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November 20, 1894 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1894-11-20

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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Published 1Dai1y (Sundays exceptedi) 11 ira 11 cr0011 ill the history of lt'e1'lll51'Oity
1111' i~llll'gtywill (.11.o svill 1111' 101111 1to1)Detroit Salt-
THE U. Of M, INEPENDENT ASSOCIATION, urdlay. 1and(1the footllll 117ng 111 70
OFFrICE: ''imoes1buildling N. hale St., oprposite
post office. a Ion;;W07 I oWIII'110ll'llrtellilli,' and(
inspiringll7tilol 11. 1 (11'oneout 111d1 1rill
Subseti11i110pri2.511 1101yearl, inll-arialbly
tionsa may be 'left a~t 11he1)ffi1e1ofthll' iAILY' At the Grand Opera House.
at Stoleit's, at State st.Inewest~ad, 1withl 111any___
71 h o'clkar. .Iif aey ar-ie to appell1a.h ett~i aeitwt n r sral
11ay. A ddr so11all attcr111ntendedlfar 1publi1-
THE U. OF M~. DAILY, .Tuesda11y itill 11at1111 (raond Opierai
Ann Arbor, 11111. JtHose wila ei ally0111111selecltedli 111-
EDITORS. 115 11 ito 'ierpretit. It tosOSafe to1
P. P. 0001001, Lit. '1, Assisat.
. A. f.elloa, Lit. l96, Atileie Editor.
.1. 5 S.'EARLb, Law '9Os, Business anaager. , 17li edfioi'till' 0l'l'lt~il.
Assistant.
LITIRAR.t(LAll " 1111he iBoaery'" 1111 sensatliolll
II. A. Ltnreor,'15. E. 1.. Fv'zs '95.
Carrie V. Smith, '11. I. iIlrals10 5ilclMiar tai111 cgi
Minsie Thomsipos,'15 aMEDIA.t
All 00117ell, Li l ' lttl 11 1' a rr 0150 .I
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The editlors o dnolt Ilaolthemslesereapo-as- d111fouslrilh 11110all occu lHtill' 0111-
ailie for lt'e oiiosorl stOCatelments of correa- Ol lc ight foIl~llig.
, _____ - pparng n he'DIL.liTe actioen of "''the11BIoawery.~1111'
Msass MYeeting toamorrow.. sensa01tional 1a11d conic Ilraina. 1iy It.

J. T. JACOBS. CHIAS. H. ALLMAND.
JACOBS & ALIMAND,
DELERX ilS la
+.SHOET-iS. ++
COME AN ID.SEI- l0S. -Q
The Washington Block.

THE VICTOR TRADE MARK
ianallbsl~olutaantee If quality.
It isnel-Ir 001111111l lly btlie110b~at
Victor Athle-tic 1G11111 ant:elwith
Victor lBicyi'les. andal11r Ocosolag
moreppolalreerylday.
Foil linle oflBasebiall, Tennis, loot-
ball, tGymnaiumland111Athltic Slup-
pleas.
Seand fllrl~l alllgaeo111Victor.Otlildric

OVttERM;AN WHtr ieL.CO s1111erLEADING SCHOOL OF HUSINESS and SHORT-
HANDc 11C oMaiylIo 55 lgoificentbuilding; ten teaceer10;lalge
Boston. Philadelp1i,1 Det1rt. at011 01 or'- food discpline;superior work; a-ell
Ne Nra-orkc, Chirago. ne. 1)111111 g rlaIindaroom; daily letores; Saturday
ving::receptionsa; openothletrsie ar cel'-
SanIraailro,LoAgls. Portlandl 00.1.1d droao 2Ho Ia$0.75 pe rel:is private
3'.on2 <^. Thertes mrerdced to i5o byself-
-____------ loaid'J Foe Catalogoe address
P R. CIFPPY. Pres.
Academic Music ThEr GRAND OPERA HOUSE
________ONE NIGHT ONLY
"COLLGE SOGS."TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 20
Mloat poplalr cllege cllectionl 0001 11011 III scan1111cilic'a Comedly Itrasla,
tilhed. Over 300tt00 aldl. Heavy Paper,
50 cents; Cloth. Gilt, $1.00. The Charity Ball.
"New arvad Sog-Boks." Direction of Gustave Frohosan.
Heavy Paper, $1.00.
-A Comnplete Production, Special Seen-

ill regard11 to till' 1111171'of lilt.'Il
1101. 111111 11115 f 111'h111101' 11111xvill
C astaltan a gi 2111'.loffololtall N5e-il-l
ever dhsiredilbut it isthe ill' 7l'll''
he alloewedlloillaliy. 001111l11110 '_-11 p-
11011 the 1)111.1'1ac''c'pt0sechllogc
of rtho Calgto lloolll'nd1111s ipe oialyI
arhowemt li w11 llitlit vll llcte tilt
sieedto5111011yi110offelean. Nl01c
Tlae litrlai' ene111 lligeollcities t
heoengatraettiii of thelihig Chcora10 l
lifoilgllo..1to thie ho no.pre
n an to irleeting tmorrowllat4
1our- nofrted. lhielscc of le sons
detkgio.stasued0 anI'lle oheat
lenwth teir pubaicappiectheschel
placoutsidhePakefth a lstits The
congoteouhstoawereaprine ofrit-
dray'iosaoidsturhaliy'sodily.s rn
aforedthan one Cbrng teinraon
alongs ofnde letyueighubohave it.

