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February 01, 1894 - Image 2

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d /u , at I rusted with the work of education antiquities were made additionsl x6R
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su the Usiversity of Nlichigan the wvould rapidly follow, aud the re- -
time has come when the departumett1 suits would be benefical, not simplyU IN S
Published Daily (Sundiays excepted) durin<; of--iiclnuge-nĀ«itrtr
of Smitiilanuegeyearterbyreto the tUsiversity-its faculty as I
TI-F . O M IDEPNDNTASSCITIN suoldr rle asuel stblihe Iwell as its studets-but to all who a
__I _ SOITI~ lldace is nrthevcurri culum. ePlursuingM.NPNDTA are touchled by thne influences of our
Sabcsiptssprie it pe yar nsaeabt apolir simila .r to that muaintained, higher edsucation. Possibly souse
ilwvneSingle copies a rents. Sabscrip- ts the iiost ot our colleges and uni- one will do for Semitic studies hsere Itb EDN CHO FB~NS
tnamybeetattesteotteDiy versities iwe hare been guicled byi what. Jacobt Schiff, of New Fork did st SHORTHAND. Maniie ntabuigiding; aine
it Stoffiet's, with any at the editors orI teachers; larec atteedance; cued ditiipine; taper-
authorized soiieitsrs. the demands of our western life and for them at Hlarvard in his generous ioe~toeh; welltopiliedeaodingcroom; daiiylectuei
lommnunitatisas shotuid reach thesoffce by iase des'oted our eege to edt-gift of $io ootobxepnddin ep~itionaltfacilitisoitrio-aitogttt,its npesti-
s'cloch r.n. it they are is appear the neat I g t e xede nti~ns-sbothetg'ototesgoaostteed thest. Sivina
isp Adres al mate inendd er pblia-cation intshle branches which are the purchase of casts of Semitic an- exeetltec$:.' to $2.75 pee wee io pivaietatoitics.
Lion to the ManagingE diter. All bsoiness coimmontly supposed to be of nmore ' iquities.'' P. R. CLEARY, PatS.
commutnications ehotuldtue sent to the Busi-
nes Mantager. practical tutility. In the sphere of TO ED
THE U. nf M. DAILY, liberal educatiotn generous provision
Ann Arbsnr, Nich. tud/o he o ic
EDITORS. attiLI atit, Germuan, tFrenclt, ansI
C. A. Oueite,"Lw 't4, Mangtng ditetr. t talians latiguages and literatures
i. .Lott : it 95, tt ~A tttsisa t. l)ite attetntiotn is given to European II TieT ltleit tiin:iti. l1i-ittt i; . t nd1 . . . . il
F r. tiiitA,uio,"Astntooit history. Etnglishs and Amiericau insti- i Preams tatvetir it.royt c it,,ii
A.A ~.v i.'5 titeElti. tutions are honored with a fair , S.tiOHit. ciin'r""
S. W. CritIsso, P. 0. Lit., nosiness Mainger. Horsford s Acid Phosphate I ; lio.t.7i i.
Itt. A. l~. Stiiti, t,iP, Aitanitt. tieasuire of the consideration whlichli . . ~ i o
LITERiAtY.' taw tliey saturally claims, Bit tip *t o 101'rati-ot irus t't i ite is rt (Iit ti' e
H. B. Dinuo,', - ~Is tle i()st esiectivetandtagrtee- oiniy.
It, o. ctti,.Sir. to the 'iresesnt little attention lo u has dii ~i~iSiitte
F.1. SdL.,9. )CA .i. S. OHEENWOOD,iAv iti. Aiiu 'itthr
E.P. 5.Lyie, '96 E. L. Matindaie, '94. beets given to thsat great Setmitic able remsedy so existence for w. H. BENNETT, G. P. 5.Tolida
tire lrl .1. Iltis '. i;________________________
CartietV. tit Ity, Spe . t.itIeiti-iiAnIe. fatiily of peoples coinsisting of rentigndgsotmds- lID OP 7{1 U h
--___ c.eU. enkin-., -t4. ltabyloniaiis, Assyrians, H-ebrewss,tsr itstits
Atttpyto-stttt Ottihe~eti', atitsiAramaeans, Arabians, Pthoenicians, (lie'itttf those diseases atising SATURDAY EVE., FEBRUARY 3.
