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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

e' C. of Wf. Talv
Publiahed Daily (Sundayt excepted) dornna
tbie College year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Sobscriptionprice $12.50 per year, invariably
in advane Single copiea 3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at tbe ofiier of tbe DAILY,
at Stoffiet's, wilh any of tbe editors or
aothoried solicitors.
Communications sbould reachb tbc office by
7 oclock P. M. if tbey are to appecor tbe next
'lay. Address all matter intended for publica-
tion to the Mianagicg Editor. All blustnett
communications sboold bc se-sf to tbc Busi-
tess Matnager.
THE U. of M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, MtirS.
EDITORS.
F. Ei.JtNETE, Lit. '91, Manging foeEditor.
(itOTRUE tt tcu.Lit. '94, Assist ant.
J. G. EuDLITZ, tow'!)1,?, Assistant.
E. .. lTTAWAYs, t.'94, Assistoant.
L. Gi.'dttt-cttixoIA, Lit. '93 BulsinstsMtanagcr.
NI V. tI:c(t-s-;c, Lit. '14, Assistant.
A. NV. J 21 Las11:3, Asitano'ot.
1' . A. coot-to. li.li. '
C. N. St'cl.ls, Medtic 't+:3.
C, A. Diolc, Lit. '913.
LecrAto t;,Lt. '0.9.
Et 2 t, o, Liti'95.
C.IKi. STL WATc, 1-tiol)l.. '93.

uftcrnoon, gel off us nfar out of
sigh) us possible uod umuse them-
selves by kicking the bull and run-
ning after it. This is entirely
wrong. If the U. of M. expects to
gel to the front in football and keep
there, she moot rely on the class
elevens for newo men from yeur to
year. There is yet anmple time for
training and the playing of a good
schedule of inter-class games. The
fault undoubtedly lies with the
variouls class managers and cap-
tains. Let thenm wake utp and get
to themselves a lively hustle.
'THERE is complaint that the As-
sociation tenis courts are being in-
jured by players wearing orinary
shoeo, thutt tearing up1 the grotud
and niaking it unifit fory tlayiiig.
jSi.I-N 11 law ptitics ace beginining
to wax wacitm. Who s11a11 be tiresi-
d (ent?
DAVID E. SPENCER.
Diavid 1U.Sipencer, who has chtarge
of theteprt' menttl't of modilern is

New .Firm, New Goods, and Low Prices.
There is tiothing like a SLIM FIGURE to put it in nmotionl.
We have laid in a very Large Stock of Seasonable Goods. We
Bought Cheap. We Sell Cheap. Finn Footwear, Boots and Shoes.
48 SOUTH MAIN STREET, - ANN ARBOR, MICHI.

I.

The Edittiosdonot bold thetoseltets respon- tory during Prof. Hudson's aboence,
sibleInc tbe opiniotns or statmcito'01cocces-
11151~t.upceligil ie tit. was hurln Feb. 22. 186, in Berlin,
_________________________VWis. His early school advantages
TM. ROU.PUBISHIG MOE@. were good.
He attended the comsmon school
There will be a mseeting of theae i oeutltev aso
D)aily Board, Satmrday evening, a i oeutltvleyeaso
at 7:30, to arrange hsours. 5-2t age, being then sent to the Normal
____________school at Oshkosh, Wis., where he
DOES A GOOD WORK. prepared for college. At the age of
'The Students' Christian Associa- 20 he entered the University of
tion is doing a work for tlse student Wisconsin, from which he graduated
that is deserving of unlimited praise. in 1887, obtaining the degree of B.
Not only in a religious way but from L. He stuldied history at the Uni-
a social viewpoint thse Association versity under Prof. WmS. F. Alien.
is accomplishing a great deal for the After graduation he began the study
University. ILast evening's recep- of law at the University of Wiscon-
tion is only one instance of its en- sins which study he continued for
deavors to brinsg U. of 7it. students one year. He was then engaged as
into closer social relations wi111 earl slDtrulctor, first in rhetorlc, and
other. Every one of its officers afterwards in history at his Alma
have been untiring in their efforts M\ater. This and other work occu
to make university life pleasant for pied his time until 1889, when he
all, In visiting trains, providing entered Harvard as a graduate ,stu-
new arrivals with the Association's dent in history and political science,
ulseful hand book, getting new receiving from that institution the
students acquainted and installed in degree of M. A. in 1891.
comfortable and desirable quarters, Mr. Spencer has given the world
indeed, in every way poosible mak- tome worthy written productions,
ing life pleasant and agreeable for among them are, "Local Govern-
strangers, they have been indefatig- ment in Wisconsin," Johns Hopkins
able. Hearty commendation is only University Studies, 8th series, No.
their just due, and thse student body III, and a historical sketch of the
ought to recognie the Association's University of Wisconsin, which is
labors with its substantial support. printed in Circular of Information,
______________ No. I, 1889, of the U. S. Bureau of
WHERE ARE THE CLASS TEAMS? Education. Mr. Spencer comes to
If we are to have any class games the U. of M. from Harvard, where
this fall it is high time that some of he was instructor in history.
the men showed up on the campus.
So far as is apparent no class but THE inauguration of President
'93 lit has made any move toward Schurnsan,of Cornell, will take place
systematic practice. A fewo men with appropriate ceremonies, Nov.
from various classes show up each 11.

