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February 10, 1894 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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Ic ,f' "T% Ct1i able and the successful consumt-na- Nortbwestern antI the Cbicago
. !tion o1 the plan would do mucb Englisb bigb scbool will play foot- -
rSNESS
tow ard uniting tbe straggling cia- ball tomorrow night by electricSA
Wishe it y nsiaas excepted) durian ments oft \'estern college athletics.I light, ise proceetds will go to
me c ,u511 eu, t~'Ilie coniitons are that such a con- charity. -ti> ' a r
IE1U OF Mi. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION test shall owee its organization and " "
iPargrat.i to thse colleges and Pro. Scott will give Isis Rhetoric

ant~ipolprienV1 .5 Znperea~r, invariably their rpresenlatives alone andtIhlat ciasses two exanminations next week . f'" ."~" "11' r ste EDN COO FBSNS
in curnnrr tgi tipint I3 cents. Ssarlip- salont 0their gecneal ability in coniponi- ad EDN COO FBSNS
reoutratS t isidse iianagemns allnotdon- n SHORTHAND. itanientuailding;s nine
hin a e et an she office ofthe DAnILY, neaches;lawneattendane; gaod discipliane; sner-
atr Stwits a tteniats aeio oars.Iyti ema inaork insteadl of onthotxt kt;tnswettll tupplied restling eronm; dilecnures
at .~flet', wih ay o th ediorsor ate lorconrol By hiswe eanSaturday eneningrencepionst;open the ntieyne
authoarizned solicitors,. to express our belief that Westerti book. Exepitional faciitistfon plaring sntuents in posi-
Communinatltnions shuld reaets the office by Itions-shortha_______________In d graduatnegaan tendsthtems. Living
o'iclc P. )t. it they are tos appear tile text colleges should mseet in comlpetition xtFrses t $_).j )521pee week in prinaineIamilies.
eo om h res all ngn atrtdtr neddAlrbsnessottly utnter teronauspices. 1Ve P. R. CLEARY, PilES.
communanetions shoultd be set tot the Bust- believe that this principle shiould
THEU. f ~ DALY govern all cases. l'ot instance, it i
Ann Arbnr, Mich. beng "eoredthat \Vestern coTLED
lege baseball teanas ill conipete-__
EDITORS. this year fior a trophty offered lsy a
C.A t ailt 5,SnsgtgEttt. sportintg goosahouse. If the col- 1. ii tsit .,..Nt.a
II. A. SesAitnlit,. '54,NAsistat. Ire abclli fet n diN).,1
i.SistisLt.ls, '94 sitacit. leges tif the West are to naet on the Horsford's Acid Phosphate Tin l~eats' st~nAt erbortIy a(itta I
P., Wat1Icts, lat'Iii Assisant. baseball fieltd to dlecidle the stipretni- a H. ct II
S.r t- stt s i i ~tttns ttse. arc atid ive are as cager as atay to Is tieletiost effective andi tft'ee- "I.:1 . It apa. f
tt. .A. StsI, Lit ss a.' istanti. ace stict a meeting, the trophy to be as *edTn xstne ait5 ttttt t' Annt't ittttiiti dt d(
It lit 5115. 1raw. comlileted for should conic frotasAlilI ti' ain s't' clst ,ui
H. It. iiliutst. '94i. tt1.. i . 1-1t1 . S I.5tEEN55litl ti eal tt, Ann tArbor
i. atl . . usi tthentmsles atndIthe taanagenient of hreventllg ndiffestin, tnd I'' t. .HENNa T(.I, A. oeo
\s'ss ide'isy, 'II . I'S. bi
' ' ye tstt. M .1,. tDl tctuituls.'91,. stict a constestshiotuld be inthleir ownilivnm coediese(I;i
I a rieS it it I. iipe. ttsl'si'a 'tills'7I. liatids. 'histshouildlbe the case ar isI G N D I2OUSR '
- (5'. Tentpits, 91 wih heirpoedWetenintv'' t' S NtCE.
