit.
Thss'hlll swas tilisci tolotstuttermsost
by one of Detissit's best iiiiieict's. Nss
ef'tsishai el ;j51st~lre'othsl leptofi
the oluniusi to imake thei' ntel'tliiiiienl
a gissnd successxbohissto 0501'boys indt
thecir asodieces.
There isas not niii empitty chirin i the-
hiocise ahoistevsey box wsis ocesiied.
The Alicisigalo iMilitarey Atoisesly ci
Orchssrsd Lk' hail ess'o'ith(le vests
on (lie left ositheis'haill suitdrecsss'dlin
tbill' solstie uiflorsprle'xtstdlct-
5155lc isli liciii'iirals-i.
'1[she boys oend esi i'peoglilis with
thalt faim~iliar but popularin'song, ."'fle'
Yelsosw'ansi tBl'," sshlichsbrousghit to
the millets of ths'oldlsunithelie icu-
017 of college dasy's, thsose slays of all
thse best., Tule 5iil ruecived, a tremeni-
dostuncre'aiidthe banijo rchbpe-
sentest itself ii aswXer to tii'ero,tisse.
The next fesitures of the ivenoilig was1
'Mike Mcirtry's Wske" byt(hi' tlcs
club follow~sedl ty imandtolin clcub in
"Orientsal Es-hoes Msr-li."
The 110o sppular selections of tse
evening owere frothi De tioven. ate.

bilk - - -ul i tisapsrslis', Ass. 3
i he.s"511o-cilelsIi
(loitifeolid ., ..........
- Fnflsis ''cisiuplcsle, so. 194
.11's8. Btiihopi.
t\'ti'l<ii skli -.....Suveire I' MosCsis

Xlissiwe'll. jI1kofICE.
Msisclsoo'slci - WaltI.i lajior A sclollesenic'Iiolesxainiationlini
l'z. MiiiSs-aeia. I'Iss' for' thi'e. 'lo ss l of s'itrainse'
'ilSihube--it .: .......Srnes';scs.coiiiltisiix soill beho'ldion Fiidaissy,
Mliss Powosll. IDir. 20, at 4 po. iii.
Itonlilstti- - --......La- Zigsi'ii11. S. CAIIHt OI.
Otis lunllihi.NOTICE.
Alo isi'- --.... apies'se Comcet All imeisbers of "00f footbsill teamlsoarc
Mrs. Mcuresy.
Viclxtenps...... ruercau-Meld 'tsileste(Ito10be i atndaisll's tois
Miss i'ow'ell. I 130 o. 0 I arySalqtury. D.XN14,lkat
MSascagc-t -.. (Violiv. Obligtoti) i'uo'ghiem __1:_ip__________________\'G~l
Mrs. Bishiop.NOTICE.

At the Women's League.
The XWoliili's kLsagiie gases'a 's-sly
tlesasitt pilt0'ofa I Milnlll leish1s-,t
cossling. iliss tit-ekley, the isesatilsist
of the leaigile, gave a bref address,
steainlg minily oil the suctcess of t'e
gylitlina im Commiittees, after 'svbili
Xiss Xa'sworoths,(lie Estx~e i ly
woses' itlliaont lecture ,it thOu11oils-
rinsrstiicsrchaoweik ago lb-k Stoilisly
wilt lonig bhoemtIi'iemered by' those for-
tunsike enough to lielie, resid "The
Morsls' Chsristmas Cariroll," ovhircs X'0

Pease first s:ilog "Every Kntighi tso'ust uiactdoihttoy diftereost iersois reptoe-

