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January 20, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-01-20

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THE. U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, by
THE U OF M INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Stbscriptiontpriceml2.50 per year invariably
i advane egle opitees :rens. Subsrip-
ttons may ie left at the ottiee of the DAILY,
at Stottet's, wit anty ot the editors or
athorized solicitor.
Ctmmunicatins should reach the otfice by
7 o'cltuck P. . if they are to appear ele net
day. Addres all mastter intended for public-
tlea to the Managing Editor. All business
cotmmtuncations sold e ent to tese Osi-
nest Manager.
THE U. of M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Nih.
E.2 zsecEDITORS.
EJ.OTVALit. ', Managing Editor.
C' A. Dessso, Lit. . Asistant.
W. E. Bses.tLit '9, Assistant.
MRGA 50Tr0 U. OSAW, lit. '.t, Assistant.
S. W. CU 'tsso.1. 0.Lit., lusiness Manager.
A. BALEYsir, eat. '01,Asoostant.
t. A. Titttsty, ', 5'. .EPrest, '0.
1. . 'olse, '11. 1. 5. S olzt ,19 .
5I11.Gammon, '94. I. \i' Weber, 't.
Normtan lowseo.'510. stt A..
itus+oso T.ivssC.. N.lotots'o9'3l
5. K. Ste rt . ' J .11t. A till.'9d.
KtattiE .OtcFarlutd Speciasl.
'Pt 1011sill be a shot but isi-
portant tmeeinlg o the 1)11 .1 board
t11i0 eveninsg, at 7:30.
'Te DAi v etitors wis to ac-
ktnowvedge the gift of a full voltme
of No. II of 111e D.-is,rons J. C.
'Travis.
Tlii'annual catalogte of Iarard
'(oliege'con'so ourO ftable. It is
an eaborate compilation ofiere-
sources asd present codiiosn of
t1h01 institutlion. 'The enrolment
numl~bers 2,966.
'1110Detoi Tribune, swiisciar-
acteristic isteret in tie University,
editorially atvocates libeai treat-
ment fromh file egiolature. TIhe
toubling of thec one-tweitieti of a
nmil tax, it thinks necess ay. Tie
general tone of tie appeal is c01-
densed its the last paragrapl, whlicu
reads as follows:
'rho reqtets m3011 by tie board of
regeniol 0tsa ilto 50a' extruvgant.
Thtey soldt be granltted insufis by te
legilature.'TihetUivrsity oust tot
be alowd tosustffer from11pnurly. It
muilst ibo givens 0am110e11011110to acomi-
plish5 the grlat objects of its fotunda-
ttio. et fle legislattreeat libr-
ally withu the tIsiversify sf Aichigat.
't110 gradate students of Cornell
have what thuy ternm a "Graduate
Stodents' club.'"'For tieir personal
utse tiuey hare 0 6130 new club house,
convesuently located, and havisg
the daily nwspapr, periodicals,
ulniveriy publications 011d all tat
is necessary to nake tlenselves
comfortable, for recreation or study,
or for an evening of social enjoy-
nleit, (Occasionally, the club is

addressed by professors otu subjects
relating to their work. Thue idea is
a good one and we think might well
be emulated by graduate students of
the i. of M~. Organization on and
an extensive plan may not e at
once practicable, ht such a society
would bring advanced students into
closer relation, would give oppor-
tunity for mutual intercourse, intel-
letually and socially. Such a club
might also prove of advantage to
the interests of our ;graduate work,
by adding its united activity and
zeal to all efforts made to establish a
graduate school or improse the sys-
tens of graduate sudy.
Irof. DOoge will deliver the
postponuetd lecture upon Greek
music totnorrow at 4 P. 11. riends
of the school are welcome.
The~ Alpha No anti Adeppui socie-
tes w0111 hold a joint oeetitg this
evening at 73. 'fle followitg is
thue programme: Recitation, Myiss
Sciurus; tall, Mr. F. A. Stivers;
oration, I,. W. Newon;: debate, :Re-
solved, 'That co-operation will settlej
thue labor problem. Affirmative, J.
1. Brooks, J. W. Golelwaill; nega-
ive, '1V. W. Griffin, Mr. Keeler.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
A siniglo Bath, lit or cold, fr 10
cetts, st the Postoffee Barber Shop.
u8-2.t
POLIIEMU', jtst torth of te Post-
office, has the best hacks, ecarriages,
asid orses it the city. Try his. tf
Leave orters for the Intetr Ocan at
the Postoflice anid Operaus ttse news
stands. 711-it
CstAGEoaItANDS.-Postoflie News-
stuatd. New stock. Te old will be
sold at greatly educed prices. Cigars.
cantdy, statioery. All fle ledig
duily papers, magazines, and oter pe-
riodicals. Giv us a call. Leave your
sutbciptossosIaly papes. t
"Mc ioub ramowortotee eisewsoer."
y yY yy "4-Thos.lore.
Nt oly is ritgs, but so all ster
Jowelri as swell, or variety is rich and
are. unfie Jewled Ringo and Pen-
distilsswe cot showesansusssrpased as-
sortment is
DIAMONDS
OPALS
EMERALDS
PEARLS
RUBIES IN 5EtF ott
TUHIQUOISES lOMBINATION
ETC., ETC. CLUSTERS.
WATHS awas have our sost
weatcf ula re . It is oraim to procure
only the most perfect timepieces the
world produces. Its addition to all the
famus makes se ask special attetin
to stron special F. G. ., . & Co 'a
movement. The mot perfectly-bl
anced smoement eanst.
WOODWARD F. G.
STRET. SATE SMITH,
DETROIT SONS
& Co.

