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May 02, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-02

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Putlisbed Daily (unays eeoped) during
EtE(ol ee ear, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subcriptio price r_.5 per year, invariably
in adane Single copies 3 cent. Sbsrip-
tona may be left at te office of te DAILY,
ato Soffiet, wt any of te ediora or
autborzed soliitor.
Communicationa sbold reacb te office by
7 o'c1ock . . if tey are to appear te net
day. Addreaa all matter intended for publica-
lion to te Managing Editor. All bsineas
communiationa sold be sent to te Bsi-
csa Manager.
THE U. of M. DAILY.
Ann Aror, Mih.
EDITORS.I
J. L. Lotte, Lit. '5, Managing Editor.
F. H. Wiiar, Lit. '95, Asisant.
S.B.'Siit.E, Lit. '95, Asitat.
.. A. Lexo, LiL 't6, Aleti Editor.
VN. A. M1oo, Lit. '7, Bosinesa Manager.
L. . f ti s oYn 9. C . H. Too le. il.
Li. . Pratt , 04.. i i t. . Evn ,,, '9.
Minni' Tonputi. '0. t11ca..
CrrieV. moutlt, ape 1. 7. L.'Sartidoe, '0.
H et y Ctltmto cs un-'. 8 . Nilil-k, 'ti.
Altutpy mo-c Ocat the leC oitieeliu.mi
of the ty of pblittrito.
THE DAILY calls attention once
more to the noise made on the cam-
pito during ball games. Yesterday
afternoon there seemed to be no
abatement in the racket made.
President Angell, while willing to
allosv every lierty withi reason,
rightfully holds that classes must
not he broken up and is deternined,
itnless there is less noise hereafter,
that the games wiii have to e stop-
ped. The students have now fair
warning and much depends upon
their action between nlotw and next
Monday night when the board of
control meet to consider the matter.
THE probable action of the faculty
in reducing the number of hor re-
tuired for graduation will mieet the
approval of all students. The
DAIY could never understand why,
when all the literary, degrees were
cunsidered equal, a premiuns should
be put on the A. 1. degree. Again,
a student under the present systems
feels compelled to carry sixteen or
eighteen hours and as a consequence
cannot do jtstice to any course.
The work at Harvard averages aboti
tteve hours per seek and we be-
lieve that nmore thorough work can
be tone with this nunber.
Wstrn intrcollegiate Field-Day.
The first general intercollegiate
track and field championship nmeet-
lug of the west wiii be held in Chi-
cago June and, under the auspices
of the Chicago athletic association.
The program, which is the same
as that of the American intercoll-

egiates of the East, except the bi-
cycle race, is as follows: soo yards
run; 220 yards run; 440 yards run;
8o yardls rin; mite run; mile walk;
ian yards hurdle; running high
jump; runnsing broad jtump; pole
vaitlt; throwing 16-pound hammer;
putting 16-pound shot.
The gasmes wiii be held at the
South~ site ball park on a third of a
msile tract. Entries are open to
msembhers of any western college and

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The name stands for just what it is.
The host Bicycle built for $125.00.
Baseball andsi a,%is Treania.
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