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Michigan Daily, 1894-12-04

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Publilshed tally (Sundays excepted) during
the Coliege year, by
TUE HU OF M. INUEPENUENI ASSOCIATION,
OFFICE: Trimes tbuilding N. Malet st., opposite
post office.
Sabseription prise $2.50 per year, invariabily
an advance. Siagie copies 3 'ents. Subsrip-
lions may be left at the offic'e of tie DAILY,
at Stoffiet's, at State st. new stad, with any
of the editors or authtorized sodicitors.
t'ommunications shouid reach thetoffice' by
7 o'clock p. m. if they are' to appear tht at't
day. Address all matter inteaded for paubli-
c'ation to the Managiag Editor. All business
c'ommunications shsousld tb ett to ihse host-
tess Manag;er.
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Act: Arbor, Aic'h.
EDITORS.
Jt. L. LOtRt,, Lit. '9,:tsManaging Editor.
F. P. SutttEtt, Lit. '96, Assistattt.
Hi. COLEMAN, Lit. 'li7, Assistant.
A. F. RlOCKWELLe, Lit. '9il, Assistant.
J. A. LEitsts, Lit. 1, Athietiic Editoir.
J. S. PEAttt, Law '10, Business Mattager.
Assistant.
Assistant.
S. B. Shiley, '90 . . illamill, '9i
Ri. A. Dancer, '95. E. L. Evans, '95.
Carrie V. Smith, '16. G. iB. Ilarrisan, '1.
Minnie Thompson,'9i2 MEDICAL..
E. S. iBartlett, it"'97

T

Latin Dissertations.
Tue followiig dissertationistwill bo
d seii1i coturst' 3iia Latin tSis senics-
tsr. 'Tiie imethioidof studtying Romni
.lrehiil'oog~y antd lifi', introduced ix
years ago by P rof. Kelsey, taktes She
tile of text-biotk stork oii lichesub-
jet. ''his hart tof t'e work is voluti-
tary', biut is taike'nie'ery ye'ar ibs' a
gototi itt'rt'ragt' of tie leaitss:
SEC. L,-MR. MEADsER.
1. tRomati louil y anid lomnt'Lift'.
Mfits Tertia A. F'arniswortht.'Ntis. 20.
2. 'ilii'Lanti(Questiotn in Ancient
Itatly. Mr. Artiitr St. Stmithi. Die. 4.
3. Tfhe 'i'irade's ini Ancient. Romei.
Mr. .. SB eacs. Dir. .
(Otis. tDe. 1i.
5 ttRisani Am iiitsin'ns . .Silsl'P'srl
MteDonal.hDes'. 12.
it.hIdebtednless iif tleiii oman t'lt'-
ilintini ttt'e (iek. te.Stentry
W. Berl. Dic. 14.
s. 'fin' ioilllMonticary Systilt.
Mr I. Frill S. Atwsootd. Dee. 1.8.
let Boise.SDe. 51.
9.Histotry of Sthey lomlintiLa'w'to
the 'T'imet of Itistinilan. Mrtt. StNs'P.
Sleidnisn. .fail. 8.
10. IHistotry intlIiifltuenceoif ltie
RtomniLasw Stincn'Jstinian. Stiss
Illihi 'snS'aiki'titirgi-. Jtil. 8.
112.Gos'ernmtient oftif eiiiC(ity tif
iRola'nd'rither liii Sitii. S Ws. SS. 1I
lich. a.1011.)I.
Iolondt. Jan. S.
13.11.11 isiti E tit'iiiit. SIliss Glrstce
. ilisonaniBotoksstiltS'Thirt'Pttbli-
csatioti. .hiss tsGetre asa' e. .:l1.
1-5.lPractice o f SMetdiie AsiMste
li'otomins. it'.tCharlit 1. IMar-
Ni. 11010til Archii'tctr':'--Originl.
Alaterils 'snittOtdlrs. lS.It'. 111111A.
1AtotitiJat. N.
1VS. 1Rom11 i lypistils. Silts S.'lic1

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Captain Arthunr Knipe, of the Penn.
sylsania footbatll Scans swill sot retitri
t college inext year.
A bill lisabhens introduned'tiinSt'e
Albmaisileislte 1toiproiitithCie
tplay inof msatch Gamies tif fototbal
in Shat state.

