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February 09, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-02-09

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WC. of WJr. tadtL.
Publistted DaiytSun~sdas aextcpstd)during
the C'olegre year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
The Editors do not bolt] thenmselves tespon-
ft)e for the oinitonstor statemntsof O i-tes-
tondeots, appea-triginthe tI)ste.
'Fits: courses in history are to be
somewhat different this semester

THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Debaters, Notice! LIKE FINDING MONEY.
The various contestansts is the By Going to altr & Miller's and save from 25c, 5oe and 75c on every
prelinoinary debate will meet Thitiro- pair of Shoes as we mutst reduce our stock to
day evening, after the Jeffettottian muake room for Spring Goods.
debate, in order to assign sides for
the debate, Feb. 25. - - f T = 1 1
C-t-. t ttF ine Footwear IDealers,
\lt stitfents wotlo were msenmbers 48 SOUTHI MAIN STREET.
ttf the class (tf 'go, Ann Arbor High 5
ShoideiosohodnaclsTOreunotn, will please send theirMOlJ~Y itk JUSER IR 1G DISCOUNT
natites to C. Wt. Ricketts, t 'Thomtp-
butt street. FOIL. THI11R Y S.

trou thte arrangettent in te trintedl BSNS OAS O
announcement. the changes will
be prinotedl in a lay or two, or as 'J.TENC'E'SA pSays for it btat,lht r n ror anot
soon as dleftnitely made.'TePtaeLtitlywssyot
'fts tiUniversity calendiar is untfoir- 2So Sitaltte street. 845tMihgnRlwy
- sh~~~~uirttwslt. Ititl,iwl sc ('L., ogei.,fJL~~
tittatety fiullI of attractiotns for this Ft trtilfi giittitl-..cardytittilisli S'2cJ(9;.
parti ulaor timie of the 1Itnit er'sity EAf}I LV S 2.jtist titrthi tf the Pot- --yt; Dprtr fTrisat,.n. ~r
year. Students diesi re all their timtic1stffiee, lists the iest nicks. etsrri'tges,
foir stuldy preptaratiory tot exatiiis- ouSpriting iitect. ItSit. t
tio, a~larecofrote wih le- ;o,S~ita tekStreertt1. t litsis teLEDNGSH O O UStIESS.ibtag- Nut. 1.Min tIi
wit c- ti'. i iiibiilding; nioe tearo slargtae ttendane; i ut. .t titoot AtnntArtbor Aecitti'. 2itt oo
tUrc fur eery eenttin'- whicht it is ( itty your sooes of f"isltu u e ', tod i ?ii eo; supeioewoekt ellteopytir din og tt. Matiitttds senoetire' . i:?,op.7
0 I room; daily o-stseeo; Saturday evenitgecoeptions;
h r tor it.State street. oetile tire ear;00]sco ercia gratduatestingeat
dao oItemadsothand gruatged es all eseepstisoo; (IG10 1
ili h n x e ays e will j . takeoootiostftoatweek ta eek, addrerss 5 , 4 '.t.tt..bser . . 58 47 .n
h-u h etfwPe ' ~ lT TT ' 'l . a. CLEARS. Pres. No.ie.'tooitttArettoinodatiott ...0oiit
publish a columndevoted tis faculty Li.I ING ":HIj CetralttandrdIitIle.
noticesitn oroler to give to Sloettu- F $2.00, $3.00, $400,1$ -iyts ttttrStndaytt.tt~ r sl
denstny hat1Laies adt et e entt0t. anc ane thitu iu - FrtCot nIWi ttot t ritetto ontly, dail )except Suntdtayt.
olnsaycitges to be imaode, tor 1 FrtCasadWratd
new courses offered. The professors teNttt\wtEvr WiyHt.trtst'N 50tT, Iett.'S R.~ooy
and instructoors srill confer a favor OPER T~T'!E D t enr .Os tsAet sel~o
upont the students by senoding us 1
notice of any dev-iationo frost the an- 1 SHEEHIIAN & Co. SHEEIIAN & ('0 SIIEEHAN Ot.
nIIERSce A) eTIltX SECOND-HAND TEXT JBOOKS
So(uttI, life at tfte UiveirHsity N 5 5NiNi o4
not what it ought tot be. Tht Op- FE R A Y 9-10 '93.FR HESEON1SMETE
portosnitiet for tsttlents tget :~:R-'..R"-,~Atflie Studeunts' Bootksfore. ftudeiifs, stavoeIttiff yourSitotter
l heasontsalt. it Sbeetsttt Statse St. Motire a'ntlbuy ofiftus. Weitre chilyvreceivin cosgm tsf
acquainotedl withoesven thetir own sutWtmr JOitt t mgo
classes are exceeditngly linmitedl. ________________________:s1un-iimd(i u- otI~sk rti ~u
ainoalsoia a esberyhal nLuItst Myicheliwwill tffer uS lowe pritce. We keels fthe reh
anul -oia i-ltoewbery tllan S4O cSZ hiidl Geiaitut t ioniauries St't-tiiicdtltl Iv teI'ttcutlty. WAle
occasuossal stitor atit a lithfle Ibest itiol -leiiust -Nobtetilos intthficicityv.
introduction reception at rare inter-
vals, aclass social, now ant then a L. GR UNER, S H EEHMA N & COMPANY',
chourclh gathoeringk, are about toe oily = .Mi tet n.Abr University Booksellers, - State Street.
chanoces ontoha to indout hatSIIEEIIA\T &,CO. SIIEEIIAkN &CO. SIIEIIIIAN &_1CO.

