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October 30, 1894 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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Pulis'hed 1)aily (Sudays ecept d) during
the Colleg year, by
THE U Of M, NOEPEUE1 ASSOCIAION
OFFrIE: Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
Subsc'ription price 2.50 per year, Invariably
in advance. Singlicoiies 3cents. Susrip-
lions maty be left at the uffie of tietitt,
at Sottit's, at State st. new stand, with any
of the editors or athorized solicitors.
C'ommunicationts should reach the office by
7 oclochr p. m. if they tre t appear the net
lay. Address al mtter ittended for patli-
catistn to the Mtanging Editor. All bsitess
comntunications shotild le sent ts th Busi-
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Ann Arbor, ilici.
EDITORS.
.. L. Loiumi, Lit. '15, Managing Editor.
F..1'. SAni:et, tLit. 'l, Assistant.
11. CLiMNn, Lit. '7, Assistant.
A. F. Locawit, Lit. '5, Atsianait.
J. A. LEnoY, Lit. S, Athletic Editr.
J. S. PEAtR, Law '5, Business Maager.
-- - - ,Assistant.
.Assistant
Minnie Thompans I F B. liamnil, '5.
Carrie V. Smith, '6. E. I. Evans, '5.
H. A. Dancer, '5. G. B. Harriso,'9.
S. B. Puley, '(1. MEDICAL..
E. S. Nibiac, '5.
DEN'TAt. H. B. Gammon, '5.
All copy mst ie t it se office befoe 8:305 a.
i.of the day of pulication.
Tue editors do not hal thcmsles rspon-
siblscfoe te tpnlions testatomealst cores-
pondent, appearing in the DiALY.
IC will bc stll froi thit'trtile o
thei Gliii'aiid 1iltijitlobs i atitiie
coltmnlsthat lihi miktihi'olithliieltb
thils yait s especially ston~g. "'ili
ttstr te ersoinel of their rspctivt
clubs antheflcbrighitncssof'itheuirro-
pects. Thet'clutibhislye-ar will mtake
muchtlitiore extinsise tons both bus-
hg Thankgiviiig aiitlsrig vtca-
tios,tfanilastt, andlith two 1111such
completent-it on 1Cli t' busiiesscoil
lt' outlookt bothi froim afianial anti
atisicipioinit of vlots'is Vry enosr-
tigitig.
Thes Daily is plasetd to note Clii'al-
prottchi tsomethinigtkini ts ollege
spiriC this yCarlamtngitilghut'womeni' iotf
lie Univtersily. Tis 1sowniniitheir
vtarious "sireatds" thnd nitteeparticas-
ltarly il their mo1sf geierousspurhae
itt locketrs, biut tielt fint'is ytt tirontc
whei'iiwt-ccatllostlit sci siriC as is
shiownilliliei'folowing frmmtilit Cor-
nell Sunth oichlispeaking iof subscori-
tiont aiifund for fie atlleic etmls,
"'Slit'toiSli liftit'.IUniversiy it-
spotnitetd very -generously to iteall
for stubscriptionso W'tneday. It is a
fatethfiat the iiei ilii do well to niste
andl iode ot, that the protorion of
snbscritersiaimoig thle woein was
ltarger thanth lat amlong fie lin."
lngttofiteWuafermnuGCyiinasiiui goes
oii apace. andsiitsis stsw apparetlB~y
a question itt a fess' says when classes
will be formed, yet nothing as been
sal of a formal dedication, adl 11
steps seem to hve eein taken toward
that end. Till opening of the gyina
slum will mark one of the greatet,

if not ft' grtatst, steps forsad Ctle
lUiiversity has ver takei, aid i
should not bt'. allowed o 1p1ss without
alppropiriateceremlonies. (Ott' imost
promli'ent aluniishould is' initd
ainl somie of themu froimiChiago and
Detroit givesilaces on fle rograte
wh'iit'hshiosltd itlude us less a iiaii as
onit'offt' steaker's lan one honored
iresideti imellitf. AMeotters of tlic
ftaculty svho have ttk'iintill erittts
In ftct, Ce ftriiatl soeing ttftie
gyninasitirouittl foim titi tclusot
never lit itoforgottt'n.ItIsold btt
ft'geat cs-ntltofit'e yoariid it it
is fthi' madicsot iislitie smt'hiing
wstibetinig tdot' inithat cdirctonli.
