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January 19, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-01-19

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Daly (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, by
THE U, OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Sbscription, price*,, 50 per year, invariably
in adane in Icacopie ,3 ents. Sborip-
tone may -be left at the office of the fLaLY,
at Stoftt's, eith ay of the editors or
authoriedtsolicitor.
Commuonoications shold reach the office by
7 ocloch . ns. it they ae to apper the et
day. Abtres all matter intended for publica-
tics tot the Managing Editor. All buines
comnticationso should be oet tt the Bui-
sesMiaeta.
THE U. of Mi. DAILY
Ann Arbor Mih.
EDITORS.
E.J.2. t r co, Lit. 114, liaetgioc tditor.
C. A. liesloIN, Lti. '93, Acislt11.
W. 77, touc, Lit '95Asis tat.
11allfA ]MtE C0 . SHAW, Lit. '1, Asistant.
S, i. Cr. rts. P. (. Lit., Iuinss Maer.
%1 V. W. EA1~ rro t. ii'4, Al-isacl
A.BI,1-111,t94,JAsdi-ant
7. oti7u~ le 09: e1- .sttl taii '3
H.1B.11 Il lyllllO.1 t L. w.ll011101101 1105
N100111 slowers.'.100011111 Ii
UR p~1Arof-r. tie.g-t 700w1e 1110
C.00,000 71)01 11Jgb,.ytstert'Iy. I
holiito11010Hotread th 661300;s rot
oet l patedivineyDfAILeDIL
supof-rwaler fromthe aWauet
Wiorks Cii.to hlig hesteiotoy. ur
shaukld0hfv11110ato $tile 3ouriernor
tir coutesydel iritingthe DALLeY
from ther press.
TP111 Daily Cardinal piblises tie
challenge ftr a deate and makes
the folowing eitorial comment,
from whicieh it seetms arragements
may he mate witi tiat uivrity
dentls of ttheUniversity o ihiganlil
ferait ouersimediate1attentson Theii U
110110.onc11and'Iterte 1t tanit be
lege meeftntg is 911111 toiblotelldt 99
eachilsieety 'ppit t itn0110a.1commit-
tee 99h11s0 liuty it shalii be to repotIt
theletlege neetllg wett calet. Thett
appear to le toaniy caeslll t tieaSt
Taegesoelt of te fouest which would
be for the best interests of botiniisti-
tutiinsl. Thse imatters will require
some time. 'Therefore we0 lige ta
the work of ivestia tng these propo-
sitions be begun at one.
ALTHUGHo the regents have only
thrown out the suggestion that $40, -
000 would e very acceptable at
this time to complete the gymnasi-
um, it is to be hoped that the legi

lature will exercise its liberality
sufficiently to place that building in
a condition where it will be of use
'to students of the present gensera-
tion. From thec out-look at present,
the state is the only source from
which the money can be had to fin-
ish the gym in some years. Of
course there is always the possibility
of a big donation, which is always a
very narrow possibility in the case
of Michigan, although Mr. Water-
son's liberality proved a noble ex-
ception. The students and alumni
cannot be looked to for muauy thsous-
and utore, even should another ap-
peal. be made to their purse. The
only apparent way out of thec difft-
culty is in appeal to theT state. Thle
students base shown their interest
ill a mlost practical svay; the neetd
of a gyumnasiutm is a crying onef, aud
carries wvitis it its 0551 reasons for
existencee; tile condition of tlhe
builing as it wvill stand iincomo-
p1 leted, is entirely useless antI ho-
moiliatinlg. 'T'he money iinvested
wviii he w~ithoult retu~rns. Th'ie legis-
lature will probably never find the
needs of the University smller thtan
at presenot, althougho they are great
enough. The DAILY earnestly Hopes
the legislature svill tukeclue cog-
nizaance of the existing iflets, anti
persuade thtemselves thaitilhe great-
est institultionioflcarnigon 10tile
wvest shldtt have a f111slcd gymnas-
ium.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
A sinle Bathi, hot orIllidfoir11
cenits, lit tile Pootollite Bariber Sillp.
P'OLJIEMISjulst Iloith of ttle lost-
ofto.e11110 thle best Ihacks, caritages,
and11 horses ill tile fity.Iry 111111 tf
Leat-c ordiers for the 1t e cin it
the Pitutofflee 10116Optera 1H0use 11051
stans "r0so
"Rchan)-re Wr te 7e~q, or.

LIKE FINDING MONEY.
By Going to Wahr & Miller's and save from 25c, 5oc and 75c on every
pair of Shoes as wve must reduce our stock to
nmake room for Spring Goods.
Flee Footwear Dealers,
48 SOUTH MAIN STREiET.
W AGNER & CO., will sell
NECKWEAR At b
FROM JANUARY 15i-21.
Tailors and Furnishers.

