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January 24, 1894 - Image 2

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G~i. of RM~f. TU)
ul'obhbed Daily (Sunttays excepted) during
the College year, by
Sat'ecriptioa price V.50 per year, invariably
io advaner Single copies 3 centa. Subscrip-
iona may be laft at the blarce of the DAIL,'
at Stofflet's, with any ifthte editors or
authorized aolicitors.
(,ommunications should rracb the office by
o'clck t,1. 0. it tbry are to appear the next
lay. Addresst all matter intettded toe pobiena-
nba to thIe Managing Editor. All boatnesa
coemmuncations abould be tent to the Buosi-
neat N cooper.
THE U. of Mt. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Mtich.
C', A. 1)t.ooSeOl, l<on 'lii, MtangingEbdio.
II. A. Sescct',Lt. '904,Assistantt.
F. WIA'ococ, tow '91, Aol-loort.
Ji. A. tLoRooov, Lit. '96,. Athletic Edior.
S. W5. CcRTtSS, 0. G. Lit.,,Bianess Manager.
tt. A. fIlow, , il.'117, Assistant.
H. BI. lltcczon, lii. It. F'. agl. '09.
F. P. Sadoler ,"'9il
E. P'. Lyle, 'lie ' R . IMartindle, '01C
Agnes Morley, '97, H . lla'bine, '96i.
IoEZ T4.st, 10PO(lIC.l
L. E. Coocodt, '115. IC. tG. teohins, 'hO,

is the duty, we think, which every courses. They ore at follows: lic- -
loyal freshman ouse to lis class, to trical engineering, 322; niechiatoical N
attentd the socials, for the acqu~iaint-; engineering, 234; civil engineering, t
ances nitle during aloe first year in ii'5l ayts, 136; philosophy, 117; --- ESS
college should be a source of pride letterns,84; ncience, 86; agriculture,
during his collegiate residence. To 21; arclhitccture, 96; medical pre-
this end. therefore, we urge it upon paratory, 5; optiotoal, 47.-Harvard I 0 l
ecery fro-shrnatn to attest), Crimoson.
---o.+-__-____- 1{ Iste LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
The first of tovo dehates hetweeosnod SHORTHAND. Macgificent boilicn; nine
ITr is tcertainly to he hoped that a t eachers;lareeattendance;lgoodl ciepine; super-
Cornell and Pennsylvatnia sill1 he I l ooel; well osplied teoolio eoogm;dayletrs
favorable report swill he made hy the .licoprl20tTerdcc aylclooevening eeceloiorcoh openaoo enieo tyear
te d t taaA r i o . T e e c n lE i o oo oo l fa iliti 'hespo r k in ltu e n ts in p o si-
coniloitee il te rgent il regrilwill occur at Philadelphsia at a date exenes $ o $2.';"5l per e ekeinprievate families.
to llotlolg by electricity the campusto efie ltr.For e iCaealoguae, addr~ess
and buildings. T'he expenses at --_-- _________________
presenot of lightinog the University I ,~ TOLEDO
buildings ecrl monthl is great.
After the eiectric plant is once es- jl7 ~ ~ '77 l\
tablislied, the actual additional cost AIL-- "54J i

of ruioingi it in connectiono with
the facilities for steam loating would
not lie great. What a great dif-
ference ano electric-lighted canmpus
would miake in the appearance of
the Univeersity grounds' Electricity
oould toot only be less exp~ensive,
hot touch nmore satisfactory, and
the regents cannot niake a moistake

_. . .. ~. . ..,..,.,.v.,,. by adopting velectricity.
Allo'opy m uost be'athe olfieibefooe:' O .ino
of tloe daiynof poiblicaztiro.
TheEdtos o nt ol temslvs eson Washingtons Birthday Committeen.
sile tfer tbe opinoicosor etateetof rrs- _

