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October 08, 1895 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-08

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THE U. OF Al. DAILY.

0f#1+4 LP Calw
Published Da ily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OearcE: Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
J. A. LutRoy, '96, Managing Editor.
W. A. SIL, '96iL, Assistant.
C. D. Coisy, Ce. L, Assistant.
S. E. Koorres, '00, Athletic Editor.
0. B0. lH~AION, '96 L, Buasiness Manager.
Rt, C. F'AULS~, '00 AT, Asst. Bosiness Mngr.
Asnociato Editors.
;.. A. Pratt, 'P6. A. K. Petrie, '08.
C. A. tioughton, '96 D. C. M. Beath, '96 P.
C. H5. Farrell, 'OS. H. iB. Common '0081M.
Katherine treed, '07.
The price at the Daily sill remain as here-
tofore, 1.50 a year, invariably is advance,
notwithastanding the foct that publication
will be contiasediuntili Commencement.
All ceditors ott the Doily stoffaore
expected 1o be ast the oriesit 7:x30
o'clock this eveing.
Tbere is room on the Daily booedl
for two or mnore '97l studenits, ond sit
fat' there ore no aisplirosits from this
eols.- Niinety-seven is tbe easos tbe
Doily should dratwcii most lasrgely
for next yeoarad she should be well
represeintedt now on the boord.
Communication.
It inoy os well be aold first as loot
thaot iebigaili locks eniliusiassii. The
power to eniibsse seemso foreigma to liii
nauret of itosiieiiba'rs. Ini the tear-
tice'goines 0n1 lie Athdleiield ap-
lautse is seldomiaheiard.. and iii the
reit meeting at lUniv'ersity hall
I'rof. tKnowltoiiactasilly illst to coax
the stsidents to gise the college yell.
And yet nothinsg is so0 liporianit to
the success of the *d'iii this year as
this elemntt of enthuasiasin. A piye'r
whitfeels thtstWis ce-ry actions is
wotehed tintdtippreciated is capatble of

RESER3VES STRONG.
Good Showing Against the 'Varsity
Yesterday.
Th' condidates store tiven tan 1hone
of punting ond signal practice yester-

$100,000 WORITH 01' GOODS IN
JEOtPARDY.
An Enmhorrossed 'Merchont Seek Rt-
lief in. Aim Arbor,

day ofterisoon before lining up. John- Thousoands Sacrificed to Stay a Dreod-
son was tried at center but diid sot ed Cataostrophit.
seiem to tokoe sell to that ptositiont.
'the signlal practice dev'elope'dalit in- A t 30 E. turon st., neorly opposite
terferene ssell. the Hamiiltons block in tis city lhcre
At 5 o'clock the teams ind ips. Thle will he put oii sole for seven doys, be-
scrubs held their osso ss'ell a-aaist the ginning Satuardoy, Otober 12, ort'J
'Varitiy, Waumaeler at cente chart;- o'clock ta. iii., a large stock of men's,
sa~ tar sith good effet. Both boys' and children's clothing, brought
from the waYtrerstoins of one of the
Johnon' ptyeda stosa gae 1101largest ws'holesale dealero iai Detroit
thoussghsrather snesw'it thi" gasn'5Nstill 'This concrern, forced by the lnald
probably developin sto goodt ieieti lie' thes, wsill sell off. t portion: of their
fore the season is over. Ferbert and stock sit reteail ini ordler to sneer peess-
Villa went through for some good lng obligationis. "As oiie serson's loss
-i, .IAT-4 ,, .-,,- ,- is lilotlier's gaiia," so this sole offords

