THE U. OF M. DAILY.
r ( o ' dating the yeas aftdfgradation.
+l " 4 ' One of the books~bihdfs ilk Ann
Arbor was kept busy during a. whole
PulsedDiy Snay xepe)duringI week last summer, binding files of V HAN' ' 5.Cft ffknS IB,
the Collegse 3ear, by
THE U. OF M, INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATIONI the DAILY for students. hsave received for toe opening of college 20,000 Books, new and second
_____ We would like to call attention to hand of all kinds, Greek, Latin, French, German, Law and Medical Books,
Subscription price $2.50 per year. invariably I the fact that competition is still Machthemaicl seltretsyanducLaborryspis. SeorNt ok
in advane SCingrle espies 3 cents. On tale at whichtheyawill sel trenatlndcedbriceyspis. SeorNt ok
Sneenan 5ssd Pustt oiet newes stand at 12 outen for two positions on the DAILY for 1891-2.
o'clock, noon. Subscriptions may be left at board, Freshman lit editor and junior
the oiier ot the DAILY, Opera House block, at lweio. Atcerprsad~
Sheehan's, st Stoffit's, or with any othe lw dio. rtces rprt ad :.<. r a ".sggpj
editors. particullarly campus notes are re- ___ ,kLsp7/ 'iV TO ,. t
Cosa muicatis s should reach the ottece by ve4ndteed-7
7o'clock P. ,m. it they are to appear the neat cito!eece c- --P LV .1
day. Address all matter intended for pablica- cording to the work lone. Fresh-
tion to the Managing Editor. All buies
communications should be sent to the Ilasi- mien are urged to sign their names l-
ness Manager. to notes and drop them in any of the IsotheLEADtNG SCHOOL ot BULSINESS.
THE U. of M. DAILY, DAILY boxes. Fous departments-Commsercial, No text-book
Ann Arbor, Hich. -a--.-i"------_ or manusesittwosk- &nglishl Shorthand and
Thfaiue=fte etigoftePenmanose pElegant buildinglure at-
Thalreohmeigofte _tendasceefiest ntrutos, worh thor-
CDITORS. Ohio ole Press A~ssociation at- ough, 1ivig expenses extremely lose 2.52 to t
Colee 500 per week; studentsuassisted to positions.
RALPH STeNE, '02, Managing bEditor.FocaaoudresPR.CEYrsint
S. Wt. CURtTIOO. '92, Assist. Managing Editor. Co lunmhus last Jue is a disgrace to Pectlge drs oCER i ds
G. L. CoArstAN, '02, AssistL Managing Editor, college journalism in Ohio, and rc- M EIA E T A
J. C. TAV IC, '92, Business Manager. fleets no geata n tOfCit n __________________________
Wt. P. Pnsues, '93, As~ist.Bssinsess Manoee. fratan"The Ma~ Rgura Fulls Route."
C. W. RtKTTanS, '54, AssistL Business Mangr. the management. If wec cannot hsave JAS.M ST FFOI1D I-
B. D. jEL. P.OG. I W.H.OCLLt55ACO,'02 an association worthy of the name,ij TIME TABLE (REVISED) JUNE. 28, 18911.
P. [1. GREEs, .02. FP. 0. ROttEso,.2
P. E. tANETE, '93.L J. R . ARNEtILL, '93L let those who are enough in earnest J. M.STAFFORD I CENTEAL STANDARD TIME.
G. B. Dygert. '93. j I'.. F. tW LLER, '(4. 1
____ to send mens to the next meeting of FIUT E heLeaer EASTWARD.
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Before this issue of the DAILY lion send its their applications to the itn Fsh~ion2sill Hap Las Fa bax. Esp Ace.
reaches its readers, the Athletic As- chirnan i he xectie cmmi- erch'iant Tail- Ithicago,LIv.l '01 50' 12 131r091It o 4 55
scabnou ae adin ,tee, A. iU. Priest, of the De Pausv J Cela esn5. 011...'25 R 45InO 847 4dU 015 0010
mt alBenra, Green Castle, Indiana.- Irg exChe..ea... 44!7t5'25sat5
prb bltDei ls - 430 ...25 55
prbblt, lercs)d officers and di- . 'lneofpiece D732..40 ~ 0~0 01tSlt
rectors to fill the vacancies on the Keyon Collegian. ...un 5 '3 50.0 9 5o61.23 s80.10 32
God oselect WY. 471 S3,51050
hoard. We hsotpe the members of BUSINESS LOCALS.P..YN .%.A;I
thec Association) have msade a sise
choice. Thie very first thing that the
board should do is to take steps to
secure a foot-ball "ca', and we
would suggest thsat "Mlike" Mur-
phy, the D. A. C. trainer, be re-
tained temporarily to get else candi-
dates for the 'Varsity eleven down
to serious work, and to assist the
captain as much as possible. The
season is already far advanced, and
too much stress cannot be laid upon
the necessity of immediate and vig-
WE print to-day a list of thse names
and city addresses of all the studentsI
in the entering class in the literaryI
department. This issue is sent free
to every one of the 414 Freshmen.
If any have been missed they can
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would like to impress upon the
Freshmen the advisability of sub-
scribing for the DAILY. The upper
classmen compose the largest pro-
portion of out subscription list, and
the Freeshmen have not subscribed as
liberally as they should. The DAILY
needs the support of every student
in the University. We hope our
appeal will be responidedl to by a
erylarge majority of the Freshmen.
The DAILY, When bound, forms a
very complete and convenient record
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"The Gathlering of tile Clans," one
the favorites withl Gormunus' Minstrels,
is the most initricate marching act ever
Student wanted as agent for our
house; junior preferred. Address L.
Dreka, Stationary Engraving House,
I121 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
VATTE.-Single room, moderate
size, including bath, within five blocks
of the University. Address. stating
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Students' clocks-every one war-
ranted. Watts' Jewelry Store, 10 S.
A look through out line will convince
you that we are the hlouse to purchase
your Clothing, Furnishing Goods and
tats of. Call and see them. The
Ask last year's studensts where they
trade. All will say, at thle Two Sams.
We have the novelties for you. The
All the large cities endorse the en-
tertainment presented by Germans'
Minstrels. John, James and George
Gormanl are recognized the world over
as the greatest minstrel producers.
We call students' attention to the
liberal offer of Mr. Stoffiet, at the
Opera House News Depot. All sub-
scribers and customers of his have the
free use of other papers, of which he
handles a great variety.
Hot Slid cold baths 10 cents, at Post
Office Barber Shop.
Mr. Marshall Please, who has been
eonsdiing a large and deedadly sc-
cessful class. in voice culture sinc o
April 1st, Will continue his Work
thi- ghtheemff gyear. A satara
a d orctmto o rdlei and
hg te Vice S'tidi Wih CII
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