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May 11, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-11

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,ZC. of M .iir t*j{ me" feeling was only confined to
XX~r :J iv A athletic games, the DAILY would re-
main silent; but the same thing is A SLSS
Pubished Daily (Snday xceped) dungs found at every turn. Hay many sy~tws 5Sa iyl t4 e etdson twrait caipit
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDEN ASSOCIATION "female coed"hv .L .tc- came and see s by alt means
WeCan sell ya the Mnach Smalley, Raleigh, Warwick, Redng, Aril, Tribune
ts, how many belong to the literary and nearly any make us the market. Alo stall line oe Ladis' witnel.
Subcripton prie pe a pee year, invariably societies, busy many subscribers are we have mate arrangements Is see purchaser. at the DA tavx te any ight cr te
inn myadvancee ftSingle t()e epioica af cents. eS ahatY gusrip- nexttto'eks rm 6:30 till8 a'-lsk. Laies, riteu a pstal, ant se ilcailli. Or
lans aybe etatthetie t Se aIYthere 5lllo5 them to the college pa- Prieewilmke tedelers hertrnpale
atistutets, nth any oe the edtsaor per, or how many put their names ADRESS,
atharised aliittor.Th
Coummunicatins shuld reach thenffieeby to a subscription lit? The DAILYTh People's Bicycle Co.,
7u)Clock P.M. iti they are to appear the next recognizes that such questions are U________F_______________________________________
ay. Address alt matter intended Cr public-
tn Sn he Managing Editr. Alt business not chivalrous; they are ratheem -___________________________________
cnmmunicainas shtuld be et Sn he Bust- barrassing; but when the "female JA E M .D V S
s Ts E Maae. o .DIY co-ed" forms a fourth part of the J.A IVIES ]VnaDger....
Ann Arbor, Mits, whole number of students, univer-
d. L Loue, anagng dito. ' sity organisations bear so much the:
3.L Lts, i, 3 aagn t.tr harder upon the renmaining three-
F. P. SAnsLER, Lit. 'St, Assitat fourths, and one can not wonder
a'-. H. waset, t. ',, Asitatu t. that there is some grumbling now Awl y Authority o te Courts EXCLUSIVE RIGHT to
J.3. A. LEttstvg, Lit Si.9,Atletic Eaitr. and then that the co-ed never sup- WrdsFi' ohClmina hcg'a~ ld
a. A. Soat;, Li. '7, Business Mnger. ports anything." These remarks sitraSasraico
LITERARY IS. TAl,"si are not made in a crig 4Y
TT. H. Cutcarping criticis- fA
L. A. P'eatt, l'StE.L. Eans, .5. ing spirt, btto awaen i possible U Wi* T
Star"tev. SastSpe. . L,.Martleale, ' som itl siit of college enthusi- V,
Hiry Ctolmanspe"'l.tsE.. Ntit, ' . asm in that part of the student body Original Retouched Stereoscopic Views!
which the writer of the communica-
tion deignates as the "fenmale co- 'liatl Ssetlv- ~d t 't' ~ttrst ieWttaClss~~nRpsiit
ed.'' litt. .icn.. ae been: atded Snoawhat tan aready asuyparallldrl ltion::fSom eery etotntry aS
theGlbe, ad e astnawmmtkinite negtves oathe Calioria Miditer tters:-
T< Nrhaesen ay:"TeNotice. Lonsutl Eposititn atSttttFatisco.
THE rthestrn Sys: hee fursish teStat stereitcpe-sse tf every dsceriptint.-
Northwestern men were willing to ORATORICAL ASOCIATON. -lnt- Aty stdent wittsenrgy at: pay his way treoutgh cllege by sellit;our godr
stay and play, Monday, but the portant meeting of the executive ingrvacatioat av ae tttnei ontInterestetryhetgrdsuates.
Miciga tam as ady cippedboard of the Oratorical Association aL.neorcmpe t'tltgsetttdlfCll stnfomtn:, arsls
Michgantea wa baly ripledFriday, May I, at5 p. i., in room
and its supporters were glad Ibit 2. All members of the board are ETA 'rr M _iL T=S
the weather nmade it impossible for expected to be present.
the clubs to play Saturday." The J. H. QUARLES, Pres. At any of the follnwing titloes:
above will be newssto the "support- - - .-015---------- osArhs 5I~,Pista, 1a. 30 \. Adelaie 5t,, Tnnot, Can.
er"o h alteam. The one fact 1107 Dlman S., St. Louis, Mno. 59 S. Miral's Rns, Livepl, Rg.
er'o h alBerlin, Germany. Sytny, Asralia.
that Michigan men were offering two ° " Ctyof Meio,
and three dollars to one on the c- J IiJ r ji, PLEASE MENTION THIS PAPER".
sut shows our lack of confidence. !J____________________________
Again, the score of seven to one in
our game at Northwestern on April wPLC ABR+SO
25, shows how badly we were "crip Horsford's Acid Phosphate " Ad Bath Rosunt. W. II. OWENl,Irni..
