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December 04, 1891 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Collgey ear, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subscription price $2.5 per yer, invariably
ie adraere Oileicoic cets. On sale at
6neass and Pst Office ness stand at 1
o'clock, see. Subcriptions may be lft at
tbe oilier of the tDALY, Opera Hlese blc, at
Sheehan's, at Stottet's, or with ay of the
editors.
Commnicatinsa soul reach te of1icc by
7 sclects . hi. it they are to appear the ae
day. Address all matter inlended oe public-
ists to the Managing Editor. All bsiness
communtictions should be et to the uel"
neon Manager.
THE U. of X. DAILY,
Amn Arbr, ich.
EDITORS.
sALatesSOE, '2.Maagig ldtr.
S. W. CRoss, '2, Assist. MaagigEdior.
G. 1L. CeArAN, 112, Assist. Maagig Editor.
J. C. TRAVIvS, '32, Bustiness Maager.
F. E. JANETTE, ', Asst.Busitess Maaer.
C. W. RtfCrxET, '4, Assist. Busiaes Mang.
5. D. JEWEst.. 1. 0 W.t.DctELEssAr,'55
F.D RI) lat, '1.'. . Rus. R s '02.
W. 1'. PARKtEt, '1. J. 1t. Attsa., '10.
G. 11. Iligert. 10. 1'C. . WELE, '14.
W.. MCtRtOicsss'3. I itts. llxtttt,'.
Ai'ioooos of tle sentinents x-
pressed in tle ((ALY sevffal days
ago with respect to (he lack of inef-
es) manifestedl by (tif alsiiini in a-
letics at tile Uiversity, ile conduct
of the Chicago alumniion00the occa-
sion of the gane wih Cornell here,
might bc citced in illustfaion. T(hr
game seemeid (o excite no attention
among the alonini. Outside of (le
committee ff0111 (le M\ichigan alumni
association, there were less than
half a dozen alumni who called up-
on the earn at the Gfand Pacific
Hotel. At the game, the under-
graduates from Michigan far out-
numbered the alumni, and there
were a great many more Cornell
alumni present to cheer their team,
although Michigan's alumni nimer
four times as many as Cornell's
alumni in Chicago and vicinity.
'This is not very complimentary to
to tile Chicago alumni, 1o say the
least. To be sure, the game xas not
very extensively advertised until the
morning of the day of the game, but
even that brief notice should have
brought every alumni to witness the
game and encourage ,Michigan's
lean.
The Library Question.
The extraordinary ability which
some of our esteemed contempora-
ries exhibit in choosing from their
exchange clippings just the ones
which either belong to a former gen-
eration or have been authoritatively
contradicted anywhere from one to
twelve times is surprising. Here is
that aged fake about the Ann Arbor
Lihrary being open on Sunday. Only
two weeks ago the U. O' M. DAILY

wailed forth its fifth wail, beseeching
its exchanges to give the lie just a
little time to rest, but all in vainfor
here among our latest bunch of pa-
pers we find the oft-clipped clipping
makes its appearance twice. Start
a lie on tile rounds of the college
papers, assd nothing known will stop
it-The Occident.
The Castalian.
Prizes asvardied to Arthur Holmes
for best poem, and to M. D. for best
story. 'The person signing himself
M1. D. will oblige the board by rail-
tng on H. D. Haskins, 3 Geddes
aye., and revealing his name.
A nnounc ement.
I am mal~kitng great prepsaratiotns for
('hristmas, atid wiii show 'h(linest line
of gioids ever sdisplayesinit this eity.
My siuceiss in the past yeatr, and es-
peially this fall, las eneoitraged ole
to e'ilargs' ty stoek. Liockoout for
neat weet's aidvertiseme't
Respl'etfillly,
ROSINESS LOCALS.

~H~HA & Q., safe st.,
havix reeeved too thle opetitag of college 20,000 Books, ttew and seceond
hiand of all ktnds, Gteek, Latiti, Freneci, Germall, Law anld Medieal Books,
wshlch they wtll sell at G~reatly Reduced Prices.
Mathematieal Istruments andlf Laboratory sstpplies. See out Note Books
foi 1891-2.
Is the LEING0SCtHOtOL efltlt.OINFc
your depatmIents-Commuereial, ts teat-bool.
5 . ormanusctspt sork- &ngls.hortha1nud and
Petsmanshsp.Elegattbuitldinglls,!e at-
- -- -= t asanreeffci~ren titctos obkthore
n - ouagh, livsng expess etrmely low, $2.21 to
$25per steek; students assisted 50 poitons. 5,ades oC A~ ods
"The Nligara Falls Roufe.

JAS.l.A ShrAFFORD,

Ixotiles insertes initts11 olumn lltte rote
.of 10ents per line. Seciallrlstes toe sanger
time, aurudextra lines furnsiishbyub pplyinlgat TT'V761/
the DAstLY ofilh. ilfYk}u
The Tolerdo A Atili Arbor roadsilli xi
chanitge timue next Ssiiday.IDee. 6. 'Ihils
is mnade liecessairy tilllac'ounlt of flue
Granl~d'Tritik Wy retllrninig (t1a1n
through thiceirix'w tulnnel lit Por
Jllroll~elllhilg a shlorteninlg u111of ther
timle. Ais this is (ioi valuable a coni-
iietioti fur the T1. 1& A. to lose, (lie
tinle of their traitis xwiii also be -.o -
chalnlgedI, paissinlg Aiit Arbor 11s fol-
lsos:

