100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 21, 1893 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1893-01-21

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE U. OF M. DAILY.
'~j ~on ohome ee ground. Every one will L K I D N O E
""J r feel ~~~like conigatuaaating the nian- L K I D N O E -
agement that hvo games are to be TBy Going to W\ahr & Miller's and save fronm 25c, 5oc and 75c 00 every
Published taily (Sndays excepted) durngpae ihCrel h aih pair of Shoes as we must reduce our stock to
the colege tear. bc make room for Spring Goods.
ern trip is something new, but is a _
THlE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION commendable piece of enterprise on- -
Stbsrilitopricceti.1.t per year, invacriably the part of \lanager Clcvcland. line Footwear lDealers,
intavanc Single ctoptis3rets. Subscrip- Takeni all in all the arrangements 48 SOU'rh MAINSTE .
ios a y star leiftsat :he (fficeS oSthe tAnLv, ar
at Stoftiet's, with anty of the editors or greo(, andt foreshiadocv a success -____________________________________________
entShort'cd sotiitiors. fliiseas5otto the (diattolnd. WAGNER & CO., wvill sell
tomsmunictons should reach tfiotbyit______
7 o'clok .r. ft hry are So atperar the nexstj
'tay. Address alinatter intended toe publica- Prof. It)emmtion was takensusddenly, hf1
sions n the Itanaging Editor. ASS business ill night before last witht inilfan- FROM JAN~UARY 1.-13F
vounuiaotiontSs sud he setnt to te 1355i-
uersanoager. tatation of thae howels. Illis condi- Tailors and Furnishers.
THE U. of M. DAILY, tion last evetoing cvas reportetd as
Ann Arbor, Mich. snmore cotizfortable. Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
EDITORS. - ' - __ Michigan Railway.
ES tta~~v ~t'i tsaigEio. GRANI) t)PERA HOUSE. *
C'. A. Ftiessti t. '93, Asststant. ___-

JIt. drira, to Lw. 't9t, Assistant.
S. IV. t'cTS~S, P. it. tit., Buosinteat Man~agte.
cv. xv. svSI 155YER, tits.'94.Assistantt.
.1. tbLS.k, -Dent, '94i, Assistant.
C.. IV.'. ototh', '19t. w. -Ii. iEvans, '93t.
E. K. 'Towle, '%)t. t. v. Webbter, 't.
5.13i. taiatn~ont,'t9t. 0515155..
Stiso StE F. Shose, 'at.5'. IN. Sowsers. '93t.
Normatowoers,'tW. ,J. it. Aeneitt, '50.
GRADASTE D a 'iStr. StONt'tiiiATSSSS
5tMttis E. NoieIrlid. 5'. K. Stewsart. '93i.
We satust ask tlic indulgence of
our subscribers for a fecv days whlile
the lack of cater to rtun thte press,
makes late delisery necessary.
Acr the mseeting of thse DAt t.x' boardl
last evening, the resigitation of M~iss
Sliaw from the position of assistatt
managing editor w~as accepted, and
J. D. Spizer, lawt'9;,cvas elected
to fill the vacancy. C. IV. Sooth'
wvorth cvas elected to ill thte vacancy
existisag its the representtatiton of '93
lit.
'lttr dental' departmetnt of thtc
University oif'Michaigain is thte otaly
sschool, so far as is ktaowcn, support-
ing a dental publicatiota. 'Tle dents
arc deserving a good deal of praise
fttr tlheir enterprise in issiitg thte
Detlal Journsal, whliclt is a practical
and cwtl1 nanaged corgatn of the de-
psartmentt. It should get the stip-
psort of thse lental sttudcnts.
(itie; it is to lie regretted that
no eastern trip ciii be taken this
year, it is a matter of congratulation
for ouir athletic interests that closet
relations will be establiosed with
thsecest, and thne Inter-collegiate
league. (Or connsections arceinatur-
ally' witht the wvest, anid it is mont
dlesiralble that western athtlletitcs
sould be fostered, ad a strong,
utnited, and Ipermanient relation
formed, stich as is felt betsween tht
colleges and tuniversities of the east.
'Tle ohbandotnmetat of tlte usual tril
east is to be taken withi good grace,
in view of the fact thast t good west-
ern schedule Ihas beets madec, ant
that three of the gamesswill be playet

