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March 24, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-24

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lotn0 i Dail (bunay excepted) dunge
the Colee year, by
Sbcription price t2.,w per year. itariably
ini aeater sir opsd entsrt. Sbsibcrip-
noatstay be left at the otice ot the tii,
st toffet, with ay of the editor or
authorized olicitor.
Comatuiations shold reach the otfice by
7 ociock P. M. i they aer to appear the et
=day. Addrets all matter inteded tr pblia-
lisa to the Maagitg Editor. All bsinet
aauaicaioat should be sentt to the Boat'-
aee Manager.
Ann Arbor. Mich.
C. A.Ditos , tLawe'"i, Mtaagitic Editr.
IibA.S. tt,tit, fit. '4, Acsisiiti.
7, t.. Ocaic, i. 'r, Asistat.
P' .Ecs, tLsw'i, Asahi xii.
J. A. tisititY, Lit. '96, Atsietic Ndio%
.fs.A. .aal, fit. '7, Bsiaes Matager.
i. B. c; siicis. '54. Ik" 1'. Hall. '5.
c. Y. SA ctisi,'01. 'F. L cti a'. .
f. Y. Lyle, 'fi. (H 1) loins, 'O.
Aaes Mollcy 'ill
Carei't. snlt iS sjsel. tOiMEOPATtI.
ttsisey(:io moaSpsc .(5.. eoinsi,'ti.
'PiaE proposed lcturcs ott practi-
cal legal subjects by the profcsorx
will meet the approval of thc lass
students and furnish thenm such in'
fornmation as is essential to young
practitioners. This is another ad'
vance nade by our law department
with a viewy of making the intru-
tion more practical.
'l'siedetitors of the -Palladium
have used their best judgment in
excluding all grinds front their at-
nual. It is certainly tmore i kep
ing with moderna unversiy lift, to
keep objectional grinds out cof all
student publications, for grinuls are
suall y based upon the he'rsoial
malice or ill-wiii of the writes.
An Eouent Pritan.
- -
intensdeilforytheieicek o lIoydlGar
noson, andl of oiv Phiillips had at
last fount) his c lieniti--umanity
Itettiereuponi relatedl owy 'hilips
in Newv York hadleon all Irish
hearts for the cause of freeudomatby
telling busy O'Connell refissltt
accept a large sum0 for Ireland from
a slave planterbecause of his abhor
rence of slavery.
Every great rvolution produces
an agitator, a statesman antI a
prophet. 'The revolution of the
present century found its agitator
in Phillips its satesman its Sumner,
ansi its prophet in Beecher.
No man ever contributesd so tuch
ripe scholarship to American poli-
tics as did Sumner.
Conscience entered the senate in
the person of Sumner, as compro-

mite in the person of Clay, wvas
going out. There wvas never a more
eloquent act than that of Masna-
chusetts, in leaving the neat of Suns'
nor vacant for over a j year after he
hsad fatten mimed anid bleeding on
the floor of the senate, fronm the
attack iif brooks.
The most critical point of our
civil userswas when Bleecher set sail
for England. Point to a iner
chapter of statesmanship than
Beecher's eloquent aIpeals for free-
donm, whicls finally wvon the whole
of Etsgland to our cause.
Phillips wvas the Grecians, Sumner
the first old Roman, wvhile Bheechier
held in Isis mind all the richness of
the orient, its grandeur and beauty.
More effective titan Chicamauga or
Mission Ritdge, xvere the burning


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