1,

J. T. JACOBS. CHAS.11. ALLSIANIIt
JACOBS & AILMAN
1SFEAL ES IS~
COME AND SEE LUS..- .
The Washington Block.
isF t --AING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ted 155111-
igaificenthbuildien teairchers; arte
tsaa ,n~; od disotpl'nserieorswork;sel
it~r dlreadingeaaom; daily leosares; Saturday
i .. Ā«reptios;open theetire year Excep-
inc..iitisties tee placing students in positio
bc ni d ridoom $2toa$2.5 per eek einprivate
Al .sese rate redcedttyohy self-
,o: r t; Fr Catalogue addressn
P R. CtFA.Y. Pr es.
This space is reserved,
for the Grand Opera
House.

VICTOR ATHLETIC GOODS
aedaily demons'ttratintheirCurnpeti-
tirity. lthsbeot uroatimtotakis
tetest,atnd tie havee saeeeeded-sit
so are asssured by a critical public-itn
maigorlite of Basebtalls, Batts,
Gloves atid Mitts, Tennis Balls, Rackl-
ets, Nets, nBoxtig Gloves, Footbialls,
etc., lihi leadtrs in quality.
BUY VICTOR ATHLETIC GOODS.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
SMaSkets of Victor Bicycles.
jBoston. Philaderlphisa. Detroit,
Nrew York, Chirao, Der.r
L sni'rtanrlarn, Lnn Angeles, Portland
DITSON MUSIC.

All copy toast tie at the oiffiee before'8:30 ia.
m.of tht day of publication.
The rditors dii tot hold thermselve's respon-
sible for the opiniotns or statepsetitssif corrers-
poadeats, apprariag itt the DIL~sY.
tilt'nsames at olii'i'.
'Iii' itiseise ofttnre'se'rv'edsesit lik-
dissatitsfac'itin inl regard'ltSt'e pr~i'
tif admuissioto ilitl(' ii'stol's' exer-
tines. Aibsollsr is iii Clie'itaiehsoifall,
mole csall tcertatinlySitS Suat sun)1tfoit
such ill occassioni.

'''i'v, t'i'fVietory of 0111 fititblli 1 ottittle. C-iii. 22.
('11111 tiit' C'rne'll liss adlitil iost 19. Rhie iiitheSioleh'_to. 52Irs
,xlisio' SPsttersoti. ail. 23.
slulni.lTht's'Dslls' hasi geit' iiil ii 1ein'5 li' ,11'itRoui'Se. il I 'hecr
seset'al inistaniessis ittBufflo it Isisa s tillssatithoulls. it'. S'illiss l'iilii'
ledtholt ierisisslit l oegstiiiesttt hesTlii' ' 30.
' liTeSurisvsials tif :Ancet: lot
'tttlttsistttiof outr sialmni is it isis-
tostitFife its Monhirn Italy. .Siss E.-
Soul as geast sas tatof tother usiise- tis''terCerslitris. Sebt. 5.
sities-it his biei only lstient sin(1 > tt~ola S1o4too<ss. Sils Jltist St.
their tiromplt reesignitioti oftine si('-- ttodge'.
trytisas shuownustCe dhep interest risti 24. The Romanisuiart of Wa'ri. Ste.
ly ft'lt. If ta sitining ists listas SnellIt. 11. Emusons. Fbl. 5.
2.Tue Csauses of ltolos D~elinet.
ani effect, nosienceouragetis: ut isto tus'-
Miss Marioti Otis. teb. i.
irs ran lie oo grea. 26. The Contributions of LonietSo

