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October 30, 1891 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
WE have been asked if the "co-
eds"will be admitted free to-morrow
at the foot-ball games. The man-
agement say that they will not, but
that every arrangement will be made
for their accommodation. There is
considerable curiosity to see how
well the girls will support our team.
SEVERAL of the members of '92
Lit class have asked why we desire
the names of those who can gradu-
ate. Our only reason is that we
wish to obtain a complete list of the
members of the graduating class,
which list will be published in the
DAILY in the near future, and this
way of obtaining them seems the
most satisfactory. In all probability
the majority of the class would like
a complete list of its members. We
trust tvat all lvho have not yet done
so will drop their names in the DAILY
boxes in the Main Hall, Library, or
Engineering Laboratory some time
this week, or the early part of next.
WE think that the Harvard Crim-
son acted rather hastily in publish-
ing but a portion of our report of
the attendance at the University of
Michigan for this year, and then
drawing conclusions from the incom-
plete figures, which would lead peo-
ple to believe that Harvard had
increased wonderfully and Michigan
not at all, while the fact is Michigan
has not only outstripped Harvard in
totals but shows a greater increase.
Harvard has increased 361, Michi-
gan 38. But we think the Crimson
exhibits considerable presumption
when it intimates that the graduates
of western universities go east to
complete their education. This
statement is on a par with President
Elliot's remuarkin one of his speeches
while traveling through the West
drumming up trade for Harvard.
This remark is: ''The west as a
mass is incapable, dense, ignorant,
and wrong. " Such balderdash needs
no refutation.
Unity Club.
The following is the program of
the Unity Club to be given in the
parlors of the Unitarian church
next Monday evening: "A Study
of Pure Science," Dr. Victor C.
Vaughan-recitation, Miss Annie M.
Briggs; piano solo, Miss Davis; se-
lection on banjo, Mr. Mell Gillespie,
with Miss Davis accompanist.

Athletic Field to be Finished.
Secretary Wade has announced
that the athletic field will be finished
and ready for use in a very short
time. The grading has been placed
in the hands of the street commis-
sioner of Ann Arbor, who will com-
mence work immediately. The man
recommended by the D. A. C. of
Detroit, to whom the work had been
intrusted, proved incompetent, hence
the delay.
Prohibitionists.
There will be a joint meeting of
the University and Normal Prohibi-
tion Clubs at the McCleary Business
College hall, Saturday evening, at
7:30. It will be necessary for those
going to take the 5:20 car on the
motor line. The car returns at 9:30
p. us. Let every prohibitionist turn
out and have a rousing meeting.
H. H. WALKER, Pres.
R. L. Free, '91 law, of Paw Paw,
Mich., is visiting in the city.<
BUSINESS LOCLAS.
INsurces ins rle~l in IbshsisosnatIIthle rate
vftc ernts r iine. srial rairs tor lnger
time, and extra lines furnisberl by applying at
thie DAILY sille.]
WAEn.-By a competet lady a
positioiis matroi i aFratenity
house. References given. Address U.
of M. DAILY.
Rooms-very desirable suite in new
house No. 5 Monroe. Furnace heat
antd use of bath. Pce reasoiable.
DANAN.-Mrs. Annie Ward Foster
will open a class in dancing, also iii
Delsarte in Novemiber. Also will have
evening assemblys after class.
Don't forget we keep sweaters, best
quality, $3.50to $4.5. Mack & Shmid.
Rooms, 48 Liberty street. Hot and
cold water. Bath, closet, furnace, etc.
"Michigan" asd "Ann Arbor" son-
venir spoons at Watts', 10 S. Main
street.
Hot and cold baths 10 cents, at Post
Office Barber Shop.
Full line new style collars, 4 ply, 15c
or 2 for 25. Mack & Schmid.
Anewline of Neckwear just received
and no better styles will be found in
town. You will say they are one-half
the price you pay for them elsewhere.
Mack & Schiiid.
Ladies of the U. of M. will find it
greatly to their advantage to call on us
when in need of Cloaks, Dress Goods
or Fancy Dry Goods. Mack & Selimid.
November 2n.
"Newv York by Day," which Miss
Lottie Williams ad liseroipany pre-
sent this week at the People's theater,
is one of those melodramas that leave
nothing to be desired in the thorough-
ness of the triumph of innocence and
poverty over crime and unscrupulous
wealth. From the first there need be
no mistake as to where the sympathies
of the atidience ought to be. And it is
to the credit of the company as demon-
strated by last night's performance,
that there is no mistake as to where it
is. There was something refreshing
in the heartiness with which the vil-
lains were hissed and the innocents
and their friends applauded. It is a
play worth going to see if for nothing
else than to get into the atmosphere of
unconventionality and thorough sym-
pathy which characterizes the audi-
ences it attracts.-New York World.

