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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

ff ~ I p i should stagyat home. half the good
'AIALi + bd 1150in o orei intt li' iiquaint-
______ ':tra0 on inkesn. It is not thie
1Pullished Da ily(Salndays e",pIti ii (urin u nount ot kinowledge 011e'gt, fir n'

i

THE U. Of M, INDEPENDENTASSOCIATION,
OFFriIC, Times building N. Slain it., opposite
Susrpion trice 02.50 per 51e1', i lliablly'
in adve Singl oie'.et. usr
thole. may be left iat11the ~offcof 111(0 I)AILY,
it Sltots, .at State st. 1new stand1, aw1111 (y
ofthe editorsoraueorliizl',ediolicitol('s.
r o'coc 1.em.if theyuoare, ti apear'theolnext,
day. Address allhiatter0inendleid 111r publi-
catllil n till'y Shianll;ing; too. All bisiness
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
EDITORS.
J1 1.. Lc.01110, Lit. '95, SManalging Editor.
. 1. S1Ii mltil, Li. ', Asisnt.
J1.A. belles, 1.11.96, Athiltic Edito.
Assistant.
-ITERARY i A.
tCarrie V. Smilth 'ii6. 1.. 1L. Echons, '9i5.
It. A. 1 1000e, '15. (0 . IItarisoli, '1(1
S. B. Shiley, '9)3. MEDtICAL..
F. S. Nibilack, 9i.

(in tudtytiy tlveie', so M11101h11:isth'
poillih oreaii olielb'istinguishes11he
1111111.s11casnnot11be5lI1'Iiol by all(
'miglig withll'othelll(('ar11 yvil and
at1M1chigan'with llege wmen- a
wel1111)' 11(51 if ou1 fee(1111,1(...:
Wfse , go tthe strial etfol-tlati
ngteaIt: old elesypeverly saw.ou
beit. andlleo Tierst .e t oie-t
1t111aarea.
Jtt tt IE lIPlti5lllln

At the Grand Opera House.
"The10 Poliee InspecOtor"Iwanslpresen1t-
e eel '0lIrttl5' tfI'trlootllitt tie 11if-
T1o B~illyWilsnl, at Nesv York tilald
Iteoteri5 he stlthosbil)of this s0011
of a1 wea11115'S\lo'Yorklbanlker, 1w11(
1in 11 sel d'fens, 1ushli 0'a0'tel li~ll ild
his 010sa\ld'r0 al01111(101secretd bn
tlimiteoi 1(1 t0'15 nlltemps to rim(
banrs' physi('i1'n5ad emp 0(0loig all'
Ill v nl rl;tl it11' e(115 111 s'11' ild de-(1 1
ltective.l, coIll 'l '1(11 0(1 11 11 his'0 en-)'
detivor to 1cor(ectly1(1111 11t1111'In-
5(1(0 York cit. ((clin te itgwv
laIt express81'I illadprotl "atc
teitc fta ed loan""'.""he Ip
claliesintrducd0Nvre airly"-- d
l'ol1I(5l dSillsTfi ltine111 t 'oni --
t'ale'IOs-oconmtlbl I lIOstlast,
:Footiall Jo: 1 the YlIi j l l t12.-l '
BYVICTOR ATHLETIC GOODS
OV lat EMANs Wm heL COeri

