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November 07, 1894 - Image 2

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Pub1lshed :Ditly I(Sundays exceptied)drn
thet-ttalt'gs year,tby
1HE U0 0 M, INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION,
OFFICeE:T imeS building N. Mains -t., opposite'
Sat teiptitmn ice x0.50 peeryear,-ivariabli y
in advnance. Sn oisScns usrp
tio may be, left at the ofitenof tie' Daily,
at Statlit t, at State st. new stand, with any

THE U. OF M. DAILY.
College Songs. During thin month tihe publishers of- J. T. JACOBS. CHIAS. It. ALLMAND..
for to send the M17usicaf World on trial
T he follow ing ongs wire sun;g Sy for four mouths on receipt of 25 cents
Cornell in the ('ornell-tllrvart gaet, in stamssp. Thin will include te beau- JACOBS & ALMi1AND,
Oct.2:tiu Christmas anti New Year's Holl-W
Asec-SwEET M~Al't J . day numbers, and te four issues will tEALEiI N
Lisen o Ste alewe ell Bily uicontain about 20 piececs of new music,
Liron t the taleo Ode (oell, Billy l besides a large atmount of interesting S - )B~
Oil, musical reading. No music, lover
We have traveled all the way should fail to accept this liberal ofter. COME AND) SEE U ~ -
'T Alanthattan Field today; Address Tue S. Itraitiard's Sons Co.,
We htave comie tto watclt yout ilay, Chcao
Billy Oui. Ciao
The Washington Block.

