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December 08, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…VOL. 111-No. 52. UNIVERSITY OF M1'ICH1IGAN, THURSDAY, DECICMBEII s, 1892. UI'c. Tmesus UN'aSs A VERY GOOD START. I Chadwick b.'fThe Northern Days, THE S. C. A. DEBATES, --- Chadwick, Mr. S. R. Mills, 7.- Freshman Banjo Club Starts out Weinig Mosc(for foisr ands), But FajstSettleona New Bassof with Fifteen Members. A Few Membership-A New Plan Pre- .4IJU More Banjos Still Needed. Jensein, Mss Porey soil Mr. sented. hnIH,\ - ~~~Schinan. __YII 'th...…

December 08, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 52) • Page Image 2

…THE U. oF:M. DAILY. " will be held at dewberry Hall, Sat- of f ^ unlay afternoon at o'clock. TIhIn commnittee appointed to draft a coit- E'tlsh _iii y td t u ( aas txcepted) dutaing stitutioti will report at that time, THE L. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION Subscription.price 8'?ti per year, invariably juttseanit' hingie copitsa3 'eats. Sabscreip- tions may' be iett at ,he oftice at the DtAILY, at Stofttet's, with any ot the seitnrs at athoriz...…

December 08, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 52) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. GREArCL THING S LE This is what you want. You have been wait- NO OM 1 -1TADTK DATGE FALL ovE iWOA:TS A T 4.OFF.O U kL ALL SPITS AT . OFF. Beginning Wedinesda, December 7, for ONE WEEK, choice of all our Stiff Bais and the ipopuilr shlape Iedhora Soft tHats (Y ou- AL- INL-P N S T ( iT naus, Knox and Silverman 's excelpted) that sld llforZ4.00 """".51, ALL SIGLE P NTS A : $F. 00.O and $ .50-your choice during this sale at $ 1...…

December 08, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 52) • Page Image 4

…THET. OF M. DAiLY_ THTGIRL you leOODt$TING beh~ind you TR ChOICESTNCKEA .,iot ck tol011.1il tibi' x o bc Ill tite ti CV(rocotc, Ciiiicago. its the NewCor'iang cabieSilks': Stringed -oInstruin ent,; .-. CALKINs' FINE CHoCO- LATES WILS5YS, a11d1 Special noveilties in FIouri-ini-lMali. Teckcs and PI10~f WlicnA' thgi) onic for S.liittieaS.rAnt, W hell (M gO101Lne.for 34rSb StatearStreet. MOORES&WETMORE, 800K STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREE...…

December 07, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…Allmbw 4 df& Aah", dm ti , . lai , VOL. 11. -No . 5 1. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WED)NESDAY, IDECEIMBEIR ;, 1892. t~ic +:, Teisos, LNTS. WHAT WILL IT BE? tion and as far as in you lies engage A THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL. __ in its activities. -r The Question of the Reorganization 'Tius you ito sotnisi- with, is; That is the Next Educational insti- of the S. C. A. to be Discussed *at tution tn he Established at Ann Tonight. pronmise, trusting i the...…

December 07, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 51) • Page Image 2

…THE U. oF:M. DAILY. ,- (s tillxork out in practice, wiii give "'' ' of " ' te onittes to the bevst men, irreslpec- of ______tive o1 wire-pullina talents. publishet tIttils (Sutedayse ceepteti) taring _____________ hr Calme sraeThe setitor tmedical class is get- THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION tinp valutabia experience thtis year in leIwip permittedl to anestetize Sbci tinpe, ElaI pcirtyear, invariably patients far riperation. it)advancen...…

December 07, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 51) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. P~r~TTT'~r ~This is what you want. You have been wait- GREAT CLOTHuING~ SALE. ing for it. NOW(OM M AND0 TA)ElAlo ' A N'A6EoI 01 ALL OYEY(OATVS AlT1 OFF. ALL SUITS ATr OFF. Ieoiunio Wednesday, Decembier , for ONE F WEK. ('110ce _L SNG EfANISaTlill oir'Stiff Iats and(1the popuilarsp 10 FolrilSotl I s (o. AL SN GI ,IAN'SA ?( 1+ mn'ts, Elboa and Sil verinllOs0 excp1td) that soild r l~~i* X8.00 aiidl5. 50-,yxour chIoie' duingit&...…

