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May 07, 1894 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

C fPised Daily (Sundays excepted) during
Et[Coieve year. by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION.
THE faculty are now investigating
the recent hazing ontrage and are in
a fair way to unravel the mystery.
Should the guilty parties he caught
they will he rightly dealt with in the
most severe manner.
IN another column the DAILY pre-
sents the football outlook for next
fall which is most encouraging. The
present, however, is all important
and the bad luck of the baseball
team should be a stimulus for all to
turn out on the next fair day and
encourage the teain by their pres-
ence and voicee
Game Prevented by Rain.
At present it looks as if the rec-
ord of bonse gamnes this season is to
be one of "games prevented by
rain."' Both Northsvestern and our
own team svere feeling in fine trim
Saturdlay, and the rain, which came
before the teams could get on the
field, caused great disappointment
all around. Northwestern wvas anx-
ious for a second game, but could
not stay over, so another game has
been arranged for. The date will
be Wednesday, May 16i, if consent
can be obtained from the Board of
Control for another game in the
middle of the week. If not, the
game will be played later on.

the Y. M. C. A. There is great
need in this new field for men of
ability and education. The churches
fail to reach the young men. The
Y. M1. C. A. more nearly touches
them than does any other organiza-
tion. It reaches many through the
attractirns- of its gymnasium, as it
is far ahead of every other organiza-
tion in amateur athletics. The ed-
ucational idea has only begun to he
developed, and is sure to result in
the establishment of a systematic
course.
The director of so important a
work as that of the Y. M. C. A.
needs to be a diplomat, a financier,
and a social leader. The professions
are over-crosvded and could well
spare some of their brightest young
men for this work of general secre-
tary, in svhich the densand is greater
than the supply.
Notice.
FINACE.--Mr. Dixon will meet
j(hs quz sections iin Fiiance at two
instead of three o'clock next week.
.Mr. I-f. D. Geiger, '93 dent, of
Alpena, is visiting friends in town.,
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
Is the most effective and agrree-
able remedy in existence for
preventing indigestion, and re-

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S, C. A. Banquet.
'The second annual banquet of
the Student' Christian assoucation
svas givers at Nesvberry hatl, Satur-
day evening, Mlay 5. The banquet
was given by the retirinsg to the in-
coming cabiiset. 1-our loisg tabhiens
were spsreadt in the library roons and
here the guests, over sixty in nuta-
ber, were served with daiinty anid
carefully prepared refreshmenits.
?Miss Anna L.. RIichardts acted as
toastmiaster in a charmtig otauser,
calling, in turn, uponi Mr. Gi!-
Chsrist, Pruof. Stecie, u[r. Wilcox,
M\iss iBlount, Ar. Vart:'Tassell sn)
Mr, Mansny to respoisd to toists. Iti
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ciatiols ace nosyits the liandis of the
nesv officers-
The General -SeOretaryshiO-.
Mr. Vans 'uyl, of Detroit, ad-
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