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May 16, 1894 - Image 2

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J. of .~~Xi~
Published Daily (Sadays excepted) during
Hn+Ioll -e yar, y
Suscription price P.01 per year, invariably
In avance ingei copia 3 enc. Sbcrip-
tionna may be let at the offic cc the DAtLY,
at Stoffetas, wit aty cc the editr cc
authorized solitor.
Cmmuntcations should reach te oftice by
7 o'coch . nt. it they arc t appear the et
dlay. Addeses alt mter itended cr pbica-
ion cc the Mo11nagig Editor. Al butnese
commu~nictiona should be sent to the Bu-
neca Maagesr.
Ainn Arbr. Milah.
J.L'LhF it, Sanagng Edor.
F. . S Anf,fa Li. 'S, Assitat. I
S. H. t Ut "P.iii '0 ota t.
SA e.a zv Lit0 0.Athletic dita.
Wou. A. lio , Li,. 'li7,tBusineosSaager.
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THANKS to the generosity of Gen-
eral Alger the baseball team wil be
abc to travel in the greatest comfort
on their eastern trip. Although
General Alger is not an alumnu of
the University e has asays shown
the greatest interest in its affairs,
and hit giving us the free ue of his
boler and private car since the loan
is entirely disinterested, deserves all
the more the gratitude of the et-
dent body.
THiE communication from "an-
other co-ed" reiterates in part the
"gentlemen friend" argument which
was advanced by a "female co-e"
in Friday's DAILY, and which so ar
as athletics are concerned, the D)ALY
believes has been sufficiently an-
swered. "That it would not be
proper for two or three women to
go to anything unattended" does
apply, of course, to ball games or
to any form of entertainnment taking
place during the day. The writer
evidently recognizing this says by
way of apology for non-attendance
at such ganmes that there are a
"large nutmber of men here cannot
afford tile time or money for ahet-
tcs." This at best is a lame ex-
cuse. Itn the ffrst place ttere is no
tan who cannot icjrd some time
and some money, and that taere are
some who do not, makes it all the
more imperative that the co-d does
her share. As to the "propriety"
of going to evening enterainments
unattended by a tmale escort, but
with a party of her own set, the
DAtLY knows illis not near so much

a question of "propriety" as of
pride, andl a pride which expects the
male three-fourths of the students
to support not only all college or-
ganizatiotis but to pay for the eelter-
tainmenta of the other one-fourth
at well is one awhich must be con-
qitered. The excuse that "most of
the womntetd'o not go to the athletic
field becau~se they do not understand
the gatue"' leads en the query, if
staying away is conducive to a cor-I
understanding. A game cannot be
understood without attending it, and
the fine points in base or football
never cumes by intuition. Again,
the co-ed is not shut out from any
games sititable to her sex anid the
Athletic association woulid gladly
make and keep its order tennis
cousrts if even a smuall suniber of co-
eds avouldl joits the association. Thbe
DAtILY notices that "another co-ed"
has carefully avoided all msention of
supportitig the various societies or
college publications. It is souse
consolation, hsoswever, to knowc that
the wvriter of the article does not
"think any collcege woman ougcht to'

Awil by Authority of thae Courts EXCLUSIVE RIGHT to
World's Fair, both Columbian at Chsicago, and( Mid-
winter at Siam Francisco.
Original Retouched Stereoscopic Views !
Tioandsfniegc ives oe.made lby .11t Kttt"'tveatthe ssotld's ColumbianttFxtposiiion~
havecb110011ddivtco wht s. alrcady an uopatalleled oelecioniifetm every countyof
tite Gobe, cod be is 10o0 making tiletnegatives of the Caliefornia aidwainter Ioterna-
iitinal Exposii~on at San iFtraocisco.
ae fisho lthe fObest otetva-aope- omade of every description.
Anly -'aleot wOil the'e an pay 01-soy through colleuae by oellitng1o1r goods doe-
ing a eailn an 7m e ail ieltthe ay'1ga du00lates.
Focml''ite a tclaauv' ll 111full iformaionl.addres
.t1 ate ai the fllowing10offices:

ros t achi St.,.iilhi., ia.
1207 Daolan St., S1. Loaur, Ma.
BerlinO, Gemanyl.

320 W. Adelaide S.,1.TorontoC.an.
19 S.1.'Michael's Raad, Liserplatn.
Sydn0ev, Australia.
City of MSeaico.


exisect a/1 her entertainmsents to be THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
paid for by a gentlemtan friend." I PRINTING andh~
May be Postponed. _ TOSE
Student Work a Specialty.
It is qitite probable that the Beet Workmet anad Lowest Price in the City.
Sophomore-Freshman field day, net F O E S ,,O IR
for next Saturday morning at 9 "Takes First Place." ~ ~ ~ S f VJ~
o'coc, il b potpne t St-The name stands for just what it is. mcO EVoETIGAND EVEttYnOnY.
o'cock wil b potpoed o St-The best Bicycle built tor $125.00. COSIS HLL y OrS z e s. Uoie. ice.15
urday m orning, June and. T his i a e a l a n a Tni. COLLE E 1 F PYI CIANS T laAN a 115.EQ
owing to a conflict with the May Sp liag's Basebaill and Lawnt Tennis gteot ods ~ o OOAO N US~N
FestvalandChoal Uionlrc re acused ecelusively throughioutOtheU.San
Festval nd CoralUnio praticeCatiada. Spaldig's Trade mackhisla uaranteeC orner of Hoeand sitWetHainStrets,
Saudythat thle goodsarue the heat. Caoiplete ilut- oppoite Cook Countytc Hoal.
on Saudy morning. trated eataloiguc readly.Setfree. C TC QOT.,
A. G. Spalding & BroS., Thte College is equipped wtith atte citile
Chicago. New York. Philadelphia. fSnesthuilisitin l the United Statiesanld ec-
tains three imphitheates,fourteeti clinicail
roo md fite laborator'ies.
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