December 07, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 51) • Page Image 4

…ThEF- U t OF M 7 DAILY THAT GIRL you leftI G0(f STRINGS DusaLlu JLL I~tI I'a ta :ts 110 ~ St ringed v.Instrument. CALKINS' FINE CHOCO- LATES W ILSEY'.S, ' And the Pteooo 34 S. tt tet Wthen you go ome for Ctristimas. are Low. SaeStet Ioma Cutter &(Crssette, Cihicago, ini the New (Ita tugesle Siiks, uitIdSlf2ciail Novelcitics 01 l'oui-iii-Hanids. Tecks and Potts MOCORE & WETMORE, BOOK STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET AND COR\ IR OF i a l SAl...…

December 06, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

…40 Aff AbA LU VOL. III.-No. 50. VOL. 11.-N. 5o. UNIVERSITY OF M-ICIIIGsN , TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6i, 1892. PicTE CTS PRICE, THl-b E CENTS. FOR WINTER SPORT, appoint a temporary pacemiaker at ROMAN ANTIQITIES. - . any period of the chase. Two Popular Games That Might be Ts, pack mast keep wsithin ha il- Instructive and Novel Feature of Adopted at te U. of 1M.OuWokILan TheWaiTeyGo distance of tise master and ords- Subjects.--TeheWyhyGo I I____ ...…

December 06, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 50) • Page Image 2

…THE U. OFM. DAILY. Cof 'Mir. xaitu - Pub lished tDaily (Sundas exrcepited) during the College teartiy THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION Sutsriptio ric -ee $2.5per year, inartabPiy iresaleanten Single copires3 enis. Subscip- ttons may be left at the ofie of the DAtLt' at Stoftee, with aspyaof the editors or nothorizedoicibtttr. Cotmmuniations sholtsd react the ottier Pp 7 o'lock Psm. if ttheyaerto appear the next day. Atddressenilmatter int...…

December 06, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 50) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. mi-im QTT-This is what you want. You have been wait- flG]T G ing for it. NOWV COMiE ANDiT AKEADA NiTAGE iO ALL OVERCOATS AT OFF'.I ALL SUITS AT OFF. ALL SINGLE P'ANTS AT £ OFF. See these bargains before buying. WADHAMS. KENNEDY RE ULE. OUR HFckT SF LE -Beginning Weduiesday , December 7, fot ONIE WEEK, chtoice of all our Stiffh' ats arid the popular shape Fedora Soft Bats (You- Otai'iS, Knox andi Sil verons excepjteti) th...…

December 06, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 50) • Page Image 4

…THE UT. OF M. DAILYr THAT GIL you left G0OiJ SThING behind you -- Stringedv- nruiit TD4E C4O1EST1%ECI(WEAR Itroiii Cutter &(etO5s5Ott(etrCicagoe. ini the New Cliangeashle Silks, arid Soeciat Noveities iin Four-ini-hands,.'Tecks alnd Potts CAL KINS" FINE CH-OCO- -AT- LATES W I LSEY'S ..', Atd theo T"toe 34 S tt tet Whteir yO o tonic for Chrisetos. areLow. S Sat Sret MOORE & WETMORE, BOOK STORE, NDO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET __ _____________ t~...…

December 05, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

…I/A Of WWI r VOL. II.-No. 4. FOR THE THIRD TIME. Ninety-three Lits Win the Rugby Banner, Defeating the '93 Laws 12 to O. The decisive game is the aninual alte-class series ofi Roue, ganses swas psilayd aturd i)aylateinoontl 1 thi tleiildIetwiein the sen01io ;is ndsiortivilassthe lformcr beiiig N a torsoisus by[2to o0 Xniotie r 1ostooueil gamie eiiiis to1" i 1ad acrisisg'to the 'a Iedllie, ;;ti p ll it inoafet this t'Cstl rai Ic lie'ld iwsas...…

