THE U. OF M. DAILY.
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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
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F. E. JANETTE, Lit. '93, Managingu Etitor.
E. J. Or'AwA Y, Lit. 9, Asistnt
.. :tios,lUt.'9l,A ssisLA tant.
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L. G. W l TE o, Lit. '9' loisines Manager.
W. W.thttEitERts, Lit.4,Asleisiint.
A.r\rrJiastnis, Latw 9,t sistant
J. I. AR E,;it l;(licet.
C. W-RItcKETT, Li,
wI. I. tEoN-, I itw 9.,
F. A. MA-NY, Lit.
C. N. Sowatns, Medicf'3.l
5a'n.E r C. S A, Lit.'t.
W. E. BoLEs, Lit ',.
C. K. SEWAT,tHomeop., '3.
The :Editors dotnottfholthtemselvs reson-
sile forthe opiniot Or etatemntseo ofrre-
pondents, appearing in the DAILY.
The prospects of the '95 Oracle
are reported to be all that would be
asked for, and it is probable that an
unusually artistic and highly literary
volume will be issued. Another
point is that The Oracle board ex-
pects to have the book out on time,
i. e., a week before the Christmas
recess. Advertisements are rapidly
coming in and contributions for the
prizes are beginning to arrive. A
specially fine cover design will be
There seems to be some misunder-
standing in regard to prize No. 3, a
$ao guitar, banjo, or mandolin for
the best class song. The word song
was used in the musical sense and
was intended to mean the musical
composition, not the words. Several
are working for this prize as it should
have been understood after reading
Rule 7 in The Oracle's printed an-
nouncement. The grind committee
has been appointed. Arrangements
are being made to hold all business
meetings in room a, Newberry Hall.
Practice on the campus grows
more interesting daily. The scrub
game yesterday, we venture to assert,
was the hottest contested battle that
has ever been fought out on the
grounds. The feature of the occa-
sion was the excellent work of the
second eleven. It took the first
eleven 20 minutes to get the ball
over the line for the first touch-
down. The work of several of the
second team elicited much com-
mendatory remarks from the spec-
tators. Bairds tackling evoked
applause on two or three occasions.
AN inqairy has been made through
our columns, whether or not the
New Firm, New Goods, and Low Prices.
There is notliing like a SLIM FIGURE to put it in motion.
We have laid in a very Large Stock of Seasonable Goods. We
Bought Cheap. We Sell Cheap. Fine Footwear, Boots and Shoes.
-SAS.OUH AI :.SRT - ALN AR , I
418 SOUTH MAIN STREET, - ANN ARBOR, -M~ICHI.
tennis courts are going to be in
shape for use this fall. We are
pleasetd to notice that the work has ES
begun. They are rolling the courts-.
anti marking theni out again, so that
they wviilie ready for use in a day
r was stated in a recent issue of
Is the LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. Mdag- -
this paper that there would be no nitcenttiltitng; nieteachers; large attendance;
goodtiscitinte-,siperior work; wesllstpptiereading
rom rl t-res ttetury eveiitt recepetions,;
ladies' classes at the Mc~lillan gy-ll. ?tRo ute egr"t"tesigeat
tdeman shorthand graduates all secure positions;
this year. The statement was con- lt!itexprnser-52.tsi2ae eesttetirttfarm- r
trary to fact, and we are requested take positions fro weekttweek,'iitddre ,
1e. R. CLEAY, Pren.
to so announce. Ladies' classes
We Advise Students to See
will he formed as usuail.
Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Time Card i eltect Sunday, August tt, t1,ti.
Departure of Trains at Ann Arbor.
'o.:1. Frankfort Mail and Express 20 a. m.
No. 3. Passer Ann Arbor Accot...00 noon
No. 5. Clare Mail Passenger..-.. ..4: i p. m.
No. 101. Toledo and itoso t(Sunday
only) ...... ... is :3:a.i.
No.t.Toledo and Owosso (Sunday
only)......................- 50 p.m.
No. . Toledo Mail Express ...... ...] ia. m.
No. 4.. Toledo Ba il Express.,.......... 81; 1). m.
N. 6. Toledo Accomnmodation .... , 00 a. m.
It. 10. toso and Toledo (s day
.\O 10. I tti 'tittioeditti niy
only) ..- :- l. ,
CentralStand lTo ti ei
Trains 3and 0 run between Ann Arbor am'
Toledo only, daily, except iSundav.
Trains 10t10t3, 103, and 104 rtibetreen'To-
Other grains dai'y except Sunday.
Gen.Ps. Aent. Loea.GR Are(,
Ii is gratifving to learn that the
number of students entering college
this fall is far in excess of any
former year. This is a good indi-
cation of the tendency of the times.
During the past year Harvard has
received gifts and bequests amount-
ing to over $500,000.
There are 175 new students at
Vassar this year.
To rent, a nice hall and rooms at 12
E. Washington. Rooms suitable for
society purposes. Formerly occupied
by the N. S. N. Medical society. 3-6t
GEr ItxAN.-Stndents whs wish to join
elasses it Gera nco nversatiost aud
reading (scientific German a specialty)
KARL E. GuTRE, Ph. D.,
e.o.s.-7-3t 72 South State street.
WANTED-A hustling young man to
take agency for a 1st class steam latn-
dry. For particulars address 117 La
Peer street, Saginaw, Mich.
Type writing done at 48 E. Cathe-
The Detroit Evening News is now a
penny paper, and will be delivered
throughout the city at 6 cents a week;
daily and Sunday, 10cts a week. F.
DANCING.-Mrs. Annie Ward Fos-
ter will be here the last of this month
to form classes in Dancing and Del-
sarte. Mrs. Foster comes well recom-
mended. She has taught with success
in different cities, and has given large
and beautiful entertainments. Notice
of date given later. m.t.-f.s.
Look at the Mammoth line of Over-
coats, Gloves and Mittens, Underwear,
Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, at
The S. T. Jacobs & Co.'s, 27 and 29
Main street. 8-14
Buy your Books at wholesale prices
from the National Library Association,
243 Wabash avenue, Chicago, Ill. Ad-
dress the Association for particulars.
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paid to active, wide-awake young men,
students preferred; employment pleas-
ant and permanent; no book peddling.
Address, National Library Association,
243 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
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STUIENTS, SAVE HALF YOUR MONEY AND BlY
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE, STATE ST.
Greek, Latin, French, German and all College Text-Books, New
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
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ST. THOMAS' MUSIC HALL.
The above isa cut of the new St. Thomas' Music Hall on Elizabethstreet.
near the Catholic School. It is used at present as a Catholic church and owing
to its immense seating capacity every Catholic in the city of Ann Arbor,
whether student or not, can be accommodated. There are two morning ser-
vices on Sundays, one at 8 a. m., the other at 10:30. Vespers and Benediction
every Sunday at 7:30 p. m.