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January 13, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-01-13

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Columbia's Gymnasium. :~ THERE'S NOTHING LIKE LEATHER,
S. The new gymnnasitnl ot Colunlbi : '~J4ITRC WHEN WELL PUT TOGETHER.
college given 'by Preoident Seth Low,
'ublished Daily (Sundays excepted) during 1<'
the C7ollege year, at w ill be the finest building of its ind InH UIESTYO IHIA, i Aeia
hefrttresoisothne'Oi- Times building, 79 S. Main St. be- -N -
tween Liberty and William Sts. building, which will be knlownilao Ciii-RusaEnmlBoadAe-
31t.NAGIN(O EDITOR veroly Stlall, ,iirt'to coot $450,0t00,an Russia, canafameol B atAer.
F._TaOOMAS , 1.,workcatntCalienrehasoareadyebeeri,
0. 1.CNE , 'A98.EO As it nitproaches colilIidion tie le ns1)11110OR
-- will be miade to suit whatever cotii- BE S SH E TRE
EDITRohS R N. MAIN,, OPP. COURT HOUSE,
E. L. GEsues, '9s L. F. S. Scions. 98 tl tilt needs of the univerotity ic
B. B. MEcaREAs, 'tO. H. B. SKOILMAN, 'tO L. 1q11r1.
F. M. Loonats, '50. H. It. Couts, '90. r~L ru nj'ttrnrr
C. St. GRaNs, t9. Athletic Editor. "liett tr.it'('to the gytllitsittl13to -I-
ASSOCIATE EDITORS tilt the g;roundti level twithth le street, I (N
W. W. toghes, '50. 0. W. Smith, '97. ani ois tth( grountd floor is te~it
F. A. Fucik, '98OE. Louise Dodgec, 'tis. gitos wt-, \,i ROT
W. P. Morrill, '5. Botler Lamb, 1900. 11111 ipol. (u110111 ol will containi
A. 1i. Suith, '01. C. Lall, jr., 90951,. -240,000gtt nsof fieed a ndIllI
will it ot' ttttIwict' the size (of thie -
a, lnk i th 5'at' ymnaium.A "itidfl~la~iI'~ No time like the presttg Cto buyyou -l~~
The subscription price of the Doily is V-01 the edge~s of te builtling will be pidac- JI~ I O
for te colicge year, with a re.tiler delivercy -
before noos eacit day. tcs cotomonica' mldoshowero, ntl'de baths, iockcrs, and I self an Overcoat. We take stuck IFeb. 1st.
tionts, antd other mattcc inteodedh for puilitoa- I
0Ie e "ina., ocrettiledi tothebit'Otor bt'tret 31 3
p. in., of the dtty preeis to10thtat 00ntwhicht 'liii' gy-tltlaoitilti will be.,~ likote 1This means that we have cut the pieo
thee tee espected to atitear. Ipoo
Office, Mleye' s of Stolleto Nesstattd, or5
sith Bttsittes slasoger Soloctibers twill etn- Over 1ts widest datd i witlb i h e et170ecotselomthoree o fla dllaech.c
fer a favttr by coirtlog promtptly at thit'7, I
office any failure of catrrlers to defiver papter. t1114 in it eerytcy ottoti ltlt'aptit11talt -IDwul 1i
fi ol tittttiiYli)d'oteydSa fttr iltysi Itsl t~t iutttt'ttwillIte tmadle !It wolid e a good trade iyoun otin-
will ~ ~ is ofti.iersvti ~titiii Overlcooklting lte loor ofthe r-t
wiltoo t'ttve. ra1,. pe-1 tend to use it until next season.
gyit':itlitt sill Itt',1tt rvti l l~lt. . rt~rutri
fil hierte intthet'past tiltS thire's ntt -
tilt'ttentie interior' of It'e litilitiis
llcittiltt nIisht hsoa.-Ittt it' lttilt a rililnilg tack 12 feet -
tate iaid ninesly'bs'itotlthgCmtii" ttnhtht 35 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
tartS, or tt'"tktithe "as lof," ttet ilterdnr eddrcos
tt is generttiyatgreedl trtottttl te it hittitf((tt~ttatt ~yitt ~~A l tie W
t'ttiltti0dral t teiottot il' « attI Ittlotti se otttt11itt t-:gtit'tttttgttitttpil- SECOND ANNUAL LIGHT INFANTRY
of Conrolh one.ton.ithth has e att thle tic. l d iosithe4 1 Ty'yr'm- ~ T~Y T~

