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Michigan Daily, 1898-12-21

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TUE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

~44~2~'t ~To Educate Cubans.
&C.0f H . cx . The Cuban Educational Ass WE RE..
tied) of the United Suates lhas be XLS
Pblished Daily (Sondays ecepted) doring the dfrteproeo e i
('atieg ar, at a d atiderryieg out the offers miade
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. b neis olg~ nrs~~ i
- xns;'iea ndessHening Blck Getter'l Wheseler's stlgrestiot thait HAKAN' 8ald BANISTER'
]frth Phou" 147 thie-ecolleges give Free tuition to twot
01t stoic resecetable (olbiti titdeiiteFN
MANAGING EITii'OR. Tflitsocniation has-annetiseedtha(tiM.. .,'
ft'. ENG , nv'sitL the responsesrceived fro itiCubans' . 4 . .. t -SHOES
ICUSINESS ITWANAGEO. idesiring to accept these offers are iii- a
O)e I iitem, '55 i, ti'tl , hut -h l~ti ent nowe- B Eto!L S SHOE ST RE . uS ri9P~. eRtt 5rETo
Athletic tEdiitor . R i t iiiota,'Oe L. Cubaits swho roin earsfor their toawt
P. W.oF,'1, A. 1. A ITGA L'01 t "~E, bordlandtinc tiidenttal expesebes. No
G.0Dtie , 's a. 10itttig neti ttill be allotted orho doj
tnt trotmiseto tnake their homtinii t1iAI fh
Cuba after their eduicatiotn in the N u v ~ I
Unilted States. Testimoials as tit
goitd character trill be expected fromit
The ubsripionprie: o th DALY s 25foreac stden, jSpecial Holiday Nox elttes-Althe
tie cotto5 year, ih a regua eie cry before itee, ei+oeett tv Weaves- New Clr as-e
noaseeach itay. Notiea, caaaaarieatiaaet, aind There are, Itee, en reet
oue ate inteded for ill odaicatimutbe eti to the associatiotn the names of Shapes. If you Want to be teal SWej@
mailedto tahte ediiar efotre 3ip,.nasoatheiiday you n eisu of speiseal mrt cssut- t
prtetiosaoithatowiiicctheyare exptt rc erittasgbr otne of out De Jonv illes No tw'o
aper tods(ttawiiiiiyae5peedn ts whlottithe tevoluttioti in Citbta alike.
Sbsceritiansta y belet at iteDAILrofe~, has left without a diollar w ith twhichi
AiitaeSuscier wl ciir i avr y t}ells) theteiselves. Manty requests r
rprteing(aritetlaer hs offiee.an failyoung
caret ativei teaa faios tor acadermiactuitioti fir 5(5 Dd F l roes s Pr eco s
Al chitages in adoetiegtmatteremt-e ih lavebettntmadsetatd it is liolpel that eofcebl .in ntedalrvoslota
anwitey are t.oa.appteayi i o htthe academies trill foltlorthe leadh of
____ __ - =- the colleges aitd grout free tutitioni Ta Plain Flack Silk or Satin. Two
IN CIIAtat ap TAY'SaItamE, selol' rsleips to proiper catididates. distitet styles. Yott find here plenty

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'There will he a meietinig of te
DAILY Hoeard at 12:45 ip. m. to-
(lay, in iRoomr C.
Every year thueisstions of venti-
latioir iii the class arid lecture rooitts
of tire University is brought tip arid
then allowed to rest. The buildings
on our campus are, for the greater
part,,oldr the ceilings are leerarid
the facilities for. ventilation, feet.
Hoevever, instructors in charge could
do much tie rmake np for ties lack oif
ventilating flees by exercising a small
grain of common sense. A proper
management of the ewindoers will dee
musc to keep ties air of a rosin freshar
but this rmanagemenit does not nec-
cessitate keeping ties rootn as cold as
a barii. The urgency of care in this
direction was demionstrated yesterday
morniing when a yotuteg lady ewas
taken to her hieme in a carriage, site
hiaving ftdted jir a class-rootn solely
on acciiuit of tie absence tef proper
ventilatioin. Ott the other lintirhiers
are inunertius eases of colds. tit
could be recouonted, brieughit ott by
ties class-rtioiabeitig at it freezinig
temuperatuire. We hiope thaet a stig.
gestio aliitg titese lutes trill be stif-
ficiettofircause thiose in chiarge to lie
miore tcarefitl of the hieialthi if atu
detits andil of Itlemselvss
First Freshman Social.
The iif it- tisoiallofithe ceeiiiimii
class ill btc Ihelid f at ngi r's, JLu
13. It istoti be "Lt inlforal iffai-
aaxi ulithtisui is txtetiltiito
everytitice XX. 'Tittitcii, Mi ses
Seely taiid lK(-rgiii i cittpose (lie
ments, taildlWit.A. Betiseitler, )ii-
rantt, atid .,Trrill uniake olethe iretep-
tin commitittee.
Thetiiuseumoe f pharitotcognosy
has received frotm Frederick Stearns
& Co.,r if Detroit, a collectiontoh
40) rare crude drugs obtainetd by the
scrioer inember of ties firim duriteg his
travels abroadr arid some original
containers for Russian ergot, cin-
chona and rosewater,
Hangsterfer will probably do the
catering for the J unior Hop.