December 05, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 49) • Page Image 2

…THE U. OFi.M. DAILY. yti fP ijihet tDily (Sndas excepted) durig the Colleege year, by THE U. OF M, INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME. Probably the best playedl ted most interestitng game of footbsall its Ann Arbor thtis year seas playedi at thte athtletic lieldi, Satutrtday after- nloon. 'I'te greatest surprise of the gamee is regardto tsittdividuaal playing wsas the swork sfi Cottkling as htalf lunch. 'litte anst again he brstke ...…

December 05, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 49) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. GREAT CLOTHING SALE, r ALOVERCOATS AT _L OFF.Yom nKlr, iv m nsHts - ~Ex(Istsite cGout s Illitison s, .Iaatli isibes, II onse Lobes, ALL SUITS AT. OFF.j Smoking JaI~ckets, _Pajamas, !Nigh1t Rob)es, I'errin'o ______ IDress and Walkinsg Gloves. ALL SINGLE PANTS AT _ I'{. HODGEMKN'S_ _ MACK1 IN rlSIIES See these bargains before buying. Earl & Wilson's Collars and Cliffs. WADHAM8,KENDc RU. THE TVVO Sf\M S. Ann Arbor Savings Bank...…

December 05, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 49) • Page Image 4

…THE U.O . V1fDAIL fm.Y THAT'GIRL you left!, 001)$TII -l m behind you ]'isi e. il , il i i . ais'x ofstum nt Stringed Isrmn C..ALKINS' FINE Ciio0co- l ' -A- LATES WILSEY'S, Whel yo pr bone or hritmlcs. aei w.thi Pices) ,34 S5 State Street. j 55g mn n iein nLi. I'snlusthe mcd inn gracs to tiemhe)t0K infaactured'd.it EXTIZA VALUE IN NATURANWOOL. Also tihe Well-Know~n WARNER'S EALTI- UNDERWEAR and WRIGIHT'S UNDERWEAR. MOORE &WETMORE, BOOK STORE...…

December 03, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…. 4 . 1ai . VOL. III.-NO. 48. Voc. 11.-N. 45. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAiN, SATURDOAY, DECEMBER e3, 1592. PsoTtss:C:cs PRICE, TffHp ia, CENTS. ATHLETIC BOARD MEETS. the crowd that cottectest in the _______main halt to protest the action of Financial Condition Reviewed-$550 the S. t,. A. bsoard was verv decidect Net From Tnankisgiving Game- , Protest Considered. in its denmands. T he tsoardl was DECIDED TO ORGANIZE. I The U. of M. Will Have a ...…

December 03, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 48) • Page Image 2

…THE U. OFM. DAILY. 'Cc. of f. $1it" Published Dtiily (6minliy n excee d) during plan tor those who are at the head of our dehating societies to propboe soch a mneetiog between the t'. of \Ii. atndl SOIc otour western ens er- cities . A ilebiate arrangeud swih JTHEU, OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION 'northwestern, Iiniveersity of Wis- uIs'I)tot'rice sIL.in Irev yer, innnariuly rouse1, tMinnsotn, ior f^ iicago,E in acleancfr ingl'eo niv.ire Iits...…

December 03, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 48) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. GREAT CLE ALL V- DXL'(D\ S ATl'_() )TiE-IING S L lX SIVE IIAkTTILS AND E1I'ENISIIEIIS. . YOULtn'fs, Knox'S, Silvrmanz Hats. ITS XT 01,711 Smioking I arkets, lPaamas,-Nig}t Robes, Frriis 1 __________ IDre'ss zall]AN ll.8 ti (71loses. LLL SINGLE P;NTh "AT ()-IO IIOD E-AiN 'S IAV M ACK I NTO SIIFS xch tv- ~trr , Earl & Wfit (tlson o 11 ( ( an C ils. ALL S U X Qa - n -%Qr WADHAMS. KENNEDY REULE. _____________ .-qR jr OM4...…

