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April 07, 1894 - Image 2

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_____________THE U. OF M. DAILY.

PubisuhedtDaity (Bunmon s xcepted) during
tieLCuiee year, by
rH4E U. OF Mi. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Special IDebate Nijlnb~ei-.
OssING to the increased demandI
on our columns we issue a supple-
ment today, and thus sve are enable-
ed to give good space to the account
of the debate.
TuxE plan of changing the order
of work in the University during
the later hours of the dav as describ-
ed in another column is a nmove in
the right (directiots and this is the
time for a free and open discussion
of the qusestion so that the author-
ities may knosv the sentiment of the
studenst body. Every one svill read-
ily see the great advuintage to lie
gained to athletics by sucs un ar-
rangement of svork. We are heart-
ily in favor of the pians for ve be-
lieve that an inmpetus to athletics in
the University, to be secured in no
other svay wiiili e the result of it.
'The svork of the last twvo hours of
the day would have to be entirely
re-arranged and such a plan could
not be put into operation before
next year. 'The columns of T}ii:
lyxity are open to a free discussion
of the plan by the students.
XF, have nothing but praise for
the representatives of Northsvestern

hundred delegates wvere present rep-
rsenting Harvard, Yale, Columbia,rneoLln Stnodjr, C) U B A ]R E R C I TS
Lehigh. University of Michigan, foran
University of Pennsylvania, hiniver- What they will1 do fryou an how L0ob-
sity of the City of New York, Uni- ! w tamr them.
versity of Rochester, Northwest _____
university, Syracuse university, Cot- TRADE RECEIPTS.
gate, and University of Wisconsin.
I. G. Long, of 'Michigan, spoke on are couipotis isstued by smerchats for the purpose of shiowinig the
''Th Scola inPoltic. Oheramonotst of ctssh trade they get frotin subscribers for thin Columsbiat:
"TheSchlarin oliics" OherCyclopedia.
addresses were made by college rep-TR D RE iP S
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responding wills Prof. Griffin in '
regard to an early examination in1 TRADE RECEIPTS.
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that the examination will not be ( you must buy anty toore ltsyutase stow buying.
held instil after the lectures have all TRADE RECEIPTS.
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Dr. W. W. Gardner, Springfietd,
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THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS ISSUE TRADE RECEIPTS:
ERA i'TILIt i'Il &)(l-tIAE1L, Ufupia 1 Mlilliers.
J1. F. IIEIZLE. Meats. ANN 1IIIt dIF S1I IXUN~f'I)lIt
sTia EIIIEI{ n&- (0.. roceries a11(1C(ockery,
Iu w--w n0

University wvho so ably represented acidulatdink sibwhsenspioperlyIdilutedl wiii
their university in the I iter-collegi- wat eaind sweetenedh."
ate debate last night. In the wvordsj

of Presicheint Atngell, we regard them PAvLiiACE lii+i BARBEtreRii + SHOPii h
Rumford ChemicaitWQrkas,Pnov idence,R. PLG BRE i.S-O
as msembers of the igreat fasily -of ne1snft bsiiAntd sitBathsiisss -S t iiinuc4.. W0E N, licit)
cefeatedh, ee feel no dismIiiy, as our t I-
opponents wcere wurthsy of our steel. THlE NAME TO REMEMBER _ - OlQ I+ S, FK OVVI qS
No evenst of its kind its thi later liii-i s i iv sstx us IN l D 't:tI 10DJ
toyof the University of \Michigan « u ,.fP!hP ist NN IH. F. lorit.l eletn 5. Suit.t A15-,
xill conmpare stth the debate last ' - The name stands for just wihat it;s
nighst. We have nmade no nmistake B IC~jY C Lj E J1 The Oest Bicycle built for $1t26,00.
in securing Northwestern University fl11aseuafl auic l l~aowfl Tenni«>s. Y
vetildinsiBtaseba aicil isiILawns e i-uiuivi
for a series of annual debates, as the i-s-- are cil vd(xvlsh-iViy bnougusssi the U.5,. suiuinJ$JIS
result of last night's contest still at- liii ti i'its _ in iii itebes. Coii uii'e ilu-
test. Whileste stere sefeated by A. V. 'i'P& O A.ciiiG.uiiSpinivg & Brosive .-,
only four points, wte were fairly IDA-y-Z+gL- ONTO- Chicago. New York. Philadelphia,
beaten and still offer no extenuatinig FRTN TO A
excuses. To the winners "Tfv11 , -FIRT N TIO AL ANKIisireLEADtNG SCHOOL OF BIJSINES
OF ANN RBOR, uaid SHORTHAND. 'Mtugiiiiicen tisituiiug;xnine
offers the sincere congratulations, ofo AN rOR. nb-boo irwrk ees eeadirom; uiitdiy eniii;ien
the student body of lihi n any. Capitl,$50,.00. Surpuusud tf t 5 Satiiuuiirda ein reei l pitisopeniigr.cthe etiryers
Trans-acts augeneralbasnkinglbitness.Fo-ue.. . tnfaiities for p ci-l u deteus itnpus
asrsthe victors a hearty welcome- eigns exnebos'bught and scud. Leuters of dns-etluu uiotidgadausgtiarantesdut i-I. .5 ncn
asues V5}d t credit rucerit rfoerutraseler's abroad. excecis st Siuts 5per urek in private fauities.
to this university citysthenever they Fo.h.B tFe .wOABdOOstir bunewilr atuuisic, naddress
seeit to pay us a visit. v, P. R. CLEARY, PutS.
____________ScOhool if Dancing. fGronilolor,
Th-eulcnLau.' .t MAYNARD STREET. li mers n Jl, TZC 2
Th eutcnLau. $30.00 to $50.00 SAVED tNGcr2S ua - sinsv. Sguip ts c uusui t> 1,t~t
The N ational College Republican GB 1\ 6.kO oe -nra anin uins.Pyinter
Canbt rete fo Pivae ~irie, Wep eurol avi uucng s pstsut. Ilas ftitr
lauopndits first session at Otil :y Ntuu;txuii55tipubl- uOi5i ticii i ic B r iepsit Boxespointl. tnst
teagvndse epened u~.,i''.c . ios-.Bnuti s , set c.vt , tetni is' d en
Ab ut tw t s- s,. diver 12,ill0i-stoi ck ash ortimts 51 ann :;muist ivintru ced.i i Retidec ' i tPen. F. . EE, Cas-ier .
Syracuse yesterday. Aotto\~FNL V\TD n fiea cdiy akoe audyeeig

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