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Michigan Daily, 1895-01-15

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TILE U. OF A1. DAILY.
~1I. ~ ~ (have be(n1allowed Itoiiurchatse'the A new ;ytnasittil gti- ehas been y
+7-1J11 --. J l tu.-.+ capo s. s matt or oll' onerail (ns- inventedt by ir. argenut, of IHarvard.C ld
________tointhtlo~lliiot clletges1this s1houl(1The an100 plaiy be jplayed by any ilim-
lah~sedlilySudasr5(not((100 e1 105o. yet there- will1ho)solve10dif- ber0of players. the: 1n(re0 lie tbettr. BUY YOM:I
the Cllege year, by ficillity expeienced(11 i dinltg att ay wvith Thw players on I-oachie ire arranged c i s
1THEl0, Of. M.INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION, ho' practice on aoooliliioit the',rill- in tows. Atonteetnd of theehall a ANI.)
(<riTc~: inmes hailitiig N. 111511 t., iloitO ingoonss of ioeroioiiit-a i (1piiioithe itable (is lacedtl.oil ci-liusid(1 (f1At hilRubbei
post__o___ci-tcups aitithe11bttrninildesire of a large is a trong;it e. i-tit trol ine (tl
Susrpionriode $2.50 per year, ivaiablly liiiititwer of stutsioil to iossesil 11101. "itedit-ine' balls. wighingai1(ou11(
i iideaiioi'.,.Single i-oiiirCiello , ..Sulscrip- liAliittiO 1iit lr iiiih.I(ah'n ao. -ot 5(1SstititJ C B &A LNANDl1
ioes may lie lolt at the offic of lie DIaLY,
at Slofllil, at State sI. new stand, witi anany iireiateii this facol 1110(012 (iytoot1(- thlit' Oi t~ieu, tie llalyers issiitg SHE I)En>A LEIis,
ef the ieditoi 110authoriaed solicitors. titilisaso. iiid ticcordiingly ((lltrd 1a'th bilis iilng hitrle~s fio oti (11(iWasington SMork, Aun Arbno,
Commuaitionioshoald reach Itie officeby
7o'clock p. is. if they are 1o appear 11e'next-sipecOitalde~liiifuirnislielifor t (1 ((((00hand.tTi helisideo ((tssilig tiehlls
clay. Address all matter initended forpalli- of tite teami. this 11nevi' ater(ci 5t1 lon~tttg ilrst anduh l-t-(itt to- lrileIo
catlas 10 the ilasagilig Editor. All uiescmuiain budb et ot hee.tlos o l teahoidca frtostous,┬źn.
Jess Maioigeri.iN-ho has-i'(tiagenod inencel l inthe 111
THE U. OF M. DAILY,. tlilbltlofotieositlis This space is reserved
Anit aihor, iob. svrlbade f-tltc n ~,

EDITORS.f
.l. L. Loitt; Lit. '1. iManalging Editor.
G.11. IIA~ssoro, Law-'96, Assistiiit.
it. COLEMAN, Lit. I97, Assistant.
A. F. ROCKwei.. Lit. 196, Assistant.
.. A. Lmsos'. Lii. it. Athtletic Edito.
J. S. PsAsl.,, Low '%!, Business Manager.
ET. W. LEss, Lois)(;, Assistaint.
LIE. RY L.Aale..0. Fj
11 B. IA. aaneer,. '10 E. Lootvas, 10
Carrie V. Smith, '91i.
Minnie fThompsoosSO
F. S. Bartlett, Lit'9y.
(). II. Farrell, at'98. lil~itAt..
l'. R. Santhi-laio. 1 Hi.iB. tGammont, '9.
Tile editors do nth ol tlteiuiselvet respon-
oible for tile opiisorist0oaemeitsof (00005s-
pondents, appearingiin 1t ho.liALY.

A Communication.
Ed-itorof the(1I'. of A. 1.ly
some1(0t11(1- i1100 th ill ei I~t
(h~llelt t st (1)5.01101111((th .
Wh1110e nio stident AvWiild -oilshl (1to l
11(1- a1hl1tes (o1 the I'nil-Orsity of Ill -li-

Ride a Victor
and you will experience the great-
cot pleasure to be tderived front
wheeling.
Mlade in the lorgest anti finest
plant1 in the sword, the Victor
has justly corned the title t(1
The King of Bicycles.
(Onr handsome 15895 catalog
still be maliled free upon request.
OVERfIAN WHEEL CO.
Mal ktilofVlior Bicyclesand Athletit Goods.
Boston. New Yirk. Chiago.
Detrit lDenver.
Sal Frantiseo. tis Angels. Poirtand.

for the Grand Opera
House.
HANCATEREERg+
A COLLEGE TOWN PULPIT.
(MONTHLY)
SERMONS OF REV. J. T. SUNOERLAND.
Series of 1894-95.
SEPT-The Soul's Cry for God.
OCT-Jesus as Humanity's Ideal.
NOV.-Seterianisnm: Its Evils, Causes
and Cure.
DEC-"The True Cross of Christ."
JAN-IWas Jesus God?"
50C. A YEAR. 5C. A NUMBER,
['or sil the hai~sintl toffiets.

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of 11101(0111Ill oncrt l itil (y he o liformedthla((ieill tern ol i-l-
t lce'arid B1lo11,10 hlls Saitd11,011h. 1t"0.1- u11(1 ive~silies . 0(0ls istittO
1111 Otlohllitl rooidaiiof (1delayin e-Uo fthlOle ,ar or1y0h
ceiblTthereprt estrd1110bri boSttltsi 11( Is 0h011.k)11he II(leais t(11
s one andllblllogll tllli t (igtlx onds0110 0111201 11(0 li
lakeepspitit.Tllnlmadyiy -to itiligsSlillilit
irli1rore-to.uAbgaodorganlly (Ifc(Itis"t1
bie 01eIll atiendd~. A lilt-gI'(l-litstill
rellltilis to 1e settledlland1by alsrines cp onb tdnsnt(l vr
s ily'"11511110.so Vrt' 000011yIly1(t, en-(is
of tpopuilarloncrt :oissf oitii (his is (Iyrs f 1111e 5lliv sisy as Illy-
ite irts, itis (hoig-ed tat till- l i u 001 sol Oltil fr Iitf (i~i~O
miaybt-risetSdiuring the e uil. iialti hyaetobYelvtlo h s
to,to ualeto 00-( e del-- ~t-11- if they, ore 10lic, b~lioardIf hI 1100
(lola exercises still111(1indtiatillelitter- I
tltutioriaze s0100lcipitoI-111ke0th(iri ((100
tallnteilt 'ti be-git-in Thtursday nilght ,suiomt nti epc ud
(till be first ilass 1(0 re'gairds til-10(-0e itsttilt ii f ilprolillin ftl
gretatt dareilnits 1prepartOlio. T,1 hisauthflority in this ltateri.1a silggt-stilii
iirice of adiissiolit sill talso iutlrthetil
attl~lttendac(If manlt tlty 0110dill 1101fool
000101 itrodiltiilg a, Vtrsily (liii.
iaile to littenthe 1wofeiirtigal-O-1i. I--
ittl.n if till. bte s(-11thti 0so il oubt
oxists inte titowlrls of 511 Oolitl lls College % Songs
i-egarcding (t'e1Peapi 1nd111ts propoer 1 ie isosta1p1110r11111Christms ift
S;igilce'. _t the irtsfof ltecol- aniildergraduatel,-,n make
(ego year tetatter sius edlSt1 The New Harvard Song Book.
00110metgtht 1'ytmetmbiirs (If lte 1(111-All li'ile it is 1rvarti Songs of tile last 1(1(1
llit-assoiat1iillaitdStil he ut c"rliisitit years,01iI slome(l~d fav-orites. H pp.
Heavy Paper, $1.00.
tiltitst-ts 11t titloli~illl 011(11f.(1 OLEGE SONGS'
l Ivl1t rbill oti r11. ot Icmaaly the niost lP boot:haLof
is-eis r blotged10 (b tll colout ege slings ('v0r paiIdhell IOyert0,.0
btal0)or laseballl teniOsi hiuld lbe ii sold.
Heavy Paper, 50 cents; Cloth. Gilt,
lowoed to stear ftelcals. I llihti'tit', $1.00.
niothing ,vs done11011towttrdil ltiitii iit 'COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
tile use 0by otherithanihthose:liken- ~tT'ueitonly bil o~l f 11111 indl publishtod.
liote. A 05f1t'l iisilttiold hlt (I lP- Heavy Paper, $1.00.
rtule tadvocatedi by liii'Atitlehi' asso-
ciatlon is strictly tidhterto and it Send Doe of These Volumnes orne.
is considered ttgriet oftt-Iafor other
than athlties to he fond swatrtng t~n LIVER:;DITSON "CO.,
initial cap. AI t eLVof '.XlieOh =173-4 3-13 Wshnlgtons8t., Boston.
haecn no di'criinati ndld 7 .11. 11. fil~ ennC'N1qY5

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