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February 02, 1892 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1892-02-02

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'Cc. of 'Mf. Tre
Publishetd aly (hSundays ecepted) uring
the Catee ea, by
THE U OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
sheipiass piet?..511pe earts, i tablhy
tnaslsses'.Sigle ra'siens. tOnsal t '.
ZC tIsutn"andPo tfiet t'S stand attt12
O'lonon uscreiptiostaytbekl efst at '
the office of the IAaILL, Opera Itusae sittck, at
a e ols t tofIt's, oreasthItsay at the
edtlotts.
('onrnnictios soul rectuhe fics tte by
We 'lsek . .sifthteyare t topeths'e n
ay. Adtdress talttatter ittetdedlfttpultea
tiontto a the Mtanaain Etittr. All tttinttea
coamntsttitatiotts shttuttd tesnett ttetIs tta-
THE U. of X. DAILY,
Ann Abr Teich.
EDITORS.
. ty. . us's, '2t, ittasgsss l. t
It. f,. l'stsetttAN,519Assist. statssEtr.
55',I. M us t ' , 5,Asst. 'ttsanag ig' tllstts.
J.'. T's sas, 'l?, lsinitesMn ag erssps.
1'. 1. J.> n s. ', 51,spsist ttsnis e n ttstast.
C', t NV, s'useu, A1,issit. i 4lss stssn I tt'['.
F5 ' ~ su~s 1.. E.ItCLAhst, EVEs,.11.
The.EitorBs doot., tl. ttss a. es
si~e'It I s ininslsss statmuso o's
le ersons o5til 55Saturdaysrnigit, nots
ontly emasrrassesl te messiers of
the sompts jany, lut postivly annoyssses
tise greattmaajorityr of thlsess lrsst.
It is not ju5st ihsuttiiseui11-mssansnseresi
persons sihsssisd Itmar till eveniisg's
pleasure iby ssscihass staal lesifor e-
Iibition. 'The I) aslvhasscalled at-
tentionto sathis species of rwdusyisml
ott seseral differet ocsasions, ibst it
1s evident that the offeasders are ot
amsotng its readers. We knsowr of
otnly otnetay of sspressing tis
ihildisht custotm. It lies atiste
general pusblic, andulthe sweigit of its
'ensure nay possbly cushsit 0ut.
INTER-COLLEGIATE.
A esw resisdence busilsisgistsie
erestesi at \Vassa.
A\ regsltargyms um115slass is
binsg sorgassizedI at Harvr.s
stnewathiletic' house sss to ihe
erestedsil 1theIPrinctetntiilld.
ThieiPrinctetn ctaltisgushosss a
replresenttationss of tirty-sis sttes.
It is stas is tstWoodicssci,irowsn's'
famssss p i tcher, 'iwil sotslaisth isi
'ise Ness \fork Wsrd is tso start a
scsliee averse 5column5 I iss'its Ssnssar
esitissn.
Thie \'aie fresistman ise hsatcal-
lunged the lrosut freshsmsens to tarn
games this year.
Prof. F-iske, of Cortel, has pre-
sentted to that college a collection of
t"oo rolutara of ltltsto-Romsanic
literatutre.

