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November 04, 1890 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-04

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
ofaPblihed tiily (Sndays excepted) during
the Collee 3oear, by
THE U. of M. INEPENIENT ASOCATION.
subecriptin pice r-0 per year, invariably
in adance. Single copies 3 cet. Ott sale at
Sherhan' ad Post tOfice aets statd eey
evening at iociock. sbsriptisanmay be
left at theOffie of the DAILY, Opera Hose
block, at shehcta's, at Stotiets, o twth any
of tte editors.
(wtttnttleattions soldat reach te oice by
105 A. t.it tey are t aptettrthe rtoe day.
Addrtess tillatter ittendtttt srtsttiitttltt to
the Mntaging tEdittr. All btsites omn-
ictitoasottlti btsent to te Btitnes)tt-
alter.
Report all seglet :n tte.pattro Carriers tt
the City Cirlator SOW.ONill.
THE U. f M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Dc..
EDITORS.
H. B. SaOEMAKER.'rMnGrEDT.
W. E. GRcFecN,'a.A'. Me. ccaaNcaEaItenw.
A. H. COERT'2. A.-,. M.a.na-Ente.
M. B. HaccONDact. aa rt.nr Maa~nr.
W. B. 'NEtLL. '9t. A.r. Ban . nrcsaw
R. W. DOnUHTY, '92. , ,.B..mac,,,
HUttSONeSttLo,tst, S. P . ii.ftttAt, '91.
19. O. HtOLA, '9t-). i. SttcttHAvtt.2.
ttxtz.ttSttee'. 1 "I. C. nA'[s,'t-2.
L. G. WtRttAt, 13. E.I. C.Stss, S.
Attentiint is talledto t the artiie
whichliwill11)13fostind i nher~t~~
coluttit, tit Newberry BIall. This
buildinig woill be sf tie greattest
value tos octial atid religituswork,
atid the stiident boty lid aoshole
ought to take a lively iterest in
it. Though the trustees have not
asked aniythiing of the students
this year, we feel stoie that any
funds sent to Prof. DYOoe will
be used in the place Where they
ran be of the greatest bonefit to
all.
We trust that our foot-ball play-
ers can be made to realize the
necessity of a little regular ipac-
tice before the Cornell game.
We have some good tmaterial
hero but tlatt miatrhdl is tot beiig
developed as it shiould be. The
trouble lies largely with the plai--
ers themselves. Their duty to
thiemiselves anit to the colege
shold~it bring tliemiiottt for idaily
practice eve, though the work be
irl~sotoie in the presentitunciertaini
weather'.
Yesterday afternioonI eeeac of
the men who are expected to play
agaitst Cornell failed to show tp
for practice. Such apathy is dis-
couragitng in the extreme and ato.
gurs little foixdecent playing ini al
imoportant game.
There is a runmor that Messrs.
Malley and Trainer have been di-
rected to accompany the D. A. C.
foot-ball team to Pittsburg next
Saturday. The college thanmks
the D. A. C. for the honot' csst-
ferresd, but the possibility f ac-
eeptne is very absurd. It is
pre'losterouis toth tiink of a caltain
tesertinig his teamtiton the eve (of
brelukigtp the propsoed Inidiania
praittic'e trip, just for the personili
plalsure tf a free ride to Pitts-
burg.
Cornells defeats ito the East
seemt to sltw that her eleven is
tiot quiite inviticibe, atd that by
hard work mieanwhile, we may
hope to play at fairly good
gatmei against her. Consequently
the necessity of putting in all the
tne reonaininog ini the hardest
kinid of faithful practice.
The Hlarvard Glee Club has
been invited to give a concert ino
Springieltd the oght before the
Ylle-Hlrvard foit-ball gatie.
The Yal'fost-ball eat's sut
will be ats follosws: whlte sweater
with a I on1 the breast, blue jer-
sey, imole-skinu ktikrtokers, cii-
vas jacket, Isio belt, stokings
anati pCli.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
[Ntice ittscrted it this cltm at tierte
thIleettipt-c lite, iglintortt. Seial
rates Cor longer titno td extra lines futrnised
ity aptpling at tislaotic or by ctttsaliia' R.
. itrtttoy, Asstntttisness Sanar. I
FORia. IoN.-Suite of rooetlgnttly
furnishetdatitd oly a tlok froiicuam-
otus. 41 South 'Thyer Street.
Slabber Dink! Whew!!
TIry the Toledo Steaini Latotndry.
Goi to E. B. tall for coal.
lonpect thin finest line of Overcat
ino Anin Arbor. Wager & Co.
Filth RET.-Suite of rooms nicely
furnished and conveniently situated
itnly a block from the campus., 40 S.
Thuayer St. Cueap.
Bathstl0c at P. O. Barber Shop.
MltGillespie, Teacher of Gtitar,
Banjo atnd Manidlino at flemert's.
Utitlrsear-Wagtur -, t.
tanicy Ystitigs lt Stafftordt's.
At The Twos Sams, white vests, just
openied.
Rthodle 'has thetbest anth.ctatest ca.
Yard, W.- Iltrei stret, near railroa.
A inew lute tf geotvels for Stu-
lay reating at Grbtelrs 1'. . News
Rtoori.