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temmn tItttittt.sttttuld rtealhtheit titcttbiy IKick a goal, Billy Ohll
teiteltck p. mtif titey ie tot tttfttt t thenet Whtile te slogans upwvard roll, E
UpadrigOhie Cortiell yell,-
,-mmsiattttaaltttlt tt a'tt ttit Io-i- We are sotunding Harvard's knell
THE U. OF M. DAILY, Billy Ohl? i E'T C
__AntttAtrbttt, Silt. ,° te
___-It we once can Surns'ein dowvn, Billy " '
EDITORS. O111, 4
r>, L.LtttLit.'%lIS. itttwri Edilt. We xiii paintt 2uatiatttttt town, Bil- c
14. ittiesusaN, it. '97, Assistatnt. Th t ave said we eouldnt't score, Isith LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINiESS and SHO1T-
'li.RCK ELLt. ,Asitn. Tey wl a i ee m r+HND Mtagnificent building; ten teachers; lag
A. I. tttaittt i li. '5, ti-ttit. 'ite xvii ay t ieve ittre aattndance; gnad disciplitte; superion woatk; nitl
.1. A. ItR, it, it.ti,Athtletic Editte. 'iWienth le gisiste today is o'er, Billy are matte inth ie immense Xictor toe-nspptl-id rading room; daily lectiures;Saturtday
Jt. S. teoitti -Ltt '955 Buttintess ltttttttgv. Ohil. H. J. 0. tre l sniits aiiis i~tct i tttrtceptionis; open the antiateyeare. dxe-toa aiiisfrplcn tdnsi oi ay
_-- As..tatitt. Bo e and ream $z to $2.75 peraweet; ittpriatet
- Assittttt. Atit--St, i,,ta.1 Ca1t itttntetc. Itaseball anti Tennis Goods, Footballstfinities. Thee ates seduted tin t5i by attt
LITRAY. (ftotnhliseantiurditFofo tballSupples, aidiita tor Catlogueaddiests
ii Thoito,'7ttv 1.. 55l,5. OalsttitootFolttyba lltuslis ymnastiuml, P R. CLEARY. Pies.
Carrie V. Smittt, 'tEi. E.-. +.vl tiita9 eserISrntntndS arngSosiB xn
tt. A. ttancenr,'95s . i. It. -rli-tit . . ere jolly Cornuell students, whiove Sprining ailrSparingPhoes, Hoxin
S. B. Shiley, i5. MDALntti. comte thet teami to cheer. Gl(oves, Indian Clubs, lDutmbBells and 1HEGAI)OEA ,OS
F . iickistte. We wantS to hold the crimesoni downi,arTH SD
DETL_1_.G_____s. btmstol Y ie ecsigLns r edes eT IJ 1EVENING NV
acttst-t-tMEOAIC. 'do see "Ptop'"Warnuer risthie ball also restring 'Tennis Rancnts.
_____________________________ across te Harvard line.
All cttpynmt at t ofie tt bt't~a't'et'r e,a. E-t____f__ r~liirt oin; atr
in. of te tdtyttf ttblitiontt. Last week we caaused old Princeton ttTtent't t tt-ttiittteit'tte
to tremuble and to quoai, OVERMAN WHEEL CO. M r. XVt-n..Morris
'tittaetiltttra te ntteltd tmenttlavu-a et-it-A.double kitSw-e twistetd inithe
Bible'forte ioptlinionts te stttementtaottcttts- Nassau tiger's tal--,- atker s ictor iclesni.. it tattga iye tlt
tittdeittapea inett it heit IttLYi. Today we iteet xithtHtarvard, atid 5Bosne. Pildephti. Ditroit. ptodetini r ttStlia a aitteat play,
If -t t ie tsrehaitOit unto them wse'll show Sitw Stub. Chicago. Denver.
Ifayo h eorsb reteHoax'Bitlly Ohl s-outkick te basll, tPACII OTt : tTH "E LOST P.ARADISE
tnti'ltg ttf tilt stthot ortcttt ltdt tand 111( autt Ittsstig itala tlo'. tan FPanss co. LosAngees. Potltand.
______________________________________ A brillitly ttitttttten td tiawarful tdrtntt
yeterdatytS aftt'tnttnlttt 11s its ttttttfileSo itere's success to old C orntell utpont * '1 tofttheties. 305ntgttts itt New Sttrk. Set-
Mahta Acade ic M u ithe-aittt tttikain theItrott Wvrks.ttirecatoa
motdsraeu tfftairs 5whill-l -stver tuuanutuFieldi, II.oUf ii'..Glius~IC tavsel tttut.a
An oorrushters antd our backss 1' eat I arutaitO; 1t'ttlet't itlt'.5eit
ttceurt'td int hit'Iiversaty. At tttt now mtay te crimson yield. Gtlry 9 n e
othtetr unetiutis yeatr iuas tie frtlt'r- We knsoxvthtat xve will hsoid thtemnt
ut-udat nect, tt'betni ii ~ l V downt, but most of all we pine 'COLLEGE S JI iNo r E~ut
tiy-ndpedetibe )s'at rpte To e Pp anrrs h alacross Ste Harvard line. 0. H. iF. Stoat populaaleIeectioette nu
itrawt, atdtttito__behoped__that__it_ lisptud. Stae 10lts00atotd. Heavy Papev, BTu LINE TO
utever wilt sm-It au extenS againt. INTER-COLLEGIATE. 50 cents; Cloth, GGlut, $1.00.
Ther_ INDIANAPOLIS,.
'ile entiroeueetiusg was hutntmark-dS otly- I111Ltieteupniedto to hiocall''New Harvard Song-Books.'' LOUISVILLE,
etrolst to thioqttiet, harmo-tuietilett 't- Icuinaltenws avr ot
filecreet-t-andmidtetns it Harvardi o1t tevlaer, ttv1.att0 itstt tt~'anid-CINCINNATI..
lien stf the settoltis.sv hiert'thleHevP0vt0.
'Tut'stday.
fraternuity menot ttte'd like getntlemeutaut EEGN
'n eersece ssc. hue Aillituits alevenaillxt betapresenit- "COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."EEAN,
tut tr eialt ss Ta.'hiee
ttt witittciSiolitd siive-rsctlit y StH.A. As sun.ts ite tt'tdiutgettliegie oitit att. Through.Sleeping Oars
is not txcuste fer OhioJeitadutihisseHeavy Papev, Si1.00. tiETWEEN
ttf yesiterday, andttui xlilo sihere iti5 tno tifCtiutuebiAitumetof oSon"vii Petoskey, Louisville and
doeubt ttsat t'e iunttpendetts eul -I-t-a~satt'laats S."otsAlu fSns"Cincinnati.
('entall rtaliks us thea ittst frternity A utetwcolltetiottottfintt1yirvital sotitgss.by____________
ptartly' to blamei'.vet the fratterutnxityittet tt-tttttutor fn e reat-i a a t ettlto sitnitt
litihips' it t hit' itunt'y. tit iha27 chiap- ctttvea' niit ind ttett. Si.00. ASK FORS TICKETS VIA
ttwxe iittothileir fraiarnitiesl-s if tt to - - - - - Atty btttok atsIentpo taittotttteeeit;ttof picle.
a-..,. . -,Set,,,.fiSic iittilatittan=ef tnlttltttts iatiatl _tu t A BIU + A0 U.L1 + TL A1i

cetitt-thisaf tenon.ti'ttalis t
S'rttmi preseult luutlt'ttittts thea tieD-st
crowdttwichliautile a-r gticii' tOxa i

lit's. til ittlIaiteturishlu condutitlin.
it Yti0 llttt(' hi-it tiiE)'tettgttis -taxisted.I
t1i-x--ir ltittri' Will le tiltVvtsitiliatet'y