J. T. JACOBS. CH.11 II. ALLMAND-
JACOBS & ALIMAN,,
IIEALEIO IN
+*SHfOlES.++
COM\E AND SmEE IS .~
The Washington. Block.
~RY.
IsteLA INSCHOOL IF BUINIEISS and 1S0111-
111ND0Magnifientl building; tnleaceslag
attoendance; gaod diseipliae; supeior warit; well
siilelie-'.readiagerom; dily ileues;. Saturday
'1 1100.1reeptians;oenitbe enie year. Excep-
tional faciithies far pleaig stadents in poiti.;
Bo- (11 aed eoom I2 Ia 11115 e sweek ill private
bp~il s.-'Tbeseiateisredaced ta 11 en by ti
b0.:. i~ ori Catalagaeaddess
I ~P R. MAPres.F
'HE GRAND) OPERA HOUSE,
SATURDAY EVENING, NOV, ID
TheI~to '(01 Ne 'lor obtlIliil(.
The Police Inspector.
A 'rateiiidlie ilislie icture of hiolimi' Lifie
ill 'iewVIIork1111iilnilproduced(ithise-l(
Thei Mute0llnd arrivi.of th o lie lsua.
ialties. li'iilai of Comidy.
PRICES, - 35c, 50c, and 75c.
Big Four Route
BESLINE15To
INDIANAPOLIS,
LOUISVILLE,
and CINCINNATI.
ELEGANT
Through Sleeping Cars
BETWEEN
Petoskey, Louisville and
Cincinnati.

in' ofltioe(ly if pulicatimi. Hutrrahi ! Hurrahli! for Pennsylvniia.
'0111'edmios doilot iolid Ithemslve e'ispon-11(.Hurrahi! Hurrah!1 for the lRed (hid
shllfo te inins o(10tatements of'cor(sil-B'lulte to-day,
ponnslill, asa inii'ill stl' hDim. . We're going to whlip the t'igers anii
they'll have 110 10000t10say~.
There' wilil be(a'sntilil 'i''y i~niiRh! Rahi!1 Rahi! Pennsyl'aiiia.
ipiollil iiii'111 1 f t111' 1)11(1'101-11d X11e11('Captain Kipje starts tdownll
tonightit,111 :1:). A00~e11i1li' o f the the fholdswithi aticeket for tiegoal.
1't eTigern awill not stop him till lie
slaff arc11' I ihstl'lt t o' ei'l's'll. Igets behind the 1(o10.
________________ ''lne I" the referee wyil yell, withs
Se (.111 11(1 " -the Tigers in the hole.
Sepl'oral melti01aie0alred ;wokon Rh tt Rah! Rah!1 Pennsylvatnian-Cho.
so1(11 for 1e Ml' i igan- ( eulioltl 111'.c
Ceiittle, guiards anit tackles tilay the
and11(1 010 i-mtood(11soil""4 111'eiliiilis gatne, 01nd play itlhardl,
assuelldi. TheiGle(il'1111ii) iill mual'e(tll'The entdo Itte always there in timne to
stop anid leave their cards,
latliterO initim110it1110(1-wiltl'(iliuitity'OLIOi'full-hack's always in the push
lead tie'singting .1t the iliil'. 'he- and the lials sare on hisns riguard.
Daily iitapiinttRae soRai"1submttedyRah! Rah! Ra
and(1 11(01'e e-ifenally'to'Oltd Pennisy's team is jutst the stufl:
ili c ed.tthst' they're nure to makte a roll.
sonigs shoitlit b11'n 1( -1' Sliiiliyo(10They'll mlake Itie goal ansd touch tier
town and tlieii yoo'll see the fuin.
'lTuemntm.lt. lii thiiiisi. sel1asilt5101'Andthn ourotovalianit PennIsy'boys
llti5'of tiume'fio W< ie :1'1((ill- swill go atid git thleir'"M
Rtoh 1lRali !111Rah ennsylvaia-Clio.
o 1(N.11or ttii'iiiholdililitieried mt the-TosvIs.slsN

dmayii'heiisoins. l t1els"vi vl
ts in at t.noolmh. lhi'eneeiiim
tti o-is wsemis11(1as10lmii'i'easi solid
lii allnd studentsl0 s1o)1114show' their
apprithion of tiie'efforts of lh' S.
quinitedt andlthavo at 111i1.0lantsoscimal
111110fgenerally'. Antiecelettlitterary'
prlogram llhman teeint preparedi't 11(1111(
ieffortns will hi' spaedit o mkel' all woie
phlteasan1t eei'di'1. 1'rehilniIi.if youn
iiiglit. imieet yonurI'fellowstuents ta1,1(
college lift' swill tk n eti'1I'irly
different aspect. '1111-Vnisyersity' is,
of coturse, p01111110115' asplace'for studly,.
hut a 111111 wh11 does nthin~g bu~t
Study, li b te'roa1\7110celonhlylyta s,

