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November 06, 1894 - Image 2

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TILE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published iiaily (Sundaiys excepled) duricg
the College year, by
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OFFrICE: Timses biuilding N. Main st., opposite
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daiy. A ddress ail mtter iitecded for publi-
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cimmucicastions should bc siettlto the Bosil-
nesllManager.
THE U. OF M. DAILY,
Acii Arbor, (lics.
EDITORS.
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F. P'. SADiiERi, lit. '916, Assistiint.
H.COLiEMAN, Lit. '97, Assistant.
A. F. RlOCKWEiL, Lii. '10, Assisant.
J. A. Loipi e, Lit. It, Athiletic Editor.
:l. S. PEAune., Law '03, Business Manager.
-- Assistant.
Assistaint.
LT~iERARiY. LAW.
Minnie Thompsoc,'5i' FIB. lHamill, '05.
Carrie V. Smith. '96i. E. L,.Evsins, '13.
II. A. lianceer, '915. ii. 3. ilarrisoc. lii.
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m.of the day of publicatisis.
The editors do not hold thsemselvse respon-
sible for thieopiniosair statemensiof corrers-
pondeints, appiearing ini thle DLYo.
Hereafter thie Daily boxes illths'
mlain hiall, library aild law. hiilding
isill lit' iegulasrly openeuidud loller-
lions iiade every tday at 3,Ip. iii. Any
communiO~iclations 01' notices tdroplped
thierein Defett lotlme will appear
ini (lienext iday's hiller.
'Thle position of assistant busini'ss
mlanalger is still open to comipitition.
Thes place is a hoarud oil' lo fill since
an e'nergetic bisinessnialliisloneedled.
'The work iii itsilf is iiot tifficlt, ao
most of it caiii1be'iont'Satuirtdays.
Anyone wsiing to comlpete' fur the
lilacs caliisee thii'busilnss willitger
'T'eisjunior las'mnet 'esterdaly, hilt
as csnal, accoinplliedlnoihing. 'They'
snceededl, however, ini inching(1 so
iiinch noise that those in the library
founi it imipossible to work. 'Ther'

Song Recital.
Atilt'heInlainud Leagues'last ei'niiig
a large' croswd assembled to listen to
' t song recitl g iven by Silas It. 'Mills,
of Ditroit. Tieprograni, wshichisas
ssill t'hiisen, wast'i'iii ed'i'n iia highly
satisfacrtory mnim'r. Otis twoselolec-
lions froiiiSe'hnuiert andi Me'nde'lssohn
were' fascina~tling aiislhighily irtistis'.
Schiuiert's "IDas Whillril" ainid3'n-
de(lssohni's "\lorgs'ng-ciss."' Olithlii
I'eoca, 11111 Hawsley's "m'Whenalien'eis
(Gsill."
Mir. -Mills was assistedI by 'Liss
Delring is quite youiig, in fatt shii is
lilly 14 years'o tf agt et'ishii is aiiiart-
ist at great powser. Slit'rendired tswo
si'lec'iosonsin from ('loplil, a W~altz
ini Afliiit, and laither friiit \ogrisli,
bothi biing c'ncori'i.
tiunh wss'gvlen Mri. -Mills. Itlising
biieii a teaichier in the Schitol ot 'tnsic
hei is asell knoswniheitt' 1n1d1all his sild
frienids and imoinyof lia foi'mer'puils
'ft'enext enitei'tainmntlgivemnby itie
Ila~nduL eagnt' will be'a le'cture tuy
Glientflei'ce."
Saturday's Football Games.
Football gulines Sattirtday resuilteid 11
follosss: t'nrdiie10,('iceago I'nis-. 6;
Dairtimouithi 10, Willianis 0; Illinois 61,
Nusitleiestern 0I; Vale 32, Brown 0; T7.
of towa 14, Kanisas tnisx. 32; Wiscon-
sin 4(6, Beloit 0i; tPe'nn. 30. Ctamnden
Athleti ichb 13; Albioim10.,ttillsdsile 4;
Mlissoiiri 18, Neburaska 14; (Oherlimi 20,
C'use 6i; AnmherstI6, ('rescent Athletic
club t0; Oirange Atlicl club 6i, La-
Fayttc 38; West Point 3lb. lion I0;
Nasal Acasd. 10, Lehigh 0, Datmouthiil
1i0, 'Williams01: Illinois 6i0, Northwst-
in 0; Yule 12, Browni 0; Wiscoisimi4(6.
Bt'loit i0; P'urduie 10, ('hii'ago I. i6;
Rutshi Iedcli. 14. Lsike 1ForestI0; (Colier
('ollege 24.,tLoiisv'ille A. ('..