Staetdtfotittitttinttt ftheaew _______dBI_+_FUR _+_OUTE
F 0 intliu5tt'f.a0 tImtisictN
OLIVTYER DITSON CO.,. Paaaen vTratluit Mgrt Gen. I &TAT Kt.
S 4 0tsttgom 5,liitut. A. G. SPALDING & BROS.

trout haret tatroi-tit xvll uttenidthe I tttU.ttl11.ttttt-a. ttiitt -CttttN.tg Y. -FOOTBALL SUPPLIES.
(Of siturseo there xI111he great t tutlt t he tii' rtsitlettl itt itite <ituitiitsuu atii -- ' Siaulding's
tent, bitthiet'trotuile h<1ss tin-itsat eItu ia S - ' t Official
prtogress oftiili' ttih seits -XiAll t( ~ ~- \ .'- 7-Itro
hereiofore tha~t Axlilo C\e'rs1mi-itt se11(1ieti eittdil~it-stir uailegreeit' eti' Eaqetattei v-. - - Ji -ahh -- Fota
his iitrdtest, the ceheeringtwa )z15 ttioiteit Iresett. Alunextfeicier clletdlii the\ '' a Adoutiedt1t94Iby thue
utuenie andtti tligof leadertlt. "'Ilea .. . . -~t . e 7 Kttiieti'iuaselt
oratr" ill e , rod.'5F 5 -os andtt bsteause
tallys tttgests thteretoforo e Sa lit nut5I xiiti'ltetosttiitf)rill
aheiherttptit'y-i'tsr"ettiitillbeOttoephreset in. ~ Ryttthe sslstt itlate,, Sd
atleicbordapont"yllmstrs SRA AREi'rT.E IES '. Spaling nstottet'eeootbttllCatloeio
niall s CIGtRETTE sM5KERS 5 enttfrtae'tpatdinsOffitilFeotbalt Giie
xxiose uty it xwiii be io direct allIGARTTEMOKES______aew itt tr5184," edtted by dalttetintp, cesssilitg
Offer to Music Lovers. ing so pay a ltitle mere ttthntie pie e tei-nwruesantud othesYattitbti inform t-
viteeriitg. It xvould also heta gitodtcehtrged fritheertdintryytrade Cigsrttes, tion, ity mail, prite 10 cnts. Spltldiugns
______xsiltfindITHIS BRsuptteir tnalsothers. trade-miarkontwout you toyia the gatanitee
iplan if fotbl isttngs tie xwritinanid Silatthegare tee st.
Btmgstli at' tl'Diyiriit traina~rd 's Mlusical World for No- The Richm~ond Straight Eut No. I New Yoerk. ChUliago. thtiadeIpibt.
todatwo oixx'tfheiiongtttesite 'at tielvrebermoutaofsreaing es tul tr nti f1T{S T IJ~ -.~ '~
Cornel-Itarvaird game tn enter to gix' "Vicnna Beauties Wtz~iies" by C. Si. inifcater, old Ihighest eons GOLD LEAF Students Recreation Head-
those desiring So ry thseir hand xwhiat ieurer; "Gavotte tPasearelei by I ge EWARus SFaie7Ta. quarters.erv
esmhs omus uro iss. 'ue aii' xiiiC. Verner; 'Eveneinug" by Otto Dresel, shat tilue oftthet tt'mtanuaurers aso No______ N.____ain___Street. ___
gladly upublishssums'sonugs if muerit anmd Stree excellent Piano counpositiouus; belowt its5onIeverytackSage. ANN ARBOR
tieeiaoraosxvu iehy su namd Anita Owen's beautiful song tII $ t STEAM DYE WORKS.
Dream of Thee, Love." This umusic W B RANCK ,tISRN 051 ais n eta ltin ,lae
not be cheered on to victory at Detroit alone is wxorths $2. Tile World is ________________or- Dyed.
by time songs of thseir alnma mater. $1.10 icr year, 15 cents per Copxy. Subscribe for the Daily. 3 W. HURON ST., ANN~ ARBOR..

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