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February 20, 1896 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY

Published Daily (Suday excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
o ilCE: Times building N. Main st. opposite
post office.
EiDITORS..
C. Di. GASSY,.Ge. L W. W. TRAYERo, '00L.
S. E. KsArs'EN, '98. 0. las, '93.
W. W. licossno, 'P8, E. L. GtISooss, '000L
EDITOIN-CIN'O
G. B. HARRSOso, '96 L.
M INAGING EDITOiR
.1. F. THsOAS, '97.
BUSINES5 SANAGSE
L. C. WAstosa, '00.
ASSOCIATE EITORS
L. A. Pratt, T6 G. M.Fileath, '96 P.
S. It. Smith, 'Pt L. G. E0. Shermns ,'55.
IF. Simtons, '98. H. B. Gammon, '98 Ad.
F. A. Foet, X'50E. It. It. Reilly, '09.
R. C'.au, '')OCM .0J. 1.. Walsh,. '18 M.

"brotherly los'e" aiid at tile caine time just and. equitable setlemilent by
1o tifford relief 10 a tong,-,sofferlig pube- sviheioall ipart'ies imutst lils(le.
lie. Bothliides must snake coileossions,
hut ipctty jealousies atdibll-hleadedi
Communication, riv'olry must giv'e plaice to thei better
Editor of U. of M. Daily: se'ntimuent which l is the future 0nd
W~ill you kindly aiiow inc space for the fair fime of oui' lnivcrsity lit
a few reiiarks on the " Junior lop" heart.
question. We arc consfronitedl by a Tle "college shirit" as refered to in
conodition, and theories munst give the abicelirticle in yi'sterdooy's Datily
pla0ce to .a practical reimeidy. is by iio ineamis dead-we's-c got lots
Thelic rodtion t ists. Oni the cue of it in us yet. "MIirtiyass's coiors-
hiaiid lire Ininie fraternities wiio hare, the yellow anidi bltie"-h,, est iulIS
tiirousghiihelic ltdoplmenst of the past pow5er-yesO a giltiter lpower iiow tuau
gainiedlroistrol of what io aside from o'er it the past to stir our tpulse and
the senior reelstin, the greatest so- rouse tis to actioni and the tinie bos
eitsi event in our l'nivemsity lift'; on omet for us to tdo spiine'haidtiinnlg
01a"fio, es.,, , )r rernit,.,ies a a rd olkt o r a G,,lma,,ni, .e' 'tO

NOT GOING TO PENN.
Official Deniai of the Report That
Murphy Will Leave Yale.
[Pensnsylvanian.]I
T.'he story goDing the rounds of Ihe-
daily ncsnmiers that 'Mlike" Mlur-
phly, the Yale trainer, had been in-
duced to sever his connections at New
Hatven sautd oliei to Pennsytlvania is.
enitirely withiout foundationi. Not oiily
lois he not been induced to come here
bt lie has iiot eveix beiei officially aop-
ptroacehed by anfy tite at Pennsylvania.
'rhe story hais been contrttdicltd by
persons very iigh in liutholrityihere at.
Peiin, anid tihere' is nost the sligIesmt
graini of truthlinOlit.

antI theii' ii~eiteisllts; who, are exclsid-
cit trainrepresenutationi in tue controi
of thse affairsltttt who base within lihe

C BI. Roo,98i.ll. Susainsth ichalrdsotn, '9s3. iast few eeks eshoibitehed, at least
G. it. Sims",' .iilii til olindttil heojuictict' of
The subiscription price of the Daily has thttir climstt. As a result we haive
hees reduced to 61.25 itt adve tefor terestirtiltoitls otst sttat
hdtoof the year. Letavo sbscriptions at the hpsboh ucsflan
Daily office or soith P. C. Meyer, C. of M. sehosxe111111besides multch, iti-feeling
Netea St~and,otlmtatty thrings havie been saitdcii
Wte have pleasure iii anniouenciing bothtsiles wich isasoh helter have es'e'n
titat MIr. W. W. 11tgits, ':)t, will cover left unisaid.
athleitics for the Daily duing the conm- The qtiestiotn tow 'is whait willlibe
lug seasoti. Mi'. titghes' connection the outcome of thits next ye'ar. Will
wvith the athletic boaril and the base- there be twvo hops?' Or swill there lie
bat;iniiiage't tnablies hint to gtec a comprslomtiste? Antd this laist is out-
the Daily a thorough niews seer-icc iix cily to be lped. 'liii'bt'st itier-
thislinex.',costs of our tuniversity ratl toe a, rot-
rotitise. The best interests of fratit'u-
We regret that tie ibaseball truim haue nity 111d1independietiite call for coin-
loot the services of Mic. Deane as ait promise. Coittmon sense calls fot' cciii-
capttii, tot' luring histwo1 0years onxprtoise.
the 'Vart-iy litlhas alwatys. shownmi-ii Bitt if a comprosre is to be' reoseb-
self to he a gentle-mnt, and. turthier, cet soiiietliing tiust he ido'eount the
whtat a, teani iiost nieilo, a layier iseli sootier somethiing is dolle tilebitter.
can hi' depenedit 0,011. It is ntot strange thiat the '.iiitt'
But we ext-nd or hearty aid cur- shtotuld jelusisy guardth ~e big social
dial conugrathtionmso to Mr. Holiiics tip. futtction selitch they hots-i' Clotte so
en his elction to thiat olhece and hope tmttchi to foster, bolt they mtiust view
that he anid his teaitonmay hoseis sole- their wvork; in Ote larger light of swhat

