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November 08, 1890 - Image 2

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'TIU J. COF M. DAILY.
'SG. of 1Wf. Tarty.
Published Lacliy(udays excepted) during
the College3 ear, bye
THE U OF M. INDEPENDENT ASOCIATION.
Subscription price F150 per yer, invritbly
in advance. Single cpe a cents. Onoalct
Shehans and Poet Offico new standecery
rveniag at 6 o'cock. Sbcrititnemay be
left cC the ofie oifte DAILY OpernHottec
blur, at Sitcchu'o cC stfettee, orsit cnp
of the eitor.
Cmaattnicatis sotld rechitheticeic by
10 A. 5. It teyarc to apper thenter dy.
Addressalsitmatttr ittteded forpubictiotn to
theManaging Editor. All buines cottun-
ictietts should b ticonthe Buies Mut-
agr.
Report anleict o ttitbeat of Crrirrsto
the fiy Circuatr, . I. ONeid.
THE U. of M. DAILY,
Ann Arbr, Mich.
EDITORS.
H. S. SEAK~aER, .-.. -aae-10a
W. E. GRItFIN, a.A- ...o1eE"R
A. H. COVEuR'9, a.a.-. M."'.. eETO..
M. S. HMaMuse. ttt. But.....0
R. W. DOn eaec.'ax As- D. M.R
tlt-cOctSHSOetOc, I. I Ir. B. TiaASt, '1.
H. D. JEWEttL,'1. I. I. lTEt.. '01.
. 0. Ht.tLLAoii'hW. LI. SOUTHMt~Ac, 1Q.
RAte'NST siOYc1. l t. J. .'at-ti, 1. e
1, (G. WITrEcret, 113. E. t. MAOtN,'9. i
Tliere is such a thin g as fiini
there liteC also tigs on llalloween
passing untder Oslthe ina e of ful,
which ise really crimesC. We
class amntg the latter the cuttig
anid tearing of the nets til the
associatioti coulrt. These nets,
whichi were purchased less than a
mouth ago, were so ctt and tri
that they will have to be replacedi
by new ones next spring. We
trust that suchl crimes are tot
looked upoti with the least tolera-
tion by any netnber of the Uni-
versity, and the sooter those per-
sons, who don such acts, are
brought to justice, the better it
will be for all, both the criminals
and the sufferers. Pbli opinion
alonle can remedy the evil, ansI to
it we tmust look for the suppres-
sion of scli acts of vandalisml.
Comrmunication.
To Tho1L. of Mt. liAtt.'
There is conlsiderable tdobt as to
who is presidenltsf '1. t was geteral-
ly understoodi thatt J. A. Jinesen has
that honor, bitt lately it hos been ru-
mored thiat the exaltesd positioi was
too nmuchi for himl, and that le resigned
as soon as le heard of his electiot.
Rumor further says that the sdignity
has bent passed around and has rested
uon the shoulders of several of the
best knowai 5011 of '1, without findig
a pernmanent abiding place. It is cer-
tainly a matter of saome importance, as
the Junior president has the right of
calling the class election. The writer
would like to find out who the presi-
dent is. SEIOsR.
In reply to our correspondent,
we would say that we have not
been able to find anyone who is'
presidett, or at least who will swt
that lie is. In regard to Seior
election, we will nake the follow-
ing suggestion: The Independents
have n executive committee; let
the Friatteinities appoint a1 similallr
commliittee atid let the clai-mnt of
the two commliittees agree poii a
titte that will be satisfactory to
the whole class, ansI issue a call
for an election. This, we tiink,
will encourage tle spirit of con-
cord ill the class.
1Rev. Al. Snderland will
preach to-morrow morning upon1
'Christian Uniot," ads in the
evening c11)011,The Doctrine of
AtonIellelt."
There will be ati illluese dmi-
ocratic jollificationi lmeeting tis
eveninig. There will be ti torch-
lighat procession, 111d1ai tddress
by Gov.-Elect Winitats at the opea
house.
Stanl~ley lhs tarrivedl ill New
York.
The results of yestersays tel-
iis tourniatienttarie: Cosd bett
Stoie, 6 tos 4, ( to 4, and Page
beat Browt, 5 to 1 atd 6 to 4.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
[NoticieIterttd itthisocolimat t eirtec
it lUe"tilperr lite, igiiitsertion. Se--ia
rtro for loger titeranttlcints fu~rnihe
biy appit t is iucer srby cosuitiniceH.
w. Deougity. Assitsttusis atrsSlttgr.i
Grtiters cotcolates adthbit-bosti
are the finest that fll bcImate, pure
flavorso 10iiutlteratioi. Try them.
P. . News Rea.
For ftttil we will cut prices til Ban-
Jos, Guitars, Mandolins, Cases and
Strinugs for the saie, lower than at
atiy mutsic house in Michigan. This
nmeans all the words imply. A. Wilsey,
25 S. 4th Avenue, City.
Fots RENT. Suite O o omsll5elegattly
ftiirtisiedlandthotly a block fromi cam-
Ins. 44 South Tayer Street.
TCry the Toledo Steatm Laustdry.
Got to E. 13. Hall for coal.
Inispet the fhust lino sf Overcoats
inl Anin Arbor. Wagner & Co.
Stewart Banjos at Wilsey's.
