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February 25, 1896 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1896-02-25

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Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
tho College year, at
OFFsCE: Times building N. Plain st., opposite
post office.
C. D. CARY, Gr. L. W. WV. TisxvEo, '51 L.
S. E. KNAPPEN, '98. 0. IIANS, '90.
W. W. Ileoucs, '98, E. L. GEISMuEss, '00 L
tG. B.iiARISON, '00L..
. .F. THjOMAS, '9y.
L. C. WALKaER, '06.

bsy woylaying oil the baniqueters they elassed as: groaduates,. Phi; college THE 0OH1O C ON'iiAL PILEAGZ
could discover. Thsere was -alao trouble pro per, 1,199; scicistfic, 58;divinity, TlICKRT
betwveen the freshimen osnd soh omores 105; medical, 125; iow', 224; and, the If you travel one thousand miies.
duinlg the year you will sove ironcy
at Triuity College. reumainider isn the at anld m c by purchasing a thousand iile ticket.
Colege students have generally been schools. The best in the market ore those is-
quite ssue this yeart up to the presenit Another point, Hairvard°, which cued by agents of Ohio Central Lines.
ond it is a iuatter for surprise that oil is conssidered 'and looked upon They are good over all the important
thsis trouble soul~lld sprisigsip at the 15s the rich mant's collage, gives systems including the entire B. ,C 0.
system west of Pittsburg, the IUig'
saiie time. Perhaps tile senory of a iiums cost for one yo ati s Four, etc. See agents of Ohio Central
Washingtoin called up visions andl expenses which° is as low as Lines before purchasing. Price $20;
therefore iumitations of tile revoluthaoi- either of the aaiiounts phaced by the good one year.
ary was'. University of Peisnsylvauia. or Y ale. A few more copies of Vaughan's
All the above ineitioned college are. A comuparisou of tile tuition fees af- Physiological Chemistry on hand at
denominational and the students aire fords ansother surprise. '1h1"ansnual the Argus Book Bindery.
uter iroin-elad rlis. 'Perhiaps a trial tsitttou fee ini the college detstiet
of icligaa's plani of celf govermene oft'eusssylvania is $100, with a fee of S.o1L. A. CURSE,
would not comic amiss $200 a year for techsuicat courses in UNI'VERSITY HALL,
-chsemistry, civil,snechiansicail, electricail - - -- f .r --

