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December 09, 1891 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1891-12-09

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

t / 1 ate receipts at Cleveland, was to
09a have been 20 per cent. We act-
ually received $50, which is upon
Published Daily (Sundays exceptedi durnga the basis of a total attendance of
sie collegre ear, by
THEU. F . IDEENDNTASSOCIATION 500 people. This is very much out
THE . O M.INDPENENTof the way, to phrase it mildly.
The,- ,re r- at th,.e rvloes't esti-

Subscription price $2.501 per year, iavariably
i n adsvace Single coois 3 cents. Os sale at
Sneesas and Post Office news sad at l12
oclock, nion. Subscriptions may be left at
she sfince of the DAILY, Opera Hose block, at
Sheehansa, at Stoflect's, or wish ansy of the
editors.
Csosmaunications shossld reasab the office by
Vo'clock t..i hey are to appear the next
day. Addrtsa all matler intended for publics-
tion to the Masaging Editor. All business
commsunications should be sent to the Busi-
nss Masager.
THE U. of M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Nick.
EDITORSn.
RALP'HSTOusE, '92, Managing Editor.
S. Wv. CcaTISS, '92, Assist. Managing Editor.
0.5T.. Cissesca, '(c, Assist. Managing Editor.
J. C. TRsAVIS, '92, Buosiness IS asoger.
F. k. JAsNoEr, '10, Asist.flosises saagr.
C. W. flICtotoS, '94, Assist. Bluosiess Mange.
f. D. JowEss.. P. 0. s.H.DELLENBsAC'.'(t2
F. f) Ossecs,'o'2. IF. E. Olcoosc, '52.
W. P. PaeasR, 'El. J. 5R. AsEss., '01.
0. B. lyggert. 'El. IC. P. Wmstu. 'H4.
W. E. MeEseuito, '93.'1CiSo. BlAIR, '95.
'rHo indications are that the con
cert in the Choral Union series, this
evening will he largely attended.
'rie soloists are all nmusicians of
note, and arc headed by one of the
celebrated violinists of the world.
THE athletic directors did the
right thing in decidinig to address
letters of thanks to the D~etroit Ath1-
letic Club and to Mr. M. C. Murphy
for their isnterest in athletics at the
University. 'The D. A. C. have, for
the past few years, done consider-
able to encourage the development
of athletics here, and Mr. Murphy
has seconded their good work by
the valuable contribution of his
services and professional advice. Itt
has been due in great part to his en-
ergy that foot-ball was given such
an impetus, towards the close of the
season. If r. Murphy had been
an alumnus his interest in the suc-
cess of athletics at the University
would not ihave been so unexpected,
but the fact that he is bound by no
college tie, make his services much
more to be appreciated.
IT looks very much as though the
Cleveland Athletic Club had used
the Michigan foot-ball team as a
nmoney making attraction, and treated
them in the business arrangements
as honestly as in the game. It
seems to be unsafe to entrust the
management of foot-ball games en-
tirely to athletic clubs having no,
connection with a college, as the
experience of Yule and Princeton
with the. Manhattan Athletic Club,
as our experiehce with the C. A. C.,
attests. Michigan's share of the