A Van Pocesor n Fotbll. Bostonu. I'll ilah~dil. letrolit,
Y___5( ork.ChiIcagil, AYl rfesro oobl.LI Ilh. ASK FtORh TICKETS VIA
121 till mst imiimnierieof ti' Ililmi. 1 'M 11.1C ('1(. BIG + + UR ROT E.~
'-aillranliseil, IslhnAlrsr. PortlandI OU
j "+ '0i ' Sc loilily' is mill auilot-' I 'r' o.I
E.170. MtCORMICK, -i1). 3.SIAliTIN,
E i 'lm rus, (O.iae 11, 1_______foot______ball.______ Pa'dsserTIrtlic A51 1 tis 1. C . t 0
lle mdle's lie' ieifiensiveside i ie
snle,ie'ia'ht1minis s ' it loil m ca en ic M usic A. G. SPALDIN G& BROS.
14ae(.__non;_________"he;,y: FOOTBALL SUPPLIES.
llns'lh .biiiiig lhii'l' liiEverytReqaisite for thei
111m1t fotball is nite.1 bruill (11.11;siti COLLEGE SONGS, I! G Same.d
thatm it requiire's aIt lhii n1 ofiiitol Ofi1a
'Iost popular cifolleelle'ctioniveipb
leiltimit dev'e'loment t leO 1(1111 110 lispoded. (Oe00,00 snld. Heavy Paper, C ''uo Itercolleit
5O cents; Cloth. Cilt. $1.00.
slilftilly'. and10 115(1t11111is 11101ii Renie'-' 'T football.
fitlsir i'o1111theii-grea'mtest. 'New Harvard Song-Books 0' - 7 ' dle 11 i h
_______________ '~jeitercollegiate Ainnelmi-
ncui alteoeestiHarardesn--': etioneian m uldlst be asod
Dae' tidug l to '" all ansmtcho amen.
Change ofte. Hoavy Paper. $1.00. PRICEewith inlamtor, .5.
Spalding's comete lFnntbl aOtalouat
Tle' IlandtLea?1.0011<1siietInd' a 4 COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS." sent free. "Opaidisas Officimal Football Guide
for 1891,eidited by SWalteOCemp. coniaining
otilhge of date' fur itsheat 1litertIlh- A usi h edn olgs rw tie sthe ehalts anld nothealaable infornii1
ItHevleap1te,1 e1di15 ng ig'.(hsnm tion, by mail, price 10 cenlts. Spaldine' s
hill-lt, us-lileb will nocur Satuirdeven'01'- evyPpe,$10.trade-mark onu what youtbuy is the guaranltee
thit the goods are the best.
ill , \~o. l. ,ihiteltd nf on the foloeR- "Boot's Album of Songs." New York. Chicago. Philadelphia.
1115 Moniday nilght.tPriif. Wililtt AN-illA nsco(llectianiofIf Oioelyrcalmesongisby ' ma- mr
thie authoer af "Heres a Helathe to I(lingKZM : "RGAR''F
oi-cupy: thi elenig inll e11th0li iliChles," wlilele is inlolded. $1.00. Students Recreation Head-
"Thii(IlnlleI Fleeol'." 'hijos ul h s' Any bnok snt postpaid 011 receipt af price. quarters.
liie lonly'btueliescill addr'en nn Snd fur balletihnof thc netw vocal asd No.53 N. Alin nStreet.
instrumnltal menlo'.
At-hot'auiencei I 'this yeartl. AdmoisninlA NNARB3OR
15 cents. OLIVER DITSON CO., STEAM DYE WORKS.,
The enrollmhent (If h011111 iltg' 4513-463 W~ashington St., Bonston. Ladles' and Gests' Clothing (leaned
C. 11. Ditsnn & Co. N. V. er Dyed.
is 1,8111. T. E. Ditsan & Co., Philae. 3 W. HURON ST, ANN ARBOR.

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