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November 24, 1890 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-24

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THE U. OFIM. DAILY.
-~N( with such short notice. Not only
'ZC f " ' were the literary societies forced
Published Daily (Sundays excepted~) durigtop pospone their meetings,
the College year, by without notice, but many whto had
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT AsSOCIATION, secured tickets for one of two
____other excellent entertaitnments the
:Aftor the T/a ksyiig recss the BD..+x',
trill tooielihe reotaindr j the ycror 'Sallie evellittg were forced to give
$2. $tilmwitnow. tip atteninitg the lecture or else
M~rs. Livermore's lecture or Joe
As tmost of the D)M1 board -Murphy its the case ttight be.
witll leaTe towtn to-mtorrow,. this Contsiderin g that Villiers ar-
will be last isstte of the paper be- rived int Toledo at 4 p. mt., atnd
fore the Thanksgiving recess. that the distance to Aitt Arbor
Publicatiotn will he restttted Toes- ftrott that city is less tatn 51
day, Dec. . to iles, lie should hsave beetn comn-
The rowdyistm displayed itt pelted by our hoard to cotte ott a
Saturdaty's ieeting of thteFreshmient special or postpomi the etigage-
was a disgrace to that class. Be- tttettt to a timte atuitable to the
Catise the smatter factiotisaw their
c'hances of electittg the tpresidett
were bitt slight, they resorted to
nmethods of obstruction to0t in ac-
cordance withi parliamentary
mnetltodts, bitt by creattitng a ilis-
tuirbattce prevetted at ballot beitng
takett, anthle class tisto whole
front selecting the miait of their
choice. Their atctiont was freslititt
the extrette settse o~f thte word.
It is tnot at tiltotio sootn to 1)l1n
for lte fooit-bttll setasotn of ttext
year. Altttottgt our elevetn this
fall has ttade to better record than
atty of recetit yeats, still fic re-
cord is ttot at alt satisfatctory, for
with the tmaterial we hiare to pick
from the U. of Al. omiglit easily to
tarn out the best eleven of the
West. The thtitng [most lacking
hsere is a knowledge of the finer
points of the gtate. We are so
far from the athletic cetttres that
tmethuods of tiaiing, and strategic
styles of pilay do noit reach its tt-
til aibotut two years too late.
Were the lan fo asible we shotuld
advocate seitdintg thte etttire elevemi
east to) sttidy the play itt Thttrs-
(lays Y ale-Y rimteeton gatne. Til
of coarse camnnot be doiie, bitt we
think it ittper'ativ-e that the Dirce-
tors should seitd the matnt chosen
as captaiti for ttext year. . 4ifty
dollars will covet' all necessary
expenses atnd the mntey could not
be invested so as to yield better
returns. Imtmediate action is
necessary, for the eleven muost
first elect the captain before the
director's can take fintt~l action.
There is much blame being at-
tached to the management of the
Lecture Association for holding
te lecture on Saturday tnight,
lecture board ittstead of trespass-I
itng ott the privileges of other or-
gattizations and iucotuvemiettcing
hunitdreds of students and citizens
whio wished to atted elsewhere.
BUST NESLOCALS.
[Nters utserted in thins ootn aitt trite
Ofti0 ctnte l)Bist, inri ntaion. Stecia
rteor toug'r tu imeadextrattinetiuish'd
itt 1111d, leg at. thOt ea tor y cnsultintrItO.
11', Ooitgbty. Asitnt fusttuetrntitutttr.]
Buiy ctuenttd woodt of Judont, State-
O rest.
I tiave two ntew, afety $-15 Biryctes;
wsilt sell fur s()5, to cleaor thett out.
GO. (,'lirE.
Y. M. C. A. Bldg, Detroit.
At The Too Santo, atnyflat in the
huseo for fur$1.5--costittg 12.50,
$3.00, 3.501 ati$ 4,00. for twit stays ottly,
comnitcuing Tuesday moriing.
Retad Th-T" wo Samtts taid--Aty lat
for $1.85.w
Go to E. It. Halt for coat.
tGruber's chocotates attdtbumi-bomns
are tie finest that cati bo mttade, pure
flavors, ito adulteratiomn. Try thetm.
P. (O. News Roonm.
Nobly Black Cheviot suitings $25.001
and upwards atr-Stalfitrd's.
Bltack Utndressed Kut Gloves-just
received. Wagtter & Co.
For fitm! we wilt cutt prices ott Batn-
jos, Guitars, Matndolints,(Caies "atti
Strings for thte samue, lower thtant at
atny nmusic htouse in Micltigan. Thils
tteatts alt the words imply. A. Wilsey,
25 S. 4th Avettue, City.
Novelties itt Top Coatitigs at Staf-
ford's.
Stewart Batijos tt Witsey's. -
Bthls i0c at P. 0. Barber Shtopt.
Spilettiid valute in Warns.lUnderw'ear
aondillof]lose. Wagnser & Co.
Melt Gillesltie, Teachter of Guittar,
Banjo and Manidolin at Clements.
Btay State anti other Guitars, Banjos
atnd Mtaudolints at Wilsey's.
Btest Strimtgs at Wilsey's.
Fou RENT-Suilte of roomes ticely
furnished, bath hot atid cold water,
furmiace, etc. No. 48 E. Liberty-st.
