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February 10, 1893 - Image 2

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Published Dtaily (Sundays excepted) during
the Cullette year. by
THE U, OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subserittioo~price V.5dl per year, inv-ariably'
in advance Olaglecopiea 3 cents. Subscrip-
tons may be left at the ottice of the DAILY,
at Stofflet't, witth any tof tlte editors or
authorized solicitors.
tCoamtunicatiuns shoculd resc elloffice by
7 u'cluck Y:n. ifthetey are to appeatr the neut
Jay. Address all mnattet' inteaded toe publics-
tics to thieMatnagitnc Editor. All busines
cotmmunications should be setltltetBusi-
trots Manager.
THE U. of M. DAILY,

THE U. OF M. DAILY.
President Angell addressed thse LIKJE FINDING MVONEY.
legislaturelast evening,in the senate
chanmber upon tite proposed stutc By Going to W~alr & Mb7iller's and nave from 25c, goc and 75c on every
tax of one-fifthu of a nmill foirtte(lair of Shoes ao we moot reduce our stock to
benefit of the University. nmake ronnm for Spring Goods.
D~r. Anies will give a icourse tttO.1 -- T1 M
"Modern English iHistoty'' the sec- -Fine Footwear Dealers,
cind semester. It will he a three- 48 SOU'rIX MAtN STREET.
hiiur course, andtl im teet at 4 p. ______________________________________________
1i1.1 MIoindaiy,Wediiesday, adFi ay.'eewl ebtidne e- r,',T'
ilas. Threvii e uttie ee F tSE HOR DER PJVM 1 IDBCUNT-
1(1)1 01nd1those tdcsiring to take it
shoulcd see lDr. Aies at oice. 1(IRT14r1arY 11AV .
- 7-LG- =1RCflz CO _ - zTA =zoo

Ann Arbar, Rich. i a" asL , a
EDITORS. Loisr-t IIiv'iig XWhist, a pair of ! - ~iRiY Toledo, Ann Arbor and Na
N. . bcl~ly lt.'li, Stta~o'leio ra nd tu1mot ldolentil-glasses, tiirlked --N rt
"' .lcils i. 11 sibti Loll."' Rwadif i ileft at 31 S. Ive- ~Michigan Riwy
W5. I, tolt I s, Lt 915, Assistant, 0(1o1 strict.
.ID iSlo I/(0, sac. ".)"),AC',1C171 11.- .r -
W .C lIM''lC 1. (,.Lit., IBusiness Manager E '. I '.s8 for itbath, hut ofr ~
1W. 0111 sl.s 10K ~.1, AE r Occcl,,1. 1 colil. at thellostotic'c Barbelt'Sh11011. 1,1', ''
5 II. 11. , b1.'141, Assisltant. ) i J(,,()J ,1 1111l' , just corlli citfit'e lst- ______ 1} I ll 11111of ' 1,11C 11toA 11 Strbor.
t1'I cul ci h,t1 '103 1' L.A7113.'. lict', a ft-e (lest hacks, ec il'lgs.
l.f' ot tot , « 1,E asC. '9 il Try
I 7.17. 1wle , IX93 . lN.7'co'tt', ' . and horss1in1th7city1.hi11.1t
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Norman Foti~ers'S)(i. R Arneil,'c~ll, ith 01111e.11' 71'1'1111 he1il N) Et lc Is eesLEADIN SCHOOLOF BUSIN SS.elu a- No. 1. 'Mai!. ad 1 xpres"'.... 1 I. Ii
do iandl llllshorthand 1gradutesl'tallsecureC postions;
1 ( \(1 7 1 7take7" ( ln~pusitiooalcuus'ccb;t-w1eekaddtci . . CcLAR. re . 7 .t. Toledo Accotlsllc'.c' .. . 00-. ,
agailsIt7)l'ttal .a 1,711d110111111 11111130F tincyj ul (Ii tr $ .0011$
an y'esterctar, I wtS( a dna l I $2l0111cr', $4.00 11 , "' 111 11 l111'1.11 5i1111
studenrltaticlnot a IDetroit studetaserDancesi!dFi01117 I
wohose eye xras 51771re11 71111is N E0Lttst Way. ttri: tellt 011a1171111 7111111y.
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nam wsUDnhmAot uram'D- E 00 & ine. C-Cllt. 11117. Arl l. Lolcal .Agcnt,
'lhe studcenlt's homile is llanover-
}'MiclI. yin p1SI)Ax' AN) I'IDX)Y I SIEEIAIN & Co. )SHE~EIJAN Ic ('0. SIICII AI & C0.'