ceosfool a soeasitt as ,that oflst ye'ar.
Attention is also callest to thie brief
wot'ds of Manaiger Shields who, ex-
pressedl the friemidly feelinig existinxg
betsseen the pliayers. If flits sltrit
oniy characterizoed the svhole student
body sse svouid sooni distatnce all our
rivals.
Thte iatest comnmuniation on the tan-
gle titat the various fraternities have
succeeded. in creating brings foreyard
a practical solution of the prohylin.
It insnuneesoary to devote spsace to
the need of a conmpromnise for every-
body but those most -actively con-
cerned in the fight would have most
gladly weiconued. sucs a settlettent
long ago,. And in ordter to avoid. this
tiresome round over again neat year
every person shonid join in urging
Leeward. any aniicable agreement at
once.
The solution offered by the writer is
eintirely practical uixder the circum-
stances. Let the hoard. of arbitrators
be appointed. and. the sooner the bet-
ter. Here is the opportunity for the
fraternity mien to make a practicafl
showivng of their boasted spirit of

<411111 " 4 N L' 1""""""1 11LM. " ' At the recent seiui-atnnti exainina-
Freshman Indoor Meet, tiotis at Annapolis forty-eight . iiien
Noes thit the exatlitations are over wvere found to be deficiettand
all caindidaites foir the traick t - te- ighiteenesere r'eciiomtnded tohue
pecilmly liii'fre'shmetn antl ophihiiiloie'i'droppted.
soultid ireport every iiay lit lithI o- 'he Princeeton Library has receixtly-
nasiumin. As thie treslonoin irelioliilIy' recetis'ed a vatil able, acquoistioniiiiithle
indloor meec t is set for tit'xt F~rtdauy-it- sNaope of ninle mal scrt lsounuses,
ti't'nooin it is' very ill'lorht(llt atiall eight of swhich are contittnntoil army
s'ho intenld to eowplhete should ige't to ordher books of 1718-80.
work ait ot' under Manager Adiamse. 10,1000 MILES,
Beside's theit'e's-el hreadylldsbeiiuhti't. Alwsays 2, heather, the Ohio Central
tilere wsill tie seseral rcii" racts be- I Lme mlae. iktsu ltn'ali
lions is thte best, Coveringthse Big
teei htazls ut treshlmlenS ii'hi'ilby7 Four, B. & 0., C., H. & D., Ohio Cen
Manager Adoaims, amiut frooti theresutlts tral 11101 innumiserable other systemss, it
of thesehte tilte teamtsill proably is the favorite Travelers' Companion,
hue ipteikedlto riettist th e ti'silille tAm'S ANDS {IPWN\S.
mlort's in liii 'Varsity ihudoor milet. hOriters aimd meaure'ments for Coils:
Not onlty freshmanthtlliterary otudoehl.tus anGowsnts witll ho'takun inl hoosto!),
bitt first yeari tmen of e'v'ery deisart- Motin B~uildhing, fromt 4 to 6i p. in., w'ued-
isemit ite eligtble, tio ciuuuOte in tIlti 2esihoy, Feobruaruiy if:rind hFridaiy, F'e
mieet nex.stweet'k otind'reuhrgedotlo cohueiotuaisy 21. A iht'posot of $1.0IS) sill be
out tondtworks. requiredi.
Lecture in Mt Thomas' Course.
Tile secoisi lecture in the St. Tlionuac 2d Senmiester.
lectuire ciourse ,will be givei'l l St.
Thona' al tiseveritg bginig UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
at 8 o'clocek. Fathier Mhalone,' of Dcii- Opposite LAW building.
sit', Colo., ovihl lectusri'tonm"i'hle TModerni'
Infdel va.Igersolt'" TERMS $4 FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR.
Ells,TheTailor,
OF' CHICAGO%
-WILL BtE AT-
'THE COOK House
Week of March 2d,
The biggest line of Foreign Novelties in
StiltingUs and Trotiserings
ever displayed. A guaranteed saving of 25. per
cent on every. purchase.
W AIT FOR :-HIM.

4i

tt nchuss to the Ztuis-croty. 'l iel.hu-
her Hlol' call it buy swhait muotte'youo
will means to ttiehiin and Michigo-in
admutirers whatChic "tromu." idoes to
Yttle, swhatthue "Junuior" does to Cor-
isei tend so omi through -all- the list of
the larger colleges,
It ts necessatry for the social enorgy
of the Uiviersity to'fisod expres siohs
Sdurinug mid-winter or during the 'year
in some greet soeir.I function aniditliiat
function by hod'ition, by custom aid
by the logic of existing conditions
msust be the "Juntor loop."
And witht this firmly in mnd an
attempt at comspromniseomuust be niade.
A feeling of thee desirability of sesehi a
umove cwiii accusmplishiisouhinrg nsess
sonme definiite action is taken. Let it
hoard. of arbiti'ation be appootuted., Let
this boardtconsist of three, orfdve
wholly 'asterested persomis. I would
stiggest thaet time ahl~oiltnenhs tue left
to President Angell, time interesteid
parties signifying their weillingness to
abide by the decision of-sods a board.
Let this board. hear oil the evidence
and arguments to be offered by both
sides and. then let thsem formulate,a.

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