mate, ,sons people present, which
would make Michigans share $8o
at the very least.
BUSINESS LOCALS,
.Notices inserted in this column at thse rase
of 10 ceists per lise. Slpeial rates for longer
lime. assd eatra liars furnsihesd by applying at
the DAsILYOffic,]
LOST-A pair of giild eyo-glasses in
idark-hrowns leather cane. Finider pleaoe
loave at U. ofP M. DAILY offie and re-
ceive reward.
LOST-A silver mounite'd fousntaiss
poll. initials S. C. G. ensgraved upons
it. Finiier please retursi to IDAILY
olfice or to S. C. Gliidden.
'The finest diisplay ever maide here iss
thiscity is rugs, eail he seers 5in the
-susw swindossof Martill Hailer.
handsiisonme desiggis ill Moquetto, Wit-
tosilyzaiitinieSmiyrniaandiFur. For
Chi stloas lie siiilts special low prices.
Ini flueothiirsshiowswinsdow is just as
hi'isomeiiua' isplay inl idsaperies. cie-
1oinHlidaisGooids. Beaiitiful ltanii
Paisited Asrtieleselieapiest flshlGoouds
in the eity ,isndsmaniy siseful and ornsa-
nuentatl tins, go to Mrs. M. Pondi's
-tatestrcot stole.Gsasid opessing on
Wedtuesdasy anitiThuurstday.
Doss't forget owe keep sweaters, host
quality, $3.50 to $4.25. Mack & Schimid.
Laudies' Mackinitoshiesisniseasitifiul
varieties, just receiveid at Maek &
Sechmid's.
(lot ansd eolid tathis 10 cees, at Post
Ofice Barber Shois.
Full lissesiewv style eiillars, 4 ply, 15e
or 2 for 25. Mack & Schimidi.
$1.95-800i silk umbrellas worth $3.90
to $4.90, marked $1.95 at Mack &
Sclimid's.
Ladies of the U. of M. will finid it
greatly to their advasitage to call on us
whiensiii need of Cloaks, Dress Goods
or Fancy Dry Goods. Musck & Schmid.
U. of M. Busttons, 50 centa eachs, and
with duoss year, 75 cents each. We are
the only maakers of the three-eighth
inclshbuttons, with correct colors and
polished eniamel. They don't fade or
soil, anid last forever. Sent postpaid
upon receipt of price. Students are
invited to visit no when in town.
Roehm & Sosns, Jewelers, Grand Circus
Park, 271 Wiiodward ave.,.Detroit.
Anew lisse of Neekwear just received
and no better styles 51ill ho founsd in
towni. You will say thsey are onse-half
the price you pay for them elsewhere.
Mack & Sehmid.
Full Dross Suits.
Made of fine dress worsted, csut ansi
trimmed iii the most approved style,
worth fully $90.00 for only $99.00. See
Mr. Rosengartens, at Cook house, Fri-
day, 11th inst. Ite will have a full
hine of oamples anid will he pleased to
submit the er tire line of the Goldens
Eagle, Detr-oit. Those contemplating
orderinig anything in the clothsing line,
will do well to see this line.
Announcement.
I am makinig great preparations for
Christmas, and will show the finest line
of goods, ever displayed. in this city.
My success in, the past. ye r, and es-
pecially this fall, has encouraged me
to enlarge; my. -stock.; Look out for
next week's advertisement
Respectfll LEE

eSH^ +H+I"( &8' Qo., etade 8gf.,
have received for toe opensng. of eollege 20,000 Books, new and second
hand of all kinds, Greek, Latin, French, Germasi, Law and Medical Books,
which they will aell at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Mathematical Instruments and Laboratory supplies. See our Note Books
for 189k-2.
Is the LEADING OSCHOOL of n BSIstF: S
your departments- Coiso seal, No cteto
r - ~ormanuscript wos k- gush. Shorthand and
Penmasiship. 1legst tbuilding, tage as
tnaceicetisrcoswokto-ough, livng expesseresmely lose,$2251t
10 50 per werek, students assisedso positions.
Fior catalogue, address P. R. CLFARYPesident.

I .

MICHIGAN GLNuT AL
JAS. M. STAFFORD, Th igr Ft ot,
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a fine fittllg5suo . 0' 4075 n 09.
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19 S. MAIN ST., ,No. if)9oy p SaEpps. ;tim Co. Ace.
Street. A.M. A A. M. AMalt M.eA.3M.
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GIAND FE1 TT.HOUSE O.W.MRUGGLES. H. W. BA YES,
GRATE PE A I G. P. & T. A. Chieago. Ag't Ann Arbor
One Solid Week, Commencing
Monday Eve., Dec. 7, 1891. Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan Railway.

Engagen etof the Favorite Actress,
I(Ei V~ra oftkujd
Asssted by
ALBERT TAVERNIER.
And a Capable Company is the Followicg
Repertioire:
XIONDA F-The Galley Shove.
TUESDAY-Lcretia Borgia.
WEDNESDAY-Lady Clare.
THURSDAY-Oliver Tweiaf.
.FRIDA F-The IHomiymoon.
SATURDAY-Damon and Pythiaes,
MATINEE-The Mutual Ps-find.
Prices, - is, 25 and 35 Cts.
Renarved Seats as Sale at tie P. 0. Sews
Stand. Plan open Friday morning.

Is eiet December 6, 1891.
Arrival of trains at Ansn Arbor only.
No. 1. Mail and Express...... 7"7 a. m.
No.13 Passgr. Ass Arbor Arcom. 510 m.
No. 5. Mail Passenger ......425 p. m.
No. 2. -Mail Passenger ..........108a. m.
No. 4. SMail Espress. ....8 40p. m.
No.06. Passenger, Toledo Accom.... 2510a. m.
Trais 3ansd 6 renbetweeni AssaAeborad
Toledo only.
Central Standard Time.
All Trains Daily except Sunday.
W. H. BENNETT, R1. S. GREENWOOD.
Gen Pass. Agent. Local Agent.
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