Unity Club Concert.
Iliispitetof lt'iiclemenicy iffit
s'stiliitr fts'e Uitfuirant chiurciwtis
tutledItst night o ear Aitt. . . il-
bitet, il le t'nity Cub coeo. f-Icwso
assisited by Ai. Felix SLamnt, orign-i
lt, tf Diefroit, ttS Mis Minnit' Diesis,
pitanist. of Atn Arbtor. Te lprogramh
otittitdiwith a fbetittiftl ie 2c' oiite
to'gtinibty'Mi. fLamontdsu, iiio tappear't't
onttheii'progain out flles,t lt'ete-
lighit of lovers tf organ mtisisi. In it-
sponset otn cicoeclit' plyel Peyc's
htymnt wvhichi waheIlsprettiest atheflt
mltot iatfreiateit s well as lt'eftt'sl
exeuttedlof tll his niuibtes.
Miss Mitlitit fDtvis gav' 1t1o ltpino
piectt'ts of which Ntt'rtet'. 37,iT No.
3, wtas specitlly it.
The violini playing by ,r. Bilbit' sas
ft'fiatiurt'of lt'e evenin's enerinl-
mentt. f-S is iiiartsto of high rtnk.
His iiees wee htppiliy chosen aiit
sve'lt'xt'cuted. "itr'tdutioiietolloi-
tdt t'tpricioso" wvts exepttioally well
retnteretd. He resitondued to tilt' enott
with i t' eatifufol "t'tvafntm" bty'iRalf.
'akenlltafogefthe,lt'e etetrtaiinmentU
was fully til to ftost' giveoi mre
cooly conrses. Tic cors of sliter-
tainients whic-li ihe UniityfC'lub gis 0
tuis ye'tr is antxelent slit'and det-
serves ft'libertal atonatge i is re-
Yale's Field Day.
'Tht' folowving se-un'ile iii nsiner in
101ytartds lss-Btrnet, 2 yds., lit
221) ytrds dtioi-.ordan. 4 yds. 2
25 so.
+441 yai'ds rtiii-Ciubb, scratch, :ii
ase.
88011 yards rtn-Ilorgat, scrtfchi 2
hmin..). se.
Mile run--Brinaiitrd.1011yds.,1 11111.,
10l se.
1211hisrtlt'-Cadystiatc, Ill 1i
221) hisrde-Cady, srth, 26 - ae.
Rutnniin'g bioatijuinp-Fewsiiith, 3
in., 20 ft. , in.
Runoning high inlet) o, 1/ i,.
3 ft., 9/ i.
Pole valt-VcanWinkle 1 in., 11
ft, 7 in.

Lectures on Football.
A series of lectures on "Foothtll at
Yalt"' is nuov beiiig delivtred with
great success throughout teCuntsltry
by Thoiias Cohrai, jr., '9, aid W.
W. JLonsbry, '84. '(ile places tl-
retatdyvisited inlud ti P1.2ali tnd
Aulilnetpolis, Miiii.; Matdison, Wis.;
Holyoke, Mass.; (troy, N. Y.; St.