L. A. Pratt, '96 0. M. IHeath, '000P.
S. R. Smjth,'96 L. G. E. Oherman,'99. Interesting Facts Concerning These
F. Simonos, '10. 11. it Gammon, '90 M. Institutions.
F. A. Fuacik, '93 E. It. IR. Reilly. '09. ____
R, C. Faulds. '5 PM. J. L. walsh, '08 1. [The Pesnsyivanias.l
C B. Roe, '98 5D. Susannah Riliardssn, '98. The followinag statistics couceruing
G. It. Sims, '09.b
the three grealtest unuiversities of the
The subscription price of the Daily has eaiot will be of especial interest to stu-
been reduced to $1.25 in advance for the rest
of the year. Les suhocriptions at the dents here:
Dtaily office or with P. C. Mleyer, 0. of Ph. lHarvardi, Yale and thit University of
Ness Stasd.
['ennsylvania have jtust issuieid their
PMece intler-collegiate debates are be- annual catalogues aiid they are
lug, held, this year throughout the stronig evidences of list prosperity and
country thoan ever before aiid this is progress of these three great institu-
as it should be. Athletics is slot the tions of learning. Tile catilogues
only side of college life benefited by themselves are great aworks, as nmnth
inter-colltgiate relationis, anti debating caie and. labserliavinsg been taken iiwthi
can be sti'eisgtlsencd better isn n other thieim as withi soume famusotlo literary
woy thsan by letting representatives of woiks. That of P'ensylvania constaiss
different schools of icuirning battle for -fit closely printed pages. When one
honor'. conmpares this size catalogue wills the
catalogue of fifty years ago, when alt
It is to be hoped that in accorda'nce the courses in the Unsiversity, together
with the Daily's suggestion of some willh the full list of profe-sors andi
timse ogo the Amis Arbor city aittiori- students wcre givenin i a sosall saiipli-
ties will find time to inaugurate some let, souse idea niay be gained of the
rational systeii of street nuimbci'ing. growtth of universities in Anicricia.
Under the present couttitions one mray Htarvard's catalogue contatins 656
findt any riven numiber on too parallel piog, ,es aind Yle's 420 p~iges anit there
streects live or six blocks 'iso 'i fromis not a paoge in ally omit of thoomisthaot
olisete echic. othie'r. F"or exampotle, 7V couldo be stparedl. What is offered int
Hlsroii is cppositc 40 Cotherine. these cataloguecs is a thing that sotiio
the examiner first. There are fatili-
Stichigan coninuieis to hold ier own ties for instructions in philossohy, di-
as regards she number of her aluimnii visity, lasw, ieici'is, the imodiern lats.
;in public life. This time we have a gsgs elgcooy lgncig
gov'rns'slil inprspet. . P O~l-physics and iiifaict instruo-tioni is of.
bridge, a graduate of the U. of M. fcred iin everything.
Later Delpartmlent, will in all probabil- 'flie total nutmbiler of stuodtnts in
ity cap~ture the ani-m~iachinie noiisa- these usniversities is 8,0147, of ahicti the
tioms for govermior of Missouri. One of University of Pennsylvanoioa los 2.632,
the encoura ing signs of the ttmes5 is Vile 2,415, -amid liarvosro 3,600. ''hese
the increasing nuisber of University thriee institutions conitaiin ncorly omie-
gradnoites who arc going imto the prob- twelfth. of oill college studcnts in thoc
lems of putrer politics. Uniitedl States. To look oafteir the us-
struction of these studemnts shore an'
Aim 'ltt~tnit OftooirgeolisssrBiac s 85professors and instruc-too°s. SIoor-
cermos t hae gote ver he ot i) md has 1.771 stuidenits iii its college
t'osiorlo'. alistic t-lttit~oi ~ott libermal arts, 540 stusolne s i s
Wositmgton's birthtkty. At Wabash, Fctmtteclcl 25gaitt ti
ihe frtslsmeu let looeii chapel a dog oldents, 41 in its divinity school, 46 'i
deoroatedttwith theiri'otoms andt this h a col 51i h eia
theplawosesoskl5e1diiiete miolotirby
sohbsosises ihioltio oiiio~ilbyschool, ansd thoe reminmder us thio den-
thicoovisiglbooks at it. Ctliptel wvas tal and v'eterinsary schmoos aid LBtusse
brotkesiup and550ostutiomtatto's ide
JInstitute. 'The Univrsity of Penn-~s
college for two dayi~s. Stusdent feeinmg sloso a t tslit it bie
even rannionhhightthatuthetstdistribuied
evenranso ighthattheautoriiesas follow's: College, S71; lthiosolty.
hadi the streets patrolled. At Monet 172; how, 313; medicise, 873; dentistry.
iotth, thme fresinteintel~ a banquet, 323, ansd the reinaissoer iia ssinmor le-
and the sophsomores lpaticipated in iti partmuiets. And Yale's attemndasice is

and cheinicosl entin. ring AltiYle Sa u a . eb' 9t
the anmnal tutsiios fee is '$155 in ttse
cohh'g e. lorvarhcaskos $151) a yearTIrTfi
as time regular 'tumitions fee imi the acadl-TH P E'U R E
eimic course.

V. M5. C. A. Course. f
The V. 3I. C. A. course offers an en.
terdtiusnent of rare merit fur Thurs.
lay evenimig of this aveek, iiopelmia-
tionms of "Ousr Amermicani(Cousimi
tind of "Dort-1it Coppterfiekh" by Groen-
v'ille Kleiser, the well kisowos readeor
andi imiperosoator. 'This is the lass
regular numnober ems the comrsc. It will
be held in the P'restbyterian church as i
The tolloa'\iitg are sosme of the choir.
acters that Mr. Illciser wli impolersomi-
ate: In "Outr American Cotinm" ir
Edward Trenehard1, Lord Dtundtreary,
Htarrmy Vernon, Abel Mturcott, Mrs.
Monntdhcssiugton; imn "David Cohoper-
hield," David Coppertield, Paints Steer.
forth, Daiil Peggotty, Mm'. iMitasvber,
Uriaio Seep..
Leap year par'ty at.thse Gymsnasium,
Saturday, Fetb. 29), 2 to 5 p. in. Tick-
cnts to thoe floor $1, to the gallery 21
cents. -

of Boston, assisted bmy
Admission, - 50 Cents.
(Roger & Gahiet).
Lich, heavy, lashing,
the very latest per-
fismes. Usually cold
in 11 oz. bottle for
$1.'75 per bottle.
We offer it in bulk at
$1.00 an Ounce.

,Ellis, T eTailoir,
Week of March 2d.,
The biggest line of Foreign Novelties in
Snitiugs and. Tronseriugs
ever displayed. A guaranteed saving of 25 per
cent on every purchase.-

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