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March 12, 1894 - Image 2

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Published Daily (8tnaays excepted) during
the Coege year, by
Subscription price .50 per year, invariably
i advaioe Single copies 3 cents. Subserip-
tnons may be left at the othee of the DAILv,
at Stoftet's, with any of the editors or
authorized solicitors.
Communications should reach the oice by
7 o'clock r. oa. if they are to appear the next
lay. Address all matter intended for publica-
ion to the Managing Editor. All business
communications should be sent to the Busi-
ness Manager.
Ann Arbor. Hick.
MANaINGi EniTo s oFFicE Huos.-The
Rliatiaing Editiriiiay lie ftinditE ee hou
otit'eittturfolloteinglionr-: tondalty, iedites-
day and Friday, from 5 to 6 o'eloc, p. t. Ev-
ry eveninafront7:30 to 3 p. m.
Tiiio will be an important meet-
ing of T i ) ii i staff tomorrow
night, 7:0 p. i., to act on the res-
ignation of S. NV. Curtiss. 1my
member of the staff is expected to
be present.
AVE regret to announce the retire-
ment of Mr. S. V. Curtiss from the
business management of TinD I) sl'.
For four years \Mr. Curtiss has been
actively connected with Ti Di v
in various ways. ie now goes to
another field, and while we regret to
lose him, we are pleased to know
that lie has the brightest prospects
before him in his new position.
That unmeasured success may at-
tend him in his new field of labor
is the earnest wish of his associates
on Tie D sALY.
Iv another column will be found
the results of Tite DAi Y's investi-
gation of the report of the whole-
sale conditioning of students this
year. It will be seen that there is
no real truth in the statements and
after a careful investigation TinE

and the tennis manager believingeri/
everything satisfactorily arrarged, L-
of course took no pains to bring the
matter before the regents, who alone
possess the authority to grant the use -
of the gymnasium. We regret that /
the tennis manager and tennis men
have been thus disappointed, for
we believe that they were entitled to
recog nition.
Senior Class Meeting.
The senior class held a meeting ~~
Saturday and voted to have a social,
Thursday, April 5-
Pres. Lyons appointed the follow-
ing committees: reception, F. W- HUsBAND--"My dear, our boy Robert graduates from the public schools
ing cor.mites:RetioA. \ oXl verys oon, you know. Have you thought what he had best do then?"
Pe t. ie tAN l WIFE--Well John, I'd like ever so much to send him to college if you
Lucy C. Textor, Almira A. Prentice think we could afford it."
and Messrs. I). 0. Miller, J. B. HUSBAND-"I'm afraid that is out of the question, my dear. Do you
Taylor and C. R. Rose; arrange- know it would cost at the very least $800 a year for him at any good college?"
ments, R. Quinn, chr., Misses Jes- WIFE--"Goodness, as much as that? Of course we can't send him.
sica M.Mcintyre, Marion 'atton,ButI do want to give him a good start in the world, and I don't think a
public school education is enough to equip him for the battle of life."
Gertrude Buck and Messrs. W. P. HUsBAND-"No, it is not to-day, when education is so general. Now,
Martindale, Geo. J. Cadwell and H1. I've been set a thinking by an advertisement I saw in our paper the other
A. Spaulding. day and that is why I brought up the subject to-night. I was reading about
Mr. Halaplian, chr. of the com- the Revised Encyclopedia Britannica to-day, and its really a great thing.
i-With these books in the house, Robert will have information upon every
iitee apiointedl last fall to investi- possible subject, and it is the most reliable information in the world. What-
gate the possibility of the class leav- ever his natural bent is he can find proper development for it in this ency-
ing a scholarship as a memorial, re- clopedia, whether its the law, mechanics, engineering, literature or any of
ported a plan for raising a fund by the arts and sciences. Besides, there he will find the life stories of all the
annual payment for five years, notes great men of the past and he will know of their efforts, their struggles and
their successes, and he may have a better and more serious view of life.
for the amouitt of thtesbscription These books have in them all the instruction Le can get in a college ed-
to be given and made payable to the ucation. Honestly, our paper has given us a great opportunity. Now, my
regents. After considerable discus- dear, what do you think of my scheme?"
sion the committee was enlarged and WIFE-"Its just splendid John; but what will the books cost?'
is now made up as follows: llessrs. HUsBAD-"Why, that's the most surprising thing of all. We can get
Halaplian, Harmon, Ladd, Seeley them for only ten cents a day, just think of it . Here is the offer."
and Spaulding and Misses uck and
we will forward to you, charges prepaid, the entire set of 20 volumes, the
remaining $9.00 to be paid at the rate of 10 cents a day (to be remitted
monthly). A beautiful dime savings bank will be sent with the books, in
which a dime may be deposited each day. This edition is printed from new,
large type on a fine quality of paper, and is strongly bound in heavy manilla
paper covers, which with proper care will last for years. Bear in mind that
the entire 20 volumes are delivered to your address, with all charges paid t
any part of the United States.1A
Horsf'ord's Acid Phosphate
This is a s ecial offer made only to the readers of TiiF U i) M. 1).i ) and wil re-

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DAILY, with other newspapers, willI Is the most effective and agree-
gladly make the correction. Our
informants, we are sorry to say, able temedy in existence for
did not bear strictly to the truth preventing indigestion, and re-
and were led into error. TEii rliiiLY.
voluntarily makes this statement in heving those diseases arising
justice to the administrative board, from a disordered stomach.

I t1NI ,) C1 tc I UU1y Lt i cxic v . ii . .
tain open for a limited time only
C'ut this Oust acid Sed to S. W'. CURTISS,
-u rnes Manager ur 'TE I. O Fi ti.uuL.
Pl oase o eli'r to e the eit1 tirE e t of 20 ' oiti ??tan of . 'Ia iis t'?cyctlopdi '
JBritoontica, s oborc decribet, toghileor i-h yrl/ iteit 'uri iiu iBk, for loh
Ietclose Cot tiDoll t, ifoi furth r ar,u e to r i l)it 0i ieis a i, (t ittttmt' iithe
er7 m oth t' l l h )r-i i rrn 8~~r,9_00 i ll: ,11 ihl

who, as we have discovered, have
used every means to detrmine a stu-
lent's standing before sending any
notice to his parents.
WE call attention to the tennis
manager's explanation of the failure
to secure the Waterman gymnasium
for indoor practice, which appears
in another column of this number.
It will be seen that the entire mat-
ter hasbeenra succession of blund-
ers. The permission of tennis msen
to enter the gymnasium last Janu-
ary was granted without authority,

Dr. W. W. Gardner, Springfield,
Mass. savs: "I value it as an eclnt

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