idof 0pieopisiei- is iiig amongis.
While e t nitversity is pre-oil-
inently a Iplace for stuidy and ittoollec-
toial pursits, it no less affords a rare
and itoestintable oipportunoity forj
cultivatingSloe social eleenit in
hounan nature. Ino no other place,
perhaps, is to be found as broad and
s'aried a field for forming valuable
friendslhips and studying character,
as here. 'Thle opportunity should
be grasped, and while see are glad
to see tlt at least one of the literary
classes is to try the experiment of a
c lass social again this year, there
ought to be a general advance in
thtis direction. Good leettires are
entirely commendable, of rourse,
bat if some of our Uiversity orga-
nizations swould seek to arouse thoe
social life, instead of increasing thet
surfeit of things sclholarly antI in-
tellectual, tloey would confer a far
greater benefit upon thse student
body.

1 '

RStitiichan arewettttheSiltemtt sitheOttre
Not only in rittgs, btut inoa alotir
Jes-elry aswell,our vaiety is richi andu
rare. Satfinie jew-eled tintgasadtest-
d~ants wae catnt otow an uitnsurpe~lod o.-oteti
DIAMONDS
OPALS
EMERALDS
PEARLS
RUBIES SN'SELF 5Ot
TUNQUOISES cUOM"IiNA'I'eN
ETV'., ETC. CrLISTESRS.
WATCHuES naways bare our mtoat
woatohfouloce. ltfoourain toepoocire
only te most perfect timaepieeo the
world produe. n. adtittion to tall the
rfamouss makeosewe iasspecial attenioin
to one own special 0F.0G. S., S. a.Co 's
amovemtent. The insst perrest-ttt--al
asoed imovemienextant.
WOODWALSF G
N GS TRSEE iTE SMITH,
0OSSS._ SONS

j ANN ARBOR j RE NTSCHLER,
STEAM LLJNIE7! hotogr~apher,
SN 23SOUTH FOURTH AVE.. Ce-Rn ittO IIN.tND IIIRSiT -.
1NOTICE .--ft Suttiix iGRAND 'POPERA IHOSUE
andit Citizens'. 0D on uS in ototoiS ntu fortuON1,NIGHST ONLY.
Candty swheniyon reaioget ijus tsodttR.
joly & Co. Wedon't ettrpe feortyerbit SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11th.
giveri. i t t u.tis d thait is ott--unit. Isotisud
eowtlunchieis t altiturofothse itsyiatitiightit. 'hetsPopurewtt 5 uinco~ss
'R. E. JOLLY & CO., No. 26 South
state Street. SIDE 'TRACKED
___ ~~~Thenisettits st edyevr-eirotuti-r. Ori;;i-
H OT LU NCHES tat NessYrkn Cast wtithitshe iticotti arahie
coeat, MIS. lLtE WALitiIts is iluftumsttt
\ixix OTltr-A Nes-Tramtpaiuon.
And the very chtoicst Candles i ttiesutoasoiSItMehoanictal Featus. Ettitus
*~TUTTLE'S, * P*thos.itos
4t3SsUTIt S-TA-T STaRET. PRICES, - 35, 50 and 75c.
STA ILSt-asits nsatie 0)itu tratrieery Stotee.
Coal! GIBSON,
11 W. Washington St 1PIOTOGRAPILER
1xxos ,70 8_NO. 12 W. HIURON ST.

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