Mattrk's schitol, Anudov-r tantSGroto;
tanut wtitiiua slitrt tme hicletuhre
still itt' presetd lithCe tOrange Ahi-
leticclsib, Lehigh University, Harris-
btug,ttenn., Wilkes-Bar, Pelu..thet
Yale Aumniui Assoiations of Niw
York saut ('hicago, anit at many ttht't
by AIri. fiochirtain1111dieahone is ilus-
tuit ithiiabouht: 100stereopititcn
vie'ss by Ai. Liousuy. 'I'e'trt-
gess oftihCii'gameut'is f113' desribedi
frot 1277 lilto daft,ta specialifea'ufr
tf thilt'ddrss being "A Day ttititheii
Taletetait." 'Tiii'amtuc e is ttkni
tsifit t'e tamito fle gymnasiund un
thou withite coiero o tefelditt,
wheisre' le systemiiott traciec thd
cotaclhig is ieprotduc'di anthoroughy-
e'xplinedu't. hiehhii'i' of tll tie famoius
platyti'sarec shownu, 111101the 15113ysithat
ihtttide ich ianthCii'blst of bis tay3are'
fuil' l dscreied. T'Slt ure has bei'n
caettfully' prespaledtflints obsrvttiiios
ands e'xpe'riiees Ionithe ie lt'd,ani i
M''ormiick, 'hO85S.; W. W. Ief'ciiigtr,
'lut S.;IWalite tampt.'511; A. A. Stgg,
'88:1;1. A. Hiukey, 'hdiS;Auu'. C. Wi-
te, '113 8,. If, is poos'd o gise thi
ltecthre'iii Net-iv tavenin hle trly
hrt of Detcmber.-Ya' Nsws.
To give the "Mesh oni Earth" is hio
nmotto of Witers' Palace Laudry,
which leaves nothing undone that cnn
be done o give perfect work. We col-
lect Miondays and deliver Thrsdays.
Leave orders at Flde's Tailor Soptl,
cor. of State and William ot., or ad-
dress card to L. D. Carr, 22 N. State st.
'ueisiyailts receiedl a ;itt Cu
6:0,0to btli e usd ifie erectioi ot a
it'pr luibra-try at tC hioWusle'otyani
Elivc-irsity.
A lI LETic
are made in the immense Victor fac-
toies of unlimited facilities. Victor
Baseball and Tennis Good, Football
and Football Supplies, Gymnasium,
Sprinting and Sparring Shoes, Boxing
Gloves, Indian Clubs, Dumb Bells and
Exercising Wands are leaders. We
also restring Tennis Racoets.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Dakoti to Biyls.
Bs. ihildelphia. Derit.
New Yrk. Chicago. Dne.
Sn Panimi. Lon. Angees. Portimd.

J. T. JACOBS. CHAS. H. ALLSIANO.
JACOBS &ALIMAND,
itEt1LIĀ±,RS IN
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The Washington Block.
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
For EvorS tihito and Everybody.
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from th~e Faculty, and notices fromsi
flue athletie teans and other studet
organizations.
It contains complete reports of all
University events of interest.
ft keeps yotu posted on yosur owvt
and every other department.
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DAILY office, Timues builditug.Stoff-
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holilies. Theneraten reduce-d ho l.sa by sell-
hoarding, Fnn Catalogue address
P- R. CLFSRY, Pes.
'r'E GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Wednesday, Octob'r 31
'ST' Eminent C.omedianu
SOL SMKITH RUSSELL
In hitsgreateito'scitaractet tnthplty,
by E.i I'.idder,
PeacefulValley.
PRICGES: First Floor, fl; Balconi. eon
Sic. Sale of seats will open Monday mot nitgi,
Ot. 29.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
FOOTBALL SUPPLIES.
Every SRequisite for thte
Game.
', ' Spauldang's
k Intercollegiafe
A ,5Football.
- ~ ~ gKAdopted 189d by te
z - Itercollegiate Associa-
Stioni, and must be osed
ini all match gashes.
h'RICE, with inflator, 1,5.
Spalding's coniplete Football Catalogue
sent free. Spalding's Official Football Guidi'
foo l89st edited by Walter Camp. containiitg
Cur se e iis and other valuable infornta-
ton, by maih, prico 10 cenits. Spalding's
trade-mark oii what you boy is te guarantee
that the goods ire the bass.
New' York. Cileage. Philadelphia.
ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS..
Ladies' nod Gents' Clothing leaned
or Dycd.
3 W. HURON ST., ANN ARBOR..

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