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May 15, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-15

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____________ E U. OF M. DAILY.

YOU'D ENJO~Y S
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AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.

T ENN IS BASE BALL AND SPORTING GOODS
Which they oiler at prices Guiaranited to be as Low uaian)e
Oibtained Elsewhere..... .. .. .
/ WINCHELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY n U. OF M. FLAGS.
2JD a~CtT~t ~JE2ELrinSilvr, e, n elid la
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UNIVERSITY NOTES.
The Univeraity of Illinois leanm
yesterday defeated the London,
(Ont.), Alerts by a acore of s2 to
The junior medics, in a clata
meeting Monday, passed resolationa
in favor of Mir. Swindle acting as
ianitor elf te'Watermntiuvuna-

He gave an interesting synopsisI
of two of Ibaen's plays. The first
was the dranmatic poem, "Peer
Gynt,'' which might be called the
comedy of self-indulgence, ft is a
satire ons the nationsal character of
the Norweaians, on their lack of
mloral backbone. This drama won~
for the author a great reputation in

Witht a Finte Line of Imp~ortedfanod
Daomestic
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SPRICENGSTRIGHT
jO(UR LINE OF
RZOR TOES.
Gooclpeed'l
17 S. MAIN ST.

A. Pill ye'ar'c. libttesral guar-
antic' saves you ftr0111 Wtrr'y
abosut ailloo taSililt' ililj1fee.
tions.
125 lbs. utli a o.
SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
STAR STEAM LAUNDRY
BOWIDISH & HOUSE. Proprietors.
anniE, 31 aaUTH STATE aTREET.

Dr. II. 'M\. Joy, '92 osedic, for- - a a pout.
merly leader of the Glee club, is The oecond play. the 'Young
visiting the Usia-crafty, preparatory Men's League," is a vigorous and
to leaving for Europe, wahere ftc saL - telling pic tore of practical politico,
conatintue rihe stady of ms-dicine. and is a tavorite in this coiuntry be-
0 4 - {cause ft is applicable to thte condf-
Lontrn oa t~en- Lions of American life. The play
Room 24 wsa filled yeterday af- shoavs that thte author has no lose
ternoon at five o'clock by interested for democracy, but it is not an at-
listeners to Prof. Thomas's last lee- tack upon liberal principles. ft is a
tore on Ibsen. The course is not draimatic picture of life in which tlte
completed, but must be discontinued characters are not meant to be rep-
on account of the professor's lack of resentatives of types, but are simply
time in which to prepare the lectures well drawn individuals. One nmust
on the remaining plays. He expects avoid reading into Ibsen's plays
to devote some time during the sum- meanings which are not there. Hfis
mec to them, and will give them at works are those of an artist, not of
the beginning of next year. a pamphleteer.

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