tirprcgram of01thelt'lress (:1iib
for tomorrow afternoon7 will be of
intereot to) every membller. Thle talk
of 2\r. Moranll no17t cotnflirt sitb
Presidtent Lw's lertulre, intasmuchrl
as the bou~r of mleetinug of the Press
(11111is 4:70.
'ii. isIPlitcal Sc'iecel Associ'ati(on
is fortuciate in srcurinig ]'residenst
Lowv to lectulre before the studenits.
Mis kcowleidge conies of experi-
ce,lie 171avig beeii the fanilons
nmayor of lirooklylu, 71171) as (lit
first to hol1d11office un1de'r1hcr rev'ised
charter, an inlstrumlenut that 11a5 beeii
regarded as su1ch a loug stridle itn
mulnicip~al refornm.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
lHon. IL. L. Barbour wvas in Lan-
sing, yesterday, conferrnlg with the
setnate commnittee regarding the ap-
propriation for thle E.T of M1.
'The last faculty recital of the
School of Music for this semlester
will he given next Thursdlay even-
ing in the auditoriuom of Neswberry
htall.
Prof. E. I1. Harrimlan7, of tile
Three River's untion schlool, sev-erely
pttnioshed a pupil before the school,
and some of the senior boys, indig-
nant at thue action, interfered. An
amosing scene followed. The schtool
hoard will investigate thle matter.-
D~etroit journal.

FEBRUARY, 9-10 '93.
S7111s o salc 00 ShlehlallSStt5.,7M1ore
an~d WetmrelcI, B7111111 51,
I L. GRUNER,
8. S. Main Street, - Amim Arbhor.

!SECOND-HAND TEXT BOOKS:-
FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER
At theiS tiudentts' lBcickstore0 Stuidetnts~,s11ve0liatlf 1you1,1111)11(
in tuc lo~s f s. w'\Vre111diai~ 1 ly iing c'lsigllllll'1f1 1
sc''inid111111111shl1Ii-Ns'tt o'llei tgi. 'ext foiiks frotIn the r.
Fat isslib rrsil 1 offer at liiw prict's. We kels ithic frentchlu
11111 German tiil I ic'iotiuricsre 'cc'ioended hi,' (hoeFaculty. We
b are the lest litjli l11iIII t . o>t' Ilook1s155ill (110 7city.
SHEEHAN & COMPANY, ;
University Booksellers, - State 'Street.

11 r 1t _ 111W7711
Nut ontly tinsrnn's, bu11tttn all othtcr
Jceelryas swell, out vartety is rect and
eare. Ittfinc jewtled RNijnsatdSPett-
dants sce cant showe all unsurpasse~d us-
sortmtent int
DIAMONDS
OPALS"
EMERALDS
PEARLS
RUBIES tN SELF Ott
TURHQUOISES Ct't)7INAISON ECEC LSES
WvATCHalE5 s h oSave courtuost
watchful care. It itoltrails to proculre
otuly te mo1st perfect timepieces the
wcorld produtces. Sn addition to ull the
f'ttousaomakes toe ank specitlattletntiott
tol outr 0wRspec.ial Fa GoS.,S.tbo.s
atovement. The cost perfect lyt 5 1-
ansceSdttovetment extant.
WOODIWARI .G
AND ST1ATESP L
DETRSOIT. SONS
&O O.

ANN ARBOR
SKAMK LIJIPY!
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE..
E. S. SE RVISSI - MANAGER.
1C OT I C E ._U'ro SUET
adCitizense.otsendrt tttof toun tfor
Ciantdy swhett y110canl tet jit as goolS lt R.E.
Jolly .0Co.'s. Wec don't chatrge for style, bit
give ii oyon,1.antat isutCone-Italf.t. andO
clt znli atl'utaltl boors of te day tallSnigt.
IR. E. JOLLY & CO., No. 26 South
State Street.
HOT LUNCHES
And the very choicest Cancdies
*TUTTLE'S,~
48 'MOUT T15A.5(TEuSREET.
-Ma STAE3LE.,zr
SCoal!
1 W.Washington St
wI-cOtTE 170- . S

RE N TSCH LER,
hoto 5frapher,
('0113 1751 OSAIN AND St~IIN Z()'rc-.
GLAND OPEL!A1H07USE
ONE NIGOLY.h
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 311th.
tile Popmnar -Nes to'5 ttlSucesso
SIDE TRACKED
Ttte Ftutliest C1omtedy everPrcltedI. Orict-
nal News YirkCt wittttthe incotcloarabtc
coecdiatt, Mn, JUtE IVALIERS us JIcut(Ils
Xputxms Bon-A Nenw7Trattp tttSo-sto.
' Unsustttsedt Mechani-al tFeatulrea. Elabo-
ralte SplecltScenety. A Pltay scihtHIumorotant
Pth~tos.
PRICES. - 35, 5O and 75c.
Seata ott sale uS Slasls' Jcee'y Store.
GIBSON,
PIIOTO GRAPIIER
NO. 12 W. HURONT ST.

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