Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 30, 1896 - Image 2

Resource type:
Michigan Daily, 1896-01-30

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

rt. the1 pfu tut use of the(tyinnasiunifor niteetiitgs nmty be calledtitotn taenotice at preent costittd the board
M .o 4 .P l t falyOt ( isSoti of thisikintdldepetndst by tflit presdnt, iid mtust b called woul nanimouslytt tdtelare ii favor of
mtieallyiupton whtrittwill behone tiCuponthefitwrittent ret of tweity- "purity" it thletis tn the doing
Published Datty (Sunday excepted) during by thlestnents after t' fweniti t ie itembers. "PTetiy-ive contitte away of all tiue of professionalism
toe Coltegt year, at
AitititilPall Ias etidedi. at otorsti. In college field,.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. - --- - Throughout the year the work cen- Speaking with the athniority of mne
OeiCE: Times buidtng N. Main s., opposite y yyV y1iy// tern-ciite board aitt a fetw wors who has beeti preent at eery itict-
posofre.THEATLETC ASOIATON about the tboard mneetitigs itay be of tingdtring the football seant lately
S.5, R.NtarENs, '55 G. f. Sis. Of). go without syintg that eery :studtetIamongtoitheutr things that" the rlre- i!zet reports of the mantger, t caii say
w W.tinnRes,'9oa E. L. Gesiue, '980La int tite ttiveritysougt to be IpsteL onnation onl te board.shall b ivttid- ftfat io traces can be found of any oit
M~x~rcfRnmo o te ~olaigsofal sudntmgn"ed iproorioiately aon~g fthesesertl tie asscittioi'smtotey iaviguen
G. B.naitSotN, '9!f L. i tiono ignoraitro iiay e ecused nitortinents of the tUniversiy pro- nuted to ii"indce"iteitto coie to Alit-.
IsusovSisMAAGER ii a freshtitin; it is to e depor-edn t idetd itt andenrtieit to cititigait antplay oi otr tam. Htadt ify
L. C. 55atiER, 'oa. an stipier class itititi But Itoh not rn-fresintttiouu has at least tlln sso- stit sispicioi eser oue to thic
heiat osaytht"onwrega- caa mm eii rolledttamonglte inowuletge of the tbotrttit woldtcee-
ASSOCIATE EDITORS iisitetniytainiweega itiiiitttr
L. A. Pratt, '50 G M.Heath, 'oti. nateti trou$theflitvitersity litotyear suet fsi ndea~rtiet. taiulyihaie hien ins-ttigafett,
C. A. Itougiton, 'ft ID. G. . Sherman, '99. and have betit es-ry year for sone To this iotrd i delegtteit tit'lonser I closiig 1 woulit adi a wort in
R. C. uc, '0 M.151. fB.nGammon, '00801M. 'to rollert)aouchanlalmnyn
F. A, Miner 'N . . f. neitty, '9. timie pist, trai nkew little or iotitig tathealot e- the hope of briiging smottnuew itei-
R, ^ Puld,'9 M.J. . Wlsh'98M. of he ealworing oftheAtheti e'sary for te developmnt of atletic her into the asocititoi.t:ery Su-
SusanahRichrdtno% ino ts andit i ls toize~d ous iiito lie associaton. Evesteu -
The suscription pef~t of thin Daiy hun e\ercst' all lt'eposwerteloigiig to is ant to be the case that those who
been reduced o $Sf50 ini advance foe the rust f'lt-Daily- is particularly ftted to te1-cafn
o ithe year. Leate subscriptioiis at te oy. t heflit'edti5fOtmitolOiindcanlbest aford it doiot jo it. 'hose
Daity office or ith P., C Meyer, Ut -. tM It is provideft by the constitution swho bet realize flit value of ioniey,
News Stand. s rill. this in views this aticleicithis ben
that .mitu'ings of te board. bn hldf t hbet realize the in'nt doflttiessocit-
Anurolgyisturer.Geoge .etst once' tach mnouthttit il rtticeion for es-ry little help toss-tinthi
Au u~ohgyis tte trg('g Without attneimptinig to gist anly his-
Barker 'OSitttttgiig tturig the ootballuand. basebatlh 5ff-
]akl,'8 maaig edfitor of torryOf thit asociaiout t ssilrietifluiy ieesr-tokeofi shcl t
wrikle wh cotriute th aricl dscrbeitsstrctue, embrshp r esnsit in fouid nereoosauy to hold irogress i motion. Make a gooid be-
yest'r gtittt by~oirtIiisiigititiis at least once a we-tk, gnier- 'ginningi' of tescn eetrb
on tue history' of Wrinkle in yetrgandbpuhsigain Athletic As- tgt''ottstn-t' t
day's Daily. 'Mr. Barktr'sunamte socittioit ticket for ftretuollars. 'his Joinig ftheAthletic Asson-latintn. Tet
Atteeut'-itso-- sli-'te neu'ushi1uthis 'yer is largr iani
should. hurt folosed thu article, but ticket etithtnt the holder to ote and A hs ntis vrwihte n
it wsomunitled. by a imistaken'in uttak- to houldtotict it the tssocitioii tintto rtsidnteif itthuetasocititioni prsideseviser lbeforeuanc- oui.y'ouusulut0'eswithi
in" np the foritu. thlepurchae of useatson fickets to the the rehot-suftll 'omiittt'ts as, re- the "uish." , AtPRA'T
ootll andb__balgamesat r ein-n-nhart' acted uoni, bills am' al-
The followingteditrialistOcli rledh tulolweida tinialo o hesierof hin'n pii-n doitafter tey-