1viti ttlroseIheer inr-I ('roni < Is(1ord~ered stoiuiaclt. MONDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 12
All 'sily assst tli'it hessffice e v t' cS5I.ti collegiate niectif the itterests of
at tie dasy oftpulication~iii. truck athletics isa the colleges of the Dr. 'X . V.GardnerlSinsafieldl This ii lm sccss
The tlEd itsi ntshosith ti siv.r' es itu- \\est are to lie ropIerlylitoniotetd. 'Mass., sysME"cin isaLsseiBiltiE
sl fc'tltttinisr stt'eent s' ('(Tres\Ve recognaize thie benefit tos West- revesintaitofindi gesits, and I PleasantIII I~t
-- getts, -t ... ..r Ircci ollengathiletics that uvousld r- aciuatsled inkus h tens iropierlyidilted intl
slut fromissuch ati organtiz'ation, if waC)=nti_ =utejeuisi"rO'il ,,
_________________________________________rightl y conieilatndlnanagredland, ___ isltauauiti'itrsi-tslii. isslu
li sl.i , sssesa ltbiciiat therefore, are tltc imore slesirosaoif utisyuit tis acit it it's-u st'11 ii ha 1 pe-
see ig antorgansiizationa properly at- De".sipitivse anlt frtee sutispplicatiot)lritst.,-.
sihtilase htttittsu illeratigesd.Athletics intstac Westert nntadtet 'a etnPaidnnt.I 'ttlCI1S seises 'I ail. 75: z .isis.Siiit
rencueed Saturday, "cib. 17. tu'ussestt f ustitssteuautstIiisaIisstus. tstutu lt s)nd irsIsit, its t'sitit'is s' Ciii'.,
-cosliege aworltl arc somewhvlat confts- (.5,: la'tie tets ' liriIcltsss'hofitt is'. w, 50c:.
tle i c. e
'l.rcuirrent us isisber oh the I cii- datnthchasotic, hentcethe excuse fist For Sale by all Druggists ,0tt r \e'tiSeats.titn.t'sat nt il''t-, (wl
versity recorid is sof unusalititerest outside intetrferecc for the ptitposeC
astil will repay a carcftsl exaninta olftbringinig te various institutions
thou. togethuer. If, wit h tia view of the
-- uatter, osstside panties arc to false ,2" .-" (a
IN anthier'sohumnitwill lbe found actiotnimerely anstaitteansho an entd, '"'/ ''.'.
a sketch otf the sumitmet schlih for bringing aboust a pernmanenat or- (osn'at
l~osst a'aivh ouhs'e ganization, the foregoing objections
school. ,oon itusher the hictetit to the, pIlan miighit te obviated. /'. t -
tr es sinAbruih i's ol-Ihtetwise, sie seeiso muher course
lege city, the whtole year. As noon for 'olleges to pusrsuse butt to leave ,t r~ a !eso
as thse Iiniversisy closes for Chic reg'. the niatter alonec, for no hlan for Hl -T()[) euts.
ular vacationt the susnsmer schoolpeilntogaiaio shsdI,'. eclcln t
wvill begin atnd attract aitetitirely entertatinetd excepts for an association I lege C td')C5
sifferent class of stushentn. As Sia fadbynitaele.N nti luir il (1
edhucatioinal center slain is certainly tion hias better reasonau thaiat 'hitt I(j1I1eeJouri 1adFOoK
among thse foremistcities itn the ga o lnnigt e ucesshhhprentttiontinPetlanvtillk
hand. o~~~~nion of the Western colleges for'tstii tatee
inter-contletion, and we feel no i,! tyh'i4If( e , d
COLGSFRTESLE. hesitation its protlisina that Michi- Co2es a Arciiectaral, 5ientii
'1 unlt hias beets said and paublish-' ole ~asr~ut
ed recenatly in regard to a plan forgnstdsraltonohr a
towardi any organaizationa on a proper&,re
bringing Western colleges into com- ' basis. ssab5 ~ ad
petition in an iintercollegiate field ________'"~ ~t~l5o h ~e1t
meet ike the AhotIhavengantes of ITE-CLEGAT, rihhdhaitul hg @le Fe le~ Ju ra
the East. The Chicago Athletic as- 1'
sociation proposes to take the in'. Murphuy, of Yale, has decided tor'.
itiative, and to invite all the Western play ball this year and has begun a C '\Iit uC(1,h"'(z\) e4ruer5*
institutions to compete for the honor cage practice. '7-A\r-iIjtic Pr'ogroaL'pipe,5
of the chanmpionship of the West Princeton has heen aawardhed four
in track athletics. Reserving certain prizes for her exhihit at the World'so~che
conditions, the purpoae of such a Fair, one of thenm being for the G'rIe15porder)~ jele' 25 aS
competition is certainly commend'. general exhibit. , satpt /5C

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