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October 15, 1895 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-15

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Published Daily (Sud y ecepted during
the Col leg year, at
OFFICE: Times building N. ((ain st., opposite
post office.
J. A. Lltisy.'5, Managing Editor.
C. D. A, G. L, Asistant.
S. E. KNArIEN, '3, Athletic Editor.
R. C. P'.sosn, 'Si MBIuoloccoIMauager.
Anocate Editors.
L. A. Pratt, '96. A. K. Ptrie, '0.
C. A. lioughto, 'ii1),D.Ii. 11.Heat, '50 P.
. H. Farrell, 'l. I. B. Gammon '8 1L
Katherlnolteed, '7. G. . Harrison, '(10L
Communications rgardig orign der
n;aii.I itddeosod to G. B. Harrson.
All busisess cosectd with the local sub
scriptio list 01 this paper is in charge o I.
. Meyer, 46 E. william st. All other business
matters ar uder the immeiait direction
of the business mnager.
The price o the aily will reman as hre-
totore, $2.511 a ysar, invariably in adace,
nolwiihslooding tiegfst that plicatin
silli e continuedl until Commescmen.
Law Notes.
P(rot. Ansge'l''l lturesTescday.
. IF. Dtaslhihas withdlr~wnifrosmithe
sen'Iio~.rt'sidencity cntest itortiisslp.
portinig . Dl0. (onry.
dets 111st1a1tend thiril 351qiz se-
All5s'niorl' lhaing l~'seno ot 01)
puss off muststa~ke' tiii'exaiminations
giv'e'n nexi. Strday. This is the las
Ee'tion foi' thei'senirs'alaadss has
beenl rlled by Vie P'iesideit Ingr-
lam fo' Fliday eening at S8i'clck.
after (t' lectureVW'einsday or 'Thisrs
day moirninig.
We call secial attentionl Io the facld
inig class lioss. Dio nolt ask us to
break Ithis iule. Wlv o n oiseveral
occasions admlillitte a ew friendls o11
pupliils Is btlcoiiy antd beein autsei for
the kinldnesss. If yu cre is join osr
dlsses prcure lllelibroili card and
present it at the sdoor. Aar. sld M(rs.
Ross Granllger (Gralgeros Acasdemiy,
PI M(aynard S.
Oct. 16-Varsity vs. Olivet.
Fri., Oct. 18, 4 p. 1n., Ahletic Field-
Annual fall field say.
Oct. 19-Varsity vs. Lake Forest.
Fri., Oct. 2, s p. i., University Hall
-Senator D. B. 11il, S. L. A. course.
Oct. 26-Varsiy vs. Case School.
Two '('ell layers iwantedl for the
Ui~oversity Orcesra. Apply to J. J.
MceClellan, director, at School of MuI-
sic. 'Z
Fine U. of10. Sttioery at Scha-
le's Bookstore, 19 E. Washington st.
At 4 N. Fifth ave., very nicely fur-
nished front suite rooms, furnace heal
and bath. Also table oard for a lim-
ited nuniber.
Fer the biggest (360o pages) 25c note
book go 10 Schaler's Bookstore, 19 E.
Washingon S. 21
Kappa Alpha Theta has entered the
University of Illinois, staring with
foureen charer members.
At Pelnnsylvania tie dues of the
.Atletc Association ayres$ pe year.
Subscribe for the Dily.

