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April 25, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-25

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(. offitf. aXry.
Publisbed Daily (Sundays excepted) during
in, (Colege tar, by
TODAY we publish a full statement
of the facts in connection with the
Wisconsin game. We have noth-
ing further to remark, as the facts
speak for themselves. Our advice
to Wisconsin is that they hereafter
reserve their celebrations, bonfires,
etc., for victories. The fact that
their own manager found it neces-
sary to apologize for their unfair
treatnment is sufficient comment
uipoti it.
TuE current number of the Re-
ord should be read by every tudent
who desires tot be posted in regard
to the attituile of the faculty on
Various matters of interest. the
article oii athletics shows that te
faculty intend to encourage physical
training by every nieans in their
powver. the announcement that
they have decided to give przes an-
nutaly for all arounil athletics is
especially gratifying, nit retioves
once for all any doub as to their
THE editors of Tlo-Wit: are to be
congratulated upon the artistic ap-
pearance antd literary merit of their
book. They have wisely excluded
all grinds and witicisms nit in con-
sequence have presented an annual
which will be of lasting value. In
founding To-Wit: the University of
Michigan publishes the second law
annual in the country, the ale
Shingle being the other. Although
grave doubtbs have been exirssed
by some in regard to the exps'leny
of adding another publi~aon to
our already somewhat extended list,
we do not believe that To-Wit: wiii
seriously infinge upon the field of
any other paper, catering as it does
almost entirely to the law student.
To these students we heartily cont-
nend the book as it is indeed a
most creditable effort.
The University Reord.
'rhe University Record for April is
now on sale. We have only space
to mention the more lengthy arti-
cles: "'rhe fIncrease of the Annual
Fee," fully justifies the late addition
made by the regents, and shows that
our fees are far below those of any
other university. "New M~odes of
UniversityAdministration" is a sum-
mary of the late trip made by some
of the regerts and professors to the
eastern aw schools. There is an

interesting article on "The Roya , "
Cmiso onScnayEua] A"tion.' Prof. A. I-. Pattengill has an tilL[M I l
importaint contribution on ''Ath-
letics in the University." He shows Wht te il ofryo n owtUb
that the faculty have the interest of tain thenm.
athletics at hseart and stales that ________ _
trey will offer prizes for general TRADE RECEIPTS.
athletics next year.
Professor Knowlton writes on are cotiponts issused by mterchants for the purpose of sliowinig the
Eastrn aw choos. he estamosut of cash trade they get fromi subscribers for thin Columsbiana
"Easern aw choos."The estCyclopedia.
of the paper is taken up with a re-
view of the Schoolmaster's club TRADE RECEIPTS.
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tories. TIhere is also a complete chants ott our list by presenting an identification Card issued by is
schedule cof the Summer school and showing.lthat you at-n a subscriber for the Columsbiau Cyclopedia.
the "Latin Tests of the Roman TRADE RECEIP'TS.
Lasw.'' do tiot miearnansy increase in the price of goods turchaised, or fliat
Track Men Out. youtlmust buy any nmore flin you are nsow buying.
Qluite a nuasber of men were out TRADE RECEIPTS.
ott the field yesterday and training cost absoltitely tiotiing except the trousble of gointol the storeo
is nosy to begin in earnest. The where lhey tmiy be obtaitied anid mtakinig your- purchitses theie.
freshmnen are stanifesting great inter-TR D RE IP S
jest in track and field work, and theTR D RE IP S

other classes wiii need to look out
for their lautrels. 'T'le track wiii be
rolled for this afternoon and there
should be at least fifty nien out for
practice. M~en are needed in the
field events especially as well as in
the distance runs.
h-osesf cxds'c' AcidIPh ontI-sf

ats far as iechatits tire concernied isietuns itncreased linde foi theisr
anti hattt customiers tire to share the benefits of it.
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stores will enititle yosu to at vol utie of the Colutmsbitin Cyclopedia.
Extra OlivelBitndingc.

EBEIEISAZB CII HIIDfi)AI I: CU., A. W. ('OffLISS, Plisofugiaplies'.
Is he os efeciveanda~ree wtEIImmI'U'I' & MI'IAEL, tUtofa It ulinerS.
Is ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~I tesoteeciendare BEIBA('H 1 )IIUG AND CHIEMICAL CO,
able remedy in existence for J. I-'. I4OE'I~ZIjIllMeats. ANN A;ttlOi wSTEAMl LAUNDRlY.
S'IAEBII" t&('0., (Groceries andtiC('ocker)
prseventing indigestion,anud re- DISWMIJ~v7GA I\=

lievinig tli~se diseases riuin g I

fi-'oli a disordered stomachs.
r. W. . Gardner, _pish
Mass., says: "I valise it ax attexcellenst
preventative of indigestion, andI'a pleasant
acidulated dirisnk whesn property diluted with "'Takes First Placen."
water, ands sweetenes."I The name stands Poe just what it is.
The best Bicycle built for $125.00.
Bnasebsall andctI,awii Tenniis.
Spaslding'stBairsbllstud Lawrn ni od
tDescriptiverpsamphlst rfree on applicastionttoliiarei is-ei exciusivsely 1 hcsssglsossthe U. S. sanss
Rumford ChemicaliWorksProvidence,R.I. sisatiss 'sosn 'sat'rasdes-miarss:ixsesitsante
newasre ofSitstitutesad Imitations. unrs es talsssss-rady. Senstlre
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OFFICE, 3t9tScUT STAT STREcET. Capitl, $3oes0. Surplussand Peotits,.$30,00i.
Ladles' Atistic Hairdressing Parlors. Tranrscts a generalbsahking businss. For-
eign exchatnge bought ad said. Letesr of
L ADIES' hsairdrssinge, mancuriag, fare credit priocaced for trsivelers ascend.
sail teals treatmenat doner isthseolatetP. BAsIl, Pres. a.W. CLARRKcSON, Csshter.
fsashison. Mrs. J. Itr.'rroi~anassu, 301E.a.xshsi-
ington St., aver barber shop.
Ann ArorSavng B nk School of Dancing. Ground Fhoor.
Ann Arbor lSh apiangvsBases MAYNARD STREET.
An Ab rpuich. RatlSok5000
Orgsaned under taoOenseral Bansking ILaws Uii
of this State. nReceives deposits, buys and lfII11
sells exchatige on the. principal cities of the
ttnited States. Drafts cashed anon proper
identification. OSfey deposit bases to rent. Cano be rcented fatrl'tivateFPartesBReep-
OrrICERS: Christia Muaclk, Pres.; W. D. tios, Blaquet-,etc. Nost.apouslichalltl
Hacclman Vise Preas.;Chass. E. His-oc-k, Cs- Strangers maste be introduced. Residene
shier'-t. A. FritztAAst. Cashier. and otfice at Acadey.r

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and SHORTHAND. Magnificentssussisdingissee
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iorwork;c wielltsuppliedt reastingsroossssailss cur
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ul pio tfacsiities fsr piuscingso usirns in t i-
shsiic-sisrsestsssisadatizessutnesiis.tr. Liinsg
exenrsts $2toss$2.75 pls eekein private famiis.
Fac Nee laaluad dss
fheititnh s' SanJd rhairf' 3auh
Capital,&,(X)0 (Suribplus aild Profitost7y)v.
Dtoes a general banking business. Pays later-
assto Svin Derposits. lsafOsety
D~epos Boxes eor rent.
R. KEMPF, Pres. F.MR. MELOER, Cashiler.
BankhosenOStrdaty evening.

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