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April 12, 1894 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

? ofPublished Daily (undays e ce pted) during
ul, g~ollee sar, by
"HE U Of M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
DESITiE the many unfavorable cir-
cumstances which have arisen, we
look fora successful spring trip of the
baseball nine. There is nore or
less of doubt as to the result of te
trip, to be sure, but se are confi-
dlent that Michigan will again thus
early set the pace in baseball for
other swesern colleges. Hfowever
ssccessfsl the trip msy be, on be-
half of tie student bidy, we assure
she tears of loyal and hearty
support.__________
IN a tribute to the University of
Minnesota, at a concert given at
that place, te following- verse was
sung:
"There's anotier U. of 3.
buit we blush to speak of thems
In the same breath wih the I of
M. we sing.
Michigan is big of luig,
lit wse fear her knell is rung
Bty the hand of Western football's
omighty ing."
In viewv of Cornell's action toward
Minnesota last fall it sens that
Cornell is nosy tryng to pet avor
wills Minnesota. The reason for
sitch flattering allusiois is too ap-
parent to escape tie notice of te
msot superficial observer.
WrTHth iis issue te DI)Nsiuis-
pends publicatios until after the a-
cation, when the nesv boad of edi-
torns wl s' sume5lflCcontrol tf the
The aerc.'Pie retiring dboardlof edi-
tots ldesire to thank the studeill
body for the mtany favors sli v us'
durinsg the past ,sear. \hie (wetcall I
not ay, asdiditoneIof ou t r worthyv
local contrtmporaries it long since
in a boasting manner, that "wre have.
msade hbt two mistakes'' driig our
editorial tanagemet, the perfect
otan isnuperhunman andi artificial
and if se hare smae istakes curing
ottr career, it was tie to tie fact
that swe are all liable to err. In cc-
tiring swe bespeak for tie new board
all thse favors which sve tue enjoyed.
Withsthese few words se lay down
our editorial pen and "make way for
betterue.''
-Faculty Conert.
'rie following progranm in menory
of Hans von Ituelow will be re-
tiered at Friee Metmoria hal by
thse faculty of tie school of muic,
this evening:
. "JohB lrahuss" Sonata, for
piano and violin, 0o. 7. Vivace

ma non Aroppo, Adagio, Allegro
motto nsoderato. Messrs. Schmasal
and Z.eitz.. O
a. ''Jolt lraltis.'' a. Vergebli-
cites Stuendelten. ib. Wiegeitlied XW hat they will do for you and how to ob-
cLebestrets. ¢Miss Alice Biaiey.
;. "1J. S. Buds." Saraband e. tamo them.
liolurree aisdiFua, for violin solo.
Mr. II. /Zeitz.
4. 'i.van Beethoven." Sonata TRADE RECEIPTS.
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Albion college is publishing a new 1,T A ERE EP S
senti-weekly ipaper, the Btoonmerang. TR D E EP S
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The siest '94o social tutu take place TRADE RECEIPTS.
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