"Six Love Songs,"
Bly Fratil. .Sawyer. Tranislastonsif OSts
if HNine'sfinaest lytics in ts siisite msals _______________
settitngs. Heavy Paper, TO cents. !
COLLEGE SONGS." Big Four Route.
Thse statidard collecto ol slege Sotiss BEST LINE TO
Over S00.OiS sloul .0vyPaper, 50
nenas in~. ilt $10,INDIANAPOLIS,
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS," LOUISVILLE,
and "CINCINNATI.
tOnly booofrtifle tintS psblisltied. Thte
songs of ttse leaditig colleges far womsets. EL5EGANT
Heavy Paper, $1.00,
Through Sleeping Cars-
ROAL COLLECTION INSTRUMENTAL GUITAR MUSIC, BETWVEEN
Eielsty-two pieces for use gauitsr frosm tse Petoskey, Louisville and
biest sourcs. A splendid eolectioiti lini-Ciina.
some Cover. 50 Cents.
Any boots senit pos.tpaid sitsrecetpt of prtice. ASKA FOR TICKETS VIA
OLIVER DITSON CO., BIG + FOUR + ROUTE..
453-46t3lWashintgton Se.,Botn.
C. . itsn Co, . Y IE. 0. .ICCOBMICK, hi. B. MOARTIN,
C.II Dtntst's. NS. Passetger'Traffic ilg en.ca.1' T. 'A ;t.
22 Years in the Busnes.-''10 t isinttOhisos
CITY LAU1NDRY, hit a
M. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave. QG reetin g
Caps and Gowns 1894
FOR MEN AND WOMEN. Students daring vacation are cor-
dially invated to make our store their
We are prepared Co furnish Caps headquarters, and inspect onreole-
and Gowns of the highest quality gant line of College Outfits, Sweat-
to Universities, Colleges and Schools ers, Foat Bail Goods, Skates, Import-
throughout the Unitod States, at ed Hose, Cameras, Gouf Clubs, etc..
surprisingly low prices. Self meas- etc.
urement forms, containing ali nec- A G. SPALDING & BROS..
essary instructions to secure per-
fectly fitting garments without 147-149 "Wabash ave., Chicago. Ill.
visiting the store, will be forwarded -_
upon request. K= TT la~ D tEl R Q-.A T E M_7T-
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS tuesquartrs. Had
different widths, at umoderate No. 3 . Main Street.
prices., ANN ARBOR
Strawbridge & Clothier STEAM DYE WORKS.
PHILADELtPHIA. Ladies' and Gents' Clothing Cleaned
The largest exclusively Dry Goods or Dyed.
House in America. 3 W. HURON ST., ANN ARBOR.

The Oracle.,
Te Oratle board are bnsily vuigag os
sI Sith tesophiomtore annttal ansd it is
expecedl that Cthue book still lie il
stile tbottDec. 55. Ycsterday wst
the last titus for t'ontribustittns sild
swork has atlready begun tosward u b-tih
licatiou. One fetlre of the year's
annsual is tise large tnuber of constri-
butions from tiemnbers of te caiss.
Theo poems naid stories swhichi havt'
heretofore beets furnished by nipper
casmen are all written by hoetwshto
belong to te class.

11t1111. Fiet. S.
Wrinkle Board Meeting.
At liii'regulare tseeting,' ofthSe
WSrinkle, boards, Dee. 1. tpermnllenst
rttles of orgasniz~ationts ss'sni' adsotetd.
aaut siviisittn of this' otsu' on'ssshig
te editors ssas comipleted.
Mtr. Htumphreys, '97f ,isseeted
assistant busineasmntager atid Mr.
Petrie, '106, atndh Mu'. Starretit, '197, ssere
elected to posihtis ontihic art staff.
Mrli. Barker stas electedh secretaty= of
te beard.

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