December 03, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 48) • Page Image 4

…THAT GILyou left GOOD Sl I L i lii h 11111ii a CALKINS' FINE CHOCO- LATES Wlieo oavo le ouse for IChlristmoas. Syringed Instrument. WILS5Y'S 1' " lte'arc owx.l j34 S. State Street. Frwi tho ii~o liiitgamides- to the bst tiiiifltiirlll <i;. EXTRA VALUE INI NATURAL WOOL Also the WelI-KnOSIWn I WAR'NER'S HEALTH ['UNDERWEAR 1and( W RIGHT'S UN\DERW EAR. MOORE&WETMOIRE, BOOK STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET ADCRE )- TT N VIAMSRES liri 1T1vext-Bool...…

December 02, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…o WE AMML VOL. III.-No. 47. UIV ERSITY' OF MJCIITGAN, FRIDAY. DECE1II}ER 2 U1S9, YESTERDAYS GAMES. 1 her first down in r ininetes byi SENIOR LAWS OBJECT. I sted rehe, at aiedno i h They Fait to see the Legality ofr Senior Laws Win Their Game FromI freshmni took the ball but lost it the Action of S. L. A. Boar d. ' the. High School - Ninety-five ccidw. arc tco icli1 Defeats tile Freshman. i dws ______roiiind the eiiclfcir 6oiyar Is, the fniti...…

December 02, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 47) • Page Image 2

…THE U. OFRM. DAILY. C. of , A.T CV~tV rsih two years ago, when Henry AI.'FN A D EL G T Salylectured, swould oppose such F E AN EL G N ___a plan. A football rush is mild Pubisihe'd Dtily (susndays excepted) during comipared witis it. Inogersoll and tiw Cortse year. Ry eed wnould be as bad, anti the Ot ill kinds for Ladies and Gentle others not msucih better. When we nmcii, of ctntie. THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION consider that the audien...…

December 02, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 47) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. GREAT CLOTHING ALL ()VE-l'{UATS AT 2Y OFF. ALL, SUITS AT OFF. ALL SINGLE YAN. See these bargains before buyii WADA/AMS, KENNEDY c S ALE, LAUSI yE h:1ATTERS AND 11' SIlS Youmans, Knox's, Silverman's Hats, Exquisite Gdent' unhns ,.l ath lobes, llouse Rbes, snioiil" Jackets, Pojanias, N1ilt Rubes, 1Perint IDress and Walking (ikoves. TSAT~OF.HOI3GEMKN'IS, ~MACKJNTOSHES g.Earl & Wilso ti iiCollars and (uffs. ~ THETWOSF\MS II ...…

December 02, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 47) • Page Image 4

…TH UOF7-" XT THAT GIRL you left GO T1Q behind you Litiii(Kii ld i' Stringed Instrument.' CALKINs' FINE CHoco- A, l1Ii lte uiii il tti 'iidc" i()the lbetIoianufactii reilat EXTRA VALU E IN 1NiATUR"AL WAOOL. Also th~e Weli-Kiivwis WAlItNERS IhEALTh UNI'DERW7EAR oil WR EIGHT'S UNI)E{RWtEAR. LATES WILSEYfS, ii'iC IA 4Y.l 34 S. State Street.; Whlere you gui ioilifri' lisistnos". -MO ORE &WETMO RE', BOOK STORE, NO -7 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET ADSRES...…

December 01, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…0 f/ . 1a. VOL. 11J.-No. 40'. Voc. IlNo. 4. UNIV~ER{SITY OF MICHIIGA N, T1~itL)AY. iDE(EMi)'I, 1, 18I9. t'RICP,, T CENTS. S. C. A. DIVISION, j Purdy, Reese, George, Snider; 2nd basses, T'homson, Worilen. Weitde- Sh-all the Association Reorg anize man. Mlr. i'iintermna, 211d1 tenor, NINETY-THREE WON. The Junior Lits Go Down to the i .on a More Liberal Basis' The Itsliandedin i his resignatt (ion on c' inI Hot Game AKc Question toust be D...…