Qo., 8 tf e 8t.,.
have received for toe opening of college 20,000 Books, new and second
hand of all kinds, Greek, Latin, French, German, Law and Medical Books,
which they will sell at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Mathematical Instruments and Laboratory supplies. See our Note Books
for 1891-2.
Is the LEADING SCHOOL ofoBUSINEaS
Four departments-Commercial, No textbook
orlmanuscriptwork-anglish,Shorthand and
Penmanship. Elegant building, large at-
tendance, e aicient instructors, work tor-
n lougbliving expenses extremely low, $2.5 to
5 1 per week, students assisted to positions.
For catalogue, address P. . CLEA'Y, President.

JAS M STAFFORD
J. M.STAFFORD
F INE The Leader
in Fashions in
Merchant Tail-
oring. F ine
line of Piece
Goods to select
from. Call for
ta fine fitting
suit.
19 S. MAN:ST., No. 19
ANN ARBOR MICH. S.MainStiet
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
-AT-
I. 0. INEWS STAND
Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, Fine
Confections,C igars and Tobacco.
NO 12 W. HURON ST.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Friday Evening, October 30
Mr. H.xT. Thompson's Gorgeous Production of
the Realistic, Powerful Comedy Drama,
"THE MIDNIHT ALARM"
Origina in Construction. Thrilling in Ac-
tion. Interpreted by a Full Company of Me-,
tropolitan Artists. Gorgeous Costumes.:
Thousandsttilotrs Invested in Mechanical
and Scenic Effects. Crest New York Wharf
Scene, showing famous Brooklyn Bridge,
Staoetof Liberty and Cit o Brooklyn in the
distance. Genuine Fire aEnon drawn by two
Spirited Horses. Scenery used in the original
New York Production.

Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan Railway.
Time Table going int effect September13,11.
Arrival of trainsat Ann Arbor.
GOING NORTH.
No. . Through Mail and Express. .7 40 a. m.
No. 4. Ann Arbor & Toledo Accom. .11 50 a. m.
No. ti. Clare Passenger. .............05 pm.
No 1. Clare and Toledo Aecom......11 30 a. mi.
Ns. 3.'thrusughsMail ..............9i20)p. m.
No.15. Ann Arbsor & Toledso Aecos.. 7 20 a.m
Tris 4and 5 run between Ann Arbor and
Tolrduoinly.
Central Standard Time.
All Trains Daily except Sunday.
w. H. -BENNETT, R. S. GREENWOOD,
Gen. Pass. Agent. Local Agent.
GRAITP OPERA L OUSE
Monday Evening, November 2
MISS LOITTIE WILLIAMS
Tha Beauticul Protean Character Soubrette
Queen, in tilso osertiiliDramsatic
Creation, entitled
" Few\Y YorkMi-ty by j) Yt"
A Fresh, CrisPiisste of Lit in New York
City, under itie titogemest st
Mr. Charles Melville.
R AItSTIC IN THE EXTREME.
Full of Exciting Scenes, Dramatic Situations
and Magnificent Scenery, Artistically
Picturesque, and Interpreted by a
Jose'i'l and Cwtref lly Selected
Coiimpassy.
Among the Startling Effects in this Great Pro-
duction are
New York City by Midnight.
The Battery in =868.
Harlem Bridge in a Blizzard
The Pelice Patrol.
Tne nurning Canal Hoat.
The Electric Call.
The Whole Portraying to Nature Life in the
Great City.

PRICES, 35, 50 and 75 Cents.
Reserved Seat Tickets now en Sale at the.
Seats an sale at F, 0. Newa Stand. Feseflce News Stand.

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