Doing Cleoer Work.
The Michigan Beellet. the official
itaiper of the Miichigtar Press Associea-
tittn has the follewintioesiay of ate
ex-miteer of ties class of '9.9.
"Miss Jessie Wing is a bright
young wotmatn ewho assists her father
ire the edlitutrial rtaneagemeett of his
papsertie Lutdingtsn Appeal. Slit
has control of tie society, church
arid schiool departmenrts anid is doiteg
somtte very clever ewtrk."
Editor XWiig is also a Universitey
of Michigan alumnuits. IHIsgradlu-
ated freomi the literary departmeti
writh the elass of '70, arid fromtre e
lawe departement eith ties class of '72.
Ohio Centrai Lines.
'Theipputlar lite tio Columbuhes,
Sprirngfield, Dayton, Cietcinrnati arid
this Soth.

usefuel gifts for gentlermen, such as Col-
lar,, Ctiffs, Gloves, Mittens,, Canes, Urea-
Irel las, Fancy Hosiery, Suspenders, Golf Hose and
Sweaters. Open Evenings this week.
IMP'ORaTERiSAND MANUFeACTUtiERS Or
CHEMICAL arid PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS. Headquarters for all Lalsora-
tory Suptplies
1i2 S. Matie Street, Ane Arbor, MichS.

Athens Theatre,
TONIGHT.
OF OBERAMMERGAU.
Ida til aidiy I it? Cat etibliics ad
v u.

* TRY HOT CHOCOLATE,
Ncae ltke it eswee
-200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.
The largestt a-otu t ofCaundicsinattiacity,
mdethourly. Oysters0servediintantystyle.

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Of You Wlant or Binding, or Etuiig, or anything in our line, no mnatte
how small ior how target,
a Job of WE CAN DO IT
Pr in t in o for you, Call end gettiequacinted.

UNIVERSITYD __ -_ _ ---
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Granger'sa Academy. fvl'-l1 lc rI1 }.
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..,,.~a p AsitdatDetroit, Much.0
- O t ┬░hiu V etllO istl L Goltc
-r settinig, aalosexuiiteTif
anutyclelaOpel :c)tck Pie. A Evr2?nd
SIMPLY END AN A L LS . STlAEtOLEIB,
ed PAYiiitiE N. OU Nses saaMEce1t9 WestXWahitngton Street,
tilt teed you 13 packagesctfImiperishable- State Phone 144. Both Phones, No. 105. Ann Arbor.
iolet Sachtuerfumaeoctoselltorusfo a asech hnsolde
end usaa ou oey, andetwewiltsed
atm FREE boit priesa.(To each metth iso c Pcucaa
adicated a precioaus atone. AnyoneeteaigIlesc P c hh
to stiaee attheir birth-motahinsaaure sae
rear ad uneailiag gaad lack.) Thiese Birthday With the cominag ad going at the seasnsee the fashiona
Inessuarpassein beaaty anytFREE preiam eoer ite Shoes. Thea Styles at yesterday are tees forgottensia uhe desire fse
fSered. Send AddressaoatPPeerCard. Narmoney
aisired. Perfiumte retaurnahle it ntarsotd. Mete- uhaat ust-morrow. Seaeatu wimndows tar the heet ep-to-date lisa at
en this paper. RATIONAL SUPPLY CO.- the stytes tar to-morrow.
c. 8 . Larnsd Si., DETROIT. Mica nlPujur ' CSHOE T~fe , , aaa Washingiton St.,

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