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October 29, 1895 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-29

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THE U. OF M. DAILY

Published Daifly (Snday ecepted) during
the Colegs year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
GueICE: Times builing N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
J. A. Letos, '0, lManging Editor.
0. B. 11,55050(0, '01 L, Assistat.
G. tR. Pess, ', Assistant.
C. D. CasY, G. L, Assistant.
S. E. KArris, ', Athletic Editor. a
L. C. WAtso,li. lBusiess Manager.
R. C. FaUt's, '00 M, Assistant.
Associate Editors.
L. A. Pratt, '0. A. K. etri, '8.
C. A. iougito, '05iD. G.0.Ati. iea, 05 i.
Katherine ed,'9"C i. B. Gammon,05 1M.
J. F. Thosas, '7. W. W. lighes, '00.
B3. B. Metheay,'0. I. i. Ieilly, 9
R. C. Bc, 9 M.
The prie of the Duly will remai as hre-
toaoe, 0.50 a year, ivrably in adace,
notiwlsh~tandissg the act that pbliatin
wil e cntinued utlCommecemenet.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
TIhe 0. o1f1M. detlisoiety wlliihioli
Monday e's'iiiig, ZNov. b, at .9S'locsk.
Tihere' tie sibot eighty stdtiosoe-
i'oiled l 110the iiPiarmiacy DD'partmienit
etas.
The misiotly uinio prye'r meein~lg
of the Studets' C'hristiani Asociltinl
wviis' e hlvd iniNewsberry Hull tomior-
r0ow'ev'iiiig lioms 7 01)7:0 orilok.
ins AiiiiAlbotoer'll'Sniidy aindiyster-
dtay' 15''lilto) Detiti, sswieie'tiey
played: thlie' Michign Mtilitary Aade
soy eleven.
Osing ito is dethin111e fc' ulily of
Mo. Dwyer, Mi. Hug.he los take'nhus
plaii' c ondutlig te is yelr lw"'e
class iii Con~trcts, during the ici'0lkiess
of 'rof'. Knoll~ton~l.
Mr. 'olTa 'iFi CouiaCiniese s t-
denot, ini the itrary lleit'tiett, wili
givei altuk cii"SomelIn iteeting
'ihin'gsoutnthe his 'ineise," a1till'
methodist slisrll, 'T'hutrdaly tvnlig.
'i'heAillph usciet isll ould1111ito
membelilrs hve e'tr'linded srwistot
iplaces. Alliiotierswholswisi to i'ter5
shoiiidisoet' Sr. I. I+igehret at ors.
"(Ciat," Bay Citys (Mii.) illstatet
wekiy iha aicorrespitodent it tilt
Uivi'ersity aiid deotes eCositrtle
saoer earihwsek to ii ver itr'stig
letter. 'Tiere arabot45sttudie'ts
atteindig liii'University tuis 'y'ar
HUNTEIRS' lA1,.
Agents of Ohio Cenrai Liles ait'
seiiig'Bolters' Tikeslste ll inl~t
in tiie hiniting te'ritriy sat iuniters'
rates. SIP Ohio Ceitri Agnsi.Sil2
To' see Staber's wiows, 25 S.
Very peasat rooms t 3G Ciurh
t. Fu'rnace hea. A few boder
desired. 30
Found-A pocketbook. tquire adOil
E. Washington t. .

Wrd Studies.
"Dago," an applied to an talianI
incorrect 00s weli as impolite. It isa
contraction of Diego, pronounced "De-
ay-go," the patron saint of Spain.
All the older forms of "good-bye" ex-
press the ame idea. "Good-bye" is
"God be with yo" "Adieu" and
"adios" are "I commend you to God."
A neighbor is merely a "nigh boor,"
or the nearest farmer. "Boor" is in this
snse not an epithet, but the equivulent
of "Baer" in German, or "Bter" in
Dutch.
The Bwery boys, themselves dwell-
ers on a street named for a farm or
"bouwerie," uise "farmer" as an epithet.
Both "villa" and "town" swere for-
merly used to mean a farm, Gradually
the former came to mean a country resi-
dence, the latter a collection of houses.
"Peek" was at first merely a baset 01
any size. "Furlong" was a furrow 1ong.
"Rivalo" were those who dwelt on the
same brook and were apt to quarrel
ahout the water.
I)(N"i' AIL
'illse1e'stller's OIllol, 2-j -5.
Mlen on comimssonf6PE71H1011 St
MOORE & WETMORE
6GS. MAIN ST AND STATE ST,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
UNIVERSITY- TEXT- BOOKS!
New and SecondHand
Note bo ok sld otelr StdetsSplile.
Founltlines, 'lIHine Stlionesry, sporisg
Goods, etc., 11hich1 they offer at tie loest
prices.
Coll and see us before Puchaing.
TrHE
KINDERGARTEN BILLIARD HALL
li-sotle soly folseetles ill tescty
Whollesale cgs an' ,sd totacco and cigar-
cttes.
Railroad + Ticket + Brokers.
Monlseytouloall 051prsoall peopery.
THE BOOK OF ATHLETICS
AND OUT-OF-DOOR SPORTS,
NGORMAN W. iBINGIIAM, It.,
Captain of tie MtttRaven Tem, 195.
This u uboklle1001iss tleti symposium
Coi tebuteli to by wel-nowielI naleos ex-
pees and coellel-eeteam-apains. Halra'rd,
Yale, al osier ladig 'collegsre repre-
.sessed. Foi~losll, lbaseball. essnis, golf,
crice hu srdlinlg and tealeliathletis, ychlt-
leg, shatig,bieeineg,ec., ue prcticlly
and sggesively terated One yl., Cot,
8osI., pesfuselyillustrlased,S$130.
F or sale by all booksellers.
THE LOTHROP PUBLISHING COMPANY,
2 earlStree, oston.
E: A Look
-AT-
erviceabe
6 N MAIN Si'

Closing Out
We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
- - WRITING TABLETS
whticti can be closed ot as
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, IGD PP. 3 FOR IOC
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - 8C
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
'WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIE OR LB.
This stock will not be replaced.
Coose quirk for first choice.
Argus Printing House.

This §pace is reserved
for the Grand Opera,
House.
Lowney's Chocolates..
HotUiLunches.
TUVTTLE'Sk, 4%~S. State St.

II

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He's
Going
To
Do
It.

AND WHY ?
The bicycle only weighs from 19 to
23 pounds, but he wants the best. It
doesn't break down you know. Then
again.
He thinks of selling bicycles and he
wants scmeihirg that is "36~5 days
ahead of them all," so he buys a
KEATING,
If you follow good ideas you'll fol-
low his anti buy a Keating.
A postal, Unole Sam's aid, and you
have our catalogue.
Keating Wheel Co.,
Hlolyoke, ]Mass.

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