Stitoi-iuraxn.-Anyone de'tlsiing i-
struictioi i.Sorthaitdlaill tlease call
at the elice osf J. W. Miner, Practial
Stetiographellr,IM) E. IHutiottiStreet.
Teriis reastoble. Call andi seaomi.
1000ii different styles ito Nobby
Trotiseriouget Stafford's.
We will show next week thefiest
steck of Guitars ver seen in this city.
AlsostomtCeeehptiotnally ite Banjos.
zour Sc and 1c strinigs warratedl eual
to aniy in the city ait ayj p-ic. Wilsey's,
25 South Fourth street, Ain Arbtr.
At The Twamlns-Genotlemeno wanmt-
itog Fill Dlress Stit cati save $20ano
$30 by buying at The Two Samis.
Los.-A Sigma Phi fraternity pi,
set in sapphires ad one diamond,
marked Edward D.Wickes. $ reward.
STUDENTS' BOOKS_
BUCY YOUtR COLLEGEO
TEXT BOOS, LAW ANDE MEDICAL BOOKS
NOTE BOOK~S, AT THtE
'STUDENTS' BOO0K STORE, STATE STREET.
Secoiit-ltatit books at loy prices. We are agents of tPaul E. Wirt, Scott atid
Houllandt fountain petis. Bargains inu stationery.
JJ±r= = 2~
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MICHIGAN CGtiR
The Niagara Falls Roate."
.L- CENTRAL STANDOARD IME. a
AND THE ~~
RER1 E1ISiuii CiuivV ___R _ ____
a I - f a s -
A T H E BEST.*-- __ _I<___
Seveteet tetcihers, Botarti with b'acaished1 n a a
ttatt 225pe teeth. Circuatrs uisataattiti- I - -: c -) a ; vic
cation. __ 00
P. R. CLEARY, President. U 0 " 3
BURLEIGH & JOLLY, - a
Di-:thilisNE Y
BAKBOOKS.a 0 : 0~
ATHLETIC0GODS AND STIJEENTS' PPP hLS. a _C___j"*
Btest lute tsf FOUN TAIN IESintthe E
City'. Ice Creaimi, Sttta VWuter,
Comfeetioois,Ctlt Liumichues,v -
Cigars amid Tobacco.
OYSTERS, FRY, STEW (Ot PLAIN.'
Colt and see us at I05
26 S0tTX5 S 'AT.B2 -ST" OI0~t
DL. DOOWD'S HEALTH EXERCISER,.ad I a 5c
F'mr Bran-Woratts t Sedetnary Pemple: 0x40
?r Atltet or Itvttid. A ctmtpletea. '5aotSuday eacepted.
: I~ clar florrom, e~, sietifc0U.W. atOLES, H. W. HA YES.
idaab oa. a esic, 'hea. .FP &T.A. Chicago. Ag't AtttaArbor-
Inosdb oowphtattatansate
ycca, ciegymneditoes.& others,
now si t_.a g Send tiehd ido.
Ttrateo1 Cak. largo ng's; oa re. r ot.ealD
L. DowdnSietn aatiic -Physialtond 1 Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
oenl Cultue, q Eaato14th at.,Neot.York. Miohigan Railway.
2,j 21_ 7 7 J 1Timae Tablinggintoneffect,Monday, Not. 25.
Go(inagNrth. SnATIONnS. eoing Santh.
FRENCHIt CElCRAM. FOREST FRIENtCHB16. 4.'2.h 1. 3.
COOKING. LOWEST PRIiCES Fon l Maa. Cl'c Cad.ltcndntd Tine Cl'e Ca.t(a
0BEST MATERIAL. hap. Sait. Sal hap. Mail Eig.
71 Fart St.,West. - Dntroit, Mich.ZZ U £ e -
.....335 011-...TOLEttia -..1 0 it IS01 ...0-
CITY LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. .:4 52 G 41 Sao eac'e 02 25 11 t 31.
C. L.. voSr, 'noPKeTOtt.4It0 -O ti -lhO l.
Ft - Y~laS Mc "" o. 013and 1t Wathlngion St., ' ~ hauSc. . a 31 7 0i.-.Milan....I11 57101 Oz
Ftiret-classlRigs ad StylishkSaddle,0Horses ..4.5t7 271...Pittsfield-..i1 37 940 .
Ftor Hire. ____ 5307 itt' ANN ARBhORIi1 S9)11-
... 511508lh t s.H amurg.. t}10 5.518 -
r 6 l2, 1 81 515 a .052 ... --wl ..t02P8il
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10tj.t 505 ..'eakttet. ..6552
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1, Paca dana. Fatnss
.ant ... L . [.] tAr.e. ?at. . 2
05 ...74. 7 n eoe.i~i t
GILM ORE'S BAND. 6Q7 -..7 .i aniAgbo.8.15..
7 .;EntttsDuraad... . A
PRICES -- S0c., 75C. AND $1.00 - 21-
SH. W5. ASHLEY. A. F. AISLEY,
Setits an Sale Monday, 00 a. in., nt P. 0. }I 5taerintrndeot. Cen. Fains. Agent:
Newt Room. GEO. B. IHAZLEWOODO. Loeal AgeaC.

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