11 lmrd rtes an alo t th us oftheLnioo@-iAvMS nun-nTootCo.,
furunt the Corinell Ni-t: ''life luhaider tus oti ni etihote oi-l ane hissed thuroughi the btiansof ftheCnciati, O
tisinfitioguoitintidteerand.ntifferutstioiu-s I rut my vote for the Uninverity of
of Ohis mtonth, lriuts astory hy Eln i ees, The orgaunizatitonuufords a leg- adti omteadalqetosMchaAnAbr ihi hcn
Audrsn hih s leery i~~s hin-hi trise i connettctiont sithi tt- tet for te $1,50) lathe, whitchliyou ofer
ndrosnhtisceelnth tttiinitte wa'ytorthflt-studnts to sup~- 0t rsn nMrh ,19,t h ehi
andno inuhi like the stor-y of aiii(tfIl-oct11:,olileticsatn by fle outtrol ht'ctir rontu'-~nts tunnittageumt~t aeClsoreeitv0ngutheIgretstnusheir
discalsediundtietpossingethe greatestfuvomesr
sole it'orutelllie, tat 5wt lhave svhich thflit osociiutiouu exerises cVitctunFeulautumeif-t-o-fb------tuht---uf-totes
ttaken thuelierfy of repurimtig it to- througitis oficrs fleuthuetic inter- I t is to this otrnt thatithfle bsbailh 'trutNme.......
and ootbll mnages reder heir Street No.----Tesesrlee osel s
liheh Pin Bnu ~au-c dfotinc"ittuetitemtizent reports of the stason'n ex- City------------ --State ..-.---"
penses amd only tuontthlesott of hut (Voters mst he an letntfifteen yearn
anduthau exiitedf a goodt teal of furor- The oficrs'S srho are eected. at the tor ~~old. Ldes cannt ote but my aid in
able coument amnmg the ;eaders ofantnusat meetig held. on fle stcond I-think tIttam mittin saing tht s cri tes
tlue Inlandr ltere. Saturdtay it April of etch year, are
tsfoloss: President, vice prsidetttr o e ysXor h
The tight oser lie Twneutitth Annual reco'tum tcetiy inuuil sre
Bai iutuiitio t etii~ sluci h ~ tttr,ttunaumus, tanditboardtof ninet ~M t ey s W r h
trgonitic to any true nutireusi1ty direcors. The hoard. of directors
Spirit, Theme i, of course, a goodthcntifotultataltumsud
deal to justify such a feeling, hut it tr-ck iliaagers; adthites svertl
Las een arrid abut a faras tnagers. re, srlitiu hi ltotie ofcrs The editors of the Daily desire to call special attention-
should. be-for he nine nntual bali fistraneid, tx-officio itembers of ht the fathttepprwlib isud ptocm ne-
fraternities to old out further swillhoth boardh aerwlib sse p ocmmne
serve only to pluace then'u in a ridicul- ft is this oard of diretoru that met this year. Subscribers who leave immediately after
ion liht.Th toi- raerntie lahive the affairs of the msocition tc- the examinations of the second semester can have the-
fought a good ight and t hus been tvl ncag n ti ftett
fairly snon. The msatfer has beenu ar- musuot inpotaace that only competent Daily mailed to them without extra ost, " This arrange--
ried to the highest court und. the debsfand. reliable mten should. ho chosen. mn nbe hm t epflyifre nUiest
efiio ofth ttgeut ha ben lan-They should. e men of push andiu- far'ui
ly-stated; if Ithe annual all in to beafirdungcm e eetwek
ti-y, willing to do hard. and. unselish m gcm eneet ek
the annual ball of the nineo fratersork for the good of this rganization TeDiyi o ls ulcto;i sdvtdt
nitles if cannot e heit In the Gym- Tse Dinyhushnasa asaitsubultimate aims peoterity
nasiint.hIt doesti ottimate tuprobtuble
nasnni Itdos nt sen prbabes well as sucess in atheic fields, the whole University and gives the news of everyo'depart-
that the 'hO7 conuuuuuiteensvilh e able ThinS far fle evil effects of 'snire-met Iti
to in a ayto vod te ldnatnrpulling," so apparent in many of ourmet Iti the only medium devoted to University affairs
of ftle " Regents, bt in tny case fle orgnirations, have not manifest covering eveything of news interest relating to thisinsti~
baitsill not be desribed in the pa- tunsle ur;ad nyb u- adhpeig olg
pes of the next day as a truly social tuion adhpeig in thecge world.
pression fis perniicios tendency an
event. This cannot he so nunth 1a a oiino or omn h
aroeitionrsiynsiri urth commndI-i The Daily will be deliered at your door or mailed to your
trolig eenen inw~atehiul. espet In whdicht it is) now held by home a dress for the euainder of the year (until JunC25
trotliegstudentnbodywAstlonguas hten
tihe ssnel event in fle social circlesthsudnboy Aslgasme
who honor the trust are chosen the 1896) for X1.50. l-eave your sn bsription att the Daily office
of the University Much depends trust will onr Ie tita, a ,e rsNw tn,4 . ilao~ihaymnbr
pe10 as to the future of the hal, As a rule only one meeting of the a e rsNw tn 4 .Wlim rwt n ebr
upand wheter the Regents will allow assohaftion 'is hld each year, Special of the Editorial Board.

Back to Top

© 2024 Regents of the University of Michigan