AMONG OTHER ATTRACTIONS WE ARE SItOWING
El~egant Fall Shifingsj, i
a nd Neal~ Things in PI'eckurear.
W AC-NER acx,
21 South Main Street. Tailors and Furnishers.
Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
JxsINESSihigan Railway.
ci) Time ard ikLfE6TF Suda1111gu1t:?I,18t111
No. 1111 Tolcl Annl Ar1o1001011 I 1"1Otl1noon
o111y91 . . .11).:'1."Ill
Is1the LEADINGO OOOt.0/F BUSNES. bMt- Nt. 103. Toledoll 111nd110Ooss (Sundy
good~l diseciline; supleorllwork;cc ll supp1 tl 1011re 11ing To corilcS TH. 112.1
Ilcilxpenes $. tole 1 5 1111111w11k0110privtefai- 01111 ';.1Tdo Accomodatllion .. .211011.111.esFo
P. a. cooxaRYPrem. N. ntlyl..... .1,o . Il
' o 04. Otwso and Toledo (Sotoday
onlly) ----------- 1231.11.
We Advise Students to See Central StuandardlTime.
Dot & elner Trains 3 undI6iron ibetween Asn Arboc undt
SToledttonly, dihl, exept SunrdayT.
~ 'Truis 101, 102, 101, and 1td coo bctwceen '10-
lcdo and Otwosso Sunodays only. Reduced Face.
FO k 0 Stock. hertrains daily exceptOSnday.
WI- ENNETT], 5.5S. GREENoWOOD,
Foot-Ball and Tenisa S1oes in Stck hen. 1Pass. Agent. Loeal Agest.
STUDENTS, SAVE HALF YOUR MOINEY AND BI1 X1 M0
_AT TIIE--
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE, STATE ST.
Greek, Laltitn, Frenchl, Gelroan anld all College Text--Books, New
and Secotnd-IHand.
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.

BUSINESS LOCALS.
BICYCLE FOR SALE-Century Colum-
his, in goed condition. Gooeasons11
for selling. Apply tn F. D. Green, 21
S. 12th street. 1-7
To rent, a nice hall and rooms at 12
E. Washington. Rooms suitable for
society purposes. Fortmerly occupied
by tlhe N. S. N. Medical society. I-6t
GERTtIA.-Studenlts whlo wish to join
classes ini German conversation and
reading (scientific German a specialty)
apply to
KARL E. GU THE, Ph. D.,
e.o.s.-7-3t 72 South State street.
WANTED-A hustling young man to
take agency for a 1st class steanm laun-
dry. For particulars address 117 La
Peer street, Saginaw, Mich.
Type writing done at 48 E. Cathe-
tine street. 3-10
The Detroit Evening News is now a
penny paper, and will be delivered
throughout the city at 6 cents a week;
daily aind Sunday, lects a iweek. F.
Stofflet. 7-7

RENTSCHLER,
Photo rap her,
CORNER 31AIN AND HURON STS.
GIBSON,
PHIOTOGRIAPHER
NO. 12 W. HURON ST.
Suit of rooms to rent, Ne. 38 South
Fourth avenue. 4-It
Buy your Books at wholesale prices
from thte Nationsal Library Association,
241 Wabash avenue, Chicago, Ill. Ad-
dress thle Association for particulars.
eod-1m
AGENTS WVANTED-Liberal salary
paid to active1 wide-awake young ment,
students preferred; employment pleas-
ant and permanent; no book peddling.
Address, National Lihrary Association,
241 Wat ash Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
end-3 m

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