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December 14, 1894 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
, + p fae as tdtecidedly ill fa or ot the chang~e, NOTICES. W OMEN 1. WOM3rEN 1 A f4 ,p i u he ilitte ol o
A ttine . titi f te'117 Titts 1 -___is_____
______ SPECIAL SALE QOF ALL
d____ o teir subljectttts uti("! thsuch calle-d for l-'ritha-taftierontit tat-
Plis edattal ltly (Sundaltys eceted) duringit lor etetiotn. fTis ttttangte ttttrktsot'clkinlthe('tchttptl. It. t. PalL1 . LC!I
tic tjittegaycnt-,Ityl011' no t-lIste pnnltt'd in the tttttthCtt All ttandtittttes foe ':18alit Obaseball
THE U. Of M.INDEFPENDENITIASSOCIATION, ofithlIn tli'departmienlt, ntitl orit atit- teamtitrill Illmee tt lit loomI),FiAND SLIPPER
0kcr"im tiies tbuidiflg N. ?Main st.,oppoeite HessNltttteonite.ofthe. irs'tit. itttttt- lat 1 1┬░1 1.1t. in ate store1thsweek tuttil
pont fflee ..*Itl~l~ltol'0 SATURDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 15
SubttcripiitoniprpeV8.50 tee yeat, in vartiattty ___________ liite.__________
ilins maytie letit ithClii'tli' ioftheli'DAILY, ts ftly:: i lt t'1 ) ed J c b 8 1 a d
-it Soflie's, a Stat st. ew stna wih anypromie to e th0illit inirissie alatW Wai'il-on tt, Wasinlto telc, it
Friday aflientitit iiei in m4 it 4 i) c1oc1. Atbtralt iii, ii
ofi the edilntieorauthoritzedliitors~. tittat enjotyaleCof ttlltig nnhiechtitat-i.Sctt iillt td
liiominitatiitin ishoald reach li tttefietty Po. Nilb jll
o'tlo. p. cm. it theyare toitappearte net e'nt ' itttakn lt--'iniitiritiy itll. m-tVI I:IiltIt-1' 11tMmttit;
daty. Adldresatlt mtt inti enidedttfoic tunli- Pootilelt'frtimi tll ptsoftheita teand tutu rI, c,'A\I)IDII)A'C178.
'atiotoithettiMattnaginig Edititr. Alt bui~inesN 5
comunicnatiotin ithtutd h to' to lithe Ona- i_ latty feomottidei'naill be)1' wlt'taitT herei't'Ntvill 1w.'a minglipof baseilI 1
ins iMltagei-. antt1hthll -ill perh'lapsn hi--i-i- hold astin idatittes Saturdaby e-niniti ntoom
THE U. OF 18. DAILY., lnigaih'la oii'tnainIn-l t To7'clock. All canida1testinst ittit
AntiAtrboe, iitel. hatdtith el tti t aesat tittt'elt111- - -
hi vilg Nopishr benEDITORS. nt-If o iii' Cltitit eeks'tL.
-I. Lt oten', Lit. '9,i Managing Editoir. 811pairiil by th' atIiotlt tiitllitn it El. . 1' EI8111 El CaptI