INTER-CO LLEGIATE.
London is soon to hair a nesw uni
veirsity. which it is hipe will rissl
O~xforid saisd(amiibrisge.
'fur icoeeOf (Oxord u(nisersiy is
$6,000000.'Theirs' rs' 12,000 stdens
sistribiut'd lamiong 2 tolltgs.
Th'ie'rpor of flh' Prinietoni(le
('lbotsfrtiellsalst year ha~s just been
issedi, ati hiosss total rcesits sit
$17,t078.615 hull sxplitliirs'out$17.-
5479.(.
The Yals'-Nsss. ini its 'Thirday's
issius, gut' an ineresing accout sot
flu' first tsottball gameo, iiider tRugby
rule's, bs'ts'en Yals' amiiiHarsvars.
which tool lilies in the tll of 17.,
'fhIs'Vassar girls sdeatedts'hiosisss-
ioll: Retsolvt'd. Thatft'higetr di-
cstioni tinfits sil foiIsr imatsrimoniy.
Ini thie' arsvar'd-('oresll gmile hI
mash' 27 icks.0'. Bi'ssse'i'2.ani
Al'righingtoni .
Co'rinslliials aiatdoins'd exminiastisi
ft the soilosithile eim.andI aill ol-
tinife mseiatons until the closing tday.
Stnde'its aill sand srfall on (le
graid's imasintailnedsIthroughout flit
term in recitaios.
THE VICTOR TRADE MARK
is ans absolute guratee oquali ty.
Itisnevesr fousdon aylbut iiie est
goods.
Victor Athlete Goods ranisisths
Victor Bicycles, and are beoming
more pipular every dsy.
Full line of IBseball, Tenis, oot-
mul, ymnasilum nd siAthletic up-
pies.
Send tsuectalogeof Victr Athletic
Coods,
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Maers of Victor Bicycles.
Bostnc PIhilaelrphlia, Dtrit,
New rk ii. Ciicago Desr.
jaraeo Lseinee sPrsi n
Academic Music
"COLLEGE SONGS"
Miost popular colege collection ever pub-
lised. User 300,000 sol. Heavy Paper
00 cents; Cloth, Gilt $1.00.
"New Harvard Song-Books."
Includic all the nesest Harvard songs
Heavy Paper, $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
As sung in the lrsdig colleges for women.
Heavy paper, $1.00.
"Boot's Album of Songs."
A ncoslection of fSe yrial ongs by
the author of "hfere's a 0Heslth to lcusg
C'harles" which is included. $1.00.
Acy booh seit postpaid oii receipt of price.
Send for bulletins of the ccw vocal ad
instruenital music.
OLIVER DITSON CO.,
463-463 Washington 8t., Bston.
C. H. Dison & Co., N. Y.
J. E. Diton & Co. Phila.