December 01, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 46) • Page Image 2

…P.10 sheilIDaily (Sundays exce pted) during the Coleve car, by THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION EDITORS. E. J. llT'eA'.xv, Lit.'114, Mfanagiaig Editor. C., A. DO.rsNiu, Lit. '131, Auistat. W. E. 111),1,1,Lit '96, Assistant. M1AR(.A iTE C 1. SHA4W, Lit. '14, Assistat. L. G. N ITEHE AD, Lit. '01, IBusiness Manager. Wi. W. WFIEMuEYERt~. Lit. '94, Assistant. A. BILEYr, D ieut.114, Assistat. P. A. Itunny, '91. IN. 14. Evans, '193. E. K. Tlole, ...…

December 01, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 46) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. GREAT CLOT HING SALE. EXCLUSIVE P ATTERS AND FURNISHERS. ALL OVERCOATS AT 1 OFF. ALL SUITS AT 1- OFF. ALL SINGLE PANTS AT % OFF. See these bargains before buying. WADHAMS, KEN NEDY d& REUlE. YOUMOn'S, KnOZ's, SilverMan'S IIat$, Exquisite Gent's Furnishings, 1.ath Robes, House Robes. Smoking Jackets, Pajamas, Night Lobes, Perrin's Dress and Walking Gloves. HOIDGEMAN'S 4 MACKINTOSHES Earl & Wilson's Collars and Cuff's. THE-...…

December 01, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 46) • Page Image 4

…THE TT. OF M. DAIL THAT GIRL you left GOOD STRING N ID 5 R. VV S R Stringed aInstrument CAL KINS' FINE CHOCO- LATES I 1'otxihi tiletlit[till rad'' toxthe lest iiaxi iilacturxedl EXTItA AUtE IN INATItAL WOOL. Alsoi the lMeltl- nWfl WVATI El' S HEALTH UNDEEW EM'iand t'vI(UT IT' 17NI)EIIWEAIR. WI 1LS EY1'S4 W~zli you oa gh ome for Christmas11. are iLow.xcx 34 S. State Street.I MOO RE &WETM'ORE,, BOOK STORE, O- F0)F6. SOUT.H SMIAIN STREET U...…

November 30, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

…tl f t*t Vo.11-o.45. UNIVERSITY 0F MMDII AT, WEDNESDAY, NOY"IUEII 3d, 1892. WIN.! ances. moaking short wtins of threeI PROF. RUSSELLS LECTURE. ansd ftise yards. 'Tie bait was soon I' PRICE, THuREE CENTS. THE BOOM -A - LANGERS By a Score of 14 to 0 the Senior lost to';,andthue selniors startetd Laws Win from tneir Junior osst for tiheir thsirti touct.-doswn., Brotosheinrser.iiai Pronounced by All an Interesting and Instructive Descriptio...…

November 30, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 45) • Page Image 2

…THE U. OF. M. DAILY. 'C~. of 3?(. T$cifu. Pu blisbed Daily (Sundays excepted) durinS the Colege year, by THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION ONE of the most striking inter- collegiate items that has been going the rounds of the college dailies lately is to the effect that Leland Stanford Jr. university has a cam- pus-of the astounding size of 70,000 'FINE AND ELEGANT SHOE~S Of all kinds for Ladies and Gentle- Men, of course. acre~wih adr...…

November 30, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 45) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. GETCLOTHING SALE&.TI= '= .M ALL OVER;COATS AT OFF. Youman's, Knox's, Silvrman's Hats. Exquiisite G3ent's Furnishings, ]Patlh Robes, Ifouse RIobes, ALL SUITS AT I OFF. Smoking Jackets, Pajamas, Night Robes, Perrins ______Dress and Walking Gloves. ALL SINGLE PANTS AT 4 OFF. RODGEMAN'S MACKINTOSHES See these bargains before buying.. Earl & Wilson's ollars and Cfs. W ADHAA'M8, KENNEDY & ILL.THE TWO SA MS. Ann Arbor Savings Bank...…