THE U. OF M. DAILY.
5J~ a2~s~ gofColleg~e FOR TEE SECONP SEMESTER
A nearbuildisng is to be erectesd at+GreLtn rncemandMhmtil
Brsawns, forth use sa of thse reigioas e + Baks, Neyasdst Sesondanfttlk
organizationss stfuse tUniuersity.Tet
sarsyias ruceisvsd Sa ,000 ly tse o k
ssill of the.'lte uossn '. lie Selissis. JC +Utsiveity Boksellr, - - State tetn,
uis. 11e11ry Villardsi spsirestesd
tsI (owardullI ssersity, iss lashi ,
tssssa.usisst osf herfater, Wilisais __Jn'
IElabosrate prepatrttionss are big
saasl 1t iiassfsorthese ruelbra- t ti
tionsssf tisesilsthassnivsersary' sfth y
csllege its1 4)," I,; ., YE lo r the t 1111155. st t al Iot , i : rF
Thie II arsarsi U. K. G. sensatiossassissi attudng ,1 r
hsas lesi tso tihe esablishmuent o a og,]dn a ssCu tl'<u O,
sass psrsw sek; students assiteS ts positins.
psermsanetessoldier lay boards la e is rseFatstlttiseasiteesa P.RI. tl kRttt, teIs
gesseral sssiersvisison of alt cilubs andsIAI
'Isostthoisussisidllsi h sIas ibees
suscsribsedsinillNea run~llssik fisrS 1SU"(I
tse propsedlanewiss ensldswssenl ts sssl J.OTOGRAPHsis', i1
for Rutgers fClege,sise snecessary NO 12 W HURON ST.11 T
asmtossst basnsg 5 too nn.i N. 11 Thesaderusc
Hons. iV.1r. Siosiss, '01, 1 iusted ts11'01111 &tSets tieottsitg te flltoa' inlFasis in l
Status Commussissionsersof Ptatents, aisslin'ssgstes n itselowandstsbluise buttnts.1
liverisig coutrsessoflcusrsses its C'tl- lattit, .50e./;tv\ ttg
stssbius I siersity, Wa'shinsgton, 'tsl sinsof Pi'c's
1TeChcao tale .\ssosciation, Gsol lt siu
frott. (alli Ior
onse ofluse largest alumsti srgttti- '
/-tationss in use c'ounttry, ariichs has °5'I. 11111ine fit
heretsofsore htelsd its asnsual ditner at ' ttif.
thse hsolisday seasosn, has sdecisdesd to19 8' MAIN ST., N.ts41)
hsoldI tso intformsal Imeetingsisuing Sentitpostpidtsonsttreceiptf price.
tile year, inthie sprisag atnd fall, atari IOEIIM & sSO)N, ANN AR~aR. MInH. !S. Maits Streti
to have itsuatnusal ditnter its l'ebrs- Detat'itit
'Tlue I'. of'Al.Di.s luutakets a 0. K. BARBER SHOP _
step in advsasnce of thte other college Bal Issssit sstentn nsean st@
dailies of thse coutry. Hiss Cer- shte Batheonntteeted wthstteahlTuInb. __________________________
tussle Buck and HisLucia peee J. . '.ROJANOWSKI, ( Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
tare been elected members of the 30 1E. Wshnttto'nt St., Atn Atsor. Itihigat.' Michigan Railway.
Boardt as relsresentataires of thse"co- -"- Tme Cat ard iln et teemtbrs , 1891
ess.'' We sesire to congratutlate TeVieSale Alumisni Weekly csn- Arrttalofrn at nn Ar.Xst .Slsn nay.
thse U. of 5.1)51.' ots its acsquisition,. dellssstue story its Outing etitledsl
---ss-so ts Diy leralsi. Harry's Career at V'tle,"''sayitg Nss1. I.Iail atdttlI EsOTass....... n,1 5
'Sir. l'lausre itlssstthisteisaness es5a wrosng ipressions of Es. IttssFg,.StttAelsas Asstctt .I lm 5,
tirlatude itnteioisha 'n No? a,. itl lssantgee . .......l"'shsin.
lowaesd aprize ut (Giutsss sinssossrof the ale tssdsergausate life a1 tie Itotnt ais.
presnt ime.Tr.S vIttts'l t isse .s.....I. a~
Iis late sife, swho aaas a ssitsue t 'tIa s st1Ise t's N . . ItalF ttesa .,.... ;p. m.
tite clIluge. It "IlS~ists iof tie iss -Stin Stad Itesns tstwsses tlis.A si
te~i O Sootob ve ah BUSINESS LOCALS. Tlso ssnsl.
teut11 >Pa tsiegisss eui ___Ctetrltsnstitss d'l'ittst'
'eri1 u iurust desaiu ia stss isn tisct l umnsa sat.athelurae AllITits'ss Dail s'nset Suna)ta fF0 1-, h .seila srtloc
ssbtsissesla irst slasss its ose 1of ute ttinstss', andssl estuaIst in t' s ess'sts's It spl isg s ' as.Age t. Local'ts I t.
lse tastyfsn. Pas?,
tens toillslvote ersef to a ilifesndatinota betetr styles w'iits befssuntsifts
townat. Ysssasasysistertre sste-hlst K
515e,55.e iselce yu a'is ~yils'thenttselsewhiere. V
The ciemisial lboratotries softile M tel l'Schltiist
Lasies Of thet. of M. awill fissi itI
1 rtiesity of Pensylsatia are use greatly tsotheir adsvanttage to callsi it s'-
largest iss thsewarld. 'Tie laibora- when itt teedl of (Cloaks, Dress Goads
tot sdb h eeiay etlor Fancy Dry (Gands. Mk k Seltnid. AA,
usrysse b is etrisry sestl Lales' Mstekittshtes ittbeautifsl flJ,
atss ttedical stsssenus lhas room for arities, just receed sotMak &
4.32 msets to aork at otne timue, while Slmds
tha ofthecolegedeprtmnt as $1.95-80silk ttmbrellas awortht$3.50
that~~ ~ sa iecleedlatsn uuto $4.50, arked $s.s5 att Mack& __________________
roons for absout t40, taking a total Sellrnid's. pTM pN
Of5q Ec lc sfte ihis Htanld cold bakhsstO cetts, ak Post J2D, 0t55"'t SNS
of52 ahpaei itdwlsisOffice aer Sop. State Street Grocers.
owvn sitnk, spigol, gas-jel anti racks Full litetew style collars, 4 ply, l5e Suetptoaeseihyoiiei
for sold reagenls. or 2 for 25. Mack & Schmitt. S 54 5. SpTroATeE STeET.lslii

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