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December 01, 1891 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1891-12-01

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THE U. OF'M. DAILY.

Published Daily (Snday excepted) during
the College year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subscription price $2.50 per year, invariably
ineadvanse Sinleeopies 3 cents. On sale at
Snenan's and Fost Offic news stand at 12
o'clock, noon. Subscriptions may be left at
the office of the DAILY, Opera House block, at
Sheehan's, at Stofflet's, or with any of the
editors.
Communications should reach the office by
7 o'clock P. M. it they are to appear the net
day. Address all matter intended for publica-
tion to the Managing Editor. All business
communications should be sent to the Busi-
ness Manager.
THE U. of M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor,.Mich.
EDITORS.
RALPHS TONE, '92, Managing Editor.
S. W. CURTISs, '92, Assist. ManagingEditor.
G. L. CHAPAN, 'W, Assist. Managing Editor.
J. C. TRAsvIs, '92, Business Manager.
- F. E. JANaETTE, '93, Asist.Business Manager.
C. W. ICKETTS, '4, Assist. Business Man'gr.
H. D. JEwELL, P. G. w.H.D.LLENACK,'92
RF GEN,'92. F. E. RUGGLEs,'92
W. P. PA RKER,''93. J. B. A sNEILL,'93.
G. B. Dygert.'93. C. F. WELLEi,'94.
W.EMOEcoi, 'E.1I CA. IAlO, '95.
THe A cUS vPiBLiM G ouSe.
To DlivE the library lighted
throughout with electricity would be
infinitely better than the present
system of gas. It can be done with
but little additional expenseand the
result would be well worth the extra
expenditure. The chief difficulty
is the interference of class work in
the physical laboratory. Perhaps
this may be remedied in some way.
It is certain that the change would
be appreciated by all those who reg-
ularly attend the reading room.
Notesfrom the Physical Laboratory
-The Library May be Lighted by
Electricity.
In an interview with one of the
assistants in the physical laboratory,
a number of interesting facts were
learned which are not generally
known, and which may be of inter-
est. During the last three or four
years the attendance in this depart-
ment, and especially in the school
of electrical engineering, has in-
creased to such an extent that facili-
ties for their accommodation have
been somewhat meager. The intro-
duction of new apparatus has obvi-
ated this difficulty, and we now have
one of the most thoroughly equipped
physical laboratories in the west.
Recently a new Slattery alternating
current dynamo of 200 incandescent
light power has been purchased, and
is now being set up on the ground
floor. It was intended at first to be
used solely for experimental pur-
poses, but the idea of lighting the
library has been seriously consid-
ered. It is estimated that 150 in-
candescent lights would be amply
sufficient. The only thing in the

way isathetcoat of. twohadditional
men, and the fact that the dynamo
will be in use until five o'clock,
while the library must be lighted
earlier during the fall and winter
months. It seems as if this obsta-
cle might be surmounted for the
benefits are obvious.
A fine horizontal Russel engine
has been purchased from the Russel
Engine Co., Massilon, Ohio, and is
en route. It is capable of 70-horse
power, and is intended to run the
dynamo.
A Deci-Ampere, a Deki-Ampere,
a Ballistic Galvanometer, and a Sec-
ometer have been added to the gen-
eral apparatus, and several instru-
menls of minor importance are on
the wey.
Angell's Visits.
ichligan is very proud. Last
year she walked about with a wreath
of laurel on her co-educational brow,
worn because her university had
more students than any other col-
lege in America. This year the
records show nearly 2,800 enrolled,
or 400 more than the total of last
year. Of these 40o are women, and
every department shows a marked
advance. Is this great progress due
to the president of the University ?
Can Ann Arbor entertain an Angell
not unawares and fail to meet a well-
merited reward? Happy the uni-
versity where Angell's visits are of
daily occurance.-From Kate Field's
Washington.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
iNoices inserted in this column at the rate
of 10 cents per liae. Special rates for loger
time, and extra lines furnished by applying at
the DALY office.
For Htoliday Goods. Beautiful Hand
Painted Articles, cheapest Plush Goods
in the city, and many useful and orna-
mental things, go to Mrs. M. Ponds
State street store. Giand opening on
Wednesday and Thursday.
LosT- Tuesday evening, between
Main Itall anid 21 S. State t., ai pair of
gold-rimmed eye-glasses. Return to 21
S. State.
Don't forget we keep sweaters, best
quality, $3.50to $425. Mack & Schmid.
Ladies' Mackintoshes in beautiful
varieties, just received at Mack &
Schmid's.
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-.
$1.95-800 silk umbrellas worth $3.50
to $4.50, marked $1.95 at Mack &
Schmid's.
Ladies of the U. of M. will find it
greatly to their advantage to call on is
when in need of Cloaks, Dress Goods
or Fancy Dry Goods. Mack & Schmid.
U. of M. Buttons, 50 cents each, and
with class year, 75 cents each. We are
the only makers of the three-eighth
inch button, with correct colors and
polished enamel. They don't fade or
soil, and last forever. Sent postpaid
upon receipt of price. Students are
invited to visit us when in town.
Roehm & Sons, Jewelers, Grand Circus
Park, 271 Woodward ave., Detroit.
Anew line 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 & Schmid.

have received for te 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 LEAD13G SCHOOL oflBUSINEPS.
AFour departments-Commercial, No text-book
Y - ° -er manusciptws k-&nglish. Shorthasnd asd
lenmanship. Elegnt building .lageat
tendance, efficient instructore, work thor-
ough, living expenses extremely low, $2.25 to
$250 per week; students assisted to positions.
For catalogue, address P. R. CLEARY, President.
SMIGHIGAN GENTIRAL
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GRAND OPERA HOUSE G. ES W. o.H.A 'W. b,
ONE NIGHT ONLY. Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Thursday Evening, Dec. 3, '91 Michigan Railway.
Time Table going into aieact September 13, 1891.
Arrival of trains at Ann Arbor.
Positively the only performance of this great No. 2 Through Mail and Express... 740,.
production in Ann Arbor. W. A. Brady's No. 4. Ann Arbor & Toledo Accom .11 S0t.
Superb Original Production of the No. 6. Clare Passenger.............. 5 05 p.im.
World-famed
GINSOU00H.
No 1. Clare and Toledo Accom......1130a.im.
No.3. Through Mail.......0.... 920 p. m.
- - co R ! No. 5. Ann Arbor & Toledo Accom.. 720 a.im.
.I Trains 4 and 5 run between Ann Arborand
Toledo only
Central Standard Time.
Alexander Dumas' Greatest Play. All Trains Daily except Sunday.
W. H. BENNETT, R. S. GREENWOOD,
Gen. Pass. Agent. Local Agent.
MISS EMMA BELL,

AS IZA, the Bewitching, Handsome Model.
The Virgin-8:00 p m; The Page-8:30 p m;
The Model-9:00 pm; The Bride-9:15 p m;
The W5ife-9:45 p m; The Siren-0:15 p m.
Reigning Sensation oethe wordlIDirectfromn
the Staudard Theatre, New York City with all
the Identical Cast, Scenery and Effects.
Prices, - 50, 75 and $1.00
Seats on sale at P. O. News Stand.

,MAAL,

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