'Tis is ott age cc le tmatty 'stairs"
I travel thtroughi the conitry on their ossi
4 reptut'atiotis, doing a guod deal if talk-
tug about thtemselves, and very little
about their suppotrt, for the latter is
I geinerally soincompelitentt as to ble sin-
sworthty of mutch indoltrsemenst. Whets a
great artist like Modjeskat, whto tppears
it the Grtitid opierattotuse Seat Mondtay
ntight, brinsgs th~e strosngest companotf
pltayers, the stage at thte presetit dtiy
knoss it is a miatter foir consgratula-
tiostott the part of local thetatre goers.
H~er conmpansy ittcludes Otils Skitiner,
John A. Latie, Bets Rogers, Mr. andi
Mirs. Iheaunsond Smith. atnd others b-Io
were ins the support of the groutiBotith
and iiarrett comtbinations.
BUSINESS LOCALS. 1
' A sinigle Bath, hot or cold, for t
cents,sit thse Postiftiice ]3arber Shop.
l 5i8-25t
1POLILEMUS, jusst nsorth of the Post-
olice, htas tlie best htacks, carriages,
and horses ins the city. Try htint. tf
Leave orders for the Inter Oceats at
thse Postofflece and Opera Itouse ties'
stands. 70-ito
Ctt.VX(',ittaII Nvss-Postollice Newso-
stood. Ness stoick. The old wiill be
sold at greatly reduced ptrices. ('igars,
messiy, sttatiotnery. All the letinsg
daily papet's, imagazines, andi othser pe-
riodicats. Gives os a cal. Leave your
suscrliptiosfofr daily paip~ers. att
"RI c ''titd rtusart ic th gentsotwee.
1Not only itoretssbttnall otther~n
Jewselry as welt, orsitety 550i isrihandi
tsrre. to tineljcwnled Rings ottd Pest.
tOnts weeta stican usur ttpassed it-
3 sortoseot to
1 DIAMONDS
r OPALS"
EMERALDS
1 PEARLS
RUBIES IN SELF Olt
TURQUOISES 5.O5IS5NAIiON
ETC., ETC. LSFM
S cWATCHtES lwasshiave oSl ott
oachfuct sire..Itis ouraimotSo procuie
ole the msot perfct ttimeieceosts.
iworld prodtuceo. its additioto aSithets
famous mathes wc ask spet.aliaitenicon
toour owso speeialF.P. S.its..&Co '
ascedsmoseetet ant.
P WOeOWARD
AVISN'E F. G.
AND STATE SMT
STREET. SMTH
DOE i'iSIT. SONS
& Co.

Is the LEASING SCHOOL OF nUSINaES-
nietutitdittg;nine itehersargiecasttenaeu;
good dsciplinte; supeiorework; 'etlspplied reading
coot; tdaily lectaues;Saturdayseeningrecptions;
ope 0the entireoysea-, omeecialtgraduatstingreat
demand;tshotnhnd gratduatsall seupositions;t
lea.g expeses$2.to .75pereekinaprivate faet-
'aes.Po For exwCOGURsnod Liit fStodenaswhon
takespoitiona icom weeklito week, addrss
P. B. CLEART. Pres.
F H $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5
1 First Class anid Waratted its
N 0 Lousy t is
E S Doty & Feiner.

Ttime carS iin'SectSuna, Jastuatry ?:'. W4:,.
Dteparstieofi't'rns at AntntArbour.
No. 1. Mitiiand Expresstl. 0itw
Noa. 3. Passer nnsiArhor Arriliti .51?10 noton
No. 5. iMtaiindPsse~nre......24:5 i'1). .
No. 12 Matiltad a st5isengier'... t 1 3'ai.
No.i4. iit antdExpess ........ 4~. p n.
No. . 'Toledo Acc'ommsuodatitn ... 00a. it.
('entral Standard liomc.
'iDaily rexceptiSunai.
Traisslod tirst nietreenAnntiArboircisd
Toledo cob', dciiy, except Stundato.
Other trains doily rarepitSnday5.
W5. 51. 5BENNETT. It. S. GORSTN'd (10.
Glen. Pats. Agnit.. LtalatAgent..

And reader of "The Daily"' is cordially invited to attend
SHEEHAN & COMPANY'S
HOLIDAY + B~OOK + SThE.
We liavectheaNicest Gonods for the Least Mloiev.
The Universitv Booksellers. - State Street..

.3..L w %W - . W- ---j - - ---- --- -

. _ ....,
. ..

PRE NTSCHLER,
h oto rctpher,
CiORNERt iMAIN AND 115'ION STS.
GLRIND OPERAL O-USE
ANN AROiSK. JUST iONEN5IHT.
MONDAY, J.AN. 23.
M/-0 :D) G1E lS E=.A
AIR. OT.IS SKII\NER
Anid ticr open compatiitn of 10plaers i m i ls
pta'aenion ofits
AClB ETU.
MliiSiCR-A iS t LtS'- Mtett.
Mrl. mutt A. Lttzsssett Matht.
'ifour undter directiont Frn .lt l e lrriyltildi:J
..Ltiches.
PRICES: $1.50, $1i25, and $1.00..
Ssecci'seats ilegissFridit aysoring tt
tiP'. Witst' J'eey Stotre.
GIBSON,
bPIOT9 O GRA PH R
NO. 12 W.-5IITRON ST

modljeskai, in thin tragedy ol Mac-
both," it Igrtisd otters house Moniday
evensing, wiill be otseiif Ite best attrac-
tions itt the seassons. Anniouncement
of her appiearanice has created great
interest aonlg thietiter-goes's.

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan