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October 10, 1894 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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Publishedtl Ially (Sundia ystected)t during
the Collegeeoycar, by
TUE D, Of M, IDEPENDENT ASSM~ATIMU
OFFtICE:T'imnes bui lig N. Atatin st., opposite
posttoafice.
Subsriptionatprice $2.50 ptt'oye'ar, loalably
in atitati. .Sigle opieos 3 etls. Sbscrit'p-
tions mayla' loft at A tl'thf'thef Iil)AffY,
at Stitflot's. at State st. new ttati, wth any
of the ediftosaoauthoried oillicittos.
Communiac'aati sold'reac'h Itheoffice Iby
Stts'clotcek f. ti. if thicyttae to aftftt'iitlionet
flay. Atddrss aall tmaitrintteneforatpautli-
cattionto tt heo ifaig Etditar. Ailltuttitness
commnicaionssho l et tofthe ut'sla-
neslato-.tg''
TH-E U. OF MS. DAILY,
AtntiAroro, ihol.
EDITORS.
F. P. SATtiAfi, fit. '9t6, Aassittitt.
11. Loft MA-,, Lit. '97,Assistant.
J. A. LEOtt, Lit. t96, Atlicl Edito.
T. S. PEAoR., Laiw '95, Busitne.tsslaatio.
Sb tub e'f'ftttoisonttt'ltt E. L..Evsoit, '5.
Cari" V. Smtith,.5Sp'l.
tftofoirtlttiiotttt So.tiioot'tttetiot'
~ctittttt.tifititttia 11.lit tf. amo .
TAll Daly s;iat orooficeltt'efotlio0a
titie ofr eop~tinion ttrnltsofcorresti
fprnSlits, wpatingtin ty IAsILtY. ftt'
fron thfis claisIatnot jusiitifedati
election tandtIa positioni remtainas'iacant

Football.
Yeste'rdaty's practie's lisvlir atid
brisker ilthanfiat' stirta'iac. A tiuitber
of itewt'maitta eretttrietdtiinStestoiti
e'lev'tn. Sevra'l slhowt'dl up very wetl.
Price aatfinptituilta gootd gameit at
tt' for the sectoadtlevt'lt''t and as't'ed
goodl footblllmtattiatl.ISeit'lstley
ltrge id pttoswer'ftul, an atlfy havtheflt
maikimg of togooti guairdlitlim.
Aglinlithe nitumbetr if candfidtets
droptpett'd iff, lissathaiti "0 maen bt'ing
ant.
'Iodti th le '"riyinyshut'stif<itailsi
thit Ilili 'cholattdataen'oiutghi ff111afi
sstitctl ittt to imake tilltwso other t'lt't"
ciis to plaiy againot each othitr.
INTER-COLLEGIATE.
We'tllesle'y hasta790 stutdents t'nr'tlle't
this faill.
'Tet' are 74 aptplliaits far tile'Miar.
Ctaolfmbite Cltb. nerdMndy
otn it s 141st ye'iar.
('hitgtt University fats ant'intruttct-
Io fao'ei'rysix situdents.
Tei West Potint teatm ssill nottplily'
aittsitdt'ti the t'tllt'gts this seasoa.
A chapetl to cotit $1t)0,000 l isT'il-
erett'tSon the Lai'rt'ieei'ille oaiiiitiis.
'ft'el'niv'ersty of t'otnsy ls'ttia still
e'rt'tt atdormaitory it a cast of $10,00.~f
Aboti6t2 per cent oftifhitcollegetalmoi
at America belang ttt Greek latter

MAR CTR JE~[f . T. JACOB3S. CHAS. .AL4AD
Dancing ad adDelsarte. JA0CIIBSl f
01 ACOI ILLlVINl~U
Thir asonttoieyns first wtekitt November.
For particlar's enquire betweeni 4 audt6 p. m.DELRSl
of the tcootl, D AE SI
46 S. ESTVAJT'D ST
Miss Hattie Long,. + -&SHOES. + +
Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo, (SoME AND SP E tJ .
695 Miller tve., Act Arbor, M~icih.
SubsoribB for 1hio U. of M. DailyI The Washington Block.
1PFTLOWERS- FLAWE~RS,

The iDAILY eaoatains offieial natices
tram thoelFaculty, anti notices tram
the athaletic teams and oiter student
organizations.
It contains comiplete reports of all
University events at interest.
It keeps yau patted an yanr awn
and every athier departnment.
SUBSCRIBE NOW AND KEEP A FILE
$2.50 IN ADVANCE.
Stibscriptitans receivotd at the
DAaLY office, Times huilding, Staff-
lets and by all authorized solicitors.

train'98. A plare iti the collegt Doi1y fr'ttrniities.
staff is helter than all flitschools of Taiiies G. Blain', i'., is a eanidatet
Journalismi. iThe s'trk is eminietitly fao the tpositionioatceter ait tht'Vii'-
practiecal antI a nian wtlishig tto follows'ginia eles'ea.
Journtalisma as a tprofe'ssion, ator twio LelaindStanfortd stuidents a'f itils-
desires to aetquire a5 raptid 'tniSeasycusitg the orgtonizationl of an ifli-
style of wiriting can ito no better ftattletie association.
undertake 'wsork at this kind an ltI altreii, ft'ett'ent'r fitldetrtit
____________________ the Ness York ba~sebaoll clubt, is cottci-
tt is a sotutce of Cotgratulation to lug thti Yale' elietven.
the entire Uiversity thtat the coutrse ITtmes Mitchell, thit'wart's elititt
altereol byflit Stiudenits Lecftrt'Asso- pion hlammaer thtrowetr, ha~s entetret'hle
ciationi is sucht iniexcelleatt'. Lt ~tUnisersity at Pennsylvania.
year ftere 'wastisotmeicompttlaitntt tt The University of Pnyl'ai this
flit class at lecttires lhadii detcriorated, zyear ttffers fi'osliiteiiand sotptttoore
but a person iscaniinig the'list otta twossouttr t'tourse iin ewsstaper triae-
namites given ini anothier coliumniis'will titi'.
see thatiio ,groundtIftor such compitlaiint Tfhet'great fOres itt Wisconsitnsswtrt'a
wtill beg~O'eniislil ea'rO. Aiiontg fte dtaage ta Cornaell S'niversity, iiiai-
mien IaoSte here are senattors, e-gotv-' coally', as she hiaid $1.000,000 invsted.
ernars, aprminiienit journalist, a too- ini the ttiiie forect.
fessor,anadf trospaets ececiifatllti tN tPiesideiat Elit, of Hlarvtard, atfisitd
presitdent. It would be difficult to get hits atudents to study Ion latots, slet'p
together ilil a edurse oftis kintd i like eight, exercise tss'o, sochal dutiefts onet'
nimber of mtire emaineiitiiein, anatitheantd iatls Shoe ot'uors.
tickets wh'leni issuaetfsholti inditt a Ia the intercollegitett'tnniis ttotrota-
readly sale. itent of eastern uiive'rsitieastlalctti
Chase, of Yale, ssvictor in the
The freshmantiiicltassatfall fdepatrt- igtIt ~~s'ta ~tt.o tl'
meitnts inlte iits'v'rsity at Peittsyl.
wson fhe doutbles.
vaiat-sill nmibe, is nearly' ats caii
no0w be estiiaated, tabotut 700., Ta gise the "Best oni Eartht" is the
The incometof Staniford university moatto of Witters'tPalace Latudry,
as sooni as Itle distribtoni of thie Staii- which leavea nothing undone that ctr
fard etate is actoimiplishedtl sill be be done to give perfect st-rk. We cal-
three timies Ithat flarvtird, the richti lect Mondays and del''er iThursdaya.
' Leave orders at Fnldes Tailor Shalt,
est American U'niv'ersityauth gretiter ear. of State anid Williain sts., or ad-
than that of thle University of Berlin dress card to L. D. Carr, 21 N. State st.

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AIcBB tN, N. Y., 472 AND 474 BRtaOAW'
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Capital, 01,000. Surpcs and Frofts., $40.006.
Teansaetsa. tgtotnetlitackitng buinless.
Foretign osehatges bouaght antS sold. iFurrish
lettera of credit.
P. SSACI, IPr0es. S50I. CLARKtSON, Cashtiero.
THE SIMPLEX PRINTER.
A neinSivenation lordulicating
coiusat writings and drainisitg.
Fomtansooctiial,'icordiary pa'erith
atay peti 10 eopies otto Se tmadetFifty
eopies of typewrtcer mac~iptspiruoduced
itlittttioti. Send forcirctularsantd samples
of wtrk. AGENTS WANTED.
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Laitest and tast styles of Foreign cnd Ito-
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