i

Sone or twos-ogodtarns. G ritfin, tie cx-
'Warsity layler 550 s t ils altiaght
tackle for tse leserves out held his
oswii lgainist 'Villa. -htslies anid Duffy
bothslayltedlquarter trick iiigoodi
shapile, lindlBlooiaigstoai spt pa
good g;ace 01 fush back. Senter wais
sisa, lustaditd nast get inato tile line-sap.
its his knee is stllt in badshOlape.
Faculty Connects Begin.
L~osers of inusole will be gladt to
leoain thai the first concert in the Fdae-
slty Concert series will be rivena
'Thiarsday es-enialag, (Oct. 11, in aFreee
MtemtorialHatI. 'The seiescosists of
ten cancerts, fitv'sof tiena giveni tin-
iag cacti semester.Oni accosintaof lt'e
great poptularity of these concerts, anst
lihe fart thai tse numsber oat tictkets is
limaitead, it would toe best to secsure
tickets as soon as possible. Tickets
swill be fouiid on sale at Aloore & Wet-
msore's, Mtain st., Ann Arbor Organ
to., C'alkinas' Drug Store, Statle st.,
and at tie School of Mlusl'. Price sat
admitssion is $1 for hhse concerts, sin-

latler wvork than it lie tar subject toI gle conceris 25 ceints.

aliee old criticism of ass uasyiaiatiiic
croswd. Cultisate entlialsiassia, or 155-
stame' it if yosu have it slot, std tius
to tie exteant that you eniusoewsill
you he'lp to stin the galie. Anad let it
ho pnt doss-i here iti tll confisdence and
perfect assurance not to be erased
or to be forgotten, that if ;his ijuality
of enthusismn is early developed at
Ann Arbor, is-len Michigoan is thironghi
with ltarvard, not all the kings'
horses and all the kings' men will be
able to pnutlie together again,
W. T. Livingston, of R. IH. Fyfe &
Co., Detroit, ssill be in Ann Arhor at
the Cook House, Monday, Tuesday and
Wc'rjdiesday, Oct. 7, >i and it, and will
he pleased to shosv h. of M. memubers
a full line of samsples of all the neswest,
latest and best mnetropolitan styles of
Moote, shoes, slippes, rubbers and
oveshioes for fall anti witer st-ar.
Aliong which lire thie celebrated "Fyfe-
Fool-Form" shoes.
Very desirable tight and well ven-
tilated single rosin with heat at 2(1 E,
William st hRent reasonable. Would
heard party renting it Call at the
hoose. 31

so granadtopirtunrliity to the people oft
Anal Airsor suit vicinaity to laly ini a
statptlb of sinter cloting chieaps.
Gosods ssill be sold for less luau the
coat of soaking, esveli less thana -h cents
on the dollar,. 0 order to ralize inoiiey
qiset. Nothiing ini the anatusre of bank-
ruapt or lire diamlaageit gooads arc here
offeredt for salle, btthlirtest iprodutt
of at larege Dtrtoit swhlolesales'clothinig
house, maade loipil tha lst fatsin-
oble styli's, sill be sold, and foe less
thans the asctual cost of saaing. Eser.y
asrticle sold ss-oranl~edala repreenited,
assis osaty onte price to ev-e'ryonie. Fl-
hissing arc a fe'wvplaces svhichtshsosv
hoss se'riossis Otis'sittuastiosa.
Eiteehlesetoi eassimi'ee sits,
svortha $8, $10 anud $02 for $3.07; splens-
dish chiesiot suits in single ad oust bosle
breasted, $4.75; elegant Nottingiaasa
tweeds, rhesas lt $15, at $5,.15, Silk:
inixed ssorsted stiltsstaid es'erysvheire
sit $18 amid $201, for $0i.78. itansaiae
tailor niosde suits at $8.00. Greast
stormelnistero.,lhigha collassash extra
Ionag, storthi$14, $10'osid $18, at1 $3.9O.
C'hinchillabeas-e overcoats, very due-
ashle, it $4.75. Heavy tssilled rost-
mere overcoats, sotih $20, at $5).05.
Closing Out
We have left a fate stock of
all sorts of
--WRITING TABLETS
which can he closed out as
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR DOC
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - BC
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
This stock siill cot he replaced.
Come quick for first choice.
Argus Printing House.
THE BOOK OF ATHLETICS
AND OUT-OF-DOOR SPORTS,
NORMAN V. hBINGHtAM, JR.,
Captain og the Mott itaven Tram, 185.
This unieheboot in an athlettc nymposium
contriuied to by well-hknown amateurs, ex-
prsand college tesin-captains. Htarvord,
Yalfe, and other lreadinag colleges are repre-i
sented. Psotball, haseballt.enis, gotf,
crickset, hurdling and tract athletics, yacist-
ing, stating, bicycling, etc., are practicatty
and suggestively treated. One psi., cloth,
8vs.,profusely illustrated, $h1.4
]ar sale ty nih booksellers.
THE LOTHROP PUBLISHING COMPANY,
92 Pearl Street, Boston.