WANTED--Fifteen Young Men and
Ladies to canuvass. Good pay. Apply
at P. 0. News Rouom at once.
WANTED.- Immediately! A first
class agent to cantvass Ann Arbor for
Stanley's Own Book. Liberal com-
mission. Apply to C. E. Decker, ii E.
Jmiversity Ave.
T., A.A. &N. M. R.R., on accoiut
of Thanksgiving Vacation, will sell
tickets Nov. 25 limited to retunrm up to
and including b8c. 1, at one and one-
third fare for the round trip.
STUDENTS' BOOKS_
BUY TOUR COLLEGE
TEXT BOOTS, L.~w ANDMEDICAL EOO0
NOTE BOOS, AT TttE-
STUDENTS' BOOK STORE, STATE STREET
Seromud-tiamnd hooks at low prices. We are agetts of Pul E. Wirt, Scott Oa
Holland fountain pens. Blargaimns intatttiomery.
C-1: .A.PEST- CENTRAL STANDARD TMM.
AND THE -- --__________
1III flhQ" SS 91fta a.I ;
XPSLATT, S~SCHI, oiai55^'en .0sn
EHE B ST gp~ t. o88 a¢
eTHE BEST- '
Seventeenutetahers. oard with Furnished w a a I a
Room$2.513mor week. Cirulr upn appl- 0 a2
cto.(ccP. R. CLEARY, President. ___
BURLEIGH & JOLLY, I __ ~ ioN
STA'TIONERY ;zmiaca z .c.p
BLANK BOOKS.
ATHLETIC GODSIAND STUCENTS' SUPPLIED. PI, r' 80,
Blest lime of FOIJNT1AIN PENS inth le('
city. Ice Cretam, Sida Watemr,
Cumfectios,('ol(itloules, o °cg
Cigars .tumd Tobtacco. __________
O~YSTERIS, FEY, STEW Ot PLAIN.
Calt and see us at A c; oS
26 SOUT'IHR WAr.'IBSW.2-, jt I$: p
D. . IDOWD'S HEALTH EXERCISER. O~0 jd
Fir Brsn-Woreeem4; tedetay Peple ct >rs, e
ite,e-eoLs-, Yotsthei O'~0
s Athlete r itosaittol. A copete _
Sgymnaiiuo. 'Tkes u t o in,0. }Daly. -Sudy exceptd
iioassfloisr tom' ,s cientifs c
sb e e poslesie.scheap. -
tIosedrotby oo,oopyiaso,tosor. oWi. aUGGoLES, I. i. 1A
prs, ectge,e dtoss others . P. & T. A. Chicago. AgO Asn
noow git.OSed for ill'deisea-
2'udot' arA-tue sog's; no charge. t'eoi).t ___D._______
. Dowsd, So) tifle t'hvsieal and,
Voeit Cutur,) Lo kthi t, NewvYork. { Toledo, Ann Arbor and NOrt
M AjT T O R Y"Michigan Railway. y.
77;- {{?Time Thle gog itao efect, Snday, r e.
FREmNCH ICE CREAM. FINEST FRENCH G ong Nrth~. fOTTuObon. ongsni
COOKING. LOWEST PI'HCES FORO I ______________
BEST '!'MATERIAL 1. a 2 '3.
TI Fort. St.. West. - Detroit, Mich.! iaC~: Cud. Stadard Yua. COe Ci i$55
CITY LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,1'...... a LEDo ae~. "'
C. in. TOTr, liiost. iasO . Oa O b i o
Nem. 13 an t and ln it . -Ypsllnttres ~ 4 02 6 40 MonreunJoetam123l b is-ls isisadSyihSdleHre t 0A0A ... ,A.~ iI it I' S ,
for tau Risired. y4oh di o6 4.do ,t.O..Dudes.....121610h.°i r '1.
to Hr. ___________ 4~ 321 70 ...iu ..m... tts1571
4 54 it. Ptt .. it 87 9
3 0i 7 4t..A NARBORit'159-
.. t25 I~eand'.... 1it12 9 t0
3 10,uWihitmore Lae ii 40
r a ~~ I50 815.i..Hamurug.o.. 55
i .,O6328 50.H o tll...... 1 i",,.
IO......IIRR .3+ 94o.... Danud.s 4 726
NO. 12 W. HUtRON ST.'l :.ita 711 o .,t. Ioss5.... a 0y
7f101 125...RrtPeatan..., ti4 4te 51
760.- i , . ..Frel....,.o
110 2 120 .. 336 ...Cadiiiao .. ...
ONE NIGHT ONLY m ..00'..qdni~e
Monday Evening, November 24.sssssssss a35 ..Frannhfrt.-
PORE POning S Lagnaw DivIio4n.
IIAPWIE ALJSTEI Gig-ot__ arr. on
-IN- 83$ 6 ee P 51
GUILTY WITHOUT CRIME P.r A ,L.J A,M:- o
A Souvenir Phtotograph of Miss As . . .4.."°Ait hn.. a 26" i0
ten will be given to earls lady and stn- p4 : satPsk.81 s-
dent attending the performance. 44.I ""- i + .EatB~In*W t9 1
H. W. ASHLEY. A. J. AJLSyF
PRICES -- 86c.. 50c AND 764.j( Sneln~at et. s
Sets new en Sae at P. . Nwnseeom. S EO. H. HAZLEOOD. Lala Agent .

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