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December 03, 1894 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1894-12-03

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Publuishedl laily (Snday except d durtn
the Coleg year, ly
THE H.ODE MINEPENEN ASSOCIATION
oFIrrC'to Times building N. Main t.. oppotl
pol. office.
Sbsocripion pic $2.50 pe ye, inarlal:
in advance. single Copsien (Ct. sbcrp
lion may be' left at the ofice of the D~AL
at Stoiletos, at State st. new stand, with an
of the editorsorocathorzed soicitors.
('ommniationshould reacl the office b:
7 o'clock p. m. if they ar to appea the non
tiay. Addarss all matec intended fo patli
'ation tot the Managing Editor. Al l bsnle
caonmunicationashntolai haseat to tiaetusi
naraaMaagr.
THE U. OF M. DAILY
Anti Atborn eh.
EDITORS.
J..L. Laai, Lit. '5, Managing Edita.
F. P. SAittEtR, Lit. ', Asitant.
It.COLtEAN, Li. '7, Asitant.
A. $. ROCtaWEL, Lit. 90. Asialant.
J. A. Lianin, Lit. 96, Athletic Edito.
.1. S. ttEARL, Lain'5, Bsines Matage.
------ ,As i tant.
Assistant.
S. B. Suley, '05. P. I. amintl,'0.
I. A. lioneet, 'a. . 1.. Enan,'5.
Carrie V. Snith, '6. t. . Iarison, 'Si
Minute Thomnpon; 9a7 annea.
ItV.rtleetei, Li 'tin H. B. Ganmon,'S
All copy mst te at th' office iefore S:3a.Sa
ni. of the day of pbiceation.
The editats dint hodthemevearespon-
sible for the apiniots or tatemettof cores-
pondets, appearitag in the DALY.
iii tfrelitiatii'la cnlassis anticog-at
utltlaiS ii o iti ansspiit. I iotaliit
int fle ieii and ulayalyinllliitai'tIa
motn axt'al'iii faotaiall ttt ichitol
atill proalylit.hatna.seaeral caaaaaaieas
for li 'th Wasit laiex t anan. 'lii
class ofi' '98liketa'tao f '6 isin it tfair
wa o'i malei iitslaf iaaaa'iaai ii I ol ilh
IU'nivetrity.
Itis inhri ereriluat hnot icailta
coma icatiaion ini ltie C'arell Sfitm
chiarginig Mihigan tudentl'iitiits w lt u-
lair ticatlitititof theiI 'arla iltti
witea'in Detrita. Asnotipossnnibc ex
easonou tldl bei'founditaorfair ldeSfeat.
ometoof I 'aritl' n utastaintatti
victory ly tai~ila n outti an rutidit.
i'r aaria'c drawtn tviia ial at o
theiiirloaltaitulof Coareliall ai!'i'titnl
vaaalt.noirela 'fta'i.theia' gate' our
rivals Iiral withi tiltalliiniioaffa'rig
eigrttattaatin anal aXira'iaai at
goaitalnill; tatti rainadlthlicialtsa oal
aliset' 'a'fal lshouted'il OAlldone.'
ant n inconitaasiitnt hamisaktO l r:
"LatafSatrdiayt: Dhtoi, igt
touand paplalac nathtit, alt'
af threat. eigt ympiatiz.wiii Cor-
tll tuatandociea.c tlitle' dray wnl
covereadnawit lcd ntlwhititotuitig.
Eachitaithat tls littla'bandilof ly.~al
supora'ters 'iCeer'd, tI n alcauraga' orS
-appilad aiour'mhiatt hy antri'hised
froaitll nsie," ai aftr mtricaihi fis
stuff. "TheItlns nwhiltokauir atoll
toi tlii'stationasn aihisd w iitby ta'
tret-boity." Itisintrota thoutA-lilgan
stn tsic id aianatO marire ho irill
plloyetin froatat lie diar1'"lift tirl
l1ats," tlly watoobts nlywihshotstt
at ahiiitrcnssenfor aiuri'wno bys, teir
laeart awri' too full just iti to think
very ititthi if Coeill at all-anti the
reason wanity iidial nt o'erwmii

