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-THE U. OF M. DAILY.
~ ~- ~ icyaii distance ranner, was a featare
,~J.. oJf ofI theecday. ie hlie the one soil two-
________mile recorils, after magnilicent ran-
f ied Daily(5 nn xceped) dutring I11102 nid close finishes, the tirnelieiiig
oh oIr er, )y:1 and 10:8'13-5 respectively. hFillia, a A .N O
THE U. OF .M INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION of 1Itoiwt. made a great shossg ntrwn teh~nr a ingiiein
EDITORS. it fetechthree and one-halfidihes. FA~N SHQES7. -P ices, 83.20 ,.() 5D.00.
C.A. iiissiit..t. i i 15,Manaoiio E ietir. c eQ y . q
N.K i i' ti li 1 impornant Notice. 48 SOU 11112MAIN SitR U111, - - ANN AT >RBOReI
ii as-l . LaF ',ow LIt-i,ii
iS ASFI Lt9 nt i I.i.Lit9),Atiiietic Ediiito f Ideir to icall the attention of the e A E G
S. . I-rsa.11. .Lit,. itutinstiManag0er. i mmiers if the 0Chora . l ion. to lie V~Y u 't T iiJ
%t. N.CiMAiiii , Uli i, Ti.sin l: floiiigrehearsals: Ladies' chorus, ~ I~r~II
oss i.'tA-ird~,1:0p. iChapel; gentle-Une.
I t rOiTt . r w mein, 1:1) Friday: tinal rehearsal Mon-
t.. A, 5 nt iF 1:. E .JI. Bin-st - day evening. I. would urge the im-
SM~icry t',io-sig. A. W.JLo ait,'Si.2 an tet AG E O
0. o. Austn, . . ill p A, ortaiice of these rehtearsals ttpon each 2 .M i tet ..IE O
J. L. I tic. .5 (7. N.t-So-rs,'9i. and every meniter of the chtoruts.
laheE.':c r n~. I-iDa itindale. 9lA. .STANLEY.
Li. ,Coienridt.'"5. ItisK. Ott ist,i:;.t3r /'+" TOLEDO________________________
All COPY ou In t tithe toiiciiei..u, 8.,ii:t. i. j$INES
O f T l -l a f ' p b i ,v O iid a-
Time-Ciidiin effeit Sundiay, ,I51.1ii,
VI' scarcely ran iuuiagiisus how.vthe I)Ii. 1'i'ii iti~lt l sArerusIt ICilsrvii,. o i-iii-iriiu~io
seis ciioluris ruuttilluha-e beein itit Is theLEAnING SCOO0000F BUSINESOS Ing-
In setter rolituuiiiu. \tluouugtheti HcrsOI-d's citPhosphate. aoodat acippith; spistuiay cotc-supplid radingNo.u. i - Sind Euit es'.... ...... ia
1l111i()V( 'M""nS wer (ii~l~e~l y the c Iiuc-the e tirtetr; couiueurcialcrad atsin rtg Ned.:>. 3tat rAtitiArorAec*.u 1 .ll.
uuiote-ri tcr-1-lyu tyte Isi ss it fur isersil ycirs, niit sic;tath-dgptao 1 oitioan; No. 5.'Mail iiniiiCsosr-engo.....- i-i1. 1. in.
inch 'iiienrs- of iii tres Ilue", tih- tres- uuits- i iin 1y piuatie,hut iii iiiy owiiin ,ie~l-ssuoVx Carstouxc-Lit, 01 tuidtiwhs ON SLii
r d ivi(Iiul t case, ail(] iiiisiiii-r it iiider ill inaeoitilasi oaa weekis o k, Sutdrtss No. 2. 'aii aniid u 45cii - i sa.,sir-
enti conditioun suplytsretpays t}.to ri- C c-staaci- iofcththesirt n-rve P. R. CLEARr, Fre. 5o. htii oii)i ndEtyit-o........-..io1).-ill
era of the storetiior thseirtdelav. toiiics that t-c ~possess. 1-or mentsilex- -ssi. 5, tkiioiiuu4Ac0u uuriiCeniiaiiStin-ard Time.
Arraigne1eris stlul be aleim- streng th anud vigsr to the enitire Sys-IVLA*alexptu(a.
is1icliateltfr hetenisstoiirnameint tens. First Class andl rrned aruled InTled onySaiilyuexcett u-ti Stc-.5
forthOItiiiiai diai- iiycetSiuida.
ss-hicta wilt behe ldtlbefoe the edc f oiit Aust excellenit iandlage ceahle tonsic Ever-y Wsy. imtiitOiitaltSitiir
an peizr tnurse5nd5vg . H. IhENE-- ii . S. es cozy,(5
the college ycar. 1111(1 apiseti ern.itass.nrientesLocall ilivig-
______ ~~~orates the tired hraini and hbsdy, s y & Fenr ee si Scot ocl--e
A:. atteissist should ITO lmade to harts renieweden lergy Slnt vitality, Slid
Isis she Press tlol usa hetter foot- eilveistsefilit s.S E A.N & - CO . A,~

tog for lest year. It is Sn admsit-
tedl fartthsial good results shosildlhe
gainer1 Ironsthse ivork of a press
cliuk,swhen properly conducted.
Nosy that the jouirnlitstiiterests
of thse University are biecoing so
divserse there shldllnot lie a better
mseans of lharmsoniziisg and hringing
them tnto ctoser relationipthstan
througls the Piress Ctutb. Schaools
of journsalisms are adnsitted failuires,
for the reason that josurnaltim is a
profession wvhicls cannot he leariied
from hooks. Students who it--sire
training alosg thsese lines have
anmple opportunity to glean practi-
cal experience on thse various col-
lege puhlications.
Some means should he devised
wherehy the hest results should he
gained froio such opportunities. To
us is seems a psress club, if propserly
conducted, is the solution of thse
question.-
Six Records Broken.
Dartmonth wont the athletic sports
of the Newv IiuglatuelIniter-collegiate
Association at Worcester oval Wednes-
day with ease. Amherst vess seconsd,
Broswn third, Wesleyau fourth. The
grounds were in perfect conidition, the
track very fast, atnd six records were
smashed. Nine colleges wvere repre-
sented, Dartmouth, Amherst, Brownt
Wesleyan, Williams, Worcester, Poly-
technic Institute,'t'rinity, IBowdoin
and University of Vermont.
The great work of Jarvis, te Wes-

Descriptive tb5ispt freo ap piation to
Rumford Chemical Works, Provi-
dence, RI. SlRtS StOEt5.Ass AEN'TS tilt
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Candiy st-en you c-an get jnst as geea at R. E.
Jlliy . Ce.'s. Wle dos't charge esr styte, 5ut
give it to you, and that is one-half. Hodtnana
colt luncties at alt hausifathetirday andigh-tt.
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State Street.
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And Etse very choicest Candies
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y Call aiid see them -it
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Price: - 50c, 75c ande 1.00«
Seeure Seats at Wtls' Jewoelrv Store.
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PHOTOGRAPHER
NO. 12 W. HURON ST.

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