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April 24, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-24

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_____________THE U. OF M. DAILY.

'ZC. of 'M.1T(.Jifu.
Publihed Daly (Suaytas exceptd) drin.
cuc{College yeear, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subcriptioa price +R:.0 per year. invariably
io advance Sige opira 0 cent. Sbcrip-
lions may be left at the otie of the DAaaY,v
at Stolietas,teth ay of the ediora or
athorized solicitor.
tommunicatioaa hold reach the amfier by
7o'loch P. M. if they are to appear the exa
day. Addreaa all matter intended oe pblica
ten to tte Managing Editor. All batines
commuanietion hold be ent to the Bsef
aeasManager.
THE U. f . DAILY,
Ann Arbr. Mich.
EDITORS.
J. L. Luain,,,Lit '5, Managing Editor.
F. P. ScLEt, Lit. '6, Asistant.
E. H. WLLTAM, Lit. '5, Asistnt.
S.B. OSiaue, Lit. '5, Assiaoet
J. A. Ltoec, Lit. '5, Atletic Editor.
Wm. A. MesonG, Lit. '7, Baines Macager.
LY..A.vtchoety9. C H. Twer.'0.
I. A. Prattl,'0 , . BFeate-, 019.
Mtinnoie' 'T'omcpsonte9. F.'T seetc. at5
arre'.. ScoihiS I.fee- ..FL. Saidil, '5.
Illcr Cll eteceStel. P. L. Ntlto,' .0
All copy mstbe'eatte ofice beriie5:30 m
o1 te day opuebliatio. M111. V w
Avr the metiug of the regents
during the holidays, notting perhaps
wao of so much interest to the
student body as the appointing
of a physicat director for the gym.
It shosed that the regents meant
business and that tte coming fal
wilt find everything is readiness for
good hard training in the big build-
ing. ____ _
TxlE stowing made by the base-
ball team on the trip just closed aa
certainly been gratifying. When
they left, they ad hail only a badly
broken up period of practice, with-
out thse experience of anything
better than practice ganmes. ''le
record they hare nmade is ter-fore
one to he iproiud of and we cigrato-
late the management on their suc-
cess. As for Wisconsin's dirty
action,se can only say that se are
sorry that se shall probably not
have another chance at them.
ic' becomes our ad duty to chroni-
cle the death of Dr. Corydon L.
Ford, who for forty years held an
honored position in the nedical
faculty. Dr. Ford was a man who
added to the reputation of the Uni-
versity in which hie taught, and who
in dying has left a void which will,
he very difficult to fill. As a teacher
Dr. Ford sas at the very head of
the subject whicha he taught and
many doctors who are gray now re-
member withs reverence the man
who made anatomy a delight. For
hit services to the University as a
teacher alone, we owe him a lasting
debt, but even in dying he has re-

nmentbered the University he loved
so well, and left a gift to our library
and the Christian association sehich
is atepreciated beyond measure. No
such bequest was needed to perpetu-
ate hio memsory, for as long as the
Unieersity stands his namse ill be
cherished as one of its greatest bene-
factors.
A Victorious Trip.

CjOL[MBIAiA TRAH REcE IrT'N.
What they will do for you and how to ob-
tain them.
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amontt of cnslh trade they get fron susbsct'ibers for the Col slabian.,

(Coctinurd from fras eage.)TR D RE IP S
heavy batters. Hit fielding wasTR D RE iP S
good also. eati be secured to the full anmount of your purchases froto all mel'-
Bently's fielding was very accept- chatits on our list by presenotinlg an Identification Card issued by us.
able. He weent in to pitch against 'shoowing float yots are a subscriber for the Colutmbian Cyclopedia.
Center, but was replaced by Hollis- TRADE RECEIPTS.
ter.~~~~ Ido nttteeastanty increase in tile price of gocods pcurcltased, or flint
jApperson did no svork, except as youn musst buy anty sore thans yott are now busying.-
fielder in one game, for Smelteer TRADE RECEIPTS.
proved more thane equal to the taskc
otctcting Smlter' ovrk e-cost eabsolutely niothintg except flee trloble of goig to the stores
ofcachng Selze swok e-where they tmay be obtaitsed antd msaing your pttrchaes ithere.
hind floe bat was phenonsenal, con-
sidering his lack of practice, and he TRADE RECEIPTS.
tied Wentsvorths for secondt place inO as far asv tierclhatnts cre cotncertsed tieans itncreasedl trade fur thetis
the batting list. antd thaeeustolllers are to share fthe benefits of it.

