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December 09, 1890 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-12-09

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THE U. OF
of iff XYj "THE CAMPUS.
_______Prof. J .Ii. Steere gives a talk at
Publised Daily (Sundays excepted) during the Unity (luo- night on 'Our
he College tear, by Native Birds."
THE U. of M. INDEPENDENT A)SOCIATION. 'Te fraternity mlen hate nttbleen
alts, so farto decidle ttpttnta candi-
Sohciplion price it,55 per year, invariably dilie for ptresidlent of te Senior
iadvance. Single coppits 3 cents. On sale at
Siheehanas and P'ost Ofice newt stand every tclass.
evening at 6i o'clock. Sattoriptiotn maybie ITt Ic(oltitithia Sophtttotmores 're-
left at thte otice of the DAILs, Ottera House
bloek, at Sheehan'',atO Stolict c, trcetth any titit tlvted'tl itoli altlttw the fresh-
othe editors. lmen tt talxe r sketstrs int;ttysilt ttr
Commtioints sholdtitreacthtt ttteofc by fastiitit Ittis tig-lt t sugest adssay
10 A. w if they ace tt appear thtesane daty.1- n
Address all matter intetided Cite iutlication to fotr tttr s-'o1lisltow.tlteir autthutr-
the Managittg Editor. Alt business cotnmaut-
teatloacsltttultd he seat to te'BuitnitessatMats
Ager'BUSINESS LOCALS.
Report all aegtectoth ie ptrtof Caciecrs0 _to_
M. DAILY.
Visit Shoohoil's ARIal " hristmas S1
Of Elegant Gift Books in Choice Bindinig for Yountg anid""pl
All the New and Beautiful Novelties now on1 exibition-
SHEEHANT & COMPANY,
Sr.A: ST2'I 2 .- ANN.A.LT2 .TC}tO t ttX
rwi r
SS TZIE
THE U. of X. DAILY, -
Ants Arbor, Mints.
EDITORS.
H. B. SHOEMAK, sn.'lit. Macacing iEditor.
W. F,.Gasreas, Ill, Assist. Matnagitng Editor.
Hi. At. BITZFc, 'ill Assist. Managttng Editor.
F. 0. I1t,t.sstt, '92, Busitness Mantager.
W.13 '.I.iNetti,, '9ti, Assist. Butsitness bMange.
It, W. Dort,;Ht, '92. Asist.lBusintess M3ange.
iItetisisStq) tIO','t.}l. F. IB. TtBAo, it.
Ii. 0. Jcwct t,.'1A. M. It. HAMMsOsD, '91.
A.W I'tcss5i,c~tt, lIt. A, It. tCOEny, le.
C' . MsI(r1 .t. Ssy It, ',I;_ I,. St"ico AYst, let.
I"t t.t'tt tF'ttc 1,E1 . i. 'l'tt , .li.
C'. St. RIxTTiSoc,'.
Noth tithetstrial of IWoodtsonihas
resulteilitthis acqutittalsi-e feel
prttmpted t tints ta fewi-remtarks re-
getteral, antd ttisetif te ttiversitv
uf M~ichiganit iill articutlar. "We
niake these remtarks int iefereiweit'oi
the sentituents of ills teottle, if
Michtigan , as .voicdlblitheloc ttal
paress of the state'.
iInte frst hlae, itt student
should ipresutime tt appear at ite
post-office in the evetnitng. Soc-l
onsluct is reprehtensihle; it may
excite the ire if sottme guardian of
the peace, sir of siomie tmilitary
rnayor. 'lTeni,tt,weetotn the
street studetits shottlil carefully sup-
press all referettces to the Univ-er-
sity. CTe exptression, ''ralt, rah,
ralt, U.sif. .".' is alttocst criminal
in itself, atnd went it is uttteredin i
pubhlic-, it jutstifies ati ottrageil
listener iiil roceedling to atty ex-
tretmity whlatever. If a studest
should be ontht le street atid he at-
tacketd by a tough, ituasijiteralitig in
the guise if a mtilitiantan, it is his
duity to get out if thte waty. If lite
doesn't litenmust simuply take the:
consequnences.
In shtort, a stutdenit is perntittedl to
lie on the street jttst long enoutgh tot
go from his room to hoarding place
and recitation. He swill do hetter
to lock himself in the room'. 'fThis
tnay not make him a well developed
man; hut it will enahle him to avoid
the imputation of heing a tough nr a
htoodlumn.
j tIeti yotu go hiotie for thic holidays,
take iwithivou nllAtn Arbior Souvteetir
Spnoon. (Catn le obtaineid ontly at Wni.
.rslt's Jewelry Store.
