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January 20, 1893 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1893-01-20

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THE U~. OF M. DAILY.
GREAT CLOTHING SALE. S W R il T
ALL OVERCOATS AT 1 OFF.
ALL SUITS AT J OFF. SKATING CAPS, MUJFFLERIS, HEAVY UNDERIWEAR,
WOOLEN HOSE, GLOVES AND MVITTENS. A LARGIE'
ALL SINGLE PANTS AT } OFF.
______ VARIETY AND WILL 13E SOLD) CIEAI'
See these bargains before buying. u
WADHAMS, 'KENNEDY & REULE. AT THE TWO SAMS.
Ansa Arbor Savings Bank PATRN=IIZE-Us ST.AE3LEP.,z Excelsior Laundry,
Ann Arbor Mich. Capital Stok, 00", o rx ~2 ASP H URON SitET.
Surplus1000. W L $.BARB+, ~xkSHOP ! .1 ,Good work (lorited. GCod roled for
Oga nled under the General anking Laws a Lad delivered. A. F. COVERT.lProp.
Untied state. RcisDepo usad N.4EB UO TET h slsufd8te~ rafts ashed upon pmre
Ientiat toe : AN ARBOR 11 W. Washington St. 2] Years in the Business.
W. D. ~Rs XACH, icees., s., 0 NO _ B. CITY LAUNDRY
.D Coaws. E. A. .tIeeocgCashier. ST A L UN Y M.5X Se1botf1o.11N .F5crt11St
.. FacTZ, Aset. Chier. HOTti)L ULL sjLUNCHEcSoto4 sI~rb t
23 SOUTH FOUTH AVE.. HO®UC E . K. BARBER SHOP.
I , - ~~And the very choicest Candles INCNErO,
ES EVS AAE.-AT- Fine how e B.thu.'New Porelaisa
NOTES ER ICE!-MANAGER * l l. Wooioglor S. J.R. TROJANI1W~r.
GOL A ~ TO EVERY STUDENT of the University of _____________________________
Michigan not to en home witou a bo of our
OnADF ie thocolte Bon Bon. We guarantee to -eTHE AROUS-- - -
T ORhave the largest and finet tock and lowest Cpitall,$ 0 100. Soplo ad Irofl, $1 ,OO.
I=e inthe cty. Dont forget the ,number No.2F jb JT@ Dosrn0iloolgbios.00i-
pricsKi.and ijy hO.,No. 26 11144IfV~ og QI & ~ osagnrlonig b~orooll. Iooayofin-
MAR South State Street. AT LOW PRICES. DepotBos fore Ret.
_____________________________ R. KEMP, Pes. F.1. B-Rl, Coier.
U. 01',M. CALENDAR should be made morc universal, and Rn ons ndyeeig
;. that isstitutions of econdary and C~ I'
ram, an.Soiet hero learning should be moe 1PSol:gobse
INE PHOTOGR~AH, FiayLa.20JitmetnfAlpha N higerou;that the slool is lnot
PHOOnAPS. Adephl at Alpha u hal at 7.35.S LES
M ILLINERY AND ART GOOS ! Sat Jan. 2I-Chocal Union Concert, Miaa Mar. fulfilling the mission once confi- 1 SE IL S L S
30 Eatuo nsSreet. guerite Hal, sopranio, of Reson, and Mr dently expected, and never woll. .
Constantine Sternbrg of Philadelpbia The speaker thought the mass of rRllfC TP R ir
8 AI Na ANiOU St.. Jan. 1-Press Club, :301 p.m. Important people to be far better edeated than(I1 0 UN DEJIW EAR
EUSaITATION Saturday, Jan. 2bueindgkto sn oml gethey were a generation or two ag, ,ISl OUII I
H___ usmOn 2 R.& song In room 24, at 10 o'clock. and cited numerous exanmples to
O ORTAR Saturday, Jan 2-Junor class election, roomsutaitehsttmnsloiog8c
BOLICITRO A, at 10:00. sbtnit i ttm nso igC
ESit uaoaday,Ja.2-..A~addresby Mr. Kel that education has a direct inluence ONE WEEK ONLY.
A.+ ler, isNewberry hll, at 9:15. over our progress, and affects eve
OpCutos.Friday, Jan. 2T.-Sophomore hop, Grager'ar
Op~er~~. Hal. walk of life for the better. The GOODSPE E ,
-----s -a---- American nation is nmanaging its
Grle Holiday ae! O. HNSDL RTCSS affairs today better than any people
iiPO. CiIIE.who ever preceded. TA ILORJNG;~-s,
IS Dr. Eliot Sound in His Statements At the conclusion of lis paper
-AT- Concerning Education? Prof. Hinsdale stated tat te would toosARTMoN-r
Po. -like t have tle paper considered SUITS
W~rof. Hindale read a paper last open to discussion. Several availed
ahr's ~~night before a large audience, on themselves of this opportunity adRDCDT
BOOKSTORE, aio. Te aerws riiis Prof. Hinsdale's paper, antI also
catuu ..f ioous Te article a critecs iirlD r.Eliot's article.
of a vgru ril otiue by ONE WEEK ONLY.
Dr. Eliot to the December Forum. Orator for Feb. 22.® LJ E .
Note the Following Frseae: In his article Dr. Eliot took the AreesnaveothDttv
ArpeattvofteDIYGee. Eliot, Complete, vols., $1.44 tand that education does not neces- called on Mr. Sands, chairman of
Thackerys, Complete, 10 vols., 240
Dickens, Complete. 13 vols., 3,8 sarily secure happiness to man; that the law committee appointed to SH-OE~
Emerson's Essays, 2 vol., .96 popular violence breaks out just as seueasekr/o aligo
Prescott's Pr, 2 vol., 70itdy h omteehscr EATET
Prescott's Mexico, 8 vols., .95 it did before the advent of schools'tbinl rt dha tcomlenae a siber-TEAT
150 Volumes Standard Books, 4c each tat the ballot is as corrupt, abicnly ttrihardtoenagesitasbe IrSSAMPJ.E
Exmie urStckan Pics ha te isintinsbewenwealh unsuccessful. Several distinguished RllDttED
Before Buying. and poverty are the same as ever, orators, botho republicans and demo-
while man is more destructive, crabs, have been invited, bot pre- --
'TWO STOE: Prof. Hinsdale criticised Dr. Eliot's viono engagements or the pressure z1..
92 South stat4 stro~t, articlg as bing too sweeping and of public business have prevented ONE WEEK- ONLY
- n4otMi t~. .their acceptance. We refrain from
and siteNosrt Min to , oitanng no summsary. It is his printing namesi eeee ote G O SP E
~ ~ -)p1iathat priRry cdll4tifl commsinte'5 Wihes

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