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March 28, 1894 - Image 2

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,ZC. of ~~~i~
rublished Daily (Sundays excepted) during
tnt:Collteesear, by
Subscription price V4.5ii per year, invariably
in advance Single copies 31 cents. Subscrip-
ten nay be left at the ottce of the D AiMY,
at Stoffetas, with any of the editiors or
authorized nolicitors.
Comunications should reach the office by
7 oclock Ps .ifi they are to appear the next
lfay. Addressn all matter intended toe publica-
nion to the Mianaging Editor. All tbusiness
oonunicationn nhould be ent to te Busi-
Ann Arbor. Xich.
C, A. liNvisiti, Law '00, Managing Elditor.
If. A. SPALD~IN, Lit. '04, AstiStotti3.
J..L. LoTtl:, Lit. '95, Assistanot.
P. 6YWs.iraftsLtic'lii, Atssistaint.
J. A. itLEt Y, Lit. '96, AthiletceEditor.
W.Ni. A. blonk, Lii. '9, Buninena Manager.
LITEARY li.Iteo I tLl.
H. B). GAniot '4. It ei.Hal'.,.
vP. Sadtler'W EL. l t itdlei, '90.
E. Y. tyle, '6 H . ols.tis, '96.
Agoes Mtirlt'y ,7
fltarryCole'a'ioSpc") 'l. I(. GIrnkoins,,'94.
All copy musot be at thfe offtc0 befotre ,;0.01n
cc the day itt pulictsin
The Editors do not hold temsterlves responi-
sible for the sptiitnstorstatrments itftories-
pondents, apiproring ini the DAttY.
1EVERY indication points to a vety
succestful junior hop thio year, as
good judgmient and excellent table
hat been used in makieg the or-
rangemento for the hop. Evidently
it will be the most successful social
event in the mtid-college year. Mtuch
credit is due to those basing the
matter in charge for the manner ito
which all the arrasgements have
been made.
A .1. studetits who are looking for-
ward to thle professionl of teacing

of t14.00 for the round trip has
been sectored of the railroads and
loy rates at the hotelo, no the trip
need not he an expensive one. Let
all wvbo can. attend.
Annual Meeting Oratorical Ann'n.
The L?. of M5. Oratorical associa-
lion holds it annual mteeting for the
electicon of officers arid a third dele:
gate to the Northern League Orator-
ical contest on Tuesday evening;
April 3, at 7:15 sharp in Room 24.
Cnicrtouisn Bit's, c
Thocuniversity of ttali is strug-
gling withi the probleni of getting
through thec next two years on 823,-
G~en. liarrisoni and :Prof. Griggs
will deliver tile first addresses be-
fore tse newely organized Ethical
Congress in San Francisco.
Students at PlidaPestl atdopteid a
barbarous wvay of shooing their re-
spects to the late patriot, 1-ossutts,
mainly by breaking windows in
thsose houses thlat oould loot display
signs of moulrning.
Horsfor dis Acid Phosphate
Is the msost eff'ective tand agree-I
able renledy in existence for
preventinig indigestioni, and re-
liexiii those disetases arisng
fr0111 ttdisoriees'i1 Ot l.

t'.t-e~b -n euctio i gven. yourpln frjlanngu,
ithidolr latr in ife
the graetltarygorteuwtodhs gever nown; theplano ainliba
Renetnowin theoeiahofery membnheoer forfmilyhe mkiofou
htreioerie of ecefandimt.Heacillkhnwldgeofwhtetord
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wonyorcteiobonlynfOneolatellforw aladei to ouwharesprupaidw
thetti en ist a2vmes th re rmanuugt$9b)itogbegittrhoe teof
the reatestaiteaytoretreittnd hsevll eaun;tfulaieofa ier ati
wdcibesnwith terhe bonenverch eder f mu amihelepotedachnday.
isu stongly bondeineer favy public ib ary in the wowrldihsorfar a te fcetsc
lastfor ytearsoveretof cncei. and the 00prac .itickoledgof '0te w'orldt
Iour'adrit wowth tyncharesigttmat e mao r aoft oc. aTs doh'ttwan
yoht ti' .tsloco lfyothin. If yothiko knwhoot ' (fli .Sotu ill:: acttott
(0cetsa tais(t barmittedul ins Vi. A beautiuiosynsUi
is sronly bundin havyitis i. Mcioversowhih. w.ith51;otrc s. il

ings of the Schoolniaster's 'lb, Dr'W.W. arn, ttilttl
Friday afternoon and Sat utlay. Moss., says; "I volon it os so excellenst
IMscussiaofciqIuestions vitally ef- prevntative off intigestiont, andtiaopeasant
fectitog edolcational interests of Ihigh aciduated trnt h lentoperl'yeiutedi oiti
schools will bte participtated in by a aeansetnd.
camber of representative principals___
and high schtool teachers as well as
anumber of th1 faculty of the U- Oort~''p't:pt- reitopi~ttt
oc I tO RumfordCihemical WorksProvidenceRI.
versity. We are lundoubtedly op. BeotaretIofSbttutsrandolImitattiins.
proaching a revolution in education
and some new ideas will heeIthorougho- For Sale by all Druggists
lv discussed.

11(as ier to MIci , the lttttir'c t;t of :-10 volltoitto of lRevioteol Lotnlro ia
hroittttoiat, s rthoort os'itttt, ttlott t' totlt your. DiittSalt'innos Bttiot'for twhich t

IN anothor column of this issue
appears a complete account ef the
third annual convention of the :Re-
publican College League of Anierica
to be held in Syracuse, New York.
Thin convention will be the most in-
teresting and important in thle his-
tory of the League. As many stuidents
from Mtichigan should arrange to at-
tend as can possibly do so, for our
institution should have a special in-
terest in the League, inasmuch as it
was organized here. A special rate

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