J. T. JACOBS. CIIAS. B. ALLMAND
JACOBS & ALIMAN,
DIEALEBS IN
++ SHOES. ++*
COME AND) SEE lS.-~.
The Washington Block.
Is th~e LEIiNG SCHOOL OF BSUINES and SHORT-
1H5N0,bMagicent uilding; ten tehers; large
attendance; god discipine;cupreor work el
supplied readinig ro; daip letures Saurdy
einsgfrece'piions; opmnhe etieye. Excerp-
tio a t ilities fr pacing sdet in postio c..
Bo.:d and roam om hu .75 per etin priate
fasmilics. Thee ratereduced to.oy slf-
PeriiqFr Caaogue addecss
P R CARY Pes
JULH GRAND) OPERA HOUS'
THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 8
Engtaementiu of liii brililant younmg actor,
Mr. Win. Morris
sidia.siiisi.emiimy fpliysisiisud
producsiIiono P~ile s grietestpay
THE LOST PARADISE
Abrillianicly viitesniaindipuerful dramsa
of the thmes .0nigihtis is"isvYor.See
thur great strikie in he Irsin Wours. Director
of Gusavsec fromsim.
Prices,-arqurt,.5; iarue Cris, 7c
('aliesy 3 5isld3'c
Big Four Route
BlEST LINE TO
INDIANAPOLIS,.
LOUISVILLE,
and CINCINNATI.
ELEGANT
Through Sleeping Cars
BETWEEN
Petoskey, Louisville and
Cincinnati.
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA
BIG + FOUR + ROUTE.
E. . ICCORICIC, D. B. MARTIN,
Passenger Traffic Mgr. Gen. P. A. T. Agt.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
FOOTBALL SUPPLIES.
Every esuisit' o' the
ame.
.\ Spaulding'n
Official
Inerolegat
r3- Football.
~fjee o~ Adopted IS4 by the
y 3intercollegiate Assoia-
thn, and must be used
ll all match gaies.
PRICE. iths inflator, V$.
Spalding's complete Football Cataoge
sent free. "Spaldin s Official Football Guide
for 18W." edited by Water Camp. containing
the new rules and ther valuhle informa-
tion, by mal, p rice 15 cemts. Spalding's
trade-mark ems what you buy is the garatee
that the goods are the bsh.
Nrc Yrk. Chilcago. Philtadlphi.
$K I 31' ) EffiGsA. IL :B I
Students Recreation Head-
quarters.
No.2 N. Main Stench
ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS.
Ladles and ents Clothing Ceanedh
or Dyed
3 W HURON ST, ANN ARBOR.

hmis cruiese iii Ohie suabble which is Cornell Says No.
miow being earrietd su, amid the chas
ce iIt tostheir own goti nmeiicanud -replort. hias lurcngoing utie rotuds
ho the pseace ot thur othier departmeolnts of thue press that arrnt'cig:iuu'uts mu,
to elect thseir sfficerswitihiouit futheisr be'ing mash' tsr another' 'foomtuall gamhi
trotuble. swith Htarv'srd. In orderi to asertaino
fluie fuelts inith umatster'. it Stuirportu'r
'The camphtB u nnim etdiately adoining imnteview'ed thle footboall usauu'lrti,"c
the Wa~stermnGynasinuis still tun- auuilrceivedthe fli' ollowing clii':
it for athuletic pnrposes atndl the var- "You miay- state that Oheic will not toe
ions class te'amus have a larut-s ime tso :.lrs'n gaule us-ttb llavn." Ills ccii'
ind ut place to hpractice'. Sesveral memison. This'mautler wass chae~ts'I ur
havea'e sady been hurmt sun pils of with the Harviardiil suiag-'Os udirectly
diebris, andutio0 acteliac orak caun be atiru Itie giamhe Satmurdasy, an:I ttio 'iii-
(ione oni this accounot. The whlole posasibility of a secondl meertinogseas
place could be cleaned up iii less than Ilanly chioan becanse of this' tact
half a clusy ansi.somre steps should be thaou r dates are niowa'll fu11 -).c irtms
taken at once iniisl direction. sc -;son."-Cornell Sun.
JtohutnHopkins Univ'ersity has 5113 'The 'Uiversity of California expuects
students enrolled this year, Ohio largest to send an athuletie team to compete in
number in its hisntory. the Intercollegiate gamoe nexf spring.

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