TIMETABLE (REVISED) NOVEMBER, 11, 1891.
J. Al. STAEFORD I CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
The Loader EASTWARD. y
11Fl' I2S 11jSTATIOSealMail Oay'8rto N Y1iiNi'siAl a
Exp/thnEuo ls!1:p Aec.
Mlerel. ant Tail- inA. .M.. .Mr !es. . iP .A
C~hc, Lv.l7 051 9 001ill 3 10'521,1110'011
'' Jackssn....0211 a25L 30l8547 4 15 15ll12
O r i D. F11110efhelsea...... . 35 (1,7 1' l0t2
Raster......41-1,.I.....5l4li 72,11'
litne of 1Piee Delhi Mills... 4301. . .Ill793.1. .
AN dABO,.4 21525i 022 9 4515143 7411.3,
Goods to select ayeun 17i. . 111...67 801130:1
fr'oto. 'all for Detoteit, Aer- 61116041 7210 l4l; 7 151 9l201110
!a fine fittinlg i Bufflo. 5111....80t d 10 01125 31.-jt605915
WESTWARD.
SoT1 rATaONt. Dir ChOli.iI istEv. OilePao Meail
No. 19 Cup1)5Hp Eap hap. tim Ex. Act.
S. Alain Street. Buffalo....n... . 1 63 94 30 151.C
A.4..M. r. n. r.MO. I . M5, M. r. M.
DetrittL...8Ott 7140 1 21 500 91511514dd5
WayneJune 9501.... 083' --. 519 1
Ypssiatlli....0I2 5021015900 ...101115Q
A lIARBOR.. 9 31 0402 159 918 lIsis 10 32 5ll
Delhi Mills.. 941---..5917 .
Dexte r....95 . 9to - st e0i51 7
- Chelnea.... 1010 .... 5...1107 010
'1W Jacksn.....100 935 3ltd10 4011 15 t1 R55
t leags, Ar. 7 5 5 9 50 010 4050 75161 ll
L1 TOTS O W RG ES. H.W. HAYES,
L.A 11uS G. P. A T. A. Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor
Commencing
Dec.7, 191. Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Dec.7, 191. Michigan Railway.

GINGilNOR1TH'l. GOING OU51THll.
(1 :7a. in.... (starts from tere) 7:005 a. ta. (6,
(3) 12 nloon~ (stops here) .....11:18 "(2~
(5) 4:21 p.m . . ..-----------8:40 p. m. (4
Thinllest display ever tnade here in1
this city itn rugs, eall be seen inlthle
sho0w windoxxs of Martin Htaller.
Htandlsome designls in Moquette, W~il-
ton, Byzalntine, Smyrtasatnd Fur. For
Chlristmas lite makes special low prices.
InI the othler shtow win~dow is just as
hsandsome a display in draperies, cite-
Dtille and silk curtains.
For Htoliday Goods, Beautifol ((and
Paitnted Articles, chteapest Plush Goods
in thse city, and many tusef nl anti ortna-
mlental things, go to Mrs. M. Pond's
State street store. Gltand opening otn
Wednesday atsd Thlursday.
Don't forget we keep sweaters, best
quality, $1.50 to $4.25. Mack & Schimid.
Laidies' Maekintoshles in beautiful
varieties, just received at Mack &
Sehimid's.
Hot atnd eold baths 10 cents, at Post
Office Barber Shop.
Futll line nexv style collars, 4 ply, 1-5c
or 2 for 2-5. Mack & Schlmidl.
$1.95-800 silk umbrellas worth $3.50
to $4.50, mlarked $1.95 at Mack &
Sehid's.
Laidies of (lie U. of M. xwifllfd it
greatly to tiheir advantage to call on us
so lli need of Cloaks, Dress Goods
or Faney Dry Goods. Maek & Scbmid.
UT. of M. Buttons, 50 cents each, and
xith class year, 75 cents each. We are
tite only makers of the three-ighth
inlch button, with correct colors and
polished enamel. They don't fade or
soil, and last forever. Sent postpaid
utpon receipt of price. Students are
invited to visit us when in town.
Roellm & Sons, Jewelers, Grand Circua
Park, 271 Woodward ave., Detroit.
Anew line of Neckwear just received
and no better stylesa will be found in
town. You will say they are one-half
the price you pay for them elsewhere.
Mack & Schmid.

19 S. MAIN ST..
OneSoslid Week,
Monday Eve.,

I sgaterest 01 the Flavorite Acress,
Assisted by
ALBERT TAVERNIER.
And a Capable Company in the Followting
Repertoire:1
110JN'DAY-Thc Galley.S'lanc.
TUESDAY-Lucretia Borgia.
WEDNESDAY-Lady Chore.
THURSDAY-Oliver Twist.
FRIDAY-The .Honseymnl.
SATURDAY-.Damon and Pythiao.
MATINEE-TheXMutsat Fr'iind.
Prices, - 151 25 and 35 Cts.
Reserved Seats en Sale at the P. 0. Dews
Stand. Plan open Fridlay moerning.

'ime Table goiag ilo effect September 13, 1891
Aerival oftrains at Ann Atbor.
No. 2. Through Mail and Express... ; 40a. m.
No.)4. Ann Arbor & Toledo Aerom..11150 a. m.
No. 0. Clare Passenger....... .Ito05p. m,
Eel1. Clare and Toledo Aecom.. 11130a. m.
No. a. Through Mail ...5....9N0p. m.
No. 5. Ann Arbor & Toledo Accom.. 7(20a. m.
Teaini 4 and 5 cronItetween AnnIArbor and
'Toledo only.
Central Standard Time.
All Trains Daily except Sunday.
W. to. BENNETT, Ro. S. GREENW'OOD,
Gen. Pass. Agent, Local Agent.

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