Corniell tat'"iia ith lire alumi"i'poon-
sibly thia'little lainti of'iil) Natonthat
they w area ve'yabt y thelucia e'agrou-
o iting their ownt an tea ad onea'nth-l
or. Bull aa'eaitotnt bliaee'thlelittle'
Inalof aigll'' nita' hissndal. eantret
e sure'oif it, andias to li 'mlthetiti'ott
boayn" hlaintg oariaall'n ''aits, lMiriti
Yisn hot l'a'npolnilea'fia thliiratlea'of at
Yntre rioetso nhiilglel oly rtllatia'in
v amoant puetrila'. 'I'll(ia'tiilyo insasurpiseda'
tthat ('ou'tiill fe'ilnslaurit ai. tnows
ntintgtaf hal' ill iratttaia'aata'xa'ept
Tliei'closnesseonfi'ilta' ncoa-a'ini t'
'l'ltttikntiniiitgrSatutu' nitl titiaooa.
naltila'somewhoa'anlii sapptinitiitgafit'r
lii i taaagtiili't gita'eawithi ('aruall
aill serve ta telachtieliii' m ata ilot-
obtin geniarally na'n'eral wolsomeaaitaeIan
soaln. "irtias .Mantiar iBoirdltnw
reatlizes. itwatsimoisititinwisa' t allaaaw
toach'.and tiirainerl'of at tatta ae
anal-a'totnwtit'' latrit inte'seaon tto
umire int' uritalc metta'aithlabrlain. (If
couotin'it Aann:irilie'v'd'atht.l .r.
Stoage o-aauild ake lo a tl'ttiai of lain
lotoanuu.nau'ratcan easttanihoa 't h i.
bu i utica slmotithanlikely' that ASit'.
SittgLopt lainsa'y'a' open'iatnd liolitool
by watto'noaw'. Itinsltla'tiat t Slt.
Stoag"-'deniesla'sittitignstadied oulr nig-
tinlsoat'iiptdtheIiatt ttlin teat, bti
tlaham tsosima'elay ('apt.al.Oirdl turing
tii'egtit'iaame toowoleliinlythiatiit
wni athelliontedoal iregutrdlatoati'rlplays.
Muailititig that ISit olg lidl not
study15'out'laoynsnwaila' illAni Arboar,
lo oinvit 'tailliiansfla y the fiollowillg
oaf valuable'pinltsn ill rigoard b to IiPe-
igtit's 10105'frolaltliar-Siciiou-Cornell
ota'.eotad Iwasanable too lell the Chi-.
atoi ttin .oli(l iliinitble riln
wnhal icprececrh erOiltainltans."

IC OR
TIIL ETI C
are Imade in the immense 'Virtoe fac-f

J. T. JACOBS. CHAS. H! ALLMAteo,
JACOBS & ALIMAND,,
DIEALERiS IN
COME AND SEE t'S.,.-

tories of unlimitctl facilitico. Victor Th Wshntn lc.
Baseball andTi'ennis Goods, Footballs __
and Football Supplies, Gymnasium
Sprinting and Sparring Shoes, Boxing
Glones, Indian Clubs, D)unmb Bells and -" $. _..
Fxercising Wantds are leaders. Wve 9 L
also restring 'Tennis Rac'-els.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO. s eLEADINGI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ad SHORI-
'.t a gaSfienthnuilding;n; tahr:tr;
SMateasol alctolBitycls tvo n nngod discipline;asuperior work;Iwelt
noston. Pl'a~delphi.. Dettroit. taataaai >' reading room; daily lectures, aturoday
N Yrk. Chtiagto. Derner.";"i:a1:1 treptions; opentheantirear r Entry-
tzao.'< soilitien for planing nhudentts tampo'ito,,;
PACIFIC COAST:a Bohi d ronom2to $2i75per eerinoprivatei
SannPraneitto. Las Anteles. lPotland. fe t; itan. 'uheeraton rednced to hi.5chy serft
_____________________ osatiit ne orCatalogne addres,
I ~P CLFARY. Pe.
DITSOINMUSIC. 111" ( l00N) OPB.RA\ 1O101.
"1Six Love Songs,"I ONE NIGHT ONLY
.B at E a.it~, TasltonofSxM onday, Dec .
oflen' ietlrsileqiiemsclstt Heavy Paper, 75 cents.
"COLLEGE SONGS" 'N. S.
cvrTe s30,0n 0 0,0 dCloth. Gil t, .0 on. UiIe V Ie IWId 's x M in streIs,.
Oe 0,0sl. Heavy Paper, 5O
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS." Seals 0th aale at Watt's Jewaelry
Ounly bockusofitthelna l ishetoOThe Pricesn, - - 35e, 50r and 75ct
sons aOf thatleading chegale ii o wn. o ______________________
Heavy Paper, $1.00.
aODYAL COLLECTION INSTRUMENTAL GUITAR MUSIC" Big iF~our.L R ou~te
Elghty-tano piec't' for uuae gniaaae cent the BEST LONE TO
Keat asorcen. A niplendid clctaila onald-
annie Covtr. SO Centn. INDIANAPOLIS,
Atty booS:senttpoastputadl atipt umof atitat LOUISVILLE,
OLIVER DITSON CO., ' and"CINCINNATI.
453-4(63 nWutuigton St., Botnon.ELEGANT

