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January 16, 1896 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1896-01-16

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Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year, at
OFFICE: Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
C. D. CAsy, Gr. L. J. . Tiovsa,'97.
S. E. KoArre, 'O. G. i. Pixie.'i.
R. C.FAULS~n, '50 M.
. 1B. 1A55555510, '0 L.
L. C. WALEPOa,'li.
L. A. iratt, 't. . M. leat,'90 P.
. A. Iiouglton,'91t D. Susnahs Rich'dson,'9
W. W.lughes,'985 F. L tielmer,'95 L
R. C. tc, '05 hl. i. B. Gammon, '08 M.
F. A. Miner 'O6II1. R. R. Reilly, '9.
. E. Sherman, '99.
The sohcrilti s' price of the Daily has
been reduced to 51.00in advance for the rest
og the year. Leave subscriptions at the
Daily office or swith P. C. Mleye, . ogit
Nes aStand.
Ml1ilgas's sincere synipaitly is ex
tenedito Is io Stte tC iviersity. lihe
legislatollee of ht state is in session.
The' is atprosectsit a nmetig of
file East ind .Nest iniintercslsgiae
diebale osii if a contest of tis ids
is arranged bs'tssen (ollsmbiaantd
('hi'ago, aso is isoposed, it wiill attrsct
cosisdersibleintoerest. T'Il~ic 'itss''ity
of ('hicagoi iMaronisCommenictts upio
this as follows:
Colsumbiai College' los iformally
challlenged theliiv'isersiy of ('icago
to a siebte to ticled this spring.
This meniss that the debite, if the
challenge be accepteud. will be hlin s
Now York ciy. We cnnot 1o ler
wise than tos accepit. This is the fist
tmle thainitlly wesirni stslitiosls
beesn caillledtodeifelbiy aliii ast
cr11 college, andI tie debate wstldl at
tract great attentiuin. 'fle lroositiol
which Colnnmbia will sa~e wiill be
alsaitedi siptiuty by the sienbers
of rise Usniersiy swho take anisterest
ill tse debates.
In one of 13,1o seios soodss Wrinkle
sakes the folowing sggestion:
The (G1ce Club, it is asnosncid.
cered $401) by its recest trip. Wrinkle
would like to see tisinsony giens
into the athielic fusd-sr rather, kept
to the endc of the easono to defray
loses, if there are ny-and thes, if
lhcre sre proits, the tolaosinst
givesn into that fnd. It is a wiell
known fact that the (lie ansdtBnjso
C'lssbs sre comsprised of tile wealthy15
cams of stuuents, whose peuniary
personal loss in tlis re-paet Wonld not
he greiatly noiced by thems. 't'oe so-
ey in .a, lumptswoldl do the iatletic
boardf considerable good at tle 011011
Iug of the baseball season.
Since the smussical clubs are rich in
the smulles ainid apiproval of fair d in-
sell In all parts of the wet, it.nsgt
be miore apropiate andf it would as
suredly be ae tisely for thesn to pro.
sent nsae of te inanil surpus to
the fud for the wonen's gynasium.
if comupetent management will count
for anything, tie baseball season will
undoubtedly e u suces. Manager

Shields is osse of the hsadest workers Golfing Contestn.
ot flt{iisei orsatDiehshdi ly i'ennsylvanian.]
all the experiesnce sieces;,iry-Is .essafble The Visnited State's Golf Asoctii
ims to arrasnge every detail, sshile is is ma~kig ans effourt to arisige n isten.
record oss the 'Warsity diamssond ~gives collegiate series of gassmes betweese05--
amiple proof that he has thle executive; eral 'of theo leading colleges for niext
ability. As-istasit Mlaiager Hughes yeasr. As Yale'asid Pritncetossniready
has been connsectesd wills University 1shave gelf cdubs asid msany Harvard

