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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-01

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THE UI. OF M. DAILY.

+.four noted Hlindoo characteristics: IBliss. The surprises were in the
i. o 4 )CttV* Their social exclusion; She seclusion weaknsess of the rush line and tse

.Publshed Daily l8anciays exeepsedl duringoftevamn th uied ailI
sta Clleg year. by system, anti the system of caste. (
THlE U. OF M, INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION The ttindloo is often misjudgedl
hr foreigners. They are tliosglit
stciptio priceV2.a0 per year, invariably
in ~ vac inge cpis scens. ubsrip ci, dull and uninteresting hecause
nuons may b:e left at the officr of the DAILY, they cit lode themselves fronm all
at Stafflet's, nabh any at the editors or
athorized solcitors. social ix tarcourse. In realty, they
Communications should reach the sficer by are a hriglst, hearty and jovial race.
7aoiseock Ps. ifthnay are to appear the next
day. Address all matter intended tsr publica- SO 1us icli nral-treatment from for-

f

tson ta the Manan Edn itor. All bussness
communnicationshould be sent to she Basi-
ness Manurer.
THE U. nf X. DAILY,
Ann .Arbor, Nieh.
EDITORS.
C, A. DEnuisoN, Lasse'94, Managing Editor.
tNRMNPFtOWnaS, Lit. '96, Aaaistat.
H. A. SPALDIN, Lit. '04, Assistant.
.0. L. Lease, dLit. '95, Assistant.
t,. A. LEROY, Lit. 'Oi, Atbletie Editor.
S. W. CURnTS, P. G. Lt., Bsainess Manurer.
Wm. A. Oton, Lit, '97, Assistant.
H. B. Gamon, 'v14. Prune Walters, '94d.
Misois an s., '04. It.F. Stall. 'y.5.
R. 0. Aastio, '55. aIeosc..
iW. N. Chioatet'lt. E. L.. Martinldale, '05.
P. 1P. Sadler, '96, H. 15,Itaskitns, li9t.
L. a. Coonaradt, '95. '. 0. Jenkins, '4.

eigners has brought this ahout.
The Hindoo is suspicious of every
race hut his oswn. It is for this
same reason that the women hate
been drawn into strict seclusion.
Where the Mohammedans have the
strongest rule, there the women
have the least liberty.
The lecturer then spoke of the
caste system, dwelling upon each
point at some length. 'Though at
tinmes he went into sonmewhiat nmin-
ott details, yet his quaint English
accent made all that he said inter-

corresponding strengt a bck of it.
WAhen the season opened the situa-
tion was reversed, and Capt. Hinkey
spent coissiderable tinme witha candi-
dates for quarter, half and full hack
on Travers Island. That his efforts
svere wvell directed is fully proven
by the brilliant work of Morris,
Armstrong, Thorne, and Eaton
behind the line.
Horsf'ord's Acid Phosphate
Is the most effective aind agree-
able remedy in existence for
preventing indigestion,"and re-

Allecopy must beat the olsee befoe8:3a. m. oting. ie ing tihose diseases arisinee
nf the tbsy o1 psbibation.b

TaHs failure of the scheme to con-
solidate the Castalian and Palla-
dium will be regretted by all, as it
is apparent that there are too many
class annuals in the field at the
present time, and we are not cer-
tain that they can be successfully
dengineered" through this year,
especially when advertising space is
disposed of with difficulty. Wne saw
in the proposed scheme a plan to
escape the evils of over-production
in the field of class annuals, where
the inevitable laws of supply and
demand hold good as in other fields.
FOOTBALiL practice for the past
two days has brought out notinlg
to encourage those who have been
hoping for better things later in the
season. Thse showing made in Sat-
urday's game warranted the belief
that we had good material which
could speedily be worked in to ad-
vantage. However, unless more
vim is shown in practice, than has
been shown so far this week, Wis-
consin will have an easy time de-
feating us Saturday. It is to be
hoped that enough zoal for Michi-
gan's honor may be inspired in the
football players to make them dis-
play at least a reasonable amount of
interest and enthusiasm.
Social Life in India.
Mr. Nagarkar, of Bombay, in his
lecture "Social Life in India," was
the attraction at the Unitarian
church, Monday evening.
The speaker based his lecture on

republicanism Gxpaunaea. I from a Cf isordel-ed stomach.

The Republican Club met last
evening in the law lecture room, and
was called to order by the presi-
dent, G. IV. Fuller. After allowing
several bills, letters were read from
the state central committees of
Iowa and Ohio relative to voting.
Arrangements will be made to en-
able the Ohio tudents to go home
to vote, but not the Iowa students.
Patriotic speechues were made by
L. G. Long and by Mr. Swanger, a
one year man from Missouri.
The meeting adjourned subject to
the call of the president.
Websnter Society Program.
The Wsebster literary society meets
thin evening at 7:30 in thseir hllu
The program will be made especi-
ally interesting by a selection ren-
dered by Miss May Pemberton, for-
merly of Delaware College, andI
known throughout Ohio as an flu.
cutionist of ability. The following
is the program in full:
Music, Mr. and Mrs. Cady; dec-
lamation, Miss Pemberton; reading,
I. B. Lipson; oration, W. M. Harri-
son; impromptu address, Ira Carter;
music, Mr. and Mrs. Cady; debate:
"Resolved, That the Federal Elec-
lion Law should be repealed." Af-
firmative, E. Wellman and Janies
Crowell; negative, G. H. Bailey
and R. K. Jones.
Improvement at Yale.
Last sweek's play developed some
startling surprises in the Yale foot-
ball team. Their work has greatly
improved, due wholly to the pres-
ence of Hartwell, Rhodes and Laurie

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Saturday evensing receptiono enthibenroieypae
Exceptlionatl facilities Car plainig stu:dentis in posi-
ttnsu--sltaethuadeailttatresgtaea.teedlts-i. Ltein-
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FarN>r au silogat, addreessa
P. R. CLEARY, PuES.
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a. RAILWAY.
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W. H. SIENNO;TTO . P. A. Tlets.
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B1 oors, C.arnastions ansd Flow.ers of nil vari-
ety. Floral designs asde spo sithlort notice.
Na. 1 Observatoy street, npp. cemetery- gate.
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Dictisary. ut an-
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concerning the his-
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meaning at words.
A kibraarin Itself. It also gives
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Dr. W. 'W, G-ardner, Springfield,
Mass., says: "I valse i as an excellent
prevestative of indigestion, and a pleasant
acidulated drnub when properly diluted wit
waler, ad sweetened."
Dreriptive pamphlet tree sti applieation to
Rumford Chemical Works, Providence,R.I.
Beware of Puhtituten and umitatiosin.
For Sale by all Druggiata.
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