N. Stephensl, iprodiucedlllby i Manalgers
0111111 111711. 111111'i10swiftiness,. ill-
dell.
NOTICES.
'bill' tradte l'u111wsal110llimot ath
residence of .Ju11g1' T. ..'ooley, 711
S. State 01., Slit.. Nov. 24, at 7:30 pI.1in.
Jndge Cooley still sp1ea1k.oil'Ciom-
piilsory' Arhiti'atioii." A c~rdbil ins- i-
111111n1is hreby e' xite'ed to all sill-
deiits itll' graduilatel schooll,,toill l
professo~rsan11111instrucltoles, an111o ill 1
laidies of ltie faculty.
'97 FOOTBALL. FUND.
A01ll toseosho haieisi' scribedi t1
a10 Isishi toi 1a11for te tieatl'liil'as1
01101111s possile. Isoill bhiniiiliii
miain hail to receives-'ubscriptiionsa t
tile following hiours: 'iTeday at 3
an111 -; Wedinesday at 19, andtlPridayl
at 3. iRICHARD W. HAV\WKINS,
Mall. Itt- Foothall Teamli
U. OF ?1I. CALENDAR.
Tot's., Nos-. 20.-P95 las s-t. 111711
schiool, inter-class foothall.
Wed., Nos'. 21.-Mlass mneeting ini
tciapel for pralctice of sonigs.
Wdied., Nov. 21.-Freshiman social at
Granger's hall, S p. In.
Thiurs., Nov'. 22.-Phlilosophlical club
maeets in rooii 21.
'Thurs., Nov. 22.-Rlegenats sleet.
Thurs., Nov. 29.-Univ. of tChigo
ve. U. of M., Chicago.
Fri., Nov. 27.-Itaherlein ('oncert Co.
in Inland League series.
Sat, Nov. 24.-U. of 11. vs. Cornlell
at Detroit.
Sat., Nov. '24-Graduate (Clubin ibbes
at T. M. Cooley's.
Tues., Nov. 27.-Tlianksgiving recess:
begins.

"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
iAs 00u1ng ilOthe'leading collegesfrotom1011 .
Heavy Paper, $1.00.
"Boot's Album of Songs."
'A newacolletion of 11i11-lyricaongs11,. by
1110 1101110r(f "lbeie'la a lthl toIililng
tChalrles," 0011111 1isl inle. $1.00.
Ally 001111 sent postpaid on1 receipt of preice.
00110foe bulletiasof t1111ew(Iral.iianld
instrumlentlmuic.
OLIVER DITSON CO.,
413-403 Wahingtes Ht.,Boston.
C. I.ODitsone< 1., NO Y
Il.E. D1ts0n1S, C.Pila.
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
(11n00 of State and SWilliam ts.
Wildlim steltrane.
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
Fo0r Everyinig and Everybody.
COUSINS & HULL, flrists, 26 Sc, lijruslf{ a.
EXCELSIOR '+ LAUNDRY !
20 EAST HIURON STREET.
Good Wvork Guaranteed. Goods cailed for
and delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
22 Years an the Busines4M -.
CITY LAUNDRY,
X. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY,
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
LeaveoYVsolanti from Congress at., 7:00, 9:00
1000 1100a. m.; a2:45,2:15,51:00, 0:41, 5:00 anid
150.10 p. M.
Leave Ass Arbor Junetionl, 7:'0,9-.30 and-
11:30oa. m.; 1:15,2:45,5:30,75.:0anda11:00p. m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Cogress t, 1:30.5:10,
5:00, 6:0osd 5:00 p. a.
Leave Ann Arbor Jonction, 2:00, 4:005:3at
7:00 sod 9:30 p. m.
Cars ron en city lime. Fare: single trip as
cents; rouod trip ticeess2H cents.
Wam. F. PAssmos, Sdpt.
.The Daily only $2.50 for the college
year.

ery and Calcium Effects.
PRICES, 35C, 50C, 75C AND $1,00.
Big Four ]Route
5BES5T LINE TO
INDIANAPOLIS,
LOUISVILLE,
and CINCINNATI.
ELEGANT
Through Sleeping Cars
BETWEEN
Petoskey, Louisville and
Cincinnati.
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA
BIG + FOUR + ROUTE.
E. 0. ic~CORMICE, D. B. MARTIN.
Passenger Traffic Mtgr. Ges. P. & T. Agi.
Cincnai, .Ohio.
A. *G. SPALDING & BROS.
FOOTBALL SUPPLIES.
Every IRequisite for 1110
Game.
- ~ Spaulding's
- I Intercollegiate
~ A oo Football.
- ;Adopted 1894 by the
t 'ion, and most be uoed
Ia all match games.
PRICE, with infiator, 00.
Spailg's complete Football Catalogue
s.ent free. $Spaldin 's Official Football Guide
for 1894",edited by Walter Camp, coscaining
the new rules and other valuable informa-
lion, by mail, prie ao eents. Spaldiog's
trade-mark on what you buy is thieguarantee
that the goods are the best.
NrwaYourS Chicago. Philadelphia.
K= XT61 3D B) E0C-.A vT E 1
Students Recreation Head
quarters.
No. 3 N. Slain Street.
ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE I&WORKS,
Ladies' sod Gents' Clothiag Cleaned
or Dyed:...
3 W. HURON ST., JSN ARBOR.

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