FORts BENr. -Suite of rooms nicely
fturnisbedh atidlcovenietly sittated
otly a bliosck froni the camplus. 41 S.
Thiayer St. Cheap.
Baths 10c at P. 0. Barber Shop.
Mell Gillespie, Teacher of Guitar,
Banjo ad Madolin at Clement's.
Bay State atd other Guitars, Bajos
ansI Manedolits at Wilse's.
Underwear-Wagner & Co.
Farlcy Vestitigs at Stafods.
Best Strings at Wilsey's.
1,0001 different styles in Nobby
Trouseritigs at Stafford's.
Los-A Sigma I fraternity pin,
set in sapphires and one diamond
marked Edward D.Wickes. $45 reward
Tots SALE-A 5-inch Expert Cl-
u~mta, full niked, ball hbearings all
arounid, in Al condition. Cheap. At
8 South University Ave., between 5
and 6p.,im.
STUDENTS' BOOKS_
neY TOURS COLLEGE
TEXT BoorFs, LAW 71AND MEDICAL BOKS
TNOTE 11001S, AT THtE
STCDENTS' BOOK STORE, STATE STREET.
Secoid-hiandl books at low prices. We are agetits of Paid E. Wirt, Scott ttid
Rolland founltain pens. Bargains ill stationery.
TiT SWE
MIGCHIGAN GENT At
"The Nixaaa Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
AND I)LHEAAeO 1
__ SN"SS.SS~ e -a c : '" c 55
~THE BEST_*-
Si-ete ches. Hoarid with Furni0shedI0
P. R. CLEARY, President. toaw H
BURLEIGKl & JOLLY,-
STP\TIDNERY O' ~ e 01i
BLANK BOOKS. a
MTTDKOHDAND STUDENTS' SUPPLIES. ___
Best Mile of FOUNT1AIN PENS hi the j _
city. IteeCream, Sodla Watei, - n -- C
ConfectisoosColul Etin-hies, ___
Cigoirs lild sTbaccos. I -- -
OYSTERS, FRY, STEW ORIL, PLIN. e-
Call and see uscatI -- I
26 SOTh ITST'ATE ,ST r- I a o .-C,
D. L. DOWDa HEALTH EXERCISER. atC A %qas
ForlBrain-Wrt er s cl ednary People: I g i40
GetlemeinLaies,Yiiuths h
Athilete or levalid. A coiiiiece ODily e SutidlO.excpted.
reiiitsoom ewc, scienifict,
Sdurclec opreen-siveceaep.0 . BC RUGGLES, tcH. RAVES.
Indorsed liy ic-coo diesliseian 0 FG.P.& T.A. Ctihiccco. AgtAataarbior-
yers,,clergy-imeiieditors.&- others nwuigi.Sn a l' ic-1s'xl a 0egs ocag. Po.D
L.. Dood, Sietitec Physical and' Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Vocti iihiceo~nt ,uhisi. Ne Yiek.Michigan Railway.
.c- r21- ' QJ= T' ime Table goiag tatoeffecot, Sunday, Nut. 25-
QA 96eIo. I Goiag Noith. SATSea.Gong South.
FREN~CH ICE CREAM. FINEST FRENCH1 6.4~ . *
COOKING. LOWEST PIaCES FOR Man. CCd.tadard Time. CI Ccadi. Sc"
BEST MATERIAL. Ec. C ea.tiE. ciE-
7I Fort St., West. - Detroht. Mhch.;- --- --- -- _..---'
CITY LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. 11033U6 00-....TOLEO..i-..1 10 1510-..
C.. o. T R'soe.... 4 i2e6O4'oue uete' 22at 3( e~.
jlots. 13 and 16 WashingtnSt. - Ypsilant itch. "-.""" 10 56ely-I...unde -...12 i1610 2p..
irst-c-baslRgsancd Stylisb Scddie Horses ..... ii3 701......Milan .... h11 5 0 to2t..
for Hire'. 4a5.o 7127 .Pittsaield- 1537 9I4)t..-
.507 1 40i..ANN ARBIOR itSr, 9 2 .-
525 7 0 -I5.... elcad'...htI119510-
5.39 8OC6Whitmurn Lak 11 O 80-5..
5 0 5 c .....- Hombrg.-..10 5Is8 -
116 u 5O.OoruDac.d. 95 -to3s
-O8s0451 s7....Care.- 5..1-5 3ue.813
N O92 W tU21T. O il ol, d l.. t .C e adb c ... 640 utGhO 6 0
i4tics-5 05-...Copemsaih st8554 20
1 O51.. . 700 . Mansisste - t710 2 15
Z, . - l1.501.... 6 05.. 5 e zo nia....... 7 19 3 0
Saginaw Division.
ONE NIGHT ONLY OigEat tmsa. Ghgacb
Taaesday,WoveasbernSi'gas an . Pass, Pte 'pso
jjo JB T11 0~57-..1740 .AA Arba r...A 1 .......25.u 9M.
Mtagaificent Seenery,"'Amazon Marches, etc. c '16....it s05..East sagftaw.. s8a 10 560
Prices, 76,n 60, and 36c. . w$ ASHLEY, A. 11. PAsnzy.
seats osaale st tbe[P. 0. eSe sRoom. GEO. H. AZLt 0015. 1A PAen.s g

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