F~. 1. SAtiiti, Lit. lt, Asssaint.t. titthe ei'vinit a t-atiindise-etand 'til- - "- ______
11.COEMNLit'9, ssstat.ThIltiiniatn iof atntntal colli-gei' -Isa thtanLEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS and 011000
A.I. C WELL,. 1.1. '9 Asittan- t lt-I'i ffotill th11a1entireset hlittat tAND 10Magnificent bailding; ten teahers; larte
A. It liteuwni, 1.1. lii. AsininC. tt-tit-nsiniivel iin 14 l ' a -tll(ire:i-'attiindan; gond disnipline; superlirwntrk; nell
I. A. tnton', Lit.Iti, AthleicaEditorc. Nithth ii e retttoti i-ntiat''t~iltiii. -nt-il- 0 reading rnnm; dailyletes;Saturndaty
J1. S. PnAni, Lttn'tO, lBusinesn Mantiger. 't-doi 11 t it 'tttiii oan-t s$310it;-ieneal iici'Ctiei'.$5715; dolita i rceptions; pen the ifrpaigsuent'eir e aainace7
-Assitant. atery liberal. -$8111. isto iltit till nithiBoar-iland roonn t oIn.7oyapen weent in private
-Assitant. gtiii tin Wotldhiavetni'ooltlt'tii'ttiti- i.-tivesn These rnlet reduned tIn$.5i aa efitai
LTEARYt. LoAnWlts itn the iii iatlogueiif'l1892--lntihlliboa;"ittitFot Catloigue addrens
- tit if lii'eiWatemantlt ytntloittll. P R. CLEAR.Y. Pres.
it. A. floinoec. 'it. E..L. Enns, to. otieksa tlt luttochithintnriy atft- antit':I oni-niA' tT tt-ti-eti tettin
Carrin V. fSmithi,'t9.6. 11. llnmeinon, l9t. $591;avey libtetal,.-$t127.-lite N(,sann 0I
linnie Tltncpsnc'lt7 MEICAL. VI ivitenity-. Muicih-sltanlken t atlg
E'. IS. Barctltt, Lit tn ___ ____________
If.FarelLi'9. t.B.Gamo,'3' hol uon11,11, o oirstdets-wldMONDAY, DEC. 17th.
ntanMcorATnl'. trtalizet 111tit isne cessary tt'Yfori'the A lu ivthe i.titt aiIrig
Alt copy mctbn at tetofficebnfore u gttita:30neu nl1filyeoitttt1iitiy
m. f heda ofpuliaton.edcaio. Te leliatin f heM cN ulty's V isit,
'te etdithrs do not hali thesealavesc-npin- ttrgtan ilimast1itti-lito tin. 1lit.mean -
Biblie ton the opinionstoticstatements ofitcoccen-0B h uhr fFlntai al rsne
ponent, apeaingin he AIL. tat Michh.an ffes avaitiles o-by a Notabily Brtilliantt CatC.
-- - w-arattttuesiil itduttion nietod to . Al ,It. GIN RC. lt AIN ..C1-t;.IS
'lat rti-I'llt'e sohomoitlieatttntalnIto thle uiveintiy of isndt h tIin lIt Fe. 1.Eerck-, Wrn. l. IflmesinRichatrd
E.LyntbchFak MillercAdAtL Jel.enllIMat