}' p"NO 4 as Huron st.. oppite Cute
pled." Besides, Michigan is not rHe. tit ldad labstBth.Po.
made very 'glad" by the paying of Is the most effective rnd agree- -
large guarantees, and the DAILY be- able reed in existencefo
ieves, even in our badly "cripp' 'd" UI VRTIGADrEYOY
state, that the Northwestern: will peetn nietoadr- "ae i-tPlace." CUNIX & ALL IQritl.2 . a !J~ne"iti.Aer.
have to account for their Idreal if The name stands Cr just what it is
thee s gme ex ~dd lieving those diseases arisng The Ost Bicyce but tfSue$12500
from a tliso'der'ed stomach. Hasebanl and xawn Tenis.
THE comimunication in another p::ditg'tBasebll situ Lass::en'is gotts
are used elusiely heualtut the U Stand
column from an irate "female co- r Ca'n ader pighlOtad:.Spadi suTade marl rs u siat
Dr.W. . Grdnr, prigf sidtar hi' 'tttilart he est. Ctmpltte is
ed' furnishes food for thought. Ms. as , ao tr~ rteetlttt eiy etiIe
The communication states that "Ila- A.S.Sali. & Bo.
pevenatiref tndigestin, and a pleasant Chcago. New York. Philadelphia9
dies' interests in such things [base acidlated din when prperly ditaed with
ball] depend upon their gentlemen watr, and sweteed." FIRSTN AIONAL BANK IthSb LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
friends. " And "if ladies (do not ___O ANN ASISOtechrsRlg atendTane d dscie super-
haegentlemen friends xwh'o take an apiS:l, Sallit. Splustantid Pofttts 309O .00 i ,dak ellranppl:edre p1 ent Sodily ectuseyes
itrsinscthnsno more do eci v' :np7 ttrea::ptlrtis r'rau ats aguttral bsnkig bsinsse. br- Sve ie tl cliti:esiorplavigat I isips-
inersuimucfhigo rd ChemiatWrks,Prvidenuse,.I. etgue: chtntt. bouht atd sad. Letters oCfiltn5siet. IigaduSat: u"",a s Ste in
they." In otherrvords, ae have B:sea Sbcrt' ttlltstsn~. ueditrurd fortraelers'ratboad C esBusr. s' t 11M2sPere kt s vaeanie
Bewae ofSubsituts an Imiatios. . BACh. Pere. S. . CL,. ItISON, C Ca, . erNeute Clgadress
the same old story-'"if you take uts F S y 1P R CLAR, s'ast
an xvilge; i not, sac wiii stay -at __orSale__b__all__Dru___ists __THE WAVERLY 95 WHEEL , -
home." It is this sentiment which E C LIU N R 54:.i ::sS-r~:'i ie .aS)~jJrue lllfhn
has preventd the "female coed'' Bid2 ESIIIIIONSTE. to110i 1 .nisn'. t 41,,a.,~ ~~ fl
fromlllending her aidI to any omove- antS :,lvrie[. A. F. COVERT, Prop. ]ot e:hii h virlwo os- a -tealta kin;;a.uSites 1 ti. pays,1ter
..' .-: es: on:savirs Despsit. IsisSafely
m tororganization wtinte THE rAtNN ARBORi .A'RGUEl:'Sa P.H.gs Eret,~ s~e
University. lThe idea of going to-P INTNGRndW-N'S DRUG STORE . Sisslilis:ros. F11etSF. SCsir.
gether and paynfifty cents for the aLaia'Atiti~irrss Pear. Ye o n ie Ilsne .'...-
haiviee of aceing a gameseescms to c P BLInINreaersi gnilirer' I LAUxsNDR,
haenever entered their minds. If, ttWrkaSeilt. eLa: des.. Irsin,:.:::r in t2 1i, CIYi-li-R
Stdn okaseily ashiont i Ias brr bty.1,.51iSb0l, L. N.FomtlsAv
however, thils "why don't you take Btrat enas' sidLne't.Priein sthe City. tnt: baerso)M-.SaolN.4XFuthA .

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