November 30, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 45) • Page Image 4

…TE 12. OF M. DAILY THAT IRL you eft;Q)1 S11Q behin-1 n Stringjed Isrmn CALKINS' FINS.CC~Oo-- LATES ~W I SZEY'S,I thiV l o g l oni r ( liituiis. are Low 34S..taejtret F.romei le ud iii ci rails to the best iianufiatcturd, at EXTRIA VALUE I7 NATUIC'A WOOL, Also the Weii-IiDOiw1i WA'INEII'S IEALTII l'NIEIIWEAI1C atli WtVIIIT'S IU-LEJ-ZWEAtf. MOORE & WETMORE, BOOK STORE, ')NO-) 'AEN 6 SLOUiT.H M51VAIN STREET Stoclk oif ' Keiilel aiid Esser I rl...…

November 29, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…_ o o VOL. III.--No.4. I' fERlhTY OF ATICHIGAIN, ESDAX OX 4 MD 1129, 159f2. I'r ics Tea. im iNTS. T UJ UP TO THE MARK. nlmelited conmcendationi last mionth,j BASEBALL PROSPECTS, ________and his echings in the cooming ntars- The November Inlander Will Con- tier are as b~righttas usual. Many Old Players Remnain.-"Phe- - taln a Fine Array of Timely and I n01 S" Are Expected-A Win- Interesting Articles. AlL rep ml ta ig T-mF ihgn - very f2ineit...…

November 29, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 44) • Page Image 2

…THE U. OF, M. DAILY. 1 a Publiahed Daily (lu~ndaya excepted) dui the College year, by THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION BOARD MEETING. There will be an important meet- ing of the DIstsIv Wednesday even- ing, at 7:30. Several vacancies are to be filled and other important bus- iness will be up for discussion. A UNIVERSITY JOURNAL LUB. rihe writer of the communication in today's paper wyill(doubtess be pleased to learn that the ideas hie ad...…

November 29, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. GR EAT CLOTHING SALES XLSV HTESAD UNSES ALOVERiCOATS AT 1 OFF. Youman's, AK nox's, Silverman's Hats, - ~Exquisite (Gent's Furnishings, Bath Robes, House Robes. ALL SUITS AT OFF. Smoking Jackets, Pajamas, Night Robes, Perrin's Dress and Walking Gloves. ALL SINGLE PANTS AT OFFr. HOIDGEMAiN'9S - M CKITOHE See these bargains before buying.Eal&WsosCoaiaidiit WA DHA MS. KENNED Y & R ULE. THE TWO SFNMS. -M_ STA.E=ER:- I1. Ann...…

November 29, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 44) • Page Image 4

…THE TU. OF M . DAILY THAT GIRL you left'Q;)J STRINQ UD$V~Z FR behind you -______, Laist week. srsaitd likeoa )()lof Strinued -Instrument. CALKIN'S FINE CH-oGo- - A - Front the nmediumi grades to the best manufactured, at E1XTRZA VALI-E IN NATURAL WOOL, Also the Well-Kinown WAI'NER'S HEALTH UNDERWEAR and J WRIGHT'S UNDERWEAR LATES W ILS EY'S, A n- the Pirs134 S tt tet W1hen t''in gohome for liristms. ite Loiw. S taeStet MOOREC&WETMOR, BOO...…

November 28, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

…Amftv e ' of Vill *aN Vo .. I.H.--No. 4,'-;. Vos. 111-No.48. UN[VE[RSITY OF 1\ICIIIGAN, MONL)AY, INOVEIB11i t>; s, 1892f ~ tos oss j~rs ilI (r' ff r {{ ii b/7 1 v A. L i'". f S.1 L . S Y..J 1 . 1 J ~i~FIt~ ~ cNT aVNliled lossn the plitsts of the CAN IT BE TRUE? li__ e handdI IIla on voo le ,Some5 Infot-natiom on the tRumored , But Made a Great Sholwing. Iaitdtss te5Cne nhddl.ooth Tyg~A o Ting "onell in Secon After IX thes iee ad'o ''e hd...…