of te diy ofpiubliieatioin. Ethiopianis witht its lesser inations- ( _hsouee soah--
'rs dtr i o t i ec a famtily wvhichs has played a muost .
sibie Per the otpinionsotta teetof it r-e-_ Importaiit role in thse advancement' Dr.W'.'W'. Gardner, Sprigfield,1 YAGSU OA
pittitsae, sriniii ttseDOts, of civilization, and its the develop- Mats., says; ,<I value i it s is excellent ,j
ZF N nl~ueict of the world's history. thlle treventiativeittindigestion, and a plcasaitt13B ~t (AJrets t oi' All Asslisi-
eebt if civilizations to thsis Seuetic aliltdlm ho~rttt thteIwtiA. sass Pltays.
- - -stock is becoiting iticreasitngly art- 1wtr utt-eeioi
Touxtt iiithekde ssofthepa ewithlvey ewi oe ry its tat has tviti settn i NewI t.Chii
Free P-ress nyc are able to tiresent tetei fSttei rhelgy. tteueeiiBostitnPittrtittit rt.C cl), ipWt
th'u fEuitai I-hui t this edo elel rheooy srpik anhc reotapiaint
the cuti of seristinof .BhlintiIts claims tipont totr attentionti)cait no lunadbmeiahrvdne~ iu it'1 1t i'itIt ,t~irtg i 2t ititit-tdin'i.
issue._____ longer beignoreid. Considering I(IBewartie iofSubistituites oand I tis ti i1;ole t tit i-iht t et its sets
'I11sriso acuilty concerts tleefcsol ha ote esn For Sale by all Druggists. sttre
givesn by the iienliers of the faculty eats be assignetd for the stiuty of __________________________________________
~reinof the school oh misic is sery fisie Irecian atud(tonsan literature and /
and retleits sit ich credit both uiponiat]tte vtciua o ea
the individual miemtbers of thue hoc- loialangehfrtesudofI6 fl ( J
oly anth the school wvhichs they reli- Ithese great civilizations and their ce--/
resent. language, epeciplly the literature j (o , s. ~ t
-- an a-igofteHebres? Why /COi( ef.-
ANN. Aicittit is fast bsecomingi a should one drain a geographilcal isnL
musnical center as is manifest feotshoe at Athsen anti teach stu~dents to r-(
exicellenst talentnnhichls insecured heir garth that an thse terisisun0quio ofth u".{ttutit - l"
entertainmsents in thse Choral Usion hiumasnisnterest' JU1oHef -Tone (cuts.
series. 'Ihsat thie students appreci- 'hatwschi reeinla a treprosuisshct)of
ate the fine opportunity offered in ethics is snore universally cionccded I gec5c1e5
readily apparesit from thse nunsher to be true in lteratusre. Whsere luiniosJt
noatne h h aliincn all thse raisge oh early literature ca" - R {
cert Tuesaynighut. T'he M\ay "Fen-one find anything nmore beasitifish.; Rcprodultitob Per) attltsk
tival will be the musical event intsh~an the simple pastoral of Ruthsjtnw.iq s, ~ora y9.5cripsI.Ast traph esers,

the history of the neisecrsity. :Prof. store grandly dransatic thsatijob,
Stanley lion dose well its securing moore stinsulating to the imaginations
suds an array of talent for the Fes- thtan thne Hebretn prophets, msore
tival which will be the best possible aglown with the fire of ploetic genius
substitute for te Boston Symcphonty than thse ritings uoh thue Hebrewn
company. psalnmist? AnsI these very wocks
lie inmbedded in otir literature.
The Study of Semitics. Monunsents of those early ages,
thseir literature and art may yet
Professor James A. Craig, in an stand in our University museum if
excellent article in thue Detroit News- noose loner of tlse Semitic race and
Tribune, on "Semitic Studies in thse literature will generously support
University of ?Michigan" writes as thse expedition-a cost of frons $to,-
follows. 000 to $15,000.
'In the judgment of thsose en- If such a beginning its the wnay of

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