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March 22, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-22

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_____________THE U. OF M. DAILY.

'U. of Z. T1XliI.
'ublieel Daily (Sundayt excepted) drig
saslCollee tar, by
Subcription pee V2.0 per year, in ariably
in aioane ioir copies i rents. Sbri-
lone may be tell, at the ottice o1 the DAILY,,
a Stofflet', eeith any 0of te editor or
Authorized solictos.
Co'mmicatios shold rach the ofice by
7 o'clock P. m. it they srec to appea the next
Qay. Address all matter teded or psblica
non to he Matnaging Editor. All busnes
commooication should be et to the Btsi-
nesse Maager.
THE U. af . DAILY.
Ann Abor. titch.
C. A. U OV', Lamt ', SaagigEdto.
i. .A. Srsttnas, Lit. 'N,Aosittant.
.5.L1. Linac, c Lit. '0, Asistat.
F. Watr,via os 54, Ae.;itatat.
J.1. LoYt, Lit. '6, Athletic Esitr.
Vt. A. A tux ,Lit '7, tlttetssSattager.
7. B. ttoosonttt, . It. '. Hato. '96.
r. ' ll, 'll. E. L. M artndsale, '(4 .
Ag es'. c l (y , '7 f,.1. tabkiti, '6.1
Htaryl'oemin,Spc'..Gi.0.enklsi;, 9.
Al copy ma ut brat thofficbo hr e:lo a, in
of the day o cpbliatio.
The bEditors o nt ot old tthetnselvs rao-
tstl foth opinionsioirstatmetsiof crrs-
pstondets, apearig in the DsatLY.
AkT last the Regento have taken ac-
lion anil tecided that oir gymna
slum is to be comspleted. This will
be welcome news to stdents, who
have waited patiently for an official
announcement of this fact. It is
probable that tie "gym" will not
be completeti for tse tiis college
year. ______
Vs'c are glad to note tiat the Re-
gents have acted so wisely iti retov
log the Greek inscription which as
been a puzzlie to so many stdents.
If the credit for tie erection of this
belongs to any one it certainly be-
longs to tbe donor, -Mr. Waterman.
Why such a meaningless itscription
should have been pt p in the first
place we arc enitely unable to com-
prebend. If this institution expects
benefactions in te fture de cred-
it mst le given for those received
in the past. It is only jst that
such shonld e tie case.
'i ci recommendations of Dean
Knowlton in his report to tie Re-
gents, looking to the raising of the
standard of tbe law dlepartment are
sorthy of the careful consideration
of the committee to which tie re-
port was submitted. The great im-
provenment in the methods anti
equipment of te law deparnent
this year shtows the progressive spirit
of the department and anything
which will further increase te

can be said without fear of contra-
diction, that ours is the best equip-
ped and most progressive law school
in the land.
ONE thing we have nticed in re-
garil to baseball practice that we
sish ilo suggest a slight criticism
utpon, is thtat out of all our large
numnbler of cantdidates te make-up
of the practice teams is mich ie
samue every day. It is, of course, as
yet too early for all the candidates
to have beetn given a chance, yet
soume of them feel, whien the posi-
tion they are trying for are filled by
(ther nen and the sane ones every
day, that they are not getting a fair
show. W e know that the baseball
mnanagetnent is ready to give all an
equal chance; but, as so tany are
trying, it woouid seem that mtore ew
nien should be called outt
Horsords Acid Phosphate
Is the msosteffective fnd agree-
able remedy in existence for
preventing indigestion, and re
lieving those diseases arising
from a disordered stomach.
Dr. W. W. Gardner, Spingfeld,
Mass., says: tI value it as at ecellett
preventative of indigestion, and a peasan
acidislateid srinkb weioptltery ditedt twiti
water, anid swietne."
Descriptive pamiptlt ree o aplicatiot to
Rumord Cemia Wrs, Prvine,.I
Beae oSuitbsitites andIntiatiotns.
For Sale by all Druggists
J AItES Wv.ODtiiEW, Florist. Grower o1
Roses, Caratiots and Foiwro of slt vari-
ety. Floal dersigns mnade iupo short notice.
No. 10 Otisrvatisey treet, pp. cemetery gate.
-$1.OO! 7
$1.00. UNPRECEDENTED. $1.00.
99511 1sbeidliersed t iityo iomthe rvmininier
of ibielCollg r orirtt$x.oo.

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