Prof. Mechem Will Stay.

A rumlor among the lasv studenots
that Prof. 1\techeni intended leaving
thoe Unieersity to accept slhe position
of dean of thec St. Louis law school
at a large salary is without. founda-
lion. Wehen interviewed in regard
to tlse matter yesterday, Prof.: Mech-
em acknowledged thast be had re-
ceived several calls to other schools.
One had been received recently but
bad not been accepted. The idea
of severing his connection with the
University had not been seriously
considered by hitu.
Is the noost effective and agree-{
able renmedy in existence for
preventing indigestion, and re-
lieving those diseases rising
from a disordered stomach.
Dr. W. W. Gardner, Springfield,
Mass., says: -It value it as as excellent
preventative of endieestion, and a pleasant
acidalated deink when properly dilated with
water, aad sweetened."
Descriptive peemphet free on applicatiotn to
Rumford Chemical Works, Providence,R.I.
Beware of Substitatesaend Imitations.
For Sale by all Druggiats

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for a set elf the Coluiatinet Cyclopedia lit regsular liie.
TRADE RECEIPTS.
will tiserefore secure fot'y-ousssbolutely free of ciost e reference li-
brai'yiif 32 volones, 20',000 pages soil 7,000 illustratioos.
TRADE RECEIPTS.
to floe oioousttof twetyx-five dollaris secsiied front any eor all oif the,
stores will etititloevets to a voloimoe of the Coilumsbiatn Cyclopedia.
Extrai Olive inuding'.
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EItE''tRIACH I 1IIRWARfE CO., A. '1V. (.ORLOISS, Pliofestceaplst.
ST1EMEITT& 1MICHA EL, LUtotpia 3Milisers.
EIIE,.RBA('HDRLUG AND CHEMU11ICAL -AC0,
J1. F-. II)ELZLE , 3Meats. ANN ARBOR IISTrEA.11LAU"ND-)1Z
S'IAEIBLELE & ('0., Groceries and(1 (rockery,

-'L'akes First Place."
The name stands for just what it is,
The bent Bicycle built tue $125.00.
Ilaselsall anad lawix Teusalis.
Opeldiogs Basebacll ad acc tcc in'e'nneis. goodees
are usc'd exclusiv-ely ohecoglioccothce UiS. anecd
Caecadae. Spalding's 'l'rade marl. iseet'ua rante
thai thec;:,oods are' the'ble-s.Compcete ilice-
treeted cataloereadvey. Sent freve.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.,
Chicago. New York. Philaelphia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARiBOR.
Capiteals$50,000. Surplasstend Profits, 930,00.
Trasacts a general banhing business. For-.
eign exchage bought and said. Letters of
credit proured earstraevelers abroad.
P. BACII, Pres. S. W5. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Sehsol of Dusting., tGrount loolrs,
MAYNARD STREET.
GL3ANGR'S MICAOEMY
Can lbetceated fat t ricate Parties, Recep-
tions, tanquetsre.Not.e picblic hell.
Stangers mcust be introduced. cRedence
and office at Ataemy.

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Hoee.c HeeltColdl ad e:S.alt ts.Par-
FL OWVCS, fJ ( QWZ9
COUSINS I HALL, Florists, Tlpon l5
esbte LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
accd SHORTHAND. O1Jagiiec ibueildigt ine t
techrs ael catteda cgood discplie;sutips
tiorceerk;helltscupplitedreadting room- daily letues-e
O:,atayeventingreceeptiacs;op leeiteetitre year
Exetinl aclties ttafeerteplact telcetet ic peei-
ccetae-tctochaletatcsgueeeaetedcetei , lvitt
ruies!t o 0Ic5.0per week naitteae fsauilca..
bar NFc Catalogue, addets
P. R. CLEARY, PRES.
iI4TeJlapiers' ad r 1ncs~n
Capift, $50,000c. Surepluseanotd Profifts Ryoi.
oeo a general bankeing business. Pays inter-
est oen Savings Deposits. Has Safety
Deposit Bases for rent.
R. KEMIPF, Pres. F. B. BELSEB, tasitier.
Banh oarenStturdriy evening.

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