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May 21, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-21

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-J ..c S of j" Trb(. control will meet and decide to seve
" all athletic connection with a col
lege whose students have shownvo s
Publshed Daily (Sndays exeepted during few gentlemanly instincts and whc
ua{Cll liew) ar, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION reward hospitality y personal at-
'Varsity Field Day
-- Entries for the 'Varsity springl
OwixoG to the crowded cosdition feld (ay to be held next Saturday
of our columns we are usable to afternoon wil close Thursday night
publish review (of lProf. Dewey's and are to ie made o track manage
and Dr. Savage's lectures. They Martindale or to any of the ner-
appear in tomorrowvasl)AtLY. bern of the track committee. Gold
______________ medals will be given to winners of
'THE success Of the Ma" festival first place and silver medals to win-
n era of secondl place, and an all
has been so comiplete andi so gen- around medal will be given to the
erally recognized that it 'needs no winner of ost points. The pro-
praise fuom us. 'Te most gratify- gram is as follows: lou yards dash,
lug outcome of the whole nmatter is 220 yards dash, 440 yards dash, 8i8o
that its financial as well as artistic yards run, mile run, 20 yards
hurdle, 220 yards hurdle, one mile
success has determined the directors bicycle, running broad jump, run-
to nmake the May festival an annual ning high jump, running hop, step
affair hereafter. anti jump; pole vault, shot put,
hammer throw.
THE action of aOberlin in and - - - -----
after Saturday's game at Oberlin
toughs titan of students of a re-
spectable college. Not content with
forcing our mens to play in the sleet
adriwtmdtoterakethey added insult to injury by their Horsford's Aid Phosphate
hooting and jeering and generally
ruffian-like conduct. And after the Is the most effective and agree-
game, not content with having nade
our stay an unpleasant as possible, able remedy in existence for
they followed our team down to their Preventing indigetioni, and re-
private car and tried to tear asway
our banners and our colors. But lieving those diseas--n arssing
here the worm turned. Or boys ficam a dsolrerd stonma h.
recogn ied that a man's house is his
castle, and sore heads and brtisedl Dr. 'W'. V.r, Gardner, Srigfield
ktnuckles were all they got. The aasays: "I value it a as excellent
outrage of Saturday is bit the cut- preetative :1o f ittit, adt a pleasant
mination of a long series of simtilar acdul. attdrik whenrapely dilted with
tactics which Oberlin Ias adiopttdtwrite= nd Itee
whenever we met. 'rie actions of
Saturday were so much the worc
uncalled for in tat Oberlins alsvays Descripiv ecamheteetnapptlietitan is
received thse greates considerationi Rumrad Chemicatworsi, PrvidseneR.I.
at our hands. The following cip- tvu- tStsise ~itatua
ping from the Oberlin Revesw,which For Sale by all [Druggists
appeared its the DAiLY of Friday,
May s, 'gi, will bear this out. The_
occasion of the clipping was six w- I
days after the Oratorical contest at y --_
Ann Arbor in which Michigan had
gainedl first place anti Oberlin last,ARTZ
and four days after we ail baten pJ rr
her in baseball ott our grounds by a TIt* ARE TE BEST. /
score Of 25 to e: "The U. of M. CIGARETTE SMKER5 baa ite,(!
bos ave set ttit a high stadard eugstoyat tle amorlnus aaiti1ett
ofitrolgaecuts.Te tillldTI RN ueirWItreated the Oberlina delegatiot an The Richmond Straight Ct No
the men fromth ie otiter coliegea CC A 1Vr1'TEB3
ri t r al llc'l I~s ~tclit' ~il see mate ftrottthe t motst, maot deita-te
rghtryaly Y i/tuj/i/y h// ittfav, allitis cot GOL LEAF
a1a1 het ftr~ali t h'\at a mockery geuwns avittia.-
is that lat sentence after Saturdaty's itttttttitnamaiota ttt auftttiatesas
outrage. lut we believe Oberlin blute i n tey atg-e.
has this ime gotte too far; we be- le, ts & stsT5RcsAKssA00vco
lieve as in duty bound, the board of N61 BRANCH '4, ssesrssssVssseNts


Because you get what you take. Sonme wheels are
not wtrth taking. We have one that you can have
1 ft-ce of charge--providing you call for it--and we also
1 have for sale the SUNOL Bicycle.
r The SUNOL is today the best looking wheel on
the nmarket. It took first prize at the World's Fair for
best general construction, best sprocket attachment and
best chain adjustmetnt.
If ynuaant a wtel lak at
' i t, ak the peie ad let ats
know whytit isnttewhel
- _EOTrB
Student Work a Speialty.
et iWormen ad Lwest Pries i the City.
"Takres Frst Place." IFrLOWER,, f OWZIi S
The name stands for lust what it isa. FOR EVEveYvessu AsNeaIs-ain.11
The best Bicyce buitttor $t125.00. COSN & HALL Flrita, ~Ui.A
ZTlphae iA.
Baseball anid Lawns wennis.
re usdexc'sielyl and Lwn t ritiadas COLLEE OF HYSICANS AD UE
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