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iyorikharthipi to ailult-it's tt Michti-
gun Sot-somtit me lit ot iotme. 'eti tt'
stted thetot' attrtdlots :ud~te ttor aitit-
letoisut is si ttiuly ieomiiiued by-all.
It hlas ittein stidtiif.iiis tt'e'sttlti-
mteat oftthelit'idcentbodtti hat finltly
theteritolnts s-t-lttt itie stattttltctl lt.101I-
gao neetd htive nto fetrtc i itl hrI
li'bitittitof itrotesoitttaisllt
MVore Freshmen Needed.
Sli(t- fr'es-hmatniglt't'ctbt.wh-ilt-l iwill btt
heltl this aterootitI 4:15 ii in ttoti
24, will flonishitntit titlttrttnity tttr
tmaniy'neiss nti. It is beltt hl ti
ltarge nsumbettrswilhl resptondthanti'thittat
first titass cubtiltsil result. By- a iis-
take it s-tt iititttneed it yestrday's
Daily' that Nelson ''litt oilh Waus
mtantetr of thie cltb. In ret'tiy, ntt
tftiers huts-cy-ttlarte t''tlt'td<11th
orgtsization huis nttoteno t'9rtltt. L.
L~. Driggs. '101, uill t'taiit ttllthe it-
"'ickets fttr thoe fresiniian sociatl to btt
giveso lt Graniger's next Fritday night
silo for sttle boy the ioeltt'rs of thio
social csomittee. As previously sit-
u-ounmed, they are 11. to. kSnouley,
ciairmai, Meosrs. Nottingham imid
F-ord, Misses Boulsoin and Belfortd.

Communication,
Wh~ly dt lott e litieratry' socito's ill
whettnlite ~ stw t'eettrootst zetl atIht
stlf'-seriliei lte'tt Ie iiibt'ro.that at
leaut:ol ilt' nut ofthle (tollege sttu'dents

A genine htigho chaos circus performance at the New Light
Inofatrty Armory.
General Ad~ission Evenings, 25, Cents.
Matinees Weulnesday and Saturday, 2:80 p.nm., adults 25 coens;
children, lb cents.
Tite LUCKY CURVE of the GEC S 1RKER Fou tain Pe.
SXiphnrFee si oteat Ball the t Itae itiotheutytle A perecten and warranted by the Parter
PenuCompanytttanesulleWis.
J.C. FREUD, '99, 47 S. University Ave.

itttt i.ft Ot'I'iitesithy-itte ntsimore t'IN THE EQUIPMENT OF A
lt-4t o 0ttIs it utt'ttttrs eacht, shiile STUDENTS ROOM,
thttot' iltlthiss ii'eparltmeturftare li1t- t ho genertally coneetedith Ia tstrtnged
lit betttter t'. stettiltd thointuhttiett h I stramnt is almust an abolutr necessity.'To
secttre the -reatest rnjoyment from ttte
sltileth s'ttttl le ladto luotiuer ~tporchase set the hoot your motiey soul afford.
studllt oul be lai to llllra,~e 1 sEprert judgmenut pronouncesthe "Ba
itoporttuity' to etnroll hiluuself as aState" tnstruments lie finest in thse soorl
ttuotttr itt sie' tt these ethuist stit An excellet instrumetut is the
Sotiets, hIeswottithielp tthes t ttti BAY STATE $10.00
tltst'lf <t tte liii' outsilute nhutnioit 1 B 7C 1\TI. T O .
thetrt'is streni th.i Let eves t dntt tt We tove ite stoet cheaper hanton
thitnk tver these iutt eu's han thuts, but for asab',~sttist, servit-
C table instrument, at a tow price, nto
STUDENT. ottuor tnstrumoent manufactured can
______________com are wit it.
LADSIEIS' 'LAS. Send for ilustrtsted catologue,
JOHN C. HAYNES & CO.,
Sui~tttrtluty, Jattc 0t, the Uiiversity 453-463 Washington Strert, Boston.
Sechttutl ittDtancinugswill cnuutuetteea
elttss exclttsively foir ladies. Theclas otiaz o
Ssill ineet oe'ery Statrdaluy atetriu~on OL " T ..± z
frotms 3to 3 lt, Have you seefl those no bby
Fioutnd A sisall silver bracelet, itt- Suits Mitward is turnipg out,
scribed switht words of ondeaurmo~tt
Prov'e properly at Stewvard's office, 72 XILWARD 40 State St.

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