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May 01, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-01

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'.of W?~. 1Tit'U.
Publ1shed Daily (Sundays excepted) durin
t heCleee ar, by
f N p . " . I N N O .TH E c o m m u n i c a t i o n i n a n o t h e r
column in regard to the issuing of
rain checks hy the baseali manage-
ment for June rt;, voices the senti-
ment of a large majority of those
present at the field Saturday. As
many students will have left y that
date, such an action is manifestly
unjust. There is some proaility,
however, that the management will
allosv the checks to e used for an
earlier game.
THE rumor that the air bal
teams will e driven from the cams-
pus has causer) general indignation
among the studrents. The an-
nouncemnt made ysterday to the
varioussearball managers fell like
a set blanket upotn the enthusiasm
of both players ansi spectators.
The DAILY does not believe how-
ever that such actiorn will e take.
Nothing could e sore incongr-
ous than the aculty fostering
athletics hy means of pries swith
one hand and crushing them y
driving the teams from the campus
with the other. Such an action at
the present tinme means the destruc-
tion of btts our baseball and foot-
ball teams- If the class teams are
driven asay, they have no place to
go, as the Athletic field is only
large enough for one diamond.
Without class teams there can e
no varsity teant and without varsity
teants gymnasium will e a
mockery. lit the DAMirdoes nt
helieve that things are so bad after
all; if only regular maths games
are precluded no great hams is
done, for it is a question if the Ath-
letic field is (ot the proper place
for such games. Practice games.
will no douthtbe allowed ut the
students are custioned to refrain
front itch demonstrations as oc-
curreti last Friday afternoon.
Senior Hop.
Preparations are being rapily
pushed for the senior hop Friday
night. Special effort is being nmate
to have the gymnasium flor in the
best possible shape for dancing. A
tan has been engaged to pt the
door in order. A large number of
tickets have already been suit)ass)
everything points towardi a brilliant
success for the hop.
The reception committee has been
announced as follows: Robert E.
Jones, chairman; Misses Mary hE.
Duffy, June Carpenter, Fannie M~.
Elliot; lMessrs. H. H. Hunt . P
W. Drew and MI H. Cutcheon.

Those who were at the ball park I O U B AI TREACEiIPTS
Strawhntegmwastpe ' A by rain were given rain checks, good Xw hat they will do for you and how to ob-
only on Jutne t6. This is hardly
fair to a large number of them as tain them.
they will be out of town by that ___________
l ate. Others will be unable to go TRADE RECEIPTS.
from other reasons and their checks
will be useless to them. The are coisponts issued by mterchants fur the purpose of showing the
rentedy oif course would be for the amosunt of cash trade they get fromi subscribers for the Columbian
management to make these checks Cyclopedia.
good for any game.
This may seem to be a small mat- TRADE RECEIPTS.
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considered if the support of the chants on our list by presentig an Identifications Card issued by us.
entire student body is desired by the oi n fln o r usrbrfrtt ouiba ylpda
Athletic association.soigta o r usrbe o h ouba ylpda
Choral Union Notice. do not miean atty increase isatite price of goods purcltased, ortitat
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important. A full and pronmpt at- TRADE RECEIPTS.
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Dr. W. W. Gardner, Springfield, STERRITT & ,MICHAEL, Uitopia Milliners.
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