Haveoc usStsar' frsoml"Thle 1'encing Mas-
tee." tI resins to the encore he
*saig "Oly iii Dreaumos," inhohter of
Do Koven's pieces.
The audienice seemoed highly pleased
wXithc tilenobtle effort iiade' by thelboy's
hut absove ill (here wahs lcotliilhg se
tleasili. so il' liglilfill andt so fansilar
as Ohio old rotlege soings. Alusol~i the
bhest seleelions of thie banjo club wso
the "Palladium-Two Step." The pro-
grosisclosetod withs thin rendering of
"Ann: Arbior, 'tis sith(len we sing."
Among thin mauny patronesses of Olin
eveninig owere Mr1s. Don 1.NDickinson,
Mrs. Mataein S. Smuiths, Mrs. Walter S.
Kussnll, Mrs. T. Arline Mc 'raw, Mrs.
Levi b. Marbour and Mrs. Albert G.
Boynton. -

selski:h(le differentkchriacter's. All
pierforedittheir ptre maiissrkably ow-lli.
After this' pr'ogr'amsiesaci hion0000sgiv'en
a nird on whirls wo-s a.hportion of well
knsoonquoath~ioni. Thseto-ptersonis
ha's-hg the parts of (iso salme qtatiioni
.ctcomni iest earc other to refrecli.
lssesxs, ovliclc overe adiotily seroed ini
thie Y. 'St. '. A. roomss doovushlairs, A
very pleasnt ukevening wa15slspent sod
all went diolue feeling hasst much of
Ohs success was due (c the follovin"
members of committees: M~rs. L~loyd,
Ikra. Wait, Mtiss Mugford, Miss Bacois
and Stis Tutthe.
Wanted- Anooller ' steward. Apply
to Mrs. H. C. Eames, 7 N. State st.
Wanted-A steward at 19 N. Uni-
vem.. ty ave. 61

Thie Castalianhs oilt offer eithsera
rash prise of 1n0k hs sshanteis tollars
or a series of books of equal v-alue
fcr thse best poem sbmitted on or
before Jahnuary 15. k'oesms pertaining
to college life preferred,
Stuet msemsbers of the Political
Science Assciations ran gel. use posh-
lication's as they ccime out by calling
at roomos10, Tapplan Hall, at 01 a. us.
on any day excepit Saturday. Five
numbers are nowy cut ansIa. sixth, de-
voted to city governmsenot, is prhitig.
Memsbershipi, whsichi incluetkhoe pub-
lications, in open to all studens at $0
a year.
CHARLES tH. COOEY,
Treasurer.
THiE OHtO Ct2i.N'V'RALu OMtbEAGE
TItOt IiT.
If you travel onta tosndsimoles
dutrinig thin yeas' youswoill svie lmoney
by purchaosing a thohusahuIO ,ihe ticsket.
Tthe best in the mairke't are thoxe Is-
sued by agents of Ohio Centrach Lillss.
They are good over all the imoportant
systemos including Olin entire B. & 0,
system west of Pittsburg, the Big
Four, etc. See agents of Ohio Central
Lines before purchlasing. Price $20;
good one year.
GRADUATE CLUB.
The Graduate Club wilh moot at the
residence of Preshdent Angell, Tues-
day, Dec. 07, 1893. 7:30 p. m. Prof.
Spalding will read a paper upon "Ex-
perimental Evolution of Plants."
Advertise in the Daily.

At W. S. PARKER'S
Candy Store
Xwe welcsme sail. XWe hail every tifort
to elips heorquaslisy of our condie's
isc day. Every eufort means success
to ox.
Fresh Goods and Low Prices
is or motto. A triusl goseou Candies
ails cons-ince e imost critical.
W. S. PARKER,
Cor. S. State and N. Utniversity ave.
RENTSCHLER,
FRO TOCP.ArHEn T
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
STUDENTS T
01 you warnt good reliable life inisurasnce call
on Fred T.ltMcober, office Nu.b, 5.
Fourth ave.
STUDEN TS.
Takse your iKodak Xwork to
B[BBMAN, THE PHD10GRAPHED,
Sahtisfaction guarsntted. 6E. lluron St.
A BOX OF
Calkins'Chocolates
WMil sweeten the smile
ouf the sweetest girl.
Try it for Christmas
and you wil be sur-
prised. 30c, 60c,
CALKiNS' PHIARMACYin

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