LIBRRY AD MUEUM, all sorts of
Interesting Facts ve Concerning Thin RTN A L T
Great Gift to the University-Some - WRTN TA L S
of tne Celebrated Works of1 Art.
wicih can be closed out as
Th'ieelare iiainy chlanges going on ini follows:
the art gllery at preset caused by MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
the distribiutioin of the Lewisrtol-GODRLDTBES10PP3FRIC
letion frssiooits Gquarers i in t' old GO UE ALT,10P.3FRD
chapelil room toI the librarcy antIiiits- GOOD WRITING TABLET, - BC
elnbuiling. This collectin was CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
trougt here last sprinig from told- BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, 35C
water, haviiig brin, willed In the lri- WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
versity by Mr. Htsnry Lewis scsi-ral
years ago, aiii placedl!in the olil capell This stork will not e replaced.
rooiii sntil somelOsiitalhe place could Come quick for first coic.
lie provided. At that lulsttre' were Argus Printiug House.
wls'efainlt rospiecs of illi ort buildinig___________________________
being erected, btstas teselhoes hiave
not miatia'ilized, and s soiiething Go to RANDALL for
iefinite- hailto e liiie ill regardilto /
(lie prlig of liie'collecion, soils'of Artistic kPh1otOs"
liii lust Ipictures re sow tiing tlaced _____
ill the art galleiy 11101sme inth NE GAlERY
The ll.l)llep iiO. c taeelisaboit LARESITPERAING ROOM IN STTE
thirlty piece's of sltatuary, telaltter'_____
halvinig tienlplacin(i 1ithe librar a
lh ie te liiciilli''ciit ionws recelvsedi.NO 15 WASH INGTON BLOCK,
ilailiy outhe iii' ingari ,glo 1(st valu-b Ann Arbor, M1ic.
le( wirks ut art, and11froiisthe Ib-ishi__________________________
t artists iwithi aivord-waiue illtillTa- BO F TLTC
(el.)I. ((hr. csis s511111years il heTH BOK F AHL IC
silectioinl if this talaxy' of oilt and, in AND OUT-OF-DOOR SPORTS,
ll priioability, ixpindledin iithe iiiigh- ocn iv B
borhooedu of $3001101fil' itOshlurclase, NRM~iAN W. IINGIIAM0, JR.
so'e paininlg aloine'costillgt $25,000ll. Cptain iof the bMott Huven Team, 105.
Thlis is "'The 'linus" by Wit. A. _____
tioigilerelis, whoi is slcicidedl tii' This uiquejt bosh is sit atleic symposim
tiii geaest fignu' pinlhter ill tile cntibsued to by wel-nowns amtusr, e-
ivorul.'i'ie fonlllsAlhigsri'll P int4eediand college telm-cptin.Harvalrdi,
word. he amos Alegricl fin Vogle, nd ote letdigcoleges re rilre-
ing urcasedby . T.Steart t asetid. Foodall, 1bsehll, tenis, goi,
hog ur~olis'ilby A 'I. Stwls'l 1tcaicke et, hrdling 1116 tracks athletics, ytch-
csst of $75,000(1 was aotoher of lis uas- loing. nkating, bicycling, etc., are pratieally
ad sggestvely trted. One vol., cloh,
leriieces. 8vo., prognsey illttstraed, $i1.50
This'llgest painting in tile.,estire For sale by all bookselleru.
isllection is sue IbytGuilam nt 'itledl THE LOTHROP PUBLISHING COMPANY,
"The Surrendier of Lee," wiInloulas-__ 92_Pearl___Street,___Boston. _
sres apiproiximhately t1en0f s t long bymm
ight widleaiod is vailleil at$211,00.O I T A I
It gives a vivitd descripitisin of tot
r0o11 in whoicho Gt'l. Lee sndhleleti
to Gei. (liant, April 9, 1tt65,hand is T. .& C. Ry. K. & M. Ry.
cosidereit the nmost ihtopsttolt isor.
dSolid tlohtresintosbette en Toedo, OGito,
ictl ptaintinog in'(he Uniteds tales at osd Chro eison, W. V., va tCoumbs, the
the present tittle. Bonheur is also shoedtsilt only diectd route.
repiresenledin.iite collcio iniher BiETWEEN
beautifsil painting, "Grtce Bifore Toledo, .
M(eat." "Baby's Breakfsst" and Findlay, .
"Sleepiing Beauty" ore wo fanous pc Kenton, .
tures in this colection. Columbus, .
Besides the colecion tbrougt Athens, .
here last spring there still rerasins Middleport, .
thirtyseven pictures in the hoiie rei- Pomery, .
tence of the alee(rs. Lewin Dennis, Pt. Peasant, W. Va.
oveir wvhichi a dispute has arisen. i, Richmond. Va.
is claimed by the UnTtivrsity that these Petersburg, Va.
belong to the collection as proviied for Old Point Comfort Va
in tie iill of Mr. Lewis, lit the heirs 'Williamsburg, Va.
hold a different opintion. At the death Newport News, Va.
of Ais. Lewin Denmis, the matter was Norfok, Va.
placed in the hands of 11. H. Barorw, And ol souteastern points. Elegant
of Cicao, b ,'whoma sit hs Aeldrawing room cars on all thosgh traits.
of Cicag, bywhiin asuithas een Foe uther inormatidon call on your local
instituted in this Wahtenasv county Thcebe Agent or wrie,
M(OULTON HOUK. Geni Ps'. Ag...
court wiochl will cone up oattihe corn Toledo, .
session, W. A. PETERS.OMichigs Pas. Agent.
ln e so Detroit, Mih.
Will furninh music for receptions. GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING.
damcig parties atud etertainnonents oTwev easo teaching in Ann Arbor
wihall f83pupils lst sesntnr1e a
all indls. Satisfaction garaneed. -uutelead guarantee as to see ability to tesch
Callon r adres F. . Ac~tnerdncing as it hold be. All classes sreeu-
Coilon r adres F T.((I~inerdee the pessnl ihtrution ofIM. nd irs.
SMs., No0 1 S. Forhlivae., or (toss Ros rage. Memes of the Amerii'nn
Naitional Associat ion of Masters f Ian~ing.
Spence, Secy., at School of ((usi. F'sr inorton r;osding classes and terms
____________callnhian the office, ground flor 0 Mynard t.
Anl elegant suite of roonms, aloe a cirular at usie Stre or Mailed.
single roos, both steam heeted, at 12
Mfonroe s. Chance for tutor to give Advertise Your Wants
private lessons for room. Lady pro-
ferred.in The Daily.

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to give yotm an art supplement
with the U. of M. Daily every
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year. We aim to give a thor-
oughly representative, up-to-
dale University newspaper, cov-
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There's no Contradiction
to the fact that the U. of H,
Daily is the only paper whieh
can make you this oer. It has
iso competitor. If you feel aiy
interest in the Utnivrsity you
will receive tiore than your
noney's worth froms your sub-
scription before the end of the
football seasos.
Grand Opera House.
Otis Skinner
Dhrection oh.T.J. 1.Bicley, presenting his
new and successul play,
Villon, the Vagabond.
Seat now on sale,- Mody, Oct Id4,'5, at I
Oclock p. i., at wlatts' Jewery tore at 1.05
oe oxes, $1itt foe parquet ad 75c foe dress
Georges beiy and Boarding Barn
Phone 14. Good Hacks and Livery
'mwn on hatd. Enure foe Gerges
94 and 941 E. Hill St., Ann Arbor..
Horses Boarded nd well cared or.
Gentle Driving Hoesafor Ladies.
~ C n si SATE
Tu r Call sn them for
line Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Gloods.
Try Or Lunches.
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