loin St.' 'C. h.Diutson & to, ZN ' Through Sleeping C r
Accuinhug;'ofds r Stlmob onait to .1.C
22 Years in the Buinss,- =vm lmn BETWEEN
Detroit arith t':,ul'iburatt imota hhtiuohoPetoskey, Louisville and
if n'amu-hiut utr i~'s ahii a tocoul'.u flIV III ~fllV incinnati.
ulitiaitl " abtle' to ll thou' l('Otoana o III 'IIUImJII

som nnttu' istaamlu' sighs 1O-1110)a'ia
au~lauliou' Stil totasn.'' hi'. ha'!
Sit'. Stamg. rotayou wo'iau ouuhaO ratins'
ttl) ta and apui'yNs' haO aitihletia-a, ttanvoh
nmuattuylt100I(ileutill m uaorer t uoachu
yurtt to-me I ut toual veryo-a' lhty.
Youthtaint'Shullied-a l are_ uthlatiuoi, Mti.
Stig.yuoau 1llam a'ttereda'au youtr' aai
ped'sa'tl, 5-Oiathettu'1100iuuigt I'ahillalela.
I11thapauort huouituthhn ithuetionh of nhg-
attain ('iiao'at piisa-el at pntao'lil uh 'iiiS,
na-Silt' Shiohtigautidhanhitt plamyunutha11u0
satoi1)0' ataunhias tn nha Conell, Ohio' ignals
Avo'reu'nOtt emntiii, but onal a i a n'ht'ttul
itt alutaruatnub: ;thie'snaon-a,uaudthSit
othica'lesonsslearneduAvere antichiatt oat-a
conidencei 'is to5 badolas timidoity anoS
Shout ih in aerybartoulasItimthaootut-
toalS ta-aut lu~' uo:a'es 111t05'i'i arily hut
lihe asni.
1 . 1)F" SI.CALI-NBASS.
- Slt., Boo-. 3.-Canhadhianl Jubile'e
sinugers at Al. 1.chur-eht at S 1). ill.
Mlon., Bra'. 3.-I'ent. T'homphtsn beu-
fore OInlndLeJmaogute oat "'trials ty' Ore
daltandtl iattle."
Suboribe for theo Daily.

ASK boOR TICKETS VIA.
M. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th afve0. BIG + FOUR + ROUTE.,
caps an-d GO wi-s E. 0. nlcCOustteu, D.BMATN
FOR MEN AND WOMEN., asne laOi,
We are prepared to furanish Caps A.G. SPALDING & BROS.
auth Gowns of thin highest quality FOOTBALL SUPPLIES,
to Universities, Colleges and School Every Glhenuisite for 0ire.
throughtout tile United States, at amme.
surprisingly low prices. Self ualeas- Spauldiug'n
urement forms, coantaining all nec-V 1Official
essary itstructions to secure 'per- ~ / Itreleit
fectly fitting- garments withoutItrol it
visiting the store, will hr forwarded ~ ' Football.
upon request. 1 Adopted 189d by VhS
~d ctatercolhegiata' Asnocta-
RIBBONS INALL COLLEGE COLORS lo'0 alalgame
IICE, nithu inflator, Vii
different widths, at uinoderate Spaling'a,;tomphete Football Catalogue
prices.entt free. "Spalding's Officiatl Football Gnidea'
pricesfoe 0850, edited by W~alter Catnp. containing
Strawbridge & Clothierthe nw u lesaud othe~r vlube iform-
PHLAELHI. trade-mariaoatnnhat yoouoy is ttanegtaratter
PHILADLPHIA. thuat the goodsarei thue beat.
Tlue largest exclusively Dry Goods Neaw York. Chicago. M'Iiladelhlia.
House in America.
TE IN rSSS ?. -A MZiT $2 MT
T E + D I Y Students Recreation Head-
quarters.
No. a N. Stain Strent.
Represents Every Departiment ANN ARBOR
alf the University. STEAM DYE WORKS.
Ladies' and Cents' Clothitng('leaned
or Dyed.
$2.50 PER YEAR. 3 W. HURON ST., ANN ARBOR..

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