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May 25, 1894 - Image 2

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Pubisahed Daily (Sundays excepted) during
at Collge )tar, by
J. L. LoRIE, Lit, 'S5, Managing Editor.
F. P. SADLER, Lit. '96, Assistant.
F. H. WILLIS'e, Lit. '9.i, Assistant.
S.B. SILtEY, Lit. '95, Assitant.
J. A. LEnoY, Lit. '96, Athletic Editor.
WM. A. IIOGSS, Lit. '97, Business Manager.
hl. H. Cutcheon,'94. F B. Tamll.195.
L. A.lPratt'96O. E L. Evans'55.
Minnie Thompsoo, '97. j SMEDICA.
Carrec V. Smith, Spol. E. L. Mlartindaic, '54.
HaurcyColemsn,Spce'i. lE S. Nibiowh, '95.
A LARGE crowd should turn out
tomorrow afternoon to witness the
field day events. Now, since the
vacillating policy of the Athletic
directors has veered around to a
western meet, the fieldl day sill be
made a sort of test, the winners of
which will go to Chicago. For this
reason the meet should he unusually
INv another column we puhlish a
notice in regard to a meeting to de-
cide upon some method of self gov-
ernment. Self government is more
or less effectively used at Princeton,
Cornell and Palo Alto. While it
has not heen a complete soccess at
any of these colleges, yet it is a vast
improvement on the system now in
vogue in some of our departments
where the instructors are posted at
various points in the room like so
many detectives. The system at
any rate is well worth a trial and a
large number should attend the
meeting tomorrow morning.
THE regents could not have chosen
a more appropriate name for tile
new recitation huilding than 'lap-
pan hall. It was largely due to Dr.
Tappan, our first presidenit, that the
professional departments were en-
tablished and, the present amnalga-
mation of the literary and sri-
entific deartmsets, sare olue to his