tiott. 't'hetteittensqtapeit htav' ul-
ft-na-to betterlith salt 1itk'n'xt-i't;t
IVniaei-tiy. We behlineteit lain;juto
Intug as it conflines'nitntelf lt till'fre--
t111s taietofotreba-etforti-tla-in
pat ttii itt bun conied tpo ittproie

forete n-llinillillpi to isInxtti11 ttim'th
anti-lly udeaotiotnal gttll-theig . te
Aavill tmatrk ceatilyliiien erttf 1894-957
tidotiti- miore',ttoatt-inftetlilg ,a
nstetsthantta11y1'oilier fillc-is in thle
hlinstoeyof Iitthel'toily. Every s tti -
tdtnt wan-lilt aftord ti oe ~la, if 110
anill he talkedt of foriCyearstnd1 whalicti
n-ill alatysn tt'eoloed tacupont asi 11
nanetmemiilory.
}'ilt tnieat'ity of Peittiylaatttti 11t
tannlounced tt in tteniut.ntiosuld t int
the l'llatataiollnlilatif Nt-t a- venttt, if
snd~intgati athleotic tttemto I i Elthl
to comteOwnithi Oxford.

iei cannotlbettotto10higlhly- eilcomm'tended. __________________________

'Tere hatdt terml conlsider'alehcompitlain~t
of ltte Itat the ilnstuctore rea--f0'forcutd
to hurry' in ortder to ge't arotundh the
clatos1and11that little tttelttiol tottldt
itin ns -It-e lmt l niltiely1 igntoredh.
'The noea imethiotdanill redetotthet-sec-
tiotts to about 5'0 men et-ttct. tmakting
it possibletoreath ellcaely' ihmnt(tachI
recithationland1 thuslein d 1 o1t hin
strenhgthl andi waness.oo Of1' ctuese,
thiosoe ttstudnltsnwharet e Oally71'ill thlt
deptmen~ltlhh f ot-worhhkLnaill 111111tile
ste t-I al htisfactionl. 'The gretat iil-
cretlna of aworL.,thowaer ttill coellf
tilt the instructorsn anho aillhan-c just
tanice tansnmany'setocionsas118forlmerl171.
It muot he salo wevncaer, thatt they
at-n perfectly nwilling to heatr llis ott-
Iitloial llOor tand timthey' anere ill

DITSONMUSIC.
"Six Love Songs,"
k3y IPrank E. Sawyer. Tetlclatintin ot Sin
of hiincens finesttlyrics in exqiite musical
nettintgn. Heavy Paper, 75 cents.
' COLLEGE SONGS"
The 11stanhdard colletion otf('ollege Socesa
Oven 304,000l cold. Heavy Paper, 50
cents; Cloth, Gilt, $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only book oft the kind publishnud. The
songs oft the leadicg colleges One women.
Heavy Paper, $1.00.
RO AYAL COLLFCTION INSTRUMENTAL GITAIR MUSIC"
Eighty-two pieces fte uintar from thn
tent sorces.A snplendid collection. Hand-
nome Cover. 50 Cents.
Any book sent postpaid on reuipt of prien.
OLIVER DITSON┬░ CO.,
453-463 Washtington &i., Bstnt.
C. H. Ditson & Co., NY.

THE VICTOR TRADE MARK
is n a bsolute I ranI tteiof quitly.
Ithaslneertftuntitti antt utittlthin lnaCt
goods.
Victor Alth tics toohsa nlltk with
Victor Bicycenaiand ace elceomitig
cmore popoutacrevenyhay.
Poll hlit fhBsallt, 'retna niFot-
bail, Gymnansiutand Athletie Sop-
Send foricatClogneo itoAtlentie
OVERMIAN WHEEL CO..
Mlakens of Victocriticycles.
Bostlon, Phladeelphuia.Derorit,
Nest York, Chica gn. Drnver.
Sant unis.niLos AngeleslPnrtlnds
Caps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
We are prepared to fnrnish Capn
and Gowns of tile highest quality
to Universities, Colleges and Schools
throughout the United States, at
surprisingly low prices. Self meas-
urement forms, containing all nec-
esnary instructions to secure per-
fectly fitting garments without
visiting the store, will he foravarded
upon request.
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widthns, at mtoderate
prices.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
Thte largest exclusively Dry Goods
House in America.
OD ENA
A NEW LINK CUFF

PRICES, - 35c, 50c and 75c.
Big Four Route,
BIEST LINE TO
INDIANAPOLIS,
LOUISVILLE,
and;CINCINNATI.
ELEGANT
Through Sleeping Cars,
BETWEEN
Petoskey, Louisville and
Cincinnati.
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA
BIG + FOUR + ROUTE..
E. 0. M1cCORM1ICK, H. MARTIN.
Passenger Traffic M1gr. Gn. P. & T. Aol.
ICincinati O0110
C h ristmias
Greeting
Students during vacation are cor-
dially invited to make our store their
headquarters, and inspect our ele-
gant line of College Outfits, Sweat-
ers, Foat Ball Goods, Skates, Import-
ed Hose, Canmeras, Golf Clubs, etc.,
etc.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.-
147-149 Wabash ave., Chicago. Ill.
bOKI N r sj Se c-.A ? P 15131T
Students Recreation Head-
quarters.
No. a N. Main Strent.
ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS..
Ladies' and Gents' tlothinug Cleaned
or Dyed.
3 W. HURON ST, ANN ARBOR-

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