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October 30, 1890 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-30

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ITHE U. OF M. DAILY. 1
'Z C. of 1Wf. $hxitu.
Published Daily (Stnday exceped) during
the Coleoe y ear, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENIENT ASOCIATiON.
Subsriptin price 12,50 per year, invariably
in advance. Single epis 3ets. Ottstle at
Sheehan's and Pt Oice news stand every
evening at a oclock. Sbcriptin may le
left at throffic of the DtY, Opera Hse
bok, at Shreiatt, at Stttie's, srswith any
of the editors.
Comnmuncatins sld reach tbe siice by
15 A. AtL It titey are is apear the atte day.
Address alioatter inttsid for pblicatin to
the Managing Editor. Aul businesetotmun-
eaiana should be scattthie tusiness NMa-
wer.
Report alt neglet :sststhepari of Carrir ts
the City Circulator, W.S. ONeit.
THE U. of . DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Xih.
EDITORS.
H. B. SanOEMAER, .'. ttu.At*1. *EIT-.
W. E. GIFtrItN.'O.A...eM. - -.
A. H. COsVET. 'a2.a... M..AA ENea-0
M. S. HAMMO.'91. B- MA 1.
W. 1. OWNEtL. .g, A*-'. MAM.A-R
R. W. DOUGHiTY. 'a2, A..r.,. a.. . I.
HUDSONs StatLDO, '1S. . T'titxt., '.
H. 1). JoWELL. '1. H t.n Miet.,'.
E. 0., HtLLADtt.'2. . SttTttMAYt, '.
L. G. XHITttvotDi, '3l. 1iE. h. MASON, 93.
The 1. of X. DAILY in fulfilitg
itiissioninilltie colietge world
desires tei call the attettiotn of its
readers to the ethtutsiasmt dispay-
ed by the University Msietl
Society throngh its active agent,
the Choral Utior. This society,
a legally incorporated body, com-
posed of miembers of the Faculty
and sttudents, is endeavoritg to
place the U. of M. in the front
rank musically. To this end thle
Choral Union, which in the last
two years has developed from a
society of 40 menbers into a
grand chorus of 230 singers-has
entered te field for the second
tinme with an excellent corse of
concert, at a remarkably low
fignre. Thte attractions offered
are not otly of the first itporttnce
in or counttry, bit all the artists
and cotmbinatiotistre such is have
acquired ants tiaittaited itter-
natiotial reputtationts. The cele-
brated piatnist, Aliss Adele Ais
der O, otn ir first tritittpls
in Berlitn, atid her nate itt any
country in the worsd is " sufficint
to ensture a crowded house. The
IN. Y. Philharmnotic Club is the
finest orgatizatiotn of its kind itt
the cotunttry. Te Bostsi Sym-i
phony Orchestra is one of the
three great orhestras (f the
world.
The whlte corse represents an
outlay tof $4,01), atdinay justly
be regarded as the fitest ever
offered itt the state. This work is
all donie not for personal gaiti or
for any advantage which may oc
cur to aty individual, nitiher is
there aity desire to act agaitst
atny other organization ot'itterest,
btut the proper sport givento t
this eorse intsures the mlaittais-
atice of stcli a course for each
seasotn, the establishmtent of our
reputatioti as a musical ceter,
anid ini the netr futtre the build-
ing tup of a gratid department of
otissic and art. Moreover, each
and every tiatifestation of the
trots Utniversity spirit which
promtps every student to support
the etterprises which redound t
the credit and advancenent of the
Utiversity, nakes the ultimate
creationt of ethtiusiastm for the
Alita Mater tnearer of attainment.
SO the U. of M. DALY asks all its
readers to cordially stpport tie
Choral 1'niotn.
Presidlent Gates, of Rutgers col-
lege, resigned his position, Mot-
daty last.
BUSINESS LOCLS
[Ntices ltsrtetd in this coutn at tert'
ot 15 cets peettte, siagle insriot. secial
rates for sanger time atd extra liiesfurnshd
Vtyap ptyittg a this ofie or by eostltne -.
w, aghty. Assitant uiestan ttagr.
.yrdntuaL maetS odeloT
Examnite Staftrd's stock of Truer-
it fis, $5il0 and upw'ars.
Gos sto L. .Hal force'al.
Baths 10c at P. . Barber Shop.
Mell Gillespie, Teacher of Guitar,
Batje and Mandolin at Clement's.
Faticy Vestitigs at Staffod's.
Extrat 50c. Underwear. Wager &
Co.
Rhode has the et atd cleatest coal.
Yard, W. Ituron street, near railroad.
la. 1. Box Overcotats. Wtagner & Co.
A tiew line of good tovels for Sui-
day readitig at Guber's P. . News
Room.
Siitt.RTtA .'.-Any oe desiritg it-
strtuctios s h lotthanil il please all
t the olice of J. W. Mer, Practicutl
Stetntgraphter, 39 E. iltroti Street.
'rms reasotable. Call atd see ott.
We will show tnext wek te finiest
stock of Guitars ever seet ini this city.
Als'o sotte exceptiotally fitte Bajts.
OurfSc anisi lc stritigs warrautietl ettual
to anty inthie city st stypice. Wilsey's,
25 South Ftourthi street, Amut Arbsr.
F"abiti Jomnati is ata ile of the tdeds,
fsottnded first anid last tpoti the Ituds-
like sduptlicity of womiat. Mr. Walter
Laswretie,is Fsabist Roimati, the
avetiger, was strtitg. His spp~ort ws
untusually goot. There was nt a weak
figure iui the cast-Qutticy Daily
Journal.
.THtE CAa'tCtE."-Thte best part is
the eccentric character of ot Caseatx,
prvetntesd by M~r. Rtnkin with tmtochi
stileli humotr and ptos latidhgret
elaboratiotnuttd delicacy of style. The
sialect of Caeaux, the maner, te
gestture, and expression are all admir-
aile, and the ettire itnpersoitation
wasamitchi better thatiaiyting ex-
petet-Tlie New York Evetig Post,
L1 ily 21, ISIS.
'The New Ascot Scarfs at Wager's.
STUDENTS' BOOKS.
BUY FOUtR COLLEGE
TET BCOTS, LAW AND MEDICAL D0013
NOTE BOOKN, AT THOE
STUDENTS' BOOK STORE, STATE STREET.
Secotnd-hantd hooks at low prices. We are agensit of Pul E. Wirt, Scott atid
Holland foutain pens. Bargaino in satiotnery.
i
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