Ktersey top coats, Etigish snake, sorth.
$22, at $8.50. A large lot of Harriss
cassimere boys' suits worthi $ at $3.75.
tPine twilled suits, worth $10, at $4.90.
t'hihdren's suits, bargains at $.50, for
$1.25., Hundreds of strong sokng
pants.~storth $.75, at G9 cents. Thous-
antis of heavy denitn overalls with bib
and suspenders, storths 75 cent, now
25 cents. Alt Wooh undestear 45 cents
ecrloSuspetnders 9 cents. It sih pay
you to romte 00 miles to attend tiis
sale, as it is such n opportunity that
conies but ostce in a lifetime. ].eadess
of thts artice sill do their friendsia
favor by miention this sale to thms
sitd the ocatiosn of the store, sthich is
No. 30 E. Hurton 0., nearly ophosite
Hanmiltona block, Ann Arbor, ttich.
Sterhtahts diesiring to repenisht their
sock would do set'o1 attend thbis sae.
(hoods sold foe castsosly. Tstenty-ive
clothing salesmns wanted, appy at
storerWednesday 06h. sa.
NOTCE
All frosattiiastho istendi tohplay
footballhh is seasonu are eihatrted to
maect ini Roomas911of theicnoiuhiding,
'W'd'edaa'isy ev'chitg the 9th, a. 7
Wohohsshiarh."
NOTICE.
There will be a iaeeting of ctndi-
aates for the '98 football teana Wed-
tnesay laftcrntoon,thae9th,lt 4 hi'in.
For the biggest t(800 pages) 25c noe
book go to Shalle's Bookstore, 9 E.
Washington t. 21
All students' supplies at Mumnry's
Drug Store.
This space is reserved
for the Grand Opera
House.
HANGSTLIIILIR
UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL FOR DANCING
44 AND 46 S. STATE ST.
B. M. Aovt, w. L. TLeR,
27 Thompson st. P. . Boc.
STUDEN4TS.
Tate yer Ioda wok to
BERRYUMA, THE PHOIOIRAHER
Satisaction garanteed. 65E. Huron St
ALARM CLOCKS
PO 70 CTS. AND UP
WMt ARNOL 'S,
Jewely Sine..
ANN ARBOR
STEAKV LAUNDRY CO.
High Gloss ansiDemetle Finis.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 S. FPOURTH AVE.

Choral Union Tonight
P'rof. Stanley ansiousnas's thhat the
Chsoralh Uniossmetiacs 017::30 shiaripjn
hiez'r eaneorial Hsshl, 'fnesdsay evetn-
lug, Oct. S. hntrsdhstg appichants iaay
trosenttthienisoes 00that tmae, an
aiply ot the otfice of thse Usiversty
School of Music betsteen the hours of
1 atnd 7:45 p. sn., or 4 to +3. T'flod
msesmbers are earnsestly requiested so be
present in orderethsat seastmuay hr
assigned asidOhio rehearsals nay be-
ghn tummediately.
Pay Your Subscription.
All those whaolout, thesir asmsowsn
oin the football subsripthon list sit to
miass meoting the otherr nighit alt nO-
quested to pay the anonis at onsce to
Y.' 'W. Hughes, treasiherer Atletoic
Association, Phi Kappa Psi souse.
FOR KENT-1 suhtable room foe a
couple of gentlemen, or twvo rooms for
light house keeping. No, 0 Fetch st.
Fitrnished or unfurnished. 37
Frank C. Smith, teacher of the vio-j
lin. Studio *at the Ann Arbor Organus
Co.'s store. 37

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