LIKE FINDING MONEY.
By Going to Wahr & Miller's and save from 25c, 5oc and 75C 0on every
pair of Shoes as we must reduce our stock to
msake room for Spring Goods.
Fine Footwear Dealers,
48 SOUTHI MAIN STREET.
WAGNER & CO., will sell
NECKWEAR "'At b> fi
FROM JANUARY 15-21. F
Tailors and Furnishers.
__K tv Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
1 1 Michigan Railway.
P T om Time Card in effect Sunday, Nov. elk, 185.
1 LDeparture of Trains at Ann Arbose.
Po. 1. Mail and Express*.... ..... 7 I0 a. ms.
+ N0.30. Poesge Ann Arbor Aecomt*..12 00 noon
It the LEADiING SCHOOL OF BUSNSESS.Mag.sNo.05.Passeg (an d aonly)*.10.. Sha6p.m.
nifienat building; ntne techers; large attendance; N .11 asne Sna ny ... 01 "m
good discipliue; saperior work; welltsupplied roaingGIGSUH
roou; daly lecttrest; Saturday eeing reeption$ous StOS
optheenetire youeasrmrcial graduaateingream.iPa.IMailsand Paesenger'..........15102a. M.
demand; shorthantd graduates all secuespo~stns= P 4:. Sailad Exprese*5............... 5 47 p. asL
i.".aug expenstes$2. to.5per weekinspri'vateofrms.No. 06.ToledoAcomdtn..00a.
'es. F5uorNwCATAuaand Liesta tdeswho No- Acosadtn..71a.
lake puasiiona from wek ta week.addresa No. 101. Passenger (Sundaystnly.... 1 ..i p.a.
P. A. OLNART. Pros. Central Standard Time.
"Daily rxcept Sunday.
$200 3.09$.00,$5 Trains 101 and 100 rusn betwern Tsledo and
H $5Owosso ly. Meduced Fare.
First Class and Warranuted in Trains l and 0 ran between Ann Arbor and
N ® -veryWay. Toledo only, daily, except Sunday.
NEvryWy Other trains daily turrpt Sunday.
Dot & ein r.W. H. BENNETT. R. S. OPEENW~OD,
& F ie. Gen. Pass. Agent. Local Agent.
And reader of "5The Daily', is cordially invited to attend
SHEEHAN & COMPANY'S
HOLIDAY + R OOK + SALE.
We haveo the Nicest Goods for the Least Money.

The University Booksellers,

State Street.

GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
AMOOJESKA, NEXT 3MONDAY.
Whets applied to the iaterpretors of
ofhe dyama "artist" is a msuch-abused
term for so few have reached that
poiut of greattiess thsat etititles them
to this distinctions. The brightost ex-
ception amosng thue actresses of tlie
American stage is Modjeska, who ap-
pears at the Granud Opera House next
Monday night, In an article which
appeared itt the Century magazine, re
cently, tlue followitng enconittm is paid
to thlis gt'eat artiste. "Madams Mod-
jeska is an artist ien the highest setnse.
As her fellosv couttryman, Chopin,
was atn artist in music, aeDeMuoset in
poetry, Millet itu painting, so Modjeska
is inu actitng." Sheo will present Shuake-
speare's tragedy of Macboth stud in
this, perhuaps, more than in any othior
of Iter plays, she finds need of htor
great ability ien the art of stage direc-
tiotn, in which she is quite as proficient
as its the other branicties of her work.
Macbeth dematnds swiftness and cel-
erity in thte handling of tho accessor-
ies of the stage to preserue the illusion
of wierd awesome surroundings which
have paosed the nattural and entered
the circle of the supernatural,

RENTSCHLER,
j) hoto grapher,
CORNER AIN MID HURON STS.
HRIMD OPERA OSE
ANN ARBOR, JUST ONE NIGHT.
MONDAY, JAN. 23.
MODMJE:0S:ESA
SUPPORTED BY
MR. OTIS SKINNER
And her own compassy or playert in an artistie
presentation of
Mvr.AOCBBJWII
MODJESKA as Lady Macbeth,
Mr. Johni A. Lane as Macehs.
Tousr under diretion Frank L. fBerley and J.
J. Ruckley.
PRICES: $1.50, $1.25. and $1.00.
Ssale of seats hegisns Friday morning at
B.SF. Watts' Jewelry Store.
GIBSON,
PH9OTOG1IAPHR

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