GR EAr Mtstcr-t, Cl'1OIiS11lS. Short,
c'risp, reatdable hisogrtaphies, comnplete
in sote voltume, 5t0. All. P. & 0. Co.
Suitings, Oserenatings andTI1routser-
iltgs at reduceid prices at Stafford's.
Hello, Botys' We soidl:$99 worth of
Guiitars last Fridlay and Saturday. Cur
goods anid vrices do it. See stock of
Guitars, Banjos, Mandolitns; ete.. #'te.
Cut prices. A. Wilsey. 25 So. 4th Ave.,
Anm Arbor.
Nobby Box Coats made to order at
Stafford's.
'92's who went to Detroit to the Cor-
nell game, please examitse their canes
and hring mine (marketd) hack to 39 S.
4th St.
Buiy stial attil wood if Judsonti.State-
strect.
The 'Two Stris say: If nto one
gitesses the letters thiut will otientihle
safe they will divide the hsundsredldol-
lars,-oine-hmalf going to the (xynna-
siltsfuttd, thte other haulf to the ptoor
chtildrcen of Ann Arbor.
(io to E. 11. Ifall for coal.
Stop atid see ite displaysat :Martini
thuller's Windows.
Novelties itt Hand-paintted tirticles
plaiced ont sahe Thtursdtay, D~ec. 101, at
Mrs. Mabel Pond's store, No,. 50 S,
State-st., cor. William-st.
Gruber's chocolates anldhbon-hotts
are the finest that ca exi hmatde, pure
flavotrs,tio adulteration. Try thiem.
P. 0. News Room.
Students wishing refinled employ-
nment (luring Htolidays, pithier here or
at their homes, eall at 26 N. Thayer-
St., afternooti tfter ftttr tashevetning,
D~ec. 11. Geo. W. Miller.
A splendilin ue of'ttoliduty Goods at
Bartitn Hailer's.
Stewart Banjos at Wilsey's.
Baths 10ce at P. 0. Bather Shop.
Medl Gillespie, Teacher of Guitar,
Banjo and Manldolin at Clement's.
Bay State and other Guitars, Banjos
andts Maudolitts at Wilsey's.
Blest Stritngs at Wilsey's.
Novelties in Desks, Chairs, Rtockers,
Divants, Sofas, etc., at Martin Baller's.
WAN'tsD.- Fifteen Young Men and
Ladies to eanivass. Good pay. Apply
at P. 0. News Room at once.
Holiday Neckwear. Wagner & Co.
Warni'Underwear, Wool itosiery,
Wintier Gloves, etc. Wagner & Co.
TWENTY 5LECTtUR -.11-
THE UNDERSTANDING OF MUSIC
AND THE AILT OF TElACHeG.
Eaery Saturday foreTwenty weeks at 4 p. M
at 2t South Fifth Street, beginningrNv. 2a.
For Teachern, Singers. and advanced ntu
eats of the Practical Art of Mstaic.
dTuition,155.00. ORIN CAD'Y.
AND T'E j
sTHE BESTg-
Seventeen teaches. Board with Furnishued
Boom $2.253,tier wceek. Circuttirs upon appii-
cation.
PJ R. CLEARY, President.
BURLEIGH & JOLLY,
DEALES ISN
SBLANK BOOKS.
ATHLETIC GOODS AND STU[ET' OUPPLIES.
Btest litie of FOUNTAIN PENS in te
city. tee Creatt, Soda Water,
CotfectiotisCold Lunches,
Cigars atid Tobacco.
OYSTERS, FRY, STEW Ott PLAIN.
Cult and see us at
26 SOTJ'TI SrTA'3r:) S=-
D. L. DOfWD'S HEALTH EXERCISER.
For Brain-Wtrrs&Sedndtlary Ptople:
Gentame, Ladies, Youths; tthe
Athlete or Invalid., A complete
gystaiumo. rakes up hat n is.
.i qare flotim ew ~u, scietific,
dae c toprehlensive, chceap.
tndoesed by a0t000 tlyiciues.luse'
yen, clegymnt, cutitoes &itheltrs
nowusing it. Sen o llt'd cieca'
rleascsrk. laego eg's; no charge. Prof. D.
VocatCultue, oEast 14thb I Ne York
FRENCH tCE CREAM, FINEST PEMIt
COOKING. LOWEST PRICES FOR
BSEST MATERIAL.
71 Fort St., West. - Detroit, Mich.
CITY LIVERY AND SALE STABLE.
Et'0. 13amtnS15tWashingttn St. -Ypciltti, 5Mc.
First-class nigsa and Stylish S ad die Hosesc
for Hire.
PIIOTOGRAIIR
NO. 12 W. HURON ST.
Rotse
Coghian.
"1'e Xigara Falls Route"
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