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January 25, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-01-25

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THE U. OF M. DAILEY.

asitaihed Daily (Suatdays excepted) during
the College year, by
FHE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subecriptiati price v2.511 per year, invariably
in adaeae Siagr copita 3 eet. Subacrip-
tiaaa may be left at the atire at the DAILY,
at Stoffiet's, with atny at the editors at
authorized solicitars.
,sonmanicatiaaa shoutd reach the tffice by
O'cloch r. a. it they are to appear the next
tlay. Addreesa all matter intended tar publica-
not to the Mianaging Editar. All busines
coamticatiana ahauld be snt ta the Bual
neca 2Macacer.
THE U. at M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor. Mich
EDITORS.
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J. . Lor E t. '5, li.iAsitact.
1"'. w~t il, Liiit'ill,Assist ant
S. W5. Cuisis, F. Gt. Lit., Busiaeaa Matager.
wri. A. Plottaa, ill. 'lit, Asitatnt.
Hi. 0. Aaatttt., '9. erie'.Hal..
F. P. S'adler,"iii
E, .l e, '9. . L. Matiadale 'il.
AXgnes .Xlelty,' '7 H. It. lasbio, 'lii.
L. E.Caotiradt,1. t5ebi-,l.
All c'opy mwaitbecat the fitbefto' 8;3l0 a.m
at te day at publicatiotn.
The Editors do noct bld tbemoselvea rolt a
sibteter the apiaiatts or statrttets at cres-
pottdents, apperaring itt thte DALY.
Jr is with miucht pleasare thatl we
announcethit btaaquet of '93 to be
held leb. 9. Tht mietmbers of last
years' class wii Ibe glatd to meet
again atid talk over thse times spent
togetlser intheliir foar ytars, col-
legiat t'acetr.
THE MAN AND HIS WORK.
lX'e arte to itavt a Mlay Fe'stival
this ytar, atid we are sore it will le
a granil success, for Prof. Stanley
and las able assistants arc leter-
miined to tiake it stich. XX lien the
professor attempllts atiything its thte
musical list, we have learneil froti
exiperience, to iplace inmplicit con-
fidetnce in him. Thalo is certainly
an innocation, whicht till metet tht
heartiest aipproval of thte stitdents
and no doubt the festival will re-
ceive the liberal suppsort of all lovers
of good niusic.
As announced in another cottmi,
regular season tickets of the Cisoral
union series will admit to the festi-
val. It would seem, therefore, that
itlls a wise policy to purchase sea-
son tickets at once, and get the hen-
tfilt of all the remaining concerto.
If proper support is given to the
festival it will become a regular an-
nual event in the nmusical circles of
Ann Arbor, which will be of niore
than local interest.
We cannot urge too strongly upon

the studenta the duty which they hard to find out. It is true, how-
owe to encourage mnusical culture in ever, that Princeton has been askeid
list University. We can trtttlifuoily by a large number of colleges and
say, that the advancemsent iaade at organizations to call a meetting of
representatives of list leading col-
the U. of MI. in musical citlture leges, to consider thte modification
daring list past few years, places of the football rules. The position
ottr University at the head of Amer- of chsampions which they now hold
lean itnstitutions of learning in the would qualify them to call such a
class anit concerts provided for the meeting. They have, however, been
reluctant to do so, feeling that it
student. T o whom the bulk of ihe would be much hetter should such a
credit for thus building up a love meeting 1bt called by an entirely dis-
for classical music is known hy interested organization-The Penn-
every student, and we scarcely need sylvanian.
mention the name of our much re- -- --------- -
spected Professor Stanley. 7 -

Columbia Collage.

1Rf4'JelOIa

iluilditngs xiii soon 1bt well under
constritctioti on thse new site of Col- -
tttmbia College, at Riverside Heights.
(fts onei side of list quadrangle a Horsfords Acid Phosphate
large building, itscluding list library,Isteiotefcivan au'-
chapel and dininig hail, will be built, te115uefcieadare
tgtsrwith te offices of admitsis- able iremnedy in existence for
tratiols and academic theater, cals-
able of stating 2,000 or 2,9500 ptO- previenting indigestion, and r=e-
isle. On list other side of the quad- lieving those diseases arising
rangle are to be buildings devoted fo iodrdsosci
to list variaus departments. A gytm.
isasium will also be erected. The Dr5 ' X'.Grnr pinfieldi
buildings will nol exceed four stn- Ms. as Iriei sa celc
des n isight Theremoal o lbspreventative of indigestion, aitt a pleasat
college to list nexv site will probablyaidattdrswhnpoecyilctwtt
bt accontpanied by thse adoption of
water, andl tweetened."
the idormitory systent.
The gymsnasiuni of list old Man-
hlattan Athletic Club hsas been leased Dec.ritiic patattlt-tre ttittptlicaliia toI
for he se o th stuent. Anin-Rumftord Chemical Works, Providence.E.I.
for~~~~~~~~~~~ tBeswoah tuet. t n nttritofitibttitutrsandatti aitlaioas.
slrtictor xiii be iprovided, andthtelis
care of the roonis iii be under list For Sale by all Druggists.
sttperintendence of tilt college. i
Wills the tpesing ofltesewyear -.
list baseball teats, freshmtsan cresv, -. 2# U
anti track athletic team began xwork . /i..im W
in list netvgymnlasium. "The gymi- -...
nasiut one01of01the fitiest in the
country anti its acquisitions wiii no}
doubt be a great stimulus to ats-
letics at Columbia.
The Football Situation.
Variotus articles in the tdaily isa-
isers both of Philadelphia and NewJ
York, on the subject of the football
question, hsave caused not a little
comsment at thse university. 'rie rt
World of XWednesday last, published
a short article concerning list sub-
ject, and stated thsat Mr. Bll and ..4
the other authorities at Pennsylvan-
ia xere very mutchs displeased be-
cause Pennsylvania had not
been invited to send delegates
to a mseeting called by the-ri
University club of New York to con-r,
sider the football problem. Mr. AICad5 OLCrd-
13thl has been seen, and at the lime knwntigaottemte, ;- rdH5( 1e D P i
having neither heard of such a meet -?t0Li )
ing, nor knowing of any otiser meet.- ~it~to}
lag that had been called. (orreg'iondence.Sodieited.
How such a report could hsave
reached the public press is very

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