Lyster, Delta Kappa Epsilon; "Al- ,CROWN PEN Ca. FOUNTAIN AND GOLD
ma Mater," Herhert R. Gates, Phi n,.ui,.1TRE1 PEN MAKERS.
Kappa I'si; "'rie Girls," Win. K. p cuecaa w"
Carpenter, Delta Tao Delta; "The _"f21iI '
Independents," Wesley J. Wuerfel, WARDED THE AT THE
Phi Gamma Delta; "The Boys,"IANSELPN
Miss Belle Otis; "The Fraternities," ("Takes First Place."893
Elsuer J. Cornell. The name stands fur lust what it is.
Tefloigcmite haeThe beat Bicycle built Cur $125.00. Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Thflowngcmmttehv Ann Arbor. Mich. Capitali Stock, $50,000.
the affair in charge: Arrangement- Baselnani and ]Lavn Tenns. OenzdSurplus, $10,00
Spoloiog's Basball anti Lawn Teonis goodsOraie under theeneral Banking Laws
Chas 0. Cook, Chr.;' Harrison C. are' used exclutively throughouot tbe U. S. asnd of this State. Receives deposits, huys and
' ' isonda. Spalding's Trade week ioua guarantee sells exchange on thc principal cities of the
Jackson, Herbert K. Gates, Howard sihat she goodsee the ocst.. Complete ilou- United States. tPrafts cashed upon peeper
teated caialogue ready. Set free. identification. Sagely deposit boxcs to rentL
Obrin RoB.Cafied. Rcepton:OrFsceRS: Christian Mack, Fees.; W. 0.
OhinRY BCni.Rcpin A. G. Spalding & Bros., Harriman, VicePees.; Chas. T. Hiscock, Ca-
Mites G. Varian, chr.; Marcus C. Chicago. New York. Philadelphia. shier* M. J. Frito Asst. Cashier.
Eaton, Harold D. Corhusin, Theo- -
dore C. Lyster, Roy R. Wiley, Al- r CONSOLIDATED
hert H. Stoneman, Roland D. Whit- - ' -- ru Tasot~inCm
man. Invitation and program: RRSS~
Elnmer J. Conl, chr.-; Harry E. p W GA WITH
BonoHugh WV. Dicken, Gilbert CH10 TlM -s'Z
V. Carpenter, Edward H. Decker. DTR I6~AENorthtorl Mihian ranotation
Orator, Lewis H. Hays; Poetess, THE BEST
CGRTESMOKERS who are will-
Miss Mary M.Thompson; Historian, ingCto ay a little more than the prite
Herhert WV. Levy; Prophetess, Miss willheg'd THIS BRAND ser or tra allathers
Eula J. Waters. The Richmond Straight Cut Noe1 4 Sailings per Week 4
The following are the chaperons: CIGA:RETrTES oaoen
Mesdanies. J. B3. Angell, J. C. are wade from the brightest, moot delicate
H C.AasC.V. ia Slavor, and highest coat GOLD LEAF 0CHIC AGO
Knowlton, H .Aas .W grown in Virginia.
Patro.,Teeaetvnyrg- BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. snd obsoere1O
Pateron ,hee ae wetyreu- that the nam~e of the manutacturers as0 ' Lodin'gton, iStuoistre, Frankgfort. iLe-
lar dances and ten extras. Hangs- below ii ou every package.1uTreseGyCalroxPe
terfer will cater. Ahoutt forty t~ati &Q I 4"" CoV5ACCO co01 ohrey, Buy View, Harbor Springs,
couples are expected. BRANCH .Ri5.CtnMNDSVIRGISIA Mackinact blond, I~eiroit1, and all
. ____0-_________._________ Northern 1StichiganPorts,
The Adelphi literary society have +P 1TATCi $AVII2G1$LB flK+ 'Ten eti loteiioe ailp0
prepared the follosving pormforA. ore. Moisn and Washington Srets.
pre gprora A.L.NOBLE, lIres. RuOBsTPniLLIs-Cash'r. B. L. BURKE. Gen. Pass. Agt.
this evening. A cordial invitation C E E A D JEttoo CeleooS. hcg.Il
is extended to all. Music, H. Cute- -
man; recitation, F. L.. Church, tm- . TO.
prmtu Veeh .XV. XWedemeyerrBUFF L THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
proptospechBUFAAJJ.PRINTING and --
paper, F. M. Sawyer; debate: ,"Re- ~ ~ ~ &RLN2
solved, That capital punishment Commein0 oith openinog of iOavi.(gaiioni 'P B IH N
should be abolished' Affirmative,1(abot Apiel st. OMagnifitcnt side-wvheetelri EOTSBJsemr.Suet okaSeily
J. F. Thomas; negativo, IH.XV "Slate of Ohio"' atd "State of New York.' Beat Workmen and Lowest Friers iteCty.
Ai But'o :u a .Ar tCleelanud, ;7:30 amo
" O e Takethle C.SS13.Line" steameres andlenjooyv I7IifJ P.ALL, Florists2f; S. Uaiv. Are.
aofre-ping nso oo ohioeetraho'otorooooe toBug- WWIO {ii~ ItBTelephont iS1.
Oftggug LJI B ola, Niagara Falls Toronto, New York,
Boston, Albany, Thousand Islands, or anoy 2 er I uies-
Eas trn(00 Canaodian opoinot. ' 2 lus nte sies~."
-_ Cheap rutrions Weo1oly to %igara rals CITY LAUNDRY,
Write foe tourilst pompblet M. M. Seabot No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate H. R. ROGERS. T. F. NEWMAN, j altIES W. GOOOIIEW, Florist. Grower of
Geool Coon. Ant. Gen')olManooger. JHoses, Carnations anod Flowers of all varl-
CLEVELANDffctie 0. aety. Floral designs made uponso hort notice.
-stems fet~ n ~ee- No. IOltervaoovy street, opp.,cemnetery gate,

institution. Dr. Tappan was a man able rmd neitnefrW R I K B C C E
of method,.lie was an enthusi- rmd neitnefr VJRA III .iL X LI~
astic believer in the Prussian system preventing indigestion, and se- a . 15 arwi5cl on esthe sooi,.st
of education and when he left the le ig toe diess aiig T: ga t (jusieooooon s otli tyupy M u t o ptlo.st SO the lars i octool
University to President Haven i in eunfrte(x dtre rl hs l~r;it is 00 easy runne0r, eaooco-
dio d rd 1 ~t tle elo opooiootltheWarwick s t 2 leul as ro adsoooter. I100. built toe
'6, it had been llaced upon a fiom a adisodeed stomlacl. 0000 uot e'000, 0 Ooie' ,1ife rdes adistetflfillet of t oe iroonto,
stable foundlation and evas in a fair 1 15 rante mbL~a oo' ooo l oolocllop r
has since aqid tunder Presitdent Masse,,saye: 6"1 value 11 as ooo exeellent . IRE1 T E7T.1rm"r-r
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morrowv night in Granger's hail: RumfardtChemical workas, roiolnoo __________________ _________________
Be aeoi.btiue ho miains ;e jr o rt 00' ntoes ( ;00 eioolor.
Tloastmaster, Benj. 'r.owvnsend, OJ oefSloiuetltt mtoleo5
'eta Psi; "The Class," Theo. C. For Sale byv all Dru~ggists Warwic Cycle Mfg. Co., Springfieldl, Mass.

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