November 28, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 43) • Page Image 2

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. -~C. z ' ivtu stopped at fourteen minutes to five, FINE AND ELEGANT Owhioh in itself was sufficient to lose Oberlin the game. Alr. Spangler's S~~ Piibiicy(cly ceil)di statement bears tthis out in everyOft]knsorLdead nl- pct ii y Itartilar, as sdoes atso that of tCm- 31t knes fot coladte. n cni THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION lire tPretymian. l i cs Iittte rooni for belief in t0" W H M L E REVIEW OF THE SEASON, allynmat...…

November 28, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 43) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. TO THE STUDENTS. ~T ~0~2E EX(IJUSIVE .II Xl TI N A\NI) I IIN I SIIERS. INLMEN:-Youlmaons, KnO'z9, Silverman'S Hats, C We wilh to) call 50ou1'particularI'attentionl to the fact that omrc Stock, as Usual, includes a general andl compilete ie of h1ihclss cdotlijut". Xou ny MAen's Exquisite Gent 'sI'uriisli inigs, Bath I}robeos, .1oulse Robes, Siolking Jackets, Ptajamnas, N ight Robes, P'errin's ~I~O O~~ HODGEMAY'S -1 MACKI...…

November 28, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 43) • Page Image 4

…THE U. O Ff' . DAILY.. THAT GILL you left GOOD ST1?1NG$ behin VOLS- - NINE O'CLOCK-WEDNESDAY, too root. oootott a o tri'a eu tInstrumt nii. JK LF PRI~J I CE')L rw CALKINs FINE CHOCO- LATES Wh~en oo u 0go toooooofor ( triotooo ~T WIVaLS E"A S And te rices", 34 S. StateStreet are Low. j 0o'oroooI at Sallory Da v lilloool illio'oot. MOORE, &WE ORE, 3BOK STORE,.N0- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET S o (C0 000 0"! 0 000.00 1 t'1,ilotl S''11;:"' 1,mvrs...…

November 22, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

…U. OF M. vs_ CORNELL AT DETROIT, THURSDAY. Vol. III.-Nba. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1892. Pu.PRI HIMettiCEN-rS. A ~ 1 7WSL traN and the brilflint qualities of M\r. AUSICIUSY B,1GNI Troas'interpretitions wetse dis Splayedin a a nnner whichftatonsed Theodore Thomas Opens the nimarkedf enthustasm. fiTh tjtuaint Chra Uio Sris. Rustian dintc t thnss and te ChoalUnin eris. curiotus effects so chfarateit sicof Gretedby ,20 Pop...…

November 22, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 42) • Page Image 2

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. ^'C. of 1 Ji'(. Xitit. i~rsue hour D ily unisadys exeped) ur le Colieeu sm50.r THE UI. OF IM, INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION { THUOSDAY' S GAME. Our team, as annutuscr'dbyhr_'iji- tain Dy gerti s Icinted irno1tierj colunin. Itiit i edesto 5 (5(1that it is the strongest to he selecteul from our men at this stage ol the season, and under the circumstances of fre- (uvnt injuries. That they ssill play like grim death itself goes wsit...…

November 22, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 42) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. TO THE STUDE;NTS. .Z=7? TTO A2zxlf I XCL UTXIVIA TI IJS 1,3 D FII IERS. We i'sh tio(i (all yoiii' partirclar' attentioni to lie facrt that om r Stcas iisral, u-bis a ccii ('l and coniplete lie' of high ClassI ceiotlizig. iic ut, tMci Yoiuiman's, Knox's ,ilorinan.'s Hats, Exquiisite (Gent' I 's rnkie gs , 1I.ll)bi lo'alHulso RblW' Smioking Jackets, biajanias. Night Liiis,lI 'mi's Press iiid Yk y(dvis ii, cii lii~ icH1OD(G...…

November 22, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 42) • Page Image 4