uthledtics les than a year, but ixltha
tine he has dose two yers' work.
'The great stride forwrd which Mici-.
gast smade iii football last seasoss e-1
tailed] atsmch greater amsonst of wek
on those who cotroled its detisy
thsasn is tusuaslly accredited to them.
As treasrer of 11he)asocitin Dr.
Huoghles probably carried moree of fe
wiorkt asnd.rs'posnsibiity of thelaslt
seasoss than was asstssied by ay other
hain,sandt that his wrk was well sone
is showns concistively by his fisal re-
It Will Make An Eatern Trip Thin
The ('hicago bsebal tams have sde-
tided to go EasllethIis seessen Dretor
Stasgg has arransged for is series set
gaines, leavsing Ciscago on May 20.
Playinig tMichigans 011teir firt stp
thesy will proceed and essconiter Cr-
soil, Harvard, Yab, Princeton and
Pennssylvansia, returnsing to set Mis-
igani at Deroit on Deoratiosa Day.
M. Sagg is confidenif of sccess ad
says ffha1 inihis tiro ofpitifchers, Clrk,
Nlios and Briown, ic'isill te invisci-
be. 'T'le teami has commlseced work
in rie (Gymslissisliuant will pay se-
cltatentioni to batting.
To Inspect the Factory.
'fio AnnsiArbor OgaiCo. wiisi to
extend. at codial isivitations to all to
attetnd theo opening of their newefsc'
fory Thusrsduay evening, Jai. 1(91 i.
The fake this msen of giving the
efiizens of Ansi Arbor, whos have ii-
waysosownin ssisteret ii the got'hvf
of buislomeis entiepise, ass oppotunsity
of gotig through te sew factoy mnd
seeisig the poces of orgaimainklg.
Matchiworkmuenx 'will be ix his pace
ready to exillaiss in detail all the vai-
0o0s tart of thle instueneit, asoulsll
are cordiually invited Te factory will
be open fromu 7:30 ins the evening utili
Tue "f'siveeify Selol of Dascisg"
wilt teach the 'Gof" Saturday even-
ing, fronm 8 10 8:30. Pupils are r-
questedf to be promxpt Termsss$5.00
for the rest of (le year. 7
1,000 MILES
Always a leader, the Ohio Central
Linen mileage ticket, wih lest addi
tilonis the best. Covering fle Big
Four, B, & 0., C., Hf. & D., Ohio Cn-
ical and innumerable other systems, it
is the favorite Travelers' Companion.
Guitar for Sale-A Grand Concer
Washburn Guitr for sale chep. For
further pariculars apply at the Hub,
3 ansi 5 i. Washington st.
Lst-A Waterman founltn pen
Finder please return to 28 . Fifth st.

sitn are msemlbers of the Mo-dots Asse-
siatioss, golfig cosntests may soosi be-
coesiasisosial feafture of thse intfer-
soilegiuste shorst.
It is osns'thung to be a good dasscer,
another tts be a gosd ftearlier. Mr. and
Mrs.11000 Gsasiger liave studied the
set of teachitog dancinig twve' years
and hav~e nose ierfected at simsple
isiotioif, mwtrisby the average ppis
will learntheis'tandsardI sances ini ois
ternu. Pupis received t an lime, tile
ts'rsssstairtisig wsitli lirs el'sietl. Yoss
ili I wtisout esibaxrussmnst as 100
visitors (ptare(nts5 exceted) are adsmiit-
test Grasnger's Academsy. '74
(Osi ac'('ount of the siiierosis reqstl
fos' exlesiossof timesi'the ('astulilu
Prizs euompetitiono Will not close till
The ice on t11e Athletic Piidl skating
risk is nowssvin betteri shape thansxeter.
Skatitig afternioosandioeenings.

Fri. Jan. 17, 8 p. in., University
HahL-C'horal Union, in oratorio of
Wed., Jan. 22.-Regents meet,
Thur., Jan. 23_'96 Social at Gran-
gee's Academoy.
Fri., Jan. 24-Rev. T. DeWitt Tal-
mage in S. L. A. course.
Wed., Jan. 29, Grager's Academy.
-'97 social.
Fri., Feb. 14-.First Senmester closes.
Fri., Feb. 14, 8 p. in., U~niversoity
Htal-Hbon. Henry Watterson in S. L.
A. couroe.
Fri., Feb. 14, Waterman Gymnan.
luin-Twsentieth Animal Mahh of the
Palladium fraternities.
M1oss., Feb. 17-Second Semeoter be-
Sat., Feb. 29-Boston Temple Quar-
fette in S. L. A. course.
All studeniltsvwho intend to take
Latitn 30 (Thle Italic Dialects) next
semester are requested to nootify me us
ssus as psossible, as the books for tue
course must be imiported from Gee-
msany. JOOIN C. ROLFE,
This space is reserved.
for the Grand Opera,
If you want good relible life insuran ce call
on Fred T. sheOmbor, office No. 15S
Fsourth ave.


You ony'sWorth.
The editors of the Daily desire to call special attention
to the fact that the paper will be issued up to commence-
meat this year. Subscribers who leave immediately after
the examinations of the second semester can have the
Daily mailed to them without extra cost, This arrange-
ment enables them to keep fully informed on University
affairs during commencement week.
The Daily is not a class publication; it is devoted to
the whole University and gives the. news of every depart-
ment. It is the only medium devoted to University affairs
covering everything of news interest relating to this insti-
tution and happeninogs in the college world.
The Daily will he delivered at your door or mailed to -your
home address for the remainder of the year (until June, 25,
1896) for $1. 50. Leave your subscription at the Daily office,,.
at Meyer's. News Stand, 46 E. William, or with any member
of the Editorial Board.

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