Is the LEADONG SCHOOLOF sUSNSS.nag.bs-
nietbulildling; niceteachers; large nttendance;
good discilpllie;011p0riowok; ellioupplied reading
000101 "daily lecturst; Satrdaseen~ingreleptions;
oethle entieear; comercotilal gradalotoengroat
demlad; htheiand graduatoeoalltsecue poitos;
la:rg exp~eses 2.tatos2.5poerswekin private foml.
_e0. Fo awfCAAOGUEansd Lst ftudesob
cake postiionsofruo eoekutoweek, adress
P. R. CLEAIOT. Prs..
F8$2,00, $3.00, $4.00, $5
I Fist Chits and Warranlted ll 11
Esveiy Way.
_ Doty 8& Feiner.

Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan Railway.
Time Carditntoeff-ct Sunday. NoN,. thl,I -
Detatur-erofl.Drainsat AnnsIArbor.
No. 3. Pissl'oAnnlArb~orAcc-ol'. 12000111n
No.b. SMail and Yfasoolger*....- 425p.II
lie. t01. Paslseger tlunday ccly)i..t...110 c.m
N Gd SliOING OTH
No. I6.'Titledo Altccloodion 111111 itta. i.
No. toe. Pseg Snay onl')--1-111100p.0111.
C0e11001 Standard Timo.
'flatly exceplt Suntday.
ETrains 11011 1 ad 100n 1111twee'roleollaod
Oosotonly-. tledllod Fase.
.rais 11nd111 Irun0 bitween Attn Arot-itni
Toledoonlyy,111exce11ptin.
clher tratins dily 0 cCeet Sunday.
W5. n1.BENNETT, t. . G 1110D
Ge.O a.Ae nt.'ooalltAgent.

7I Tm S = TT
And reader of "The Daily" is cordially invited to attend
SHEEHAN & COMPANY'S
HOLIDjAY +m OK + SALE,
Wte bave tlho Nicest Goods foi-tlio Leasi Monoey.

The University Booksellers,

- MSate Street.

Not 0111y in1r0111, bt intoalldottor
Jewely0111011., ourvrity is riebchai
DIAMONDS
OPALS
EMERALDS
PEARLS
RUBIES IN SELFl O1
TUNQUQISES COMBIlNATIONt
ETC., ETC. CLUSTERS.
WvATCHS iSosoy s 11000 000r1m100
watchfl care00. It isouoraim to procure
oly tile Iiot perfect timepieces the
woorla produces0. Inadditio to all the
famousl makes we ash special attentio
tc 0110 on specialFi. G0 ., S. &Coo'
mov-ement The melt perfectly-bal-
anedO movement extant.
WOODWARDF
AVEONUJE F.G
AND STATE M T"r
STREETTH,
D ETRIOIT. SONS
* . &co.

GRAND OPERA HOUSE. RNTSCHLER{,
_10IEK SLD 1CEI oModjeska 10 comning Utti te (siuiI g a h
operaous exi t 11bMndliy Inigit, allid CttfNl'lt OIAIN .AND0 IUi.os~i r5.
to the rank1an iliie of theater gio-rs
this speaks escinaes hait se3 a'"U FE A H -S
golig 1tolpresenit Iis a seconldalit coil AIPPE A IO
sidtIn ft~l ot s sli n 11 eery11o1e itt ANN A11 711 051ONi GhT.
lies interelttifonls 110a11011ptiltctioIl
tha 110nll- othei irtists w91 lisi 1ttthis IOND.AiY, JAN.23.
city. Shakespeire's gte-at tgey oft
"Macbth,"l hossever,95wiii Ut the bill s T-
anld assh-leIlls neveraer ied tin1this ]1 04O )D V 2JS = -.\.
A-pliy lieebetoote, heotm~llig swillbeoa
treat lIn hlet com~panyslloNi h iea~d- 5U'POiITEO l3Y
ed bty MlOtts Skierslit ilso 101110 MR. OTIS SKINNER
A. Laite lid IBitRogersItheo vb testAtld heon coemspany Illplay-ers is 10 artistic
represetatives of the old legitinmate presentat1ion If
schol of actin~g InowOinithe Osupport of M A :3TPr
ainy star. Ml. Lante sluppoitedl iotoro,
McCullough, Boothe, ]Barrett, Charlotte Mr.JhnAs Lady Maceth.
Mr oh .Lane 01stoaebetll.
Cushnman antd, ini fast, nearly lall the Ttor tnder directicn Frank Ls. ucrlcy a0002.
Shtakespearean stars of thle last hl~sf J. Oluchlor.
century. PRICES. $1.50, $1.25, and $1.00.
" - Snalo of scale begisboiday morningat
Ninety-five canes-All lholders 0B. F. watts' Jewelry Store.
of '95 canes muot leave them at ( Zp y
Arnold's jewelry store, in street, G .
by Thursday in order to have "'9" 1GA11'
engraved on them free of charge, as PU VI
per contract. COMMIlTTEE. NO. 12 W. HURON ST

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