…T"HE U. OF M. DAILYV AFrcsl StocA GuOOD ST11ZJNG$ NINE O'CLOCK-WEDNESDAY, Lowney'v.> Strin eeL't nstrumet,J~~V h -&Cho olatop J st 1 ccittd l nTey rthi esICt Ovecoat Sale Eserv5 laus .J.j..J O lt 34 S. State Street. qR, HALF PR]IGE .lRinos D iscount. MOOE WETOR,, BOOK STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET ANORE____SAE N NIIJMscm ITS. I nivesh V Taj lxt- hooki, '10sie'l Books, I'awcTroop;, I loistat Ilo bsStnleat ., Note hook,,blank Books.,Sta...…

November 21, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

…VOL. III1-No. 41. UNIVERISITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1892. PRIocE TRiES;F CENTS. VICO on ola (difficutlt kick aganst THOMAS, TONIGHT, O wi Bray was ruledl oif by I- sI A worth fit . o r deeug t I.ir i ti t o ok hIi T ie Program to be Renderno by the Saturday, 26 to 24, Jesnotd w tto ori IIhe (Cticao ' ais of (Ot. 2,I 1P tO - - donbefore time wsal~sIled, i sr ,onn ag ntefis oneto Oberl in Comromnsed H erselt by c an sat, bbll over li...…

November 21, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 41) • Page Image 2

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. "'AC.0cof W.j T"t :.. red to the various literary societies. ?FINE AND ELEGANT p 'fiItThey are sot ouly worthy of the sup- port of students but offer training SITOES Pubatthedt taily (~Sndays exepted) during that can ill be missed by the consci- Of all hinds for Ladies and Gentle- he Csseeare. by cntious studlent. ment of course. THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION le...t vaureics It ttri FTnTLEi1g0\A R& MILLER --- - annua...…

November 21, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 41) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. TO THE STUDENTS. T7TQAVE GiENTLEMtEN:-I HOIDGEMIAN 'S MACKIN TOSHFS We wisi to call your particular attention to the fact that our4 Stock, as usual , includes a general and complete line of high class Are the hincst in the Nvorild. ;vinline our new line of clothling. Young Metre WtJ'1FULL O RE SS SH1I IRT S. ~JITS~IT~ O~~~O~TSSOiLEAG1-:NTS 11 made up with all tlho detail, care and skill which characterizes the .a oYO1JMA'NS...…

November 21, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 41) • Page Image 4

…TSHE U. OF M. DAI y A Frsh $ock 0001 ~J1VIN$ iDiscount Sale on all Overcoats at Noble's. L OW1'1 P Stringed Instrument, This includes even our fine tailor made -- ='hocolatep T .1 11y4- recived. ( T1 111hev ice t cie ictl ill nic~ic~tVV!LEYS, garments. CA LKIN S'. ; Iatt(' Ieswvo 34 S. State Street. r .ORE &WET ORE, BOOK. STORPE, <NO-,I[J.6 SOUTH MAIN STREET tcll ll ii '1 - Ic ic lI s - 911 c i; cci I n strumei s . oi, Iiiil Ilck, Pc 110 (c~I...…

November 19, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 40) • Page Image 1

…ttIjc VoL. 11.-N o. 40. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SAThIIDAY, NOVEMBER 1(,, 1892. PRICE, THREE CENTS. a The closeness of the play in the WILL IT BE BLAINE ? - [hI . ERSSOIERbIN ;latter halfof theIthaca game inspires ragnett ee A Great Game Today at the sill score, and at the same time brCeoWasigton'sppoitd. Athletic Field. 1 keel) the score of their olppottents co to a low figture. itsn accordlance with te attnttal lfl\PORTERS& i custm thest...…

November 19, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 40) • Page Image 2

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. Purblished Dtaily (Sundays excepted) during the College year, by THEI U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION AN UNNECESSARY EVIL. Ontct i ore we ile our protest against the mnethoeds o1 applause pur- suied at pub]lic lectures atnd 'tnter- tainttctts in Utniversity tall. 'thle good1 sense of the students swould easily retmedy thte evil, if good sense might htave its sway. ThIe first ob- jectionable featutre is that of hissing. No...…

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