Horsfords Acid Phosphate ehool '1 )Liti
Is thee nost effective ,und a uclee- 0 4r151o 1).oO00000 9:1o' i5to.t
aisle remiedy in existence for x311itK'i, cI tly oIecep rool hon Arloo
W5. R. lBIENET, G. P. A.Tolo.
preventing indigestion, and ye- H~D ~ I0 S
hieving dio}1se d1isassar'..sOsng O V'ill S
f'romi a (lisordtered stomach. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 94-
Dr. W. W. Gardner, Springfieldt M T TTT TfTV hC
Moss.,,says: "I valor itia05n 00 lenlt Mi 1f L"1I E VICKERSXL~h
preventoative ofinooige stioon, tool spleasantol IIo]le- eesuIIaceO i)d
acidittildoitok whetn pr0oely diluoteo itsoilo ooooorlo'olbly 1I(' I ooo'oorl-ie ''goo o 11
011r01ds eee ed "1 I' l ' lI.lloR .'oooldl ..1ho1CK 0' 0TI, KtEi.
oie,' orteeD,'tono'0t: fil too sooeI lo' ll'o o 0'i rcus 00 rloo'ooi
ante__ o tindo~cer tho' IMllTENT.it eseon' ii
iitooooooloi'ioog'ioo'rob IA l ll ootioriri.'nooooooo
Desc~riptive o' p lectree oo on pplicatot o 00000
Rutmford ChemicalWorkas,FProvidencte,R.t. 'RICESo,:lr'.ero'eo it o :e. A isin
! B oswareoof Substitute'sooondInitaolti a on. Proeoetteoostilltiet -i oooilloo riute ie
".5c ioParquettel r l e ar k eolf frt ri,.5c
For Sale by all Druggists. (,aoole'glo'ooo

pondeats, apperncinthle DItLYv.

Tooccc sill he an iumportant meet-
lug of the 1)000 s'L staff Satuirday
eveniog at 7:30 shoarp.
IN another columon of this issoue
swe publish the list of senior loy
commuittees appointed lay Presiden t
Mlinahan to take charge of the
Washington's Bdirthiday celebration,
A glance at the list will assure otne
in advance of the sooccess of the'
No doubt studetots wvill be clad to
avail thoemselves of the opportunity
of hearing a series of lectures on
Christian Sociology by a tuan wvho
has given the subject a thornouglh
study. The series of lectures by
P'rof. Hierron will be very popular,
no doubt, froatn his practical tmanner
of treating the subject.
S'rU DocNTS wo attended the lecture
yesterday hy L. F. Post, of the Neow
York Standard, woere wvell repaidlfor
the speaker showved a mastery of loin
subject, "Tihe Single Tax 'Theory"
AMr. Post has a forcible antI logical
manner of illustrating his lecture,
wohich carries the attention of hsis
audience with the speaker.
'TO NI~iT the frensmen hold their
first social, and the plant for it
would indicate that a pleasant time
will he had by all who attend. It


lresidlettMinahatn, of the senior
laow class, has annontcedl the fol-
lowitng commnittee s for Washingtona's
birthiday, too work in connection
with simillar cotmmoittees from the
julnior class:
heeplfot-A, (G. Mills, G. . Futol'
ler, 0. E.Hloipkinso, (S. E. Leonalrdl tndr
Inta~tti-oJ..A. ('lark, 1). .Buctk-
lcy, J. it. Lewvmanl, (,. A, Melitiglot
Arrangemntts I B.'- li)ve'r, G,
W,. Phelps, It1). .tonling, A. F. Grady
a110 J. A. Kirby.
Prograim-.A. hE. McCabe, E. W
Simis, Iit . C.Waters. J. 1. Pu,~tntam
oand W. G. De~nman.,
D)ecoration -11. 1). Messick, Miss
Emtma Eaton. It. NIV. Webboer taol C.1
1F. Adams.
Mutos-W. W. Peppic', J. 13. Nesw-
nl, WI. 'AV. WXooohory, II,. .IWordent
t'sliers - It. L. Cameruo. . K.
Moore, W. U. iHartnman, WV. NV. Ilali-
daly, WI. It. Burtoto, M. I,. Blake, IV.
13. Enjoike, Bleni. Friend, L., It. Tindall,
'I. 11. McCourtril, IE. C.Itenin ~g andI
IV. C. Mcenetzie.
The Cornell Register.
Thte Cornell Reginter for 18913-94
shooss that the Ithaca institution htas
mtainitaitned its normal growth dur-
ing the past year. Its total nunmber
of students is t,752, compared with
111665~ last year. A noteworthy gain
has been in the nunmber of graduate
students, which has increased from
15 to 222. The most interesting
figures, however, are those which
shonw the distrihution of the 1,267
undergraduates among the various

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